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No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S.C.
Wit <2%t?felton S&to?
WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1371.
NEWS OE THE DA. E.
-Gold at New York, yesterday, closed at
-The New York cotton 'market closed
s t eady; uplands 14*c; sales 2073 bales.
-At Liverpool cotton closed dull; uplands
?d.; Orleans "id.; sales soco bales. Man?
chester market dull.
-Over seventy German writers are at pre
s ent engaged in manufacturing war novels.
-The United Slates Government expenses
? or April were twelve and a half radiions.
-The Caliloruia vintage for this season is
estimated at ten million gallons.
-Over two hundred delegates to the medi?
cal convention from the Eastern States are in
-The corvette Ticonderoga ran down the
schooner Ada A Andrews, from Alexandria
for Boston, with coal. The crew were saved.
-The Republican executive committee o'
New York City has adopted resolutions against
the annexation ot San Domingo.
-A dispatch ironi Memphis states that a
hail storm did much damage ia NotLh Missis?
-W. W. Corcoran, the Washington philan?
thropist, is better, and hopes are entertained
of his recovery.
-Deer Creek carried off tho water irom the
crevasse, saving the rich Deer Creek Valley
of Bolivar and Washington Counties. Missis?
-Frederick Kapp, one of the political refu?
gees from Prussia of 1849, was received by
Emperor William, at the palace in Berlin, with
the greatest cordiality, as the representative
of the Germans ol America.
-During a sermon last Sunday, at Plymouth
Church, on ,lAgeS to Come," Rev. Henry Ward
Beecher indignantly scouted the theory of the
resurrection of the body.
-A colored postmaster, murdered by the
Ku-Klux in Ssw h Carolina, hos suddenly
made his appearance in Detroit, Michigan. So
we learn from a Western exchange.
* -In consequence of the great consumption
of perfumes by American soap manufacturers,
it is now found profitable lo go into the culti?
vation of some of tho vegetables, especially
winter-green, peppermint and bergamot
-Eugene Webb, in Agricultural Park, at
Sacramento, Cal., yesterday, rode one hun?
dred miles on horseback in lour hours and
thirty-four minutes. He agreed lo perform
the feat in four hours and forty minutes lor a
purse of $1000. . * '
-On Thursday evening at C.05 Sam Collyer,
the well-known light-weight, left Richmond on
loot for Petersburg oa ajwager of $200 that he
could reach it in three hours and fifteen min?
utes. He arrived at.0.15-five miuutes within
t ime-winning the money.
-Mrs. Fair, the deliberate slayer of a Mr.
Crittenden, ol' dan Frkucisco, will not be sen?
tenced until the 20th of May, her counsel de?
siring a mouth's time in which to prepare his
motion for a new trial. He makes only forty
exceptions to the rulings of the court during
the trial. The verdict in the case of Mrs. Fair
i 3 generally approved, hy tho press Of ?al Her?
nia,'" and, we may add, by the* press of the
-It is reporled by cable that Thalberg, the
great pianist, is dead. This eminent master
was born in Geneva, Swiiaertaud, January 7, .
1812, and was the natural son ot Count Dlet
richsteiu. Famous as a pianist at the early
age of fifteen, bis carew has been a long aud
brilliant bue. lu 1S51 he produced an opera
called "Piorinde," which tailed. In 1S45 he mar
ried a daughter ol'Lublache. Thalberg s tour in
this country will long be remembered. Tue
perfect finish, the faultless taste, and the won?
derful execution displayed by lunion the piano
have never been excelled by any other pianist
whom we have heard here.
-Brigham Young delivers every year a ser?
mon before the Mormoms, in which he gives
a report of the conditiou ol' the Territory, re
ligion, improvements. &c. Ja past years he
has drawn a mast flattering picture of the
kingdom of Latter Day Saints. The sermon
was delivered ten days ago, iii i he'Temple at
Salt Lake, bet?re 12.000 people, among whom
were Mormons and Gentiles from all sections
of the Territory. Brigham's usual belligerent
style was abaudoued for peaceful counsels.
He advised that emigration should be welcom?
ed and new comers treated fairly. He said
that all who came to Utah to make money,
and did malve it, should use lt to wise ends,
such as yeneral.edircation, pubiic morals and
common prosperity. Til is moderation of tone
pervaded the entire discourse, and made a
deep impression upon ali who listened to it.
The sharp boundaries between "Mormons"
and "Gentiles" .will dissolve, as there is a very
1 arge increase of tpe Gentile population in
Utah, and the process that has been begun
cannot be checked. .
-Correspondence to the New York Herald
from Paris contains un Important statement,
if true, of an attempt of the adherents of tho
Due d'Aumale to elevate nim to the French
throne. Ca the 8th of March, the Prince de
Joinvil'e and the Due d'Aumale arrived in
Tours, carefully habited in the disguise of
Russian noblemen, acil were the guests ot one
of the best known of the Touraine nobility.
They remained lu Tours buta lew days, aud
on the Saturday following their departure
there was au important meeting of the Tour?
aine nobility, at which the Duke's most inti?
mate friends brought forward the proposition
that he should be given Hie crown with all
practicable speed, and the t wenty-two present '<
assented; but it was thought best lo adjourn 1
.the gathering until about thi3 nucleus should |
cluster all the nobility on the Loire. 'I wo sub- ,
sequent meetings were held, at the last ot j
which Archbishop Dupauioup was present,
and a commit tee was charged to see the Count
de Chamb?n! and get him to retire all his in?
terests ia fav r ot the Due d'Aumale. The
committee appointed to see GeneralCharelle (
at Versailles reported that lie was all ready lo 1
adhere to the Duke with his anny when re- '.
leased Irom his loyalty to the Count ile Cham- i
bord by tho Count's formal abandonment ot ?
the throne. Negoiiatlons arc now going on
between the friends ot the D~ke ami the
-Through the manufacturing districts of the .
north of Eughtuil uu important movemeut bas j '
been started tor the further reduction of the |
haurs ol labor. Hie maximum tune in the j <
factories allowed by law is sixty hours a week, j i
of which, ten noars and a half are appropri?
ated to tie first five days of the week, and
seven hours and a half to Saturday. It ls now
proposed ter.reduc?- the weekly time ter fifty
eight hours ^ wjoek. by stopping on Saturday
at noon, instead el -at 2 In the afternoon; The ;
argument "used in favor of the reduction of
time is that the machinery now employed
could be driven at greater speed, and that the
productive power would thereby be increased.
Ata large meeting held at Preston, it was as
' sert?d that, since the passage of the "ten hour"
kbill in 1845, the speed of the power loom has
been nearly doubled. It was stated that, as
regards the article known in the trade as
8j-pound Tndia shirting, a . weaver caa now
produce thirteen or fourteen pieces a week,
against seven or eight during the former
period. It is, then-fore, argued that a further
reduction of time would be attended with a
greater productive power, that is, the looms
might be driven rtfuoh faster, and the weavers
could attend to their work without being ex
nausted by continuous labor. Under ziie pres?
ent ten-hour system, it is asserted uh'at the
female operatives aft?-r work hours are unfit
to attend to their domestic labors. It is stated
I that the "ten hours'" act placed factory opera'
tivesin 1S45 in a more favorable position in
respect to the hours of work, than men en?
gaged:-In? the miscellaneous skilled trades.
"During the last twenty-five years the skilled
operatives have succeeded in reducing their
period of labor much below ten hours, and
consequently the tac tory hands have now the
longest hours of work, and ccraequeatly are
endeavoring to obtain a reduction.
History wiii vindicate the right, 300uer or
later, although the process oftentimes i3slow
and painful. We may be weary ol .waiting;
we may adopt ill-advised expedients of re?
dress; we may grumble at the weights and
hands of the great ?umbrous machine whose
movements canad be accelerated by our im?
patient hopes aud fear3; but it is moving
for all that, ?is certainly as Galileo's sy^em;
"and when the appointed hour comes, it will
strike the hour of Destiny..
Just now we have a brand-new illustration
of the principle. At the moment when Con?
gress in its Ku-Klux legislation seems lo
have finally overthrown the rights of the
States, the Supreme Court reasserts them.
At the moment when the sacred flame of
liberty seem3*extinguished in South Caroli?
na, it iireak3 out in Massachusetts. To Mr.
Jos. Jf. Day, ex-Judge of the Courts of Pro?
bate and Insolvency for the County of Barn
stable, belongs the honor of having .renewed
and won in another field the conflict for
States' rights which seemed to have closed
disastrously under tho historic apple tree of
Mr. Day, it must be conceded, "meant
"not sa" He had no higher idea in the suit
he instituted-against the United.States col?
lector of internal revenue than the recovery
of a little matter of SGI 51, which the latter
worthy had compelled him to pay upoo his
salary as an oilier of the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts. Hut this trifle, which would
not have been missed if the Judge had made
his broadcloths last one season longer, prov?
ed to be of Vital interest to the whole coun?
try. The case involved a great principle
whether the United States Government has
the right to tax the salaries of the oHicers of
the States. To decide this question it was
necessary to determine the relations subsist?
ing between the States and the General Gov?
ernment. And the result is "the broadest
"declaration of States' rights that has ever
"emanated from the Supreme Court.of the
The position of the Supreme Court is brief?
ly this: .is it is not competent for the States
to levy luxes on the salary of au oilicer of
the United States, so il is noi comp?tent for
Congress to levy a tax upon the salary of an
oilicer of a Slate. And this for lue plain
reason th;1'. lue power iu either case may be
employed so as to destroy the agency. The
sovereignty of the United Slates, by neces?
sary implication, guaraulees the salaries of
Its officers from the iiiterferer.ee of the Stale
Governments, And just for the same rea?
son the sovereignty o? the Stales guards the
salaries of their ollicers against the spolia?
tions of Congress-. The court sanctions "the
"familiar construction of the Constitution of
'.thtyl"i??t), ^iftU't.Ue^ s^?^ejgcrf>(9aii?r3 vest
"ed in the State Governmeuls by their re
"?pective^?ns?lulio?su'einaiu unaltered and
"unimpaired, except as" -far as they are
"grained lo the Government of the United
. States." Interpreting the tenth article of
the amendments, it aflinns that the General
Government and the States are separate and
distinct sovereignties, acting separately and
independently of each other within their re?
spective spheres; that the States within tin;
limits uf the powers not granted are as in?
dependent of the General Government as that
govern mont within its sphere :3 independent
of the Stales; and further, that without this
independency of States the General 'Govern?
ment itself would disappear from the family
of nations. After much more of tliis old
fashioned talk, the statement is boldly made
that "the two governments (State and Na?
tional) are upon, an equality."
There was but one dissentient upon the
beuch lo the decision of Hie court, requiring
thc. Mr. Day's" taxes should be refunded.
Mr. Justice Bradley, who must have been
living iu Cowper's "vast wilderness,'' for the
last decade, cannot admit "ihe presumption
"that the General Government will act in a
"manner-bosi ?io tu the existence or fauctio'ns
"of thc State Governments, which ure con
"slKuenl pans of the system or Itody politic,
..forming tiie basis on which the General
"Government is founded," ?tc. We envy
the happy innocence of the remark, aud the
more so as it comes from that lilith Uibuirul
which has been stalled like a South Caru?
nna ballot-box that it nray give impunity to '
thu powers that Ue, and that it may guard
the "reserved rights ' of the States so care?
fully that they may be kept in reserve until '
the day of tina! judgment ! We confess thal 1
tve are as much astonished as Mr. Bradley,
but for quite different reasons, at the dec?s- j
?on ol' the court in the memorable case of i
Day vs. BuffiugtOU. ' 1
The decree has, as it may be supposed, J
:realed a good deal of Stir at Washington. "
[f it be rigidly applied, il will constrain Ute \
National Government, lo refuud millions ol' i
lollara which have been illegally exacted
from Suie -lUluuls. Accordingly, Commis- 1
Stoner Pieosuutuu has issued an order limit- ,
iug ihe pcrsuns LO whom Laxes shall be re- i
funded. The refusal to .repay any Stale ?fl?- ?
bera who have paid laxes upon their salaries (
will ouly itividvu fresh litigation. And that
af a vexatious sort, for the Treasurj Depart- !
ment will be forced to surrender its ill-gotten (
gains. For the decision ?ptBe^Sapreme
Cou? embraces the whole^ class to which
Mr. Say belongs.
As a monetary question, however, the
affair is of ?tr?ry little consequence to.us.
thousand times more important'iB the vindi:
cation or States' Rights by the Supreme
Court of the United States. There is a limit
to Congressional encroachment-a break?
water to the raging rising flood of party
that threatens' to overwhelm all our ancient
and honored institutions. There is hope for
the country and for liberty in the Judiclary
an institution with which, indeed, Congress
has ventured to temper, but which it dare
A Terrible Retort.
An ambitious young lawyer, impatient of
making a figure in the world, once asked
Daniel Webster, how he could best attain
notoriety at a single' bound. Webster re?
plied: "Attack the Christian religion or the
"Constitution of the United"States.". If Mr.
Webster bad lived until now," he would per?
ceive that a multitudinous rabble of bis
countrymen ha'd taken bim at his word." _
A Funny Distinction.
Because New York's foreign vote is mainly
Democratic, the Radical papers declare that
the "damned Dutch and Irish" are ignorant,
corrupt and revolutionary. But, because
Chicago's foreign vote is generally Radical,
these same papers triumphantly assert that
the foreigners there are bf the "better class."
If the foreigners are of the "better class" iu
Chicago, Heaven help the natives of that
leprous city, who are no doubt entitled to the
"honor"' of making it the most disreputable
city in the world.
Sly Bull anet Your OT.
The New York Tribune, of a very recent
date, makes great ado over a rude Ku-Klux
picture, so-called; which represents a man,
supposed to be a carpet-bagger, dangling
from a gallows, in North Carolina. The
Tribune gives a cut of this work of art, and
forthwith demands' instant vengeance
against Southern barbarians, i. e., according
to the Tribune, the great majority of South?
ern whites. Last week, when somebody sent
a letter by express to Mr. O. S. Winans, the
Republican bolter of the New York Assem?
bly, philosopher Greeley and his paper
thought it the properest thing in the world.
So, even in Tribune philosophy, there is a
great difference in the goring of a Ku-Klux
ox and a Radical bull. '
TUE Chicago Union hits the nail on the-1
head in sententious, if not very elegant,
phrase, when it speaks of the Ku-Klux bill
as "burning down the house to get rid of a
"few possible bedbugs."
PRINGLE.-Departed this life on Tuesday, 2d
instant, ELIZABETH 6. PRINGLE, second daughter
of W. Alston and EmraaS. Pringle, aged io years,
0 mourns and l?.days.
pgr THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
Acquaintances J; thc family are invited to atteud
her Funeral Services, at St. Michael's Chur..,
Tuts AI-TEUNOON, at 5 o'clock. mays
" issr NILSSON ! - WFTlJAV?npUBL
ED"THIS DAY, a very Une Photograph of the
world-renowned cantratrlce, Mdlle. CHRISTINE
NILSSON, taken during lier stay tn Charleston,
and approved by her as among the best in thia,
Cartes de Visjte.:.25 cents
mayS-3 No. 2G3 Klug street.
ptr NOTICE. -PERMISSION TO RUN
auyof his Steamers to Hie lucille Guano Co.'s
Wharf during the German Seluitz-nfest has been
grained to Mr. II. L. P. MCCORMICK, President of
Mt. rtciisant auvl Sullivan's island Ferry Com?
pany. . C. IL GLIDDEN, 1
Superintendent Pacliic Guano Company.
$3r OFFICE S A V AN N A II- A N D
CU ARLES TON RAILROAD COMPANY," CU ARLES
TON, s. a, MAY 1, 1ST1.-Stockholders .of thia
Compauy are uotiUeil that.the S-X'O^D INSTAL?
MENT on the E1GUT PEU CENT. I?e'NDS author?
ized to lie issued at the annual meelina or the
stockholders held on the stu day of February laut,
ts now due and payable. The Treasurer cl the
Company will attend at the oillce of Messrs.
CAMPBELL ii SEABROOK, No. 50 Broad street,
Tins DAY and each subsequent day, from 12 to 3
o'clock, until Saturday, Gili inst, inclusive, to re?
ceive payment and deliver the bonds and Certifi?
cates ol Mock. s. W. FJS11EK,
Treasurer Savannah and Charleston ll. R. co.
??i- CHARLESTON BIBLE SOCIETY
The Treasurer of the Charleston bible Soc.cty will
receive Subscriptions or Duna: tuns ut lils oillce,
No. CS East Ray, corner of Atlantic Wharf. The
payment of Two Dollars will constitue a person a
member for one year, bibles are kept on hand
for distribution. The Society has one Co'porteur
in the Held, and solicits aid to introduce another.
Persons interest?'! in the woik or seeking runtier
infurmailou will please cal! ou the Treasurer.
J. N. ROBSON,
aprUS-Gmos Treasurer C. B. S.
.&f- THE SEASON IS APPROACHING
for Children's Summer Complaints, especially in
those who are Teethb g. A sale and secure reme?
dy is all important, and mothers will ?ind such a
one in Dr.. BAER'S HERMAN SOOTHING COR?
DIAL. To be had of all Druggists, api-24-mwf
?&- PREVENTIVE .MEDICATION.-A
radical change has been Introduced is the prac
lice of medicine. Physicians have ceased to tor?
ture ami prostrate their pat icuts. Instead of pull?
ing down, they build up; Instead of assaulting
nature, they assist her. Cupping, leeching, bbs
tering, venesection, calomel, antimony, stuplfy
big narcotics, and rasping purgative?, once the
Favorite resources of the faculty, and now rurel;
resorted toeveu by thc most dogmatic members
ot thc profession. The old creed was* that disease
was something which must be expehed bj violent
m Uncial means, irrespective of Hie wear and tear
of tlie vkdljii gariiz Uion in the process. The new
meed recognizes the improvemett of the general
health us essential to the cure ol' all local ailments.
Uetiec it ls that UOSTKTI'EK'S STOMACH BIT?
TERS, the most potent vegetable t nie that phar?
macy lias ever brought to the assistance oi'nature
in her struggles with disease, has been c rdially
approved ny practitioners or the modern school.
lt ls pleasant to reflect that reason and philoso?
phy have ai In-l beeu victorious over tue errors of
stie p :s>. and'that thousands, aud tens of tjious
Mids, or human beings are alive ?iud we'd to-day
?.ho would indubitably ne mouldenug in their
?raves had they been subjected tu Hie pidna and
.leualties which were dceinei orthodox and indis
>t usable thirty or forty years ago.
Preventive medication was scarcely thought of
inen; out now it ls considered ol' paramount im
?itance, and thc celebrity of tue standard luvig
.rant, alterative and restorative of tue age, (a
Ule vhlch HOS TETTER'S BITTERS have rairly
ramed by their long career of success,) is mainly
lue to Its etllcleney as a protective preparation.
A course of tho" Bitters ls urgently recommend?
al asa safe and certain antidote io intermittent
md remittent fevers, diarrhoea, dysentery and
ither maladies. apr20-6D4C
CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
FALL RIVER,!; from Philadelphia, are hereby
notified that sa?wlU discharge cargo TO-DAY, ar
Brown's Wharf. Goods unoalled for at sunset
will remain on wharf at owners' risk and ex
pense. WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent.
may3-l . _
SST NOTICE.-OWNERS OF LOTS ON
Sullivan's Island are hereby notified that the
Road duty for the year 1871 must be paid to the
Treasurer, at office No. 15 Broad serer, on or. be?
fore the 3lst day of May, instant*
By order of the Town Council of MouUrleviile.
D. B. GILLILAND,
^.PARTIES WISHING TO VISIT THE
Schutzenplatz by water are invited to Brown's
Wharf, from which place a fine Sail Boat will
start at any convenient time for the above place.
?ST NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
to all Sub-Agents of the Land Commission, that,
from and after the first day .of March, 1871, they
will report all their proceedings to Hon. F. L.
CARDOZO, Secretary of the Advisory Board.
ROBT. C. DELARGE, L. C. S. S. C.
Columbia, February 28". 1871._m aril
OFFICE SOUTHWESTERN RAIL?
ROAD BANK.-A Qnarterl, Dividend of ONE DOL?
LAR per Share from the earnings of the Road
having been declared by the Board or Directors of
the South Carolina Railroad Company, on the
Capital Stock or said Company, the same will be
paid on and after the first of May next, at this
The Transfer Books will be ctoBed until the 15th
Instant. ? .. . JOHN M. H-ARLE&TON,
$Sf NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAV?
ING demanda against the Estate of thc late
JAMES E. SPEAR will present them, properly at.
tested; and all Indebted will make payment to
W. H. LA FAR, my authorized Agent, who can be
found at the?tore or the late James E. Spear, No.
335 King street: DANIEL II. SILCOX,
?Sf APPLICATION FOR FINAL' DIS?
MISSAL.-Notice Is hewby given that the under
signed^ JOHN A. BARNSDALE, Executor of the
estate of COLLYAR D. BARKS?ALE. deceased,
will apply for a final disc :arge and letters dis
mlssoiy, as Executor oi said estate, before his
Honor GEOKGE BUIST, Esq., Judge of Probate for
Charleston County, at his office, on WEDNESDAY,
the 21th day or May, A. D. 1871. at 12 o'clock M.
JOHN A. BARKSDALE, Executor.
April 22d, 1571._npr24-mwfimo
?2T UNION BANK OF SOUTH CARO?
LINA.-Notice is hereby given that this Bank will,
on the ?rst day of May next, bc prepared, In com?
pliance with the recent amendment of Its charter,
to consolidate, reduce, and redeem the Stock of
the Bank-that is to say, ONE SHARE OF NEW.
Will be Issued for TEN SHARES OF OLD STOCK;
and at the request of any stockholder holding
less than ten snares, the Bank will redeem thc
same at the rate fixed for said redemption by thc
charter, or holders may sell and aa ?.iga. all such
by endorsment on the- original certlUoates. Ac?
cording to the previsions of the amended char?
ter "no one stall be considered or' held to be a
stockholder or the said Bank who has not receiv?
ed a new certificate for the consolidated shares,"
on?or before the first day of June next,
U. D. ALEXANDER,
pa- JOHN C. BAKER & CO.'S GENU?
INE MEDICINAL COD LIVER OIL.-ESTABLISH?
ED 1830.-Acknowledged by eminent physicians
to be the best in the world. Sold by Druggists
generally. .INO. C. BAKHR & CO., Philadelphia.
A full supply on hand by
Dx. H. BAER,
feb?-mwr?raos No. 131 Meeting street.
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leaven thc hair clean, sore and beautiful. The
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?Sf READ CAREFULLY.
FEVER AND AGUE.
Thc only preventive known for Chills and Fever
ls the use of Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
I-i good for Dyspepsia.
WOLFE'S SCH?EDAM SCHNAPPS
Is a preventive or Chills and Fever.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
ls good for aft Ki lu -y and Lila bier Complaints
WOLFE'S SClJjEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is used all over the Work1 by Physicians in their
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good Tur Gout.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
ls good for ail Urinary complaints. :
. WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is'recommended by all the Medical Faculty.
WOLFES SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS '
Is* good lor i.ulk-aud pain in the stomach.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Uimitated and counterfeited, and purchasers will
Have to usc caution m purcbasiug.
1 '?-g leave ;u call thc allem iou ut' the reader tu
testimonials in lavor of lin: Schnapps:
1 reel bound to say that I regard your SCHNAPPS
as being lu every respect pre-eminently pure, and
deserving ur medical patronage. At all events ll
la the purest possible article of Holland gm, here?
tofore unobtainable,.aud as such may bu saltly
prescribed by physicians.
DAVID L. MOTT, M. ?.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., September 1.
I feel thai wc have now an article or gm suit?
able for such cases as that remedy is adapted to.
Dit. J. W. BRIGUT.
?'Schnapps" ls a remedy in chronic catarrhal
complaints, ?c. "
I take great pleasure iu bearing highly credit?
able testimony co Its cilleaey tts a remedial agent
tn the diseases for which you recommend ir.
Having a natural tendency to the mucous sur?
faces,.with a slight degree of stimulation. I r-.'
gara it as one ol the most, important remedies in
chronic cararrlial aifecttous, particularly those id
thu geuito-urmary apparatus. With much re
speer, your obedient servant,
CUAS. A. LEAS, M. D., New York.
No. 26 PINE S rn KEV, N. Y.. Noy. 31,1867.
UDOLPOO WOLFE, ESQ., Present: DEAR SIR-I
have made a chemical examination of a sain;ilc
uf ymir "Stilueduiu Schnapps,*' with thc intent ul
determining if any foreign or Injurious substauce
hud been added Cu the Simple distill*! spirits.
The examination has resulted in the conclusion
that the sample contained nu p.iis mons or harm*
ml admixtures. 1 have been unable la discover
any trace of thc deleterious .substances which
arc sometimes employed In the wiuncratlon ul
liquors. I would not hesitate io use myself, not
to recommend to uthers, lor medicinal purposes,
the "Schiedam Sehuapps" as an excellent and
unobjectionable variety orgiu. Very respectfully
Fours, (Signed) CHAS. ?. S Eli LY, Chemist.
CHEMICAL AND TECHNICAL LABORATORY, )
18 EXCUANUK PLAC? N. Y., NOV. 25, iso"-, j
CDIJLPUO WOLFE, Esq. : DEAK SIR-The under?
signed have careiully and thoroughly analyzed a
sample ot your "Aromatic Schiedam Schunps."
selected by ourselves. and have found the same
:rce from all organic or inorganic substances,
more ur less injurious to health. From Mm result
if our exammatiuu wc consider tlie article one or
superior quality, healthful aa a beverage, and
.ttectual In its mediem.i! qualities.
Respect fully yours,
Signed) . ALEX. TRI ITEL, Chemist.
FRANCIS E. ENG ELU ARO, M. D.
For sale by all respectable Grocers and Dru
.UDOLPHO WOLFE'S EST..
mar21-3mos No. 22 BE^YER STREET, N.
LANDMARK LODGE, No. 76, A. F. M.
r Th? Regalar Monthly Communication OH
Landmark Lodge, No. 76. A F. M., will be held at'
Masonic Hail, THIS EVENING, at hair-past 1
o'clock. Memb?rs win take dee notice, and gov?
ern themselves accordingly. By order of the W.
M. T. PINCKKEY LOWNDES.
BANK OF CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, MAY 3, 1871.-An Adjourned
Meeting of the StocKholders of this nani: will be
ht ld THIS DAY, in the Bank Kail, at 12 o'clock.
ni ay 3 ._WILLI \M THAYER. Cashier.
CHARLESTON BOARD OF ' TRADE -.
The Regular Monthl? Meeting of the Board
will be held THIS EVENING, a: S o'clock, at the
Ball, Meeting street.
By order. A. FOSTER BLACK,
PIONEER STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY OF AX MEN.-You are hereby sum?
moned tu attend the Rfgnlar Monthly Meeting of
your Company, THIS (Wednesday) EVtxnro, the
3.1 instant, at your Engine House, a 8 o'clock
precisely. Members are requested to attend
promptly, as business of great importance will be
By order. J. W. McKENRY,
may3-* _ ' Secretary.
EAGLE* STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY- 53BD ANNIVERSARY.-Yon are
hereby summoned to attend the above meeting
of vour company, at your Hall, THIS (Wednes?
day) EVENING, the 3d instant, at 8 o'clock. The
election of Officers for the enduing year will take,
place. A full amt ptompt attendance ls earnestly
de Ired. Honorary anil contributing Members
are respectfully invited to attend.
By order. ' ARTHUR M. COHF.N,
m ay 3_* Secretary E. S. F..J5. Company.
PALMETTO GUARD RIFLE CLUB. -
Attend a Meeting of your club To MORROW
EVENING, 4th Instant, at 8 o'clock, at Masonic
Hall. Thc committee on nominations will make
their report. By order of THE PRE?IDEST.
VIGILANT FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
An Extra Meeting will be held Tnrs EVE?
NING, at your hull. State street, at 8 o'clock. Hon?
orary and Contributing mt-rnbera arc specially rc
questea to attend. By order,
mays ED WD. G. CHCPRIN, Secretary.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of the Stono Phosphate Com?
pany will bc he d a: the Planters' and Mechanics'
Bank Tnis DAY. the'3r..of Maj instant, at
12 o'clock M. Au Elect oti will .?iso be held for
President and Directors. J. D. AIKEN',
apr26 ' - Agent.
WANTED, A GOOD HOUSE BOT.
References required. Apply ar No. 02
East Bay street, near old i'ostufllee. mayfl-l*
WANTED, A GIRL TO WAIT ABOUT
house and rpake herself generally "useful.
Apply at No. 50 Smith street. >_mav3-u*
WANTED BY A GENTLEMAN AND
wife, two or more p easantry situated
Rooms In the western patt of the city. Apply nt
AV. S. BlssELL's, Meeting street. may3-?*
WANTED, EITHER A WHITE OR COL?
ORED Girl, to make herself generally use?
ful. Rciommemlat-lon required. Appk at tills
TT.rANTED. TWO GOOD BR?CKLAY
VY ER5, togo to Georgetown. White men
preferred. Apply to SHACKELFORD A KELLY,
WANTED IMMEDIATELY. A GOOD
COOK; also, a house servant. Must bring
good recommendations. Apply at this office,
mays--* - *_'
WANTED IN A DRUG STORE. A LAD.
One acquainted witta the business pre?
ferred. Address Box No. 443, Charleston Posiof
flce, giving reference._ni ay 3
WANTED, SEVERAL FEMALE AS?
SISTANTS at "Archer's Bazaar," No. 36??
King street. Must have experience, and come
weil recommande '?. Apply from ll tu 12 o'clock..
WANTED TO IHRE, A COLORED BOY,
from 12 to IS years of ace. Apply ar. C r
ohnaClub Rooms, Meeting street, m-xt Court?
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK,
wash and iron for a.small family, also to
milk and take care or a cow. Must come weil
recommended. Apply at Nu. 13 Smith stree;,
WANTED. A. COM PETENT WASHER
and Ironer. Apply at No. 15 Weir worth
street, south side, near East Bay. may 1-3
WANTED, A WHITE WOM vN, TO
cook and wash ami assist in housework
ot a small ramlly. Apply ?lt Nu. 81 Wentworth
AYOUNG LADY IN TUE COUNTRY'
wishes a situation as Companion or House?
keeper in the city or country. Fur terms, und
other particulars, address "Br' DAILY NEWS
WANTED TO RENT, BY A PUNCTUAL
and permanent tenant, a nea' and pleas,
tinily situated dwelling, containing not less ih.ui
lour square rooms. The.western part or the city,
nr thc i.eighborliood of Hie Bullery preferred. Ad?
dress, sr.iti.'itr loe.itlott au I lowcjt^ent, ' Tenant."
office of rna NEWS. n> rts
S' ?X HUND RED DOLLA RS.-FOR SALE,
th* Stock uuil Fixum s of a first efciss'Biir
r om. doing a good business. Address I). R.
KUI UND, titi-oiigii PostoUfco. tn*? 1-3*
BRICKS FOll SALE.-100*000 BRICKS
for sule. Apply at No. 417 Klug street.
A GOOD SECOND-HAND TYLKR ?. >T
J\ TON COMl'ltE-s, iienrrt complet?:. for sal;
bj tim W'llra ng'onatpl Weldon Railroad Cumpa.,
n'y. nt $160?, io i riv ?is good tts mw. Apply to S.
L. FREMDN n, Engineer and *nperiiiteudeut.
FOR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, uf good quality, winch un; ottered
heap. Call ar. No. JT < J ie>-u street. iNHwven
Heetmg and Church <:reets._f.-'o t
A BARGAIN'!-TO PKIN Hilts .vNL?
rx. itt ?OK BINUK its.-A Buggies Wood Frame
Paper Cul 'er, win bc said low for c iso. ls nearly
neu-, cuts 2s inches, and has HU extra .knife. No
charge for package. Price *4G. Apply at Tm;
SEWS Job Office. mai22
.Cool an?s fonn?. .
y OST ON SATURDAY. 2:ITIIAPKIL. A
I. J SILVER KRoocil. A suitable reward will
be paid ir left ai tiib* office. niav.t-2*
LOST. ON THE I STU, A BUCKSKIN
POUCH, with Thirty Dollars and sume
rems, between Tradd and King air?ela, via .
Friend. Archdale and Keaufaiu. Finder ?rill be
rewarded on delivery at No. H4 Trodd,comer
Logan streets. ' -.pr2u
SOMMERVILLE* RESIDENCE-J? RENT,
containing seven rooms, willi outbuildings,
it. .\if MARSHALL A' BRO..
mny3-wths3 Brokern, No. :ta ttronri sip-i-t.
TO RENT, TUA L' DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE. No. CO Swill! street. " Posses .lou
given immediately. Apply ut Nu. i? Liberty s reet.
rpi) Rr NT, A COMFORT ABLE 110 SW,
A No. ?KS Co,nmg street, cwitaluing fonr
looms, with yas. .rou t elstern und yard; also,
dower garden. Eur renns, applv to wu. u.
l) OV'SON, Real Eaiato Agent, No. ?a Utoud street,
TO REN 1, A SUMMER RETREAT IN
thc Town of Anderson, s. c.-a beautiful
Cu:r.iire, coil tabling six rooms, partially lunns.i.
Ttiegardeu is in ?? high state ul cultivai! m, and
the surroundings all that em ne l . ~t ro I forstnu
mer comfort and pleasure. From VTav tn October
t hi-re is not ii Mior- ogrcuubut I H-HIIIV lu S<MIMI
car. lina. Apply to K. ti. I>? FoN'TAlVK, ai tim
Mill* House, ur to M., HOM loll, Anderson, S. C.
SDissoltllions ot' ?opartuersi)ip.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP^
Tin: linn of CHARLES ?. 11(011 Kit ACO.
U Hits day dissolved by mutual cuusent; rue
liquidation of their almira will be conducted by
CHARLES C. RUMKER, who will continue the
business on his own ac-.outit.
CHARLES C. RllJIITKR,
WILLIAM U. LOCK W'lOD.
Charleston, April 20, WTL univ;!-;;
TUE COPARTNERSHIP UEREL'OEOUE
existing, between the undersigned ts this
d >y dissolved by mutual C'Msiuur,. Either partner
ts authorized to settle up thu nuilnesa ??' tue lute
Orm. JonN C. M ALLON KC,
Q. ll. IC KITT.
Tlie'undersigned wilt continue thu LUMBAR
AND TIMBER FACTORAGE BUSINESS on lits own
account, l iberal advances i.uiUo on Ortosigll
mints. Office and Pom', west end iieauiaiu
streer. 0. D. KElIT.
April 29,1871. raaya-I*
ft fr M '?'
S AT fc
? FREUNTiSCHAFrSBUND HALL.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF
ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL,
TO TAI?E PLACE
JUE SJ) A F, MAY 0 . .
?-Programme later in the week. may3
QATHOLiC SUNDAY-SCHOOL PICNIC,
A PICNIO or the Sund ay-Schools of air the Cath?
olic Pariahes in the city will be given at the
Schurzenplatz, on TUESDAY next, the 9th Instant.
Cars'will leave tha Ann street Depot at 8.30 A. if.,
and the Schutzenplatz, on. their return, at 6.30
Tickets can be procured from the Pastors or the
diff?rent Churches, from the members of the com?
mittee, and at the Depot on thc morning of the ;
piTADEL SQUARE BAPTIST OHUBCH
SUNDAY SCHOOL PIONIC.
The Picnic of this School wljl be held af Monnt
Pleasant, on FRIDAY, 5th lustant. The boat will
leave Market wharr at io o'clock A. M.
The children of the School, and members of the
congregation, can procure Tickets from
JOHN G. MILNOR,
rr.ay3-2 Superintendent S.-S.
^CADIIJIY OF MUSIC.
Return of the Charleston Favorites, the brilliant
CHAPMAN SISTERS; the Eminent Comedlan,"C. B.
BISHOP and their new and talented Company,
with Messrs. COOPER & FIELDS, celebrated Terp?
FOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY.
T H UR S D A Y, ?AY, 4 , 18 7 1.
On which occasion will'be presented
TWO GREAT PLAYS,
.Buckstone's Great Oom<Hly, lu three Acts,
A*nd Brougham's Celebrated Burlesque,
OR YE GENTLE SAVAGE.
Admission to Orchestra and Dress Circle $1.
No extra charge for reserved seats. Box office
open for sale of secured reata, Wednesday, May
ca. at 9 o'clock, ror any evening during the en?
gagement. Doors open quarter.past 7. Curtain
rises at 8 o'clock. mayl
QH ARLESTON GERMAN
1ST, 2D, 3D, 4TH AND 5TH OF MAT, 1871.
1. The membtraof tib? Club and their friends
are Invited to participate In the Festivities.
Cards of Invitation may bc obtained at Messrs.
F. VON SANTEN, King Street; MELCHERS 4
MULLE lt, King street: GEORGE H. L1NDSTEDT,
corner Calhoun r.ud King streets; F. HEINZ, King
street, oppo3lb: Ann street; WM. PIEPER, corner
King aud spring streets; P. BUCHHEIT, corner
Meeting aol Line streets; C. LITSCHGI, East
Bay; E. F. TORCE, East Bay; J. M. MARTIN, No."
35 Market stteet, and Three Mile House.
2. No person will be admitted without produc?
ing (heit Card of Invitation; and no Invitation
will be Issued, unJer any circumstances, at the
3. Every Shareholder, Active and PassIve'Mem
ber, and their respective Immediate families,
have Tree admittance to Wie groo ods, bu', must
obtain a family ticket at Mi. G. H. LINDSTEDT'S,
c rnei of calhoun and King streets.
4. Active and Passive M -mbers lu uniform, and
invl ed guests In uniform, are not required to
produce their Cards of Invitation.
5. . Only Active and Passive Mi-nlbers of the Ger?
man rune Club, lu uniform, have free admission
to the Dancing Ball. '
6. The Badges delivered at thc entrance of the
Dancing"Hall are to be be keptln sight.
7. No one except thr.se in the known uniform of
Rlf,emen will be- ndmltt-d into the Shooting
23- The South Carolina, Savannah and Charles
lion and Northeastern Railroad Companies have
kindly contented to carry visura to thc festival
for hair rare.
For rurther.partlc.ilars, see Programmes.
?roccrics, Ciquors, #c.
A GENE U A- M O NS EE S ,
Nos. 16; AND 185 E VST HAY ANyD. NOS. 2 AND 4
O.UB Ufr' STREET;
Have In Store and receiving dally a large as?
sort ment of
FAMILY AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
Consisting In part; of:
BACON, UAM>. PuRg, H?BF, MACKEREL, MO?
LASSES. FLOUR. SUGAR LA tD, SALT, SOAP,
NAILS, COFFEE TEAS. .tc., AO.
WAG ENE'* ft MO.VSBBS
Continually have I::-sro cit largo aad well se
. lected assort m rut of
SHIP G K.O'0 ERIES,
delivered free or cartage-to vessels.
WA GEN'ER Si MO N'S EES,
Agents for Isodnr. Bush A Co., St. Louis, Mo.,
SPARKLING GRAND DUCHESSE CATAWBA.
Also, continually are supplied and liave~tn store.
ClIO'CE CALIFORNIA MOUNTAIN" WINE,
In sixty gallon casks and demijohns. These Wines
arc equal to any Imported Wines lu every respect,
(1 LA RET ON DRAUGHT AT SI 25 PER
OR 35'CENTS TER BUTTLE.
Bottle to bc returned.
W. IL WELCH,
S. W. Corner Meeting and Market, streets.
jeyAil Goods delivered free of eharge. *apr23
NEW BUTTER, IMITATION ENGLISH
RECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS.
Choice New GOSHEN' BOTTER, Jenny Lind lin
Ration English Cheese. Mild Factory Cheese, Pine?
apple Cheese, You K America Cheese, Kulara and
S.ip NIKO cin esf. Ext ra Smoked Touga ? and
Breakfast Bacon strips, Ouotce Pickled Beef, Fam?
ily Pig Pork ?iud Pic loLOx fougues,
SUGAR CURED HAMS.
DuitleM's. American, Whcstphalla, Whitaker,
Extra star, Davis's Diamond,and the celebrated
While Sugar cured Champion Hams.
For sub; by . K. E. BEDFORD,
jan il. .VJ. 275 King street.
y ? ?RMLING il 0 S ELLE
LICU?UR DES BENEDICTINS
RUSSIAN KUM MEI.
CREME DE HOSE
F. G. BEDFORD,
jania No. 276 Kine street.
li B MEN LAGER DEE .8
SCO rc ll ALES
E. E. BEDFORD,
anil No. 275 King street.
I (Stoteties. C?rnrjrs, Ut.
J^HTlv-"/, B U *T T B~R~]T
100 tnb3"Ch'olce Kew "May BUT TER.
Now landing, and for sale low by
? T. M. CATER,
may3-2_ No. 22 Vendue Range.
J^F W BUTTER.
io tuba Choice NEW BUTTER.
For sale by HENRY COBLA 4 CO.
Q H O ICE MAY BUTTER.
Receiving on commission by each steamer
from the North, through S. A. Lambert, and now
landing- . .
Fresh lots of Choice Old and Choice New MAY
BOTTER; for inspection to the trade.
may2_No. 209 East Say.'
gUGARHOUSE ?SY RUP. '
100 bbls. S. H. SYRUP, by steamer Fall River,
on consignment andTorsalelow wblle landing by
tnay2 ' East Bay, near Market street.
JipW CROP CLAYED MOLASSES.
loo hhds. l Superior Sweet Bright New Crop
20 tierces j . . - CLAYED MOLASSES.
For pale by - J. A. ENSLOW 4 CO.,
laava-tawig _No. 141 East; Bay.
gUPER, EXTRA AND FAMILY r^TJR
MORDECAI Se CO., No. HO East Bay, offer for
sale Super, Extra anl Family FLOUR, of high
gaul es. _ mav2-5
0 0 K OUT!
FOR THE.SIONS OF THE CROCKERY HOUSE
AND CAROLINA TEA AGENCY.
.TUST ARRIVED AT
LINLE Y'S CHEAP ST ?IRE,
No. 338 King street, -
A new supply of that famous DOLLAR TEA.
Also, a large lot of that very superior YOUNG
HYSON TEA, which delights all Tea connoisseurs
wbo have ever tried lt, and which I sell at the low
price of $160 per pound. This Tea ls guaranteed,
anl I am willing to refund the money to any par?
ch tser who should be dissatisfied.
A large lot Of CANNED FRUIT, VEGETABLES}
AND FISH, of the most approved brands, wolca
will be sold at low prices.
A general assortment of Groceries, at reduced
Roasted and Ground Rio, Laguayra and Java
Coffees, fresh every day. The roasting ls done
upon the premises, under my personal super?
vision. Quality and kinds guaranteed.
FRENCH CHINA ! FRENCH CHINA I.
Tea Sets of plain French China, 44 pieces, for $8
Tea Sets, gold band French China, 44 pieces, for
A large assortment of French China for table
use. Also, Fancy China Goods, Vases, Cologne
Sets, Motto Cups and Saucers, Tete-a-Tete Sets,
English Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, Hard?
ware, Woodenware, Baskets, Looking Glasses,
and a general assortment of House Furnishing
Goods-sold twenty-five per cent, cheaper than
Special attention paid to country orders, accom?
panied with cash.
All Inquiries by letter promptly answered.
No charge for packing or delivering to any part
of the city.
marl6-lyr JOHN W. LINLEY.
EAS! TEAS! TEAS!
PURE TEAS ONLY !
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE INVOICE FINE
From TO cents to $170 per pound, belog abont
2? cents per pound below other Dealers.
Consumers desiring FINE TEAS would dowell
to try those sold at
WILSON'S GROCERY ? .
a ail you will use no other kind.
We buy TEAS in large quantities from first
hands, (avoiding "Tea Companies of all kinds,)
therefore buying at a small advance on first cost,
aad would advise consumers to buy no Tea in
For PURE TEAS, gt to - .
Allson and Society streets.
ew All Goods delivered rree. No .charge for
packing. . .
country Orders promptly attended to, at
Box No. 3S3, Charleston, S. C.
?3? No charge forpacklng or delivering Goods.
QHARLES HEIDSIECK CHAMPAGNES,
S1LLERY AND EXTRA DRY. A. LALANDE 4
CO.. Proprietor of the Chit. Leovillc and Bro wa
Cantenuc Clarets. A full assortment of i he above
Wines fur sale bj all principal Greers and wine
Dealer?. H. BISCHOFF 4 CO.
EEMOVAL.-I HAVE REMOVED MY
Otllce rrom the corner or South Atlantic
U nart und Exchange street to the OFFICE OF
ATLAS t ic WHARVES.
M~ ADAME LUZIER, PARISIAN ORE3S
MAKER, has removed to No. 238 KING
sr UK ET, east side, between Market and H?sel
Vf?TICE.- THE "EQUITABLE LIFE
i.1 ASSURANCBSOCIETY,'*of Ne?? York, have
removed from No. Ul Meelina Stree: to their
new ellice, NO. 20 BrtOAD STREET.
WM. B. SHAW,
f.bis (?enera1 Ageut.
(Cicjars, ilobacro, Ut.
?\ IGA RS! CIGARS!
Large Stock of Good, Free SMOKING CIGARS,
constantly on hand, and for sale at $10 per thous?
1" ' j1.'MADSEN'S CIGAR MANUFACTORY,
No. 163 Meeting street,
apr3-lino _Oppose Cnarieston Hotel.
QIGAiiS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, ?fcc.
,iie undersigned. Proprietor or -EMPEROR
WILLIAM CIGAR EMPORIUM," NO. 3ID f'ng
street, three doors south or Soci?t? stree:, respect
rudy states to tue Smoking, C ewing and Snuf
Iluir public, that he has concluded to.otTer extra
uidiiceineu;s to Wholesale and Retail Consumers
of CIGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, .tc, by disposing
of lils Stock at such prices as to secure a large
and rcllanle trade, AU exreusive a ul complete
as-ortm.-nt. of all articles in his lina of business ls
. kepi constantly ou hand, giving a facility of
lllliug, without delay, all orders extended to hun,
accompainen with casll or lirait ?ti responsible
houses in the citv. Purchasers are requested to
examine his perfect Stock before trading else?
where. WM. ."Hilt I DLR,
Proprietor of Emperor William Cu ar Store.
18i? "PURELY MUTUAL. ?te?
NEW YORK LIFE
l ?. 4 5.0 rganiic ?1.1 8 4 5
General Agent, No. 54 Broad street.