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-Gold closed in New York firm, at 31$.
_-Cotton closed in New York at 294-firm;
ales 1900 bales.
. Cotton in Liverpool, closed quit; uplands
2?d; Orleans 123d, sales 12.C00 bales.
-We soe b"the New York Weekly that W.
Gilmore Sims, ol South Carolina, is the author
Of th3ir next leading story, which is to be pub
i abed in a short time.
-A benevolent gentleman in Richmond
Offers five dollars to any good-looking young
Woman with a name ending in y, who will never
Hie the termination ie.
-Births, marriages and deaths in an Oregon
j onrnal arc ar juged under the respective
heads of ''Co.ne," -'Fixed to Stay," and "Gone."
The second would not do in Chicago
-The female teachers of San Francisco are
married off more rapidly than their places can
b 0properly supplied. Out of bixteen teachers
i p the Lincoln School, thirteen have been
married within five years- and the other three
were already married.
-Gia:iue, notwithstanding its exceeding
hardness, splits as straight and clean as a chest?
nut stick'. At one of the granite quarries of
Maine recently, a block was split out which
measured ono hundred feet long, eigbt and a
half feei wide, ar-d five feet thick". It weighed
over three hu ridred tons.
-The theatrical critic of a Boston paper
tfolo his account of the first performance of
the n:w English play of "Sohool," at Solwyn's,
bodily from an English paper, but forgot to
cut off the concluding part, which sta'cd that
the author was called before the curtain. As
the author h s never visited this coantry, the
theft wa? at once perceptible.
-A man in Dea Moines, Iowa, boa erected a
dw.liing liouso for himself built mostly of
.pa;-.)r. Ihe weather boardi.ig, inside walls
anil ?mingung are of that material known in the
West as the "Rock River Company's building
paper." Tho cost is about two-thirds that of
the'ordinary materials, and the h J use, it is
said, is warmer than, where plaster and wood
are used. *
. -Sitka is the place where tho traveller
either gains or loses one day in the week. A
person going eas^wardly around tb3 world,
gains tho day which is lost by ono who goes to
the west, and Sitka is the poiut at which tbe
two reckonings meet. Thc Russians who have
j our ney e.1 toward it eastward through Siberia
celebrate their ac-u-domed Sabbath, whde the
Californian, who hos reached it by a westward
j ourney across America, finds the shops shut
and business suspended ou his Saturday.
_^-Tho applicatim of th?? physicians of Maine
rima BBS nuuivbh.^ uuom--.... --...??? tux
dissection, which bas be?n refused by a dozen
egislaturea, bas new taken the shape of a bill
which is thought? to bo unobjectionable. It
delivers into the hands of the fraternity tho
- bodiea of any persons dying in their city or
town. State prison or jail, whose burial must
be at tho public expense, provided the de?
ceased make no request to be buried, or if his
remains aro not claimed by friends or kindred.
-A spring wagon has been invented by a
. gentleman ia Mayshck, Ey., whiol he proposes
to run wu bout, any kind of animal or steam
power. He has already perfected a small model,
which runs up or down hill very rapidly. The
power is receivedfrom an immense coiled steel
spring, which wi'l run for half an hour without
being wound up. In going up hill the spring
exhausts itself, but in going down hiU it winds
i tself up. The inventor ckims that ho can
earry very heavy loads over any ordinary rood.
-The editor ot the Montgomery Daily Mail
writes from Louisville the following melan?
choly paragraph : "Yesterday I had an inter?
view with Mr. Prentice. He is not tho man he
was ten years ago. Indeed, his genius is gone
and his person is a mere wreck. His family is
broken up-wife dead, one son killed on the
Confederate side; another settled on a farm
down the river-and the old man, verging on
three score and ten, cooks his breakfast and
dinner in his little room on the third floor of
the Courier building, and lives only in conver?
sations about the past. This man once wielded
an imperial power witb his wit and his music.
Mow, tbe world has whirled past him, and be
1 ies on the shore a mere strandod wreck."
. -A Washington telegram of the 5th instant
says: President Grant's father aud brother,
Orville Grant, a merchant in Chicago, are hore,
In conversation with the old gentleman I
- asked him if Mrs. Grant, the General's mother,
Would be here for the inauguration? "No,"
he said, " ? tried to coax ber and bribo her to
come, bat she wouldn't-I did not scold her
about it, for I never did scold her and I am tro
old to begin now. She said, 'Pap, do you
'. think I would go to Washington and be stared
at by flfty* thousand peoplo, and have every
stitch on me printed m fi.'ty newspapers? No,
indeed.' She need not stay away on that ac?
count," said . tho old gentleman, " for she
would have looked as smart as anybody here;
but she and Ulysses are a good deal alike, and
once ber mind \va3 made up tbore was no usc
talking to ber any moro about i'.."
-Secretary Seward'sro[,!y to the complimen?
tary letter of tho oifijors ol' the State Depart?
ment, after thanking them for their good
wishes, conc'ules as follows: "Gentlcmou, it
would be as idle as it would bo presumptuous
for us to undertake to fix a standard for the
popular appreciation ol our own services, Ihat
will bo tho tasL of history, which delights in
contemplating stu ?omly tho vicissitudes of
nations, and that tasK can only bo performed
when wo shall bavo ceased to bo. Lot us,
therefore, bo content for tho present with
claiming for ourselves and concodiug to cadi
other the humble pretension that whatever
may be the errors which history may at any?
time detect, these eirors havo been in all
cases crrora ol'judgment and not of motive or
purpose. In tho natno of the Prcsidout ol tho
United Status I trfuuk you all, and each of
you, for the efficiency, fidelity, ability ana
courtesy with whioh you have performed your
several tasas; and I pray Gt d to have you all
constintly, with your rospocive families and
friends, in His holy keeping.''
-Mrs. Captain Alaguiro is a living evidence
of the ability-of woman to discharge tho du?
ties of positions generally fi.'led by the sterner
sex. Her busbii.d, who wt.s captain of the
ship Chieftain, was prostrated #ith fever while
on a voyage from Calcutta to New York. Both
bis mates were inexperienced, and neither had
ever commanded a vessel. "You have been
With me twenty years on my voyager;," he said
to his wife, calling her to his berth. "I wa
you to take command ot the ship. Will yon i
it ?" "I will," she answered. "I am coi
mander of this ship by my husband's orders
slio said to tho crew. "You will obey mo
su'ib." Promptly ehe took command, ai
faithfully and well the crow obeyed her. Si
knew every spar and rope and sail <
the vessel. She knew every word
command. She made all the observ
tions herself. She kept the lo?-book. SI
was on deck at all hours of the day and nigt
Sho watched the barometer. She noted tl
shifting olouds and varying broezes. She w
de facto captain. But in thc midst of b
manifold duties she never failed in attentioi
to her sick husband. At St. Helena the Uniti
States Consul-it being the opinion of the ph
sicians there that Captain Maguire would n
live-desired te put another captain on boar
but sho resolutely joined hor husband in opp
sition to any such disposal of the cominan
and on Tuesday evening brought the vess
safely into New York. Mrs. Maguire ia satd
be a thoroughly sensible woman, with undout
edly a good deal of the masculine in her comp
sition, but yet entirely and pleasingly woman!
She is tall, almost Amazonian in fact, b
though strong aud able-bodied, show.- none
those physical psculiar: ties and angular poi j
edness characteristic ot our modern school
TUESDAY MORNrNG, MARCH 9, 1869.
GovTBorScott-The Grew, cul umulutm
Wei all remember that ia Ootober la
Governor Scott published a proclamation d
daring that the laws were "being violated
and the officers of the law "set at defiance
in ten couniias of the State, incladii
Edgefield, Abbeville and Anderson. '1
this proclamation it was also charged thi
the Democrats vere conspiring to overavi
their political opponent?, and th^ the higl
ways of the State were picketed and pa
rolled by bands of armed Democrats, wb
abused and assaulted all who differed wit
them in public opinion. This proclamatio
was known to bc, for the most part, antral
an. 'Va grains of fact which it did coi
tain were BO garbled and distorted as t
produce aa impression altogether false
But party excitement ran high, and whet
one week later, Governor Scott published
second proclamation, in which he said tba
an address issued by the Executive Commit
tee of the Democratic party had produce
"beneficial results," and bad "quieted ap
"prehension and conciliated respect am
"good will," it was looked upon ss a milt
way of crying peccavi! and tho subject wa
allowed to drop.
It seems, however, that Governor Scot
does not appreciate the courtesy with whioi
he bas boen treated by the Democracy o
the State. Governor Scott was elected, tu
he well knows, by negro votes, and against
the wishes and desires of ninety-nine ene
hundredths of the whito people of South
Carolina. This circumstance may be of nt
consequence to him, for he probably cared
but little so long as, hy hook or by crook,
he obtained the enjoyment of the sweel
emoluments of office. But tux manner ol
his election cannot be forgotten by the white
neople, wjio have proved their generosity
and u"nocfiahu??8by TheTorbear?no? "wales
they have exercised towards the new ad?
ministration, and by their willingness to
allow Governor Soott to show by his con?
duct the stuff of which he was made. This
paper ha? jiven Governor Scott full credit
for his assumed good intentions. It has gone
further, and has been silent when perhaps
it would have been wiser to speak. There
was no desire on our part te hamper the
State Executive, or to overthrow thc fabric
of pretty promises and honied words. But
forbearance and temperance have been of
no avail, and Governor Scott is no more
wise and no more just at this hour than he
was six months ago. Experience has taught
him nothing, and the information of which
he now makes use is as false as that which
was the corner-stone of his proclamation
of October last.
This may seem to the outside world an
extreme statement. They who think so
should read the sworn testimony of Gov?
ernor Scott io the Congressional contested
election case, a portion of which testimony
we publish this morning. Mr. Reed, the
Democratic candidate, was unquestionably
elected; but his seat is contested by the de?
feated Radical oandidate, now, for oursins
one of the justices of the Supreme Court of
the State. Goveraor Scott is called up by
H?ge as a witness, aal oa tho stand aud
upon oath repeats, with variations, the
romaneo of violence and wrong which was
proved to be utterly without fouudation
when it first saw the broad light of day.
This "Goveraor of South Carolina" says that
"the Democratic party was orgauized for
"the purpose of preventing the officers ol
"the law from enforcing thc law against
"any of their partisans," and that the Demo?
cratic clubs "were providing themselves
"with sixteen shooters and Winchester rifles,
"with the declared purpose of first control?
ling the election by kiping the negroes
"away from the polls, oad if resistance was
"made they would shoot'thc negroes down,
"and thereby prevent the more timid from
"attending at all." Also, that no election
was held in ElgofieM because a commis?
sioner of elections whom he appointed "re?
paired all his time to save his life," and
it was too late to appoint another. Also,
that "there was ecarccly a mail received at
"the Executive Department during the
"months of September, Octoberand Novem?
ber, 186S," that did not contain "ono or
"more letters reporting thc murder of citi?
zens of the county." Also, that iu the
event of the election of Scyaour and Blair
then was to have been "another (Demo
"cratic) rebellion." These arc fair speci?
mens of the wnole story.
Now we do not hesitate to say that this
statement of Governor Scott io devoid of all
substantial foundation. According to his
own admission he knows nothing of his own
knowledge, but relies upon the statements
of timid negroes and Radical spies. The
plan was, and we suppose ie, to believe all
the taleB told by the members of the Radi?
cal cohort, and to disbelieve every word
that falls from the lips of any man who has
the misfortune to be a responsible and rc-,
The Abbeville Press, which publishes
Goveraor Scott's testimony in full, says that :
it will soon have the pleasure of offering
testimony "full, explicit und satisfactory,
"which will lurnish a conclusive answer to
"all nud singular the counts of this quasi
"official indictment rtgainnt the good name
"of a wliole p?ople." This cm be done
and we hope that it will bu doue. The lie
should be nailed to the counter.
In tho meanwhile let "it stand upon thc
record that Governor Scott has charged
this people with crimes of which they are
wholly innocent, and that he has done this
in cold blood, after six monlhB reflection,
and in thc face of the solemn denials of the
persons whom he bas villified and slander?
ed. The official term of Governor Scott
will not endure for ever, and if he has any
regard for the opinion of honest men he
will at once change his course and so act.
?ts to avoid being handed down to history as
our "Great Calumniator," who was elected
by negro votes, and who spent his whole
term of office in abusing tho white race,
and ia pandering to the passions of the
delude ! and ignorant freedmen.
Encouragement to Crime.
At the last term of the JE Igefield Court
Hillery Hardy and Lewis Freemen, two
negroes, were tried for the murder of Mrs.
Elkins with suspicion of rape. The case oc?
cupied three days and ended in a mistrial
Soon after this result was reached, as we
learn from the Unionvillo Times, the pris?
oners were released from jail upon their
own recognizance by authority o? Judge
This course is contrary to all practice and
custom, and is a breach of every law de?
signed for the well being and security of
society. In no case of which we have
knowledge is a mistrial permitted to do
more than lead te some reduction in the
amount of bail which would have been re?
quired before a trial. This is bul just, for
the failure to acquit proves ' a part of
the jury at least is persuaded of the guilt
of the accused, while the failure to convict
proves that one juror at least believes the
prisoner innocent. Yet Judge Platt sets
ali decency and salutary rule at defiance,
releases two negroes charged with two or'
the highest offences known to the law, and
takes as security for their reappearance
their own recognizance, which as he knows
well enough is not worth the paper upon
which it is writen.
It may as well be understood now as later
that the public will not submit to this mock?
ery of justice, th is encouragement to crime.
If we have judges and juries, let them give
us justice; if wc caunot have justice under
the law of the State, we must have it under
the old law of an eye for au eye and a tooth
for a tooth.
We call upon our contemporaries through?
out the State to scrutinize this proceeding
OD the part of Judge Zephaniah Platt ; and
we trust that their words will ring out
frankly and fearlessly in denunciation of a
line of conduct which, if persevere1, in, will
persuade the negroes that they alone are
never guilty, and that certain courts in
the State will not dare to punish them
whatover they may chose to do.
OWING to the total failure of the'Noirth
ern mail yesterday beyond Richmond, we
are unable to give our readers this morning
the opinions of the Northern press on the
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OF* ICE OF UDOLVUO W?LPE.
So.'c Imp?t ?cr of the i'eliiedam A rnm?iir Schnapps, ,
No. 23 Kcavcr-st?-cct.
NEW VonK, Nov.raber & 18C8.
To thc People of tlic Southern State? :
WHJBN THE PURE MEDICIN AL RECTOR\TIVK.
now ao widely known as WOLFE'S SCHIED \M
SC'dN A PPS, was inlroduced into tho world under
the endorsement of four thousand Icad-n; members
of tbe medical profession some twenty years ORO, it?
proprietor was well aware tliat it could not wholly
escapo th?) -penalty attached to all n<-w ami useiul
preparations. He, therefore, endeavored lo invest il
with strongest possible fafcjuard against counter?
feiters, and to lender all attempts to rirate it diffi?
cult and d : nacrous. It wa? submitted to distin?
guished chemists for analysis, and pronounced Dy
them the pnrest spirit ever manufactured. Its puri?
ty and properties having open tbus ascertained, sam?
ples of the article were forwarded to ten tbonsand
physicians, including all the leading practitioners in
tlie United Slates, for purposes of experiment. A
circular, requesting a trial of tbe preparation and a
report of thc result, accompanied each specimen.
Four thousand of tho most eminent medical men in
tlie Union promptly responded. Their opinions <5f
the article were unanimously favorable. Sncb a
preparation, they said, had lona been wanted by
the profession, a" no reliance could be placed on the
ordinary liquors of commerce, all of which were
more or less adulterated, and therefore unlit for
medical purposes; The peculiar exellcnce and
strength of thc ol of jumper, which formed one of
the principal ingredients or the Schnapps, together
with :-.n unalloyed character of the alcoholic ele?
ment, give it, in the estimation of the faculty, a
marked superiority over every other diffusive sd mu?
ant as a diuretic, tonic and restorative.
These satisfactory credentials from professional
men of the highest rank were published in a con?
densed form, and enclosed with each bottle of the
Schnapps, as one of tbe gu?ranteos of its genuine?
ness. Other precautions against fraud wore also
adopted ; a patent was obtained for the article, the
label was copyrighted, aloe simile of the proprietor's
autograph signature was attached to each label and
cover, his name and that of the preparation were em?
bossed on thc bottles, and thc corks were sealed with
his private seal. No article had ever been sold in
this country under the nome of Schnapps prior to
the introduction of Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps, in 1851; and the label was deposited, as
his trade mark, in the United States District Court
for the Southern District of New York daring that
It might bo supposed by persons unacquainted
with the daring character of the pirates who prey
npon the reputation ol honorable merchants by vend?
ing deleterious trash under their nama', that the pro?
tections BO carefully thrown around these Schnapps
wonld have precluded the Introductions and salo of
counterfeits. They seem, however, only to have
stimula'ed tho rapacity of impostor-. The trade
mark ot thj proprietor has been stolen; the Indorse?
ment which his Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps alone
received from tho medical profession bas been
claimed by mendacious humbugs; his labels and
bottles have been imitated, his advertisements para?
phrased, his circulars copied, and worso than all,
dishonorable retailers, after disposing of tho genuine
contents of his bottles, have tided thom up with
common gin, the most deleterious of all liquors, and
thus mado his name anti brind a cover for poison.
iho public, the medical profession and the sick,
for whom tho Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is pre?
scribed us a remedy, aro equally interests.) with thu
proprietor in thcdotcciion und suppression of those
nefarious piacticcs. Tho genuine article, manufac?
tured at thc establishment of the undersigned in
chicdam, H olland, is distilled fren a barley of ibe
finest quality, und flavored With an essential extract
of tho Derry of the Italian juniper, of unequalled pu?
rity. By a proco?9 unknown in the preparation of
any other liquor, it ls treed from every acrimonious
sud corro? i vc element
Complaints buvo been rorcivod from tho leading.
physicians and families in the Southern States of
Un- sale of cheap imitations of the Schiedam Aro?
matic fcbmpps in those markets; and travellers,
who ore in thc habit ol using it as an antidoto to the
baneful Influence of unwholesome rivor waler, tes?
tify that cheap gin, put up in Schiedam bottles, is
frequently palmed c?^a?^^rJ-U0 unwary. The
instiiute inquiries os the subject, and to forward to
him the names of such parties os they may osc.r
tala to be engaged in the atrocious system of decep?
tion. In conclusion, tho undersigned would say that
be has produced, from under the hands of the mo.-t
distinguished men of science ia Amanea, proofs un
answerable of tbe purity and medicinal excel?
lence of the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps ; that
Uo bas expended many thousand dollars in sur?
rounding it with guarantees and safeguards, which
he designed should proiect the public and blmeelf
against iraudulent imitations; that he has shown it
to be tho only liquor m the world that can be uni?
formly depended npon aj unadulterated; that lie has
challenged investigation, analysis, comparison and
experiment mall Its lorms; and from every ordoal
the preparation whi.hbears his name, tool and trade
mark, has como off triumphant. He, Ibm clore, feels
it a duty he owes to his lellow-citiz'ns generally, to
tho medical profession and the sick, to donounco
and expose the charlatans who counterfeit these evi?
dencies of identity, and ho calls upon the press and
Ibo public to aid bim in his efforts to remedy so great
Tho following letters aud certificates from tbe
leading physicians and chemstd of this city will
prove to the reader that all goods sold by tbe under?
signed aro all tbat they are repre- cntcd io be.
I Jool bound to say, that I regard your Schnapps
as being in every respect pre-eminently pure, und
deserving ot medica! patronage. At all events, it is
the purest possible article, of Holland Oin, heroto
lore unotituioaole, ?nd us such muy be safely pr.
scribed by physician*.
DAVID L. MO n, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York
16 FINE-STREET, NEW YORK, I
November 21,1867. J
UDOLPHO WOLFE, ?sq., Present:
Dear Sir-I have made a chemical examination of
a sample of your tChiedum schnapps, with the in?
tent ut' determining if any forcigu or injurious sub?
stance had beou adicd to ihr simple distilled spirits.
lue examinationhas resulted in UlO conclusion
that the sample coitaincd no poisonous or harmful
admixture. 1 ha'e i e?.n unablo to discover any
truce oi thc deleterious substances wich uro em?
ployed in the adulteration of liquors. 1 would not
hesitate to usc myielf or to .'ccoinniind toothers,
tor medicinul purpws, tho Scbicduin Schnapps as
un cxculleut und unobjectionable variety ul gin.
Yeryrespect i ully yours,
(Signed,) CHAS. A. SEELY, Chemist.
NEW Tax, No. 53 CEDAR-STREET * I
Novuinucr 2?, 1807. j
UDOLPDO WOLFE, Isq.. Present .
Dear Sir-', na vi submitted to chemical analysis
two bottles ot "aciicduin bcJinapps," wnich 1 took
iront a Iresh packajo in your bun .rd warehouse, ana
lind, a* before, trat thc spirituous liquor is iree
irom injurious iujfedionU or falsification; thut ic
has thu marks ot mug aged aud not recently pre?
pared ny uii-ebaural admixture of alcohol aud aro?
Kespectfully, FKED. F. M A Y MK,
NEW YORK, Tuesday, May 1.
UDOLPHO WOLFE, ?sy. :
Otar Sir-Tl.' vaut ol' pure Wines and Liquors
lor medicinal purples hu-f boon long tell by the pro
lesfion, and uiousJiJs ol lives havo been sacrificed
by ihe usu ol aduliuatcd articles Delirium tremens,
und otb. i diseuse: o. lbj oraiu and u. rves, so rile
in lins eouutry, are very rare in Europe, o.viug, iii a
great divroe, to Un J i lie reu ce n inc pinny of the
We ba\c teated llo sevoiul urtich ? imported and
sold by yon, ?uuiuuug your Oin, which you selluu
der the name of .tranatic ochiedaiu aebnapps, whicn
wu cousiUtr justly iiitltied louie high reputation ll
hai KcqUjrvxl lu ihn country; .iud u-uui your long ex?
po ieueu as a loregu iiupurl.r, your Uottlcd Wines
aud Liquors shouK meet w.tu ino same demand.
Wc would reeouiueud you to appoiui some ot the
rcspuctaOle upomuarios in different parts ol' tu- city
as agents lor ibu tam ol'your I franni es and Wines,
wuere ibo professuu eau obtain ihe suuiu when
needed tor medieimipurposes. .
Wishing you sucosa iu j our now enterprise
We reman, your obedient -ervants,
VALENTINE Mo J.'.'. Al. it., frofesror ul aurgory,
University Mi-dcul College, New i'o.k.
J. M. OAUNOCHAN, M. D., Frofesuor of Cliuical
Mirgery, surgum-ini hiei to ino ante Hospital,
kc, So. li lute: Mxtcentii-street.
LEWI* A. h A Y Kb, M. 1-., No. "U J Broadway.
H P. i'E WEfc>, M ?J.. No. 7'Jl broadway.
JOSiiPH WUJfciUtC M. D., ?\o. lao Ninth-street.
NJbE.M?N SlEiXE,tU. D., No. 37 Ulecker-strcet.
JOUN<'J,KEIL..YI tl. h., No. ?JUFouith street.
ii. L KAKH A i-l., M D., tfrous-sur ot tbe Principles
aud Practico ot aur0ery, New lort Medical Col?
lege, fcc, No. OINmtu-.-itruet, ?iud others.
Thc proprietor alffl offers for salo.
BOTTLED VUNE8 AND LIQUORS,
Imported and bottled by himself, expressly tor me?
dicinal use. Each rott.e ht, his certif?cale of its pu
..ty. tUOLPHU WOLFK.
February 24 19
CA'CULI*.'.V CHAPTER, Mo. 1, R.A. M.
THE REGULAR CONYOCAIII-N OF CVROLINA
CHAPTEH, No. 1, R. A M., will be held ut Ma
souic Hall 'J ms EVESIISO at seven o'c'oelc precisely.
jnsEPH ?. OrPItXHKIM.
March 9 1 Secretary C. C. No. 1. B. *. M.
I. O. O. K.-JEFFERSON LODGE, No 1.
RE BL GULAR MEK'I ING OP THIS LODGE
w?ll be held Tnw EVENINO at seven o'clock
precLoIv*. Pur dual attendance of the members is
earnestly requested. J. L. LUNSFOR?,
March 9 tn Secretary.
CHARLES I ON RIFLEMEN SOCIETY.
Al TEM n T B K REOG L ?. U M' >N T H LY M E S CI S G
of your society, at hoT-piM nevon o'clock J His
EVr.NiuR, Marca 9.
Be punctual, as ous'ness of importance will bo
trau>aetcd. K. EUG ION E DURBKC.
March 9 ?ccratary aud Treasurer O. I?. P.
SOUTH CAROLINA FltlENDl/Y
AREGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THIS
society will bo held '1 BIS EVENTNO, at Arnold's
Hail, corner of Meeting and J hn-street-, at half
past Seven o'clock.
Bv or.ior. F. HISCH, So rotary.
SURVIVORS' ASSOCIATION OF
THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE ASSOCIA?
TION will be held ot Seven o'clock TH'S EVKN
rso, at tho Beading Room, No. 3 Broad-strcel, se;
ond story. A lull attendance is desired, as tbs Com?
mittee on Celebration ot Anniversary will report.
By order. JAMES ARMSTRONG, Ja.,
Ma-ch 9 Secretary.
ST. PATRICK'S BENEVOLENT SO?
THE MEMBERS OF TBE ST. PATRICK'S BE?
NEVOLENT SOCIETY wiU attend the regular
Monthly Meeting. 1 HIS EVENING, at Masonic Hall,
at Bight o'clock. A full attendance is necessary, as
arrangements will be perfect d for the Anniversary.
Marsh 9 1 W. BA EU:, Secretary.
SadMes, gamest (tic
^MCCLELLAN SADDLES I
BUGGY AND CARRIAGE HARNESS,
AND SADDLERY LEATHER, ?c.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS NOW ON HAND A
laren stock of old and new McClellan Saddles,
Government Harness for two, tour, six horses. Also,
fine English hommersef HADDLliH, Bridles, Bitt,
Ac . Ac, together with avanel assort mont of the
findings n'ccs^ary to manufacturer?. He ls prepared
to sell to dealers, Plough Bridles and Ploagh Gear?
ing generally at New York factory prices. Oak
lanced Loather by tho single side or roll st low
figures. F.F. CHAPEAU,
MoeUng-slreet noxt Mills House.
March 9 tutbslmo
CARRIAGE MATERIALS, LEATHER, &c.
THE UNDFRSIGNED BEG TO CALL ATTEN?
TION to their larce and complete Stock of
SADDLES, BRU LES, HARNESS, and all kinds of
CARRIAGE MATERIALS which they offer at
Wholesale and Retail upon the mo.n favorable terms.
flS-OBDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
JENNINGS, THOM LIN SO* 6i CO.,
No. 169 MEETING-STREET,
Opposite Charleston He tel.
N. B.-Also, Second hand Government MCCLEL?
Ma-ch 4 i Imo
Mices tn Banhriintnj.
IN THE DISTRICT OOURT OF THE
?N11 ED S r A t KS, FOR SOUTH OAROLINA
JANUARY TERM, 1869.-IN THE MATTER OF
ALBERT BAatlTCH, OF CHARLESTON, 8. C.,
BAJiEROPT-PETITION FOR TULL ANS
FI >AL DIBCHAMK IN BANKRUPTCY-Or?
dered, That a hearing bo bad on thc TWENTT-FOURTO
DAY aw MABCH. 1869, at tbs Federal Court?
house in Charleston. . C. ( and that aU Cr o d i to - ?, hs.,
of said Bankrupt appear atsaiJ time and plaoe. aod
show cause. If any they san, Why the prayer of Ihe
petian??r should not bo granted.
Bs- order ot the Oonrt, the 8th day of March. 1889.
DANIEL Hi >H LBICK,
??li Of As District Cour. of the U. S. for lt. 0.
March 9^ tu3
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
L UNITED^ STATES, FOB THE DlsTRICT OF
RE. JOHN HUFFMAN, BANKRUPT^*r*X PARTE
CU ARLES B. GLOVE?, ASSIGNEE.-Notice is
hereby RiVrn that all Creditors holding Liens
on tho Estate of JOAN HOFFMAN, a Bankrupt,
must prove their Liens bfforo JCLIU-t C. CAH
PBNTER. Esq., Registrar in Bankruptcy, at his
office, No 72 broad street, in the City oi Charleston,
on or befere the TWENTY-NINTH DAX or MABCH
By order of Hon. Gc orge 8. Bryan, Judge of tho
District Court ot tho United States for (UP District
of South i arolloa. 0. B. GLOVES,
March 8, 1809. Assigui e.
March 9 tu3
[N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNI1ED 81 Al ES-FOR THE DI-tTKlTTC OF
SOUTH CAROLINA.-IN THE MAiTER OF NA
THANIEL HKYWARD, HANKBUPT-IN "ANK
RUPTCY.-To whom it may concern: The undersigned
hereby gives entice of bis appointment as ?ssLmec
of NATH \N EL HEY WARD, of Charleston, in the Dis.
tnet of Charleston ?nd state of Benth Car dina, with
in'said Dl-trlct, who has been adjudged a bankrupt
upon his own petition, by ihe Disirict Court of said
Outed the 23d doy of February, A. D. 18C9.
. J. FRASER MATH EWES, Assignee.
February 23 tu3
THOR SALE, A VWRY HANDSOME SAD
JC DLK MABE. Bound, well broken and gentle.
Apply to 1.1 EA-?Ell MATHEWE3, Broad-street.
March H ^ 2*
AT PRIVATE SALE, THAT FINE
STAND with fixtures for a Grocery, corner
Calhoun and East Buy streets. No. 35. Apply ON
PREMISES._theta Jauuary 21
STEAM ENGINES FOR SAL.E CHEAP,
ff applied tor immediately
(lj One 12 horse Portable ESPINE
(ll One 4-borse Portable Engine.
(1) One 8-horsc-powcr ENGINE, in good condition.
CAMERON, BARKLEY k CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland-streets.
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
any autntity. Price 75 coats per hundred
Ihe cheapest wrapping paper that can bo used. Ap
ply at tho office of TH E N fe. WS. March 1
EEMOVAL.-THE KCBSCMIBKR IIA S
Ibis day removed his Bakery re ablishmcnt
lr. m No. 97 King-street to No 3CI KING-?<TKEE1',
above Georg'-stroft, where he will he happy to see
his old customers end the public generally.
A. F. MELCHER?;
No. 381 King-street, above George-street.
March 9 5
PRIVATE BOA RO IN SUMM KR VI Ll? E.
For intoriuiiliou. uppiy lo Mr. E. T. HUGUES,
ut thc First National Bauk.
March 2 tuf4
rnilE UNDERSIGN EU HAYE ENTER.
X ED into co? artnendilp uuder the name of
KNOBELOCH & SMALL, for thc purposo o. carry?
ing on a WHOLESALE FL'.?UR AND OoAIMItsluN
BUSINESS, ut No. 78 l ast Biv.
W KNOBF.i 0 ;K. Jr.,
JOHN J. SMALL.
February 23 DAC luths
LAW Ml (TC IC_THE I'NUER.^IGNEO
have this du? formed a Cop.irtner-hip tor the
practice <>f I AW AND LQUI i Y in -uraler und ad?
joining Counties, aud io the United Sta c- Courts for
the District of South Carolina, under the name and
style of KU HAKDSON ? M'iSB-.
JAMES lt G. RICHARDSON.
M >N I GOMERY MOsEs.
Sunter, S. P.. Fcbiuiry 3. l eb-uarv 9
No. CO BROAD-STREET,
TRANSIENT, FAMILIES and DAY BOABD at tho
most resouuble terms, by
Mrs. R. C. WNNfY.
January 30 stuth3mo
Camden, S. C.
TRAVELLERS WILL FIND fiOOD AND CLEAN
BOOMS, a good Table, and every attention requisite
to their comfort.
Try me and judge for yourselves. Charges rea?
sonable. H. G. R0BIN80N,
February ? lui* Proprietor.
Tuesday Evening, .Hareh 9, 1869.
SECOND NI0HT OF THE
EINESr COMBINATION IN AMERICA 1
Reduced to a Science by the
FR KD K KICK II A \ L O .V.
Miss EMILY THORN, Mr. and Mrs. BRENNAN
BL \ .MPH IN, the ''LITTLE MIDGETS,"
HAWLEY and MIACO, and SYL
VANI and BENEDICT,
Secure scats at HOLME ,' BOOK STORE without
extra cb arge.
?3-ADMISSION si; Colored seats 76 cents; Chil?
dren nuder 10 years 60cents.
Opens at 7 o'clock; Performaance begins at 8.
49?All orders tor tfKLOCIPEDKS must be ad?
dressed to U AN LON BRO I HERS. Hanlon's Veloci?
pede Ball, No. 786 broadway, corner Tenth-strett,
New York city.
?S-Only HANLON MATINEE, for Schools and
Families, SATURDAY AFTERNOON. March 13.
E. P. KENDALL, Business Manager.
FRED LAWRENCE, Agent. March 0
EY GOODS ! DRY GOODS !
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
No. Q48 King-street,
BEG LEAVE TO BBAW THE ATTENTION OF THE
FUBLC TO THEIR VE h Y EXTENSIVE ABD
WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
Fresh and Fashionable Dry Goods,
DRESS GOODS, WHITE GOODS, SILKS
EMBROIDERIES, LACES, RIBBONS.
NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES
TOWELINGS, DIAPEB3, IRISH LINENS
CALICOES, GINGHAMS, SHIR UNG*
SHEETINGS AND PILLOW CASING, in
Bleached and Brown. .
We icviie esopeclal attention to our large Stock of
Dress Goods, Cloths and Embroi?
Which will be found very completo and reasonable.
A call is respectfully solicited.
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
NO. 348 KHG-STHEKT,
BEI WEEN MARKET AND HABEL STREETS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS
WE BEG TO INFOBM THE LADIES AND OUR
Customers in genera], inst we have jost re?
ceived jin addil'on to our usual stock of DOMESTIC
and FANCY GOaLS], a new supply suitable for the
Beautiful Styles of oFuTNG DRESS GOODS, Bt
CLOAKa, DRY DOODS, POPLINS, ic, at reduced
B> avy Balmoral Skirts at$l
Very choice article Black Silk at S2 25
Ladles' super Merino Vests only $1
G o.-' nu m ty Kid Gloves at SI
160 d.izcn BOOP tsKlUlS, 60 to 60c
Nice Quality Spring Calicoes at 12>i couts
Uttouh. imer's celcorated French CORSET, $1 00
and upward '?
A lull and complete assortment oPQorman and Eng?
lish HO?IcRY,frum 1J>? up
A fino a- sortineut of Ladies' and Children's Bilk, Ber?
lin dodi and Lisle GLOVES, elegant designs.
A good selection ot
BLANKETS, COMFORTS, QUILTS
TABLE DAMASKS, &c,
At the lowest figures.
We would also notify our patrons that w- have ar
ranaed a separate department ni our Store exclu?
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, &c.
AW ENTBANCE ON CALHOON-STREET.
FUKCHGOTT di BUDS.,
No. 437 KIN G-&IP. ELT.
December ll 3mo
: SPRING 1869.
FASHIONABLE D*Y GOODS.
LORD & TAYLOR
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS TO EXTEND
would respectfully inform
S O D T tl li U N I! ( I li lt S
that their stock during tho coming season will be
LARGER AND MORE COMPLETE
than ever b fore, and an inspection of it before put
obasin;: elsewhere i? so lcitod.
Having their own buyers iu each of tbe principal
Eu opean marketa, th . will be able to maintain thu
long es He llshed reputa, io i ot ih.i bouso tor keeping
dc8ir..bl-, Bal ab a goo.is ol' w. ich, also, their long
experience as MieecssfuJ ret .tiers is ample guarantee.
Iheseve al ".-arm n's are, viz: .-ILK-, Llt-.-s
GO' D', OLO'B- -HAWL"?, i LO K-, UPHOLS
i>KY, LINtN'. WHITE OoOI'S, UOSHM Y and
'JLOViis, LADIES and CuII.DUEN'n UiFir
T1NG, ineacb of whiu-i will be lound goods selcet
cd es lecully to meet the d. mauds of southern cus?
Samples of N"W Goods sout upon application.
LOUD A" TAYLOR.
Nos 461. 461 463 i 407 nroadway, 1 y ,
Nos. ?55. 257, -25.1 k a6l Grand-street, J c lu"'
WUOL. SALE WAREllOOMS:
Nos. 4M to 4o7 u.oadway, on rance on Grand-st.
.March 2 Dno*
rr\o ii L s i \ i : > s DI EK.
THE SUMTER NEWS,
PUBLISHED AT SUMTER, S. C.,
I- O.s'E OF TBE BE* T PAPER-I IN THE TJP
CODNTKY; hus u larne circu ation. and affords su?
perior advantages as an advertising medium. Terms
low. Sddrcs DARR i 0>TEEN,
No. 1 BRO AD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. a,
MINER, SHIPPER AND DEALER
South Carolina Native Bone Phacphate.
rAAA FACES LIVERPOOL SALT, SACKS
?UUU large and in good order. For tale kj.
March 9 Ba VEIN BL A t/U.
rn BOX 158 IMPORTED CHAMPAGNES, Tarions
OU Brands . '
60 boxes Rhenish, flaret and GraTca Wines
100 cases Cbampaffoe Cider
25 bbl*. Cider and White Wine Vinegar,
rorsaleby CLAOIUS & WITTE.
BAGGING, TOFFEE, &c.
A AAA X*BD:i DUNDEE BAGGING
4tUUU 100 bags Bio, Laguayra and Java
60 chests Green and Black Tea
60 boxes and bb e. West India Sugtr
20 bhds. iori bbls. Muscovado Molasses
1C0 bbls. Extra Flour
foap, Staroh and Canned Goods.
For sale by CLACIUd * WITTE.
WINE, BRANDT, &c.
df\ QUABTEB CASKS SHERRY, PORT AND
?U MADEIRA WINES, seme of which are very
2 qu?rto?and 10 eighth casks Pinst Caetlllon
Brandy, which has been in bond for more than
20 bbla. Choice Rf e and Ponrbon Whiskies
40 bbls. Corn a- d Rectified Whiskies
20 casks Allsop's Ale, in bottles
Caoks Scotch Whiskey, Holland Gin
Jamaica and St. Croix Bum _
For sale by CL ACIU3 & WITTE.
March 8 _natufmwS
BACON ! CORN !
1 /"V AAA POUNDS C. E. SIDES AND
9000 bushels Prime Tennessee White and Yellow
CORN, landing and at depot. For sale low, by
March 8 3 JOHN 0AMP8EN & CO.
CORN LANDING. <
4000 BUS?3rELS PEIME WHITE CORN TN
1050 bushels mime White Corn in bulk, per
schooner Flying Scud, from Norfolk.
160 bushels OATS.
For sale low. T. D. CLANCY A CO.
FOR SALE/TO ARRIVE.
O A A A BUSHELS PRIMP Wa* 1TB MARYLAND
?\J\r\f CORN, suitable for milling purposes,
per schooners Bickmore and Allen.
SCHEVEN A NISBET,
March 8 2 Accommodation Wharf. -
CORN, OATS AND FLOUR.
?TAAA BUSHELS CBOICB WHITE BALTI
?UUU MORE MILLING OOBN.
1000 bushels Prime FEED OATS.
128 barrels Baltimore EX TBA FLOUR.
Landing from Schooner ''Beta" on Atlantic Wharf,
and for salo low from wharf by
MarehO 3 JOHN ?A M PS EN ACQ.
5TIERCES DAVIS' DIAMOND BRAND HAMS,
at 23 cent? p* r pound, at the
CO-OPERATIVE tic OCEBY STOBE,
Southwest Corner Mee lng and Market streets.
Goods delivered tree._ February 26
WHARTON S? MOFFETT,
No. 115 WE8T-3TBEET, NEW YORK.
MOFFETT & WHARTON,
No. 114 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON.
All varieties of ??ecd and Eating
HAVING A PARTNER IN NEW YORK WHO
will give his personal attention to the sale of
car.y VEGETABLES AND FRUIT, and promising
quick sale* and prompt rc'urus. we solicit the pa?
tronage of shippers. Our com-Lissions ? ill be five
pc cent. only.
CRATES furnished to those who ship to us.
J. G. MOFFETT.T.J. WBABTON.
December 30_ 3mos
DEMIJOHNS, BUTTLES AND
IMPORTED LAGER BIER.
1 PA?I JTv'E G AXION DEMIJOHNS
_LU yJyJ 2000 aemtj hes, smaller sizes
100 crates Claret and Madeira Bottles
100 casks Bottled Lager Bier, in quarts
Imported ftom Bremen, and IT sale by
cLACTUs A WITTE,
February 4 thara Smos No. 86 East Bay.
rE UNDERSIGNED KEfcPd ON HAND THE
BEST RED ASS COAL, suitable lor Parlor
Grates, Stove and Cooking Ranges, which he will.
Bell at reduced prices.
SOFT CO AL, by applying to ? -
F. P. 8EIGNIOUS, - .
Corner East Bay and Basel street, East Side.
February 23 tu tbs Imo
SUGAR ! SUGAii! AND M0
1 fifi HBDS. CHOICE DBI GROCERY BUGAR
A.\J\J 100 boxes OiioiceDry Grocery Sugar
60 bhds. Prime Musco vu do sugar
100 hhds. New ? 'top Cuba Molasses
100 hhds. New Crop Clayed Molasses. ^
Being care; ) of American schooner E. M. Pennell,
to arrive from Cardenas, and tor sa'e by
W. P. HALL, Brown it Co 's Wharf.
February 23 raijos
EXCELSIOR CO I TON SEED.
THE GENUINE I XCELSIOR SEA ISLAND SEED,
the Cotton ot which old in this market st One
Dollar and Forty Cents per pound ($140), tor sale in
lots io suit purchasers, by WM. GURNEY,
March 1 Imo No. 102 East Bay.
RUSSELL'S BOOK STORE.
WEEKLY LIST NEW BOOKS, &o.
THE POET AND THE PAINTER, or Gems of Art
aud song, with ninety-nine 1 urge steel engrav?
ings, in.perlai Svo. moroco, S20.
TENNYSON'S ENID III nt rited by Gustave Dore, fo?
lio, m an elegant binding. $10.
TXN.NTSON'S LOCKSLT DALL, illustrated by Hennesy,
4 octavo, S3.
Gnax's ELEQT, with seventeen finely colored draw?
ings and a photographic reproduction of the
orb'nal manuscript, no $6 25.
WATSIOE POSIES. origiual Poems of country life,
edited by Robert Buchanan, with forty-seven
illustrations. 4io $10
THE Bran, by Mich -let, illustrated by two hundred
and len exquisite engravings by Giacometti, $6.
CHRIST IN SONG, or Hjms ot Immanuel, selected
irom all ages by Philip schaff, D. D., Svo, cloth
gili extra, $0.
COWPEB'X . ABLE TALK, and other Poems, beaut!
jully illustrated by the most eminent English
A' lists, 1 volume. 4to, $3.
STOUT wrxaotn AN END, hom the Gorman of Ca
rove, larjio 4to. with tiftcen beautiful plc
lures, in umtat io i of water color*, $7 50.
CHIUSTMAS CABOL. by Charles Dicken*, with thirty
illu-trati ms. by Eytiuge, .-mali 4 octavo, *5.
SCOTIA'S BABOS. the choicest nroductious~4)f the
b- ottish loets, beautiiubv .Uustnncd. 8vo, $4.
MABMION, ev Waller -ccu. with Alteen photographic
illu-tration , $8.
LAVS ur THE HOLT LAND, from ancient and modern
writers, widi sixty-three illustiations, 8vo, :S.
CHAMBEES' BOOK OP I ATS a miscellany ot popular
aniiqmtiu , tw^ lar. o volumes, royal 8vo, $9.
Tte above aie all in elegant bindings.
January 1 lyr
STEIN CIX MANUFACTORY
E. H. RODGrERS
MANUFACTURER AND WHOi.FSALE DEALER IN
STENCIL STOCK AND DIES,
STEEL LETTERS AND STAMPS
CHECKS AND TAGS
BRASS AND GERMAN SILVER KEY?
RINGS, CHAINS, ?ic.
MARKING 11ST SIS
BY THE GALLON OB BABREL.
HILL'S PATENT HAND STAMPS
BRANDING IRONS, etc.
No. 129 EAST BAY-STBERT,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
S&~ Call sad examine specimens.
Janusry 1? 9^0,