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HEWS S USC M A RT.
-Gold closed in New York yesterday at 33j.
-Cotton closed in New York very firm at
282 for middlings.
-lu Liverpool cotton closed firmer but not
higher. Uplands 12jd, Orleans 12jd; sales
-A Georgia paper repotts that Professor
Agassiz and Count Pourtalles are exploring in
the vicinity of Key West.
-Hon. Hamilton Fish, Secretary of State.has
resigned the office of President of the New
York Historical Society.
-It is understood that the President, on
"Wednesday, sent a dispatch by the cable re?
questing Reverdy Johnson's resignation.
-Charlotte Thompson, the actress, will ga
' thor the crop on her cotton plantation in Ala?
bama, and then go to San Francisco to fulfil a
-A Pittsburg paper states that the health or
ex-Secretary Stanton is very bail, and that he
has been recently baptized by the clergyman
with whose church be is united.
-Natchez, .Mississippi, is without an officer
>nt any kind-no Mayor, no selectmen, no asses?
sor or cDlloctor, no city clerk, marshal or
policemen. Every officer is'disqualified.
-It is reported that Mr. Gladstone's govern?
ment will soon raise a distinguished Judge to
tho peerage to strengthen the debating power
of the Liberal party in tbe House of Lords.
-Tbe friends of the Ho i. Pierre Bottle have
"written to Dr. Chipley, Superintendent of tho
Eastern Lunatic Asylum, at Lexington, to en?
gage apartments for Mr. Soulo in the asylum.
-Tho Secretary of the Nivy has officially
commended Midshipman T. B. M. Mason, of i
the Guerri?re, who saved two enlisted men
from drowning in the harbor of Rio Janeiro at
the risk of his own fife.
-M'me. O ga von Plittendorf, a German ac?
tress of sonic celebrity, committed suicide in '
San Francisco ou Tuesday eveniog. The mel- '
ancboly act. it is supposed, was the result of ?
grief for the loss of ber husband, who died re- j
-Rothschild's heirs evidontly believe that a
m&u has no business to let properly go out of t
his family. They refuse to pay to legatees out
of the family the sums, petty in comparison *
with the whole estate, which the boron willed s
to them. c
-The fashion of parting hair in tho middle, 1
by gentlemen, is coming in vogue again, the r
introduction of velocipedes having rendered ,
ericha style impcrativi, as two hairs on the .
. wrong side would run away with the rider's
-A widow in Onondaga County, New York, 1
recently ?nt out her own daughter in the good 1
graces of her lover, and married him her?
self. To obtain revenge for this unmotherly g
trick, the daughter set her cap at the young f
man's rich father, of whom he waa tho only ,
heir, to (he infinite annoyance of her step- (
-A monocycle has been seen ia Paris sue- '
ce*-etui ly moving about the avenue of the '
Champs Elysees, ridden by its inventor, a <
certain Mr. Courbet. The single wheel of ?
which it consists is held in equilibrium, when ?
i n motion with its rider upon it, by the aid of a t
weight at each end of the hub. It is said to
work perfectly, and to be considered superior v
in speed to the bicycle. 1
-The Passenger Tioket A/ nts'Convention, t
containing representatives .rum railroads in \
vt he Northern States and in Canada, is now <
holding its annual session in New York city, (
The object of the convention is to revise tho (
r ates of fare on the various railroad and (
s teamer lines, and to agree upon a course of
a ction to ba pursued in relation to all matters
where passengers are being carried over the '
various routes. 1
-The English journals state that the dispute ;
between Turkey and Persia, in reference to
.t heir respective frontiers, is beginning to ae- .
s une a threatening aspect. It is reported that
Midhat Pacha, one of the ablest and most ener?
getic of the Turkish governors, has been de
8 patched to Bagdad with full powers and
i ziBtractions to settle the difficulty, by force of
arms, if necessary. Numerous reinforcements
of troops and artillery have been sent to the
T ron Lier, and it is said that the Vicerjy of
Egypt has promised to assist the Sultan, in
case of war, with a military contingent, which
would proceed to Bagdad by tho Red Sea and
-The musical pitch question has not yet
been settled in England, and writers to tho
musical journals are giving their recollec?
tions of the devices of famous singers in
arranging, to suit their voices, music writ?
ten in too high a key. It is asserted that
since Malibran and Rubini no one has sung
the music of Bellini's operas in the original
keys. Even Grist was accustomed to sing tho
music of Norma and Don Giovanni lower
than it was written. It is asserted that the
great composers would bavo been surprised
and indignant at the various transpositions,
high or low, as it may happen, which for
years have been made, unmade and romado
in their operas.
-The New York Commercial says: "Thc
latest invention is an India-rubber carriage.
The patent bas been obtained, a company has
been organized, and the first vehicle has boan
turned out, and is now on exhibition at an up?
town manufactory. This uso of nilcanized
rubber promises lo work a complet" revolution
in the mantilactare and cost of carriages. The
body, dash and s?at are all made of rubber; at
perhaps one-fifth of tbe cost of the long-sea?
soned, expensive wood usually employed. Tho
rubber for the body of tho carriage on exhibi?
tion costs only $10. It requires no painting,
and is so polished as to shine like a mirror.
Three months' time of a competent workman,
which are now frequently given for the polish
Mfc;tt?d finishing of a simple carriage, is here
superseded by the work of two or three hours,
in which a beautiful surface is produced which
?loes not soil by any amount of handling. The
inventor ia a Jerseyman, who has sold the
patent to a company organized under (he laws
of this State, with a capital of $500,000. "
_A Frenchman, who has been sojourning in
..thia country for twelve months, gives an ac- I
j couut in thc Paris Liberto of a meeting with
j General Grant, boloro bis inauguration, at a
I dinner at Senator Morgan's. He says : "At
thc close of the dinner I had the honor of be?
ing presented to the General. He extended
bis baud after thc American fashion, and I
took a seat by his side. I should have been
there still if I had waited for him to speak
first. But I did no'. I at ouce began by say?
ing I bad visited different port ions of the coun?
try and how I was impressed. Only rarely,
between puffing his cigar and sipping bis cof?
fee, did he make a remark. Duriug all thc
time of our conversation nota muscle ot bis
countenance underwent tho least change; tho
mask remained impenetrable; tho taco, with
features rigid and strongly marked, was immo?
vable and as it petrified. 'It is a man who has
never laughed since bia birth,' said of him a
lady of Wasbirgton. 1 contemplated with
earnestness thc hoad heroic mc. Is it that of
an ordinary man, without weight, without
talent, only flt to excito contempt, as some
say? By no means. That man of rustic ap?
pearance, with dull eye, a thick, close-cut
beard, a tanned skin, a little red, is no com?
mon man. He is perhaps a man of genius,
who will astonish the world. His forehead is
large and square. It indicates meditation and
calmness and perhaps a little obstiuacy. Tho
future President has the first essential of a
statesman-silence-the quality so raro and
indispensable to those who govern people."
TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, 1869.
Gaffin to ihr Rescue!!!
Guffin, of Abbeville, the individual who
enrolled the negro militia, has written a
letter to the. Abbeville Press, in which he
gives a olear and intelligent account of his
proceedings in raising a negro company.
This letter is reprinted in another column,
and it is so evidently written for the pur?
pose of clearing away the cloud which rests
upon the hithetto spotless character of Gov?
ernor Scott, that we desire to speak of it
with all possible respect.
In this letter Guffin says: "I received
"orders from the Adjutant-General to raise
"a company." This is right to the point;
but unfortunately, Scott, in his letter to
Mr. Williams, said: "No orders have been
"issued for the enrollment of the militia.
ti * * Even the Adjutant-General's office
"has not y tl been opened." This is rather a
bad beginning for Guffin, the more espe?
cially as he had told the people of Abbeville
that he was "an agent of the Governor and
"bore his commission as captain of the
"company to be raised." And then to sim?
mer down to au order from the Adjutant
General, when no orders of the kind "had
"been issued," and when "the Adjutant
"General'a offico bas not yet been opened."
Besides, Scott says, and bc told the truth,
that the Adjutant General was "absent from
'the ?- &i,e." And Elliott, tho negro As
listant A dj u'ant General, said a few days
igo that "no such order had passed through
'the AdjutP.at-General's office." .
Guffin must have been dreaming; but upon
he strength of the dream he declared that
te was to be the captain of the company,
md did, as he says in his letter, enroll a
lompany of oolored men. Dreaming still,
io came to the conclusion that the enlist
nent of negro troops would disorganize
abor, and he wrote a letter, not to the
Idjutant-General from whom he received
tis instructions, but to Soott-"telling him
'of his fears about organizing a oolored
This letter was oertainly received by
Scott; but strange was the metamorphosis,
or, in the Williams letter, Soott says : "I
'am led to believe from a letter received
'from Mr. Guffin, of Abbeville, that the
'Adjutant and Inspeotor General * *
'promised him the position of enrolling
'officer of that county when tbe enrollment
'is ordered." When the letter was written
t was to tell Governor Soott of the fears of
he adventurous Guffin. When the letter
vas received it led Governor Soott to be
iove that Guffin had been promised a cer
ain office. There could not have been one
vord more, because Scott says "this-the
?letter about the enrolling offioe-may
?have given rise to the rumors of enlist
'ments and excitement in the neighborhood
'spoken of by THE NEWS, and of which I
"know nothing, except what I gather from
"itB fulminations." Mind, sixty-five negroes
had been enrolled and the fears of Guffin
had driven him to write to Scott. The
letter, however, only led Scott to be?
lieve that Guffin expected to be enrolling
officer. Only this, and nothing more !
Anxious to ease the mind of Guffin the
rash, Scott replied at once, directing him
according to the Williams letter-"if any
"of the colored people had supposed that
"they were to be immediately enrolled to
"disabuse them of the notion." There was
not a word about Guffin being made an en?
rolling officor, which, according to Scott,
was the subject of Guffin's letter; but seve?
ral words about the enlistment of the ne?
groes, of which Soolt says that he knew
nothing until he saw it in THE NEWS.
This is not the end of it. Scott's letter
muBt have been as successfully manipulated j
on its way to Guffin as Guffia'a was on its
way to Scott; for Guffiu says that "His
'.Excellency R. K. Scott," instructed him
"to notify all those wishing to enroll them
"selves in the militia that for the present the
"enrollment will be SUSPENDED," which is a
very different matter, or as President Grant
would say-a horse of another color.
What a tangled web is this ! What con?
fusion worse confounded ! In the first
place Guffin, whom Soott declares to be "us
"respectable and patriotio a gentleman as
"any in Abbeville County," says that he
had "instructions from the Adjutant-Gene
"ral to raise a oompauy." Scott says em?
phatically, "No orders have been issued for
"the enrollment of the militia." Then
Guffin says that he enrolled colored men
and wrote to Governor Scott "telling him
"his fears." aoott says that Guffin's letter
led him to believe that Guffin had been
promised the post of enrolling officer in
Abb?Ville.Couuty. Then, in the third place,
Guffin Bays that Scott, in reply to his letter,
instructed him to notify the would-be mi?
litia "that for the present the enrollment will
"be SUSPENDED." Soott declares that he
hid given no orders for the immediate
formation of negro troops, and that no orders
had been issued for the enrollment of the
militia. How, then, oould he order that to
be impended which had never been begun ?
And moreover, ho says that ia hij letter to
Guffin he told him that "if any of the
'.colored people had supposed thai they
"were to be immediately enrolled" (and sixty
I five of them had been enrolled) "tc disabuse
"them ofthat notion." Malediction on that
It is pluin enough that there is au irre?
concilable difference between tho state?
ments of "His Excellency R. K Scott" as
Guffin calls him, and those of thc "respec?
table and patriotic gentleman," as he calls
Guffin. Doubtless Guffin did bis best. With
the enrolling office in his eye he rushed to
the rescue and tried to save his chief. Un?
fortunately, however, if Guffin is right
Scott is wrong; and if Scott is right
Guffi'i is wrong. Thepe are the horns of
the dilemma, and we care not which is
THE VILLA OS THE RHINE. By Berthold Auer?
bach. Author's Edition. With a Portrait of
tho Author and a Biographical Sketch. By
Bayard Taylor. Charleston : John Russell.
Auerbach is best known in this country by
"On tho Heights," a work with which most
men who ever road ajiovel are already famil?
iar; and we risk nothing in saying that "The
"Villa on the Rhine," of which tho first part is
before us, will be no less popular. The praise
of the United States and of Benjamin Frank?
lin, which outers Into the composition of the
present tale, will not, in itself, canse the book
to be read; but on tho other hand, it will not
repel. The book will be taken up and will be?
come a favorite because it is a story of life
life in every class, and because it analyzes and
weighs the actions of men and of women, as
oach phase of their natures is turned to the
rays of the suns of power aud brain and for?
tune. There is enough of charming descrip?
tion, of sketches of character, and of quiot
humor in the book, to make it pleasant to be
glanced over by the common romance reador
or lady fine; but beyond all this there is a mine
of thought and reflection io which we may dig
I and delve, finding on each page a new idea or
the suggestion of one. Of the precito purpose
I of the work, we do not desiro to speak, until |
it is before us as a whole; but wo can now un?
hesitatingly recommend 'Tho Villa on tho
"Rhine" to every man or woman who cares to
read and is not afraid to think.
FTVB WEEKS rs A BALLOON; or Surveys and
Discoveries in Africa. By Three English?
men. Dono into English by Wm. Lackland.
New York : D. Appleton & Co. Charleston :
This is tho translation of a recent French
work, and gives an account of a pretended
journey in a balloon across tho continent of
Africa. Tho valuo of tho book lies in tho accu?
racy with which tho tribes, tho animals, tho
physical Features and tho natural phenomena
of tho country are described; and it is- inter?
esting from thc attention to detail in the nar?
rativo, as well as tho ingenious contrivances
and hair's-breadth escapes of tho daring trav?
ellers. Price 50 cent?.
THE TIN TBUSIPET; or Hoads and Tails for tho
Wise and Waggish. A Now American Edi?
tion. New York : D. Appleton & Go. Charles?
ton : John Russc'l.
Tho Tin Trumpot, by tho lato Paul Chatfield,
M. D., was first published in London in 183G,
and was republished in this country, but has
long boon out of print. In tho present edition
all has been pruned away that appeared to
have no lasting interest, and many additions
have been made. Tho illustrations are stale
and poor; but tho book itself is often koon,
witty aud amusing. Price 50 cents.
THE STUDY OF LANOUAOES BBOUOHT BACXTO ITS
TBUE PBINCTPLES; or the Art of Thinking in
a Foreign Language." By C. Marcel, Knt.
Log. Hon. New York : D. Appleton & Co.
Charleston : John Russell.
Tho object of the author is io render tho
knowledge of loreign living languages accessi?
ble to every ono, by taking for our gmde tho
natural raothod by which all BO infallibly ac?
quire their native tongue The principal fea?
tures of his method are that evory oxercise
leads to the power of think ng. in the language
to bo learned, that curiosity and. imitation are
tho sources of progress, that grammar is
learned through tho language, that exercises
in translating into thc foreign languages are
not demanded of the bey tuner, that the phrase?
ology ia known beforo the words, that no les?
son is loamed parrot fashion, that pronuncia?
tion is learned through tho ear alono, thal the
language, when spoken however fast, ia per?
fectly understood, that all the exercises provide
against thc commission of en ors, and that an
instructor is required only for tho prouunc-a
tion. Tho work is well written and of interest
to every ono who teaches or desires to learn
a foreign lauguage upon a better system than
thc crude and unsatisfactory- ono now followed.
EXTRA. FINE SEA. ISLAND
FOB SALE, A SMALL LO C OF SELECT SEA D-L
AND CO ITON SKtD, cotton from which sold
for $2 H lb this seaBon.
A lot of Boc SWEET VAM POTATO SEED.
Apply to GAILLARD Si MiNOl'T.
April 12 2
(Cigars, Cobarro, $c.
Ana Wholesale and Retail
Xo. 314 MSG-STREET, COUA'ER SOCIETY.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE S PICK. OF
American and Imported LEAF TOBACCO, fur
cigar manuinpture s, as follows:
1. (ION KEG ri CUT LEAF. Iron fl?e fla.-ore<i nil?
ing, at 12,'j cenls por pouuu. ?nil Sell work at ?3 cts.
per pound upwards to ?he flucst selection of wrap?
pers, at $i per pound.
3. NEW \OltK STATE REFS-ano..leafy wr-p.
per8. fruin 3"> c. nts upwards to 50 coins pL-r pound
3. OHIO LEAL'-wrappers fruin 20 cents upward?
to 33 cents per pound.
4. A fine assortment of SPANISH LE\K, (rom
$1 10 to SI 13 (uer the balo;) upwards to nice wrap?
pers af$2 p*r pound.
A? ilio Leaf is oou :ut diroct from the planters, 1
arn able to sell as low as auy Northern house.
Of our own manufacturing. The following brands
always on band :
"LA CAROLINA" CIGAR*, atS20 per M.
'.La Corona de t- sp ma," at $25 per Al.
"Partiuas." a' 535 per AI.
"BT. Uomann" (H-vana), at $50 per M.
"Ficrarb" (i^pauish seed), at Mi per ll,
"Figaro" (gi nuine Havana), at S75 per M.
"C M." (genuine Spanish), at $80 per IL
"lhe Last Sensation," a Oi'ar ?li eb lights itself,
made of Havana Tobacco at S50 per M.
lin: ort' cl Cigars of all grades.
A ^euuiDc Spanish Ci^ar cm always be had at re?
tail lor 10 cents.
OF SMOKING TOBACCt),
A floe assortment for ralo at manufacturers' prices.
Genuino Durtiam and other celebrated brands al?
ways on hand.
As FIG. NAVY and PLUG 10B vCCO, at all prices;
P1PKS, of all descriptions.
Merchants and Cvnsuoier-? ore respe' tfully invited
to give a call, as 1 can mpply \hem wiiU everything
in tho ior.occo line at tbo lowest price.
Pnco Current will, by request, bo forwarded any?
where. J. MADSfcN.
April 10 Imo
OFUCE OF UDOLl'HO WOLKfc. i
So 'e Jul]**! trr of //,<. .'c'tir?am Aromatic Schnapps, I
Ai?, mt Bcavcr-strcct. " f
NEW YORK, November 3. 1868. J
To thc People of tue Southern Sluice :
WHEN THE rU?U. MEDICIN \L ItESTOBATIYE,
now so widely knov.n as WOLFE'S SCHI ED A 31
SCHNAPPS, ws inrodnced Into the world under
the endorsement of fonr thousand lcadnp member.?
of the medical pretension some tweuty ycare afro, its
proprietor was well aware Ibat it could* not wholly
escapo the penalty attached to all new and useful
preparations. He, ihorctore, endeavored lo invest il
with strongest possible safesu.ird against counter?
feiters, and to render all attempts to pirate it diffi?
cult and dangerous. It was submitted to distin?
guished chemists for analysis, and pronounced by
them the purest spirit ever manufactured. Its puri?
ty and properties having been thus ascertained, sam?
ples of the article were forwarded to ton thousand
physicians, including all thc IcadiDg practitioners in
the United Stales, for purposes of experiment. A
circular, requesting a trial of tho proparation and a
report ol the result, accompanied each specimen.
Four thousand ot the most eminent medical men lu
the Union promptly responded. .Their opinions of
thc article were unanimously favorable. Such a
preparation, they Faid, had long bcon wanted by
the profession, os no reliance could be placed on tho
ordinary liquors of commerce, oil of which wcro
moro or leas adulterated, and Iherefore un?t for
medical purposes. The peculiar ex cllenco and
strength of the ol of juniper, wnich formed one of
the principal ingredients of tho Schnapps, together
with an unalloyed character of the alcoholic ele?
ment, give it. in the estimation of tho faculty, a
marked superiority over every other diffusive stimu?
lant os a diuretic, tonic and restorative.
These satisfactory credentials Irom professional
mon of the highest rank were published In a con?
densed fora, and enclosed with each bottle of the
Schnapps, os on? of the guarantee? or its- genuine
nets. Other precautions against fraud were also?
adopted; apatontwas obtained for the article, the
label was copyrighted. n.Jac simile of thc proprietor's
autograph signature was attached tn each label and
cover, his mme and that of thc preparation were cm
[ bossed on tb? bottles, and the corks were sealed with
his private seal. No article had ever been Bold In
this country under the nome of Schnapps prior to
the introduction of Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps, in 1831; and the labol was deposited, as
bis trade-mark, in thc United States District Court
for the Southvrn District of New York during that
It mi;ht be suppssed by persons unarquainted
with thc- daring character of the pirates who prey
upon thc reputation ot honorable merchants by vend?
ing deleterious trash under their name, that the pro?
tections so carefully thrown around these Schnapps
would have' precluded Ibo introductions and sale of
counterfeits. They seeai, however, only to- havo
stimulated tho rapacity of impostor'!. Thc trade
mark ot th : proprietor hos been stolen ; the indorse?
ment which his Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps alone
received from- the medical profession has been
churned by mendacious humbugs; his labels and
bottles have bon imitated, his advertiscioents para?
phrased, his circulars copied, and Worso than all,
dishonorable rentiers, otter disposing of thc genuine
contents ol' hts bottle:-. Lave Ulled Ibcni up with
common gin, the most deleterious of .ill liquors, sud
thus toa tie his uarac and bnnd a cover for poison.
The public, thc medical proiesfion and ths sick,
for whom I ho Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps? pre?
scribed as a remedy, aro equally intercale ' with thc
proprietor in tho detection and suppression of these
uclariotvj piacticcs. Tho genuine article, ma'.uiac
turcd at the establishment of the undratlgoed in
ohiedato, Holland, is distilled irom a barloy of ibo
finest quality, and flavored with au essential extract
ci the berry of tho Italian juuipu", ot unequalled pu?
rity. By a process unknown in tho preparation ol
any other liquor, it \s lrced from every acrimonious
and corrcrivc clement.
Complaints have boen received from the loading
physicians and familios in tho southern States of
the talc of cheap imitations of tho seine Jam Aro?
matic schnapps in those markets; uud travellers,
who arc in the habit al using it a* an au li dole to the
baneful Influence of. unwholesome river water. Tes?
tify that cheap gin, put up in Schiedam bottles, is
frequently palmed off upon tho uu-*ory. The
agents of tuc undersigned have bcon rcquostcd to
institute inquiries cn th? subject, and io forward to
him tho names of auch parties as tb My may ase?'1;-,
taiu to be onguged in thc atrocious syrtcm of decep?
tion. In coarlu.-ica. the undersigned would say that
he hos produced, Cram under the bauds of thc ir Dst
distingu?! boa mee. cf scionrc in Arn-xica, proofs un.
answerable, of tbe purity and raeoiieinal excel?
lence ol the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps that,
be has expended many thousand, dollars in eur
roundin? it witb guarantee* and safeguards, which
he desynedsbcald protect the public and IJmself
agaiast.fraudu>nt imitations; that be has s'jowu it
to bo thc only liquor in tho werta that can be uni?
formly. depenJed upon a - uuad cit. mt ed ; th ?i Le bas
challenged investigation, analysis, comparison and
experiment m all itu lorins; a-?.l trom ev.ry ordeal
the 'jrcparuaou w hi. h bears his name, seal and trad ir
mark, has como off triomphait. He, Ihcraiorc, leek
it a. duty bu owes to hts iePpw-citizi-ns scoorally. to
the medical proiession ard the sick, to denounce
and expose tho charlatuUE who counterfeit these- avi
.Itucies ol identity, and Le calls upotthe prcss.and
thc public to aid bim in 'xis efforts to remedy >*> great
Tho following IctUvA aud certificates from tho
leading physicians and cheimi* of this city will
provo to the reader '.hat all goods sold by the under?
stand are all that they arc rcpze cu ted io be.
I lee! bound to soy, that I regard your Schnapps
as being in every respect pre-sininontly pure, and
deserving ol medical patronage. At all events, it is
the purcst.pOi'Siblc article Of Holland Oiu, hereto?
fore unattainable, and as such may bo Mainly pu
scribed ay Physiotens.
DAVID L. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York
2C IISE-STBEET, NEW YORK, l
November 21, ItiliT. J
UnoLrno WOLFE, Esq., Prnemt:
Dear Sir-1 have niade a chemical elimination of
a sample of your Schiedam schnapps, with tho in?
tent of determining if auy foreign or injurious sub?
stance had been added to Ihr simple distilled spirits.
The examination has resulted m tho conclusion
that the sample contained uo poisonous or harmful
uduiixiurc. I have i cai unable to discover auy
trace ui tho deleterious substances wich aro cm
ployed in the auuliuratien of liquors. I would not
hesitate to usu myself or 13 reconnut nd to othors,
tor uiediciual pm-pos>'s, tho Schletta Ul Schnapps us
au excellent aud unobjectionable variety of gin.
Very respectfully yours,
uigucd.i CHAS. A. SELLY, Chemist.
NEW YOOK, No. 53 CEDAU-SIUEET. I
Novuiuuur -Jo, ldt?7. J
UDOLPKO WOLFE, f.nq.. Presad :
Dear Sir-: have submitted to chemical analysis
iwo bottles ot "scnicdam Schnapps," which I took
Iroip a lre? 2-L-'"'?f> 'IJ ??Ur ",t>1' w>l*hott??. and
Cud. as before, that Lue spirit nou?! 'iquor is true
irom injurious ingredients or fjIsllWauou} that it
has the marka ol ?eiug sited and not reccutly pre?
pared ny mechanical admixture of ulcohol aud aro?
Kespecttully, FUED. F. Al A Y Kit,
NKW VOHK, Tuesday, May 1.
UDOLPHO WOU'E, ESQ.:
Dear Sir-'I'm waut ol pure Wiues and Liquor?
tor nj",hemal purposes has boou ioug lott by tlie pro
lesMOU, and thousands ol lives bave boon Macritiecd
by the use ol adulterated article* D. m i um tremens,
aud othei diseuse* o. th? oroiu omi u< rvus, ,,?> rue
in this country, uru very rare iu Europe, owing, iu a
great de. ree, to ibe lUfferuuce n tue pu ny of the
cpi i its suid.
We havu tested thu se ve .J arti ch ? imported and
Kout by you. Uiciuuiag your (jiu. which you sell un?
der the name ol Aromatic scliieutoui ^eiiuapps, which
we consider justly entitled to tue high refutation it
has acquired JU ibis couutry; aud Irom your loug tx
pei leuce a? u lureigu import r, your Hot ilea Wines
aud Liquors should uieol w th ino same demand.
We would rccoiuineud you to appoint ?onie ol the
respectable apothecaries in di deren t parts of tbe city
as ugeuU tor ihe wile of your Brandies and Wines,
where ihe profession eau obtain the i-ame when
needed for med ichial purposes.
Wi.-hinji you success iu jour new enterprise,
v? u remain, your obedient servant!1,
VALENTINE MOTT, M. D., Professor ol Surgery,
Uuivorehy Medical College, New York.
J. M. CAUNOCHAN, M. D., Professor of Clinical
Surgery, surgeou-tn-? niel lo thu state Hospital,
kc, So. 14 hast ?ixiceuili-streoL
LEWIs A. SAYltt, M. h., No. 73.i Broadway.
H P. i'E WEE-, M D.. No. "Ill ir roadway!
JOSliPH WUltSlElt, M. D.. No. Iii Niuth-stroet.
NELsON STEELE, M. D., No. 37 lilooker-slreet.
JOHN O'hElLi.Y, M. D., No. 'SMFourth street.
B. I. HAPHAL.L, AL V., Professor ot the Principles
aud Prac lice ot surgery, New ?ora Medical Col?
lege, kc. No. ill Niutu-struet, and other?.
The proprietor also offers for sale.
BOTTLED WINES AND LIQUORS,
Imported und bottled by himself, cxprossly lor me?
dicinal usu. Each bottle has his certificate of it?'pu '
rity. UDULPI1U 1VOLKK.
February 21 19
LA?oti.\A UHAPTK::, NO. l, ::. A. M.
rpriE ?L??LAB COXVOSAHON OF YOUR
1_ Chapter will be ?eld 'I HIS EVENING-, at i Ight
o'clock. Mtrabcrs vnll take duo notice ued govern
By order M. E. II. I'.
JOS. H. OPP-tNDEIM,
?ipril 13_ secretary,
1.o. o. r.- JE FF misos LODGE, KO. I.
1UIE RLGULAB MEMING OF THIS LODGE
will be licld 'l uis EVENINO at Seven o'clock
pr?che]?. Pm clual attendance of tho members is
oirnestly requested. J. L. LUNSFORD,
April 19 tu Secretary.
CHARLESTON in (HC AND LADO K fl
COMPANY, So. 2.
THE COMMITTEE APPOINTED HAVING GIVFN
notier-, an fcx'ra Meeline: of your Company
? will be beld THIS EVENINO. ut Eight o'clock. Every
member is requited to tutend.
By order.-POT TO J.
April 13 1 Secretary.
ATTENTION! YOUNG A.11E1UCA F1UE
A1TF.NP AN EXThA MEETING OF YOUR
COMPS at Market Hall, THIS EVEN wo, at
Sight o'clocl; precisely.
Hy order ol thc President.
J. T. M-HER,
April 13 1 Secretary.
CHARLESTON RIFLEMEN s'JCIETY,
ATTEND TB F REGULAR MONTHLY MEET
IN i? of 3 our Seciety THIS EVENING, lith inst.,
at Eight o'clocl; precisely.
tig- Artic e 12 will be enforced.
F. EUGENE DURBEC,
April 13 1 Pec'ry and i reas'r C. R. S.
CHARLESTON Lil URARY SOCIETY.
THE REGULAR QUARTERLY MEETING OF
this society will be held at the Library Hall,
IHIS DAT, April 13th. at One o'clock, when, in con?
sequence of thc contemplated reeig. allon of the pre?
sent incumbent, au election will bo hold for a Libra?
rian, whose salary is fixed at Si00 per annum.
Applicants for the o Alee will hand in their letters
lo WM. G. MAZYCK,
April 13_wlia2_Librarian C. !.. S.
ST. PATRICK'S BEXEVULE.VT
AMEETING OF TU is SOCIETY WILL- BE j
hold at the Masonic Hall, corner of Sing an-1
Wentworth street?, THIS EVEHIHG at Eiuht o clock.
The Committee? will make their reports, and mem?
bers are requostod to attend punctually on important
business. Ry order of the President.
April 13 1 WM- BAKES. Secretary.
SOUTH CAROLINA FRIE N ?> L Y
AREGULAR MONTHLY MK ET INO OF THIS
.society will be held THIS EVT-NLNO, at Mud
stcdl's Dall, comer of King and Calhoun .-tri cn, at
Ki gu t o'clock. Ry order.
April 13 1? FRED. SISCH. sccreiary.
F I ll S T BAPTIST CHURCH IN
THE ANNUAL MEE UNG OF THE CORPORA?
TION of this i h ut cn wiU bc held To-Mon
Bow (Wednesday) E VENINO, iii-. lAih i J staut, at
Eight o'clock, in the Lodore Room.
By order oi tho President.
JOSEPH B. flYDE.
April li 2 Secretary.
CIT ANTED), A SUI ART, TIDY GURMAN
T V Gilli- to Cook. Wai>h and wait m a small 1am
I ily. Arroly at thc BAZ LAB, No. 301 Elng-siroet.
ONE ll UN ORS? AX M ION WANTED.
Whito or'Jolorrd Men wautod to cut Railroad
Tie- on the Savannah and Charleston Railroad.
Appli inm.-diatcJ.v| io.JOHN M. BRYAN, New Road
Sia ion cightoi u miles irom the city.
April 13 _tuih2_
BO \ lt O WANT E D.-Pl?ltM AN EMT
ROA?D AND LODGING wan)ad in a private
dimity, by a gentleman with two sons and two
?laughlen* all grown. Persons desirous of baring a
pleasant family. us above, will pl^a-r uddreHs "Koy
Uox PO st OFFICE, No. MM," stai . ? location, fir..
LAIIOKEKS WAN lED. -W A IT KOi
Fifty able'hodied Laborers, to work at getting
ont Phosphate. Liberal wges givna. Apply to H.
F. BAK.1 R .1: cO, Nu. 20 Cumberland-street.
April io _n_
SOI TH ERN SECURITIES WANTED.
Mo'-u e and Ohio SterliDg ant!. Interest Bonns,
Memph s und little Rock 1-irst Mortgage Rends,
Soul.i Carolina Uailroad -ixea und levens, Montgom?
ery and Kul.iula Railroad nouds. [euilorsod by Ala?
bama,1 Mississippi Central ItailroadJTrstaud Second
Mortgage Bonis. Andres? WM. R. UTI.C.Y k GEO.
W. DOUGHERTY, No. ll Wall-s'icet, New York.
WANTED, FIItST-CLA?S T HAVEL-.
Lina SALESMEN in svorv Staio. Good
wages oe a-liberal per cont, .md steady employment.
Address, wHEt-tamp, R. F. HOWE, No. 033 Area-,
stree'-,.Philadelphia, Pa. Tmos April 3
??f ASTER, SUBSClUtfEKS KUR AI JU
VV THE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEVfo
PAPERS, at publisher's raten?
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21 No. Ml King-street.
WANTED. AGENTS FOR THE AMERI?
CAN FARMERS' HCBSE HOOK, in bot'j Eng
II *'u and Qerman, by Robert stewart. V. h., cl Miss.
'I br worts covors the wholdt ground of tho b:t>o.liug
aniralpmg, and tho treatment or hones and mules,
bo:h in sickness and health. It bas woo its way to
popular favor, and istcylaytlie mos: popular and
be-t seRing Horse Rook.^uL Address C. j. VEN ,
Publisher, Cincinnati, Q, Gmo* Horch 19
WANTED. EVERYBODY TO SUB?
SCRIBE to thn-CIRCULATING liBRAHY.
CHARLES C. RIG UT ER'S Select Library of New
Books contains all ot. thc latest publication*.
April 21 No. 101 KING-STREET.
rpo HEM'. HOUSE AND LOT, C VNNON
X RTItKET, north Bide, ncxr west of tho corner
of Ashlcy-stre?t. ltcnt $300 per annum.
On tho 1st of Moy, PREMISES situated at tho
southwest corner of Wentworth and Rutledge
STORE No. ll Haync-Htreet, at a low root.
Now HoUsE, on Iorgo lot, on Rutledge Avenuo,
west side, north of Spring-street.
Apply to WILLIAM G. WHILDEN k CO.
TO RENT, A SUITE ?IP THREE FINE
R' OMS wi'h cvjry accommodation. Apply at
T a IS OFFICE._tutb3?_April 13
TO RENT, i li E ST URE AND RESI?
DENCE ooruer of King and Lauiboll-st'eeis.
inquire ol P. O'DONNELL, on th next Lot north
ol the above. February 21
font and /atm?.
PICKED CP ADRIFT NEAR .HO UK IS
IsLAND, two RAFTS and a WATTEAU. The
owner can . blain possession of thc same by prov?
ing p.operty and pa\ins expense?. Apply at tho
POINT HOUSE. Sui ivau's Island.
April 19 3*
FOlt SALE. A WELL ESTA BLI SD ED
GROCKI'Y STORE, with :cc House, -tock and
FurniiUi-c. Will ho sold cheap. Applv bv h-tler to
F. W. B., j/hirlei-ton j\ O._3* ' April 13
AT P ll 1 V A T E SALK, THAT FINE
fl'AND v.i'h fix tires for a Grocery, comer
Calhoun and East Bay streets, No. 35. Apply ON
PREMI-E.1. t hgt ii January 21
STEAM ENGINES FOR ?ALE CHEAP,
ifapphed lor immediately
tl) One 12 horse Portable ENGINE
(ll One 1-h orso Porta bio Engine.
(li One 8-horse-power ENGINE, in good condition.
CAMKTtON, ll ^ UK 1. KV k CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting aud Cumhcriaud-Btrcet?.
FOlt SALK, OLD MW SI?-I?. KS IN
any quiiitity. Price 75 couts por hundred.
The cheapest wr.ippin r p ipe,'that eau be used. Ap?
ply ul theolHro ol I HK N WS. March 1
CCOPARTNERS HIP NOTICE.- T U K
; undersign d have this day formed a Copart?
nership over tee style of HILCKE k sCHACHlK,
for tho purpose ol conducting an AUCTION AND
COMMISSION uUsINESS, at Nos 143 ead 146 tust
Bay, comer of Unity Alley, and solid; a share of
public patronage, GERRARD RIE RE
EDW. F. SCHAiHlE.
Charlealon, April 13,18C9. C_April 13
LAW NOTICE.-THE UNDERSIGN f'D
have ibis day formed a copartner-hip f r tbe
practice ot LAW AND EQUITY in all the courls of
the state, under tho name and style of CHAMBSU
LA1N k SEABROOK. Especial attention will be
paid to thc collection cf claims held bv parties out
ol the State. D. H. CHAMBERLAIN.
April 2 E. B. SEABUO 'K.
MISS EMMA E. HOLMES, PUPIL AN?
late assistant ot Miss BATES, bas opened
SCHOOL tor girls at her residence, No. 20 WALL
STREET, one door from Calhoun.
Terms, including French.$0 to $ looper quarter.
Advanced pupils.$2Pper quarter.
April IO alu h3
QU JU F JJ IM IC NT AK If D E MS F IT.
GRAND ITALIAN OPERA.
HIBERNIAN- BALL TO-NIGHT.
THE KA KB IC ll OF SEVILLE.
Ca intESTON, S. C., April 12, 18(9.
ii'Ile Durand-Hauy Of your friends, who, with
pride ami pleasure, bavo heard you on the occasion
of your tirst appcaranca in Chir.estou, would be
pleased if you would acccept, from your native city,
a mark of recognition of the eminence which you
have attained in the profession which you adorn.
Ihey, therefore, beg lo tender to youacompli.
meatary benefit tor to-morrow (Tuesday) evening,
April 13th, the opera to bc eclectod by yourself.
C. T. LOWNDES W. H. PORTER
A. G. MAGRATH BERKLEY GRIM BALL
i H LO. D WAGNER B. H. BRUNS
CHAS. H. SIllONlON J. DRAYTON FORD
J. D. AIKEN LOUIS .McLAIN
W. Y. Lhl I CH 3. B. OLNEY
I. S. K. II HM.?KIT H. C. ROBERTSON
LIEE HOWARD L D. MOWRY
H. H. DELEON F. J. RODGERS
JNU. B. L AFITTE JOHN HARLESTON
W D. CLANCY A. H. UOWJBY
JAMES LOWNDES B. R. RIORDAN
GEO. L HOLMES F. W. DAWSON
S. Y. TUPPKtt r\ W. MILLER
Aud a number of others.
CHARLESTON, S. C., April 12,1869.
To Charles T. Lowndes, Esq., the Hon. A. O. Magrath,
Theo. D. Wagner, Esq., and others:
GENTLEMEN-At the moment of going to the
Hibernian Hail this evening, I received your kind
note, tendering me a complimentary benefit for to?
Wiih pleasure and gratitude which I cannot ex?
press, I accept your flattering proposal, and, with
tho consent of the management, boc to nam? as the
opera to be performed, Rossini's ll Ba'biere di
With great respect,
MARIE LOUISE DURAND.
The complimentary benefit rt ferred to in the above
correspondence will take place
This Tuesday Evening, April 13,
Wien the favorite work of tho groat Maestro Rossini,
THE KV Itu IC lt OP SEVILLE!
Will be given, with nsw and complete costumes, and
the following caste:
lt OK! nr..ttl'lle DUH AND
FIGARO.Sig. PETR IL LI
DB BARTOLO.Sig. SARTI
DON BASILIO.Big. LOCATELLI
Count Al m aviva.Mg. KU IG.V OLI
Musical Director and Ancompan! st,
ay Admission, SI BO; Roserved .Scats, S2 00; Gal?
lery, $1 00.
O.W Doors open at Tfci! Curtain rises at 8.
?S-Sea a maybe obtained at HOLMES' BOOS
HOUSE, comer King and Wentworth ftrcet*.
03" Thc Opera Libretti may be had at HOLMES* |
or ut tho door. April 13
gT. CECILIA SOCIETY.
A LALL WILL BE GIVEN
SOUTH CAROLINA LULL,
This Evening. April 13, 1SG9.
T. PINCKNEY LOWNDE3,
April 13 thtu2 Secro'.iry and Treasurer.
A L E C T U It E
Will bo delivered before tho Young Men's Christian
This Tucsdr-y) Evening, the 13th Iud,
At Trinity Church, Hasel-street, at 8 o'clock, by tho
REV. WHITEFOORD SMITH, D. D.
fuhjact-"THE INEQUALITIES OF LIFE IN IL?
LUSTRATING THE WISDOM AND GOODNESS OF
The public is respectfully invited to attend.
April 13 1
Utittrrs in Bankrupta).
1% THE DISTRICT COU KT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOR THE DUTBICT OF
SOU IH CAROLIN*.-IN THE MATTER OF ROB?
ERT S. MILLAR, BANKRUPT-IN BANKRUPTCY.
To uhovi.it may concern : Tho uado signetl hereby
gives noiico of his appointment os Assignee of ROB?
ERT 8. MILLAR, ia the Dist-lct of Charleston asd:
Suue of south Carolina, within said.District, who
ha>* been adjudged a Bankrupt upon his own peti
tien, by the District Court of said District.
Dated tho 27th day ol March. A. p., 1869.
NAT. FIILDa, Asalgr.ee..
March 3d ms?
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
JAMES B. BETT
AGENT FOR SOUTH CARO NA,
No. 31 BROAD-STREET.
A PURELY WUT?AL WESTERN ANO
SOUTIIEKN LIFE I \>l KAV C Li
OFFICE OF CHARLESTON DEPARTMENT,
No. 40 BROAfMTJ*?lfiT.
Net Assets, of this Department Invested.
In this Community,
THIS ASSOCIATION WA3I.RGANJ.ZED ON THE
22d of June last, ou'y nine months a-o, and bas al?
ready secured an annual rovenuo from premiums on
existing policies of nearly S500,0?0 (Five Hue .
dred Thousand Dollarsl. Ita new business for the
month of December wa; S7.',393 30, insuring thc
amount of St,li57,l)<')l). Its new business for tho
month of January wai $86,934 71, insuring the
amount of $1,(119,000.
One mouth's busiucs being grca'er than that done
by thc largest und wealthiest Lifo insurance Compa?
nies in the United States darius th? entire first
year o? their existence.
I be Association was first started by tho most
wealthy and influential citizens of St. Louts, for
thc purpose of changing tho current or Lite Insur?
ance and Life Insurance capital norn the East to
the We?t and Sou'b, and u- tts plan ii liberal ?nd
just to evorv section, s tato ?nd district, the wealthy
meu of the West ond sou h g- norally are insuring
their lives in it, to Ino oxclusion f other companies.
This is shown by the fact that th- policies issued
during the monihsof December and January are of
an avorango omount of S7 3?8 ii, drawing an aver
ago annual premium of $118 20.
Tho largest average attained by any other compa?
ny in tho Dulled Stales is about 510 u to each poli?
cy, while the average size of all policies existing in
this country ls only aboul $2500.
These facts speak 1er themselves.
H. G. LOPER, President (Cashier People's N&tionol
W. GKO. GIBBES, vice-President (W. G. WhildeD ic
E. E. JENKINS, M. D., Medical Examiner.
JOHN B% STEELE (of North, Steele i Wardell.)?
C. IRVIN WAI KER (Wolkor, Evans ii Cogswell.)
G. W. AIMAR, Druggist.
H. T. PEAKE, General Superintendent South Caro?
lina Railroa-i. '
C. F. PANKNIN, Dragclst.
JAS. E. SPEAU. Jeweller.
D. H. SILCOX, Wholesale and Retail Furniture.
N. P. CARTER, Secretary and Agent,
March 20 lyr No. 40 Broad-street.
(tarries unb ?flisrclliincfluS.
10.0^0 GI M A CORN, per schooner Jans
K. Durfec. For eale by T. J. KERB 4 00.
SUGARS AND MOLASSES.
r f\ BHDS. MATANZAS CHOICE GROCERY
35 barrels uud tierces Barbados Fair Gro:cry
50 boxes Dry Ccnrrira.'al Sugars
150 nbds. Clayed and Muscovado Molasses.
For salo, to close comic;: wnt. br
RISLEY & CREIGHTON.
April 6' ?lutb3 Accommodation Wharf.
ii ll A BBL?, F AM LY. EXTRA, SUPER AND
OUU FINE FLOUR
500 sacks "Campsen Mills" Choice- Family and
O A TM KA L.
10 bbls. Oatmeal-Fresh Ground.
BO bbls. Fresh Ground Rye Flour-bolteii and un?
For sale by JOHN CAMPSEN A CO.
CORN! OATS ! HAY !
8000 BDSHEL3 PRIt3E WBlrE MILLING
1500 bushels Prime Mixed Corn.
4000 bushels Prime Virginia OATS
1000 bushels Prune Maryland Oats.
400 bale? Prime North Rifer HAY
100 bales Prime Haslem Hay.
For sale by J?RN CAMPSEN & CO.
Ofifi BARBELS LAND PLASTER,. LANDING
flUv from schooner N. W. Smith.
For sale low by OLNEY A CO.
50 bales Eastern HAY. ^
1) RIME NORTH Ca ROLIKA BUCKWHEAT, WAR
. RANTED pure and Rood, at 18 pounds for $1,
Turkish Prunes (for stewing) at 18 els per pound
Dried Figs in 4% and 8 pound drum*, at $1 and
$1 75 per dram, or 25 cts per pound loose.
For sale at tho
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corner Meeting and Market streetB.
Gcods delivered free._April 6
RYERSON & BATES,
Champagne Ale Brewery,.
HARLEM, N. Y.
THIS CELEBRATED ALE IS BREWED FRESH
all through th? year, and is guaranteed to keep
sound through the hottest weather, and on that
account is of all Ales tho best adapted to the South- ?
KNOX, DALY, k CO., Ag mts,
February 15 3mos Charleston, P. 0.
JEST RECK1VED ANO FOR SALE] BY
DR. H. BABB, No. 131 MEETING
EROS'S TOfUCCO ANTIDOTE
Guaran? (Headache) Powders
Bose's Cough Syrup
Scbenk's Pulmonic Syrup
Scbenk's Seaweed Tome
Saratoga "A" Water
Cherokee Itemed s - and Cure
Chloride of Limo
Spoars'Truit Preserving Solution
German Blood or "Kaiser" Pills, kc,, kc
CHLORIDE OF LIME.
FOR SALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. BY
Dr. H. BA EB.
April 3_No. 131 Meeting-street.
DEMIJOHNS, BOTTLES AND
IM POUTED LAGER BIER.
I f*f\(\ FIVE GALLON DEMIJOHNS
J.OUU 2000 demijthns, smaller sizes
100 crates claret and Madeira Bottles
100 casks Bottled Lager Bier, <n quarts
Importad from Bremen, and fer sale by
CL A CIUS k WITTE,
February 4 thstu3mos No. 86 Ss.st Bay.
No. 1 PE RU YIAN GUANO.
O/\i\ T0N3 No- 1 PERUVIAN GUANO. WAB-.
?2 v'\J BANTFD genuine and pur?, landing from.
Schooner E. F. Cabada.
For sale br X. J. SERB k CO. 31
April 13 . (/TS
?T A TONS Al PERUVIAN GUANO, DIRECT
OU from the Agent, warranted purs. Nowland*
lng and for salo by J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
April 13 nao i
7TONS PURE DISSOLVED BONE.
For sale by PELZEB, RODGERS k CO.,
April 12_2 ' Atlantic wharf.
THE LODI MANQFACTLTBIM CO.,
INVITE PLANTERS AND FARMERS TO-PEND
for a pamphlet descriptive of their Fertilizers.
Wo offer our DOUBLE REFINED P.,UDRETTE,
equal to the best Superphosphate, at the low price
of $25 per ton. This Company also make a supe?
rior article of Nitrophosphate and pure Bone Dust,
E. M. loon. Smithfield, Vs., says where be used
the Double Refined Poudre tte on corn it doubled the
WILLIAMS Baos. Dover, Del., says it gare then:
rhubarb and tomaloe-- a vigorous growth, ripening
the latter two weeks earlier.
P. W. HUTCHISON, sr, near Cherokee, Ga,, says it
nearly doubled bis yield of cotton.
Hon. ELI S. SHOBXEB, Eufaula, Ala,, says hi? cot?
ton was fully equal to adjoining nelda mantw-d wi;u
the best Superphosphates.
f?. MOHTOOMXBY, Ellaville, Ga? jt increased
his crop of cotton 150 His p?- cc're
G. S. OOLESBY, Mariet^ Q?m at on corn and
cotton ona say? it m^? than doubied the yield. He
regards it the cb^'pest and m03t reilab-e Fertilizer
within his k^jwlclge.
Ex-Qo^enior ; MITH, Wsrrenton, Va., tried it with
th<^e severo! crops tho last and present years, ana
says: 'T pronounce it with confidence a mo6t valua?
The Superintendent of General W. B. Cox, Polk
Island Plantation, N. C., says: "I think tho Pondrette
used for dru ca' nat bc surpassed; used it also on
cotton which produced alargo yield.
Dr. E. M. PENDLETON, SI arta, Ga., says: "The
nitrophosphato of Lime, used on cotton made 248.
per ceut. the first year.
Professor finites H. COOK, of the New Jersey
State Agricultural College, at Ss? Brunswick, says
"Thc Lourie Refined Poudretteand Nitrophosphate
of Lime paid us full 100 per cont, above their mar
kel value m tho increase of crops this year."
Address LODI MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Box 3139, New York Fostofllee. Office No. 66 Court
J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
AGENTS FOB TUE COMH&NY.
Januarv 14 thstuSuios
No. 1 PERUVIAN.
SANDY'S "SOLUBLE PUOSPHO-PERUVTAN.
SABOT'S "'A MM ONI AXED SOLUBLE PACIFIC,"
HIGHEST GRADES PURE PHOSPHA?
TE GUANOS AND GROUND
THE U?E OF THE ABOVE SOLUBLE PBOSPHO
PERUVIAN und Ammonltted Soluble Pacific
Guanos is particularly recommended, being com?
pounds of tho riebest Pacific Phosphatic Guano,
rendered soluble; the former containing twenty per
cent, of Peruvian Guano, and the lattor highly am
moniated- with animal matter-maning the most
concentrated and profitable fertilizers m use for cot?
ton, corn, wheat and Tobacco,
For sale lu bass and birrals, in quindes to suit.
Testimonials from those who have used the above
wiUbc turor od on application.
GRAESEH, LEE, SMITH & CO.,
General Agents at Charleston.
"Feed your Land and lt will Feed Yon."
December 24 DAO thstuAnao
No. 1 BROAD-STREET,
0KABLESTOH, 8. O.,
MINER, 8H1PPER AND DEALER
Sooth Carolina Native Bone Phosphate.
January ll 3mcs