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Address RIORDAN. DAWSON A CO..
No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S.e.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1871.
HEWS OE THE HAY. .
-Gold closed In New York, yesterday, at
-Cotton closed dull and lower; uplands 15J
cents; sales 2871 bales.
-In Liverpool cotton closed firm; uplands
7??7|d.; Orleans 7i@7?d.; sales 12,000 bales.
-The crop prospects in California, except
wheat and barley, are ^immense," owing to
the recent general rains.
-At Yankton, Dakota, John McBeth, alias
Jamison, a native of New York, was hung by
a mob for several murders.
-A party ot roughs failing to break up a
picnic at Palmyra, Mo., put. tarter emetic in a
spring used by the picnic*'.TS, five of whom
will probably die.
-The Paris commune has enforced temper?
ance on the wine-bibbers ol that city. All the
wine and liquor shops have been closed, and
no spirits are allowed to be sold to the troops.
-The Commune of Paris nave ordered the
Cafe Gretryv on the Boulevard de3 Italiens, to
be closed, for the reason that its patrons,
. chiefly men on the Paris .'Chango, utter too
many ruinous sentiments regarding the disas?
trous financial effects of the revolution.
-The New York World learns by a private
letter from St. Petersburg that the Intended
visit of the Grand Duke Alexis to this country
has been not only postponed, but entirely
given up. The World says that the Czar has
been so much annoyed by the propositions
made to him through his minister at Wash?
ington from ambitious private citizens ol the
United States eager to undertake the duty ol
"lionizin??," lodging and banqueting his son,
.that he has peremptorily put a veto on the
-Mr. Frederick Gaillardet, the well known
French Journalist, writes Irom Brussels slating
his opinion on the question of the immediate
future of France. He says that betting is
going on at Versailles that the army and peo?
ple of the rural districts will replace Louis
Napoleon on the French throne, but, at the
same time, he does not believe that such a
result will upsue. As to the purposes of the
Versailles Assembly his impression is, not?
withstanding their Bourbon tendencies, that
that they will maintain the republic.
-Twenty-eight churches, most of them great
churches of the first order, have been shut up
in Paris by the orders o? the Commune.
Among them are the Church of St. Genevieve
(the Pantheon,) the Cnurch of Notre Dame de
Paris, Notre Dame de Lorette, <fcc. Others,
like the Madeleine and St. Germain l'Auxer
rois, have been degraded to be places ol pub?
lic resort for speeches, concerts, Ac. All the
valuable articles in the churches seized have
either been removed or placed under seal.
Perquisitions have also been made on twenty
seven religious houses and charitable institu?
tions In Paris and tts environs.
-A g.rl named Agnes Norman, aged fifteen
TOSX5J Wat> ICijCULij onjit>;rrt ti?( uuiutu M i.\rn
don Police Court, charged with suffocating the
infant child of her employer. Facts adduced
at the coroner's inquest seemed to justify the
belief that the sirl had a mania lor causing
death by suffocation. According to the testi?
mony ol several persons who had formerly em?
ployed her, wherever she lived in service,
children, dogs, cats, parrots, gold-fish and pet
birds had mysteriously died, and without ap?
parent cause. The evidence of the physician
tended to show that the child first mentioned
had died from suffocation, the more especially
as an imprint as of two teeth was seen on the
lips. The girl declined to say anything, treat?
ed the matter very quietly, and was remanded
for further evidence.
-The Oregon and California Railroad is
making preparations upon rather a large scale
to biing Immigration from Europe to settle up
its vast land grant, which covers some of the
most valuable ten ?tory of our Pacidc domain. 1
General Wilson, late commissioner of the gen?
eral land office of the United States, is chief
.manager for^the company in this business
.Tiie immigrants will bc brought direct from 1
Germany iu ocean steamers, via Panama, and 1
transported without detention direct to the 1
railroad lands. The bonds with the proceeds 1
ot which the road is being built were negotia- 1
ted in Germany, and the lands are pledged for 1
their security and redemption. Thus an effect- 1
ive German interest was secured favorable to !
the success of the enterprise. . . I
-A recent diplomatic correspondence ls the '
subject of much comment in medical journals.
The Government of Ecuador has written to 1
that of the Uulted States in tho general Inter?
ests of humaulty, requesting that an alleged
discovery of a cure lor cancer and similar com- '
plaints 6hould be tested In this ceuutry. The 1
method of the discovery ol the virtues of the 1
specific is very suggestive. Previous to the 1
discovery, thu plant Irora which lt is procured 1
was regarded as a poison. Acting upon this 1
belief, an Ecuadorian Indian wife administered 1
a potage of lt to her liege lord. The experi?
ment proved a great disappointment to the
lady, as the husbaud not only did not die, but
recovered from a cancer in the stomach,
which, it not thus doctored, would in a few.
months have finished him.
-John Frederick William Herschel, Bart.,
whose unexpected death was announced by
cable on Saturday, was born at Slough, near
Windsor, (only son of the astronomer, sir
Frederick William Herschel.) on Mareil 7,179J.
He was educated at Saint John's College, Cam?
bridge, where he won the honors ol senior
wruugier in 1813. In 1826 the Royal Astro?
nomical Society voled him their gold medal
lor his observation* on the multiple stars, iu i
connectlop. with Hie asirouomer South. The I
astronomical society again voled him their ,
gold medal In 1836. for bis catalogue of nena. ,
Ix. in 1848 the astronomical society voted |
him a testimonial for his work oa the southern <
hemisphere, which embodied the results ol nia .
observations made at the Cape of i;ood Hope I
during the year? 1S34-8. In 1855 he was nom?
inated to the honorable position of ono of the |
. eight foreign ?ssociates of ihe French Acade- (
my. In 1850 he published his "Outlines of Ag- i
tronomy," a manual, the value ot which, lu a i
popular sense, can hardly be over-estimated. !
No mention of his failing health had been ,
made of tate in the English Jouruais. lt is ,
probable that his Incessant labors in scieuce,
Which in recent years have been us severe as
those of his youl h. have weighed him down,
and as he bad passed three score and len, the
strain upon the vital energies proved all at
once too great
-The Wtv-hiou'ton Captlfal says that the
President gave a specimen ol his refinement :
at the late state dinner. . It seems that Hr.
Preston, tho "Haytien"Minister, has not been
invited to aay of the3e dinners, because of a
difficulty between these high contracting
parties growing out of the late attempted an?
nexation of San*Domlngo. Mr. Preston didn't
like it, and so expressed himself. When the
invitations were being given out for the late
state dinner, it was understood that Mr. Pres?
ton had left for home. And so an Invitation
was sent him at the legation in Washlnton.
The stupid secretary, not understanding the
diplomacy i atended, telegraphed Mr. Preston
in New York that he was invited to this din?
ner, and this tropical diplomatic bird immedi?
ately took the next train, with h?3 wife, and
reached Wellington Just intime to attend the
dinner. When the ghost of the late respected
Banquo male his appearance at the state din?
ner given oy his majesty King Macbeth, he
did not create more consternation. The gov?
ernment turned as many colors as the Turkish
carpet in ti e East room, and when the minis?
ter held oui his hand, hie Excellency put his
two hands on thelman df his back,*not daring
to place them in their usual receptacle, his
breeches pockets, for fear the tropical diplo?
mat might seize it anyhow, then wheeling,
General Robert Y. Hayne.
It is wita mournful pleasure that we write
the name. Wien Ben Butler stands up and
harangues an assemblag'e of Boston negroes,
telling them that nothing could be more ia
the fitness of things than that ignerant, be?
sotted and thriftless colored people should
rule South Carolina; nay, that they are far
more fit to do such governing than the white
people; and when Wendell Phillips, on Tues?
day last, .n New York, contemptuously re?
ferred to us, the white people of South Caro?
lina, as 'the pitiful babes," it is indeed
refreshing to take even a ha3ty retrospect?
ive glancu at fouth Carolina, as it was in
the palmy days of the Republic; when states?
men who commanded the respect and ad?
miration of the whole country, and orators
scarcely second to the brilliant dialectician?
of Athens or of Rome, listened with ears
erect to the fervid eloquence of one of South
Carolina's son3, on the floor of the United
States Senate. Daniel Webster, we still in
our simplicity believe, /asas great aman
as -len Butler, and deserves quite a3 well of
his country as Wenuell Phillips, yet he-the
godlike Dan-never dreamed of banding
over the Commonwealth uf South Carolina
to tbe tender mercies of an ignorant horde of
semi-barbarojs negroes; nor did the idea
ever enter bis imagination of calling his
political antagonist in the Senate Chamber
a pitiful babe. These are modern discove?
ries, in tbe science of Statecraft. We were
led to this train of reflection by seeing in the
Southern Review, published in Baltimore, a
paper on the life and geniuB of Robert Y.
Hayne, perhaps the most brilliant name in
the annals of a State peculiarly prolific of
illustrious sons. This sketch, it is under?
stood, wa;, contributed by hi9 nephew, the
well-known poet and litterateur, Paul H.
nayue, Euq , and is as interesting a piece of
personal r.nd political biography as we have
read in a ong time. We have only room for
a few extracts. First, as regards the elo?
quence of the great Senator:
"Like Chrysostom's, his oratory was 'golden
mouthed.'_Deflcient neither in power nor in
passion ; blazing, when the occasion demand?
ed It, with a righteous scorn or fiery Invective, j
lt was chiefly through a cordial magetism of |
persuasive warmth, that he won the hearts of
his hep.rers, played upon their sympathies as
one might play upon the strings of an Instru?
ment, and finally so melted and fused in the
glow of his own equable but Intense genius
the Individuality of others, that, foi the mo?
ment, they saw with his eyes, reasoned with
his judgment, and felt with his spirit, surren?
dering their intellectual and spiritual identity
to thc forces of a spell as sott as it was Irre?
sistible. He never lost, at-the height of a great
argument, or even in he sweep and rush of
just denunciation, thai supreme self-restraint
which, alwavs Implying a reserve of power,
muk es the orator so emphatically master of
his theme, situation and audience. . * * *
Uu.'ike the elaborate masterpieces of Legare,
which often confounded the ignorant, and daz?
zled, rather than illuminated the average miud,
reserving their lull effect for the appreciation
of the scientist and scholar, Kayne's speeches
took captive the learned and ignorant alike ;
tlu*y addressed not so much the taste as the
soul, not iio much the casuistic brain as the
inlenc, ur sophisticated affections. Over those
leelings in mau which are primitive, simple,
universal, such as recognition of natural rights
ind repudiation of unnatural wrongs-all can?
did, spontaneous emotions which enter into
the constitution of unspoiled manhood, un-con?
tradistinguished from the more complex sen?
sations au! sensibilities which belong rather lo
the region of art-over all these Blayne's ora?
torical sceptre was complete.
..Before a brutal, infuriated mob, ripe lor
mischief, lt not blood, Hayne would appear
with a bold front and kindling eye, and hardly
tiad hu lifted his hand aud uttered a few words
ot 'expostulation and warning, in his clear, re?
sonant voice, ere the rude chaos was stilled ;
anger gave place to respectful attention, atten?
tion to couvlction, and the insubordinate
crowd, be it some moments previous upon acta
of lawlessness, were transformed Into decent,
sober, obtdtent citizens."
The great debate with Webster, in 1832, is
thus alluded to:
';The occasion upon which Hayne was called
forth to advocate the doctrine ol' State Rights,
ftc., can never be forgotten in the history ot
Congressional debate. Then it was that he en?
countered tho great apostle of Consolidation,
Daniel Webster. For the first time In the
country's history the principles ol State sov?
ereignty and centralization, .stripped on either
sia-.- of all disguises, were opposed In inonul
combat upon the lloor ol thc Senate. * * *
All conipiomise between them was over. The
Issue had been sharply drawn. In Hie pres?
ence of the elect for wisdom, reputation and
experience, from every portiou of America, a
battle was to be louttit and a decision arrived
tit which, little as some concerned therein
might foresee the truth, wus destined to build
between the two great sections of the bind a
wall of partition-moral, political and social
which only the violence of revolution coula
'.Never, perhaps, was a senatorial debate
iollowed through all Its details with such pas?
sionate, absorbing eagerness. Tue long galle?
ries, as Macaulay says of a famous English
trial, were crowded by such an audience 'at
tius rarely excited thu tears or the emulation
uf any orator. Ttiere were gathered from
every part ol' u vast realm, grace and female
loveliness, wit and learning, with not a few
representatives of science and the arts.'
'.As Itu debate deepened In Its meaning, and
grew more rapid lu the flow or its argument,
and the tla>li of its Bery invective, irrepressi?
ble buraui of enthusiasm and applause broke
forth iron every quarter ot the hall. The
speeches on both sides have long ?aketi their
place as classics in the volumes of American
eloquence. Every school boy is familiar with
them, from the Penobscot to the Bio Grande !
* ?* * * At the ooncluslon of Hayne's
speech-the second speech of the great series
-the triumph of his friends at what was uni?
versally felt to-be a masterpiece of dos? rea?
soning and impassioned eloquence, was only
surpassed by the chagrin, mortification and
alarm of his enemies. The New Englanders,
for the time, were well nigh paralyzed. They
lost confidence in their champion. But we are
bound to say, that as yet, they did not know
their man. They did less than justice to the
resources of a mind of the loftiest order and
the most comprehensive range and grasp.
"Webster's 'reply,' observes McDuffie, (in
his eulogy on Hayne,) 'was undoubtedly a
powerful display of controversial dialectics.'
It was far more than this. Considered from
an artistic and rhetorical point of view, it
Btands unequalled, except by some of the
finest utterances of Burke. Remarkable for
its perfection of style and richness of illustra?
tion, its searching, sarcastic bitterness, and a
certain splendid amplitude and rounded reso?
nance of language, lt was not less remarkable
for adroitness of suppression, and the quiver?
ing, arrow-like keenness with which impracti?
cable points were glanced over, or deftly
avoided. But does the logic of the central
argument rise to a level with the beauty of the
I rhetoric, or equal to the almost inimitable
finesse, the adroit d?gage grace wherewith a
damaging fact, or conclusion fatal to his cause,
is airily dismissed, or veiled In the glittering
cloud of his matchless Irony ?
"We maintain that Webster's constitutional ]
argument, lauded by his allies as profound,
exhaustive, unanswerable, so far from having
overthrown his opponent, leaves him where
he had taken his stand at the beginning of the
controversy, unmoved and undismayed, his
feet firmly planted upon the granite rock of |
the resolutions of 1708 !"
Of Hayne's personal appearance, we are
"In person, Hayne was above the mellum
height ; large limbed and compactly formed,
I with unusual breadth of chest and shoulders.
I His features were strongly marked and some?
what irregular, and his eyes of that light neu?
tral grey, which ordinarily seems to be lacking
in depth and expressiveness. 'In repose his
countenance was heavy. If not dull, but once
animated by the soul and genius which lay be?
hind Its impassive surface, the transformation
was startling. Then his grey eyes kindled,
deepened, grew inspired ; every linc of his
face woke, as lt were, from slumber, and every
feature blazed with eagerness, Intelligence and
MCMANUS-THOMA-.-On tho afternoon of the
nih instant, at St. Joseph'!* Church, Charleston,
S. C., hy the Kev. Mr Croghan, ROBERT E. MCMA?
NUS and Miss MARY J. THOU ts, all of Charleston.
No cards. t
'"??ir THE RELATIVES AND FBIENDS
kof Mr. and Mrs. William M. Hey ward, and of Mrs.
Joseph W. Faber, and Mr. Daniel lleyward, are
respectfully Invited to atten 1 the Funeral Services
of Mr. WILLIAM M. HEYWARD, at St. Philip's
Church, at half past 4 o'clock, Tuts AFTERNOON.
WARLEY.-Died, at Pendleton, S. C., on the
12th Instant, ARTHUR MIDDLETON V tinges: child
of Alexander Fraser and Isahella At. Warley, aged
20 months. _
ENUE, COLLECTOR'S OFFICE SECOND DIS?
TRICT, SOUTH CAROLINA, No. 48 BltOAD
STREET, CHARLESTON". MAY 10, 1S71.-NQ.
TICE.-Special Taxes (Licenses) ior ?TALE RS
IN LIQUOR OR T08ACU0, for the year end
log April 30, 1872, are due and payable at this
otUee ou or before the TWENTIETH OF MAY, 1S71.
may 10-6_W. R. CLQUTMAN, Collector.
^NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC-A.
BROOKBANKS begs to state to the public that he
will keep on han i a fresh supply of ICE CRiiAM
AND CAKKSuo supply the wants of the people.
AU orders seat to hts Mauds, at Ko. 93 Market
street, or Meeting street, above Queen, will be
promptly attended to. A. BROOKBANKS.
may 16-2 _
m~ THE SEASON IS APPROACHING
for Children's Summer Complaints, especially in
those who are Teethf g. A safe and secure reme?
dy ls ntl lmporraut, ?nd mothers will flud such a
one in Du. BA KR'S GERMAN SOOTH INO COR?
DIAL. To be had of all Druggists. apr24-mwf
.ar JOHN C. BAKER & CO VS GEN?
INEMEDICINAL COD LIVER OtL.-ESTABLISH?
ED 1830.-Acknowledged by eiuiueut physicians
lo be thc best lu the world. Sold by Druggists
-euerall.-. JNO. C. BAKER A CO., Philadelphia.
A full supplv on hand by
DR. H. BAER,
feb6-inwf?mos No. 131 Meeting street.
y$r GETTING MARRIED.-ESSAYS
FOR YOUNO MKS on great SOCIAL EVILS AND
ABUSt-.S which interfere with MARRIAGE-with
Bore means of relief for th? Erring and Unfortu?
nate, diseased and debilitated, sent free, In seal?
ed envelopes. Address HO?"AKD ASSOCIATION,"
No. 2 S. Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
/^firBATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE.-Till
SUPERB HAIR DYE ls tue best in the world-per?
fectly harmless, reliable and lustantaneoas. No
disappointment. No ridiculous tints or unpleas?
ant odor: The gennloc W. A. BATCHELORS HAIR
DYE prodoces IMMEDIATELY a splendid Black
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leaves the hair clean, soft and bcnutilul. Tho
only Safe aud Perfect Dye. Sold by all Drug?
gists. Factory No. 16 Bond street, New York.
?S- PERSECUTED O R G A N.-THE
human stomach has been a shamefully persecuted
organ There w.ns a time when for every direlec
tlon'ofduty lt was punished with huge doses of
thc must disgusting and nauseous drugs. In vain
lt rejected them, aud literally retur.-icJ them
upnu the hin lb of those who administered them.
They w?.rc forced upon it again and ?ipatu, until
us solvent power was thoroughly drenched out ol
The world ls wiser now than it was In that
drastic era, when furious purgation and mercu?
rial salivation were what Artemus Ward would
lutve calle ! Hie ' multi b')!t" of thc faculty, in
ca-c< of dyspepsi i and liver complaint.
Tbegreat modern remedy for Indige-tfon and
biliousness ls IIOSTSTTER'S STOMACH BIT
TE RS, a preparation willoh has Hie merit or com?
bining a palatable r?avor with such tonie, aperient
ami antl-bllious pro oe rt les, as were never here
tof<?re untrod In any medicine.
It has been discovered, a', last, that sick people
arc not like the fabled Titan:., who found prostra?
tion so refreshing that, when knacked down, they
rose from the earth twice as vigorous as before.
When an Invalid is prostrated by powe ful deplete
lng drugs hots apt to stay prostrated; and the de?
bilitated being ?uvare of tnefact, prefer the build
lug up to til? knocking down syneui of treatment.
HO.vrCTTElttS BITTERS meets lae require?
ments of the rational med cal philosophy which
at present prevails. lt lt a p Tfeetiy p u e vegeta?
ble remedy, embracing ihe three Important prop?
erties of a preventive, a to dc andan ?Iterative.
It fori mes'he body against disease, invigorates
ami revital zes the torpid stomach and liver, and
effects a mos'' salotary change in thc entire sys?
tem when In a morbid condition.
In this country where the enfeebling tempera
tare renders the hum.-tn organization particularly
susceptible to unwholesome atmospheric influ?
ences, the Bitters s'iould be taken as a protection
against epidemic disease. may is ODAC
MESSRS. EDIl ORS-PLEASE AN?
NOUNCE as a Candidate tor Mayor, at tbe next
Municipal Election, tue name or General JOHN A
WAGENER, and oblige
mayl" A FRIEND TO REFORM.
pgr CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
"EMPIRE," rrom Philadelphia, are hereby no?
tified that she will discharge cargo TO-DAY, at
Brown's Wharf. Goods ancalled for at sunset
will remain on wharr at owners' risk and ex?
pense. "WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent.
?ST OFFICE CHARLESTON CITY
RAILWAY COMPANY, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
MAY 17,1871.-During the continuance or the
Firemen's Parade this day, the Cars will run, on
both lines, as far as Basel street, and return.
mayl7-l EVAN EDWARDS, Secretary.
f?f COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON. -
The Faculty or thia College hereby give notice to
all concerned that the PARTIAL COURSE or In
structioa which was provided for by the Trustees
in 1865 has been abolished, and that the Curricu?
lum will hereafter be required of all the Students.
Candidates for admission into the Freshman
Class will oe examined In Geography, Ancient
and Modern; Roman and Grecian History and My?
thology ; McCltntock's First and Second Books for
Latin and Greek, virgil, Oaesar, Cicero's Orations,
Xenophon's Anabaals and Greek and Latin Proso?
dy ; Arithmetic Algebra through Equations or the
First Degree, and then Books of Geometry.
The first term of the Freshman year In the Lite?
rary Department ls devoted to Elementary In?
struction in French. Candidates for admission
into any higher grade must be able to read French
fluently. F. A. PORCHER,
mayl0-w4 Secretary Faculty.
3?- APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS
MISSAL.-Notice ls hereby given that the under?
signed, JOHN A BARKSDALE, Execuror or the
estate of COLLYAR D. BARKSDALE, duceased,
will apply for a final disc arge aud letters ?is
mlssory, as Executor ol said estate, before his
Houor GEORGE BUIST, Esq., Judge of Probate for
Charleston County, at his office, on WEDNESDAY,
the 24th day or May, A. D. 1871 at 12 o'clock M.
JOHN A. BARKSDALE. Ixecntor.
April 22d, 1871. apr24-mwrimo
$S- CHARLESTON BIBLE SOCIETY.
The Treasurer or the Charleston Bible Soc.ety will
receive Subscriptions or Donations at his office,
No. 68 East Bay, corner of Atlantic Wharf. The
payment of Two Dollars will constitue a person a
member ror one year. Blbies are kept on hand
ror distribution. The Society has one Colporteur
in the field, and solicits aid to Introduce another.
Persons Interested In the work or seeking further
information wllf please call on the Treasurer.
J. N. ROBSON,
apr28-6mos Treasurer C. B. S.
.jaer NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
to all Sub-Agents or the Land Commission, that,
rrom and-arter thc first day or Mardi, 1871, they
will report all their proceedings to Hon. F.
CARDOZO, Secretary of thc Advisory Board.
ROBT. C. DELARQE, h. C. S. S. C.
Columbia, February 28, 1871. marti
??f* READ CAREFUL-LY
FEYER AND AGUE.
The only preventive known for Chills and Fever
ls the use of Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for Dyspepsia.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Ia a pr?ventive of Chills aud Fever.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for all Kidney anil Bladder Complaints
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is used all over the World by Physicians tn their
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for Gout. .
WOI FE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
[R good for all Urina?}- complaluts.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPP3
Is recommended by all the Medical Faculty.
WOLFED SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for Colic and palu in the stomach.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is imitated and counterfeited, and purchasers will
have to use caution in purchasing.
I beg leave to cull the attention of tue reader to
,testimonials In lavor of the Schnapps:
1 feel bound to say that 1 regard your SCHKAFK
as being in every respect pre-eminently pure, and
deserving of medical patronage. At all eventstt
?. tl-.c purear possible article of Holland gm. here?
tofore unobtainable, and as such may bc safely
prescribed by pliysictaus.
DAVID L. ?OTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., September 1.
I feel that we have nov.' un article of glu suit,
able for such cases as that remedy ls idapted to.
DH. J. W. BRIGHT.
"Schnapps" Is a remedy in chronic catarruul
I take great pleasure In bearing highly credit?
able testimony to tts efficacy as a remedial ageut
m thc diseases for which you recommend lt.
Having a natural tendency to the mucous sur?
faces, with a slight degree of stimulation, I re
gard lt as one of thf most important remedies lu
chronic co-:artful affections, particularly those ?1
thc geuitu-uriuary apparatus. With much re?
spect, your obedient servant,
CHAS. A. LEAS, M. D., New York.
No. 2G PINK STKEET, N. Y.. NOV. 21,1867.
UDOLrno WOLFE, Esq., Present: DEAR SIR-1
have made a chemical cxauitnatlou of a sample
of your "Schiedam Schnapps," with thc Intent ol
dttci muling if any foreign or injurious substance
hud been added to the simple distilled spirits.
The examination has resulted lu the conclusion
that Hie sample contained nu poisonous or harm?
ful admixtures. I have been unable to discover
any trace of the deleterious substances which'
are sometimes employed In the adulteration or
dqtiors. I would not hesitate to use myself, no;
to recommend to others, for medicinal purposes,
the '-Schiedam schnapps" aa an excellent ard
unobjectionable variety of gin. Very respectfully
yours, (SlgnedJ CHAS. A. SEELY, Chemist.
CHSMICAL AND TECHNICAL LABORATORY, 1
15 EXCHANGE FLACK, N- V., NOV. 25, i?>67. j
L'DOLI'UO WOLFE, Esq. : DKAI: SIR-the under?
signed have carefully and thoroughly analyzed a
sample of your "Aromatic Schiedam Sc happs,"
selected by ourselves, aud have found the sanie
free from all organic or Inorganic substances,
more or less injurious to health. From the result
or our examination wc consider the anlcie one oi
Hcperior quality, heiiihfui as a beverage, aud
cileclua! In us medicinal qualities.
(Signed, ALEX. TRIPPED, CheaiUt.
FRANCIS E. ENGELHARD, M. D.
For sale by all respectable Grocers ami Dru
UDOLPHO WOLFE'S EST..
raar21-'33io? No. 23 BEAVER STREBT. N. T.
j CE" H o us ? s
state lined and Porcelain lined RBFRIOFRA
TURS Just received, add ror sale af low prices.
No. 53 East Bay, south of the Old Postoffice.
Q H. WRIGHT'S IMPROVED INKSTAND
IMPROVED DESK EQUIPMENT,
Containing all the r>-qiiislres for Merchants, Bank,
ers. Libraries, Fte idmg KooMis and Desle?. Each
INKSTAND contains ctter scale, sponge cup,
perpetual calendar, thermometer, stamp sale,
rotating mucilage noni.-, black and red inkwell,
pen rack, clock A:.I1 srailonw? drawer. The
most complete outfit for the desk ever Invented.
For sale at EDWARD PERRY,
Agent of the Calendar Inkstand Company,
No. 149 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel
Tbl'nighestmarket prfce will be paid for CITY
OF CHARLESTON STOCK, by
HOLMES & MACBETH, Brokers,
mayl 7-1 .." No. 31 Broad street.
WANTED, A COOK FOR A PRIVATE
family. White preferred. Inqul' e ar this
WAFTED. TWO ROOMS AND DRES?
SING ROOM by ist June. Addrea-f "N,"
W~ANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO
Cook and assist in geueral hou>ehold du?
lles, in Summerville. Must' erne well recom?
mended. Address Box S., DAILY NEWS.
WANTED, PARENTS TO KNOW,
that Children's COPPER TIP SHOES, all
leather, are soid ior 85 cents at the Mar ?shoe
House, No. 442 King street. W.O. CHAPMAN ?
WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED NURSE,
to take charge of an in; ant-must come
w. ll recommended. Apply at Mr. COHEN'S, cor?
ner St. Philip and Vanderhorst streets.
AGENTLEMAN WILL TAKE CHARGE
of a family horse and top boggy for a few
Wi cks, for the keeping of the horse. Apply at
this office._ mayl7-l
WA> TED, A WOMAN TO COOK,
wash and make herself generally usefnl.
Apply in Thomas street, one door from Radcliffe.
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO
cook and assist in washing. Mast be
n en recommended. Apply corner Charlotte and
WANTED TO RENT, IN THE SOUTH
ERN or western part of the city, a house
with eight or ten square rooms-ior which a
prompt paying tenant can bc had on application
to this cffli e._mayl6-2
WANTED, AN A 1 COOK. RECOM-.
M E.\D AT I ONS required. Apply to A M.
JACKLOM, No. 39 Montague street. may 16 3
WANTED, EMPLOYMENT IN TOWN
or country, by an experienced WhPel
wright. BKN MCCONNEL, No. 611 Calhoun street.
AYOUNG LADY IN TEE COUNTRY
wishes a fltuatlon as Companion'or House?
keeper lu the city or country. For terms, and
oiher particulars, address "ii," DAILY ^'EWS
WANTED TO RENT, BY A PUNCTUAL
and permanent tenant, a neat and pleas?
antly situated dwelling, containing not. less than
lour square rooms. The ?restera part of the city,
or the neighborhood of tho Battery preferred. Ad?
dress statine location and lowest rent, '.Tenant."
otaca "f ''ns NEWS._u; ns
_?Xe fient. . .
F"OR RENT, THE HOUSE OVER THE
Drug More No. 277 Klug street, near Went?
worth. Apply In the Store. mayl7wf2*
TO RENT, A HANDSOME SEVEN-OC
TAVE Rosewood Plano and Stool. Terms
moderate. Apply at No. 26 Pitt street,
ma. 17 l*
TO RENT, A PART OF A HOUSE ON
Rutledge Avenue, with or without Kitchen
aud servants' rooms. Apply at this oitlce.
TO RENT, A FINE STEINWAY PIANO,
in trood order. Apply ar. No. 309 East Bay.
None but a careful nerson need apply, may 16-3*
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE, No. ?9 Smith street. Possession
given Immediately. Apply at No. 6 Liberty street.
TO RENT.-THE COMMISSIONERS OF
. Market will rent the LOWER FISH MARKET,
.inplication made to W. KIRKWOOO, chief Clerk.
ROSEVILLE COTTAGE, AT AIKEN,
IO LET for the summer, at moderate rent,
reaches and Grapes for family use supplied
gratts. Address J. O.UKRBY, Aiken, S. C.
TO RENT, ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
a bakery, Store and Dwelling, all on same lot,
conveideut to lauding. Apply at this office.
TWO HOUSES IN SUMMERVILLE TO
ren>. either for the summer or enif-year.
One very nice House, wirri nuett Los In ?oe Vil?
lage. The o her. au infeilo- one, hut wtih exten?
dive ?.nt. well unpolled with Shade Trees. For
terms and further particulars, apply to JOHN
G.-DSDEN, corner Ashley aud Caution streets.
TO REN'J, A SUMMER RETREAT IN
the Town of Anderdon, s. C.-a neaatiful
Collage, containing six rooms, partially r?rnisiied.
The ga i den ls In a high state ol cultivation, and
the surroundings all t hat can he desired for sum?
mer comfort aud pleasure. From May to October
lhere ls not a more agreeable liicallty lu som h
? tan lina. Apply to P. G. DK FONTAINE, at lit?
.dis House, or to M., Box 100, Anderson, S. C.
BOARDING. - A FEW GENTLEMEN
eau b? accommodated with gool board
MHO piea-jat room-, on moderate terms by ap?
ply m ir ut No. 12 Wentworth .street. niuyl6
SINGLE GENTLEMEN AND A GENTLE
MAN and hi-* w?e, can Und p!<-usaut Rooms
und reasonable Board, at No. 2i> eitt street.
?7?i? SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
IL CHINES, of good quality, which are offered
neap. Call ar. No. 27 Queen street, between
?leeuitg and Cliure.ii sireou. firttl i
AGOOD SECOND-HAND T?LtsR d ?T
TON COMPKE-iS, ueariy completo, for sale
o.v the Wtliuiug'oa and Weldon Railroad Compa?
ny, at 3I5U0, ue-irly aa good as new. Apply io s.
L. FRK.MON P, Engineer aud superintendent,
ABARGAIN!-TO PRINTE'ts AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Buggies Wood Frame
Paper Cutler, will he sohl low for cash, ls nearly
tiew, cuts 23 mches, and has aa extra kn:le. No
ohargef for package. Price $10. Apply at TUE
NKWS Job otilce._marga
MADAME L?Z?ER, PARISIAN DRESS
MAKER, ha< removed to No. 2:tS KINO
SI'KEET, east side, between Market and Hasel
VTOT?OE.-TH W "hQUJTAUUS ott'E
ASSOlLVNCESOCiK CV.' of >.. ?.. York, h ive
leittoved from No.' 141 Meetiiu* stree, to their
new ottlce. No. 20 BROAD STREET.
WU. IL SHAW,
febl3 (teneral Airent.
fcnrnbcr, iuci, &t.
Tj i L D E*JP" aD FP'? T,.
No. !H CHURCH STREET.
THULE DOOKS Notent OP BRO AU,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LIME SLATES . LATHS
PLASTER TIN HAIR '
CEMENT TILE GRAVEL
eli I.MN EY TO PS SEWBRPIPE GARDEN VASES
.tc. Ac. .tc.
Now landing,a cargoofvery superior LIME,
for sale low.
Country orders carefully and promptly lided.
P. G. BOX '?li h. ?li, UKI>l KK.
Q il A RLES TO S
CORNER BROAD STREET A.TIJ BAST KAY
ADVERTISEMENTS taken at publishers1 lowest
cash rates for ALL PAPERS tu the United States.
WALKER, EV^S? .t COGSWELL
JJEEVES, BROWN & VAN WICKLE,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Itt ALL KIN US OF
DOMESTIC FRUIT AND VEGETABLE?
Ia their season.
Nos. 182 ?nd 163 CENTRE ROW,
WEST WASHINGTON HARKET,
* NEW YORK.
REFERENCES.- S. A. Lambert, willi Adolph
Nimitz. Commission and Forwarding Ko rc hunt.
No. 209 East Bay, Charleston. S- O. 3pri3-3mos
^TffA S?S?lf FIEE BNGINE00K
JLJL? PAN Y.-Yon are hereby aammoned to
appear at the Engine House, Queen street, TH-.s
DAT, 17ta Instant, ra full ?nlform, at 7 o'clock A.
M., ?barp, for Escort Parade.
By order EDWARD'WILLIS, President.
mayl7_ JOHN Mc LEISH, Secretary.
PIONEER STEAM FIRE ENGINE COJC
PANY OF AXMEN.-Assemble at your E l
giue House THIS (Wednesday) MORNING, at half
past 8 o'clock precisely ror Exercise Parade.
Bv order President SMYTHS.
mayl7_J. w. McKENRY. Secretary.
EAGLE STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY_You are hereby summoned to ts
B-mible at your Engine House, THIS (Wed?
nesday) MORNINO, the i7.th Instant, In full ur.l
mrm, at half-past 6 o'clock, to participate In fae
Bv order of the President.
ARTHUR M. COHEN,
mayl7_Secretary E. S. F. E. Co.
VIGILANT STEAM FIRE COMPANY. -
You are hereby summoned to attend at
Englne-House, State street, THIS DAT, the i' tri
instant, at 7 o'clock A. M., for Parade or Ste:.m
Fire Department. By order.
may 17_E. G. CHUPEIS, Secretary.
MEMBERS OF THE HOPE FIRE EN?
GINE COMPANY are requested to assem?
ble at ther Engine House THIS MORNING, at thr?e
quarters psst i o'clock, fully equipped, to partici?
pate in the grand display of steamers.
By order or President.
mayn__P. W. CROGHAN, Secretary.
P~~HONIX STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-Yon are hereby summoned to ap?
pear at your Engine House THIS MO KN INO, M 7
o'clock, In rull uniform.
By order President W. A. KBLLT.
GLENN E. DAVIS,
mayl7_ Secretary P. S. P. E. Co.
GERMAN STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-Iou are hereby snmctoned to ap?
pear at your Englne-House, THIS (Wednesday)
MORNING, the l7tn instant, at 7 o'clock, In .''ult
uniform (white pants, gloves and caps) ror Parade.
Every member la requested to appear.
Bv order of the President.
may 17-2_MAX BKLITZER, Secretary.
WASHINGTON STEAM FIRE ENGIliE
COMPANY.-You are hereby stimme ed
to .ippear at your Engine Uoune THIS MORNING,
i7i n instant, at half-past 7 o'clock precisely tn
full uniform, for participation In the Firemen's
By order JAMES M. CARSON. Pre-Ident.
M. FITZ GIBBON,
mayl7_Secretary w. S. F. E. Co.
ATTENTION ! PALMETTO STEAM FIRE
ENGINE COMPANY_Assemble at your .ia
glue House Tuis (Wednesday) MORNING, May 17,
in full uniform, black pants, at three-quarters
past 6 o'clock, to partlctoatc in the Steamers' Spe?
cial Parade. All Contributing and Honorary
Members are respectfully invited to particip?t?*.
By order ol the President
EUGENE A. ROYE.
mayl7 Secretary P. S. P. E. C.).
STONEWALL FIRE ENGINE COMPANY
You are hereby summoned to appear at the
Engine House THIS (Wednesday) MORNING, the
17th instant, at 7 o'clock precisely, in fall-ml
form, (white pu nts,) ?or participation lu the Fire?
By order President BUIST.
mayl7_WM. G. MILLER. Secretary.
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDER
COMPANY No. 1.-You are hereby sum?
moned to appear at the Truck House, Queen
street, THIS DAT. at ; o'clock A. M., precisely, In
full uniform, for Escort Parade. -
mayl7_J. H. LOEB. Secretary.
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADI'ER
COMPANY, No. 2.-You are hereby ord-jred
to appear at the Track-House, Wentworth street,
THIS, the 17tn instant, at half-nast 7 o'clock
precisely, In full uniform,? Tor Escort Parade.
By order Foreman J. c. LACOSTE.
mayl7 ' EDWARD MAGUIRE. Secretaiy.
MARION STEAM FIRE ENG?NE
COMPANY.-You arc hereby summoned
to assemble at vour Engine-House, tu full uni?
form. THIS (Wednesday) MORNINO, at 7 o'clock
precisely, to participate la the Tournament o-l the
steam Fire Engines. By <>rder.
may 17_GEO. A. QALDEK. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.-A REGULAR
Convocation of Palmetto Loilare. No. "...K.
P.. .vin b? Hem Tnis (Wednesday) EVENING, at 8
o'clock. Members will govern themselves ac?
cordingly. By ord r W. C.
mayl7_EDWIN J- WHITE, W. R. S._
Ti RE LODGE, No. 136, A. F. M -A
Recular Communication of Tyre Lodge, No.
136, A. F. M., win be held at Masonic Hall THIS
EVENING, at huir-pa*t 7 o'clock. Candidates for
Degrees will please be punctual.
Uv order W. M. WM. L. K'NG,
(Siroccrtes, liquors, &z.
K.o baies PRIME N. R. HAY, ex Steamer Clam
pl'm. on Adger'a WnarL
F..r sale by JOHN CAMPSEN ? CO.
QHABLES HEIDSIECK CHAMPAGNES,
SILLER? AND EXTRA DRV. A. LALANDE A
CG., Proprietor or the Chat. Leovtlle and Brown
Ganicnau Clarets. A lull assortment, or the above
Wines for sale by all principal Grocers and Wine
Dealers. H. BISCHOFF Sc CO.
pAUL B. L ALANE 4 CO.,
WHOLESALE PROVISION DEALERS,
No. 171 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
BAYE ON HAND, AND WEEKLY RECEIVING:
SHOULDERS. SIDES, STRIPS AN:) nAMS
Flour, Sugar, Coffee and Pork
Syrup, Molasses, Butterand Lard
Beef, Cheese, Mackerel and Herring
. ' Codfish, Si ,lm on
With a full and well selected Stock of GROCE?
RIES, which we offer at the lowest market >*ates.
??.COUNTRY ORDERS SOLtOITSD.
ALso, always ou baud, those good
PATAPSCO S. C. HAMS.
O O K OUT!
"OR TUE SIGNS OF TUE CROCKERY HOUSE
AND CAROLINA TEA AGENCY.
JOST ARRIVED AT
LIN LEY'S CHEAP STORE,
No. 3iS King street,
A new supply of tiiat famous DOLLAR TEA.
Also, a large lot or c. at very superior YOONG
HYSON TEA, walch delights ?..ilTea connoisseurs
who have ever tried I-, and which I sell at the low
price of $1 60 per pou ad. This (ea ls] guaranteed,
and lam willing to rc.und the money to any pur
ch ise; wrlM should be dis^atisfled.
A large lot or CANNED FRUIT, VEGETABLES
AND FISH, of tue most approved brand-, which
wilt he saki at low prices.
A general assortment of Groceries, at reduced
Roasted and Ground Rio, bago a y ra sud Java
Coffees, fresh every day. Trie roasting is done
upon thf; premises, under my personal super?
vision. Quality and kbuls guaranteed.
FRENCH CHINA I FRENCH CUINA I
fea Sets of plain French Chino, 44 pieces, for $S
TeaSets, gold baud French Chlua, ? piece?, for
A Urge assortment or French China ror table
use. Also, Fancy China Good.s, Vases, Cologne
sets, Motto Cups and Saucers, Tet?-a Tete Sets,
English Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, Hard
wane, Wooden ware, Baskets, Looking Glasses,
and a general assortmeul of House Furniuhlng
Goods-sold tweuty-tlvo per ceut. cheaper than
Special attention paid to country orders, accom?
panied with (ush.
All Inquiries by letter promptly answered.
No charge ror packing or delivering to any part
or the city.
maris-lyr JOHN W. LINLEY.
JP L U R r* FLOUR !
700bbls.Fine, Extra?ndFamily FLOCK.
For Bale by . T. J. KERB ?r CO.
JUNE GOLD LEAF CHEWING
A Supply of very flue CHEWING TOBACCO, Just
received, direct from the Factory, to which tue at.
tentlon of Tobacco Chewers la particularly b>
v"ed- W. H. WELCH,
S. w. corner Mering and Market streets.
FOR PURE TEAS,
GO TO WILSON'S.
FOR THE BEST TEAS,
FOR PURE GROUND COFFEE,
GO TO WILSON'S.
TO SEE THE NEATEST STORE IN THE 017*,
GO TO WILSON'S.
HATE YOU TRIED MY DOLLAR TEM
FOR SALE AT WILSON'S.
IS AT . .
No. 306 KING STREET.
ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE
STRIOTLY CHOICE TABLE BUTTER,
A SPECIALTY AT WILSON'S.
BUTTER KEPT ON ICE
AT WILSON'S GROCERY.
NO CHARGE FOR PACKING GOODS
AT WILSON'S GROCERY.
WILSON'S, No. 306 KING STREET,
BETWEEN WENTWORTH AND SOCIETY STE.
AGENER & M O N S EE S ,
NOS. 163 AND 165 EAST BAY AND NOS. 2 AND 4
Have in Store and receiving dally a large as?
sortment of .
FAMILY ANO PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
Consisting In part of :
BACON, HAMS, PORK, BEEF, MACKEREL, MO?
LASSES, FLOUR, SUGAR, LARD, SALT, SOAP,
NAILS, COFFEE, TEAS, ic. Aa
WAG ENE R A MO NS EES
Continually have in Store a large and well se?
lected assortment of
delivered free of cartage to vessels.
WAGENER A MONSEES,
Agents for laodor. Bosh A CO., st. Louis, Ma,
SPARKLING GRAND DUCHESSE CATAWBA.
Also, continually are supplied and have In store,
CHOICE CALIFORNIA MOUNTAIN WINE,
In sixty gallon casks and demijohns. These Wines
are equal to any Imported Wines In every respect,
JJATHOR?? SPRINGS WATER
Bogen A Son's DIAMOND SPARKLING CATAWBA
Bin ni ii ger's Old London Dock Gin. Old Tom Gin
Assorted French Brandy; Fruits, In qaart Jars
Assorted French Fruits, la own Joice, put ap in
glass stoppered decanters
French Pickle*, in fancy Jars
India Carrie, in flasks .
Yarmouth Bloater Paste, Anchovy Paste
French Mustard, ta glass puta
Queen's Olives, Capers, Bordeanx Olive Oil,
Florence Olive Oil, In flasks, and Bengal Chutney.
E. E. BEDFORD,
Late W. S. Corwin A Co.
janu_No. 37S King street.
NEW BUTTER, IMITATION ENGLISH
RECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS.
Choice New GOSHEN BUTTER, Jenny Lind Im?
itation English Caeese. Mild Factory Cheese, Pine?
apple Cheese, You ?g America Cheese,.Eldam and
Sap sago Cheese, Extra Smoked Tongues and
Breakfast Bacon Strips, Choice Pickled Beef, Fam?
ily Pig Pork and Pic->ledOx Tongues.
Outfield's, American, Whestphalla, Whitaker,
Extra Star, Davis's Diamond, and the celebrated
White Sugsrcured Champion Hams.
For sale by E. E. BEDFORD,
janli - No. 27? King street.
REMEN LAGER BEER
SCO I OU ALES
CHAMPAGNE Cl I) EIL
E. E. BEDFORD,
anil No. 275 King street.
Particular attention ls invited to the NEW,
LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF WATCHES,
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE AND FANCY GOODS,
suitable for Presents, jost received and opened.
JAMES ALLAN'S, NO. 307 KING STREET,
JAMES ALLAN'S, NO. 307 KING STREET,
JAMES ALLANS, NO. 307 KING STREET.
Ail the newest and moat exquisite designs in
SETS OF PEARL, GARNET, ALL GOLD,
CORAL AND STONE.
Leontine, Opera, Neck and Vest CHAINS; Seal
Rings, Diamond Rings; Gent's Pins, Pearl and
Diamond;P!alu Gold aud Wedding Rings always
ou tiand or made to order; Sleeve Battons and
studs, Bracelets, Brooches and Earrings; Armlets
and Necklaces, in Geld and Coral; Brooches for
Hair or Miniatures, Lockets, Charms and Mas?me
fins. Glove Bands, at
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET,
A few doors above Wentworth street.
ALL, BLACK & CO.,
Noa. 565 and 687 BROADWAY, N. Y.
STERLING SILVER JOKES AND SPOONS
m quantity, at
$1 75 GOLD PER OUNCE.
These Goods are pronounced superior in beauty
of rm It h, and greater la variety of pattern, to any
Table Ware manufactured.
A LA ROS STOCK OF
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.