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-Sold at New York yesterday closed Btrong
-The New York cotton market was lower;
sales 1300 bales at 23?.
-At Liverpool cotton closed dall; uplands
lSialStf; Orleans 12}al2}d.
-A tunnel under the sea, from Scotland to
Ireland, is proposed.
-Ike only Stat? out of debt is Iowa. She
-TheihVoory of velooipede riding ia ''Strad?
dle, paddle, and then skedaddle."
-Punch thinks the "bast chook for pauper?
ism" is "one of George Peabody's."
-Female notaries public are com np into
fashion in Missouri, as well ?vs in Iowa.
-Miss, Lizzie Yan Lew on Thursday enter?
ed upon the discharge of her duties as Post
mLstreasof Richmond. * ',.
-A Portland druggist has this cheerful invi?
tatio* in his show window: "Come in and fret
twelve emetios for ene dollar."
-Yellow fever is rasing on the Chilian
coast, and pa j m as ter. Cashing, of tho Tusca?
rora, is among the recent victims.
-The Buffalo man who made the $200 pair
Of boots for the President, now swinge a
?Sign, ' Bootmaker to his Excellency U. S.
-JumsB H. Bunce, independent Democrat,
has been elected Mayor of Louisville, Ey.,
Over John G. Baxter, th a regular Democratic
-Tho revenue of the Atlantic cables is now
$3500 in coln per day. Every reduction of the
tariff so far has largely increased the receipts
and i -routs.
-Ju\tge Carter has left Cincinnati for Wash?
ington with a petition for the release of the
Fenian General Halpin, now confined in a Bri?
-According to an English astronomer, tho
temperature of the moon varies alternately
from tl at of molten 'cad, to that of frozen
m er ?arv. 2s" iee climate.
-Hon. fl J rat io Seymour is still at Keokuk,
Iowa, laid up by the injuries he receutly re?
ceived by the railroad accident near Peoria, Il?
-TiHon's Independent says that Grant
"cares, for no great idea," that he is "lifted to
a station which is one plaeed too high for his
genius," and that the Radical party "will gra?
dually grow weaker and weaker, and their
opponents stronger and stronger."
-Reports from Japan show that the per?
secution of Christians goes on in some parts
of- that country with great vigor. Late let?
ters state that on the Goto Island i hundreds
of Christians have been imprisoned and tor?
tured, and many dying after great suffering.
-A novel tournament is to come off in Chi?
cago some time in May. The Chicago Batch
era' Society offer a solid silver belt, with a
buckle of so lid gold, to the butcher who can
kill and dress an ox in the shortest time. The
belt ia a very handsome one, and costa five
-"Of all the Bourbon Princes and Princess?
es now in Paris," writes the Paris correspon?
dent of the Turin Gazette, "there is only one
who, if suddenly deprived of his fortune, could
make a good living by his own merits. It is
Don Sebastian, the Infante, who is a capital
-To show how oar ocean commerce is dwind?
ling away, it may be stated that in 1857, ont or |
a value of (356,000,0000 carried to and from
oar domestic ports, only $131,000,000 went un?
der a foreign flag, whereas, in 1867, ont of
$874,000.000 at all the ports, $577,600,000 were
carried in alien vessels, and last year the pro?
portion against os was still farther increased.
' -The bill to amend the judicial system of |
the United States, having been amended by
the .House, is now being considered by the
Senate Judiciary Committee, who will probably
report it with soma farther amendments, bat
in each a shape as to secure the concurrence
ol bo L h Houses. In anticipation of ita passage
there is quite & lively anxiety among the legal
fraternity throughout as to the prospective
occupants of the new judgeships it creates
For the additional Justice of the Supremo
Court, ex-Attorney-General Evarte is promi?
nently mentioned. For tho fifteen Circuit
Judgeships to be created, there are no end to
eminent lawyers who will be willing to serve the
government in that capacity. For the new
Circuit Judgeship of New York, ex-Senator
Hams, of that State, is most prominently
'-The New York Tribune says: "Mons. A.
Chevalier, the distinguished leronant who lately
arrived in. this city for the purpose of making
a balloon voyage honce to Europe, has leased
Londmahn'a Park, Sixty-seventh street and
third avenue, where he will make several as?
cents during the next two months, prior to his
final departure on his great transatlantic voy?
age, which will bo on tho Slat day of July.
More than one hundred applications have been
received by M. Chevalier from persons desirous
to accompany bim on his perilous trip. The
price fixed for the passago is $25?, and not all
who offer themselves at that pric? will be ac?
cepted by the Professor as compagnons du
voyage, as he wishes to take with him only
each persons as are capable, through montai
and physical qualifications, of assisting him in
his scientific observations, for the sako of
which, chiefly, the daring project is undertaken.
-There is a woman in Cleveland, Ohio, who
has bad seven husbands within the past eight
years. Within a week aftor the death of the
first, she united her fortunes with a man who
soon lost h ?a life in a street brawl. Returning
from the fanerai she acoepted the proposal of
a third, and the next day was lopally married
to him. Bnt it appears that husband No. 3 vt as
not the man to snit her ideas, and sh o soon
- after flied a bill for a divorce, which was grant?
ed her. A few months elapsed and No. 4
pledged himself to love, protect and care for
her. This mairiage also proved unhappy for
both parties, and again the courte interfered
and dissolved the tie whieb bound them
together. In Miy, 1867, No. 5 waa smitten
with her charm a, and after a short courtship a
priest slipped the marriage noos? over his
head, and he became the lord and master of J
her household effects? Two months they lived
in peace, but at the end of that time the wife J
became- jealous ot another woman ia tbe im?
mediate neighborhood, and she again resorted
to the courts to sever the nuptial knot, which
was done. In October of the same year, No. C
presented himself, and a quick marriage fol?
lowed. For some reason they failed to aRree,
the husband insisting that he was the head
of thc household and the wife denying it,
so they separated, and a bill agaiu releas?
ed her of ber troublesome partuer. In
February, 1868, she .again sought to try
the bliss of married life, and united her
fortuned with No. 7. This time they lived
together just a year, when they concluded
they had had enough ot eaeh other and sepa?
rated. Tbe wife again applied for a divorce,
and it was granted hor, and she is now anxious?
ly waiting for No. 8. In 1867, her daughter,
by adoption, who was a sprightly girl of fifteen
summers, married a brother of her mother's
husband, thus mixing up the relation question
fearfully. This marriage proved an unhappy
one also, and taking her mother's advioe, she
got rid of her inenmbrwee by procuring a di?
vorce. On the same day on which her mother
was married the seventh time, she was also
married to her sceoud husband, and in two
months after the court interfered at her request
and left her a grass widow at the interesting
age of sweet seventeen.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1869.
The Letter of Governor Scott.
It beseems not a public journal to dally
with impurity, or to speak,, without grave
cause, of the man whose life is notoriously
corrupt ; and we have felt no pleasure, aB
we expected no profit, in baring to the
broad light of day the wanton and persist?
ent slanders of the person who is now
styled-Governor of South Carolina. Had
the shaft been aimed at an individual, how?
ever high in character or position, we
might have hesitated to arraign R. K.
Scott, Governor, at the bar of public opin?
ion. But the white people of the State in
which we live, and whose every interest is
ours, had beeu outrageously misrepresent?
ed and abused ; and, without hesitation as
without personal malice, we hastened to
expose the calumny, and to vindicate as
best we might the good namo of this State
and of her people.
And in declaring that the white people
of South Carolina will not submit to be
hectered and bullied by negro soldiery, and
that they will never so far dishonor their
ancestors and shame their wives and child?
ren as to bow to the rule of negro militia,
we but gave expression to the feeling which
quickens the pulse, nerves the arm and
flushes the face of every respectable whito
man from the seaboard to the mountains.
It was not to have been expected that this
feeling would have met the sympathy or
indeed entered the comprehension of a man
like Governor Scott.
The information which is now sought to
be branded as false, and apon which was
founded the article which is characterized
as "a blood and thunder fulmination," was
given to this paper by a South Carolinian,
pf high position and unimpeachable integ?
rity-one who has worn, with dignity and
distinction, the official robe which Governor
Scott now sullies. That information may
have been misunderstood in some unimpor?
tant particular, but the whole jabstanoe is
corroborated by the very words in which
its correctness is denied. Governor Soott ad?
mits that it had "a slight foundation in fact"
and that it was necessary ?to disabase the
negroes of Abbeville of the notion that they
were to be immediately enrolled," and also
"to direct them to return to their labor and
their homes." And yet Governor Scott is
weak enough to ask the people to believe
that there was no cause for excitement ; no
cause for the negro leaving his plough, and
deserting his home; and that the Governor
of the State knew nothing of all this be?
yond what he read in the columns of
THE CH ABLESTON NEWS.
But, as wo have said before, experience j
teaches Governor Soott absolutely nothing;
and he appeals to his past coarse for MB
justification. To a past made up of foul
wrong and wanton aspersion, he appeals
for his justification, and repeats the men?
dacious tale that " for many months outra?
ges and murders were rife ia several coun?
ties of the State." This he accompanies
with many a mocking sneer and the declar?
ation that "no silly affectation or assump?
tion of superiority by the privileged classes
will be tolerated" by him.
The greater portion, however, of Gover?
nor Scott's letter is devoted to abusing the
paper which has performed, and will con- |
tinue to perform, the disagreeable task of
making him known as he is to thc people of
South Carolina. To his abuse we are in?
different. Ia the record of THE CHARLES?
TON NEWS must be found the only reply it
would become us to make. It is not Gov?
ernor Scott who shall judge us and our
motives. The people of the State, the white
people of the State, must be our judges; and
we shall meet their verdict with confidence.
We have felt that their reputation and their
honor were in a measure in our keeping.
We have done our best to prove ourselves
worthy of the trust. And if we desired en?
couragement and support, and the assur?
ance that we have chosen tho right path, we
should find all these in the circumstance
that Governor Scott has ; nought us deserv?
ing of his vituperation. The praise or the
thanks of this person might stain our rep?
utation and cast a shadow on our name, but
his condemnation is a coveted honor and
ld t/iirijnjLiJ?o i Vii i/ JIU i
Tho State Agricultural ton vc ut ion.
When it was proposed, a few days ago,
that the low country should bc represented,
in all its different interests, at the State
Agricultural Convention, which meets in
Columbia, on the 2Sth instant, it was felt
that there would be great difficulty in hold?
ing meetings promptly in Charleston and
the parishes, in consequence of the disor?
ganization caused by the war, and the little
attention paid during the last few years to
agricultural or industrial societies. Thc
South Carolina Institute, however, remained
intact and fully organized, and it was sug?
gested by some leading citizens that the
Institute would do well to take the matter
in hand and make what arrangements
might be necessary. This suggestion was
approved of by the daily press of the city,
and at a meeting of the directora of the
Institute, a committee was appointed to in?
vite and name delegates to attend the con?
vention, as representatives of Charleston,
Beaufort, Georgetown and Collcton.
The committee have discharged the duty
entrusted to them, and we print this morn?
ing the list of delegates, whioh we think
will be found to represent every planting,
farming and industrial interest, including
the phosphate business, whioh has beoome
so important an element in our calculations,
and the vegetable trade, whioh is steadily
growing in value. It will not be possible
to invite the delegates, individually, to at?
tend, bnt, ( in view of the good results that
must follow a general attendance, it is
earnestly hoped that eaoh one of them will
do his best to be present at the organization
of the oonvention. Delegates who cannot
attend are requested to appoint alternates.
It is suggested that the railroad companies
be requested to pass delegates to the oon?
vention, to Columbia and back, for one fare,
and wo have no doubt that (he liberal
policy and public spirit of. our railroad
managers will cause the request to be
+-?~-~^?* <* . i
We are glad to see that the subject of
fencing is being discussed by the State
press. The supply of timber in the country
is being rapidly exhausted. No new trees
are planted to take the place of those, used
for fire wood or fencing ; and it has beon
calculated that at the present rate of con?
sumption the South will, in thirty years, be
practically bare of timber. But even if
the supply of timber were inexhaustible, it
is doubtful whether it would bc wise to
keep to the present system. To the cost of
cutting and splitting the rails must be ad?
ded the cost of laying, the cost of repairs,
and the value; however small, of the land
kept out of cultivation by its proximity to
the line of the fence. The question is,
whether it is belter to go to this expense
so that cattle and hogs may roam at large
through the country ; or, whether it is bet?
ter to modify fencing or abolish it alto?
gether, and require the stock to be kept
within bounds. Wc hope that our farmers
will agitate this matter until they have de?
termined what may best be done.
TUB RADICALS elected their State ticket
in Connecticut on Monday, and the Con?
gressional delegation is divided, which is a
loss of one Democratic member.
SEVENTY-FIVE LABUKKBS WANT?
ED, to dig Phosphates ak the Ei;;ht Mile Turn
oat, on the Northeastern Railroad. V?ales Twelve
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She would be happy to be uselul in any way,
and would take an interest lu the comfort and
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April 1 _10*_
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Ap;il 2_ em '3
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OFUCK OF UDOLTHO WOLPK, )
Sole Imp?t Ur of Hie ?cliiedam. Aromatic Schnapps, I
.No 23 Ecuvoi-st? c rt - f
NEW YORK, November 3. ?868. J
To thc People of the Southern States t
WHEN THE PURE JIEDICIKAL RESTORATIVE,
now so widely known as WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM
.SCHNAPPS, was in reduced into thc world under
the endorsement of four thousand leading members
of the medical profession some twenty years ago, Its
proprietor was well aware that it could not wholly
escape the penalty attached to all new and useful
preparations. He, therefore, endeavored to invest il
with strongest possible safeguard against counter?
feiters, and to rendor all attempts to pirate it dim
cult and dangerous. It wa? submitted to distin?
guished chemist? for analysis, and pronounced by
them (he-pure? t spirit ever manufactured. Its puri?
ty and properties having oeen thus ascertained, sam?
ples of the article were forwarded to ten theme and
physicians including all the leading practitioners in
the United States, for pur po ? es of experiment. A
circular, requesting a trial of the preparation and a
reporto! ?beresult, accompanied each specimen.
Four thousand of the most eminent medical men in
the Union promptly responded. Their opinions of
the article were unanimously favorable. Snob a
preparation, they raid, bad long boen wanted by
the profession, an no reliance could be peaced on (he
ordinary liquors of commerce, all of which wei?
more or lees adulterated, and therefore unfit for
medical purposes. The peculiar excellence and
strength of the ol of juniper, which formed one of
the principal ingredients of the Schnapps, together
with an unalloyed character of the al coho! tc ele?
ment, give it in the estimation of the faculty, a
marked superiority over ovary other diffusive stimu?
lant aa a droredc, tonie and restorative.
These satisfactory credentials from professional
men of the bkghest rank were published in a*eoo
densed form, sad enclosed with each bottle of the
Schnapps, as one of the guarantees of its genuine?
ness. Other precautions against fraud were also |
adopted ; a paten* was obtained for the article, the
label wae copyrighted, a Jae eimile ot (he proprietor'?
autograph signature was attached to each label and
- cover, his name aud that of the preparation were em?
bossed on the bottles, and the corks were sealed with
bis private seal. No ?rdelo bad ever been sold in
this country under the came of Schnapps prior to
the introduction of Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps, in 1861; and the label waa deposited, as
his trade mark, in the United States District Court
for the Southern District of New York during that
It might be supposed by pera on H unacquainted
with the dosing character of the pirates who prey
upon the reputation of honorable merchants by vend
iug deleterious trash under their name, that the pro?
tections so carefully thrown around these Schnapp?
would have precluded the introdnctious and sale of
counterfeits. They seem, however, only to hove
stimulated the rapacity of Impostor*. The trade
mark of th: proprietor baa been stolen; th? indorse?
ment whioh his Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps alone
received from the medical profeaeiou has been
claimed by mendacious humbugs; his labels and
bottles have been imitated, his advertisements para?
phrased, bis circulars copied, and wowe than all,
dishonorable *e tel lees, after disposing of the genuine
contents of his bottles, have fl lied them up with
common gin, tho most deleterious of all liquors, and
thus sade hts name and brmd a cover for poison.
1 be public, thc medical profession and the sick,
for whom the Schiedam Aromatic Echnappe is pre?
scribed as a remedy, are equally intereetoJ with the
proprietor in tho detection and suppression of these
nefarious piaoticea. The genuine article, manufac?
tured at tho establishment of the utulereigued In
chicdatn, Heiland, ie distilled from a barley of ihe
un cat quahty, and flavored with an essential extract
of tho harry ot tho Italian junipe-, of unequalled pu?
rity. By a process unknown te the preparation of
any other liquor, it ls treed from every acrimonious
and corrosive element,
Com pla iou havo been received from the loading
physicians and families in thc Southern States of
the E8io of cheap imitations of Sae Schiedam Aro?
matic Schnapps in those markets; and travellers,
who aro in the habit of using it as an antidote to the
baneful influence of unwholesome river water, tes?
tify that cheap gin, put up in Schiedam bottle?, ls
frequently po hued off upon tho unwary. The
agents ot the undersigned have boen requested to
instituto inquiries on the subject, and to forward to
him the names of such parties as they may ascvr
ly hy -sjfj? J '*? ti II Mn apntnm Af. An-irti>
(ion. In conclusion, the undersigned would say teat
he has produced, from under the hands of tho most
dlstinguifhoa mon of science in America, proofs un
answerable of the purity ond medicinal excel?
lence of the Schiedam Aromadc Schnapps ; that
ha has expended many thousand dollars bi sur?
rounding it with guarantees and safeguards, which
ho designed should protect the public and bimsetf
against fraudulent Imitations; that he has shown it
to be the only liquor in the world that can be uni?
formly depended upon aa unadulterated ; that he has
challenged Investigation, analysis, comparison and
exposeraent in all Ito forms; and from every ordeal
the preparation which bears hts name, teal and trade
mark, has como off triomphant He, therefore, feels
it a doty be owes to Ids leUow-citia?ns generally, to
she medical profession and the sick, to dono unco
and espose the charlatans who oouuterteit these evi?
dencies of identity, and he usJJs upon the press and
the public to ard bim in Ids efforts lo remedy so great
The following letters and ceri Iflcatoe from the
loading physicians and cbemsti of this city will
prove to the reader that all goods sold by the under
signelare a& that they are reprc on ted to be.
I feel bound to say, that I regard your Schnapps
os being in every respect jjro-smioently pure, and
deserving of medical patronage At all events, it is
tho purest possible arri?le of Holland Ste, hereto?
fore unobtainable, and os such may be safely prt
scribed by physicians.
DAVID L. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York
26 PiME-sxmrer, Nsw YOBS, 1
November 21, 1887. j
Ucowno WOLFE, Esq., Present:
Dear Sir-I have made a eb omi cal elimination of
a sample of your Sehiedam ectuapps, with the in?
tent of dotermiaing if any foroigu or injurious sub?
stance bud been added to thc siaaplo distilled spirits.
The examination bas resulted m the conclusion
teat the samplo contained no poisonous or harurMl
admixture. I have beta unable to discover any
trace of the deleterious substances wtoh are em?
ployed in the adulteration of liquors. I would not
hesitate to use r,ioo)? or to recotnmtnd to otk ere,
tor medicinal purposes, tba Schiedam Sehnappg a?
an excellent and unobjectionable variety of gki.
Very respectfully yours,
(Signed,) CHAS. A. SELLY, Chemist,
Nsw YOBS, No. 63 CEO.ui-srnsxr, ?
November 26, 1881 j
UnoLrno WOIJE, Esq., Present :
Dear Sir-i have submitted to ohomical analysis
two bottles ol "Schiedam Schuapps," which I took
from a fresh ]>ackago te your bon.?ed warehouse, and
find, as before, that the spirituous liquer is tree
i rt?m injurious ingredient* or fulsiScatiou; that it
has tho marks ol being aged aud not recently pre?
pared by mechanical admixture of alcohol and aro?
Respectfully, FRED. F. SI A Y KB,
Nsw Tons, Tuesday, May 1.
UOOLFBO WOLFX, ESQ. :
Dear Sir-The want ol' pure Wines and Liquors
for medicinal purposes lia- been loug feit by the pro
fcssiou, and thousands of lives have been sacrificed
by the use ot adulterated articles Delirium tremens,
and other diseases o. the bruin and ucrves, to sile
in this country, OTU very rare tu Europe, owing, in a
great decres, to the difference n toe pa-nj of Nw
We have tested tee several article? imported and
sold by you. mciudiug your (jin, whi.-h you sell un?
der the caine of Aromatic sehiedam .-?ci . nappa, which
wc c'isi 1er justly entitled to the high reputation it
aa* acquired ic ti?.* country; and from your long MC
pcrienco as a t.ireign importer, yoar bottled Wines
and Liquors ?boule* meet With' the same demand.
We would reoommeno. i'm to appoint some ot she
respectable apothecaries lu different parts of the city
as agents for Ihe sale of your Brandies and Wines,
where ike profession can obtain the saine when
needed for medicinal purposes.
Wt-lung you success iuyour new enterprise,
We reiMtin, your obedieut rervaiito,
VALENTINE MO IT, M. L)., Professor of itergory,
University Medical CJoiluge, Now York.
J. M. CARNOC?A.N, M. V., ' Professor of Clinical
.Milgery, Siurgeon-tn-chiei lo tb? state Hospital,
lc., No. ll boat Steteenth-street.
fcEWIS A. SAYRE, M. h., No. T?j-Broadway.
H. P. 1>E WEES, M. D.. No. 791 broadway.
JOSEPH W?U5TER, st. D., No. UM Ninlii-stroot.
MEL,?UN ?WsEiL, M. D, No. il Bleetoer-steeet,
JOBN O'REILLY, M. D.t No. 20? Fourth street,
li. L RAPHAEL, M. D., Professor of the Principles
and Practice ol Surgery, Now fork Medica* Col?
lege, ic, No. 91 Niutu-street, aud otbere.
The proprietor also offers for sale.
BOTTLED WINES AND LIQUORS,
Imported and bottled by himself, cxpsoesly tor me?
dicinal use. Eaoh bottle has bis certifiante of Its pu
rlty. UDULOPJIV W?LPE.
February 24 ?
LAl?DM.tKK MIDGE, No. 76, A. F M.
fi THK MON'1HLY COMMUNICATION OF
^.^Tandtnark Lodse. No 7ii, A. F. IL, will be
TLiTheldat the Masonic Hall 1 HIS E VHNIKO. at
/? ?balf-past Seven o'clock. Members willtako
due notice and govern themselves accordingly.
By order of the W. M.
If. H. PBIOLEAU.
April 7 1 Secretary.
I. O. O. F.
SOOTH CAROLINA LODGE NO. t
THE REGULAI. WEEKLY MEETING OF THIS
LODGE will bo held THIS EVENING, at Eight
o'clock precisely. . ..
By order. T. W. CANNON,
April 7_ w Secretary.
CHAKIitSTOV BOA KD OW TRADE.
AN ELECTION FOR OFFICIES FOR THE
ensuinc year will ba held Tun DAT, tbe
7thinstant, st Bibernian Hall, between tb: hours of
Two and Four P. M.
The fellowing managers will conduct tho election :
A LE?AN JEU MACBETH, Chairman; H. H. DELEON
and BSXBT I-MCHorr.
A Collation will be served at Thrco o'clock.
April 7- thmw3_H. BAER. Secretary.
C H A lt IVESTON BOARD OF TRADE.
THE THIRD ANNIVERSARY WILL BE CELE?
BRATED at Hibernian Ball THIS EYZKD?O,
the 7th Instant, at Eight oVook, on which occisi?n
an Address will be delivered by the President, WK.
L. TBENHOLM, Esq.
J he public generally, and the the ladies especially,
are invited lo attend.
cowrrnxs OF ABBAKOEUZKTS:
G. H. WALTER. I WM. OUR NS Y,
B. S. BRUNS. I THOMAS FBOoT.
B. M. HERIOT.
WASHINGTON FIRE ENGINE COM?
ATTEND AN EXlRA MEETING OF YOUR
Company, at your Ball, THIS EVENINO, at
Members will please attend punctually.
Ey order Vice-Preddeut.
April 7 1 C. Y. RICHARDSON, Secrotary.
NUBTHKA8TERR RAIL, lt OA ?
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF I HE STOCKHOLD?
ER-: OF TSE NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD
COMPANY will be held at the Hall of the Planters'
and Mechanics' Bank THIS DAT, the 7th of I
April, at Twelve o'clock M., when an election
for a President and Six Directors to serve for thu en?
suing year will take plane. C. WILLIMAN,
Apr? 7 w s6 wi Secretary.
MEE'UNG OK THE STOCKHOLDERS
OF THE BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD COMPANY.*
AM EETING OF TOE STOCKHOLD li R 3 O F THE
above Company will be held lu this city
XO-MOBROW, the8th April, 1869, at Twelve ?L
ff. H. D. G.AILLARI'.
April 7 Secretary and Treasurer.
LAW NOTICE.-THE UN DE1C8IGNKD
have this day formed a copartner-hip for the
practice ot LAW AND EQUITY in all tho Courts of
the State, under tho name and stylo of CHAMBER?
LAIN A SEABROOK. Hspecial attention will bo
paid to tho collection or' claims bald br parties out
ol the State. D. H. CHAMBERLAIN.
April 2 E. H. SEARl'.O JK.
Pissolutiou of Copartnership.
NOTICE.-THE COPARTNERSHIP OF
-UFFERHARDT. CAMPS EN k CO. le this day
dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. J. H BR?NING
going ont of tbe firm. Messrs. WILLIAM UFFEB
HARUT and HENRY GAMPa?> alone are author-,
ized to wind up the business and to s'gn m liquida?
tion. WILLIAM UFFEBHABDr.
3. E. BR?NING.
Charleston, April 6, 1869.
WILLIAM UFFcRHARDT AND HENRY CAMP
SEN will continue the DRY GOODS BUSINESS ax
the old stand, King and Market streets, renewing
the copartnership between them as established in
1850. and altered in 1866, under the name and style
of UFFHRHARDT k CAMPSEN.
H h Nit Y CA MPs EN.
Charleston, April 6,1869.
WE ARE CLOSING OFF OUR LARGE AND WELL
assorted stock of STERLING DRY GOODS, of every
description, at greatly reducid prices, m order to
make room for new goods.
UFFERHARDT A CAMPSEN.
April 7 3
KEMOVAL.. -T H E UNDERSIGNED
having purchased the stock in trade of Mr. E.
HEN BY, bookseller and Stationer, No. 165 MEET?
ING-STREET, havo removed from their old stand
to tho abov'j commodious store, and solicit soon
tlnuance of patronage bestowed on Mr. HENRY and
themselves. DENNY A PERRY,
Bookseller.; and Stationers,
No. 166 Meeting-street,
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING DISPOSED OF
his stock ot B' oks and stationery to Messrs. DENNY
A PERRY, would bespeak for them the patronage
bestowed on him. E. HENRY.
April 7 3
INSTRUCTION IN MUSIC-HISS CW.
WHILDEN will instruct a few pupils on the
Piano Forte, either at her residence, No. 81 Sprlng
s'reet, or at the residence of her pupils. References
furnished. Information with regard to terms can be
obtained at tbe store of WM. G. WHILDEN k CO.,
corer Eing und Be lufaln streets, or at the residence
of JOSEPH ff HILDEN, No. 81 Spring-street.
MISS FRANCIADE WAGNER'S
SCHOOL, No. 97 TRADD-STR?ET.-Tho
summer Term will commence on MONDAY, April
5th. and clo?e August 3lnt. Terres from $2 to H per
month. French at I'rofcseor's rates.
March 20 fmw6*
c garboinrr, (Ctr.
HARDWARE ! HARDWARE !
MERCHANTS ARE RESPECTFULLY INVITED
to give mc a call and oxamiuc a well assorted
SiOCK, cousieisttug of:
COLLINS1 GENUINE AXES, SHOVELS AND
GENUINE WHIT 1T.UORE COTTON AND
JIM CROWS, WIRE SEIYES, TRACE
FOES-Elwell, Brade's and Planters'
POWDER, SHOT. CARTRIDGES. LEAD
CUT AND WROUGHT NAILS, SPIKES
FRY PANS. ?E I'TLES, HORSE SHOES
WIRE CLO t H, PLOUGH ROPE, HOOP IRON,
BUILDERS' HARDWARE, UN WARE, CAR?
Aud a 'arge varicly of FISHING TACLE, such
as NET YARN, Gilling Twine, Rods, Bamboo Canes,
Hair, .?'ilk, Lineuand Cbineso Grass 1 ines.
Also, *geut for DODGE'S PERFECT PLOUGH.
S. R. MARSHALL'S,
No. 3lo King-street, sl.Tt of the Big Gun.
March 17 wtmlmo
Japanned and Stamped Tis
Ware, offered af wholesale only
by WilMain Shepherd, No. 17
Hay no-street, Charleston, 8. C.
SHOW CASES ! SHOW CASES!
ALL SIZES AND STYLES CONSTANTLY ON
HAND and tor sale. Toys, Trimmings, Musi?
cal Instruments, Stationery, Base Balls and Fancy
Good?, Ac, sc.
stamping, Braiding and Embroidering neatly exe?
cuted. W. MOLDAN,
March 31 Imo No. ?3a King-street.
THE PRINCE OF TENORS,
TWO NIGHTS ONLY.
Mr. D. PEVIVO respectfully announces that Sig?
nor P. BRIGNOLT, the sweetest stiver-voiced Tenor
of the age and tue most favorite artist in the coun?
try, en routn to New Orleans and California, will give
in this city
ONLY ONE GRAND CONCERT,
IL MISERERE FRO AI IL TROV ATORE,
ON SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 10.
Donizetfi's charming Parlor Opera,
ON SION DAY EVENING, APRIL 12.
Pig. BBTONOLI will be ussisted by the following
eminent artists from the Italian Opera Troupe of
New York, Boston and Philadelphia: M'He MARIE
LOOISE DURAND, the most distinguished Prima
Donna Soprano; ?ig. PETBILLI. the eminent Bari?
tone; Sig. SAR ll, the lamons Buffo; Sig. LOCAT
TELLI, Basso Cantante; Sig. STE FA NO NE, Accom?
Reserved Seats, 57; Admlss'on, SI 60; Gallery, $1.
Q ho sale of seats will -cotnmenoe on THTTBBOAT, at
9 A. M., at Holmes' Book House, corner King and
Wentworth streets. 6 April 6
TO RAISE A MASONIC CHARITY FUND,
Will be given at the Southeast Corner of
Meeting and Wentworth Streets,
THIS EVENING, APRIL 7, ot Seven o'clock.
Tableaux. Song-Young Widow. April 7
IN CURRENCY OR ?OLD.
LE8ESNE k WELLS,
No, 10 BROAD-STREET.
March SI 12
AFEW TONS, DIRECT FROM THE AGE.. X,
landing from schooner Yankee Blade, and for
sale by GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO., Factors.
April 7 1 Church-street
TO FARMERS AND PLANTERS.
Z E L L' S
-A. M O 3ST I-A. T B D
COTTON, TOBACCO, CORN, OATS, WHEAT,
BYE, POTATOES, TURNIPS, GRASS, ?ec.'
F?R M AN EVTL Y 131 PR O VT S THE SOIL
QUICK AND ACIIVE AS PERUVIAN GUANO. "
For this Valuable Fortillzor we only ask a trial side
by side with any in the markot, to
attest its superiority.
P. ZELL & SONS,
No. 89 80UTH-STREEI,
. .' BALTIMOBE, MABTLAND.
FOR SALE BY
SC HEVEN dc NISBET,
On the following terms:
For Cash.$70 00
Credit-$10 cash, to pay expenses; and $65 payable
December 1, 1869, on City acceptance, or lien.
March 31 ws
THE WANDO MINING AND MANUFACTURING
COMPANY offers to the Planters and Farmers of the
South th cir Fertilizer, known aa the "WANDO FER?
TILIZER," which tbe experience of thc past soason
hos preved to be 'one of tho most valuable in our
market. It has for its base the materials from the
Phosphate beds of the Company on Ashley River,
and is prepared at their works at the EAST END OF
BASEL-STREET io this city. In order to guarantee
ila uniformity and maintain ita high standard, the
( om pony has made arrangements with the distin?
guished Chemist, Dr. C. U. SHEPARD Jr., who
carefully analyzes all the ammoniacal and other ma?
terial purchased by the Company, and the prepared
Fertilizer, before being offered for sale. Tho Com
l>any is resolved to make an article which will prove
to be a "Completo Manure," and give entire satis?
For terms, circulars, and other Information, apply
to WM. O. DUKES k CO., Agents,
No. 1 South Atlantic Wharf.
January 4 m wt 3mos
/weg (fltooftfl itu.
OPENED FOR THE SPRING TRADE. 1869.
ALARGE ASSORTMENT, AT LOW PRICES,
consisting in part of:
CHINA TOILET GOODS ROCKING HORSES
Mantelpiece Ornaments fwo, Three ana Four
Photograph Albums Wheeled Velocipedes
Ladies' Workboxes fin, Iron and Wood Toys
Writing Deiks, Fans Toy Wagons, Wheelbar
Portemonaies, Purses rows
Cheap Family Soaps, Per- Dolls, Marbles, Toys,
fumery, sc. Kites
German Pipes, Strm*, Ac Games in great variety for
Fancy Baskets, Picnic in and out of door use,
1 ravelling and Flower suchas
Beautiful China Bouquet Bane and Rubber Balls
China Cups and Saucers, Hoops and Graves
Vase", Ac. Bolling Hoops, ic,
I have always on hand a full Une of Domestic
Fancy Goods and TOTS, an<i the latest styles of Vien?
na, Offenbach and Paris Goods, novelties of the
season, and offer thea fit liberal discount to the
I meko a specialty of INDIA RUBBER GOOD?,
such as Rubber Overcoats, Capes, Leggings, Caps,
Pillows, Hospital Cushions. Door Mats, Rubber
Piuuo Cowrs, White and Block Nursery Sheeting.
Rubber Toys, Ac.
I thank my patrons for past favors, and earnestly
t-oicit a contin?an.e of thc same.
F. VON SANTEN,
No. 229 King-street, two doors above Market.
April 6 ran mwflmo
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS JUST RETURNED
if>m Now York, with a bandson e selection of
CLOl'HS. CASSIHERKS VESTING?, io. und ie
now prepared to execute all orders with dispatch.
Hiving had many years experience in tho business,
be leela saltshed tbat the mat -ml and wvkmtsaiilp
rill give every satisfaction. Call aud examine my
? AFINELOrOFr UKNI-iHI^GGUODS. * .
JO UN RUGHEIMtK,
. N<>. 141 King-street,
March 10 6wfm7 Third door north ot Queen.
T. CLOUD HOTEL..
TBT8 NEW AND COMHOLIOUS ROUSE, LOCAL
ED corner ot Broadway and Forry-secocd-b.reet,
possesses advantages over all other houses for the ac?
commodation ol ir* sueste. It was built expressly
for a first-cluss family boarding house-the rooms
being large and eu suite, heated by steam-with hot
and cold w .ter. and furnished second to none; while
the culinary department is in the most experienced
hands, affording guests an unequalled table.
One of Atwood's Patent Elevators is also among
the "modern improvements" and at the service ot
guests at all hours.
The Broadway and University Place Cars pass the
door every four minutes, running from the City
Hall to Central Park, while tho Sixth and seventh
Avenue lines are but a short block on either side,
affording ample facilities for communicating with all
the depots, steamboat landings, places of amuse?
ment and business of the great metropolis.
MORE dc HOLLEY, Proprietors.
March 12 Cmos
(toreri?s nnii ?mtUcncnns.
I>BIME BORTH CABOXTNABUCKWHEAT, WAR
RAN TED pure and good, at 18 poonda for $1.
Turkish Prunes (for stewing) at 18 cts per pound
Dried Figs in iii and 8 pound drums, at $1 and
$1 76 per drum, or 26 cts per pound loose.
For sale at the
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest conur Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered free._. _April 6
SHOULDERS, SIDES, HAMS,
OK HDDS. STRICTLY. PRIME WESTERN
5U hhds. Strictly Prime Westera'C. R. Sides
40 nude. Strictly Prime Western Rib Sides
20 tierces Choice Sugar-cured Hams
100 bbl?. Ex ira 0 Sugar
IO hhds. D. S. Rib Sides
25 boxes D. i. Bellies
100 bbl?. New York Syrup
160 bbls. Light Brown Sugar
Landing and in store, and for sale low by
April 6 3_ JEFFORDS A GO.
. FLOUR ! FLOUR ?
1 CH AA DBL9- FAMILY, EXTRA, SUPER,
lOUU FINE ANO .MIDDLING FLOUR,land?
ing and in store, and for sale low by
April 6 8 ? JEFFORDS k CO.
jr A BOXES CHOICE MANUFACTURED TOBAG
OU CO, with new Revenue Stamps affixed, just
landed and for sale low by '
April 6 ti_ JEFFORDS A CO. ;
KfiAA RUSH ELS PRIME DRY WHITE
ODUU MARYLAND CORN, in bulk, per
schooner Serene, at Brown's Wharf.
For sale low while landing, by
WEHT k JONES,
Aprils_ No. 7? East Bay.
BACON,. PORK. LARD AND
1AA BHDS. AND TIERCES CHOICE WE3T
XU U ERN Smoked and Bulk SID Hg and SHOUL?
DERS, Davis'. t*
se tierces Peedee and Davis' Diamond Earns, di?
rect from Weat
40 tierces and keg? Davis' pure Leaf Lard
100 kegs and tabs Ohoiee Orange County Butter, on
consignment and tor aale at reduced rates, by
April 5 mwthS East Bay.
Cif\ QUARTER CASKS OF THE CELEBRA
?\J TED Brand, "J. B. G."
Landing and for sale by
MOTTET, HUCHBT k CO.,
Aprils_mwffi No. 4 Anger's Wharf.
RYERSON & BATES,
<Jlrampatgne Ale Brewery,
HARLEM, W. Y.
THIS CELEBRATED ALE IS BREWED FBE3H
all through the year, and ls guaranteed to keep
sound through the hottest weather, and on that
acconnt is of all Ales the best adapted to the South?
KNOX, DALY, k CO., Agents,
February 16" 3mos ' Charleston, 8. C.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR BALE; BY
DR. H. BA ER, No. 131 MEETING
EISOX'8 TOBACCO ANTIDOIE
Guaran? (Headache) Powders
Bose's Cough Syrup
e'ehenk'e Pulmonic Syrup
Scbenk'B Seaweed Tonic
Saratoga "A" Water
Cherokee Remedy and Cure
Chloride of Lime
Spears' Fruit preserving Solution - .
German Blood or "Kaiser" Pills, ?tc,, Ac
CHLORIDE OF LISIE.
FOR SALE, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL. BI
Dr. H. BAER,
April 3. No. 131 Meeting-street.
ATTENTION, YE SMOKERS!
IF YOU DESIRE TO SMOKE A GENUINE IM?
PORTED HAVAN A CIGAR and LEAF 1OBA0OO,
rall at No. 80 MARKET-SI BKET, where, you witt
find now open for inspection the largest and moat
select stock of Cigars and Leaf Tobacco ever import?
ed to this market, and which we offer at a price that
will satisfy all demands.
Wholesale and Retail, by
SAYAS & MARINAS,
No. 80 MARKET-STREET.
January 1 wa
fi?itymfy (Eastings, (Ctr.
JOHN F. TAILOR & CO.,
CAMERON dc CO..
Engineers, Boilermakers, &c.
Noa. 4, G ?nd 8 PRITOHARD-8TR?91,
(SCAB THE DEV. DOOK),
Charleston? S. C.
SIE AU ENGINES AND BOILERS-MARINE^
STAT LONER Y AND PORTABLE.
BICE THRESHERS AND MILLJ OF EVERY
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEARING
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN IRON OB
We guarantee to furnish ENGINES and BOILERS
of as good quality and power, and at as low rates as
can be had in New York, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcrofts Low-water Detector,
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER IM
REPAIR'S PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
February 1 DA0 3mos
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM .ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various sixes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SUGAR MILL9, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of all sizes
HORSE POWERS AND GIN GEARING, from 6 to
16 feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES for Hind
power. Saw and Rice MiUs '
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of aU descriptions
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD.
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, Ac, dr,
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MACHINIS1 AND FOUNDER
No. 814 MEETING-STREET,
CHABLISTON, S. C.
August 3 mts