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HAVANA, February 1.-The Haytian orui
ser Saluuve has seized two French vessels
in tbe harbor of St. Marie. Tho French
Admiral dedaring tho Haytian blockade in?
effectual, compelled the Government to sur?
Afluir* lu WuHlilnglon.
WASHINGTON, February 1.-In the Senate,
during the morning hour a bill relative to
the claim of the Kentucky University for
damages sustained duriug tho war was pre?
sented. Several petitions from Georgia for
relief from rebel oppression were received.
Tho Asiatic Telegraph was considered.
A petition from numerous business men
of Now York, protesting against foreign
vessels carrying United States mails, was
presented iu tho Senato to-day. The Com?
mittee on Indian Affairs reported in favor
of an indefinito postponement of the bill
for transferring tho Indian Bureau to the
War Department. Adopted. Tho bill ap?
propriating $50,000 to fit up a store-room
for tho preserving of models in the Patent
Office, was discussed; and, after considera?
ble sparring, was finally passed, authorizing
tho Secretary of tho Iuterior to rent a build?
ing for the storage, and ordering him to
destroy nil models older than seventeen
years which have not been patented.
In the House, there was tho usual Mon?
day's call. A bill allowing Government
clerks ten per cent, additional, was tabled.
A petition from* the president, professors
and students, of the College of Physicians
and Surgeons, was presented, asking for the
re-organization of the naval medical corps.
The following petitions wen introduced
and referred : Regulating the sales of bonds
and bullion; preventing States from collect?
ing illegal exports, including the taxing of
railroad passengers; making the President's
salary $100,000; paying Lincoln's widow and
children $75,000; giving tho Greek Govern?
ment possession of and titles to two moni?
tors; renewing the grant of lands to Alabama
railroads; granting aid to tho San Diego
Railroad; for tho construction of tho South?
ern Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific Railway;
granting lands to Arkansas for the Missis?
sippi, Washita and Red River Railroad.
The resolution for thc admission of tho
Dominican Republic as a Territory of tho
Union, was tabled. The bill paying Walter
D. Plowden, colored scout and spy, in
South Carolina, Si,000, passed.
The Peruvian monitors will leave Pensa?
cola this week.
Xr.w Youk, February 1.-Three men en?
tered tho gambling saloon No. 50G Broad?
way, this evening, tied the attendant and
The distillery of Horton, Newman A v\>.,
was burned to-day-loss $120,000.
ATTGHSTA, February 1.-Tho meeting of
the Press Association lias been postponed
to the 17th instant, in consequence of a
meeting of the Direct Trade Convention, nt
CHARLESTON, February 1.-Arrived
steamer Saragossa, New York.
FINANCIAL AND Cl >M .H KC I A l..
COLUMBIA, February 1.-Monday is gene?
rally a dull day for cotton, but tho market
was quite auimatcd to-day, and some 52
bales were disposed of, at fair prices-27}.?
NBW YORK, February 1-Noon.-Stocks
unsettled and feverish. Money more
active, at 7. Exchange 9. Flour dull and
drooping. Corn dull and heavy. Pork
active and firmer-new mess 31.25. Steam
lard firm-barrols 20)?(2)20%. Cotton firm,
7 P. M.-Cotton unchanged-sales 1,500
bales at 2914. Flour dull and declining
superfine 5.75(^6.25; common to fair extra
Southern 6.75@,7.25. Wheat dull and
lower-whito California 2.10. Corn heavy
and lower-yellow Southern 94; old Wes?
tern mixed firstname.lastname@example.org. Pork firmer aud in
good demand-new 31.00; old 30.50. Lard
firmer-kettle 20%(o>21}?. Whiskey 98(o>
1.00. Gold wook, at 35;V
BALTIMORE, February 1.-Cotton is un?
changed. Flour quiet. Wheat firm-prime
red email@example.com. Corn firm-prime whito
87(a>88; yellow 86($87. Pork firm, at 32.00.
Bacon activo, at 14'.i@14'1.1 ; hams 20.
NEW ORLEANS, February 1.- Cotton stiffer
-middlings 28; sales 1.G00 bales. Gold
3G}?-Flonr-superfine 6.37'.?; double 6.90(a)
7.00; treblo 7.25. Corn 76(W>78. Oats 70.
Pork 32.50. Bacon-shoulders 15J.j; clear
rib 18}., ; clear 19. Lard depressed-tierco
20'<i; keg 22%. Sugar-common 10>4@
10%; primo 12??@13; yellow clarified 14,C'
(/ii 15. Molasses- common 30@34; prime
07(r?G8; choice G9"@70. Whiskey 1.00(//)
1.07?,<. Coffee firm-fair 14'^15'., ; prime
CINCINNATI, February 1.-Flour dull and
unsettled-family 7.25(^7.75. Corn firm,
nt 57((?/G8. Whiskey firm. Lard active
20 asked. Bacon firm-shouldors 14.'.;;
clear sides 18; sugar-cured hams 19@19>?.
MOBILE, Fobruary 1.-Cotton "market
quiet and steady, with sales of 300 bales
low middlings 27; receipt.} 2,276.
SAVANNAH, February 1.-Cotton quiet
but firm; closed with batter feeling-sales
1,000 bules; middlings 21%(?)28; receipts
AUGUSTA, February 1.-Colton market
quiet-sales 490 bales; receipts 480; mid?
CHARLESTON, February 1.-Cotton quiet
and unsettled; sates 250 bales-middlings
nominally 28; sellers asking 28>?; receipts
LONDON, Fobruary 1 -3 P. M.-Consols
93,'??. Bonds 75%.
LIVERPOOL, February 1-8 P. M.-Cotton
opened active-uplands 11%'. Orleans 11%.
A goat in Charleston recently gave birth
to four kids.
STATTE LEGlSljATl T.K.
FORTY-Fouinrn DAY'S PROCKKDINUS.
SATURDAY, January 39.-The 3enate as?
sembled at 12 M.
Tbe followiug members obtained leave of
absence: Hayno, Corbin and Montgomery;
ulso Librarian Walker and Door-keeper
The petition of A. S. Wallace, praying to
bo reimbursed the sum of thirty dollars,
paid tty him to tax-collectors, vrns re?
The petition and account of James W.
Vinson, of Union County, praying compen?
sation for services rendered as school?
teacher in teaching the children of indigent
parents, was referred.
The petition of J. M. Elford, of Spartan
burg County, praying the removal of bis
political disabilities, was referred.
The Committee ou Incorporations, io
whom was referred a l ill to incorporate the
Aiken Sanitary Association, reported back
tho same, with a recommendation that the
bill do pass. Amended and referred to a
Messages Nos. 28 and 2;) from the Go?
vernor, OU Executive business, was presented
to the Senate.
The Committee on Incorporations, to
whom was referred the petition of citizens
of the new town of Pickcus, iu the County'
of Pickens, praying for nu Act of incorpo?
ration with its usual powers and privileges,
reported back thc some, accompanied by a
bill to incorporate the town of Pickens, in
Pickens Covmty. The bill received its first
reading and was ordered for a second read?
ing and consideration.
The Committee on the Judiciary, to
whom was referred a bill to enforce the pro?
visions of the civil rights bill of the United
States Congress, submitted tho report ol
that committee, with a recommendation
that tho bill do pass. Ordered for conside?
ration on Tnesdny.
The Committee on Elections, submitted
a dissenting report of members of thal
committee ou a bill to confirm nud declare
valid tho recent election of Mayor and
Aldermen of the city of Charleston. Made
the special order for Thursday next, at 1
Tho Committee on the Judiciary, tc
whom was referred the petition of sundry
citizens of Beaufort County, praying legis
lutiou to prevent depredations ou their pro
perty, submitted tho report of that commit
tee, recommending that the petition be hut
upon tho table. Also, on a bill to amen?
un Act entitled "An Act to organize tin
Circuit Courts," with a recommeudatioi
that all after the enacting clause be stricken
out, and inserting in lieu thereof tin
amendments submitted by the committee
which were ordered for consideration ot
A bill to amend an Act entitled "Au Ac
to license certain persons herein named, ti
net as pilots, and to pr?vida the terms npoi
which they Khali hereafter be licensed," re
ceived its first reading.
A resolution was presented, that the ('lei 1
of the Senate and thc Clerk of the Lions
of Representatives be instructed to dra\
pay certificates for tho per diem of member
to and inclusive of-, and for officers am
employees of tho General Assembly in sue
amounts as may be agreed upon by th
Committeo on Finance, of tho Senate, an
the Committceo of Ways and Means, of th
House of Representatives. Ordered fo
consideration on Tuosday.
Sundry bills received their second read
A bill to alter aud amend an Aot entitle
"An Act to authorize tho sale of the Cc
lnmbia Canal received its third reading
passed, its title changed to that of an Aol
and ordered to be returned to the House c
A bill to incorporate the Citizens" Saving
Bank of South Carolina, was laid upon th
A bill to amend tho e-hartor of tho Sn
phuric Acid and Super-phosphate Compan
was read by its title, and referred to th
Committee on tho Judiciary.
The Seuate adjourned at 2.25 P. M., t
meet on Tuesday next.
The House was not in session.
OOONEE.-Tho Walhalla Courier, of Fr
day, contains tho following items:
Wo regret to announce tho death of M
John Capebeart, an old and highly respecte
citizen, which ocenrrod quito suddenly o
Saturday morning last, at hisresidenco nei
Col. Low, of Illinois, and Mojor Lee, la1
Superintendent of tho South Carolina Pen
teutiary, arrived in our town Monday cvei
ing last. These engineers have entere
upon their duties of survey, and ro-estima
of work necessary for tho completion of tl
Blue Ridge Railroad. They left Wulbai
Tuesday for Clayton, Georgia.
SOUTHERN STOCKS IN WALL STREET.-Tl
Herald's money article for Wednesday say
"Tho Southern and border State bone
were dull under a diminished inquiry ar
the market was inclined to yield. Iudee
tho reaction which commenced nt tho b
ginning of tho week has not ceased,
shows how extensively the lato demand w
speculative. Thoao who 'unloaded' at tl
high prices of last week aro 'bearing' tl
market now to buy bock again." Its repo
for Thursday, says: "Southern State e
curities were inactive."
Mr. Timothy I). Kennedy, of Andorst
Court House, has received tho appoint nie
of cadet to Wost Point, from tho Th i
Congressional District, and npon roceivii
notice to this effect from tho Secretary
War, has signified bia acceptance.
St. Valentino's Day falls this year on Su
day. We presnmo the sacredness of t
day will not deter love-sick ones from son
ing their tender missives, or tho ridionlout
inclined from posting caricatures.
Tile Arkansas Horrnr-ExccnfScn cf tbe
MUK In Pleads.
Tho four colored militiamen, onmed Wil?
liam PdrteW Monroe Allon, Hector Aotou,
and Wm. Reese, connected with the force
stationed nt Marion, Crittenden County,
I Arkansas, who perpetrated a fieudish and
benstly crimo upon several women living in
tho vicinity of the camp, were arraigned be?
fore a court-martial on the 18th instant, aud
were couvicted of the alleged charges, and
shot hy order of the court on the following
Tho rote of the court, in deciding the case
of all the parlies, was unnuimous for con?
viction. Upon tlje close of the trial tho
criminals were confined to the guardhouse,
and were allowed the company of the col?
ored chaplains connected with the force,
who administered religious consolation to
their troubled minds, till the time arrived
for their execution, which was formally an?
nounced to the prisoners a half hour pre?
vious to their death.
Tho iuterveuiug moments between the
announcement and the time they were shot
were of dreadful agony and wailing, mingled
with cries to the officers to abate their pun?
ishment, and prayers to the Giver of their
lives for pardon aud mercy. Their piteous
and loud cries rent the air, and were heard
throughout the neighborhood, sending a
chill of horror to all. The men and officers
of the garrison were, however, unanimous
in their condemnation of the outrage, and
not a word of remonstrance, or an intima?
tion of r?sistance to the execution of tho
sentence of tho court, was heard. On tho
contrary, it was feared by tho officers, from
tho excited feelings of th? privates, (par?
ticularly of those in the same company of
tho criminals.) that previous to the promul?
gation of the order of the court-martial they
would break through the guard and deal out
vengeance themselves to the prisoners, who
had so cruelly disgraced them.
A few minutes previous to tho execution,
tho prisoners were led out from the barri?
cade a short distance, where their coffins
were laid sido by side, a few feet apart, and
each tied to a stake driven in the ground at
the end of the coffins, with their backs tc
the same. Forty men, all colored, and sc
lected from every company, under com
maud of Lieut. Gregory, colored, were de
tailed to shoot tho criminals. They wen
drawn up in two ranks. At the commune
of the officer the front rank leveled theil
guns at tho men and fired, the fatal shot;
killing each of them instantly. A squad o
men was then detailed to place the bodies ii
their collins and bury them. The affair wa
witnessed by the entire militia force, witl
tho exception of several scouting parties.
The names of the women who were out
I raged arc as follows: Mrs. J. Reeves, Mrs
j Jas. Watson, Mrs. Galloway, Mrs. McGee
j and Miss Sweptsen. All wore married nn<
i hail families, save the latter.
I Memphis Post, 21s/ January.
The population of Union C. ll. is 792
whites ?151; colored 111.
Charles J. Dupont, the great guupowdo
man, of Wilmington, Del., is dead.
The Charleston branch of the Freedmen'
Savings Rank has 1,218 depositors, and d(
posits to the amount of 885,555.91.
On the railroad line from Charlotte, >
C., to Granitoville, S. C., Georgo E. 1
Windsor is appointed an additional rout
agent at SI,080 per annum.
Henry Ward Beecher says that when hi
was a student ho frequently walked thirt;
miles a day. On one occasion, to soo
certain family, he walked fifty miles. It i
to bc presumed that ho finally became
member of that family.
Tho Greenville Mountaineer repels tl
charges made by A. S. Wallace, the dofeatc
candidate for Congress, against tho peac
and good order of the people of Greenvil
County during tho late election.
Tho Supreme Court dosed its labors c
Friday. The closing argument in the cai
of the South Carolina Railroad Compan
vs. tho Columbia and Augusta Ruilroa
Company, was made by Hon. A. G. M
Grath, for tho South Carolina Railroai
Judge Hogo goes to Washington in a fe
days, aud it is probably his last appearam
on tho bench.
MISCEGENATION.-Mrs. Padget, late <
South Carolina, appeared beforo Justit
Lain, yesterday, and made oath that lu
daughter, named Maria Padget, was liviu
in a state of adultery with a mulatto mr
named Stephen Knight; and also that n
other daughter, named Voisin Padget, w
living in the same manner with a coal blot
nigger, named William Gardiner. Tl
whole party were arrested and committc
to jail io default of bonds for their appes
ance at court.-Savannah Republican.
A new series of postage stamps is
course of preparation by tho Post Ofii
Department. They will bo smaller tin
those now in use, but of handsomer fini
and design. On tho two-cent stamp is i
engraving of a post-boy on horseback, ai
ou tho three-con t, a locomotive under u fi
head of steam. Tho five-cent stamp co
tains a head of Washington, and tho tc
cent stamp a picture of tho Declaration
Independence. On tho twelve-cent stau
an engraving of an ocean steamship is sec
and the thirty-cent stamp is decorated wi
the surrender of Burgoyne.
TrrF. WOODPECKER.-An exchaugo saj
? "Wo havo seen planters killing tho woo
pecker for sport. They aro regarded ai
nuisance, because thoy peek holes in t
(shtick, and aro charged with eating you
com. Butin this last particular injus'i
is done them. If you will go to every c
? they have pecked, and examino closely, y
will find that a worm has been there enti
the corn, but it is not there then, beear
tho woodpecker has taken it off the car a
swallowed it. Instead of eating your coi
it will protect it from tho worm. Ho
therefore, your friend and not your enea
and you should not kill him."
Northern People Welcome at tlie Sou.n.
To the Editor of the Tribxine-SIB: In a
letter to you from Tennessee, dated tho 4th
ult., I stated that Northern men would re?
ceive ft hearty welcome from Southern peo?
ple generally, if they joiao to travel, reside
or settle. The only kind of persous for
whom I have heard them express contempt
is tho class of adventurers who como here
to obtain office, instead of to cultivate the
soil. These they call carpet-baggers, and
they run their own risk if they choose to
fish in thc muddy sea ol' politics. All other
people are welcome hero. Such is the
opinion expressed by all I have couversed
with. From Memphis to Augusta, along
the entiro line of the Memphis and Charles?
ton Railroad, is a country possessing every
advantage of climate and .soil that would
please Northern fanners. Instead of bleak
?md wintry storms lasting till May, they
can commence to plow for au early crop at
the end of this month. Early potatoes,
apples aud vegetables and fruits can be
shipped from that region six weeks or more
before Northern crops are ready, and realize
tho enhanced price obtainable for the early
yield. Railroad facilities abound connect?
ing thc cutir? plateau with the North, North?
west, North-east, ns wei! as East, West and
South. The climate is delightful, aud even
in summer, rarely exceeds ninety degrees.
I am told, winter is not over six to eight
weeks. Farming, ten or eleven months of
the year. Productions-cotton, wheat, corn,
barley, rye, oats, potatoes, whito aud sweet;
in great perfection. Vegetables of all
kinds. Fruits-apples, peaches, pears,
plums, etc., and berries in profusion.
Grapes, just the place for vineyards. Hops,
better than in Kent, can produce two bales
and moro lo the acre. In fact, everything
that grows at the North will grow luxuriant?
ly ut nearly any point of Virginia, Kentucky,
Tennessee, West, North and South Caro?
lina, North-west Georgia, and North Ala?
bama and Mississippi, with the same
amount of skill and labor that is now ap?
plied to the soil of thc more Northern
States. Land is cheaper at the South now
than it will ever be again. Some to bc had
as low* as two and three dollars per acre,
from that upward. The people wish North?
ern and British capital nmoug them now.
Slavery is dead and buried. Labor in great
demand. I am authorized to donate land
to actual settlers. Besides thc beautiful
central plateau described mindi of the land
in Kentucky, Northern and East Tennessee
and West Virginia, is suited for Northern
settlers, ami tho climate is good. Miucs
aud minerals abound and nothing is now
wanting but capital and labor to transform
tho South into a gulden, in my next, I
will tell you what great inducements the
I railroad companies are inclined to bold out
I to settlers and emigrants. L uni, very truly,
TH KO. BOURNE,
No. 4G Pine st reet, New York. j
CHARLESTON, S. C., January 0, 1809.
THE Omi THIEVES TO ns TUKNED Ocr.
The Washington correspondent of tho Balti?
more (Jazette says: "Upon tho advent of
Grant, the first desperate fight will be for
tho control of the Internal Revenue Bureau.
I am in possession of specific information
that it has been determined by thc advisers
of thc "coming mau" to oust the "riug" that
has so far given law to that establishment.
The bureau has hitherto, it is known
everywhere, run the Treasury machine. A
very determined effort will tie made to re
verso this order of things. A new and
formidable ring of outsiders have strong
hope of unhorsing the whole bord of black
mailers in New York and elsewhere. Of
course thc public will rea}) no benefit from
the chango. A moro hungry swarm will
light upon the public Treasury-that's all."
In one of Dr. Ayer's lectures, he states
that chemistry confers moro practical bene?
fit on iiiuukind, than any other science, yet
from no other sourco could more bo so easily
obtained. The arts aud economies which
ahemistry would teach, if more thoroughly
and generally studied, would speedily exer?
cise a most beneficent iufiuence. Ho freely
confesses that he is iudebted to this science
for tho virtues of his remedies, and advises
that the practical application of chemistry
to medicine, the arts, manufactures, and
agriculture, bo enjoined upon our colleges
and schools.- Wrightsville ( Pa.) Sar.
A CONVENIENCE.-It is reported that all
the railroads in this State, savo one, have
issued free passes over their respective lines
to members of tho General Assembly. Nine
dollars per diem, twenty cents per mile for
mileage, and a freo ride, is not bad for
Georgia's law-makers. What care they if the
poople do groan under oppressive taxation?
J Aug unlit Press.
Office of Udolpho Wolfe, j
SOLE IMPORT, OF TUE SCUIEOAM AROMATIC SUIINAI-PS
'22 BEAVER STREET, NEW YORK, NOV. :J. r.s.
To the People of the Southern States.
WliOU thu pure medicinal restorative, now so
widely known as Wolfe's SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS,
was introduced into tho world, under the endorse?
ment of 1,000 loading members of the medical pro?
fession, sonio twenty years ago, its proprietor was
well aware tit.Lt it could not wholly escape the
penalty attached to new and useful preparations.
Ho, therefore, endeavored to invest it with tho
atrongoet possible safeguard against counterfeit?
ers, and to render all attempts lo pirate it difficult
and dangerous. It was submitter to distinguish?
ed chemists for analysis, and pronounced by them
tho purest spirit ever manufactured. Its purity
and properties having boen thus ascertained,
samples of tho article were forwarded to 10,000
physcians, including all tho leading practitioners
in tho United atatcs, for purposes of experiment.
A circular, requesting a trial of tho preparation
and a report of tho rosult, accompanied each
Bpccirucn. 4,000 of tho most eminent medical men
In tho Union promptly responded. Their opinions
of tho article wore unanimously favorable, auch a
preparation, they said, had long been wanted by
tho profession, as no reliance could bo placod on
tho ordinary liquors of csmincrcc; all of which
wera more or leas adulterated, and, therefore,
unlit for modical purposes. Tho peculiar excel?
lence and strength of the oil of juniper, which
formed ouo of tho principal ingredients of tho
Schnapps, together with an unalloyed character
of thc alcoholic clement, give it, in the estimation
of tho faculty, a marked superiority over every
other diffusive stimulant as a diuretic, tonic and
These satisfactory credentials from professional
mon of tho highest rank woro published in a
condensed form, and enclosed with each bottle
ot tho Schnapps, as ono of thc guarantees of its
genuineness. Othor precautions against frand
wore also adopted; a patent was obtained for tho
article, the label v. a? copyrighted, a./<ic simile of
tho proprietor's autograph signature was attached
to eaeli label and cover, his name and that of tho
preparation were embossed on tho bottles, and tho
corks were sealed with bis private seal. No articlo
had ?n cr been sold in this country under tho namo
of Schnapps prior to tho introduction of Wolfo'a
Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, in 1851; and tho
label was deposited, as bis trado mark, in tho
United States District Court for the Southern Dis?
trict of New York during that year.
It might he supposed, ny persons unacquainted
with the daring character of t, pirates who prey
upon tho reputation of honori lb merchants, hy
vending deleterious trash under their name, that
thc protections so carefully thrown around these
Schnapps would have precluded the introductions
and salo of counterfeits. They seem, however,
only to have stimulated tho rapacity of impostors.
Tho trado mark of the proprietor has been stolen:
tho endorsement which his Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps alone received from tho medical pro?
fession has bonn claimed by mendacious humbugs;
his labels au bottles have been imitated, his ad?
vertisements paraphrased, his circulars copied,
an?Vworse than all, dishonorable retailers, after
disposing of tho genuine contents of his bottles,
have tilled thom up with common gin, tho most
deleterious of all liquors, and thus mado his name
and brand a cover for poison.
Tho public, the medical profession and the sick,
for whom tho Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is
prescribed as a remedy, arc equally interested with
tho proprietor in tho detection and suppression of
these nefarious practices. Tho genuine article,
manufactured at tho establishment of tho under?
signed, in Schiedam, Holland, is distilled from a
barley of tho finest quality, and flavored with an
essential extract or tho" berry of tho Italian
juniper, of unequalled purity. By a process un?
known in tho preparation of any other liquor, it ie
freed from every acrimonious and corrosive ele?
Complaints have been received from the leading
physicians and families in the Southern States,
of tho sale of cheap imitations of the Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps in those markets; and travel?
ers, who aro in tho habit of using it as an antidoto
to the baneful influence of unwholesorao river
water, testify that cheap gin, put up in Schiedam
bottles, is frequently palmed off upon tho unwary.
The agents of tho undersigned have been requested
to instituto inquiries on tho subject, and to for?
ward to him tho names of such parties as th?y
may ascertain to bo engaged in tho atrocious
system of deception. In conclusion, tho under?
signed would say that hehas producod, from under
thc hands of tho most distinguished men of
science in America, proofs unanswerable of tho
purity and medicinal excellence of tho Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps; that he has expended many
thousand dollars in surrounding it with guarantees
and .safeguards, which he designed should protect
the public and himself against fraudulent imita?
tions; that he has shown it to bo thc only linuor,in
tho world that can bo uniformly depended upon
as unadulturatod; that ho has challenged investi?
gation, analysis, comparison, and experiment in
all its forms: and from every ordeal tho prepa?
ration which bears his name, seal and trade mark,
has come off triumphant. He, therefore, feols it a
duty he owes to his fellow-citizens generally, to
tho modical profession and tho sick, to denounco
and expose tue Charlatans who counterfeit these
evidences of identity, and bc calls npon tho press
and thc public to aid him in his efforts to remedy
so groat an evil.
Tlio following letters and cortificates, from tho
loading physicians and chemists of this City, wilt
provo to the reader that all goods sold by tho
undersigned aro all they aro represented to bo.
I feel bound to say, that I regard your Schnapps
as hoing, in every respect, pre-eminently pure,
and deserving of medical patronage. At all events,
it is the purest possible articlo of Holland Gin,
heretofore unobtainable; and, as such, may bo
safelv prescribcel bv plnsicians.
' DAVID L. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaeotitioal Chemist, Now York.
26 PINK STREET, NEW YOKE, NOV. 21, 1867.
Udolph.0 Wolfe, Esq., Present.
DEAR Sin: I have mado a chemical examination
of a sample of your Schiedam Schnapps, with
the intent of determining if any foreign or injurious
snlistance had been added to tho simple distilled
DEAR Sm: Tho want of puro Wines and Liquors,
for medicinal purposed, has been long felt by tho
profession, and thousands of lives have boen sac?
rifie. ,i by the uso pf adulterated articles. Delirium
tremens, and other diseases of tho brain and
nerves, so rifo in thia country, aro very faro In
Europe; owing, in a great degree, to tho difference
in thc purity of tho spirits sold.
We havo tested the several articles imported
and sold by yon, including yonr Gin, which yon
sell under tho name of Aromatio Schiedam
Schnapps, which wo consider justly entitled, to tho
high reputation it has acquired ia this country;
and, from your long experience as a foreign im?
porter, your Bottled Wines and Liquors should
meet with tho samo demand.
We would recommend you to appoint somo of
tho respectable apothecaries in different parts of
tho city as agents for tho salo of your Brandies
and Winos, whore tho profession can obtain the
same when ncedod for medicinal purposes.
Wishing you success in your new enterprise, wo
remain your obedient servants.
VALENTINE MOTT, M. D., Professor oiSurgery,
University'Medical College Now York.
J. M. CARNOCHAN, M. D., Professor of Clinical
Surgery, Surgeou-in-Chiof to the Stato Hospital,
otc.. Nb. 14 East 16th street.
The examination has resulted in tho conclusion
that tho sample contained no poisonous or harm?
ful admixture. I havo been unablo to discover
any trace of tho deleterious substances which are
employed in tho adulteration of liquors. I would
not hesitate to uso myself, or to recommend to
others, for medicinal purposes, tho Schiedam
Schnapps as an excellent and unobjectionable
variety of gin. Very respectfully yours.
(Signed,) CHARLES A. SEELY, Chemist.
NEW YORK, 53 CEDAR STREET, New. 2C, 1867.
Udolpho Wolfe. Esq., Present.
DKAU Sin: I have submitted to chemical analysis
two bottles of Schiedam Schnapps, which I took
from a fresh packago in your bonded warehouse,
and find, as before, that the spirituous liquor
is froc from injurious ingredients or falsification;
that it has tho marks of being agotl and not re?
cently prepared hy mechanical admixturo of
alcohol and aromatics. Respectfully,
FRED. F. MAYER, Chemist.
NEW YORK, Tuesday, Hay l. Udolpho Wolfe, Esq.
LEWIS A. SAYRE, M. D', No. 735 Broadway.
H. P. DEWEES, M. D., No. 791 Broadway.
JOSEPH WORSTER, M. D., No. 120 Ninth stroet.
NELSON STEELE, M. D., No. 37 Bleeckor street.
JOHN O'REILLY, M. D., No. 230 Fourth stroet.
B. I. RAPHAEL, M. D., Professor of tho Princi?
ples and Practice of Surgory, New York Modieat
Collogo, etc., No. 91 Ninth street, and others.
The proprietor also offers for salo
Bottled \V 1 ne? ?nd Liquors,
Imported and bottled by himself, expressly for
medioinal use. Each bottle has his certificate of
Nov 12 3mo UDOLPHO WOLFE.