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SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26, 1867.
[TOB TMK OH?RLE8TOX Di I LT til WS.]
[The following poem, an altered version of which
was published in our issue of Octolier 9th, under
tho titlo of "The Confederate Dead" was written
by Captain O'HARA, of Kentucky, on the occasion
of the transfer of the remains of tho Kentucky
officers who fell at Buena Vista, from the battle?
field, where they were originally intered, to the
State Cemetery at Frankfort. The changes made
to adapt the poem to tho purpose for which it has
been republished, will be apparent, and are par?
ticularly noticeable in tho sixth and seventh
stanzas. It is due to the truthfulncos of literature
that the history of the poem be sot right, and its
perversion pointed out.}
THE HBOtUICM FOR THE DEAD.
'.The muffled drum's sad roll has beat
Hal soldier's last tattoo 1
No more on life's parade aban meet
That brave and fallen few.
On Fame's eternal camping ground
Their silent tents are spread.
And glory guards, with solem* round.
The bivouac of the dead.
"No rumor of the foe's advance
Now swells upon the wind.
No troubled thought at midnight haunts
Of loved ones left behind ;
No vision o? the morrow's strife
The warrior's dream alarms ;
No braying born or screaming fifo
At dawn shall call to arms.
"Their shivered swords are red with rust.
Their plumed heads are bowed.
Their haughty banner trailed tn dust.
Is now their martial shroud ;
And plenteous funeral tears have washed
The red stains from each brow.
And the proud forms, by battle gashed.
Are free from anguish now.
"The neighing troop, the flashing blade,
The bugle's stirring blast.
The charge, the dreadful cannonade.
The din and about are psst
Nor war's wdd note, nor glory's peal.
Shall thrill with fierce delight
Those breasts that never more may feel
The rapture of the fight
"like the fierce Northern hurricane
That sweeps his great plateau,
Flushed with the triumph yet to gain.
Came down the serried foe
Who heard the thunder of the fray
Break o'er the field beneath.
Knew well the watchword of that day
Waa victory or death."
"Full many a mother's breath bas swept
O'er Angostura's plain.
And long the pitying sky has wep;
Above its moulder'd slain.
The raven's scream, or eagle's flight.
Or shepherd's pensive lay.
Alone now make each solemn height
That fron ned o'er that dread fray.
"Sons ot Ute dark and bloody ground I
Ye must not slumber there.
Where stranger steps and tongue resound
Along the heedless air ;
Tour own proud land's heroic soil
Should be your fitter grave ;
She claims from war its riebest spoil
The annes of the brave.
"Thus, 'neath their parent turf they rest,
Far from the gory field,
Borns to a Spartan mother's breast
On many a bloody shield.
The sunshine of their native ?ky
Smiles sadly on them here.
And kindred eyes and hearts watch by
The faeroe's sepulchre.
"Rest on, embalmed and sainted dead !
Dear as the blood ye gave ;
No impious footsteps here shall tread
The herbage of yonr grave ;
Nor shall your glory be forgot
While Fame her record keeps.
Or Honor points the hallowed spot
Where Valor proudly sleeps.
"Ton marble minstrel's volcoful stone.
In deathl oas song shall tclL
When many a vanished year hath flown,
The story bow yo feU ;
Nor wreck, nor change, nor winter's blight.
Nor time's remorseless doom.
Can dim one ray of holy light
That gilds your glorious tomb."
[Spf dal Dispatch to thc Bolt i mor; Sun.]
TBZASUBY INVESTIGATION-FROSI .TCTTVJC BEMOVAL
OT S?PEB1NTKSDENT CLABK--TE CBK OF OFFICE
L A W-FBESIDENT JOHNSON'S POLUTION-OENEBAL
WASHINGTON, October 23.-It is given out that
the Committee on Retrenchment, now examining
into the affairs of the printing burean of the
Treasury Department, will ask Secretary Mccul?
loch to suspend 8. M. Clark from the superinten?
dency of the bureau above named.
The members of the committee to inquire into
the assassination of Mr. Lincoln arrived to-day,
but did not transact any business. They expect to
proceed with the inquiry to-morrow.
Certain editors of newspapers suggest that in
proposing to treat the tenure of office law as un?
constitutional, by the removal instead of suspen?
sion of Mr. Stanton, the President is inconsistent
with his" avowed policy to roeard all the acts of
Congress as legal and valid anal decided to be the
revene by the Supreme Cour . In answer to thw,
it ls understood, Mr. Johnson makes this distinc?
tion between his responsibility and duty under the
tenure of office act, and other acte ot Con tr rena,
passed over his veto, and which he yet regards as
unconstitutional, namely : that in the matter of i
the removal of members of the Cabinet, there arc
but two persons who can take the initiative and i
do the act of acte that will make a case for the
adjudication of the Supreme Court, and these two '
persons are the Preaident and the cabinet officer 1
removed; whereas in the other laws of Congress
othar officers and citizens aro the parties directly
affected, and are required to perform, or refuse to
perform the acts that make np a caso for tho deci?
sion of the Supreme Court.
In this view of the subject, Mr. Johnson was thc
only one who could take such action as would
eventually carry the case before the court; no one
could take the initiative in the matter of the re?
moval of a cabinet minister for him. He alone
has the power of i em o val of that officer. In the
execution of other Acts of Congress, tho Executive
necessarily leaves it to thc parties aggrieved, or
whose rights are directly affected by the laws, to
test the constitutionality of the laws.
Gen. Grant has beeu ill for the past two days,
and bas therefore not visited tho War Department
or headquarters during that period. Ho is oxpect
ed to be out to-morrow.
The Raleigh Sentinel says, "Information has
been received by a friend of oure iu this city, from
a gentleman in Illinois, that there is iu his
county an ex-bumbcr of Sherman's anny, who
stole a fine horso named "Black Hawk," and a
blooded bay mare, from the neighborhood of
Raleigh, North Carolina, in 1865. The horse is re?
ported to havo died, but he still has the mare in
h? possession, and also a very fino roan mare,
which was probably stolen from the neighborhood
ot Charleston, 8. C. Any person teving lost any
such animals, by caning at this office will bo for.
niabed with sn h facta as may possibly lead to
-George Francis Train illustrates himself in
the following specimen : "As promised, I built
for their accommodation a hotel in sixty days, at
a cost of twenty thousand dollars, with black wal?
nut furniture in, and rented it to Wost Point Coz
aens for ?ve years for fifty thousand dollars. I
shall leave next week to stump Kansas for Wo?
man's Suffrage. My one million Irish girls will
tell on the Presidential vote, and if my five thou?
sand city lots bring Farnani street prices, I will
realize tiurty millions. I shall invite our thousand
European and Auerican guests on a six months'
excursion over tue Union Pacific Railroad round
TU* CUoneston Cotton .Marker.
OFFICE OF TUE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, i
CuAELLsro.v. Wednesday Evcnlnc, October 25, 1887 I
'ibe mar'.e? opened flrraer, prices advancing from l4
t?i >,o.. an.l tu soul?; instances v-- H lb., tuc atoes being
vi rv ii.;Lt aud holders asking advancing rates, tamby
:n venting buyers from operating, sales about 400 bales.
?ay 30 at 16; 8 at ICU ; -' at 1<V\? ; 5 at 17; ;IS at 17>? ; 16 at
1, _ ;50 ut 17 g ; 21 at 17j*; 87 ut 17.s4; 65at 18; 28 at 18U;
34 at :8.s : 30 on private terms.
Low Middling.17 @17y
AUGUSTA. Octobor 24.-GOLD-Brokera oro buying at
143, and selling at 145.
STLYEa-Buying at 133 and selhng at ISC.
COTTON-'ibe market has been bi isk and excited all
day with prices so irregular that wo cannot possibly giro
reliable quotations, but sales bave been quito extensive
at 16i? a wv for Now York Middlings, market closing
quiet. Sale? 1142 bales. Receipts 1052 bales.
BACON.-Shoulders KU, ; B. B. Sides 19 cents; C. It.
Sidrs lil"S; Clear Sides 20 cents; Ham-, canvassed, 25
COHN.-White, old, SI 50 a 1 00; Moss 81 20 a 130.
WHKAT.-Good W hilo wdl bring 82 75 a 3 25, Red 82 50
a 2 75.
BALTIMORE, October 2-1.-BABS.-Quorcitron scarce
and wanted. We notice a sale of 30 tous, not choice, at
80S per ton i. o. b.
COTTON.- l here was some inquiry to-da .' Irom spin?
nen? and speculators, with sales of loo bales at 17 S a 18c
tor middling and 14?4c tor ordinary.
COFFEE.-Our market continues dull, stock of Kio
principally composed of comm in. Bark Agnes is iu tho
bay with 5000 bags Kio, aud Bremen bark Laraf with
FLOUK. Market qui6t but steady. The only aile re?
ported was 41*0 bbls City Mills standard extra at 811.
GEAIN*.-Wneat-Offerings to-day were composed Of
720 bur?lela white and 390J bushels red; marke; steady;
report soles of COO bushels fair white at 82 00; 125 bush?
els do good at *2 70; no choice; 1030 bushels primo and
choice Maryland and Virginia Valley at 82 70 a 82 75;
900 bushels gr od Maryland at 82 60 a 2 65; 010 bushels
.airPeunsvlvauiaati2 50a2 55; 10.0 bushels at 82 25 a
2 ?8. Corn-1400 bushels white aud 2R00 bushels yellow
received; sales include 400 bushels mixed white at 81 38
a 1 40; 260 do good to primo 81 42 a 1 45; 2050 bushels
yellow ai *1 35; 800 do at 81 37; 350 do at 81 40. Oats
3450 buh?is received ; sales 1800 bushels good to primo
at 70 a 73 couts; 550 bushels fair do at 67 a C8 cents.
Rye-1150 bushels offered; 600bushels firm sold at 8172;
800 bushels good at 81 65 a 1 67; 200 bushels common at
81 60 a 1 60 per bushel.
HAT-I* more activo and firmer, with sales of good
and prime baies Pennsylvania Timothy at 823 a 825 ft
MOLASSES.-Nothing doin^*, chiefly for want ol
PROVISIONS.-With modorate demand for Bacon on
Southern orders and light aiocks, pi ices are steady as
before given, viz : For Shoulders 14?? cents; rib Sides
17X cents; clear rib 18 cents; uncovered Hams 19 s 20
cents; Western sugar cured canvassed 23 a 20 cents, aa
to quality, out-ide for retail lots of fancy brands.
Mess Pork-quote nominal at 824 50; retail lota held
higher. Laro is jobbing at 14 cents for City, and 14X
cents for Western.
RICE-Continues dull and nominal at 10 a lOJic for
good and primo new crop Carolina.
SOOAB-Mirkct dull; the only transaction worthy of
note was 1900 bags Cuba, ex '?scrty, taken to account
WHISKY.- We report sales of 50 bbls Rye in bond at
75c per gaiion ; nothing doing in free.
New York Market.
"."he New York Evening Post, of Wednesday, October
Soo, says :
The loan market is easy at 7 per cont, on call, but com?
mercial paper is slow of ssle, and passes at high rates.
This state of things indicates a distrust of all methods
of employing surplus balances, except such as leave the
lenders lull control of their money at short notice, and
ample security for the repayment of principal and inter?
est Another feature of the money markst is that a mul?
titude of private capitalists who used to flit their portfo?
lios with commercial bibs now preter to hold seven-thir?
ties or other Government paper, which brings them good
rates of interest without risk.
NEW YORE, Octobor 23.-FLOUR, &c-The market
for Western and State Flour is unsettled and Irregular;
inferior and ordinary brands are 20 a 60c lower, while
good substantial shipping brands are steady. Good and
choice family extras are 10 a 25c easier.
Southern flour is 25c oil, and is dull. Sales of 400 bois
at 810 10 a 13 65 for common to good baltimore sud
country extras, and 812 10 a 14 60 tor trade and nundy
GRAIN-The wheal markst r pened rather stronger, bnt
buyers held off, and prices declined 2c per bush. At the
concession a good business was done, chiefly for exports.
Oats opened stronger but closed lower and Inactive.
The Kale? are 12,000 bush Ohio and Western at 81 a bl S.
and 820 for November delivery.
Corn opened better, but ere the close, part of the im?
provement waa lost. At the concession a good homo and
a modei ate export demand prevailed.
COFFEE-Rio is in good demand, and priesa are firm.
We quote : Kio, prime, 18 a 18)ic; do, good, lt; ^ a 17c;
do. lair. 141 j a 16c; do. ordinary, 13 a 13Xc; Java, 24 a
25c; Maracaibo, 10 a 18c; Laguayra, 17 a 18c; St Do?
mingo, l?X a 16c; Rio, fair to good cargoes, 14al6c;
Rio, fair to good cargoes, in bond, 9 a Ile.
COPPER-american ingot is unsettled, and prices are
lower. We quote ut 23 a 24 lfc fur Lake and Baltimore,
new sheathing and yel.ow m eui at 31 % a 33c, and 26c.
COTTON-Tho market is dud and prices are very irregu?
lar, lower, and the tendency is downward. J air Mid?
dlings are scarce. We quote :
Upland*. Florida. MobUo. and Texas.
Ordinary.15 15 10 16
Low Middling.17)? 18 18 19
Middling.19 P'S, 20 21
Good Middling.21X 22 22 23
HAT-ls in good de nand and prices are firm at 75c. for
shipping and Si a 1 40 for retail lots.
MOLASKX*-ls dull and heavy. We quote Cuba mus?
covado, 48 a 55c. ; Cubs clayed, 46 a 48c. ; Cuba centrifu?
gal, 36 a 38c.; Porto Rico, 65 a 70c.; English island,
57 a 68.-.
. NAVAL STORES-Spirits of turpcatlno ia in fair demand
and steady. Rosina aro steadier and a good demand
prevails. Tar is salab e and flrn. We quote as follows;
Spirits Turpentine, free, per gallon, 55 a 56c. ; Spirits
-turpentine, m bond, per gallon, 47c; Crude Turpen?
tine, in bbl-., per 2S0 lbs., 84 50 a 4 CO; Rosins, oommou.
in bbls,, per 2S0 lbs., 83 65 a 4 70; Rosina, strained, in
bbls., ?? 2*0 tts., ?3 75 a 3 80; Rosins. No. 2, til bbls., ft
230 lbs., 83 87S a 4; Rosins. No. 1, in bbls.. $ 2S0 tbs,,
84 25 a 5; Rosins, pale, in bbls.. V 280 tbs., 85 26 a 6;
Rosins, extra pale, in bbls., V 280 lbs., 80 60 a 7 26;
Rosins, window glass. la bbls., 2-0 lbs., 87 60 a 8 60.
Tar, No;tli County, ta bbls., $ bbl , 8J25aS3s; Tar.
Wilmington, in bbls,, per bbl., 83 75 a 4. Pitch, city, in
bbls., $ b L, $3 75 a 4 25; Pitch, Southern, in bbls., %?
bbl, 8- 75a4 25.
KICK-ls dull. Small sales of Carolina at 9S a 10c.
SUOAR-Raw sugar? ore dull and heavy. eli ned aro
quiet We quote: inferior to common refining, ll1., a
USc; fair to good relining, X'.Jffii lair to good grocery,
12X a I2\c: prime giocery, 12%al3.??c; Porto Rico,
US a 14c; Melado, 7 a 9c; Havana, boxes No. 6 to ll,
UX a HJic: do No. 12, 12*. a 16-ac; do No. 13 to 15. 13 a
I3%c: no No. Hi tr? 2o, 14 a 15'.c; do No. 12 in bond,
gold, 5S u5-,< ; Manilla bags, ll a 12c.
FRKIOBTS- Are easier. The only cugagemotit wo learn
of ia 7,600, but wheat to Glasgow per steamer at 15d.
BOSTON, October 22.-COFFEE.-The inarkot is
quirt. Small sales of Java at 2 c. gold.
COTTON.-The market is steady. Small Bales to manu?
facturers at 19 a 20c for Middling Upland and Gulf.
DRUGS.-There have been sales of 5 casks Cream Tartar
at 2S.**c ; 350 kegs Bi Carb Soda at 7 a 7Sc : Sal Soda 3c ;
Prussia tc Potash 36c for yellow and 73 a 74c for lcd.
FRUIT.-Malaga Raisins oro in steady demand at 84 40
per box for layors. Tho stock in the market is now about
Gr SST CLOTH-There have been sales of 350 bales at
7 Xe gold, in bond.
MOLASSES-The market is steady, with a moderrto in?
quiry. Sales of ? 0 hhds Remedios at 52c ; 42 hods do at
49 a 63c; U hhds Co ninego, at 65c per gallon.
SCOAB-Tho market is steady, with a moderato de?
mand. Sales of 420 boxes. No. ll io 19, at 12 ." a 15Sc;
small lots of Cuba Muscovado at 12S a 12J4'o, 4 mos.
Refined Sugars are selling at lf?Sal6J4c for crushed,
powdered and granulated, and lt', a i'?7,c for c?fico
Consigners per Northeastern ltallroact,
228 bales Cotton. Mdse, Ac. To G W Williams k Co,
Adam?. Frost A: Co. Mowry & Co. F A Sawyer, W K Kvan,
J W Caldwell & Son. J H Raggett i: Co, 7. Davis, B A A J
F Early, J * J D Kirkpatrick, Raven ol k Co. Kendall ii
Dockery, S'.reven & Nisbet, Geo E Pritchei, and Order.
Consignees per South Carolina Kallroad,
1252 bal;.-. Cotton, 100 balee Mdze. 80 Racks Flour, 37
bales Hay, ?7 bags Rough Rice, 226 bags Corn and Peas,
3 cars Lumber, and Sundries. To Railroad Agent, Crane,
Boylaton A- Co, G W Clark & Co, Milner, Wilbur ti Mar?
tin, M israel, Nachmau & Co. J H Renneker, S J Fryer.
J Campeen A Co, Goodrich, Wineman ic Co, Geo W Wil?
hams A Co, J N Robson, H W Belcher A Co, J B E Sloan,
R Anu id. Adams, Frost k Co, Thurston A- Hohnes, C N
Avertil 4 Son, J D Aiken it Co, P Wright. J A W II Arm?
strong, Jeffords i Co, ?Maj I arker, W C Dukes k Co, E H
Rodgers A Co. W W smith, G H Walter & Co, Willis k
Chisolm, D Jennings k Co, Wardlaw A- Carew, E J Wiss
k Co, L D DcSaussure, W C Courtenay i Co, J k J D
Kirkpatrick, Johnston, Crews k Co, Gracser, Lee, Smith
k Co, W H Chafec, R T Walker, Courtnev & Treuholm. C
0 W.tte, W Marscher, B Mantoue & Co, M Goldsmith k
SOB, H Klatte & Co, Roper ? Stoney, J S Schirmcr, J A
Quackeubu?h, J A T Ootty, O Reeder, G H Hoppuck, H
L Jeffers s io, J M Caldwell k Sous, Rollman Bros, Sten?
house k Co,Wagner, Heath k Monuces. H< Imea 4 Watios,
Gr H Ingrahani k Son, Cohen, Uanckel & Co, and Order.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown, S C-F W
Ueriot, o J Butta, W U Tucker, John smith, John Cong
don. Master C Tilton, Mister Frank Payne, J S Tucker,
and 15 deck.
PHASES OK THE MOON.
?^P\St!' Si?' 4Tuj- evt'u I La*t ?. 20th. 3h. Hui. morn
Full M. 13th. 8h. tm. mom | New M. 27th,7u. 43m, morn
PORT OF C II A II L IC S TON.
A rr i ved Y e st e ?I a y.
Steamer Emilie. Davis. Georgetown, S C. 143 tes Rice,
Hay and Mdze. To Shacke?brd .V Kelly, Thurston &
Holmes, Frazer k Dill, J R Pringle, E J Dawson A Co, A
M Foster, Mrs H A Middleton, and others.
Sehr Emma, Ponton. Philadelphia-3 dayH from the
Capes. Coal aud Mdze. io the Master. Bouud to
Georgetown, S C. and put into this port in distress. On
the 23.1 and 24th i is:-, oil Cape Hatteras, experienced
severe Northerly and Northeast gsles. in which split the
fore and mai: sail, carried away thc main boom, lost boat,
and sprung a leak.
Sehr Campbell. Torrey, Boston-ll days. Ice. To thc
Master and A Gage ft Co.
Sehr Ethan Allen, Blake, Glace Bay (C B), 18 dave, via
Portland (Me). 13fh inst. Coal. To Budd k Ulako.
i hand Y<-*tcr<lay.
S-hr Maine Law, Johusou, Georgetown, S C-Risley k
Cleared for this Port.
??aipM?!T ?8do"- CoWrey. at New York, October 12.
SM-anisbip Prometheus. Harris, at New York, october
mc^vess?SE^' Ncff- .?* ???uxl *? Balli
MST OF VKSSKLS
OP, .EARED AND SAILED FOB THIS FOBT.
British bark Yutuuri, Thompson, c 1 eared.Sept 23
Br bark Queen. Stuart, sailed.August 19
British bark Tecumseh, Sponagle, sailed.Oct 1
Tho C'nattauooga, Fro-man, sailed.August 19
The Hakon Adelstotn, Backer, up.Sept 14
The Charleston, Morley, sailed.September 18
The Pawnee, Anker, sailed. Oct 6
Tho Triton, Keoger, sailed.Sept 4
Tho Competitor, Turner, up.Oct 4
Bremen bark Gauss, Wlotlng, sailed.Oct 6
Steamship George B Upton, Rich, to lesya..Oct 19
Brig Josie A Devereaux, Clark, up.. .Oct 21
Sehr ?anny K Shaw, 8haw, up.8ept 28
Sehr Ida bella. Weeks, up.Oct 12
Steamship Saragossa, CrowelL to leave.Oct 26
Steamship Prometheus, Harris, cleared.Oct 22
Ship Mary Ogden. Coldrey, cleared.October 22
Bremen bark Harburg. Wachtor, cleared.Oct 10
Brig Tangent, Rieb, cleared.Oct 14
8chr Carri* U Webb, Worthington, up.Oct 14
8chr M B BramhaU, Hussey, cleared.Oct IT
Sehr Curtis TUton, Somer, up.Oct 16
Sehr Lilly, Francis, up.Oct IT
Sehr L A E : wards, Marshall, up.Oct 21
Steamship Falcon, Reed, sailed.Oct 23 I
Charleston Wholesale Prices,
B Aaa ISO. f yard
BALE ROVE, %* lb-Manilla.
BffFAD, f. ft
BRAN, f 100 Iba.,
COTTON, f. lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.
Middling to Strict Middling.
CANDLES, f ft-Sperm.
COFFEE, f ft-Rio.
CORDAGE, ft ft-Manilla.
CORN MEAL, fi bbl.
COAL. f ton-Anthracite..
COPPER. ? ft-Sheet.
FER Ti LIZERS
Peruvian Guano, fi ton.
Pacific Guana, f? 2000 lbs.
Baugh's Phosphate, f 2000 Tba...
Rhodes' Phosphate. f 2000 lbs...
M apes'Ruper Phosphate, V> 2000 ft
Zeb's Raw Bono Phosphate.
Zeil'a Super Phosphate of L?ne.
Woolston's Phosphate of Limo..
mir-cod, v loo tts.
Herring, f box.
Mackerel, No. 1, fl half bbl.
Mackerel, No. 2, f half bbl.
Mackerel, No. 3, fi bbL.
Mackerel, No. 1, by kita.
Sardines, fi 100-quarter boxes.
FLOUR, f bbl-Super.
Northern and Western Extra....
F?tf/rs^Prunee, f. ft.
Almonds, soft shell.
Raisins, M. R., fi box.
Lemons, f> box.
a LASS, f box of 60 feet
CRAIN-Maryland Oats, f bushel.....
Western Oats, f bushel.
Corn, f bushel.
Beans, f bushel..
HA Y, fl cwt-North Rivor.
HIDES--Dry, fi ft.
INDIGO-f. ft. .
I RON- Refined, fi ft.
LATHS, fi M.
LIME- Shell, f bbl.
CUMBER, f M. feet
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.
White Pine, good run.
Boards, f M. foot-Rough.
Grooved and Tongued....
LEATHER, country tanned, fi ft.
MOLASSES, fi gallon-Cuba.
NAVAL STORES, f bbl-Tar.
Rosin. No. 1.
Rosin, No. J.
Roam. No. 3.
Soil it* Turpentine, r* gallon....
Oaauiu. a* ft.
NAILS- American, 4fa20d, f keg.
Copper, f ft.
Ol IS- Lard, f> gallon.
Linseed, f gallon.
Sperm, Winter, f gallon.
Cotton Seed, fi gallon.
Castor (E. I.), f gaUon.
PROVISlONS-boet, mess, fi bbl....
Bacon, Hams, f ft.
Lard, in keg.
Potatoes, f bbl.
PAINTS-White Lead, f ft.
PLOW STEEL, f ft
?/t'?-Carolins, f. ft.
S I. A TL'S- Amcncan. fi square.,
SHINOI.ES, m M.
White Pino, first quality.,
SALT- Liverpool, coarse, f sack.
SOAP- Bar, fi ft.
STARCH, f ft.
SPICES, f ft-Cassia.
SPIRITS, fi gallon-Alcohol.
Brandy, Du ni os tlc.
Rum, N. E.
SUOAR, f. ft-Raw.
Musco var1' .
SEOARS-Domestic manufacture, f M.
TEAS, %i ft-Imperlal.|
TOBACCO, f ft, aa per quality.
TIMBER-Hewn Timber-Yellow Pino
TIN-I C Roofing Plate.
I X Roofing Plate.
I C Tin Plate-, 10x14.
I X Tin Plato 10x14.
I C Tin Plate. 14x20.
Block Tin. fi ft.
T WINE-Cotton, f. ft.,
F^fiA75//-Bright, fi gallon.
Para ti ne.
VI NEO AR-White Wine, f gallon.
WINE, f gallon-Port.
Claret, f case.
Champagne, f basket.
Z/A'C-Sheet, f ft.
5.60 fa 6.00
6.00 fa 6.60
T.00 fa 8.00
90 fa -
- fa -
1.69 fa 1.T0
2.00 @ 8.00
1.16 fa 1.20
1.60 fa -
2.00 fa 2.25
2.76 fa 3.60
4.00 fa 4.60
2.76 fa 2.86
61 ?? 62
10 60 ~
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SUFFER NO MOKE!
When by the uso of DR. JOINVILLE'S ELIXIR you
con be cured permanently, and at a trifling cost
Thc 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 tiny of the consequences of you thru,
indiscretion, renders it the most valuable preparation
lt will remove all nervous affections, depression, ex
riiemeut incapacity to study or business, loss of memo?
ry, contusion, thoughts of self destruction, fears of in?
sanity, fte. It wdl restore tho appetite, renew the health
of those who have destroyed,lt by sensual excess or evil
Young Men, be humbugged uo more by "Quack Doc?
tors" and ignuraut piactitioners, but Bend without delay
lor tho Elixir, and bo at once restored lo health and hap?
piness. A perfect ( uro i- Guaranteed in every Instance.
Price $1, or four bottles to ono address *3.
One bottle is sufficient to el ect a cure In all ordinary
ALSO. DR. JOINVILLE'S SPECIFIC FILLS, for the
?peedy and permanent c:iro ol Gonorrhoea, Gleet Ure?
thral Discharges, Gravel, Stricture, and all affections ol
the Kidney - ami Bladder. Curei edee ted in from one to
Ave days. They are prepared from vegetable extracts
tint are harmless on tho system, and never nauseate the
stomach or Impregnate tho breath. No change of diet
is necessary while using them, nor does their action ip
any manner interfere with busiuess pursuits. Prlie $1
Either of the above-mentfoned articles will be rent to
any address, closely sealed, and poet-paid, by mail or
express on receipt ol pri?e. Address all orders to
BERGER. SHUTTS A CO., Chemists,
March 30 ly No. 285 Rivor stree:. Troy, N. Y.
.'S PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBEbBY C. H., Al
X $3 per annum, and, havlu" .\ hugo circulatl?ii
?brough all the upper and lower Districts of the Slate,
affords great advantages to advertisers.
Rates for advertising very reasonable-'or which applt
lo our Agent, Mr T. P. SLIDER, at the Mills Houae.
.rflOS. t ft U. 1J. GRKNEECR.
November Editor* and Proprietors.
WE HAVE NOW ADDED TO OUR NEWS?
PAPER ESTABLISHMENT a moat extensive and
Supplied with a great variety of PLAIN AND
FANCY TYPE, of the latest and moat approved
styles ; and wo have every facility for executing
all kinds of JOB WORE in
Bill and Letter Heads
&c\, &c &o.
THOSE OF OUR FRIENDS DE?
SIRING JOB WORK, will please
leave their orders with ns. We
will guarantee as good work, and
nt as CHEAP RATES, as can be
had in Charleston.
MCMILLAN & MORTON.
OLD ESTABLISHED DRUG STORK
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
(LATE PHIN <Si DU IC.M
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
Third door above Market
HAVE LATELY RECEIVED LARGE ADDITIONS IO
their usual stock of pure and front)
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN FANCY GOODS
EXTRACTS, 4 c
Comprising Invoice? from tho most reputable manu?
facturera. On hand, all tho prineipal
Including Preparations of AVER, JAYNE, HALL, CHEV?
ALIER, DAVIS, WRI?HT, HOLLOWAY, ?fcc. tko, i
largo assortment ol
METAL AND GUTTA PERCHA GOODS
GLASSWARE OP EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Great attention la paid to thc Importation and elec?
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS,
and none other are allowed to go oui of the Establish?
with ac. :acy, and the public can
depend ou in utmost reliability iii
the execution o. rders.
E. H. KELLERS, M.D. Il MER, IO
?~|_> BAUT Y.- Auburn, At%m+m.
JD ti olden, Flaxen, and tW^&k*
Silken CURLS produced by ? n
the use of Professor DE- B?,
BREUX'S FRISER LE W?\ M
CHEVEUX. Ono appliea- MgyF
tion warranted to curl the ?JflMfe^W
moat straight and stubborn ^^^J^"*
ba1 "of either sex into wavy ringleta, or heavy massive
CL. Has been used hy tho fashionables ol Parla and
Loudon, with thu moat gratilymg results. Does no In?
jury to the hair. Price by mail, sealed and postpaid, N.
Descriptive circulars mailed tree. Address BERGER,
SHUTT8 k CO., Chemists. No. '-'85 River street, Troy, N.
Y., Sole Agents tor the Hulled states.
Marrb an Iv
DEVOTED TO LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART,
AGRICULTURE, and MISCELLANEOUS NEWS
Cheraw. S. C. Published weekly, by POWELL A
Trau? or HUU-SCKIPTION :
One copy one year.ta Oe
UATsa or anvKBTiMmo :
One Square, ten lines or lesB. one iuHertion.$1 0(1
l'or each auhaequent insertion. ?5
All Advertisements to he distinctly marked, or the)
W?1 he published undi ordered out, and charged accord
Merchant* and others advertisine hy the year. .> lito?
ral deduction on the above rates will be made,
AV OKDIN AM K
TO PBOVTDE TOB TUE LIQUIDATION OF TnE ISTEBEST
ON TUB DEBT Ot THE CITY, WHICH ACrHUKD OX THE
TUIRTIF.TU DAY OF BEPTLMBEll LAST.
BE IT ORDAINED BY I HE MAYOR AND ALDER?
MEN ic Hty Council assembled. That for tho pur?
pose of liquidating Uic interest on tho pubhc debt ol thc
?ty, which accrued ou the thlrieth day ol September
last, six per cent, stock, obligatory on the corpjrabon of
Ibo City of Charleston, shall bo issued nnder the direc?
tion of tho Mayor, to tho persons holding stocks or six
per cent, bonds ol tho city, and cnt.tled to receive tho
interest accrued thereon at the time above stated, tho
.aid stock to boar interest utter tho rate of six per cent,
per annum, payable quarterly, redeemable in thirty
rears from date: Provided, That no part of said stock
mall bo issued for any sum loss than twenty dollars, or
for any fractional part of a dollar: Provided, also, that
ill sums for loss than twenty dollars, and f jr fractional
parts of a dollar, shall bo paid in city bills.
SEC. 2. That the fenn of certificate, and mode of
transfer of said stock shall bo subject to tho samo regu?
lations as now exist in 1 elation to other city six per cent,
stocks of tho city.
Ratified hi City Council this twenty-second day of Octo?
ber, bi the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-seven.
[L. S.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayer.
W. H. SMTrn, Clerk of Conned. October 25
TO REGULATE THE DBEDQINO OF DOCKS.
Whereas, Tho best Interests of the city, as well as the
convenience of the shipping visiting the port, demand
that the channel of Cooper River be kept open with suffi
dent depth of water for all commercial purposes, and
free from obstruction :
Be it ordained, i hit in fu aire all mud removed Irom
any of the city dock?, by dredge machines, or otherwise,
shall be removed one hundred and Atty fathoms from
ibo end of tho dock.
The Harbor Master shall bo inrniahed with a copy of
bin Ordinance, which he is required strictly to enforce;
.md to report (or prosecution all violations nf tho samo ;
which ?bail subject thc party so offending lo a Quo not
exceeding ono hundred dol?ais for each snd every
Rabfled in City Coune.il thia eight day of October, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
[L.S.] P. C. OA ILL A RD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council. October 18
NOTICE TO 1)KI,IMUK\T TAX -PAYEKS,
CITY TREASURY OF*ICE,)
October 8, 1807. J
TAX EXECUTIONS WILL LSSUE FROM THIS OF?
FICE on 22d inst., on all unpaid returns for 18(17,
due on '?flth June last 8. THOMAS,
October 9_City Treasurer,
Mil li i; TU Al CTIOM'.KKN.
CITY TREASURY Or FICE, I
OcTOBFJt a, 1867. I
ALL AUCTION LICENSES EXPIRED BY ORDI?
NANCE on 30th September. Renewals will te
granted on application at this oflice, if made during This
Month. 8. THOMAS, City Treasorer.
is TI;M AT KS WANTED.
OFFICE CITY CIVIL ENGINEER, ?
Cinr HALL, CHABLESTON, September IL 1867. J
CJEALED PROPOSALS WILL BK RECEIVED UNTIL
O the Llth at ia o'clock M., for BUILDING SEVERAL
TRUNKS of tho lengths and sizes given below. Tho es?
timates will include the cost of excavating about 200
cubic yards of earth, the necessary niling, reforming ol
pavements, and grading alter thc laying of trunks.
Length of Trunk tn Linc sneet.27U
Length ot 'trunk in and from lots in Coming street
to tho tidal drain. 300
Length vi Trunk from lots on Gadsden street to thc
main drain in Wentworth street. 120
Length of trunk from McIntosh's Court to Rad
elide stroet drain.'.. 187
Ti un UH to oe twelve by twenty inches in the cloar,
built of two by twelve Inches prime yellow pine plunks,
to rest upon sleepers ot three by nine inches, three feet
long, placed five feet irom centres. Braces to be two by
six Inchon, dovetailed into tho aides of Trunks, at dis?
tances ot five feet from centres. The Trunks to be laid
to grade jiegs tu ruin h ed by tho Engineer.
All the work must ho carried ou with tho greatest
Flans can bo seen at this office.
A copy of these specifications m nat be attached to each
ohor. LOUIS J. BAKBOT,
September ia City Engiueer.
I?l ll Llf A OTU IC.
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, I
January 3, 1S07. j
PUBLIC NOTICE 13 HEREBY OIYEN THAT UNDHI?
the following Ordinance licenses have been preparto
ror deliver)- from this Office. S. THOMAS,
SEC. 1. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen i .
City Council assembled. That from and after the first dav
or january, licenses snail be taken out for all carls, dru),
and wagons, used for private and domestic purposes, IU
thc samo manner, and according to the same provision*
now of torco in relation to carts, drays and wagons, letoi
driven tor hire, except giving bonds, And each such
curt, dray or wagon, shall bo provided with a bodgo ecu
talulng tho number thereof, and marked Private, to u
placed on the outside of tho shaft
SEC. 2. No persou shall bo taken by the Treasurer ea
surely to any bond under tho Ordinance concerning I
couses for carts, drays, wagons and other carriage?, un?
less he or she be a freeholder.
Ssc. 3. The following shall hereafter tie thu rates loi
licenses for public and private carts, drays, wagons, ki\
including the horse? or mules used thereof, which sm<!
be I ree I rom oilier taxation:
PUBLIC OAK I'S, MIA VH, ETC., OB THOSE KM 1-LOVED IN AM
BUSINESS W1IAXEVE1', FOU HIKE DIRECT OU INDIHEOr.
For every curt, dray or wagon, drawn by ono horse Ol
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horses o:
Fur everj- hack and carriage with two wheels, ?20.
For every hack and carriage with four wheels, ?40.
For ever)' stage or omnibus (except line omnibus
with two horses, *!W.
Fur every etage or omnlL.j (except Uno omni bo.-,
drawn by lour horses, id).
For every truck drawn oy two or moro horses or muirs,
For every express wagon drawn by two or more horse
or mules, KIO.
li HEAD CAJI TH AND PRIVATE OAllTS, DIlAVH, ETC.
For every brea? cart or wagon, $6.
For every cart, dray or wagou, used for private or dru
mestic purposes, and not to bo employed in the trans
portiug ol goods, wann, merchandise, lumber, or any
oilier commodity, for compensation, either directly or
Indirectly lor tho aaiuo, shall pay for a license the sum ot
fD, exclusive ol thc horse or mulo.
Ratified in city Council, lins lilth day ol Januar}
H.. H. I Iii tho year of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-six.
P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor
By the Mayor.
January tl VV. H. SM ITU. Clerk ot Council.
AN OIIDT.V AM'K
IO UBOOLATK THE 8TOUAOK OF l'K nu ILEUM, ITS PRO?
DUCTS, AND o Til til INFLAMMABLE IIILH.
SEC. I. lie it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen, in
City Council assembled, That from and aller thc lath day
nf June next, it shall not bo lawiul to keep Petroleum,
Ker. ..-eiie, hock Oil, Benzine, Benzole, or auy other tu
llanuuable oil or otis on storago or for sale iu any cellar,
?tore or building south of Line street, iu a large.* qtuuv
lily than fifty gallons on any ono lot or promises, and
nuy such quantity HO kept or stored shall lie contained iii
v?-*ci8 of un or other metal.
SEO. i. That Potroleuiu, its products, or any other In?
flam tnablo oil or oils, when brought into tho city by Inn.I
or waler, may be kept on any lot or in any oiuiding in
which colton is not stored, for a period not eiceediu.j
twenty-lour hours, upon the expiration ol which time it
shod he removed and kepi In the manner as required by
tho foregoing section.
SEC. 3. Any inn-sou or persons violating any part ol
thia Ordinance ?had bo subject to u line ot two huudrcd
dollars, for each offence, recoverable in any Court of com
Uatified in City council this twenty-first day of May, IL
the year ol our Lord ouu thousand eight hundred and
|L.S.] P. C. MAILLARD, Mayor.
W. IL SMITH. Clerk ol Council. fane tl
evaviv M ?TU K.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, I
May 1807. )
i he following Section of" An Ordinance lo abolish Hie
ofllco of Spcrinteudent of Streets ; to provide for Koep
lug tho Streets' I-mes, Alleys, and open Court* in the
City of cha ri ess ion Clean, and fur oilier purposes," is
hereby published for tho information of all concerned :
For the due protection of Um said contractor or con?
tractors, it is further ordained, lhot every' owner, lessee,
m cupanl and tenant of auy premises Hooting lu any
itieet, lani-, alley, or open court, shall gu every day
[Sundays excepted) have the dirt, tilth, garbage, or other
offal, placed lu (rout of IIIH or her lot, in a barrel, box or
heap, and in IT Sd mr Its for thu contractor, by the hour ot
s. i eu o'clock, A. M., ir..m the Dist day ot May to the
Urnt day of November lu every year ; and by the hour ol
uiue o'clitck, A. M., frcni Ute first day of November to
Hie first ihiy of May following. And any person offend?
ing herein, or placing auy dirt, tilth, garbage, or other
oUal, in any street, lane, or alley, or open court, alter the
hours above named, shall be subject to a fine not less
than two nor more than fivo dollars, for each aud every
silence, to be imposed by the Mayor.
By order W. H. SMITH,
May 1"> Clerk of Council.
Kilt I LUAN.
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, J
CITY HALL, November 9,18'i<?. J
ALL PERSON*DESIROUS <?F REBUILDING IN Td 1
Uurul Districts and Waite Places of thu City, un
Jtr "An Act ot the Meuora! Assembly, giviog autboril)
lo tho city Council of charleston lo proceed in tho ma.
1er ol a Fire Loau, with a view to aid iu building up Un
lity anew," aro hereby noli.'ed that the form of ap| li?
bation tor loans eau be obtained al thc ellice of the CU il,
uf Council, between tile hours ol 'J A. M. and ii P. M.
All applications must bel/' 'd lu the above mention. (?
anice, as the Committee wiU meet every Monday to cort
iider the same.
By order of Ute Major W. il. SMITH,
Novunbrrlll Clerk ot Council.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Section 1 of an "Ordiuauce lo Raise Sup
[dies lor the year 1807," is published Tor the information
it persona selling Moods by -ample or otherwise, who are
not rraideutsot this city. All auch persons are hereby
oolitic .1 to reportai this ellice.
"Three dollars ou every hundred dollar? of nil goods
?old lu this city t 'vous not residents, by sample ol
Dtherwise." W. H. SMITH,
March 8 Clerk ol OonuelPj
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE, I
UnAnLEHToN, S. C., Mav 4, Ido?. J
TUE REGULAR INSPECTION OF TUE LOTS ANL
iuclosurcH, vaults, Ac, will commence on Monda;,
next, Gt inst, Uwio rs and occupants aro hereby requite*'
lo sec that their premises are in good condition and thal
di filth and garbage is removed as required by Ordi?
nance. Other inspections will lolluw.
tiv order of Mayor MAILLABD.
C. II. SIM WALD.
" Prevention is Better than Cure. "
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
i PI'ROTF-D AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY
Ihe t* tench Medical Faculty, us the only sato und
infallible tn I Idole agaiust injection from special uisease*.
I'bis invaluable | ic-?ration is Hinted for either sex, mid
tins proved, from ample experience, I he most efficient
?nd reliable Preventive ever discovered, than effecting a
lesuleratuni long sought for in the Medical World, lt
used according lo direction? every possibility of danger
may be avoided ; a single application will radically nen
trah/.e the venereal vims, expel all Impurities from the
lliHorbeut vessels, aud n uder contunihiatiou impossible.
Se wiso III time, and at a very Hinall outlay, save hours ol
untold buddy and mental torments.
This most reliable specific, HO universally adopted In
thc Old World, is now offered for salo for the first time In
America by F. A. DUPORT fi CO., only authorized
Agents for the (Tiled Stales.
Price *:i per bottle. I .argo bottle, double size, $5.
The usual uiseouut to tho trude. Sent, securely
[lucked, on receipt ot price, to auy address, with dirac
lions and pamphlet, by addressing to
F. A. DUPORT k CO.,
Sole Agents for Dr. Ricord's P. I,.,
May'?-J lyr No. 12 Mold Street, New York.
THE CA KULIN A TIMES,
IMItLISflUD AT OR A.VU Hill'HU C. II.
rpiIIS PAPER CIRCULATES THROUGHOUT TUr
X middle portion ot the State, and offers thc best I
fee iii lies for advertisers. February' 2* J
TO THE PLANT J J US A IND FARM?
ERS OF THE SOUTH.
11HE UNDERSIGNED WILE BE PREFABED BY THE
1st of December, to supply orders for the WANDO
This Fertilize-r is modo in this city under Ute personal
supervision of Dr. St JuUen Ravenel. ChemlBt; and we
Oller it to the Planters and Fanners aa one of the best
(hoy car use for increasing the yield of the Cotton and
I TO vision Crops.
W. C. DUKES & CO.,
NO. 1 SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
HMD POWER COTTON PRESS.
For Convenience, Economy and
Cheapness, the greatest Labor
Saviii.tr Machine that can bc
pnt on a Plantation.
OPINIONS OF THE PEOPLEt
ALLENDALE, BARNWELL DlSTBICT, S. C., 1
March 1, 1867. J
Mews. Little di Marshall:
GEMTLKMKK : I used, during thc past season, one of
"Ingersoll's Portabio Cotton Presses," purchased of you
lost september. I have always been prejudiced in favor
of the -Screw Press," and nothing but dire necessity in?
duced me to try any other. I take pleasure, however, m
adding my testimony in favor of its entire adaptation to
the wants ot a cotton plantation. It has surpassed my
most sanguino expectation!. I have packed with bm
two hands, yet I prefer .four-two at each lover. My
bales ab weighed over 600 tbs. The first lot I sent to
market averaged 661 ivs. My impression ls that 600 lbs.
ls about the capacity of the Preta, and a greater number
of pounds subject tho foilow-block to too much risk, un?
less tho sides of the cotton box was increased. It would
add greatly to the value of tho Press if the cotton box
was ten inches longer. In haste, I am, very respcctftUly,
Your obedient servant, 4c, B. W. LAWTON.
P. S. I took my ITess down and carried lt some four
miles to pack tho crop of s neighbor, who failed to have
a "Scrow" built; ho was so much pleased that he has
determined to abandon the "Screw" and purchase "In.
gersoU's Press." B. W. L.
Omens OP KINO'S MOUNTAIN RAILROAD COMT-^NT, 1
YoKxvixxz, s. a, April IS, 1867. |
GENTLEMEN : I have just received your letter ol Feb?
ruary 14th-upon my return to this place, after an ab?
sence of two months-and this reply may be too late for
your "Descriptive Circular of Ingersoll's Cotton Press."
Thc Press I used in packing my cotton last year
worked admirably, packing, with ease from 600 to 626
lbs. With good active banda to work it, I am satisfied
that from eighteen io twenty bales might readily be
packed in a day.
This Press combines the advantages of lightness, and
consequent portability and simplicity (being easily man?
aged bj any one of ordinary intelligence). Great com?
pressing force, with little motive power, and "last but
not least," lt ls worked entirely by hand, thus saving for
the farm horses the hard labor imposed upon them by
the use of the ordinary "Scrow."
Respectfully, Ac., yours, E. M. LAW.
To LITTLE & MABSHALL. Charleston, S. C.
For DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULAR and PRICE LIST
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
Agents for the Ingersoll Cotton
No. HO MEETING 8TREET,
Opposite Pavilion Hotel,
June 17 mwf Charleston, S. C.
F OU TZ 'S
This preparation, long
and favorably known,
wUl thoroughly reinvigo?
rate broken down sad
low-spirited horses, by
streng <hening and
cleansing thc stomach
It ls a euro preventive
of aU diseases Incident
to this animal, such as
- ?-.*.?" -LUNG FEVER. GLAND?
ERS, YELLOW WATER, HEAVES, COUGHS, DIS?
FOUNDER, LOSS OF
APPETITE AND VI?
TAL ENERGY, ic.
ITS USE IMPROVES
THE WIND, IN?
CREASES THE AP?
SMOOTH ami GLOS?
SY SKIN-and trans?
forms tho MISERA?
INTO A FINE LOOK?
ING AND SPIRITED HORSE.
TO KEEPEBS OF COWS THIS PREPARATION IS
INVALUABLE It in?
creases the quantity
and improves thc quali?
ty of the MIL E. It
has been proven by ac?
tual experiment to in?
crease tho onanUty ot
MILK aud CREAM
twenty per cent, and
make the BUTTER
firm and sweet. In fat?
tening cattle, it gives
them an appetite, soft?
ens their hide, sud make* them thrive much faster.
IN ALL DISEASES OF SWINE, SDCH AS COUGHS
DLLCEBS IN THE
LUNGS, LIVER, Ac,
this article acts as a
specific. By putting
from one-half a paper
to a paper lu a barrel
of swill the above dis?
eases will bo eradica?
ted or entirely pre?
vented. If given in
time, a certain preventive and cure for the Hog Cholera.
S. A. F0UTZ & BRO.,
No. 110 FRANKLIN STREET
FOR SALE BY
DOWIE & MOISE,
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE,
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
March 83_ stuthilmo
F?FFOR ALL !
171ULL INSTRUCTIONS BY WHICH AN V PERSON,
; malo or female, eau master the great art ot Ven?
triloquism by a lew hours' practice, making a world ot
fun, aud alter becoming experts themselves, eau tench
others, thereby making it a source of Income. Full m
?traction* sent by mail for 5i) cents. Satisfaction guar?
Address T. 0. Drawer 21, Trov, N. Y.
Mav 1.1 lyr
DIE CHARLESTON ER ZEITUNG.
JOHN A. AV A li tc MC K. Keillor
U> DER THE ABOVE HEAD THE UNDERSIGNED
pr< pose to publish a German Weekly Paper, to be
the organ of the Berman populu?on, and devoted to the
Interests of this State, iu encouraging Immigration and
Literature, Agriculture, Com meroe, Arts and Trade,
will be represented in its columns, and the news of thc
day will be given.
Genera] JOHN A. WA G EN KR has kindly consented to
undertake the editorial management for the preneut
Subscription-$3 for Twelve Months; St.50 for Six
Months; $1 lor Three Mouths.
Advertisements inserted on Ulwn-al terms.
C. G. ERCKMANN k CO..
September 25 No. 3 ?road street, charleston, S. C.
THE EAST FLORIDA 1?NNER,
Ot ALA. MAH ION COUNTY, FLORI DA .J
T. F. SMITH, Editor aud Proprietor,
s. v. DBBRUHL, Assistant Editor.
THE BANNER HAS A LARGE CIRCU? AITON
throughout the most populous and wealthy portions
BuslnoHs meu, desirous of introducing their business
through that HOCUOU, would do web tu advertise iu it?
SUUSCEIPTION, $3 A YEAH.
SPABNICK & Co., Agents, at Courier Office, Charleston
South Caro ma.
Thc Bennettsville "JonriiaT
IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING AT
Beuiiettsvillo, s. C., in the eastern iK>rtion of the
State, by STU HUS & LITTLE, Proprietors, and offer
superior inducements to Merchautu and all others who
wish to e.;teud their business in this section of the Pee
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that they will do art that ls claimed for them, and
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T. H. WATTS, Ex-Governor of AU? bama.
J. W. A. SANDFORD, Att'y Geni of Alabama.
ROBT. DOUGHERTY, Judge Supreme Court Ala. :
From THOMAS J. JUDOE, Judge Supreme Court.
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Low? Dss Comm, Alabama.
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MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
truTE PHILADELPHIA UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE
X AND SURGERY waa organised in 19?8. Chartered
by the legislature, February 20,1863. Name changed
by a legislative enactment to the Eclectic ken irai Col?
lege, of Philadelphia, in 1800. In 1883 lt purcjcoe ed the
Pennsylvania Medical College, established in 1542, and
the Phibtdeljihls Medical College, which had previously
been merged m to the Pennsylvania Medical < 'olle ge. lu
1864 it purchased the Penn Medical University. The
Trustees of tho separate schools united, petitioned and
obtained a special Act of me Legislature, consolidating
these Institutions and elia, ging their names to that of the
Philadelphia University of Medicine and Surgery,
March 16,1806. All these various Acts are publi bed in
the Rta tu toa of Pennsylvania. The cost of the 1 adding
and museum was over one hundred thousand dollars, lt
wUI be observed that the University, ss new organized, is
the legal representative of the four Medical Colleges that
it has absorbed. It is a liberal school of medicine, con?
fined to no dogma, nor attached to any medical cliques,
but embraces in its tching everything of value to the
Sessions.- It has two full sessions each year, commenc?
ing on the 1st of October, and eon tinning until the 1st of
January, as its first session, and from tho 1st oi 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 aad 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
$00 for each session. For the summer or preparatory
course $26. Graudating tee $30. To aid young men of
moderate means, tho University has issued five hundred
scholarships, which are sold to first-course students for
$75. and to secoud-course students and clergymen for
$60, each constituting the holder a Ufe member, with the
perpetual privileges of the lectures, and all the teachings
ol the school. Tho only additional fees are a yearly dis?
secting wsd matriculating ticket, each of which ht $6.
77ir Advantages of Scholarships.-The student holding a
scholarship can enter the CoUego at any tune during th?
year, attend as long ss ho chooses, and re-enter the insti?
tution au fiequently as de-lred.
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 j. art of the time.
The candidate for graduation can present himself at
auy time, und receive bis degree as soon as qualified.
In ease a ?tu .eut should hold a scholarship and not be
able to attend lectures, it can bc transferred to another,
thus preventing any loss.
Parents, guardians or friends of students wishing to
piuvha.se scholarship tor them a year or more bet?re
their attendance at thc University, can secure them by
advancing one-half the price and paying the balan?a
when tho student enters. Physicians and benevolent
mon eau bestow great benefit upon poor young men by
presenting them a scholarship, and thus enabling them
to obtain an honorable profession.
The Faculty embraces seventeen -minent physicians
sud surgeons. Tim University baa associated with it a
large hospital clime, whete every form of medical and
surgical disease is operated on and treated in the pres?
ence ol the class.
Co LI. KI IE BuiLniNU.-Tho College building, localed lu
Ninth street, south of Walnut, is thc finest in the eily.
Its front is collegiate gothic, and is adorned with em
battlements and embrasures, presenting a novel, bold,
and beautiful appearance. 'Hie facade is of brown stoue,
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eighty ted, and crowned with an embattled parapet.
'Tho building contains between nit y and sixty rooms, aU
supplied with water, gas, and every other convenience '
that modern improvement can contribute to facilitate
medical instruction. Only five hundred scholarships
will be issued, und as two hundred and fifty are now
sold, those wno 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 mall, signed by the
President of the Board of Trustees, JOSEPH S. FISHER,
Esq., and the Dean or the Faculty, W. PAINE, M. D.
All orders for.scbolarabips or other business of the Uni?
versity, should be addressed to Professor W. PAINE, M.
D., Philadelphia, Pa.
PAYNE'S PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.
A NEW WORK JUST I8aUED BY W. PAINE, M. D"
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school Remedies; au Epitome of Eberlie's Practice oi
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