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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON A CO..
No. 140 East Bay, Charleston, S.C.
Wit <?batf*#t0tt ITetty
SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1871.
NEWS OE THE DAY.
-Gold in New York, yesterday ? closed at
-At New Yor?, yesterday, cotton closed
steady; uplands 17J; salea 3750 bales.
-The Liverpool cotton market closed active
uplands 7?a8d; sales 20,000 bales.
-In accordance with the will ol the late
King Louis of Bavaria, the building known as
Walhalla, near Batlsoonne, has become the
property of the German Empire. It cost 500.
-Lizzie WUson, convicted ol.Infanticide .in
Kentucky, waa given her-choice by the Gov
ernor bongeen hanging and imprisonment for
life. SflBhosethe latter. She is represen
ted as being weak in her wits.
"_An interesting discovery has recently been
' made at St. Mary's Isle, the seat of the Earl ot
Selkirk, in the shape of the original marriage
contract of the Bride of Lammermoor, which
must have been. unknown to Slr Walter Scott
when he wrote his famous novel of that name
-The Cincinnati Germans refuse to obey
the recent order of the Mayor ofthat city clos
lng up their/ beer gardens on Sunday, and
have announced their intention, should he
persist, of voting against his party, .a threat
which they say will have tire effect of makin
_The announcement is made that the total
receipts of the central committee at Berlin
for the relief of the German wounded, amount?
ed to the magni See nt sum of $2,954,926 on
May 12th, of which very nearly one-fourth, or
about $730,000, had been contributed by Ameri
-Many Americans in Paris, especially those
who went to Paris as students and, remained
in the city despite the troubles, have under
gone great hardships. Money is very scarce
for these, and when they ceuld not borrow,
they have been compelled to pawn or sell their
clothing or what valuables they might have
possessed, to live*.
-One of the New York Tribune reporters
allowed himself td be arrested'and confined for
several days (Including Sunday, )4n order that
he might report the condition and manage?
ment of the Ludlow street Jail. His experi?
ence satisfied him-made him sick, in tact.
Fiiifcy quarters and -disgusting food were bis
-The men composing the body of the late
Taris Commune, with the' exception of such
well known characters as Assy, Bergeret, CIu
seret, Pyat, Grousset and some others, were
.nearly all rough and untutored workmen, who
were led by the men ol superior education.
They ranged between the ages'of twenty-five'
and fifty-one, and bad In general a very rough
exterior, and among them were some bad
faces. They were originally eighty in num?
ber, abd held their meetings in secret. It
. was always, in executive. session, and only
such portions of Its deliberations were printed
.as it desired.
-The great "pigeon-roost" lu Wisconsin
.presents some features o? Interest, apart from
the fact of the immense numbers ot these
-birds that are being slaughtered by hunters
and shipped to the large cities-. The present
"roost," which ls lor incubating purposes,
extends over a tract of country eight or ten
miles wide and,about forty or-?orty-five miles
in length. The pigeons have takenpossession | K
of the woods, and ttoir nests are' on every i u
tree. They number ^rlte as many as the
leaves in Vallambrosa. A peculiarity of the
method ol rearing the young of these pigeons
ls that when the "former are two weeks old
the mother birds fill their crops with food and
-desert them. This queer domestic process ls
now going on In the Wisconsin woods, where
these millions of pigeons are congregated.
-A Washington letter of Wednesday says:
-The resident committees of both political
parties have secured rooms at the capitol and
are arranging the preliminary details lor the
. distribution ot political documents and the
performance of other political work preceding
the lall elections.' These central organizations
have extensive ramifications into nearly every
township in the United States through State,
county and local committees, and are thus
posted as to the condition of party sentiment
and political requirements of every section.
The Democrats Intend to devote a good deal
of their time to the questions' ol taxation, es?
pecially the tariff, and are distributing seme
. carefully prepared speeches, showing that the
last tariff act^ passed by a Republican House,
was so manipulated in the line of special In?
terests as to actually increase the revenue
from customs instead of diminishing it twenty
millions, as was 'claimed at the time of its pas?
^Information has reached the Treasury de.
partmentofa singular will Just made in New
York. 4feentleman named Derby of that city
own? property to the amount of eleVen million
dollars, much of it in England, apd in bis will
he ha8,devis?d the whole estate conditionally
to the United States. The conditions of the
legacy are.lhat Congress snail pass an act
guaranteeing perpetual interest on the
amount at three per cent. This Interest is to
.be paid quarterly to the heirs of -Mr. Derby.
? Bis immediate heirs, at present are five
nephews and nieces and one grand-niece.
The substance of this cunooj proposition is, in
short, that Mr. Derby'agrees to give at his
death eleven millions to .the government, in
return for which the latter shall engage to
distribute among the heirs ol the testator the
sum or three hundred and thirty thousand
dollars yearly forever, or practically so-long
as any record* of the family can be kept.
-The lovers ot opera. Will "hear with pain,
though haidly with wonder, that \he superb
voice of Murio ot old is now, it seem3, a thing ri
ot the past, to be heard no more. Not that u
this once great artist is dead, but age has at p
last told upon him also, and the hero of? ihe e:
"Barbiere," "Lagazza Ladra," "La Traviata," b
and "Trovatore," has in all probability said BI
farewell to these and similar roles forever. At st
his recent appearance in Loodou in the char- w
acter o? Count -Almaviva, his voice ls said to tl
nave failed him entirely, and a Journal of that ot
city, a leading critiq, advises him to-withdraw, i(
telling him at tire same time ibat "to sing the fa
florid music thereof (ihe 'Rarblere') wita an st
extinction of voice :s simply au impossibility." vg
This ls rather iiard on the Marquis de Candia; tc
but with an even uni lite as his, and sixty-one s
.years on bis shoulders, wo cannot wonder if lt t\
should be true aud the advice be seasonable. S
But few atare of the operatic stage possess the Ii
discretion of Jenny Lind, and withdraw when ?
they nave reached ihe acme of glory. at
-M. Beuedeui. who dropped so suddenly rt
out of public recognition after he had grace- ni
fully performed the diplomatic preliminaries
the-War between France and Germany, con
again to remembrance through the sale of!
establishment 'at Berlin. The elegant apa
mente Of the embassy, penetrated only by t
noblest and the most trusted, have be
thrown open to all who choose to enter.
Benedettl's royalty-trodden carpets and roy
ty-used china and glass have been put up
sale, aud on Sunday they were fingered a
appraised by throng j of the curious. Sevr
vases, regiments of champagne and wi
glasses, a portrait of the Emperor Napoleo
gorgeous lu robes and crown, and a broad g
frame, heaps of plate and carpets in the l
lilrd room, stools, rn' ors and beds, all are
be swept out'with the representative of t
Empire. The horses are gone, but the gra
processional state coach, the ambassade
green colored private carriages, with coat
arms and motto, stand In the stables, a sig
for gazing Berliners. But the* most curie
object among those ticketed for sale, is a m
of Prussia as lt was when M. Benedltti tefl
curious from the fact that so few months ha
made sucli great changes necessary in
boundary .Ines. _
A III ap ec table Republican/
It is unfortunate for the cause of Repub
canism in South Carolina that one ol t
very few members of "the Party," who
personal standing and uniformly wise ai
moderate counsel have won the respe
of friends and foes alike, should have be
singled out for a distinction, which, bo
ever honorable in itself,*practically repiov
bim from the arena of State politics. Y
allude to the Hon. B. Odell Duncan. B
letters* on the condition of affairs in Sou
Carolina, which have already been- publish)
in THE Nnwa, have marked him as a man
keen perceptions and Bound judgment, ?
well os of honesty of purpose and undine!
ipg courage. Mr. Duncan's latest letter
addressed to a Radical contemporary, an
deserves nore than a passing notice. ?
begins by paying what he conceives to be
due tribute to Governor Scott for hi3 cours
since his re-election. He.says :
"He hais removed a large number of lncon
petent and corrupt officials, and appointed
much bett ir class of men in their, places. B
has disbanded the militia in counties where
caused disorders. He called on the Presider
for United States troops instead of listening t
the hot-heads who would have precipitated
conflict between the races. He vetoed a ap rt
ber ol corrupt bills passed by a most Infamou
Legislature. In my opinion he should hav
vetoed at least two other?-the tax bill am
the Green rille Railroad consolidation bi 1.1. Th
taxes'are outrageously high for a poor Stat
like Soutli Carolina, whatever the" Union ma;
jay to the contrary* and the consolidation bil
Demerits only a small -ring' of unworthy mei
nt the expense ot millions to the State. But
notwithstanding these two .pills were signed
>y the Governor, I think he merits and should
receive the support of all good men In his ef
'orrs to pct a stop to the lawlessness that 1<
lisgraclng our State.''
He considers, however, that the stoppage
?f presem; disorders. will only prove a tem
?orary. peace, uniese better government can
>e restored to the State. He adds :
..The Inevitable tendency of bad govern"
neut everywhere is to encourage the spirit of
awlessneris and disorder, if not open reslst
ince.t. the laws. Such has been the result in
reland, In France, in Spain, in Italy, and all
iver Eure pe; and Americana have everywhere
riven their sympathies, aud most properly,
oo, to those resisting oppression. But 1 ven
ure toas.iert, with considerable knowledge oj
he facts, that in no country in Europe has
here'beer,, within Vie last fifty years, such a
ilserable government as in South Carolina. In
io country*has legislation been so corrupt
nd parti ian, or the execution of the laws
een In the hands of such [incompetent, cor
npt and bitter men. Nowhere has intelll
wnce and property been more completely
oder the domination ot ignorance and vice,
hall we then wonder that there are disorders
l different parts of the State ?"
Mr. Duncan then proceeds to comment
pprovingly on the Hon. C. G. Memminger's
reposition for a new State Convention, al
lough be does not, under existing ci rou m
tances, think it either possible or wise to re?
lict the suffrage. He states his views as
..But, while I do not believe we could ac
Durpllsh what Colonel Memmlnger desires,
think much ot value contd be accomplished,
ne great ac. ?ataje would be the simple fact
f both parties being represented, instead ef
?ing a convention of only one party like the
mer olieV Then, I think, it might be possl
e to so : hange the constitution as to require
1 coming ot age after a certain date to be
ile fo read and write In'order to vote. This
iquirement was incorporated in the original
?port ol the committee on .'franchise and
ections,*' Hon. K. C. DeLarge, chairman, In
ie Reconstruction Convention, and I warmly
ipporled :t, as may be seen from the records,
ter it was abandoned by the chairman. I
as thea convinced that stich a provision
culd bi a wise one, and events since have
reatly strengthened my conviction, lt would
isfranclilse np one now allowed to vote; it
ouid be one of the greatest stimulants pos?
?le for ev/.'ry onoto learn to read and write,
ad lt would gradually bring about the salu
iry requirements desired by Colonel Mem
'.Another change which I think would be
mst desirable in the present critical condition
f the State, would be-to give the election of
enators to property-hold?rB ; say to such as
ave pa\d some tax, however small, on proper
7. Wii.u a Senate thus elected, and having a
irect interest in low taxation, the reckless
xpendi tures of the Legislature might be, toa.
onside ruble extent, controlled, and the ap
ointment ol incomp?tent or corrupt men to
ffice prevented. The properly owners of the
tate would not object to a tax voted by a
enate of their own eholce, or to officials con
rmed by it. At the same time the rights of
lie colored, people would be secured by the
louse ol' Representatives and by the Execu?
te, both the result of universal suffrage.
'.Then there is the principle ol 'minority
jpresentailon,' which has of late years at
.acted so much the attention of political
hilosophers. AS you are aware, the enlight-* ;
ned and progressive State of Illinois has
een tte first to adopt this principie in her con:
lunion. Ii would be difficult to find any 1
irongcr argument against this principle, even 1
hereiioclety is in its normal condition, than
lat lt ls new and untried. If in a certain ,
jnstitiency there are 9000 Republicans and
1,000 Democrats, nothing could seem more* j
.ir thti.n that the two parties should be repre- E
.n'ted in the proportion of 9 to 10. But lt
ould -ieem to be a pri ?clpie specially suited \
> the present abnormal condition of the t
outh lu order to create a proper balance be- '
veen the two races, fa most of the Southern 1
lates the colored people are in tho minority. 11
i sud, thia principle would give them repre- D
jntation in proportion to their numbers, in- j!
ead of leaving them, as now, entirely dn- 0
?pressnted, and at the mercy of their oppo- a
unts. In South Carolina, where the colored' '
people arc in the majority, it would give the
.whites? goodrbeavy minority o? at least two
fifths of the Legislature. Buch a minority,
even In the Legislature we now have, could
.unite with the honest, intelligent Republicans,
and prevent corrupt legislation.
'"Many other improvements to our constitu?
tion could doubtless be suggested. But I de?
sire to call the attention of your readers to
these three distinct leatures, either or all three
of which I think would, If incorporated in our
constitution, bc advantageous to the State and
to both races. While every right of the color?
ed people would remain Jusfas well secured as
heretofore, the rights of the property holders
would also receive due consideration. I think
it must now be admitted by all that this is ab?
solutely necessary in order to preserve the
peace and credit ol the State. I wish here to
state distinctly that I am no advocate of re?
pudiation, of a refusal to pay the taxes, or of
any other course that would tend to Injure the
credit of our State. But lt would be folly to
close our eyes to the fact that the expenditures
of several of the Southern State Governments
have been so reckless that the question of
ability to pay has been forced upon the people.
Our State is In this dnfortunate condition, and
if by any protests or action the taxpayers can
put a stop to such recklessness, they will have
done their State a good service."
The letter concia des with the expression o?
the belief that the salutary changes advoca?
ted* can be brought about if the Badical
leaders will bat pat their shoulders to the
wheel ia earnest. Something or this kind
must be done, M>. Duncan thinks, to pre?
vent South Carolina from drifting into a
state o? anarchy.
Forming New Comities.
New counties appear to be the order of
the day. There are movements ia various
parts of the 8tate having this object in view.
Now ii the motive is aa honest desire to
give the people increased facilities for the
transaction of public business, for the spee?
dier administration of justice, and to relieve
jurors, witnesses and others whose business
takes them to the courthouse from travel?
ling aa inordinate distance, as is now very
often the case-ii these are the objects of the
agitation, it. has our hearty approval. Bat
if, oa the other hand, this should turn oat to
be the work of politicians and office hunt?
ers, if fat jobs are looked for in the building
.of courthouses, jails, &c, if, excited by the
tales of fabulous wealth amassed ia a mar?
vellously brief space of time by county com?
missioners, others should be desirous to go
and dp likewise-if such be the objects of
the formation of new counties, we cannot
approve of tbe measure. And io this we
know that we represent every honest, right
minded man in South Carolina.
"County Commissioners." *
? The grand jury of Williamsbarg has made
its presentment, and of course found' stu?
pendous frauds' in the county commission?
er's office. This office appears to have been
specially created for the purpose of whole?
sale stealing. At all events, whether spe?
cially so designed br not by that wise body
of legislators, the late Constitutional Con?
vention of South Carolina, .it i3 certain
tbat these officers have, in every instance as
far as our information extends, proved
themselves guilty o? the most stupendous
corruption ever heard of ia these parts. As
Dean Swift says of the Duke of Marlbo?
rough" wba' ever else may be said of them,
they are not "worse than infidels," for they
provide well for their own household. The
grand jury of Williamsburg give3 a long list
bf frauds ; but this is all matter of course,
30 we shall not waste any farther space
i'un cr a i Notices.
icqaalntances of Mr. and Mrs. DAVID BAILEY,
ire requested to attend his Funeral Services at
:he Bplscopat Church, Mount Pleasant, Christ
Church Parish, 1 ms (Saturday) AFTKBKOCN, at 4
CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION. FOR THE BENE
5TT OFTHE F KEE SO HOOL FOND, Ko. 147 MEET?
ING STREET-CHARLESTON, JONE 2, 1871.
Dmclal Ranted Numbers of the Charleston ena ri?
bble Association, for the Benefit or the Free
CLASS No. ll-MORNING.
?4-5-51-36 -27-22- 1 -73-12-76
CLASS NO. 12-EVENING.
7-57-69-75-55-8-72-11-27-58 -6.1 - 25.
As witness my hand this 2d day ot June, 1871.
mav29 aworu Commissioners.
JBBV" A SAFE,*SURE AND SPEEDY
?emedy ror Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera, Sum.
uer Complaint and all Bowel Affections may be
lad in JAYNE'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM. Com?
pounded with care from the best understood In?
gredients known to the Medical Faculty, im action
s prompt, and always to be depended upon,
voile the reputation lt bas attained as a Standard
lonsehold Remedy should induce all, at this s?a.
on of the year, to keep a bottle or so useful a
nedlcme by them. Sold by all Druggists. GOOB
'.ICH, WISEMAN A CO., Wholesale Agents.
?kr* A PITIFUL CONDITION. -IT IS
i sad thing to pass through life only half alive,
fet there are thousands whose habitual con til
ion ls one or languor adi debility. They com
Hain or no specific disease; they suitor no posl
Iv? pain; but they havonoiellsh for anything
vhlcb affords mental or sensuous pleasure to
heir more robust and energeilc fellow-oeings.
Ia nine casrs, out or ten, this state or lassitude
ind torpor arises from a morbid stomach. Indi .
restlon destroys tue" energy or both mind and
>ody. When the w ste or nature is not supplied
jy a due aud regular assimilation or tue food,
?very organ ls starved-every function Inter
Now, what does common setisc suggest under
hese circumstances of depression ? The system
leeds rousing and strength'-iTing; not merely
or an hour or two, to sink arterward into a
nore pltiab e condition than ever, (as it assured
y would do ir an ordinary alcoholic stimulflnt
vere resorted.to,) bat radically and perminently.
How is this desirable object'to be accomplished T
?he answer to this "question, fouuded OB the un
raryiug experience or a quarter or a century, ls
ashy given. Infuse neiv vigor into the digestive
irgans shy a course of HOSTET!ER'S STOMACH
UTTERS. Do not waste time m administering
empotary remedies, but wake tile system up by
ecuperatlng the fountain-head of physical
tren gi h and energy, the great organ upon which
.11 the other organs depend for their nurture and
By the time (hat a dozen doses of the great
egetable tonic and luvigorant nave oeea taken,
le ree ile ream or the dyspeptic will begin to
?el Us benign inn J ea ce. Appetite will be crea?
se!, and with appetite tbe capacity to digest what
; craves. Persevere un Ul the care is complete
ntll healthlni blood, tit to be tue material or
ssh and muscle, bone and nerve, and brain,
ows through (hechinnels or circulation, instead
r tbe watery pabulum with which they have
eretorore ont-n imperfectly aoorisued. .
p&- DIVINE SERVICE WILL BE CON?
DUCTED in the "Orphan*' Chapel on SABBATH
AFTERNOON, at 5 o'clock, by the Rev. W. H. WIL?
LIAMS. * Jans
SECOND PRESBYTE BIAN
CilCRCH.-There will be Service in this Church,
To-MORROW MORNING, at the-usual hour, and In
the EVENINO, at a quarter-past 8 o'clock. Preach?
ing by the Rev. G. R. BRACKET r. may 27-Sl
THE MARINERS CHURCH WILL
be open for Divine Service every SABBATH MORN
INO, at half-past io o'clock, corner of Church and
Water streets. Services by the Rev. W. B. YATES,
UNITARIAN CHURCH.- DIVINE
Service will be held In this Church TOMORROW
MORNING, at half-past 10 o'clock, and m the
EVENING, at 8 o'clock, the Rev. R/P. CUTLER of?
ficiating. AU strangers are cordially Invited to
Subject for the evening diacoune: "Immortali?
ty, and the Recogni?on of Friends lh "leaven."
The delivery, of this evening dlscouTse.was-post
poned from last sabbath until the one following.
Juna_. , *_
. DRIVER BAPTISM.-ON SUNDAY,
June 4, D. v., between the hours of 8 and 9
o'clock, the 6acred Ordinance of Baptism will
be administered by the Rev. JACOB LLGARE,
the Pastor or Morris atreet Baptist Ohurch, at the
west end of Tradd street. The public are respect?
fully invited, A collection will be taken up to aid
the church. Jun3
CONSIGNEES PER MERCHANTS'
LINE Schooner MART A. HALL, from Boston,
will send to Central Wharf for Goods or pay ex
penses. WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
?&- CONSIGNEES PER MERCHANTS'
Line Schooner MYROYER will send to Adger's
North Wharf for goods before sunset, or
p.vj expenses. Xo claims allowed arter goods are
removed. WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
J tm 3-1 _
^CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
CHARLESTON, from* New York, are hereby
notified that she is discharging cargo at Pier.No.
2 Union Wharf. Goods uncalled for at sunset
will remain, on the wharf at owners' risk.
Jun3-1 WM. A. COURTENAY; Agent.
AGENCY OF. THE HOME IN?
SURANCE. COMPANY, OF NEW YORK.-The
business or this Agency will bo .continued as
uBual, at No. 36 Broad -street, until further notice.
J. R. CHRIETZBERO,
may31-W8rc3_ Acting Agent.
^-SPECIAL NOTICE. -DURING THE
summer months the ratea or Board at the MILLS
HOUSE wm be REDUCED to three dollars per day.
. J. PARKER, Proprietor.
G. W. PARKER, Superintendent. ma?23*-lmo
?&* MESSRS. EDM ORS-PLEASE AN?
NOUNCE as a Candidate ror Mayor, at the next
Municipal Election, the name or General JOHN A.
WAGENER, and oblige . . .
mayn_A FRIEND TO REFORM.
?&- NOTICE.-THE BATTERY BATH?
ING-HOUSE, os White Point Garden, has been
thoroughly repaired m all its various departments,
and is* now opened lor tte accommodation or
visitors. Thanking the public for past favors, I
Would most respectfully solicit their patronage.
mayia-toths M. MoMANMON, Proprietor.
CHARLESTON BIBLE SOCIETY
The Treasurer of the Charleston Bible Society will
receive Subscriptions or Donations at his office,
No. SS East Bay, corner of Atlantic Wharf. The
payment of Two Dollars will constitue a parson a
member for one year. Bibles are kept on hand
ror distribution. The Society has one Colporteur
lu the field, and solicits aid to introduce another.
Persons interested m the work or seeking further
Information will please call on the Treasurer.
J. N. ROBSON,
apr28-6mos_ Treasurer C. B. S.
?Sr NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
to all Sub-Agents of the Land Commission, thar,
(rora and arter the first day ld March, 1871, they
will reportad their proceedings to Hon. F. L.
CARDOZO, Secretary of the Advisory Board.
ROBT. C. DELAjtGE, L. C. S. S. C.
Columbia, February 28, 1871. maru
$SS* READ CAREFULLY.
. FE-VER AND AGUE.
The only preventive known for ChillB and Fever
ls the use of Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for Dyspepsia.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is a preventive of ChlUs and Fever.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for all Kidney and Bladder Complaints,
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is used all over the World by Physicians in their
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for Gout,
WOI FE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
lg good for all Urinary complaints.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is recommended by all the Medical Faculty.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for CoUcand pam In the stomach.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
ls Imitated and counterfeited, and purchasers will
have to use caution in purchasing,
oeg leave to call the attention ur tue reader to
testimonials in lavpr or the Schnapps:
1 reel bound to say that 1 regard your SCHNAPPS
IS being in every respect pre-eminently pure, and
leserving of medical patronage. At all events lt
b the purest possible article or Holland gin,-here
;ofore unobtainable, and as such may be safely
irescrlbed by physicians.
DAVID L. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical chemist, New York.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., September I.
I feel that we have now an article or gin suit
tole for such cases as that remedy ls adapted to.
Da. J. W. BRIGHT.
"Schnapps" is a remedy la chronic catarrhal
mmplalnis, Ac. .
I take great pleasure in bearing highly credit?
able testimony to ita efficacy as a remedial agent
n the diseases for which you recommend lt.
laving a natural tendenoy to the mucous sur
aces, with fi siigut degree of stimulation, I re
tard it as one of the most important remedies in
?lironlc catarrhal aifections, particularly those o?
!ie genito-uriuary apparatus. With mach re
ipect, your obedient servant,
CUAS. A. LEAS, M. D., New York.
No. 28 PINS STREBT, N. Y.. Nov. 21,1867.
UooiiPHO WOLFE, ESQ., Present: DEAU SIB-I
lave mane a chemical examination of a sample
if your "Schiedam Schnapps." with the Intent ot
leterminlug ir any loreign or Injurious substance
md been added to the simple distilled spirits.
The examination has resulted in the conclusion
hat the sample contained no poisonous or harm?
al admixtures. I have been unable ta discover
iny trace of the deleterious substances which
ire sometimes employed ia the adulteration or
Lquors. I would not hesitate to usc myself, not
o recommend to others, for medicinal purposes,
he '-Schiedam Schnapps" as an exoellent and
m objectionable variety of gin. Very respectfully
ours, (Signed) CHAS. A. SEELY, Chemist.
CHEMICAL AND TECHNICAL LABORATORY, )
8 EXCHANGE PLACE, N. Y., NOV. 25, 1S67. J
UDOLPHO WOLFE, Esq. : DEAR SIR-The under
Igued have carefully and thoroughly analyzed a
ample ot your "Aromatic Schiedam Schapps,"
elected by ourselves, and have found th? same
ree from all organic or inorganic substances,
nore or less injurious to healfh. From thc result*
ir our examination we consider thc article one or
upenor quality, heal inf ul as a beverage, and
ffectual in its medicinal qualities.
. Respectfully jours,
Signed) ALEX; TRIPPEL, Chemist.
FRANCIS E. ENGELHARD, M. D.
For sale by all respectable Grocers and Dru
;lsta. - 1
" UDOLPHO WOLFE'S EST..
mar21-3mos No. 22 BEAVER STREET, R. T. ?
WANTED, A^WO?I?K TO ff??K,
' Wash and do general Hon ge work'. Apply
In Thomas street, one door from Radcliffe.
WANTED, BY A COMP?TENT MANU?
FACTURER, a situation - as Bess Weaver.
or Superintendent of a cort?n -mill. Please ad?
dress W. LEHWERT, East Jaffrev, N. H. .
TO PRESSMEN;-WANTED A.FIRST
class JUB PRESSMAN*. .To a good work?
man of steady habits a permanent situation will
br given. None other need apply. J. H. ESTfLL,
wannah, Ga Ja .3-3
THE OWNER OF A HOBS ?T AND B?G
GT, Intending temporary a'osence from the
city, can hire them out for the stabling of the
horse by applying at th:s office. Jan2-2*
WANTED, IN A SMALL FAMILY, L\
first-class Cook, Washer and Ironer. Apply
Bj NO. 6 Ashley street._Jntfl-3*
WANTED PURCHASERS OF TICKETS
la the Laud and Immigration Associa'iou
Ot Messrs. BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO.
Tickets now ready Will be glad to see my friends
at Mr. E. M. MORELAND'S Office, No.'29 Broad
street. EBEN COFFIN. Sab-Agent. may29
AN ACTIVE YOUNG MAN (SCOTCH)
wants a situation; ls acquainted with Dry
Goods and Groceries; ls a sood Accountant, and
willing to make himself generally useful. Gan
give first-class refei enees. Address Veritas, Office
of THE NKWS._mayl8
A* YOUNG LADY" m THE COUNTRY
wishes a situation as companion or House?
keeper In the city or country. For terms, and
other particulars, address "B," DAILY News.
WANTED TO RENT, *BY A PUNCTUAL
and permanent tenant, a neat and pleas?
antly situated dwelling, containing not less than
?dur square rooms. The western part of the city,
or the neighborhood of the Batte ry preferred. Ad?
dress, statine location and lowest rent, -Tenant,"
office of THE NBWS. apri8
DENOE. No. 50 smith street. Possession
given immediately. Apply at No. 0 Liberty street.
ROSEVILLE COTTAGE, AT AIKEN,
IO LE? for the summer, at moderate rent.
Peaches and Grapes fOr family ase supplied
gratis.. Address J. C.DERBY, Aiken, S. C.
TO RENT, A SUMMER RETBEAT IN
the Town of Anderson, fl. C.-a beautiful
Cottage, containing sis rooms, partially furnished.
Thc garden ls In a high state of cultivation, and
the surroundings all that can be desired for sum?
mer comfort and pleasure. From May to October
there ls not a more agreeable locality.in South
Carolina. Apply to F. G. Dc FONTAINE, at the
Mills House, or to M., BoxlOO, Anderson, S. c.
COW AND~YOUNG~CALF FOR SALE
in State street, opposite Lingnard. near the
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS tn large or small quantities.
Price 60 CENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at the
office of THE NEWS. may IS
FOR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA
. CHINES, orgood quality, which are offered
heap. Call at No. 2T Queen street, between
Meeting aud Church streets._fohl'
ABARGAIN I-TO PRINTERS AND
' BOOKBIND IS RS.-A Rustirles Wood Frame
Paper entrer, will be sold low for cash, ls dearly
new, cuts?8 inches, and has anitra* knife. No '
charge for package. Price $40. Appjy at THE
NEWS Job Office. mar'2-j
?osi ano ? minis.
last, from No. 20 Charlotte street, a SETTER
DOO-white and liver. A reward wlU be given
for his recovery. . _juu2-2?
PRIVATE, BOARDING.-A LIMITED
number of Boarders can be provided with
pleasant accommodations by applying to Mrs.
General JENKINS, at Sum mer ville, s. C.
BO.IBDING. - A FEW GENTLEMEN
can be accommodated with good board
ami pleasant rooms, on moderate terms, by ap
' plying at No. 12 Weutworth street. DAY BOARD?
ING also furnished. # jnayie
Dissolutions of Coiaiirtncrsijip.'
Partnership heretofore existing under the
une of T. J. KERR A CO. was dissolved by Us
own limltatloa/m the lat day of Jane, 1871.
The business of the firm will be closed by. HER?
MANN BUL WINKLE.
T. J. KEF.R,
By W. F. Bataan, Attorney In fact.
The undersigned will continue the business
heretofore conducted tinder tue firm name of
J. KERR A 00. at the (ame place, Kerr'i
Wharf, mr bis own account and la his own name.
jnnl-6 HERMANN BULWINKLE.
MADAME LUZI?R,'P?RISIAN DRESS?
MAKER, has removed to No. 238 KING
STREET, east side, between. Market and Hasel
streets. . _ aprl6
T 1MB AND LATHS.
1,550 bbH. Fresh LIME
Landing from Schooner Frank and Emily.
CEMENT, Calcined and Land Plaster, Hair, Ac.
For sale by OLNEY A 00.,
may2?_Noa ll and 13 Vendue Range.
No. 04 CHURCH .STREET,
BUILDING MATERIALS of nil kinds constantly
on hand and for sale low. ' .
Agency for MARBLEIZED SLATE MANTELS,
manufactured by the Penrhyn Marble Company, a
beautiful Substitute for marble, at reduced rates.
Orders for Eoeamtlc Tile for flooring, and em?
bossed and ' Ut Glass for wLidowa, doors, Ac,
promptly Oiled at manufacturer's prices.
Jost received a lot or SASHES, BLINDS, Ac,
and for sale very low.
P. O. BOX 374. E. M. GK WIK E.
?'eojspupers, ?ilawines, ?*c.
FOR MAY NOW READY.
.CONTENTS AS VARIED AND INTERESTING
Price-For single number. ...*..25 cents
Per annum.....$2 co
For sale by
WALKER, EVAN.'} & COGSWELL,
Ptfbllshers. No. 3 Broad street.
AND BY BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE.
Cigars, Qtobaao, Sc.
i he undersigned. Proprietor of "EMPEROR
GILLIAM CIGAR EMPOKIC M," NO. 310 King
street, three doors sooth or Sucletv street, respect
fully s.ates to tue Smoking, Gnewing and Snar?
ling public, that he has coucludcd to offer extra
inducements to Wholesale arid Retail Consumers
oi'CIGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF. Ac., by disposing
if. his Siock at such prices as to secure a large
and rellaole trade. Au extensive aud complete
ss>ortment or all articles ia lils Ilde of business ls
Kept constantly on hand, giving a facility or
tilling, without delay, all orders extended to him.
accompained with cash, or draft on responsible
bouses In the city. Purchasers are requested to
examine his perfect stock before trading else
where. . WM. ?H RUDER,
Proprietor of Emperor William Ci^ar Store,
de ci 3-mu ox
J^ANIFOLD AND "CARBON PAPERS.
To Telegraph and Railway Companies, Brokers,
Reporters and Exchange Offices,
TRY COWAN'S PATENT IMPROVED MANI?
FOLD ANO CARBON PAPERS.
Send for price and particulars to
COWAN & CO., Stationers,
- . - a
No. 35 Pine street, New York.
P. O. Box 4748. For sale & y all S taiionera.
DAN LODGE, ? O. OrF^THE^Gl?
LAB MeetfngofDan Lo-ige, No. 98, willie
iield ac the csu ai tune and place.
. Bj Order of th? President. ?
Jnn3_PHILIP WISEMAN. Secretary.
BATESVLLLE MAN UF ACT ?ELNG COM
PANT.-The Annual MeetlDg of the stock?
holders of the Batesvllle Mannfactarlng Oompauy
wm be hf Id at the anice of Geo. W. Wllliamfi
Co., Factors, THIS DAT, the pd Jone, at 12 M.
mav30-f> Secretary and Treasurer.
r^. ERM AN RIFLE CLUB.-THE AD~
VT JOURNED Regular Meeting of the above
Club will be continued at Lin (lated t's Hall on
srjNDAT AFTERNOON. June the 4th, at 4 o'clo:k
precisely. . .
. By order. Ct H. BERGMANN,
PALMETTO GUARD RIFLE CLUB.-A
Special Meeting 6t the Club will lie held at
Archer's Hall, (corner King and George streets,)
on MONDAY EVENING 5th instant, at hair-pas ; 8
o'clock.. A foll attendance ls desired, as buslnias
or much Importance will be submitted. By order
of President HOLMES. A. S. DOUGLAS,
Jun i_Secretary and Treasurer.
ATTENTONS CHARLESTON RIFLE?
MEN CLUB.-The officers and members of
the Club who Intend participating In toe Prize
Target Exercise THIS AFTERNOON', are requcaied
te assemble promptly at Market Wharf, In citi?
zens d ress, with rifles, at half past 2 b'cio :k.
Honorary members are invited to-attend.
By'order. A W. LEWIN,
CHARLESTON TYPOGRAPHICAL 80s
CfET?.-The Regular Monthly Meeting of
your Society will be holden THIS EVENING, the 3d
instant, at 8>? o'clock, over?the Store or Mr. J. H.
Toilers, northeast corner of J3eanfain ana St.
Philip -streets. Business of vital importance to
be attended to. By order. J. D. PARRY,
(Groceries, jLiqncrrs, &z.
jrjATHORH SPRINGS WATER
Bogen A Son's DIAMOND SPARKLING CATAWBA
Blonloger's Old London Dock Gin, Old Tom Ola
Assorted French Brandy; Fruits, in quart jars
Assorted French Fruits, in own Juice, put ur- lu
flass stoppered decanters
Pickles, in fancy jars .
Ind a Corrie, In flasks
Yarmouth Bloater Paste. Anchovy Paste
French Mustard, in glass pots .
Queen's Olives, Capers, Bordeaux Olive Oil,
Florence Olive Oil, lo flasks, and Bengal Chutney.
E. E. BEDFORD,
Late W. S; Corwin A Co.
janli_No. 276 Ring street.
VTEW BUTTER, IMITATION ENGLISH
ll - CHEESE, Ac.
RECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS.
Choice New GOSHEN BUTTER, Jenny Lind Im?
itation English Cheese, Mild Fae tory Cheese, Pine?
apple Cheese, You >g America Cheese, Eldam and
Sap-Sago Cheese, Extra Smoked Tongues ?nd
Breakfast Bacon Strips, Otiose Pickled Beef, Fam?
ily Pig Pork and Plc s led Ox Tongues.
. SUGAR-CURED HAMS.
Outfield's, 'American, Whestphalia, Whitaker,
Extra Star, Davis's Diamond, and the celebrated
White Sugar cured Champion Hams.
For sale by E. E. BEDFORD,
Jami No. 276 Klug street.
REMEN LAGER BEER
E. E. BEDFORD,
ann * No. ara King stress.
Tee largest and best
selected stock of
to be found In
. ls especially invited.
FIRST ?LASS GOODS
306 KING STREET,
four doors above
LIE BIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT,
FOR INFANTS AND INVALIDS,
For sale at
No. 306 KING STREET.
jr^ O O K O U, T !
FOR TUE SIGNS OF THE CROCKERY HOUSE
AND CAROLINA TEA AGENCY.
JUST ARRIVED AT
LIN LEY?S CHEAP STORE,
No. 338 King street, .
A new supply of that famous DOLLAR TEA.
Also, a large lot of that very snperlor YOUNG
HYSON TEA, which delights all Tea connoisseurs-J
who nave ever.tried it, and which I sell at the low
price of $150 per pound. This Tea ts g uar. in teen,
and I am willing to'refund the money to a iy pur?
chaser who should be dissatisfied.
A large lot o? CANNED FRUIT, VEGETABLES
AND FfSU, of the most approved brands, which
will be sold at low prices.
A general assortment of Groceries, at teduced
Roasted and Ground Rio, Laguayra and Java
[Jorrees, fresh every day. The roasting is done
jpon the premises, under my personal super-^
rlslon. Quality and kinds guaranteed.
FRENCH CHINA I FRENCH CHIS/. !
Tea Sets of plain French China, 44 piece.', for $S
Tea Sets, gold band French China, 44 plebes, tor
A large assortment 'or French China for table
jse. Also, Fancy Ohma Goods, Vases, Oologne
sets, Motto Cups' and Saucers, Tete-a Tete Sets,
English Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, Hard?
ware, Woodenware, Baskets, Looking -Hasses,
ind a general assortment of House Furnishing
3oods?-8old twenty-five per cent, cheaper-taw
Special attention paid to country orders, accom?
panied with cash. ;
AU inquiries br, letter promptly answered.
No charge lor packing br delivering to my part
3f the city.
marl6-iyr JOHN W. USL45Y.
fficcgrlc0t C-icggrg. &t.
D^ltfWS DIAMOND. H?MS? AT 18 <n&
Pgr lb. a JOHN* HURKAMP A.- co.
"pLOtlB : ~"FLQOB ! FLOUB [
IMO bbla. FJne, Super, Extra and FAMILY
FLOOR. For sale bv
HERMANN B?LWINKLE, '
Jini. _ Kerrys Wharf.
J^EMONS! LEMONS ! LEMONS t
Ju it received, a fresh lot of LEMONS, at P.
JACOB'S Fruit Stand, corner Church and Market
stren, north side. To be sold at $2 so per hun?
dred or 26c. per dozfen. Junl-3*
gJIDES, SHOULDE.BS, irfT
50 hhds. C. R. Baco'n SIDES
10 hhds. Bacon Shoifidera
500 bois. N..O. and N. T. Syrup
15 cases Lemon Sugar.
Landing paid for sale at reduced prices by
Jon2-2 STEFFENS, WERNER A DUCKER.
gUGAB AND MOLASSES.
. io hhds. Choice DE ME RA R A SUO A R
50 boxes Prime 'Centrifugal Sugar
20 puncheons Demerara Molasses
loo bola. Sweet Muscovado Molasses -
For sale in lota to suit purchasers br
w. p. HALL;
may27-etntaS . Brown's Wharf.
OLD.N0RTH CAROLINA C?B?? WHIS?
KEY AT $2 PER GALLON.
.A SPECIALT T '...-.. ']
Highly, recommended' for m?dicinal and'all
other purposes where apure Whiskey ia required.
W. E. WELCH'S,
S. W. Corner Meeting and Market streets.
All goods delivered free. may si
QOGNAC AND La/ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, IN U. S. BONDED STORES.
A. "TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAT,
Offer for sale from U. S. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRANDY,
various vintages, ta
. ? s. Quarter casks
. Cases of one dozen bottles each.
IlTillmm), dressmaking, Sit.
QTB^AIT^^THXI N G
MRS. Cm 8TACKLEY,
AT HER NEW STORE,
No. 2?7 .KINO BTREET,;
FORMERLY THE DOLLAR STORE.
STOOk CONSISTING OF : .
200 cartoons BONNET TRIMMINGS, Sash,- Neck
and Hair Ribbons
loo cases NEW STYLE HATS, in Straw, Leghorn,
Chip, Cactos Braid and Neapolitan.
MILLINERY GOODS, in endless variety, v
50 cases SUNDOWNS .
io cases Magnolias
io cases Gypsy School
5 cases Sailor Hats '
5 cases Minnehaha .
200 dozen Chignons, in Jute and Real
Human Hau-, Curls, Frizzes, Cbatallns, Braids,
Ac, Ac._. _mar26
?jyj- ADAME LUZIER,
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER, .
NO. 238 KINO STREET, EAST SIDE, BETWEEN
MARKET AND HASEL STS., (UPSTAIRS.*)
FINE FRENCH CORSETS MADE TO ORDER.
tailoring, itarmstjmg GSooos, &z.
HPTTNG OTB?I N G.
M E H K B & MULLER,
? No. 325 KING STREET,
Have jost opened an entire New Stock of
CLOTHS, CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, Ac,
for Spring and Summer. .
Our Clothing ls a very' large and fine selected
stock for Men, Youths and Boya from $5 to $60
per suit. The largest portion ls or imported
goods and manufactured hy ourselves; we Can,
therefore, recommend them as regard Uta: wear
and workmanship. ? *
OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT
ls supplied with the finest selection of FOREIGN
AND DOMESTIC CLOTHS, DOESKINS-, DIAGO?
NALS, TRICOTS, MELTONS, CHEVIOTS, CASSI
MERES, Ac, and a very large stock of the. most
fashionable Pant and Vest Patterns, whieh we
will make np to order- by measure in the latest
styles. The foreman in this department of our
business has no equal in the artistic world for cut?
ting and producing arl elegant flt.
FURNISHING GOODS. .
This department is supplied with the celebrated
STAR SHIRTS, Foreign and Domestic Under?
shirts and Drawers, Silk and Thread Gloves, Linen
and Paper Collars, Neckties, Bo ws,Scarfs, Pocket
Handkercniefs* Socks, Umbrellas, Ac
Onr stoc? has been selected with great care,
and prices marked very low In plain figures.
Buyers in oar line will find it to their advantage
to give ns a call before purohasfog elsewhere
AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 128 East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Will give prompt personal attention- to the sale
cr sh ip nrent of
PEACHES.AND APPLES IN THEIR SEASON.' AND
COUNTRY PRODUCE. GENERALLY.^
Marking Plates, and Instructions for packing,
furnished oa application. _mav25-lmo
J O SE PH M D BB A Y,
SEAL ESTATE AGENT ANJD- COLLECTOR,
No. 109 EAST BAT, NEAR BBOAD STREET.
HISOLM ? WHALE Y,
' No. 39 BROAD STREET,
The undersigned have this dayl formed a copart
lership for carryingjon the Practice of Law, un
1er the Arm name of OHLSOLM A> WHALEY.
R. CEISOLM, JR.
OCt24_W. JAM KS WHAIiKY.
JEEVES, BROWN & VAN WICKLE,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Di AXX KINDS OF
)OMESTIO FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
In their .season.
NOS. 182 and 183 CENTRE ROW,
VEST WASHINGTON bf A t EE T,
RBFERSNCKSL -S. A! Lambert, with Adolph
limits, commission and Forwarding Merchant,
lo. 209 East Bay, Charleston, S. G. apciymoa