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SATJRDA? MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1SC7.
sruau 1er? t Li*, es.
2? 3AYAT.D TATLOH.
Th") ??h r.uai walja ia tbs '?urc.es;
Tho sa 1er su.;* ovar tao s.as;
Tba -ola.c . -taos t> ?rely to bat.lo;
Ibo wjoimta lays axo to tao trooa.
Th-y a.ii each of thc braoJ of tl.-? hsrojB.
aha mubo d atu epara l to sirf^;
St.ca; hil l-, t ;at go neatly to labo.-,
Traa h;a:u taut .A?O c.ia.or i ia aac
Lc oiah is the sc td to rep'onuti
Tao ?vo -.a intb t io vi JJ.- it nails
Tho cs Uro o? ho ac... .iff.au aus.
Tao impaUo to generous Uj.da.
Eat fl? shirk drink' fio 9?031 of tao ?stcr i
Tao s .i o:is Lop ni ia ax: aaa;
Tac soldi: . lio: co.d by - a cannon ;
Tho wjcUauu ia crash:! c-y Lis troc.
El h p od sll u;o is wasted
lo i&i .y .?a?.evania 3 nation,
Ba ;o a; aa is th:-i-yo o tho coward
A?a s-.aj he aa thc crafty aad meara
Th b'.oiJ ot fas nob'.c i= lavis-.c l
X :a: :hs ?ci?s.i i praat uiav Had;
Gal -?Ca? tia livoi : nt aro s ,u;a icrad,
Aaa rrj io His wirda a ara blind.
PROCKV.DI.VUS OP CUUXCUU
Cors:::, CBA-USEX D-.^mbor 3,1337.
Present-Tha ."laver: and Alderman Raveuol,
WrasXi Gordw, 8 nail, O'Neil!, Sceinmoyoi, Olney,
Otites, Marsh ?. E ?a aa, Wnilden, Ccagrovo, mt
1er aad Coartaeaay-13.
ia; :ii.ratas of tho last meeting wera roadr.no
oondrmc 1, aa.1 tao following matten disposed of:
mo failo vin^ comurtnicatio s from the Com?
mis io.urs of che Oro^aa H/asa were rocoived as
ln.orina.ioa aad ordered io lao publi ihod:
CBABXESTOS, D. combo.- 2 1 337.
TJ (he Honorable the M<iyor and Atiermen cf
Qarsussss : In obs lience to the 'natr actions of
tho ?jard ot Coratniasiouera of tao Chii-ieston
0<phan HJUSO. I transmit herewith certain reao
lnt.oaa u..aaimously adoptod by that body nn tao
23:h ultimo, nr.d tho aauu tl ronorts of the Scrool
Co nmitteo for 1333 and '67.
Tueso reports sro so elab.:raco. and 'ho fact3 em?
braced ia them so conolusive as to the value and
economical adaiiniitration of tho School, tha* any
Etta ap. ai a -i >1 intion oa my part wou'J bo a
work O' supararouatoa.
I will merely a ;d tuen, "an'iomon. that au abato
moat in the efficiency ol tn t depart.cent (.vnich
riast to t..o effect cf a roduotiou m the appropria- j
tioa heretofore made for its support) would be
big dy prejud.ciai to tho Institution.
Weal.ca tue lcduoace in this branch of training
the Oh?dren, and the evil wouid oe quickly mani?
fested thronit&out the House.
Ic ii in tuc School tba: proper disciplino ?3 first
enroraed-jud oiousiy and effectively maintained.
Tune, mainly, aro the caild ea prapared for use
ininess in life, and t.icre do they imuibe those
divina tuttis d: igned to ht them 1er eternity.
Its teac inge permeate through every depar meut
whtfio taese littio enci arc s:en, and accompanies
them to the sanctuary of God.
Pi teo.i yours cf el.so oo crvation and intimato
exp?rtenos servo to establish tho c mviction ia my I
midd that the Schoo', as it has boen conducted
?uri ig me gita er p.r.ion of tuat period, is t.:c
badi of nil tue gratirviug lesults whic.i piacos tho
institution second to no ?e of a similar character,
and hence my a^ptvmcu-i >ns as to he adoption of
a measure tcuc?A g to enfeebb us operations.
Very ros ectfaily,
lour obedient servant,
WM. C. BEE.
Caarlc3tou O.phan House.
Btsoloed, That it is tho opinion of thc Board
tb .t tho Sohcel of this Ia titution is now conduct?
ed uto a a system o. thc c.oscst economy, and that
any roducti '.i in tho appropriation must, be detri
ra Ja ai to tho most i po t*? ut part of the charity
d spensad m t. c House.
Rssol?zd, Tart tho Cnairman ot thc Board bc re?
quest* d to communicate to thc City CounO tho
a iLual report o' tho Scaool Committee for Uno'
and 1337, and with them ta-a above retolution-,
and oar earnest rcya-vS that the sum heretofore
aloioi us torcho purposes of tho School be u?t
?x<m ii hod.
The Committoo in charge of the O.-Dhan Houso
Schoo: respectfully submit the foilowi. g
Thoro is nothing apparently in the funda allowed
or in th', operations ot the .School for tho past year,
to ran 1er aa ouended rene rt necessary.
Io tho progress of tho ?RUT, from waich the coun?
try has just (.merited, it became essential to the
safety of the inmates ot tho Houso that they should
be removed from tao city. They wero accord.ngiy
transferred to Oraugeburg. The removal took
place on tho 23:k August. 1833. and as thc last an?
una! roport or tno Committee was mada on tho 1st
cf Jmoary. 1833, it iniy not bo improper to state,
on this . ccasion, that tho o orations of tho School
wera continued at O.angebare without interrup?
tion, and with as much benellt to the pupils us
could have been expected ia their cacan.stances.
Tho condition of the country waa unfavorable to
the progress ot ?ducation, and the circumstances
o? UaeBc children were such as to aggravate, iu their
case, tho common c. faculty. Thu grornds attach?
ed to the House weioimperiectly c.ic:osi d. and mil?
itary carnes wero cons atitiy in "close proximity to
it. The war had given boys unusual iicoase in tnoir
conuuet and benavi;.: , a:.d tnose nader "ar care
derived .rom tao dremstences stated, rddit.onal
incentives to idle an., trreguiar habits, iho re?
straints and diso plino o. thc School, it is boaeved,
con tributad, m some measure, io diminish tho
force of those pernicious ?t.?'icnces, and to pro?
mote tho restoration of order and good govern?
ment on their return to Cnarlcstoi. This took
placo on the lOan of November, 1835. When tho
i rhool closed ror tho vacar.on, immediately pro
cecdm ? the romoval to Orangohurg, namuiy, cn
tue 20th of August, 1333, the cumber of pa oils on
the register was 30i-181 toys and 123 itirls. 0.'
this largo number ll only we" in tho Eightn, or
A. B. C Class, a proportion so 6mall as to cxuibit
is a strong i c-a the crceliecce o: the system of
eduction pursued, and tho hdeiity and dikgence
ef the teat-neis. To tho above namber were aaOed
16 more, derived UL.IT the children then admitted
into the House from tho Church Homo- making a
total of 320 pup.l9. Of this number 109 only now
remain ia tho School, namely. 06 boys and 43 girls.
The r'nst, Secoi.d ::..d 1'iara Classe J thoa num?
bered 69 cf these 9 oulv are now left.
DmiaK tho to.m which closed with tho last vaca?
tion tho progrese of tho pupils and tLoir conduct
gcnciaJ,v gave satisfaction, at d held oa. au on
oouragiiig promise fer tho fu.uro. Tco much
j/rai e cannot bc accorded to the Br.rc pal and io
tho ass.su.nt to"chcis fjr tho zeal, abi itv and ci.li?
geree wi.h nh cb their dut.e3 havo boen dis
enargod. To ba able to include the a.-s s:an: in
th B o .comiura i3 pArticularly grat fying to tho
Committee, ll hey aie ail with one exception chil?
dren of the Hcuto. auu graduales of us schooL
Even Bho who is excepted owes a sharo of her
Qual'ficit.ons to tho its;: actions imparted by tho
Pri cip2?. When the school reopened on tko 5th
ot November instant, tlie number of pupils en ?he
reg ster was 194-123 boya f.nd 71 gins. An addi
t-oa of 29 WJS lmmodintely ma.'.o from tba chil?
dren admitted during thc" vacation, a:.d subse?
quently 14 were withdrawn, making tho number
now on tho register 209. Of tho2jpupds newly
admitted, 26b-d to be placed in the A, b, C", class;
nearly 90 per cont. ( f tho whoio number in tho
schooi (209) there are 71 cr 35 p r cont, in thc A,
B, C, cliss. Ihisprop rtiouis in stalking contrast
to that which eii- tcd nt the time of the removal to
Oranscturg as already stated, namely, ll in 301,
or 1 ss than 4 per cent. These facts funi:h a
striking illustration of tkn neglect of edu
raion durirg tho war; and it .a tho moro con?
spicuous, becau o several of tho moio illiterate
cai.dren are nearly of tue ano, at wh.oh their eh
g.bi.ity into thc House, according to the practice
of tu-; B rd, gcneral.y ceases. Tiity fciford strong
evidonce too, of tho value of such a ru.c, aad o; j
that wt ich provides, that those chil rea only shaii !
bo put cut ui.der hodeniuies. that have already
boen p eced on the binding out J.8t. J he reputa?
tion of the Houso i3 clearly involved in th J adhe?
rence to these limita irma." A laxity in tuese par
ticuiais would lead to the inconsistency ol binding
out tome children at aD age very little supeiur to
that of otheis timultavcously adm.ttod; and in
other casca to the necessity iro'tn their years alono,
ol blading out some who, admitted at au adviuced
ago and oeiug but a short time m the school, Lad
Seq ired iittlo education. The deficiency in ?f. :h
casus would naturally bo imputed to tho imperfec?
tion of the ey stem cf education, orto tho neglect
of the tt achers. Ihe d.ffu&io:i of tuen au error
w edd bo unfortunate, ior whatever value may
hitherto ha\o Doen imputed to tho advantages of
education, ia uow by general consent admitted to
bo greatly enln-iced by the new condition of
eodoty, that has resulted 'rom tao war. Every?
thing, tb'refero, is to be depiecated, that "is
ojJcula* ed to impau-tho pubiio eonfldonce in tho
valuo aad effioionov cf tais dapaatmeat of the
House. In au economical Vio.v, tho statistiOS
cf tue present scaoei, strongly recommend
it to f"v .a. ibo ablo roport of tao Committee on
BetiOucaraoa?a n.ad-j m September, 1351, exhib? e
tho saviag cff.c:od by tho new svacom. Fartuor
?ave8?.at;oa eoniir.iis ma favo ra bio results tatm
obtained. The 6.x years from lsj7 to 1332, togeth?
er with tuc vcr 1353 ex .bits an average number
of pup 1 cf 233, and au average cost o? tuition per
pupd o. $8 40 per annam, tho cost uador tue old
sysum i.a\i. g been $2* each. Tao aotaal savins: [
is ?5 60 to each papii. cr SMOO per annum ia tao I
figniegj?r. 'lh:s sum, eapitalizod, is equal, at 6
j. Oi ci nt. per annum to S73 333 S3. Ii other
wotd-, ihe tuition or 2So cni.da-.n under tho old
eyMeni would have co.^t. annually, in excess oi
the present caw a sum equal to tho interest cn
J73S33S3. Ibis result suould nat oal? ncom?
mend tho icaeol itself to favo.-, hat should co
far to con?rm also our confidence :n the wisdam
of the expenditures nude to adapt tue lloaro to
tbc re orin a of which thc School is on?v a part.
La thc icpcrt ot -.he 1st of Januaay, 1863, ali eadv
referrotl t., t..e toai-a was informed that Albart
Spencer had been placad a: the H ?h Soho i ; but
asthisechool too wis boon al. er clesed, on ac?
count ot the war, his s.udioo were necessa.ii . ??:I,
petded. Bo mnowacleik to his ua;. !e. a drug
cist, aidia also prosee, tn.g at the M.dical Col?
lect ia ibis city ibo i.tudies essen ial to qualify
him mr (hat business. His conduct ls bam to bo
xui eaieer of this boy leads y. ur committee to
refloat upon tho poss.bility of ope-iig an avenue
in th.s business f r tao aovancemont of oar boys.
It is enc whuio ignorance ia fraught with danger
to tho punka cud in which, however valued a high
on cr of ta.ent may bc, modorato aitamments and
ab lit.es are hkely to meet a farr reward, lt is,
ihor lore, respe-ctful'y submitted to tue coasidcra
tiocofthc Boa'd wiiother au application shoalu
not be m do ta tho Faculty of tho Medical Coloco,
?.nd then- rvnsoai so i itodforthe admission of ono
oriwobo\aat a Lmoto sucho: thu leotuxos as
m iv afford instruction in the d pai lmout of drn^s
aa-co tiiC reopening of tho scbool tho disci-lino
bas oeen satitfa-ioiy, c?d tho progress of tao
pup::s encouraging. A markeri improvement,
commencing several mo., tbs be ?oro tho vacation,
is seen in tho attendance D.vidmg tho eix
months preceding thu vacation into two periods
of three months each, the Mowing results are
lat Period-Average staber of papila on the
Average attondance.117 !
2d Penod-Aveni uunibcr ol pupils on the i
Averago attendance. lid
In the first period tho absentees are 17 per coat.,
in the s ico: -.1 period only 10 per c ?nt.
S ;:co tho rccponing ol t o school thc average
n xii ber ol pupils is 203 and thc arerago atten?
dance 2 1. tue absentees being only -1 per cent.
luis ls, no doubt, attributable elli? dy to tho im
provim.nt m tho san.tavy condition of tno chil?
de:; bat thcic is icaj <a io believe that so.ue
tbius; is du? a:.o to their increasing dooility ami
..'ho expenses of tho School aro on a scale of
ab tut ;27JJ uer a:i:ium. inc.ad.ne; books a .d sta?
tionery, l'hc mod ra ion of expenditure is in
some measure, the rcsu.t of our not employing _a
musical teacher, as formerly. T.?o instructions in
this d?-partn;cat ara now voluntarily and gratui?
tously erwen ?>y mo Principal, Mlsf Irving, and
two ol tho assistant teachers, Miss Kmg aim Miss
Miss King OKs too, rr:c of exp neo to tho House,
tue p:aco of organist in the chapel, and Hiss
Irving ard the ass Staate conduct thc vocal ma io
o? LL?-5 C oir. ino Co ?littee have much catis'ac
t:;t.tion in bxlngiag this praiseworthy oonduotto
th^M option of tac Coard.
Mies I:.guam and M?s Bullen, tho two "ad
: vaned guW employed in teaching, continus to
i disctiarao thc r duties satisfactorily, a.id mo.it in
I edi respects t'ao continued ocuiideaoo and favor of
? tho Commissioner:.
j Yo ar Committee wouid now propeso two similar
propositna?. Thc recommend that Ag nos Bca
Luu and Ei Zl G .th... bo made "advanced girls on
probation." to continue such studies an tho Pnn
cij.al may dd.m neCwSsf.ry to tho com iletion of
tnoir education, and whon not engaged in these
j studies to wer lt in tho sewing-room; that thu pro
' mo:io.i date from thc 1st January, IS 17, ar d thu
tho girls receive from that date the usual allow?
ance i jr clo:hi::g.
Tho Cjmmit-!.o, in pursuance of tia se recom?
mendations, submit to tho Board for ihtir consid?
eration tho following rcuoiatioas :
i? S'Jced, Tuat an app icttiou bo made by thc
Cauirman of t.i.s B-.?ard to tho Faculty of the
Medica: Cliche of ^outh Carolina, for tho gratui
toui admiss.ou annually ot two boys from >h:s In?
stitution .o tao Icc ures of such ot the Professors
-s ?rill prepare such beys for the vocation of drug?
gists and apothecaries.
liao:ce:t, That A.tre3 Beahan and Eliza Gri??th
be piaood upon the hst of advanced siria for me
School; to continue such studies as the Pr.ncipal
may deem necessary, and wii?!o so continuing to
teach ia tho S.-hool; with au allowance to thom of
clothing as is allowed to tue advanced girls; when
not engaged in teaching to bo employed ia the
?.ewing rjo nj this promotion to talto dato from 1st
(Signed) G. A. IRENHOLM,
Orphan Houso of Charleston, iNovember 9, 1863.
The Committee in chartre of thc Orphan House
School beg leave to submit thc following
rhoir last annual report wa? mado on the 9th of
November, 1SJG. Sinco that ponod tho operations
tl tho school navo boen conducted with regularity,
and tho progress of the pupils has boea satisiac
torv. An exammation was beul on the 6th of
June, of whioh a spec...! report has already beca
made 'o the Board, rendering further notice ol it
on this occasion unnecessary.
At the dato of thc last annual report tho num?
ber o: pt:pi:s on the register was 203, namely : 131
nova and 78 ??r.s. Tho number admitted since
that per.od is 107-GS boys and 41 girls; tho num?
ber dischanrod i-^ 22, namely : ll boys un 1 ll girls.
Too number now on the registe*' is 2Jt. consisting
ol' 133 boys a d ill girts. The attends ?icc has
been cjutte iatisiact'iry, tito number i-f pupd* on
ibo reg.stor o.ing 231: ti=e weekly attondauce has
b?e;i as iii^h as n33. showintr only 9 absentees, or
a little more tuan 3 p.?r cent. F r tho whole year
the average number of pupils ? 231, and tho avo
I rage attendance weekly 217. beia^ aa average ot'
I only 17 absentees out ol 231, or less than 8 per
Of tno wbo'e number of pupils nJr.iiited during
tho year, namely, 1.7, only 2 were quahrrd to enter
the fourth and lift i clauses; 21 enterad the sixth and
sevont J, and the very lar?;o proportion of 81 had to
ba placed in the eighth or A. li. C. classe. Of this
lars? nurnoo.- ( 1) all except 5 aro now reading,
miny of th^-m aro :n tho fitth class, tho remainder
in tho sixth and seventh classes.
Tuese tacts, exhibit, ia a piea^ins and oneour
aginghght, the health, puno1 *i iii ty and diligence
o: 'tho pupd.j. On the score . heath, tho Com?
mittee canciot too strongly express their grateful
sense ot the Diviuo gooiness and mcr.y lor tue
simular pei faction ia whica this groat ble-sin^
aas boen vjucusafod to >hc children. Daring tho
past >ear one only of tae.r number has beon
withdrawn trom the sphere ct his litte duties
and responsibilities, to i.e translated into those
he \cnly mansions to whioh so gracious an invi?
tatio.! i? given ia tho words cf the Saviour: .'duf?
fer httla onildrcti to como unto ma a id forbid
mom not, for of sucu is tho kiuedom ot' Heaven."
Ia coutornplatina the innocent inen of those who
remain and wno aro so boon to co foi th into tho
inhospitable fields of earthly toil, tboua.li oppress
cd with faoiings o." pity for tho bereavement that
throws tuena upon our charity, aud of solicitado
for the futuro that lies beyond it. wo aro cheered
with a sense o? God's favor m providing this shel?
ter f ir their helpless infancy, and that intellectual,
moral and religious culture, u,.cn which, all tho
h .pjs ot earth!* useful eas ami ct .rnal happiness
mus: forever c ccou'i. In mis view the progress of
tho pupds is extremely encouraging, as indicating
on their part a reasonable share of didgouce aud
?aiutury, aud on ibo parti ot th ii Instructors, ex?
emplary attention a..d hdolity in tho fulfilment of
? their duties. Nor is this satis! :c*ion oiouded
by aay considerations of a pecuniary ctiar
acter, for tho expenses oftho School beiog
stationary, ii ioiiows that ns ibo number
of pup.is increases, thc cost of education
per capita actually diminishes. Tho present
number of pup.is bciug 294, tito oxpeuso of tu:
t.on per annuli isa li. tie over SS each, au econo?
my that contributes moro and moro, in tho opin?
ion of thc Comiuitteo. to recommend this depait
nitut of tho IiJUSO to tbe cou.i.iucd favor and
support ot tue Board, aud it is pleasing to reflect
th..t tho SUCCOHS ot thc School is thc eistet fu'fil
nunt ol tuc intentions and expectations ot thu
w.3o an?. geed men under waoto legis.ntion thie
uoolvcharitv W ts fjuuded. The p:o mibio of tho
ordiuaucc of 173.1, csta'o.ishiug the Or,>hau House,
ia in thc following weds: -'Winreas tue prcsout
mcdo of support.ag and ^Jucaiing poor children
in wi.lieront sc.oo.s has been fou-.d by experience
tobo attended with heavy expense, and many in?
convenience i, and the ostablas. mont of an Orphan
House, properly organized and conducte 1 will bo
?ttonded with leas expcLst'. more conveuic-nco and
benefits, ai d may tend tc ?.ive general sitisfaction
to the citizens, and induced tho bcnevolout to as?
sist in tho support of so eharuatdo and laudabto
It is gratifying to per?oive tho roalizstion of
these economical und b.-nevoient views. Tl.o
general cccnom.vof the Houso has ueo i olsewhcro
set forth; m mc matter of educ :tina, the annual
cost o:' i?stmotl m winch even fifteen ycar i avo.
was as h:t:h as ?2? for each impit. is now reduced
to $S or SS; a tact to whioh tho attention of tho
Board is ag:in respectfully directed.
Tuc Committee further ?oport that the usual
summer vacatl n was given to the Sehool. Thu
exote ses were suspended ou tao 2.1 of August, and
resumed uga m on the 30th ot Ncpteinbor.
They nould respectfully icccmniend as drserv
it.g: promoii u, tno thr. c following girls, Marga?
ret Ha; s, El zabeth Henderson, and Lliztbcth
Wilson. They propose to tho Board, that tbeco
girls be mido "advanced girls on probation," to
continue suoh studies as tno Principal may deem
useful, or necessary, and when not engaged iu
the-.o studies, tuat they be employed ia thcSow
ifg Room ; this proaiot.ou to date from tho 1st of
Januar? Ib?d, and that thc girls receive from that
date thc usual allowance iOV clothing.
In pursuance of ihe.-c recommendations tho
Committee remedially submit, ior tho considera?
tion ot iha Board, tno following resolution :
RfiOiVed, That Margaret Hays, El zabeth Hen
derson and Elizabeth nilson, bo piac.-d upon thc
hst of "advanced iuris" on probation tu continue
such studies aa tho Principal may diroet, aud to
assist i i teaching whou ic-.]tiired ; when not thus
tngi.gcd in the school, to ba employed in the 3 w
ing Reom. ihis rroutot.on to date from the 1st
cf January, 13GS, and tho girls to receive the usual
a'lowauee of coming. Adi of which is respect?
[Signed] G. A. IBENHOLM, Chairman.
JAMES MUUi TRIE.
JOHN li. Il ONO CR.
WILMOT G. DeSAUSSTJBE.
CHAULES H. SIMONTON.
Orphan House, Cnariestaa, Mo.ember 23, 1307.
Tho fallowingcommamcatioa was road sud con
To ike IJonoi dbl* ihe Mayor
aiw AUermtn of Jir Cy <f Charleston :
QtsxassBa : I beg ?eave respectfully to notify
vom-honorable body that Mr. J sorh.V Sanders
has tendered to the'Boird oi Commissioners of tho
Poor of Charleston his resignation from the
Board. His letter cf re:ignat.on has boen accept?
ed by the Board, and I am instructed to inform
you of the same. With respect,
H. tv. BsSAUSSUBE,
S ore?-rv Board Corn. Poor of Cj?.rie?toa.
Tho fol'owirg report was recsived as informa?
tion, and ordered to bo published :
13 .mac- r OF THSlfOilBER OF PERSONS ADJ?IT.
iLD INTO IHE AtM-^ IIOL'SC CF C?ARLESr?X,
B. C, FaOM ::0V?iI?tK lira, 18c3. TO 2tOV?M
ZZR llxu, 1567.
Chaiici.o . 5- England. 10
i ou h . aroiiu i.210 tretend. 66
Noriii Cnaiouai. It -icoilaaJ. 1
^:Sr=ia. li /ennaav. i
Ma*3.chase; s. : ."r^us .'.. 13
Pennsylvania. ; Jann-a. 6
alain". 1 . a?OB........I......... 2
waited States. 3jsj gj
AC'IU ACT OF THr SOMBER OF PERSON^ WHO
HAVE :?*i)C APPLicarros TO r<a. coilM'S.
S?O.M.P.-) Ol'IUt i OJ'.: OF CHARLESTON S C.
AND TO WHJ.U itCLlKF BE?N iltANIED
FilOM NilV^ .lBldt li. i-,n; T ? "OV-M3-r.?i, is?:l
Ca..r.v??.Oj.J, t'j tn.; au-i. Yo
SouUi Curo.iui. 2lii-:chia?..' 3*0
Nor h C-ro.iua. t cot., a?. i
Ocor. i. li rance . T
Florid:. J icrms^y. 3;
Vi-gmia. t A'eat In.i?s.... 6
Louisiana. I Nova Feo.ia....... 1
Pe;nsyiv^ai. Siltity. 2
District of Columbia.. V Switzerland. s
Mi yland. 3
Rhode bland. 1
Kaw York. ll
Pcr.-ca3l!y appeared b?.'-rc inc H. M. Slaai^ault,
ter or thu- Ahas ilea:, c." C tarlcston, S. c.. who, bein;
Inly 5-.voru, da'C-c: ? th.: taj --.-.7 csir-.c;? aro
tafe n rV'-ta tu: Be ~r\ > M :r: A m. IIDUEC. tho pl.ee
A nativity o? cu jae ajmittad ima:.:; ti 353 ur. taioa
Vom their 0?a alamments, and tbiso cf t c Cu: lico
fen daners r.oai their doyes.lieu :a tu- .-ernucatcs or
ippli.aUOU. li. ii. MANidAULT,
'M..s;er \. II.
3-vom and sab^cribc-d bafo.-s 00 this 2SHh November,
1SC7. . P MO?SSBAO,
Not. Pat-, et ex off. Mag.
JO Itt? L. DAW^O.^', Ch. Com. Poor.
H. W. DsSausscas, ) Comtaiit-c on city
Josy M. OnvES, [ and
T. P. Eas; x. ) Iranien: Poor. i
Holum of Citv Sheriff Cm November, 1837, pbow
ine; i'j?iS.'? paid into tho City Treasury. Infor?
B1?3 of ?.is Ccmpauv for November, 1SG7,
amounting to 8233113-10.) ; Alms House.
?.0:?l 2S-1"0: Orphan Howie, 58011.93; McMillan &
.lowitt, trio. Referred to Committee on Accounts.
KEP0E?8 OF CO__!TXEEL>.
Alderman Steinmeyer, from Iho Committee on
j Licenses, nip. Jo tho followiug reports, which wore
j severally cou curred in :
Tho Committee on Licenses beg lo've to make a
I report on the fallowing matters icfeiTodto them
:.t a previous meeting, viz: <J. BL Liostedt fora
Nino Pm Alley License ; G. NV. Steffins & Co.; ltis
I Icy &. i reight.n, and Smith & McO-illivr-y, c ich
; for Auctioneer- License; L. Concillen, for a Junk
1 Shop License; Will am Basion, for Alo au J Boor L -
censo; W, A. Richman, trundler oi' license to
Patrick O H:ru.
Tho Committee recommend the granting of tho
samo. Respectful'.- submitted.
JU?1X H. STEINMEYER,
Z. B. OAKES,
Tho Committoo on Licenses to which was refer?
red tho petition of L Bunch & Son, praying clear
oticy tor neglecting to ronew their '-Auction Li?
cence'1 at tho proper t me, bag leave to report that
they have examined tho Ordinace regulating auc
tioneers,'nd find that Messrs. Pancho; Son have
not comp;' id With Scetion 4, aud therefore have in?
curred the ponai ?cs ol tuc aw.
ino Committee'recommeud that, upon tho pay
mout ortho license loa and tho exocuiion of a new
bond, tuoy bo allowed to exercise t_o privilege of
* JOHN U. STELNMEYEB, .
Z. E. ' AHES.
J. i OSGEOVE.
Alderman Steinmeyer, from Committee on Brick
ard Wooden Budd ngs, ruado thc ioL'owmg report,
which waa adopted :
Ihe Committee on Erick and Wooden Buildings,
to which was retened the application of iS. C.
Luden, for per nie sion to repair his house, corner
cf Montague and Comm;: stteets, '>og leave to re?
port tuat they have examined the promis: 3, and
fl ,d the contemplated improvements inconformity
With the law. and recommend that the petition be
granted. JOHN il. STEIN .HEYER.
JOHN F. O'NEILL.
Alderman Oiney, from Co nmittee on Accounts,
made u favorable" report on the bin of Bussell &
Jones, against t.ie High School, amounting to
S79.13, and recommended the same for payment
The following resolutions, curred by Alderman
Wra;;g at the last meeting, came up for considera?
tion, and was adopted :
Alderman Wraej introduced the fol.owing reso?
lution!!, and begged t?al tney lay over for conside?
ration at tho next meeting. So rrdered:
R.so'.ve.t, That tho Stanuing Oommittcoi of this
bodv be rcquirod to tr.ako monthly repot ts to
Ccuuc 1, stating, in d?t Us nil thc work goinjr on
in th ir special departments, tho progress made,
and the sums expended, naming tho contractors
for tho werk, ino individuals employed, tho sums
o. money a.ready paid to each or them, and thc
probable or actually estimated ultimate cost ol'
each job when completed; ia evoiy caso giving tho
names of tnoso to whom money has been paid,
and the amounts paid thom. All or' which ini'or
matioti, together with any ov.or mattera they may
deem important, snail Ce published in the pro?
ceedings ot council.
Reso'.cecl, That the Committee on Accounts bo
iustructed to recommend no bills for piyment
that have not been audited by the proper commit?
tee and attested by the signature of its cha.r
Alderman Marshall offered tho following resolu?
tion, which was adopted :
Jieso oed, Tuat tho City Treasurer be rcqueslod
to report to Council, at its uc-xt regular meoting,
thc entire indeb.edncss of thc city, which is to in?
clude all tho subscriptions to railroad and other
enterprises given by tho city. Also, to iurnish
Council iv.tu tho assets ol tho eily ia thc way of
stocke-, bonds, etc.
Alderman Marshall said he offered this resolu?
tion so that our peoplo might see exactly tho posi?
tion in which wo stand.
Tho Mayor stated, for the information of Coun?
cil that, owing to tba pressure of business in tho
ornee, the City Treasurer had not been able, as
?et. to comply with the resolution adopted at thc
last mooting!"callie," for a hst of delinquent tax
payers. It was estimated, however, that theru
would bo about GO J names, representing about
$04,000 taxes on real estate, for 1867, remaining
Alderman Courtenay moved that the Clerk be
authorized to give notice of an election at the
next moetlug of Council for a koapor of tho proper?
ty at tho Artesian Well. Adopted.
Alderman Marshall mor. d that Council, at its
next mooting till the vacancy in the Board of Com?
missioners of tho Poor, occasioned by the resigna
t on of Mr. Sanders.
Aldarruau Butler reported as having been on
crossed by t ie Clerk "An ordin-nee to regulate
thc salaries of city officers, and other purposes."
The or?inaiico was rati?ed in duo lorin, lifter
which Council adjourned. W. BL S?lITH..
Clerk of Council.
Tilings in Washington.
OPISIOSS OP mt PSr_TDE.'?T'S SIXSSAOE-DISPOSAL
OF mn laipn iCniiE.sT si.\-rrx?- m? PBLIUTUBE
PCBLICATIO?. OF TUL SIESSAOE.
Tue Washington correspondent of the Baltimore
San writes under d.ta of December 3.
Tho President's meseaso read in Congress to-day
is ibo subject ot general comment to-night. The
i.aaicais uro quite medtrato m their criticisms,
though in a fo .' instances Mr. Joun-o.i hus beau
doncuueed by them on accouut of the tone of tuc
first portion of tue messajo, in which th a recon?
struction question ?B discussed. Tuc conserva?
tives, however, Ospccially commend thia brauch
of Mr. Johnsons argument, wunst they hom-ti!y
praiiO tho whole nieasr-go ne ono of tho able t
State papers that lias como from tho present Ex?
ii was expocted thai come ol tho extremo repub?
lican members w..ul I indulge in denuneiatoiy
epaechos upon tho rcad.ug of tho mo.sago. but it
WAS qutoih- .iud attentively heard. ..nd i'.?.cr.vaids
temperately d.-.cussed in private conversation.
Tue impeachment reports o? tho committee
continuo to bo .n excitiuo, topic. T^o general im?
prestio.i to-night is that but a low hom s w.li bo
granted foi' d.ecussiou, and tho pruD.ih.iity ia that
a vote may be talion on tao resolution of tho ma?
jority of tho o.nirnittec on Thnrsday, Scmore
pubhean mombcre favor a volo io-mor.'ow, with?
out discussicn, and they confidently assert that
such will bo found to bo the inclination of amijori
ty of theH.u-uwhcn thc matter comes up.
Tho parties who sold tho President's mcssago
yesterday did not obtain copies at tho Whitu
ilouso. Tho ind.viduals charged w.th selling it
have not recently visited the rix.cuti\o Mansion.
How they obtained tho message ii now protty woll
understood, and will bo raado public in a few days.
They were aa guilty, morally, us tuounh tboy hai
pledged their honor directly to tuc President to
withhold it from publication until tho message was
doliverod iu Coagross, for moy know that tho
copies thoy usod wore obtained upon that pledge
Mrs. Prances Lord Bond, rn ibo representative
of the fcmaJo eufivrigo iutoreet, has flied her ap?
plication for tho mission to E.ig.and upon tho
presnmption that Mr. Adams will be called i.emo
to tako c cositiou in th3 Cabinet.
The Lato Judge Wayne.
Zn pursuance of a published eal), the members
of tho Bar aud officers of tho Supromo Court ot
the United States aosemblcd in the court-room cn
tho 3rd inst. Hon. O. H. Browning was appointed
Chairman, and D. W . Middleton, Esq., thc Clerk
of the Court, was appointed Secretary. Mr. Brown?
ing then announced t'uc death of Mr. Justico
Wayne, bearing testimony to hi3 publie and pri
Bemaikd were made by HOD. Bevcrdy Johnson,
Hon. Caleb Cusuing, Hon. John V. L. Pruyn and
James L. Carlisle, Esq.. when thc mooting adopted
tue report ot tho committee previously appointed,
in which tho murr, tiers of the Bar mid cancers cr
thc court .hero assembled uaito in the sincero ex?
presi?n of their respect for tho memory oi thc
into Lief Justice Wayne, and then- sorrow that
they shcil a.c him no moro in the ;>?a:e which for
nearly a third ai a century Le filled with uuiform
dignity and usoiuiness, ind with unblemished
lu a few minutos after tho adjournment of the
meeting the Supreme Conn ol ta J United States
mot at its r gu.ar hour.
As Koon as tba Judr.es had ?a\en their seatc.
Attorney-3ciicrul Stan?ory arose, and addressed
the Court with roferoace to tuc decoa^ed, saying,
among ethe- turnas : "Iho couraaro to adminis?
ter tbs !A-.V without favor, nnd witaout oolitical
bir.3, and. above ail, a devotion to tho Constitu?
tion, winch under amenities such ae few of us
hiivo ei.cjuntcred, ouaoled him to risc aupoiior to
ail personal and political considerations, and to re?
main faithful to tho great trust that had boen con?
fided to him."
Chief Justice Chaso responded, and, in conclu?
sion said :
,:Our lamented brothor v?as not only a loamed
rind conscientious Jcdgo, but a mos: sincero atad
iionOwt pa'not. It waa with no comm m devotion
that he loved his country, and that Union which
mada his country great and honorable among thc
nat ons. Nor woio his titles to love and revaiur.ee
iocs cornplc-to iu lus private, than ia his public ic
latun?. Ia sympathetic kindness for tho lowly ; j
in the deiica'.e ocservaico o: a I the proprieties Ol
social intercourse, 'iud in that mee sense o? right
which permits no donation from tho straightest j
lino ci rectitude, ??o was never wunL'ng. "".Moro J
th m nil-no was a Christian.
"He* acknowledged .he incomparable work oil
Christina ?att?i, and felt in his o'.vn experience the
efficacy of its cju iolat.or.s. aiy personal acquaint?
ance Kith him ?na compara'i cd y ?vc-nt, but it
\v.is injficientto inspire ciucere attachment and
uc-Ai-uieit respect, i can never cea?o gratefuLy to
remember and acknowledge thc kiuduees with
wa.oh L welcomed mo tu this place, or tho wis?
dom of his co;!Use:s, or tim sieadiuoj of his sue
pore. He ?ia? ?ono from amon^' u^ full of years
u:.d fud of honui'a. Let ul tenderly cherish ins
memory and constantly fodow ms example."
Ihe 'Chiei Ju^tieo thea d.rected that the pro?
ceedings cf the Bar and of tho Court bhould bo
oatcred upon the minutes, and unuoui.ccd thsc no
ordinary DUfciaesa would bo transacted this day,
wueraaLou thu Court adjourned till to-morrow
at ll A. M.
LASD SALES IN ABBEVILLE_Monday last was
laled&y, and, as usual, siro aght alargo crowd to
the village. Alarie amount of rou cstato wa3
sold by tboOomrnissionor, -nd some property was
PH1LADELPHIA-Por Steamship Alliance-ITO bales
t o toa, 20 auto* Bice, 66 bale- Yarn, 4 halos Kaes, 65
casks <Uoy, bjgs Brun. 13 Obi? (?pirita Turi-on
?ne, 13 Uns Pin Iron, lO? tous Railroad Wheels, 130
empty Barrels, boxes ami easks Iron, Bries, ic, 90
BAL'ri.M(ilii:-P.rsehrDFKeaUng-200u sacks Liver?
Tile Charleston Cotton Market.
OFFICE OF TBK CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, |
cUAiiLEsiuN. FiiJay F.veniuc. December G, 18C7. 1
The stiffjuiug prees iu tho ioreifr? mi.l New York mar?
kets caa t? prices hero to advance XG L;c. fl ?. fJaleH
630 baies, viz : 78 ai ll, i at Wi, 95 at HJfi H at U%,
113 at 13, Iii at 15X. IC at 15?i. 51 al.l3.*i. 15 at UK. W
at IC:. V.'e quote:
Ordinal? to Gcod Ordiuary.11 <5?5
Strie: Middling.IC 'ft
AUGUSTA, Dc crab r 5.- FISANCHX-GOLD-Buying
liMSaOTjnd stiling H 138al8. ? ,"
MLV rt-Bu ? in at 13J aud 8<j!lln7 at 13JI135.
COTTON -1 ho m . ket oe ned with a fair demand on a
ba?i- of H.\;C. lot- Sew Yj-fcnrdjl n :, a ;d el J ci fl m
at 14J?& io New Y ri rai Idhng. Total salea o? tue day,
930 ba s, and te; ip.., 875 bal-*1.
BACON-Western abo Mers. Hal*?c.; B- A!DE9
15>i-ilG .; C l*., id s, lCal6.'i '; 1 . sii<cs, 16!ial7; Hams,
22a2i; V. S. RUO i tiers, 12},'il3; D. S. C. B. aides, i6a-.
C RN-Wo't -, SI; "i-xcd, 51.
WHEA -Bed, S3.60aa.00; whit?. S2.60a3.00.
Sx- VALL'd I;XCELS:OE MILLS FLCUB.-su %er?n<> per
bU in 43 b. or 03 ! bips ?12.50; Ext.ap <X bbl la 49 lb.
j rr 93 lb b.g3. ?13.50; Dou ld Extra po. bbl ia 49 lb. or
I OS b. bag-t. 616.00 . ,
U>a L-Bolted per ba dwL $1-35 ; Unbolted r o ?* bushel,
Charleston Wholesale Trices.
BAGGING, fl yard
Dundee. 30 ? 65
Gunny Cloth. ZO ? -
BALE ROPE, V- lb-Manilla. 21 ? 25
Western. 13 @ 15
New York. - @ -
Ju e. 12>i@
Navv. - @ -
Pilot. 10 ?l -
Crackers. 12 ? 15
BRICKS, ail. 9.00 ?20.00
BRAN, '$> 109 lbs. 33 ($ -
COTTON, fl lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. 14 ? 14 K
Low Middling. UJia i5
Middling to strict Middling. l?tf? 15 M
Good Middling. - ? -
Sealsland. 35 ? 1.25
CANDLES, fl lb-Sperm. 23 ? -
Adamantine. 22 ? 25
Tallow. 19 ? 20
COFFEE, fl lb-Kio. 94 ? 30
Laguayra. 2b & 3G
Java.j ? 46
CORDAGE, fl lb-Mamila. - ? -
Tarred American. 26 ? 23
CORN MEAL, fi bbl. 6.00 @ -
CCU?, %1 ton-Anthracite1. 9.60 ?10.00
COPPER. V> lb-Sheet. 68 ? 00
I'eruviau Guano, fl ton.100.OU @ -
Paci?lc Guara, fl IG00 lbs. 71.00 ? -
Phoenix Guano. 55 00 ? -
Laugh's Phosphate, fl 2000 tbs... 00.00 ? -
Rhodes" Phosphite, cl 2000 lbs... 05.00 ? -
alapea'SupcrPhosphate,? 2000 lb G5.00 ? -
Zeb's Baw Bone Phosphate. 65.00 ? -
Zcll's Surer Phosphate of Lime.. 60.00 ? -
Woolston'* Phosphate of Lime..- 65.O'! @ -
FISH- Cod, fi IOU nj!,. 7.00 ? 9.00
flornng, fl box. 45 ? 80
Mackerel, No. 1, ?l half bbl.11.00 ?11.50
Mackerel, No. 2, %i half bbl.10.00 @10.60
Mackerel, No. 3, fi bbb. - ? -
Mackerel, No. 1, by kita. - 0 -
No. 2. - (ct -
No. 3. - ?. -
Sardine., ?1100-quarter boxes.. 23 ? 25
Half boxes.... 48 ? 60
FLOUR, fl bbl-3uper.11.00 @ -
Northern and Western Extra. 12.00 ?12.60
Baltimore Extra.13.00 ? -
Extra. 13.00 (?#13.50
Family. 14.00 ? -
FRUITS-Vranes, ft lb. 22 ? -
Fig3. 40 @ -
Dried Apples. 10 @ 28
Almonds, soft shell. 35 ? 10
Raisins, M. IL, 'fl box. 4.00 ? COO
Raisins, Layer. 4.50 ? 5.60
Orangem. - @ - .
Lemons, ?l box. 16.00 ?17.00
GLASS, box ol 60 feet
American, 8x10. 5.60 (5 6.00
American, luxl2. 6.00 @ 0.50
french, 12x11. 7.00 (g) 8.no
GRAIN- Maryland Oats, B bush al. 88 @ 90
Western Oats, fl bushel. - (g) -
Com, fl buslwl. 1.20 ?1.40
Beaus, fl bushel. 2.00 @ 3.00
SA Y, fl cwt.-North Uiver. 1.30 & -
Eastern. 1.45 (al -
HIDES-Dry. "fl lb. 10 ? 12
INDIGO-~& lb. 1.00 ?1.76
?RON- BuUood, iii lb. 07 ia, 07
Swcdo. 0'J ? IC'?
LATHS, fl M.-1 4.00 ? .60
LIME- Shell, fl bbl. - @ -
South Carolina.| 1.60 ? -
Rockport.j 2.00 ? 2.25
Cemeut.I 2.75 ? 3.50
Plaster Paris. | 4.00 ? 4.50
CUMBER, fi M. ?eel
Clear White Pino, 1st quality.|50.?u ?55.00
Whito rino, goou run.33.00 ?40.co
Yellow Pine. 20.00 ?23.00
Boards, fl 81 ?coi-Hough.12.00 ?15.00
Grooved nuJ lousrued-28.OJ (u.JJ.00
LEATHER, country tanned, fl lb. - , -
MOLASSES, gaUon-Cuba. 45 @ 60
Muscovado. 65 ? 66
h ?. -r lb : -. 50 ? 1.0C
New Orisons. 75 ? 82
XA VAL STORKS, 'ri bbl-Tar. - ? -.
t'i'xh.j - fe -
Rosin, Pale. 4.50 ? 6.00
Boain, No. 1. 3.25 ? 3.CO
Bcalu, No. 2. 3.00 ? -
Re wa. No. 3. 2.75 ? 2.85
So r t.- TarpsulUMi fl ?allon. 43 G. -
.u-.:.. t? m. ttl fa -
NAILS-American, 4S20J, f) kcj. 6.50 @ 7.00
Amencau Wrought. - @ -
Lit liing. 7.60 ?19.00
Copper, fl lb.i 1.0 j ? -
Galvanized. 80 ? -
6pikes. 12 ? 16
Ol IS- Lard, fl gallon. 1.40 ?1.15 I
Unseed, %l gallon. 1.51 ? 1.60
Spero, W;uter, fl g alix-. 2-95 ? -
Cottoo Seed, fl gabon.j - ? -
Castor (E. Hflfsuon.| 3.00 ? -
Clive, "tl dozon.. 8.JO ?10.00
Kerosene, Vi gabon.I 52 ? 64
L'anr.no, fl pahoa. I CO ? -
PROVISIONS-Scot, mess, fl bbl.,16.00 ?30.00
B:ct, prime.'14.00 ?13.00
Pork, mess. 28.30 ? 42
Rump. - ? -
Bacon, Bams, fi lb. - ? -
Bacon, Sides. l? ? ic .
Bacon, Shoulders. 14 ? -
Lacou, Strips. - Q -
Lard, m keg. 12><? 15
Butter. 30 ? <3
Checso. 15 ? Gi
Potatoes, V- bbl. 4.00 ? -
OOI.T...I 4.00 ? -
Applos. 8.00 ? S.00
PAINTS- '.'.11110 Lead, f) lb. 10 ? 16
Bui'-k Load. 10 ? 12
Zinc, White.j 12 ? 16
PLOW STEEL, fl lb I 13 ? -
RICE- Carolina, fl lb. ? @ &
Ea&: ludia. - S -
SLATES- American, fl square.12.30 ? -
SHINGLES, ul M. 7.00 ? 8 to
Wuite Piue, first quality.12.00 ? -
Sdi T"-Liverpool, coarse, f) srek. 1.75 ? -
Liverpool, Ono. - ? -
SCMP-liar, fl ?j. ll ? ir,
STAUCH, V lb. 10 ? 12
SPICES, fi lb-Caiau. 1.00 ft --
Mace.4. 1.75 ? -
Cloves. 75 a -
Nutmegs. 2.00 ? 2.50
Ftrpcr. 40 H
Pin.eoto.m. 10 fi 50
Baoe Omser. SO ? -
SPIRITS, f> gaUon-Alcohol. 5.UU ? 0.00
Bruuay, Cognac.I 4.00 ?12.00
Brandy, Domestic. 3.00 fe 3.75
Gm. Holland. 4.75 ? 6.00
Gin, American. 3.60 ? 3.75
Rum, Jamaica. 6.00 ? 6.00
Bum, N. F. 2.60 fe 3.00
Whiskey, Bourbon. ?.O? 5.00
Whiskey, Rectified. 2.30 ? 2.40
SWAB, ? lb-uaw. 13 ? is
Crashed. 18 ? lg
ClaiiQedA. 17 ? 18^
CLvritied B. 17 <<v 18
C'l.iiicdC. 1C,'?? 17
loa:. is ? li
Porto Rico. 14 ? 15
Moscova^*. 13 ? ir.
SEGARS-Domo3ticraanulacture, il M. 18.00 ?45.00
TEAS, VI lb-Imperial. 2.00 ? 2.50
Gunpowder. 2.00 (g) 2.50
Hvson. 1.50 ? l.co
Young Hyson. 1.50 fe 1.G0
Wick. 1.00 ? 1.75
TOBACCO, T> lb, as per qualitv. 40 ?1.50
TIMBER-Flown Timber- ?eliow Pine. 4.03 fe 12.00
Ash. _ (it -
i'op.ar. - ? -
Hickory. _ ? -
TIN-I C Ko??ng Plate.,,.!...!... 15.00 ? -
I X F.oollng Plato.?17.00 <? -
I C Tin Plate', 10x14.'15.60 ? -
1 X Tin Plate luxli.17.00 @ -
I C Tm Plate, 11x20. 10.50 ? -
Eiock Tin, fi lb. 40 ? -
T WINE-Cc ttoa, ^1 lb. 75 ? -
Baling. 45 fe -
Hemp. 45 ? -
Jv.te. 60 fe- _
VARNISH- Bright, gallon. 25 ? -
Baraiiue. _ ? -
Y1NEQA R-Wm te Wuie, ?" galion. ! !.. ! 63 ?
Cider. 30 ? -
French. 1.C0 ? 1.25
WINE, t? gallon-Port. 2.5J ? 6.00
Madeira. 2.25 ? 5.U)
Sherry. 2.25 ? 6.0'J'
Claret, fl ca?......!..!!.... 5.00 ?13.50
Caanpagne, basket.25.00 fe.jo.oj
FORT CALEN DA R.
PHASES OF Tiir. aiooN.
SS1??' ;,ll> 51j' 1;n.ruo?a I LaatQ. 17th, Joh. Um. even
t un BI. ilia. Ca, 6UUJ. morn -Now M. 25tli, 00.19m, even
? ; DEcriiBcr..
5 I bur clay.*
nifEa. ; ?:::TJ.
yooii I mon
BISES. I WATE?.
Consignees per sor.tn Carolina |ttailro;?n,
1249 b?loe Cotton, 132 bales Mdz*, 75 sacks Fiour, 1C8
sicas Cern, and sundries. To It-iiho-d A^ect, G W Wil?
liams i: Co, street Bros J: Co, Counensv A: 'Irenholm, G
A Uopley i: Co, J . Rjb or. J X leidcmanu i Co, J M
Caldwell i? -oaf, M tioldsaiith ? son, L D DeSaussure
L D.-ackcr, L H Bcdgcjc .v Ce, W li chafee, Graeser,
Lee, sm:ih ? Co, Adams, rro6t i: Co, J D AIKOU S Co, Z
Davis, ?-uriton ? Holmes, J 4 J D Kirkpatrick. L't?ey
j: Keuysa, liunt ?roj, A 11 Pet-ca, e> w Witte, W B w.i
liam^, G H Water i Co, Johoatoa, Crews 4 Co, J Camp
sea ? Co, A ? brown, ? L Jea?rs Je co, Mowry a: Co, D
JenDXgi a: Co, U Arare ? co, G Folha, J H ^aggett s
Co, J h i. slo.n, E J vvfca ? to, V. C Courtney * Ce, J
cos ?rove, is hhs s Chisolm, L Loreutx.
Cousigncei per Northeastern Railroad,
165 bales Cottea. 174 b'a'.s Naval Storss, Mdze, ic. To
Grneicr, Lee, smith & co, Gaillard & Minctt, W G Wall-1
don _ Co, J Watson k Co, Claclus k Witto, Z Davis, O
Itccdor, Rodgers ,t Co, Doggett k Co, Mowry k Co, Row
ird ft Uro, G H Waltor k Co, O E Pritche?t. W K Ryan,
I i rink, Kanapaur k Lanneau, R Ii "twin, P?cknoy
Bros, W C Bec k Co. ? D Stoner, Roper A: Ston y, .1 ,T
Jhoreat. J liarrctt, J A May, F A Sawyer, Railroad
Agont. and Order,
Fer steamer Emilio, from Georgetown, fi C-Mrs S S
Oro?, J H LiMott, ? Morgan, S McGuudy, S Hanson, A
J Bennett, Col Ludingtou, W C leavened, and 40 deck.
POUT OF CHARLK8 TO fi .
Ship Richard Ihe Third, Scott, Bremen-35 days. Dal?
las". Io the Muster (previously reported in thc Offing).
sehr Charlotte, Peterson, Bac': River. 3100 bushels
Rough Ri- c. To Cohen. Hanckol A. Co.
Sehr Elvina. Habenicht, Pack River. 2100 bushels
Rough Rice. To Roper ft Stoney.
Steamer Emilie. Duvi.s. Georgetown, S C. 225 tierces
Rice, 10 sacks Seed Rice, and Sundries. To shackelfota
k Kelly, Mr* R F W .illston, Kliuck. Wickonberg k Co.
C Crawley, Thurston A: Hohne?. T D Stoney, J K Prin?
gle. Moidoeui A: co, Cart, Ko.iff ft Jcrvcy.
stccmer Marion, Foster, Santce. 201 halos Upland
Cotton. 16 bois Rosin, 6 bbls Spirits Turpentine, a;,d
sundries. To J Ferguson, Gracscr, Lee, Smith A: Co,
Cart, Kopff .t Jervey. Adatas, Frost A: Co, G H Injra
ham A: Son, W C Dukes A: CJ, Z Davis, E U Rodgers &
Co, W C Bee A: Oo, GaiUard A: Miuoit. J A Smyth, G E
Pritcuett, O Reeder, and others.
.Sloop Alice, from Ashcpoo. 1500 bushels Rough Rico.
To G H Hi'ppock.
Steamship Alliance, Eelly, Philadelphia-H F Bakor A:
Bri? S E VoorLls, Fulford, Georgetown, S C-W Rrech.
Sehr D F Keeling, Hubbard, Baltimore-Street B.o> i
Want to Sea Yesterday.
Sleamsbip Alliance, Kelly, Philadelphia.
Brig C V Wilhams, Thompson, Philadelphia.
Brig Georgia, bolt, Baltimore.
1,1ST OK VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THU FORT.
Tho "ikjold, Albrechtaen, cleared.Nov 19
Nor bark Kjellestadt, Wcrge, cleared.Oct 15
Bark C A Jones,-, up. -Nov 15
Ihe Bertha, Anderson, sailed.Oct 22
The Competitor, Turner, up.Oct <
ST. JOHSB. N. B.
Br ship Nictoux, Rowe, cleared.Nov 27
Steamship George B Upton, Rich, to sal!.Dec 6
Sobr E B Glover, Ingersoll, up.Nov 9
Sehr Laura Bridgman, Hart, cleared.Nov 27
Sehr Americas, Terry, cleared.Nov 24
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, cleared.Dec 3
Sehr Harriet Newell, Gould, up...."..Nov 13
i;-hr Mary Fletcher,--, up.Nov 25
Sehr Hartsione, Horn, cleared.Nov 29
Sehr Union Flag. Maloney, up.Nov 27
Sehr Vapor, Bogert, up.Dec 2
Sehr Wido World, Hildreth, cleared.Nov 13
Sehr W W Pharo, Alleu, cleared.Nov 22
Scar E B Shaw, Shaw, cleared.Nov 29
Sehr E Matthows, Mctdwee, cleared.Nov 30
Sehr Shiloh. Hubbard, np.N'ov 16
Headquarters Second Military District,!
CHARLESTON, S. C., November 14, 1867. J
[GENERIL ORDERS, NO. HG.)
Tho Sheriffs of tho respccllve Counties and Districts
of North and South Carolina will cause to be prepared
copies of thc lax lists for thou- respective Counties or
Districts, noting thereon all delinquent tax payer?, and
forward the ? ?mo through Post Commanders to thc30
Thc expense of preparing such copies will he audited
and paid as a County or District charge, as thc case
By command ot' Bvt. Major-Oenoral ED. B. S. CANDI.
LOUTS V. CAZIARC,
Alde-do-Camp, Act'g. Aas't. Adj't. Gen'l.
Official: O. M. MITCHEL, Aide-de-Camp.
Headquarters Second MUitary District, 1
CHARLESTON, S. C., November 14, 18C7, f
(GENERAL ORDERS NO. 117.1
IS ORDER T J CONFORM TO THE PROVISIONS OF
General Orders No. 95, Commanding Officers of Posts
aro authorized, when in their judgment demanded hy
the public service, to require, by order, the services ol
i-iiizcns to perform tho dutic? usually performed hy
roadmasters and overseers of highways. Inconformity
with the existing usage, such sei vices will re?oive no
compensation. Any person failing to obey the orders ot
thc Post Commander in the premisos, will be subjected
to the 6amo pains and penalties as aro now provided by
law In tho case of the neglect or refusal of a roadmaster
or overseer of highways to perform the duUes of such
By command of Bvt. Major-Goncral FD. R. S. CA?IBY.
LOUIS V. CAZIABC.
Aide-de-camp, Act'g Assisting Adjutant-Oencral.
Official: O. M. MircuELL, Aide-de-camp.
November 25 _
Headquarters Second Military District. I
CUABLESTON, S. C., october 9, J887. ;
THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS ARE PUBLISH?
ED for the iuformition and guidance of tho Comcrand
ing Officers of Posts in carryin . out the requiremouta of
General Orders No. 92, current scries, from these Head?
In any case embraced within the tirst sub-division ol
Paragraph I of said Order, the rate of tax: hon ?xod by
law, and prevailing at thc time thc transaction tru? made
a:\d complied, or the property, or thc right, v:as parted
with, which is UiJ subject of taxation, shall constitute
the basil for correcting a ..eh oxcessivo taxation ; und
upon being contained thcroto, such tax phall bo valid
and binding-it being thc design of that part of raid
Paragraph I to protect persona making business o; ora?
tions lrom un!oro3cen imposition ot teses in excess
ot' the rates prevailing when auch operations were con?
In any cafes arising under tho second tub-Jivision ol
Paragraph I. oi s:= I-.l Order, the rata of taxi'ion imposed
on tho property or porsou of a rosidont of tho Stato shall
bc tho basis for correcting &uch tis a9 affecting thy prop?
erty or pc:;oa of a r.oa-rc.idout; und upon being con?
formed thereto, auch 1.x shall bc valid and binding.
In all caars where the collection of any tax ia suspend?
ed under thc first or second subdivisions of Parasrap'.i
I. of said Crdcr, thc Order suspending the samo ein?be
limited to priventlng thc eo'.Ice'.io i of any excess of stirh
tax over and above thc amount properly taxable ia ac?
cord mco with tho provision of sai! Ordor as explained
by tins circular.
Comm-nJin.; Officers oi Post3 aie authorized to make
such oidertt aa may be rcquhriti for carrying into opera?
tion thu clauses of tail Order ia conforming with'thc
foregoing provisions, and ail civil officers at the respec?
tive Posts are required to comply therewith.
By command ol Brevet Major-General ED. R. S. CAND?.
LOUIS V. CAZIARC, Ald-de-Camp,
AcUn3 Assistant AilJntant.Gcueral.
Official: O, M. MUCHELL. Aid-dc-Camp.
Headquarters Scoond Military District.)
CHABXSSTOM, y. C., September 30, 1867. )
PENDING TH? ESTABLISHMENT OF EITLES FOR
the government of Military Tribunal i in this District,
Provost Coutts WU] not exercise jurisdiction in any case
when thc quotion involves tho title of land: nor in any
civil cause where the f'.ebt Bued for or mo damag .
claimed exceeds three hundred i300) dollars. In ail
coses where tho amount claimed ether as debt or dam?
ages exceeds twenty-five (25) dollar?, the defendant ehaU
bc outitled to ten (lui days' notice, and ll it exceda one
hundred (100) dollars, he shell bi entitled to ?ftoen (15)
days' 'lotie?; but this ri-ht may bo waived by tho de?
fendant, and the trial ct tho causo set for au eavlior day.
Upon bis written consent thereto, which consent must
appear on th: record ol the Court.
?j command of L'revc-t Major-e?eueial ED. R. S. CAN?
D?- LOUIS V. CAZIABC, Aide-de-Camp,
Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.
Official: O. M. MITCHEL, Aide-dt-Camp.
Headquarter* Second M Hilary District, i
CHARLESTON, ?. C., October 21, ISO" )
[Grsrrju. Oaocns No. 105.)
Post Commanders may admit lo bail persons not sub?
ject to tue Articles of War, held in arrest by military au?
thority, charged with offences not capital, upon security
33 provided in tho following paragraph :
Security shall consist! 1st. of a CJ=1I deposit of the
amount for wb>h bond is required es tail by Oie State
law la like cusoa; or, 2d, of a bead m like sum, running
:o the Post Commander, conditioned for compliance
with all orders, with surety, who must be a freeholder
and mustjus liy in twice tho amount of the penalty, and
must, under s al, euthorira any officer so ordered by the
Test Commander, in ease of de-fault, and non-payment
by the surety on demand, tc summarily seizoaml sen
.sufficient ol the property of principa! and surety to cai
isfy the forfeiture and costs; snd immediately upon de
bolt made, thc bond shall qoostitnte a lieu upon the r.er
toaai property of both principal and surety.
All bail and other bonds takej under military authori?
ty will conform to tho foregoing direction; when not
otherwise specially provided.
Ey oommaud of Bvt. Mtjor-Otueral ED. E. S. CA^HT.
LOUIS V. CAZIARC,
Aid-de-Camp, Act'g. As?t Adj't. Gent
Official: O. M. MITCHEL, Aid-de-Caui;:.
J. ill. MiflSTREET & SON.
NO. 20 1$ROAD STREE.?,
fHARLEST?.V, S. C.
J. L. FONDA, Sui>eriiitoudeiit.
THE HEK A Ll
XS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWEE?RV C. H., AT
iii per anutuu, and, having a lar^e circulaiior:
turotig*: all the upper and lower Districts ot mo St?ta,
?itTordj great advantages to advertisers.
Kates tor adverjigiujj verv reasonable-for which applj
lo our Agent, Mr T. P. SLIDbU, at Um M?h- House.
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Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
NO. 34 JOHN STAB KT, NEW YORK.
_ ALL STYLES AND GRADES OF LEAD PENCIL?
R of superior quality are manufactured and offeree
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Wf THE PENCILS ARE TO BE HAD AT ALI, THE
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6HEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL, )
EltODtEKKI.SO DEPARTMENT, I
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tal and mathematical drawing; but, alter a thorough
trial of ibo American Poly grade Lead Pencils, man?
ufactured by tho American Lead Pencil Company, New
Vork, 1 und them superior to any pencil in usc, oven to
.be Faber or thc old English Cumberland Lead Pencil,
being a superior pencil for sketching, ornamental and
mt cban'cal drawing, and all thc ordinary uses ol a lead
Tbcse pencils are very finely graded and have a very
smooth load ; even the softest pencils hold thc point well;
hey arp all tint can bo debited in a pencil. Jt gives me
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../ill no loug'r bc compelled to 'depend upon Germany ot
;,GV of lier loreign market tor peu.' K
Professor ot Dr; ring, ft ..
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less than at any other es abhshrrent in the city,
and warranted equal to any made in thc United States.
fj?- Descriptive catalogues sent on application.
C. DTCREM'S PATENT
For instantaneous Detachment ol
Horses from Carriages.
rriHH INGENIOUS AND VERY USE! UL INVENTION,
_L which his been patented in the United States,
t rance and England, ? now offered by the subscriber to
thc public, feeling assured they wiil nod it. upon esamt
ation, one ol tho greatest inventions ol the a?e.
Pro'uinent amone lis advantages are:
Frr.sT-1 he uci,ity a itb waicn horses may be harness
cd to or unharnes-ed from a Carrione, also reudoriug lt
unnecessary lor the person unuarnessing topa68 between
..r beuir.d the horses as is customary, timi avoiJiog any
liability of being kicked.
SECOMB- In case of a horse falling, he may be iooied
from tho carriage in one second, wimont tue driver leav
; his scat. Ii ts sc simple ia its operation that a child
can woru it.
THIRD AXD GREATEST-.tn easer, cf horses taking fright,
scorning unmauagat'to or running away, tba terribie
consequence*which so frequently loliow may be allavold
ed by ibis eimp'.o appiiea::on to carriages, a3 tho horses
can be loosed irom tue e.inia^'e 'toa twinkling," and the
arrifigc is cuickly and safely stomped.
Mr. c. DLCUE?X gave several public exhibitions. The
grca'. favor and praise mtnilcsted by the pubhc on these
occasion, is one ol the avidenecs oi a popular appr?cia,
lion o:'its nerita.
I errni may be known and orders received lor cpplying
thc p-ient io" carriages, cr perchar: of stats Rights, by
a.ldrejs.n?,' to C. DC REUX, Patentee,
No. 93 E?zaoetii street, New xork.
October 22 awi
~ THE LANCASTER IJEOGBB,
CONNORS ? CARTER, PROPRIETOR..
.pLBLTSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING AT
Jt Lancaster C. H., 8. C, Having a l.-.ruo subscript.oo
list, lt oilers a lavorabie medium to Mei chants and all
advertisers who desire *.o extend their business m the
u;' per Districts ol' the Mate. Rates ol advertising, bb
I. Specimen copy ot p iper sent on application.
THE ORAN OSBURG NEWS,
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, Al
urangeburg, S. C. Terms S2 per annum, in ad
During the spring and fall ^a^ous titra copies of the
Ur.AXOEUUitQ SEWS Wid be circulated lor the btue?t
our adversing patrons.
Contract Advertisements inserted on the most libera'
terms. Address SAMUEL DIBBLE,
Edi ar Orangeburg News,
Februarv M _ Qrangei,nrg. ?
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tore it can be readily used by every one-even bv
children. A beautllol gitt to old oryouiy; adaDted t?
the family Circle a? veil ia scientific uso; shows the
adulterations lu to. d, thousands of animals lu a .?Ingle
drop ol water, eels la vinegar, ?lobules in milk, b.cod
nud other liuids. tubular structure ci hair, claws on a
flv's lot. a sc the cele?>rat*l "trichina rnlralia" or pork
worm, walch is c-iusiug so many deaths amoDi,' pork
eaters; und lu tact thu oojoets which may be ex?miu??d
this roiidertul Microscone aro wiOiout number. AU
arc Invited to cad and see its great maguifving power,
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Packed in a ne. t box and sent prepaid to any a idresa on
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MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
rfE PHILADELPHIA UNTVEBS1TY OP MEDICINE
AND SURGERY waa organized ia 1918. Chartered
by the Legislature, February 30,1853. Mace changed
by a legislative enactment to tho Eclectic "i.od'ikl Col?
lege, of Philadelphia, in 1850. in 1863 it purcr.asi.cl tho
Pennsylvania Medical college, cs.abbshcd in I3i2, ?nd
the Philadclj.bia Medical College, whlth. had ;-e?;o'isiy
been merged into tho Pennsylvania JUa-dic-l < ollege. tn
18G4 it purchased the Penn Medi.-al Univirsl.j. The
Trustees of thc separate schools unfed, petitioned and
obtained a special Act of tho Lepis ature, consolidating
those institutions and cha. ging tin..'.' names to that of the
Philadelphia University of Medicine and Surgery,
March 15,1865. All thc9e var.ous Acts arc pubii bed in
tho st?tutes ot Pennsylvania. The cost of the 1 uilding
and museum was over one hundred thousand dollars. It
will be observed that the University, as now organized, ls
the legal representative nf the lour Medical Colleges that
il hos absorbed. It is a liberal school ot medicine, con?
fined to no dogma, nor attached io any medical cliques,
but embraces m its teaching everything of value to the
Sessions.-It has two full sessions each yoar, commenc?
ing on thc 1st of October, and continuing until tho 1st cf
January, as its first session, and from tho 1st o? January
to the 1st oi April, as its second; thc two constituting ono
lull course of lectures. It Las also a summer session,
commencing the 1st April aad continuhi^ until August,
lor the preparatory branches, such as Latin, Or?ele,
Mathematics, Botany, Zoology, Chemistry, Anatomy
Tickets.-Tickets to tho full course of lectures $120, or
$Cu for each session. Por thc summer or provwatory
course ?23. Uraudating tee iM. To aid y oona mau of
moderate means, the University has issued uve u un dr od
scholarships, which aro sold to first-course students lor
$76. and to second-course students and clergyman tor
$50, e.ch constituting tho holder a lifo member, wita the
perpetual privil?ges of tho lecture:, and ail thu teachings
ot thc whoo!. The only additional tees aro a ; carly dla
weting and matriculating ticket, each of which ls c?.
The Advantages of Scholarship*.-Tba student holding a
sci.olardhip con enter the College at any time during the
yoi r, atteni os long as he chooece, raid re-enter the mad
ration us f.cquentiy ss deJxed,
It requires no previous reading or study to enter the
Uni . arsi'.y on scholarships, hence, oil private tuition fees
are : ivod.
titi: dents, by holding scholarships, can prosecute other
bttti] ess a tort of the U'xc.
Thu candidate tor graduation can present himself at
any . me, and receive ins degree as soon as qualifi?e.
in .ase a btu cm should hold a scholarship and not ba
able lo attend lectures, lt can he truusierreu'iu another,
thur- preventing sn/ loss.
P. reuts, guardians or friends of students wishing to
pm -h.ise scholarship lor them a year or more belora
thc J:attendance at tue University, caus?eme them by
ac' /ancing one-hart the pr ?ac and paying tho balance
waen tho student enters. Physicians and benevolent
Jeu can bestow great benefit upon poor young men by
presenting them a scholarship, und mus enabting them
to ootain an honorable profession.
The Faculty emorocea seventeen eminent physidana
and surgeons. The University has associated with it a
largo hospital clinic, whe.e every ?orm of medical and
8uv"-ic\J disease is operated cn and treated m the pres?
ence ol i he elass.
C'OLIXOE BcuLDDio.-The College building, located in
Muth street, south of Walnut, ie the finest in the city.
Its front is collegiate gothic, and ia adorned with em
battlements and embrasure a, prc-seuting a novel bold,
and beauthul appearance. Thc facade is of brown stone,
ornamented by two towers, rising to thc elevation of
eighty toet, and crowned With an embattled parapet.
The building contains between fifty and sixty rooms, all
supplied with wator, gas, and every other convenience
that modern improv.-mait can coatr.buto to facilit?t*
medical instruction. Only live hundred scholarships
Will be issued, and as two hundred and filty are now
sold, those wno wish to secure ono should do so at once.
Money can be remitted by express, or a draft or check
sent on auy National Lani: in the United : tates, wiiea
the scholarship will be returned by mad, si,.;ced by the
President of the Uoard of Trustees, JO?EPU S. l'lSliER,
Ksq., and the Dean ot the Faculty, W. PAINE, M. D.
All orders for scholarships or other busing of tho Cai?
versify, should be ad Jresacd tc Professer W. PAINE, M.
D., i'lhiadelphla, Pa,
PAINE'S PRACTICE OF MEDICINE
A NEW WORK JUST IS:UED BY W. PAINE, M. D..
Professor of the Principles and Practice ot Medicine and
Pathology in the Puiladclpaia University cf Aiealcino
end Surgery; author of Paine's Practice of Surgery; a
work on Obstetrics and Materia Medica, author of New
Mihool Remedies; an Epitome of Eberile'a Practice of
Medicine; J Be>lcw ol UomstoDathy; a Work on tho Uis
torj of Medicine; Editor ot University Medical and Sur?
gical Journal, kc, kc It is c royal octavo ot %C pae.es,
and coutaks a mil description of ah diseases known In
medicine and Burgerv, mciudin?; nhese ot woman and
chil Jrc-u, together with their pathology und treatm?nt by
all the new and improved method;. Pri?e ?7; postado 50
AdUrcj-. the anther, No. 933 AECH STREET, Philadel?
ALSO. A NEW WORE,
Eat'tlcd New Sciooi Medicinen, which is thc only work
ever published cpci Mat .ria Medica, embracing ail the
Ecicctac, atomo atuic, ana Uoxanic Bciusdier. wah a
lull regular -Hadria Medica. Price C5; pesta?e flee
Address as above.
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Ten copi?e to one addrese.J-jg
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