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A e?ntai?'? Search for Cap** Kidd'?
A correspondent of the New York
Herald, writing from Chester, Ma?
llorie Bay, Nova Scotia, gives the fol?
lowing remarkable narrative of Oak
Island, around which there is wrap?
ped something of romance. The is?
land is ii small one on tho South side
of Nova Scotia, where it is still be?
lieved by mauy persons that Captain
Kidd, the notorious pirate, buried
thc bulk of his treasure.
The writer states that a century
ago, an old man resided in the then
British colony of New: England,
whose life had been wrapped in mys?
tery; but he was always believed to
be one of Captain Kidd's original
rovers. When ho died, tho old man
admitted that this suspicion was well
founded; that he did belong to the
great pirate's crew, and hud assisted
in burying over $4,000,000 of gold
beneath the soil of H secluded islam!,
East of Boston, "the proceeds of
Kidd's piracies. The settlers ulong
the New England coast, heard th?.;
story, and for years made an unsuc?
cessful search for the subterranean
About twenty-five years ago, three
men named Smith, Vand und Mc?
Ginns settled in Nova Scotia. Smith
and McGinns took upland on Oak
Island. During their work in felling
the forests, they were astonished to
find traces of former civilization, and
subsequent discoveries recalled to
their minds the old sailor's story.
The secluded situation of the island,
and the murk of former habitation
appeared iu keeping with all they
had heard of Kidd's hidden plunder.
Subsequently, they discovered an
old pit that hud been filled. The
mouth of it was seven feet in diame?
ter, and the earth with which it was
filled up being soft .iud loamy, waa
removed, nnd they descended foot by
foot, and pushed their explorations
forward, but found no sign of the lost
treasure, and finally abandoned the
Fifteen years later, an old resident,
named Lynd, examined tho ground,
and becoming infatuated with thc
idea that these were the vaults of
Kidd, formed a company, und early
in the following spring commenced
the search anew, under tho supervi?
sion of the three original discoverers.
Fifty feet from the surface, they cann
to a tier of putty. Further down was
a flag stone, one foot by two. wit!
some rudely cut figures and letter!
uvion it. They hoped this inscription
would assist in solving the mystery,
but they were unable to decipher it
At a depth of ninety feet, they fou in
indications of water; at ninety-thre<
feet the water increased. M ight com
ing on, they sunk a crow-bur dowi
five feet, and struck n hard, impene
trable substance, found by the side
of the pit. Some supposed it wai
wood; others called it a chest. The
quit work for the night and returne?
home, confident that with the morn
ing's suu, they would possess th
loug sought treasure, and they di!
cussed the question of its division
Morning settled thc matter, howevci
for on repairing to work they foun<
sixty feet of water in the shalt.
To bail ont tho water was impbss;
ble; Lut a main shaft was sunk by th
side of the old one, to be tunneled :
the bottom, in hopes of striking th
money chest. When within ten fe<
of the proper depth, the pit gav
way, and the Water flowed in so r:
pidly that the men barely hud tim
to escape with their lives.
Fifty years glided into eternity In
fore the work was well renewed ; y<
the shafts and tunnels still romaine
full of water, which rose and foll wit
the ebbing and flowing of the tide i
the bay, showing clearly that th
island had bccii pierced by subtern
noan passages. This brings us dow
to a period ol* fifteen years ago.
number of young men in the smarm
of 1818 proceeded to the island an
renewed the work. They follow*1
down the shaft and encountered th
same difficulty-water corning i
upon them. But they pierced tl
bottom of the pit, and struck a hal
wooden substance; cut through
spruce log six inches thick, an
finally struck a sharp metalic sui
stance. But twenty indies tleepe
they bored into more wood, and belo
it the same mineral snbstanc
Among other articles taken ?nt wi
Span'sh grass and part of the hoc
of a barrel, with the bark in ii go?
state of preservation.
It was afterwards found that sever
drains had been built, entering tl
base of the island at low water-mar
The stones forming the arch of tl
drains were found coated with Sp
nish grass. Further discoveries r
vealed the fact that the drains ran
the direction of the old pit. Bat i
last dollar of the young toilers w
spout, and they abandoned the v. or
ye Rtill believing that they were <
the right track of Kidd's treasures.
In 18G1, new pits were sunk ai
tu uncled, but without any satis f;
tory results. Such was tho fai
in the project, however, that a n<
company was formed, and includ
some of the most influential men
Halifax. They are now having bu
a dam round tho Jaso of the isbn
for the purpose of cutting off tho b
water from tho subterranean dianne
when they propose to pump tho wa
ont of tho excavations already ma?
aud follow tho channels to their t
mini. It is expected that the d
will bo completed the present we
and tho company now feel sangn:
that Kidd's $4,000,000 of gold aro al?
most within their grasp.
Such is the history of tho "Toilers
ol the Isle." That n stupendous
work of art hos boen constructed* ?it
Oak Island, by unknown hands, is a
certainty; that most of tho material
used is indigenous to that region is
also certain. What these works were
constructed for, a?d by whom, aud
what they contain, alone remain mys?
teries, which, lotus hopo, will soon be
. HORSE TAKEN UP.
~ A BLACK BOY, who gives his
njak name tis PETE ll HAILY, was taken
f~A J 1. np, u:i Friday, tho 7th instant, in
Columbia, S. C., bavin;; in bis possession
a HAY MAUL, between four and live years
old. Tho buy states thal ho stole it from
the other shlo of the Savannah Uiver. The
owner eau recover the same bv applying to
J. I). CLA1?K,
At Congaroe Ferry. Columbia, S. C.
ti" Augusta ' tni.<tUtdionalistplease copy
three times, an.! st nd bill to this office.
Sept IS tr
Old Newspapers for Salo,
BY th- hundred or thousand, at
Mareh 2 PIBENIN O FF! CF..
WALLACE & GREEN,
Attorneys at Law and Solicitors in Equity, j
COLUMBIA, s. c.
OFFICE second story, Law Range. En?
trance from Court House yard.
WM. WALLACE. JOHN S. GUKKX.
Sept 2 1 m>>
e. 1>. MEI.TOS. lt. W. SII\NI>. S. \\. MKLT'JX.
MELTON Sc SE AND,
Attorneys ai Law and Solicitors in Equity, |
UN ION VILLI-., ti c.
OFFICE (.for the present) in the base?
ment of tho Court House.
Aug 21 3mo
HANAHAN & WARLEY, \
Factors an-.l Commission Merchants,
Columbia. nuil Charleston, S. C.
Solicit consignments at eitherpla*o from
their friends. Jutv IS ?hno
IL I). MANAHAN. FELIX "WARLEY.
BELTING AND PACKING.
INDIA RUBBER BELTING.
Hemp and India Dubber PACKING.
A good assortment of thc ab..ve in store
and for sale low for cash bv
.lulv 2"> JOHN ?'. DIAL.
CALNAN & KREDDER,
GROCERIES t PROVISIONS,
Wines, Liquors and Segars. I
SELECT GOODS alwavs in More, and i
never nile red for sale LESS TH A N i
Mtvn Street ami der eui* Street.
M. J. CALNAN. CH. KREEDER j
riMlE undersigned have formed a copart- j
j nership for the transaction of the:AUC I
'RION and COMMISSION BUSINESS in the j
eitv of Columbia, under the name and stvle |
of MCDONALD & MCELWEE. our ??nice j
and store-rooms aro situated on La.Iv ;
street, first door Wost of the Post Ofiio?, !
where we will give strict attention to am i
business entrusted to our care, and ?.?1 .
endeavor to give satisfaction t<> all eon- I
cerned. D. P. MCDONALD, !
Aug : :;.no ,l. H. McELWEE.
Grain Cradles, Grain -Fans, &c.
At the Sion of Ute Golden rad-Lock.
A FULL supply ..?(?RAIN CRADLES.
XV. Grain Funs, Scythe Blades, Sevthe
Stones, Fan Wire, Riddles, &e., in store
and for sale low for cash. *
iliiv 2*', JOHN C. lil VI.. !
GUNS j PISTOLS,
S PO ?TSMEN '3 A CC OU TR EJY?ENTS,
VNEW and complete assortment just
An elegant assortment of FISH INO I
TACKLE Rods. Reds, Bobs, Hooks !
l.m. s, .Vc. At LOW PRICES.
P. \V. KRAFT,
Washington street, opposite edd Jail.
N. B. Siaunfacttiring am! repairing ,
substantially and ni atlv executed.
May2tJ " ly
.).) CASK*? .loungers ,V Co.'s EDIN- \
BURGH. J. C. SEEGERS ACO. i
Pistols! "Pistols! Pistols!
M the Sl.jn of the GoldT l'ad-Lor!:. \
TUST received, a large assortment nM
PISTOLS, embracing the most d< ni ra- \
ble made in this country.
A !,S. ..
A full assortment of Powder, Shot, Caps, '<
Cartridges, Ac, and for sale cheap lo
Aug :;u JOHN C.'DIAL.
Straw Cutters! Straw Cutters!
Al the. Shjn. of th*' Golden Pad-/.oe//. j
TEST received, II large varietv of Straw I
and Stalk CUTTERS, ai il tor sale I. w
hy JOHN C. DIAL. i
REDUCTION OF RATES!
Gen'l Sup'ts Office, C. & S. C. R. R.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.. Ai;orsr25, lxcc. j
ON and aller Sept .mb. r 1. the LOCAL
FREIGHT and PASSEN? ?El: TARIFFS :
ov.-r ibis Road will be r< dueed i:s follows, j
Columbia to t'hurloti.:
1st class Freight.cent. pi r 100 lb
2d .. . (J!) '.
" - .I"I
Passenger fare 57.00 through; corns
ponding rutes to intermediate S'M?;. .IS.
Through Tickets sold lo ?ill p ents Nor! !. |
at reduced rates.
JAMES ANDERSON, Sun't.
Aug 2fi '?lo I
MISS LIZZIE PECKHAM would inform
. the ladies that she is prepared do
HAIR WORK of every kimi. Orders left :
at Mr. A. Palmer's, or a! Mrs. R..gan's, !
will be promptly allen.'.. .! to. Aug 27
City Male Free School.
?T1HE above SCHOOL will be re-opened
JL on the 19th inst.. in Medium .sire. i. br -
tween Oates and Line..In streets. The
school will be m..b r Hm management of
Mr. W. H. wino. Persons desirons of en
tering their boxs will register their ninnes !
with W. T. WALTER.
PILLS AXTO SAL?3K !
rilHESE wonderful medicines are now so
I familiar to the people that but little
endorsement ot' their valu? as a physic
need lu- made. 'I'h'- Tills of Dr. Maggiel
contain no mineral. They do not gripe,
ami they do not enfeeble the system by ex?
treme purging. They are universal in
CREATING V VIGOROUS APPETITE!
And correspondingly strengthen the diges?
tion. They tone ?he liver, clear the head
and steady the nerves. To those who are
ie>t familiar with the use of ?
1>K. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
As an anti-billions remedy, the following
extracts from various letters will he, it is
hoped, ot' sufficient importance to justify
the ipioting id' them here:
WHAT TUE PAT1KS rs SAY ni?
lli;. MAGGIEL'S RILLS AND SALVE.
"The best Pilhrfor headache I overbad."
"My liver works like an "engine, thanks
to your Pills."
"I am iileased tosayto you. Dr. Maggie',
that 1 would not he without a box uf your
Pills for curing mo of morning nausea for
"Yon will timi enclosed fl. Your Pills
are univ 25cents, but I considerlthemworth
to mc il."
"DKAU DOCTOR: My tongue had. a far on
i? every morning like the hack of a eat.
Your Pills took it away."
"I took haifa pill and crushed it to pow?
der, and gave it m jelly to my little babe
for cholera morbus. The dear little pet
was well in three leers after."
"1 suppose it is hardly worth while to tell
you my burnell foot has got well from t he
use nf your Salve. Enclosed lind 25 cent ?j
for another box to koop in the house."
"Send mc another box of Salve."
. Eiuilosed lind 75 cents for two boxes of
your Maggiel's Pills and one of Salvo."
'? Tliemos! gentle, yet searching, medi?
cine 1 ever swallowed."
MAGGIEL'S PILLS AND SALVE
Ari almost universal in their effects, and a
cnn- can be almost always guaranteed.
FOR BILIOUS DISEASES,
Nothing can he more productive of cure
than these Pills. Their almost magic tu.
tinonee is felt at once; and the usual con?
comitants of this most distressing disease
are remov? d. Tin so remedies are made
from the purest
VEGETARLE COM ROUNDS.
They will not harm the most delicate IV
male, ?old can be given with gooil effect ill
prescribed doses to the youngest babe.
l ui: CUTANEOUS DISORDERS
And all eruptions ot the skin, the Salve is
most invaluable, lt does not heal exter?
nally alone, bu! penetrates with the most
searching < ffects to the very root of thei vii.
DR. M \GCIEL\S PILLS
: \ v VKIAlll.V Cl*UK THK I oi l ow I so i>i-1. \ s: ..:
Asthma. j Headache.
Bowel ( lomplaiuts, ludig? stion,
Coughs, ! lutlueu/.a,
t 'td-ls. j lntlanim.it ion,
Chest Diseases', | Inward Weakness,
Costiveness, Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia, Lowness of Sj.. 111 -.
Diarrho-a, , Bingwortn,
I "Tops v, Bheiimatism,
Debility, "I Salt B he tun,
I'Yvt .? and Ag in . I Scalds.
f.-i.!. /;...-. ?.'..,".,n".s 12 Pill.".
n,"- i-,a is./ /'.
N*?TI?-K. Norn* genuine without the eii
gra veil t rad?- mask a round ea co ? .1 or I >\,
signe.1 by DI.'. .1. MAGGIEL, New York, to
counterfeit which is felonV.
ci-Sohl by all r?-speetabl?- .b-ah-rs in
medicines thl'oUglmUt the I'liited Ktab'-s
and Canadas, al '?Ti cen?:. p?-r I tux or pot.
t-TSi I El? A 11 El NTTSl 1, Columbia, S. C.
.ltily ?? ly
French Medicines in Vogue !
GRIMATJLT & CO.,
Cl,.".?tts I., ll. 1. I!. PriMf Xoi'oleim,
;.i Bl i: B1C1IELIEU, PARIS.
A o M<>i;i-: <:>n> 1.1 vKii ou..
Grimault's Syrup ol' Iodized Horse
SIT RUP ir- employ?.?!, with tho greate?!
success, in pince ?.f Cod Liver Oil, ti?
wi.iel. it i-, infinitely Miperior. li cures
discuses of Hu- ?best , scrofula, lymphatic
disoi-?l'-rs, green si?*kness, muscular atony
audioes of appetite, lt regenerates the
?constitution by |iurifying the blood, being
thus invaluable m the treatment of skin
??isi-ases, ?md is administered with the
great? st cftica?'y to young childi*, u, subject
i i iiumors, or obstruction of the glands.
.Yo M"iv P"i:,rhj ../' the /.Wi timi /'.o'.
Dr. Leras' Phosphate o? Iron.
This m w ferruginous medicine contains
the elements ?ff the blood ami hones, and
Iron in a liip?d state, lt h. differ? nt from
al! hitherto offeivil to the public, is liipiid,
e.dorl.-ss and tasteless, lt speedily eur?-s
chlorosis, pains in the stomach, di Iben ll
digi stion, dysmenorrhu-a, anemia.
The majofityof the Academies of Medi?
cine nf Paris recommend tho Phosphate of
Iron to holies of delicate constitution suf
bring from an. mia, and all other persons
fatigued from over-anxiety, nervous emu?
ll ms, over-work, general debility and poor?
ness ot blood: never causes constipation.
X<> M o UK to A'S I'M l'T IO X.
Grimault's Syrup ot' Hypophosphate
For all diseases nf tho chest. This modi
. . i> invaluable; it is largi ly lined al thc
Brompton ll..;-]?. t-i 1. in London, for con
. umi'l ion, and generali*." approved by the
leading men in England' an?! Franc.-.
P.KTTKIl 77/1 .V rol'MHA. "
Grimault's Vegetable Matico Trijcc
tion and Capsules.
VYhclv all oilier medicines have failed,
i lu -.. pr?parai ??ms will alw ays < ffect a cure.
Tin si insure rapid and i xtraordinary mire
nf severe recent ami chronic cases <d pri?
vate ?liseuse. Thev arc used in the hospi?
tals i 1 Paris by lb?"! ci-l.-brau-d Dr. Uicord,
and an- found gi'eatlj superior toidi hither?
to known mineral remedies and Copaiba
and Oubobs. The injection i> used in r<
cent, and capsules i i tho inure chronic
Grimault's Brazilian Guaran?.
l'or imuu'diab cure of nervous hcad
:u-!i?-, neuralgia: vegetable substance; ? n
tiiviv ?noffetisivi-, of Brazilian origin.
i., e. ia! I.i lu Pan.-, al GRIMAULT
KT I O., i". lin.- Bichelieu: in New York, a!
POI "GER A *\ YAN DEB RIEFT, :W North
William stn . t, CARLTEAU A m., !? and
'X> I-'rankhn st reijt; Charleston, S. C., LINC
A < ASSIUKV.and at ev. r\ good chemist's.
Thos. P. Waiker,
Magistrate and Coroner,
Office in Post Offite Building, Columbi?.
THE following is thc traveling BChedule
on tho route between Columbia and Rich?
mond, ria tho' Charlotte and South Caro
1 eave Columbia Junction, X.00 p. m.; ar?
rive ?t Charlotte, 2.40 a. m. Leave Char?
lotte at 3.00 a. m.; arrive at Greensboro at
8.:50 a. m. Leave Greensboro at M.45 a. m.;
arrive at Richmond at 7.on p. m.
Leave Richmond at 4.00 a. m.; arrive at j
Greensboro at 2.40 p. ni. Leave Greens- I
boro at 3.00 p. m.; arrive at Charlotte al
9.00 p.m. Leave Charlotte at 9.20 j?, m.;
arrive at Columbia Junction at 4.20 a. m.
Spartanburg; and Union Railroad,
UNIONVHXE, s. C., SKIT. 12. 1H6G.
ON ?md after tb.- 17tb inst., the TRAINS
will run on Mondays. Wednesdays and
1 ?own Traills leave Soartanbiirg <'. II. at
Ct.") a. m. Arrive at Alston 2.20p. m.,con?
necting with the Greenville down tram.
Up Trains leave Alston at U.30 a. m., con?
necting with the Greenville up train. Ar?
rive at Spartanburg C. H. at 5.00 n. m.
Arrangements are made by which freight,
through from Charleston amt Columbia,
may be paid on this road.
Sept lil 2mo Pr.-st S. A U. lt. R._
TEE GREAT SOUTHERN
REICHT AM) PASSENGER LINK '. !
THROUGH CHARLESTON !
Via South Carolina Railroad and
/; 17 /;.s / M NTEEO LESS TUA N
THOSE I'UliLISHED HY ANY
<> T ll Ell I. I NE .' .'
COLUMBIA AM) NEW YORK
Reduced to $27.00!
I \T7TtICH ineludes MlftVLS and STATE I
' \V ROOM on Steamers, and Omnibus
I Faro through Charleston.
I Steamships leave Charleston EVERY |
j TIII LSDAV and SATURDAY.
Citr For further information, apply at tho j
ollie.- of the South Carolina Railroad Com- '
I p.HIV. Sept S
? Greenville and Columbia Railroad, j
GEN'L SUl'ERINTEND'TS OFFICE,
< UlLUMlilA, Sept. 12, ISOO. !
ON and after MONDAY te xt. 17th inst.. ?
?I..- Passenger Trains will run daily ?
iSuudavn excepted) until further notice, as I
j follow*: 1
? - av?i Columbia at . 7.15 a. m. j
? .. Alston at. .. 9.0.1 " ?
; .. Newberry al .10.35 " I
! Arrive at Abbeville at . 3.13p. m.
" at Anderson at .5. lu "
? " at Greenville at ..0.40 "
; Leave Creen ville at . 0.00 a. m.
I " Anderson at. . 6.3?) **
I Abbeville;!;. ?.35 -
I .. Newberry at .1.20 .. m.
! Arrivent Alston"at.2.4*.
" al C..lumbla at . 4.10 "
The bridge ai Alston being now com?
pleted, passengers ami freights ?ill be
I transported with..ni delay. Thc expense
>.t' freights, b\ the discolitiimanee nf the
: wagons and boats, will be largely reduct d.
Sept ll J. B. LvsSAi.l.E, Gen. Sup.
: lilli: ?T Tlll?ll BOliTE MIRTH!
! Via Richmond and Danville Rail?
road, from Greensboro, N. C., via
Danville and Richmond, Va., to
Washington, Baltimore, Philadel
i phia and New York.
rnHE travi ling public ?uv inforined that
I this line is n >w fully open, by theeont
; pletinnot the Charlotte and South Caroli
| na Railroad between t ''.lumbla and Char
? Idle. |i?- THRo? C.II PICKETS can Le
purchased at t he Ticket i elie, of the Char?
lotte and Sont li Carolina Uailroad, al Co?
lumbia. THOMAS DODAMEAD,
Sup. ?ichmotid and flauville R. II.
General Superintendent's O?fice,
CHARLOTTE S. C. RAILROAD,
< aU.rMllIA. S. C., August 31, 1M0C.
ON and after SI S DAY. 2d September,
THROUGH PASSENGER TRAINS.
! making el,.s,- connections, ?ill bo run over
; this loud as follows:
Leave Columbia at.. 7.50 p. m.
I Arrive at Charlotte at . 2.50 a.m.
. Leave Charlotte at..... . 9.20p.m.
Arrivent Columbi: at ... 4.20a.m.
Sept I JAS. ANDERSON, Sup't.
Schedule over South Carolina lt R.
GENERAL SUI" I'S OFFICE.
CHAKI.gsTON, s. C., Aug. 'i'1, lsi>'..
ON and alter SUNDAY, September 2, the
Passenger Trams ot this road will run
; the following schedule:
M or . I A THAIN.
i Leave Charleston..r?..'!0 a. m.
j Arrivent Augusta . 2p.m.
! Leave Augusta. ... 10.30 a. m.
I Arrive at Charleston. 7 p.m.
eol.l MKIA I IIAIS.
. Leave Charleston . . .10.50 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia ...... 7.40 p.m.
: Li ave ('..?umbi.i -t.:'.i? a. ?.
Arrive at Charleston.1.30 p. m.
s. pt I H. T. PEAKE, Gcnd Sup t.
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
ci ?AN fi/: OF TIME J
ON and after SUNDAY, June 10,180?,
I rams will run as follows:
Leave charlotte at 11.15 p. m. and 4.30
Tho 11.15 P. m. train mal?es .piek con?
nections willi trains for the North ai Ra?
leigh, and is the
QUICKEST ANI> MOST COM?
FORTABLE ROUTE TO Al Ai
POINTS NORTH AND WEST
F K o M COLUMBIA!!
si- THROUGH TICKETS can be had at
Charlene to all the Northern cities.
E. W ILK I'S.
.Tnne Engineer mid Sitper't.
South Carolina Railroad Company
1 *m C 3j " * ."~."wj.'. '
RECEIVIXG AN!> I '( (RAV'Rl >'i i DEPT,
Cl?AKl.KsToN. .Time j">, i-ia'..
mi IE South Car..ima Uailroad Cmpam
J having re-established ?ts Iteceivinj
and Forwarding Ollice, Merchandize an.
Produce consigned lo its Agent, from tb?
interior to Northern ports ?md from North
ern polis to thc interior, >\ i i ? he eared fo
ami shipped to the point ..f destination.
X'onsigniiiciits to h.- forwarded by se:
must always be accompanied by bills <?
lading ami letter of advice, with instrnc
lions io insure, ir desired.
June 28 E. N. FULLER. B. A F. Ag't.
.JU /lit Ll il
HAN K established a branch oflieo and
manu tao tor v al Columbia, S. c.
The improved AUTOMATIC LEO AND
ARM manufactured by thin company are
unsurpassed by any in the world.
Um* workmen aro practical arti?cial leg
andar?n inakern three of them wearing
legs of their own manufacture.
on;- facilities arc unsurpassed. Our
work warranted ono year. Call and ev?
an-...ur specimens, or address
DANNKLLY, MARSHALL A CO.,
Seeger's building, Columbia, S. t".
OlUocs Madison, Ila., Nashville, 'fenn.,
Columbia, S. C. May UT Gmo
Medical College of the Stat~
of South Carolina.
fllHE Annual Course of Lectures in this I
JL institution will commence ou the tirst I
MONDAY of November next, and termi?
nate on tin- hrs? SATURDAY of March cn- ?
J. EDWARDS HOLBROOK, M. I?., Pro
fessor Emeritus of AnutOmv.
FRANCIS T. MILES, M. D., Professor of
JULIAN J. C1IISOLM, M. D., Professor
E. UEDDINGS, M. D., Professor of In?
stitutes and Practice ol' Medicine.
JAMES MOULTRIE, M. D., Professor of
ROUT A. KINLOCH, M. D., Professor of
Materia Medica and Therapeutics.
Tl IOS. G. PRIOLKAU, M. !>.. Professor I
of Obstetrics ami Diseases ot Women and j
C. C. SHEPARD, M. D.. .'.CU., Profes?
sor of Chemist rv.
SAMUEL LOGAN, M. I.?., Demonstrator
F. L. PARKER. M. D., Assiitant Demon- j
st rat u" of Anatomv.
E. GEDDINGS* M. D., Dean />'o tem.
KXTRAOUOINAt:". o:; StU-l'LKMKNTARY PRO?
E. L. Parker, M. 1)., Anatomy; Samuel j
Logan, M. D., Surgery; P. Jerv?is Robiu
son. M. D., Institutes and Practice of Me?
dicine: George Trescott. M. D. Materia
Meoiea: F. M. 1;.rtson, M. D., Obstetrics.
The Extraordinary Professors lecture I
each twice a week. Course Iree. They !
will also give :!e- Summer Course.
Clinical Instruction at tin- Ci;.- Hospital
by F. Pey re Porcher, M. 1?.
; "li ideal Instruct ion at the Policlinic, con- \
meted willi lin- College, >.i everv VYcdlies- I
dav and Saturday, from '.? to il - ".lick.1
This important charity is now in success- j
lid upi rai ion
Chief of Medical Clinic Prof. E. Ged?
dings. M. D : Assistants, i Jervais Kobi::- ;
sun. M. D . C.-orge Trescott, M. D.
Chil i of Surgical Clinic, Julian .1. Chi-i
soho, M. D." Assistants, Samuel Logan,
M. 1'., F. !.. Park. r. M. I).
FEES FOB THU Corasi.. For th.- Profes?
sors, ill)."); Matriculation, euee. ??: Demon- ?
strator, Sit); Graduation, $31?.
Sept l t "s!?
Por Palatka, j
And all the Landings on the St.1
I HE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
X> I O T A T- O JEl. ,
,1,1)00 TO XS li URTU KN,)
CA PTA i \ Mit is M. CttXETTEK,
TTTILLsail IV.on Ad:;, r's Wharf, ( 'harles
T? ton. S. C.. r..r the above places,!
.-very SA'l UR DAY, al o'clock p. m.. until
further noti..-. *
For freight or passage, apply on board,
or to ollie- ..i the Agen.-v, 17 Vanderhorat's
Wharf, Charleston. S. C.
?I. I?. AIKEN A CO., Agents.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
Pare Seduced to S25.
?..'ii'in>/ e,/e// I'm-' '.r,rij Alternate
ST K A .USill i? E ti i r. v lt. soi* I) KI;.
( ' WT. R. W. Ll ? KU . i. .!>.
C'AIT. C. P. MARSUJI ^N.
rilli ESE STEAMSHIPS, offering ev. rv
I. inducement to SHIPPERS and the.
TRAVELING PU I'd. IC, having superior
accommodations for Passengers, with
tables supplied by . very luxury the N.-u
York ami Charleston markets can alford;
and. for safety, >?.i and comfort, are un?
rivalled ru. the coast.
THE SI EAMSHIP
?VI O N E K A ,
l u ION C. P. MARMIMW,
ITITI LI. LEAVE M di I'll A TLANTIC
VV WHARi'.o:] THURSDAY. Septem! er
2(?, lsor., m .."cluck.
Liberal advances made on consignments
lo N.-.v York.
For Freight m Passage app!\ al the
Ag. i.ts. WILLIS ? C1US?LM,
Sepi 13 North Atlantic Wharf.
COHEN, HANCKEL & CO.,
Factors anil foinmission Merchants,
No. 46 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
I\. on ( . oi. N . C. r. IIAXCKEI.. JOS. COHEN.
""."tnt.I. -el! COTTON. RICE,TORACCO.
W Naval Stores and all descriptions ol
Produce- or Merchandize. Will ?hip t-.
Northern and Foreign Poris. Ac. Will
make liberal advances on consignments for
sab->>r shipment. May IS
WHITE .v MIXER, ??UOT?UIETOKS.
,. THIS POPULAR and well known
fife HOTEL has been NEWLY FI R
J?I?.NISHED throughout by tho present
proprietors, who have boen sixteen years
connected with the establishment.
ii. WHITE, GEO. G. MIXER.
CHAS. A. Mtl.LEE, Cashier. Aug f.
Stallion John Morgan.
THE Blooded Stallion, JOHN
^MORGAN, will stand tho Fall
season in Columbia, commencing
on the 15th inst., fur 120 cash on
lirst service; or $30, if not paid by the ist
October. Uroom's tee, $1.01) in advance
JOHN is a handsome dark-brown hocse;
[.igtit years old; fifteen h ?lids and two
incites* high; sired by "Sailor Hoy?"' wir?
was by ''J?ni Cropper," one ot old Sir
Archy's best sons; his dani by "Whip,"
mt ol' a lino Morgan marc. He can trot a
mile in three minutes, but has never been
trained; has the kindest disposition, and
is very sure. Aug 7 Imo
F. W. W3^&'S
Steam Planing Mill!
J'inkens St?-eel, between Washington awl
tin, cohiiiibin, a. . '.
ON hand ami furnished to or.P r al slim t
notice,-all kinds of dressed LUMBER,
FLOORING. CEILING.SHELVING, WKA
THER-BOAKDING, .Vc Abo, SASHES,
Blind.-. 1).'s,* Mantle-piece Mouldings,
BraeUels. Counters, Tables, .'.e.
Having now in operation full s<*y ol' the
mosl improved machinery, I am prepared
to turn out FIRST-CLASS WOBK, at vety
reasonable figures. All in want of any ma?
terial ?univ line will do well to give mea'
eal!. Aug 1 OHIO
JOHN IZARD MIDDLETON,
mi Commissiou iitrrhanl.
NO. 7 SOUTH STU EET, lt ALTIMORE,
ATTENDS to the purchase of CHAIN.
I'LOUK, GUANO. Ac, and sale of
COLTON. LUMBER and SOUTHERN
Refers to Messrs. Lambert (Uttings A
Co., Mordecai A Co., Bah i more; Os s kio A
Brothers, Richmond; Gourdin, Ms.ttines
sen A Co., Porcher A lino y, Cob. ... Hano
kel ,\ c.. J. 1). Aiken A Co., Cha, 1. lon.S.
C.; Courditi, Matthiesson A Co., Savannah;
Fioher A Lowrauee, Columbia, C.;
Mayes A Martin. Newberry c. li.: James
Pagan, ( le ster, S. C. ' Aug 2.) 2tno
Fall ami Winier importation-18(16.
RIB B O N S,
MILLINERY m STRAW GOODS.
ARllSTltOXb, ( ATOR &10.,
IMPORTERS and .lobb, rs of RIBBONS,
BONNET SILES am! SATINS, VEL?
VETS, RUCHES, FLOWERS, FEATHERS,
Smrtv Bonn.-ls. ?.?ole s' Hats, trimmed and
itutrimmed, Shaki r Hoods,
No. 237 mu? Infix tif '!?'>.) li'tilimuy St.,
( )tl\ r a st.,ek unsurpassed in the F mt ed
States in variety and cheapness.
Orders sohcited and prompt attention
giv. n. 'i'. rm.s .-ash. Aug 25 "lino
New York Advertisements.
Sweet Opopouax Dom Mexico!
\T ATURE could not produce a richer
il gem ur ch ticer-Perfume. Try ii and
be convinced. E. T. SMITH AC ?.,
Sept li) timo New Voi l:.
DE GR A AF & TAYLOR,
.s? rind S'J Lowery mei bo Christie. St., N. Y ,
8TILL continue to be the largest Furni?
ture Manufacturers in the i irv. Parlor,
Lining Ro-.uu and Chamber 1 URNITUKE,
Canopy ami Victoria Bedsteads, for the
Southern trade, at 20 per cent, remotion in
price. s. pi PJ (Uno
STENHOUSE & MACAULAY,
IT*OR the s.d.- of COTTON, COTTON
_T YARNS, SHEETINGS, Naval Stores,
AC, and for the purchase ol Merchandize
generally, itt J', arl Strert, AV/r York.
Consignments t>> us from every point in
the South fully protected bv insurance aa
soon as shipped. -Iulv 14 Iv
J. F. ST EN HOI SE, ALLAN MACAULAY
SOUTHERN BANK NOTES!
SOUTHERN SECURITIES !
ii..ugbt and sold on commission bv
LAWRENCE BROTHERS & CO..
No. IC WALL STREET, .MAY YOUR
MoM.V received on deposit from hanks
bankers, inc.chants and others. Or
lier? o. Cold, Government and other Seen
nt..-.- executed at the regular Stock L>.
..hang, by a member ol i'..e firm. Consign
menta of Cotton solicited. April ?
DEWITT C. LAWKI N. i.. JOHN R. CECIL.
UVKUS J. LAWIIEXOE. WM. A. IIAKSTEO
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
?SITED STATES TYPE FWDR'
VT OS. 2S, :'.i! and wi C< ntre street, (erne
iii of Reade street,) New York. The ty p.
in ..'.ni h this paper is printed is hom lin
il.ov,- Foundry. Nov ls
(.?.mir Broome. Street awl Bowery, N. 1.
'lillis hons,-, capable of aeeoniino.lat ii.j
1 t bri e hundred guests and kept oil lb
?Miropcan plan, is centrally located, am
nar to all points. ('itv ears ?,as.i th
Hotel t.. all the Ferries,*Railroad lVpol
md places of Amusement every tl ire
limul.s. Single Rooms. il.no per dav
loubie. $2.00. J. F. DARROW A CO.,
.Tan 14 ly l*ropiietors.