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Meetings Tnt? Day.
Committee Pope's JubllVe^^P^jk..
Independeat Dramatic ci?b, at naK:p
Farmers' Fertilizer Company, at SP. H.
Washington Rifle Club, at 8 P. M.
Colon chapter, at 8 P. M.
Palmero Pftnjdou. at MU paab St^. MJ
Auction S*J<sii Till* Day.
Laurey <t Alexander will sell at 10 o'clock:,
at their store, floor, bacon, Ac.
A. H. Abrahams & Sons will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their store, shop gooda, lie. - . r>. Og &
Tiedemarj, Calder & Co. will sell at three'quar?
te rs past e o'clock, at their store, hams, butter, ?c.
John G. Miinor * Co. will sell at l(M>'olpck, at
their store, matting.-straw goods, A-o.- .
Louis D. De Saussure wi I sou at il o'clock, at
the old Postorfloe, real estate.
R. M. Marshall will sell at ll o'clock, at the old
Postofflce, veal estate. ; . " .
? Wm. McKay will sell at bis"store, at to o'clock,
ELECTION ANXOUNCEMSNTS intended for pub*
Heat ion In THE NEWS, must, in ail cases, be paid |
for in advance.
" THE STEAMSHIP JAMES ADOER will sall for
New Vorhat 6 P. M. on the 24th instant, and* not
at ll A- M., as heretofore announced.
THE 0DTRA9*.: COMMTTTEK'.-Judge Wirlard
?and A ttorney General Chamberlain havemorned \
from Washington, whither they baO-b?fen*sirn
moned to testify before the out rag? comm Itt?.
THE STATE COURT.-His Honor Judge Gra>
hap w.as occupied yesterday en the equity side
of-tbaconrUn granting orders and bearing mo?
tions. Nothing or pabilo interest tkansplred.
THE FARMERS' FERTILIZER COMPANY.-The
annual meeting or the stockholders' or -tfcjsTc-am
pany will oe held this evening, at s o'clock, at-the
rooms of the Board or Trade.
THE TAXPAYERS' CONVENTION.-We have re?
ceived the official report, in pamphlet, of the Tax?
payers' Convention, rt ts issued from the press*
of Edward Perry.
FOR NEW YORK, ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON.
The swift side-wheel steamship Charleston, Cap.
tain Berry, will sail from Pier Ne. fi Cn los
wharves to-morrow afternoon at half-past 5
MONUMENT TO THE CONFEDERATE DEAD.-At
a meeting of the Ladles' Memorial Association
yesterday afternoon, a design of the monument
was submitted and adopted, and the work ls to
be .entered on immediately.
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^EXCURSIONS are the order of the day. The
steamar st. Helena was out yesterday with an
immense crowd, and the waters or the harbor re?
sounded with the melodious strains or the Chi
cora Cornet Band. The excursionists had a merry
time of it. ? ?jj . ' 'V I
FR OJ* PHILADELPHIA.- Th? regular ' iron
steamship' Virginia Captain Hunter,' arrived'
early yesterday, after a short voyage, from the
-Quaker City, and brings down a large cargo
as usual. The Virginia, ts appointed to sail on
Thursday, at 1 o'clock. Track aad Mt shippers
?in take due notice, both here and In Aiken.
REV. A. B.- EARLE.-Tills- muon euee med- j
minister and evangelist, who will be remembered
as having preached here several- Mmes a year
ago, ts now on his way home from Texas, and '
will stop a rew days In Charleston. He ls ex?
pected to preach In the Citadel Square Baptist
Church to-morrow.evening, at half-pasts o'clock.
The public are respectfully Invited to attend.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT^.- The Sisters of Mercy
beg to return their grateful thanks to J. H. Deve?
reux, Esq., for the handsome donation of one
hohdred and "fifty yards or brown linea drilling
for i he orphan boys under their charge. The Sta?
tors also take this opportunity et gratefully
acknowledging the donation of ire. dollars'
worth of Ice tickets from A. Gage, Esq.
Ltrr. INSURANCE POLICIES PAID-Mr. W. H
Towu&end, State itgent of the "Security Life," or
New York, Ifarfpald *sooo? t a Mia* VJ Af HarHW q?
Bam weir, the ari*^^ate ?her od ai polly OBI tho;
lfa ol jrbb jato Mr* ?- E". Harley.- iP^^PM
also expects to pay in ? few Jay's $s?nh to Mrs,
Campsen. the widow or the late Mr. John Camp
sen, of our olty. ". _
REPUBLICAN WARD MEETINGS.-The Repub
Hean TOterawtli m?eetin |heir respetiva ?Ards
this'efenlng to organize fhelr wards, to erect offi?
cers wherever vacancies exist, and to elect repre?
sentatives from eac4}_ ward to A?W ia..conjunction
with the city central executive ?omm'ittee. There
wm be a meeting of the - executive board on
Thursday evening, when the ward repMSDccak
tl ves ai e expected to be present.
4t--sar .gasa ? i* ii'^A ; fcn]
LECTURES AT HOLMES'S LYCEUM.-The Rev.
if. R. Sasges, w?L> deliver y three ' iee torea at
Holmes's Lyceum-the fl rat this evening, at half
psst 8 ?viocV W ?^o^^whtiie\?*Tldb?n Hall
and Thrmaa^haimera. The-st-coad-lecture ww
be delivered on Thursday evening, June 22-sub?
ject, "Secret or Success." The last lecture-on
"Marriage"-win be delivered-June 27th. Ticket?
can be had at Fogartle's and Holmes's bookstores,
also at Edward Perry'a and at the ?of?i ce of the
"Working etrr'slian," Hasel street, '
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ATTENTION ! RIFLEMEN.-A -correspondent
writes-aa.that be passed Mooni Pleasant, on Sat?
urday last, in a boat, wine One or our oliy rifle
companies oras shooting at a target, and ?has
aithongb the shooters saw the-.boat sod Its to?
mates, they nevertheless continued firing, and
the balls, missing the target, passed in danger?
ous proximity to the persons in the boat. This
practice, to say the very least of it, ls reprehensi?
ble, and we hope that in future more care and
circumspection will be used on /inch occas Iocs.
Ho! FOR WALHALLA.-We hare already
briefly adverted to the fact that the South Caroli?
na Railroad will Bell excursion tickets to Walhalla
and back, during commencement week, for the
low price of $14 as. These rickets can be ha? ant ii
thc 27th Instant. They are made good to return
until July 5, thus affording a rare opportunity to
take a pleasant run to the mountains at a ?wry
low fig dre. We have no doobt many or on r-towns?
men' will be pleased to have so good an excuse to
rnn away from Or. Blackman's thermometer.
* CLUBS AND STARS.-Louisa Campbell, a
dftored girl, arrested on the charge of vagrancy,
was sent to the House or Correction for thirty
Richard Brown, an old offender, lodged for at?
tempting to steal a watch from Mr. Rouse's store
in Ring street, and cutting that gentleman with
a-knife aa he tried to hold him, was turned over
to the State for prosecution.
Of four parties arrested for being drunk and.
some unable to tako care of themselves, on S-itur
day night, to J were discharged, one forfeited his
deposit,and the fourth had his case continued
until to day.
?CAUGHT IN THE ACT.-Sam Middleton, a
colored youth ot elegant leisure, without any
visible occupation, and about, eighteen years of
age, was lodged in the Detective office by Officer
TruaU, on the charge of till-tapping. About 9
o'clcck yesterday morning, Sam was standing
in Iront or Mr. Baker's store, corner or State and
Chalmers streets,.when he saw the proprietor,
the only person in the store, slip out into.the
yard. Having always an eye to business, Sam
cautiously entered, and made his way to the tm.
The proprietor was on ttaaratop, aowqvar, %nd.
as Sam was gathering trie content8*of the money
drawer, he felt a heavy hand upon his collar..
The position was a most compromising one, and.
being caught "./tooranie delictu," Sam submitted
with a dignity worthy or a better rate. He was
turned over to ?he oin-.er,-and ls held for ex?
amination. He had not um? to take any or tb?
money; and the only thing precious on his person
was a love-letter.
_ SONS OFTEBFKRAJf?lS._
Proceed iBgb ?if m. Convention of Dele
gates to Form a Grand Division,
?Pii^rusMJd a?-lce, the delegates appointed
to fepresenTthe st^?r?ldtvlsion'; throughout the
Stale at a mee ti ag for the purpose of orgaaizlng
a Grand Division of the State of Sooth Carolina,
met a^Odd^euflwaiHalJ, Injbe .City ordenarles
ton, s*tfi|dayrjt? or?uij?, at & ?ir?4 "'"i
T?e^l?w^n^^lvisloW were represented:
Anderson,%ope^T?a*shfp, Palmetto"; Columbia
On mQ??on or Mr w. w. Pemberton. Mr. Ed.
Erne; lek Sell was called to the chair, and Mr.
Oliver Hewittjaqaeated to ace as secretary.
?The chairman, on- tskiog-h'is seat, made a few
pertinent remarks, statlag the object for which
, the delegates hantassemblafl, and announced the
'masting ready for basines* .' f|J I
On motion of Mr. T. J. ' L arnot te, of C? lamb?a
Division, a committee on credentials was ap
. pointed, consisting of Messrs. T. J. Lamotte, Co?
lumbia Division; A. B. Towers, Anderson Dlvl
''mon, and w-. ' w." "Prarberton, Palmetto Division,
who, on examlaationx>f ihe-same, made tb?, fol?
lowing report, which, was adapted:
Th atthevha ve examined the credentials sub
I mttted to them, and find the following delegates
?dary accredited: . p;
Palmetto Division-E. E. Sell. J. L. Bell, N.
Tylee, -Sr., M. Bolger, W. W-. Pemberton, E.
Thayer, H. Judge Moore, H. T. Saran and G. L.
Friendship Division, Bamberg-G. 7. Patrick',
H. B\ Stewart, W. 0. Dewitt,-li. G. Hay.
* - Anderson Division, Anderson-A. B. Towers, S.
Mi La?aste?. J. : Lewis,.*, W. Todd, u ?. Smi?l>,
L B. P. WlUon^B. Jrank Creigh'toa, J5.. B? Cater, S.
- Hope Division, Gr?hsa^OXvcr Hewitt, S. H.
Tl ml al, M. D.. L notas-L. aice. Madison W. Felder,
L. W. Kennedy, George W. Turner.
1 ' TlmmonMile Blvlslon, Tlmmonsville-W. L.
r They And other delegates present who are suffi?
ciently vouched, for, although their oredentlals
bave not regularly reached this body. Tour com?
mittee wonid recommend that these brethren be
permitted to enter ther names on-the roll or dele?
gates, as representatives or their respective ?rivi
, slcna^and thai thea; credea^l&Js be. furnished
On motion ol Mr. T. J. Larnott^ lt was
' RMSO'M'JL That.? oom mittee of three be appoint?
ed; who shall take charge or the books, papers
and other matters'referring to the Organization
or the-Grand Division.
On motion*, the delegar.es.sook a recsss to meet
The delegates were .called to order by Mr. Ed.
Emeriok Sell, who stated that Past Most Worthy
Patriarch B. D. Townsend had arrived with a
com xis si u from the Most Worthy Patriarch of
the National Division of North America, depu?
tizing him as Deputy Most' Worihy Patriarch to
organize the Grand Division, and install the offi?
Mr. B. D. Townsend, on taking the chair, called
to his assistance the rollo wing Grand Officers: E.
E. Sell,' G. W. A.. pro tem.; oliver Hewitt, G. S.,
pro tem.; A. B. Towers, G. T., pro tem.; John Al
pepper, G. C., pro tem. ; T. J. Lamotte, G. C., pro
tem.; W. D. TimmonB, G. s, pro tem.; Nathaniel
Tylee, Sr., P. G. W. P., and the Grand Body was
opened In due form.
The following representatives to the Grand
Division beta yr Irr Watting, and their credentials
having been approved, they were duly initiated
members: L. W. Kennedy, F, W. P., Hope Divi?
sion; G. W. Turner, W. P., Hope Di vision; AG, I.
Patrick, P. W. P., Friendship Division ; W. 0. De?
witt, P. W. P., Fnendship Division; W. W. Pem?
berton, P. W. P., Palmetto Division; G. L. 0. Cook,"
W. P.;palrJJWtb Divisi?n. '
A letter was received (throngh Mr. J. L. Bell)-1
fforaDr. Thomas A. Elliott, P. W. A., redding at
Orangeburg, regretting his"'?i?bnrty to attend,
and giving oheering encouragement and hopes
of the organization of divisions In his neighbor?
Thecharter having been read, the Mon Worthy
Patriarch declared the Grand Division or the
Sons of Temperance "daly const Ita tedr and ready
?Au election was held tor Grand Officers to serve
for the balan?a or the term, and the following
gentlemen'duly elected: Sd. E merl ck' Sell G.
W. P.; Oliver Hewitt, G? W. A.; Thomas J. La?
motte, G. 5.;, A. B. Towers, G. T.; Rev. John Cul
pepper, G. C.; W. D. Tlmmons,- G. C.; G. T.
Patrick, G. S.
The Installation or the Grand Officers was made
the special business at 9 o'clock? on Tuesday
morning, and all members and lady visitors in
good standing Invited te be present at said in
) talla tien, on t herr being duly obligated. .'.;.,- ;
ts vi tatioj xrojh palmetto Q*lsjon ?TSjSfre
d luv?lagrttte-'Grani Diy??onjtO/parQolpate
in T?ielr meeting'to-ntgrrr; amt* to attend":ah"ex?
cursion around the harbor at 3 P. M.; also, a|
grand temperance meeting to be held at Second
Presbyterian'Church, at half-past 8 P. M.,on same
, fm motion, adjourned to gneet at 9-o'clock A
M.ftms morning. *. B ~ * * ' *'
?- Tas WttTLUi* ZxsrtSD&x was hot Old Sol
was in his glory, and showed his maligners that
old age bad in np wl3e diminished his powers
Bftrtow * cloWT* quirrefi ^?Tafrherfajsd if |
that hyperbolical ol^heJJlLsh has not-A-ttd?back,
and tnSStcooTiea- toa ifi?ffiWriTil t?Vltvm ta
Ore. One of his degenerate c. eta ns xoald bajee
stood to mor? Chance on a' mncT-barik y est'erdny , j
tirarg*? bovine quadruped ia 3y-?eason.tjita sn
abbreviated caudal appendage. The heat, which
hail'' gradually been increasing for the past f >w
days, was distressing at an early hour yesterday,
and the thermometer became ambitions. At 8
o'clock lt stood at 86, and, like cotton, with a de?
cided upward tendency. At 12, in the shade or j
Or. Blackman's store, a cool placa,and la the'
iretghboTbeod of a soda-water fountain, lt rose to
tl, and wah stfll rising. The ?ky was generally'
?leats and toe few clouds which sailed over seam
id to draw the heat to a focus opon tb? etty. At
I, Fahrenheit's showed 02, and at 4 the quicksilver
rose to 94. A fresh breeze here sprang up and
ihecked the-rise, and the .thermometer gradually
Tell to 90. This ts -pretty good /or Jane, and if
Inly and August improve upon it, a lively time
may be expected.
.THE OLD CUSTOMHOUSE.-The sudden stop
ling of work qa this venerable old edinue has
riven rise to so many surmises and rumors as to
he cause, that we are glad to be able at last to
nform our readers of the true solution of the
nystery. The work was stopped simply because
he government waa 'not ready to proceed with
t. It will probably be remembered that, In the
sst allusion to the building In THE NEWS, lt was
here stated that the partitiqnahad been knocked
lown, and the whele of the 'interior was one
rast ball. The agent and workmen were ready
? proceed, but the next step was rebuilding the
nterlor, and the proper plans for the ar?
rangements of. the rooms and offices
lad not been determined upon by the
ihthoritles at Washington. On this account
the work was stopped, and that gloomy silence
jnsued which has been the source of so much
laxlety and curiosity on the part of those Inter?
ested in the matter. An absurd rnmor to the
iffect that the walls had been condemned as un
safe was ana is entirely without foundation,
r?e bricks are as good as on the day they were
Imported, and the Walls are -erected in the sob
sitantlal manner of the olden time, with powerful
arched foundations which bid fair to last-for cen?
The plans for the fliting up of the Interior ure
even now in Washington, and the work on the
building will be-rsumed^s soon aa they return
approved. They are expected in a few days.
Hotel Arrivals-Jane ld.
A. J. Allen, J. C. Brown, Greenville; W. G.
F- E. Wells,.St? Thomas; John H. Lynch, Phila?
delphia';'3. D. Townsend, Society HUI; Thomas
Quantile, Washington, D. 0.;FLT. Moon, Sumter;
George E. Roberts, Boston; E. L. Ripley, New
Henry E. Peyton, Baltimore; FeUz Gorrin and.
wife, Hear York; John Evana and wife, Boston;
Wm. Prackney, colombia; 3. BoaaffoD, Jr., wife
abd child, Philadelphia.
SERENADE.-We greaOulIy acknowledge the
complimenta of a serenade paid uT?ast nlghTfiy
Beck's Amateur Brass Band. The "Marseillaise,"
however, we would suggest to the. performers,
though a very good air for the winter, ls too ex?
citing for the present temperature. The "air"
ream".Greenland's icy mountains would have been
much more welcome.
THE SABBATH-Sunday was a day ot re
mflrkable quiet, and all classes and conditions
seemed to have sunk into a state of peaceful rest.
The guardians of the public peace paraded their
beaja with pe feet serenity, in their cerulean uni?
forms, ead no noisy drunk, no suspicious tramp,
and no disorderly crowd could be discovered
throughout 'the city. The bad characters were
ofltsomewhere boating, bathing, or In the fields,
and the policemen- were undisturbed. Not a
slngle'csse of any kind whatsoever was entered
on -the Mayor's book. His judicial dulles were
correspondingly light, and all were pleased, not
excepting the reporter, with th?'quiet and good
order which reigned supreme on the Sabbath.
MEETING IN WARD 5.-A large and enthu
aiiBWmeatiagor tho citizens of tbls wartt took
place last evening at Arnold's H?u, the presi?
dent, A. J. Crews, in the chair, and Mr. H. P. Fos?
On motion; lt was resolved that no delegate
to the convention from this ward should be eli?
gible to nomination for alderman.
The following preamble and resolution were
IVtiereas, In the opinion or this meeting, lt ls
unwise and impolitic to delegate to a committee
the nomination of (relegates to the convention to
be held en^Iuly 6th proxlnfo; therefore, be lt
Resolve'', That lt be left to the citizens of Ward
5, uvmeetlng assembled, to exercise the preroga
tnmof nominating-and electing by ballot such
eftte'?te o r tte ward as they may deem at to rep
resent them ld said convention; and that.thils
ward stands pledged to the support of such can?
didates as may be nomloated,by said convention.
An election for delegates being then held by
ballot, the following were chosen to represent the
ward : Patrick Brady, C. B. Nell, William Fraser,
Rev. F. Brown, James Mosely and N. 0. Luden.
The meeting then adjourned, subject to the call of
B u S I tr E a H N O X I C M a.
To BOsnvsss MEN.-Five hundred flue Buff]
Envelopes for $126.
. JUU20-tU HlSHL &TBBKT J? AZ AAR..
EiTRAOBDINARV DISPATCH-M. & A. AS.lttOU
receive, thia, day from Paris, through steamer
Charleston, their goods from the house of Lubln.
Those of their friends who have lately beau walt?
ing for Extracts of Jockey Club, Violet and Bose
will please call early to prevent disappointment,'
as the supply ls limited. They have a large supt
ply .of Toilet Powder, both Rose and Violet. .
JttR2?-2_ - ' '
CHEAP NOTE PAPER at $1 per ream*, to'close
oat the lot, can be had for a few days, at
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL.
jnniT-stu: No. 3 Broad street.
I DESIRE to inform the people of Charleston
and the country that they can buy a better and
eneaper Sewing Machine from me than they can
?&fe'w??ere," and gow lathe time, and No. 31 Queen
street ls the place, to get a ?rst-class -Se wi B g Ma?
chine, either new or second-hand; so ;otie one,
come all, and let'me serve you to a No. 1 Machine.
Juni? ^ J. L. LTJKSFOKD.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Onice
is nowprenared to, furnish good envelopes, with
nusiness cards printed thereon, at $4 per thons
and. Send yow orders. Every merchant ead
? us.ness <aia should have his card printed on
BELL HEADS printed on flue paper at S3, M,
?s, $6 so and $8 60 per thousand, according to
?Ixe, at T3B NEWS Job ornee.
THE ATTENTION OF WATCH-RUTERS is called
o our large stock of WeiHiam Watches. These
Watches have been long known throughout the
United States as the best and cheapest In the
market. All Watches guaranteed.
. V/. CARRINOTON A CO.,
maris No. 266 King street.
THE ACADEMY OF MUSI? GRAND GIFT CON?
TESTS, as advertised by Mesera. Bittier, cnadwtck,
3ary A Co.-Mr. Eben Coffin, sub-agent ?or.tot?
splendid and attractive scheme ls now preppfsd
to Bell tickets tor the same. Applications to be
made to bim at'the office of Mr.-E. M. Moreland,
Ho. 2fi Broad street. " may29
Sijiite art?r limtTBtrang &aa?s.
TUBi-PttAOE ^BLOW;PRICES. ?
Fit, Quality and vTork.en?raoteed.
STAR *8???Rf S.
-Latest New York auLondon Cuts. ? ?
Order your shirts now, before the hot
STAR - SHIRTS. *' |
Shirt&fCflUars, Drawers, .Night Shirts.
, ' 5TAR SHIRTS.
Made to Orders and Beady-Made *
f. STAR SHIRTS. p>
At lesa price than any other first class
Men's Furnishing Goods at
? STAR SHIRTS. ?
SCOTT'S SHIRT EMPORHTM,
Meeting street, opposite Market.
$ STAR SHIRTS. S
MOTHERS, READ THIS!
> . ZrV
LY? waterproof. Pro?
tects .clothing; retains
Linen Diapers; avoids
pins'; permits circula?
tion^ of air. Recom?
mended by physicians
and all mothers whose
children have worn
them. Made In fonr
sizes: 1 smallest ; 4
largest. Price $1.
Malled free. Address
F. VON SANTEN, No.
!29 Bing street Charleston, H. C., Dealer In all
ands of RUBBER GOODS, such as Rubber Sheet
og, white and black, Air Pillows, Air and Water
Jeds, Hospital Cushions. Bandage Gum, Rubber
nothing, Piano Covers, D, orM ats, Ac, Ac, and
mporter of Fancy Goods, Toys and Fireworks,
(FORMERLY HUNT'S HOTEL,)
COLUMBIA. SQjXTH CAROLINA.
This House'fi^imjiaan?^f tfie'elty, convenient
to all the public .offices and business houses, locat?
ed on the southwest- corner of the Statehouse
Square; has been recently reopened and renovat?
ed, and will now compare favo: ably with any
Hotel at the South.
ROBB'S Omnibus will convey passengers to and
from every train free of charge.
Also, a first-class Carriage for the accommoda?
tion of ladles.
jnnUt W. E. ROSE, Proprietor.
_ Y*^>, UAW ,ym??*tii sorti -
-?;- s a?>* ,:i ?y ed
FOR FIVE DAYS LONGER,
* WE PARTICULARLY INVITE THOSE WHO ARE DESIROUS OF OBTAINING BARGAINS TO
VISIT OUR STORES, AS SUCH AN OPPORTUNITY IS SELDOM' OFFERED.
EVERY ARTICLE Itt OUR STOCK
WILL BB DISPOSED OP
AT NEW YORK COST AND LESS !
A LARGE LINE OF
Smrfnier Dress Goods, Irish Linen, Bird's-Eye Diaper, Silk
Trimmings, Ribbons, &c,
AT A GREAT SACRIFICE.
?-Call and be. convinced. The attention ol Merchants ls called to the above.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
Nos. 344 and 437 K?N?r STR?ET.
Jons . v '
Situ ?roreries, &t.
BEDFORD'S (LA?E CORWIN S) GROCERY
HEADQUARTERS FOB SELECTED OAFRY BUTTER
PURE LEAF LARD
PRIME FACTORY AND ENGLISH CHEESES
ENGLISH AND- AMERICAN CRACKERS, anf
3?6C?ITS, Ac., ic.
N. B.-I CLAIM TO SEEP THE LARGEST STOCK AND MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OL
FAMILY GROCERIES IN THIS CITT.
f ? 1
j- JE. E. BEDFQRD,
VERT , -TS?-*.-'. WTRB
. ' . 8BCCB880H TO
OH.OL0E BRANDIES, WINES*
* %?%L .? i'JS: VILLLtti S. OORWIN A CO.,
?'???^fei?it-r- . ?AND VERY OLD
^ ^??8pfQ STREET,
. tlfiXjt' , . WHISKIES,
- - - ' ?WPBBEE HASEL.
WHOLESALE ALTVD REXJLlX, DEALER
Fine Teas, Cof?e?s, Sugars Provisions, Spices, &c*
HKK5tKTICAT.LV SBA LED FRUITS, *
VEGETABLES, MEATS, SOUPS, A?.
Ali articles sold from this eat&Miaiurwa: are or rhe VERY BEST QUAUTT and WARRANTED
goodi louvered to all parts of the etty, -Railroad Depots, Steamboats, free or expense.
EVERTK. BEDFORD. 1 * . SEND FOR A (JAS". 9: MARTIN.
ITO. H. GROTKR. f CATALOGUE. . . j WM. 0. MOOD, J*.
Wrng?f grjiwtcgli, Ut.
O. F. PAN KN IN,
MM ll AP9THEf4RV.
No. 123 MEETING STREET.
. CI*A,ttl^E^OlY, H. C.
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ATTENTAIS mrstf&nitY" t^<t?afc*U
theNE# H0N-P0ISON0?S and 0D0RUK8S DIS
INFECTANT and ANTISEPTIC,'
(Chloride of Alum in lam, th? Saline Antiseptic;
harmless aa common seiLJ .
The Lancet, August 27th, H70, says of tal? pre?
paration: uIt la quite as potent aa Chloride of Zinc]
or carbolic Acid, and ls at the same time non
po ts oo ou simd dcvo id of unpleasant smell of every
Und. These qualities will, no doubt, insure ks
being extensively used, and at no distant date we
may expect lt to displace the antiseptics which
are ot present in vogue."
&fa "- - j# - ? " .
CHLORALUM ls an astringent antiseptic, ap?
plied to foul ulcers by London surgeons, aa a gar- J
gie in scarlet fever, diphtheria and common sore
throat, and has been found invaluable in inflam?
mation of the eyes, Ac.
CHLORALCM can be relied on by Farmers tn, j
the treatment of Foot and Mouth Disease, and in j
carrying on disinfection In their homes, atables,
cowbede, pigstyes and poultry-bouses.
CHLORAL DM for dog kennels can be used wi td
great .advantage and economy ia keeping meat
fresh for any length of time, tn purifying the
ban cfces and yards, and complete!? 'removing tba
foul and sickening odor of dirty or ill-drained
49? For sale In quantities to suit purchasers.
Tne advertiser ls .iso tn receipt of a small lot of
Espies Cigarettes, for Asthma.
Together with a Fresh supply of "*
For sale low by the case.
Which have established for themselves a reputa?
tion surpassed by none for the relief of Diseases
of the Stomach and Liver.
A fall assortment of MEDICINES, PERFUME?
RIES, CHEMICALS, AC, of bis own importanc n.
Through constant effort and attention, he hopes
to merit a continuance of the public patronage
which has hitherto been extended to him.
UJatchcs, 3cmclrrj, Ut.
TJA LL, BLACK <fc CO.,
Nos. 665 and 687 BROADWAY, N. Y.
STERLING SILVER FORKS AND SPOONS
In quantity, at
$1 75 GOLD PER OUNCE.
These Goods are pronounced superior In beauty
of flnlsh, and greater ia variety bf pattern, to any
Table Ware manufactured.
A LARGS STOCK OF
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
? HARLES LIE BE NROOD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY",
CHARLESTON', S. C.
49" Highest Trices paid la Cash for Crude Tur?
kW* Virgin a 05, Yellow Dip ?3, Hard $1 00.
INS M AM ? HOWELL,
AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NO, W Bast ?ry, "j- *I ' * :i
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WU! give prorapt personal attention to the sole
or shipment of "
PEACHES AND APPLES IN THEIR SEASON, AND
COUNTRY PRODUCE GENERALLY.
Marking Plates, and Instructions for packing,
fnrnlatu'd on applioar.ion._ mayaa-imo
JOSEPH W. HARRISSONS,
ARTISTS StTPPL?", PAltft ANO OIL STORE,
No. 63 QUEEN STRBBT, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Patent Thiel Defeating (alarm) MONEY DR A w EA.
BEAL ESTATE AGENT AND COLLECT OB,
NO. 109 EAST BAT, Ncaa BROAD^STBJST,
JJEEVES, BROWN & VAN WICKLE,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
? ALLEDfOSOr .
DOMESTIC FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
In their season.
Noa 102 and 108 ?ENTRE ROW,
WEST WASHINGTON MARKET,
-it-OM-S. A. Lambert, with Adolph
N'lraiu, Commission and Forwarding Merchant,
Na aoo.Kmt Bay; Ofrarieaton.-B. 4L apriscamos
Soots, Shoes, Ut.
Q. E T THE BEST!
Boy your BOOTS AND SHOES at
S T E l B E R '? S ,
No. 41 BROAD STREET.
He makes them to order, in any style desired,
using only tue best material'and workmanship.
Constantly on hand, a large assortment or cos
torn made BOOTS AND SBOES, or all sues.
Which dispenses With shoe strings and elastic,
MADE TO ORDER at this establishment.
Call and examine specimens.
may22 No. 41 Broad street.
tailoring, Jrttrnisl]ing Ut.
MENKE & MULLER,
No. 825 KING STREET,
Have just opened an entire New Stock or
CLOTHS, CLOTHING, FURNISHING G?ODS, Ac'
Our Clothing is a very' large and fine selected
stock for Men, Youths and Boys. from$5 to $S(<
per snit. The largest portion is of imported
goods and manufactured by ourselves; we can,
therefore, recommend them as regard flt, wear
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 or the moa'
fashionable Pant and Vest Patterns, which we
will make up to order by measure in the latest
styles. The foreman In this department or oar
business has no equal In the artistic world for ent?
ring and producing an .elegant flt.
This department ls supplied with the celebrated
STAR SHIRTS, Foreign and Domestic Under?
shirts and Drawers, Silk and Thread Gloves, Linen
and Paper Collars, Neckties, Bows,Scarfs, Pocket
Handkerchiefs, Socks, Umbrellas, AC.
Oar stock has been selected .with great care,
and prices marked very low In plain figures.
Bayers la Oar line will find It'to their advantage
to give us a call before purchttlng elsewhere?. -
Bj LAURE?& AlEXWtJL"7^
?N? L AIM ED FLOURON ACCOUNT OF
if* '. Whom lt may Goneem.
THIS DsVrVtqe 29th instant,- .JTIH be-sold to
iront-oCoor store, ac io o'clock, .
20 ba trois. So per and Fine FLOCK, Charleston
inspection, June, wn.' - .
Oo?dttions caen-, . .jnnao '
By IA UREY ft ALEXANDER,
UNRESERVED SALE,-BACON, 4c
THIS DAY, me 20th tnetans, wm be sold
beare our ?tore. at. io o'clock,
5 barrels TRIMMINGS AN? TONGUES
M barrels Strips
6 barrels Shoulders
5 barres Sugar cuml Hame '?
5 boxea smoked and D. S. Bellies
19 boxes low erl ced Heats.
Conditions cash._? . Janao
By TIEDEMUT, CALDER & t 0.
HAM-?, SHOULDERS, BU?TER.' &c
THIS DAY. at ttaee-quartera-past 9 o^dlock,
-nil be so'd before our Store, ?
10 tierces. Choice Sugar -Cured HAMS '
15 boxes Shoulders
10 flrklna Niw.Butter
16 tuba New Batter
20 tuba Leaf Lard:
60 boxes Caadles '
? 1? bbl*. Suttor.
Conditions casa. . . / juago
rTTOIS DAY, WILL B? SOLD AT- 10
J. o'^oct. atm wMeeringvSWeet, ^
.AU Assortment, of Household FURNITURE,
Buaeaus,' Bedsteads, ? Mattresses. Crockery, oat
'.erv, two Wall Tenta, BatWn*'Tub. Notional Ac.'
*N. B.-Regular Sales MONDAYS, WEDNES?
DAYS and FRIDAYS. Advances'made on aH ?
articles placed tn my hands for sale. Jnn20
By JMS G. 3QLNOR & CO.
TP ADIES' SmW GOODS, RIBBONS,
Jut Dry Gooda, LAU Shop Goods, Clot Weg;- Aa .
THIS DAY, 20tb li'Stani, at half-past, 10 o'Cfe?,
we will ae? ateur Store.
Cases Ladies' STRAW GOODS, Shades, Ac,
Trimming and Sash Rkbbons, Ladles' Belts, super
Wnltrstripe Pfaue, White Goods; lim en Drfctts,
Kentucky leans, Bleached and Brown Shirting,
Bleached Drills, Shirting Stripes, Tieka, Colored
Lawns, Lenos, Bine Plaid j. Ginghams, Men's and j
Ladles' Hosiery. Waite and Colored Gloves, Head
.-Balance Stock CLOTHING-Sommer COATS,
Fancy VeBts, Whlt^DrM Pants,'AC
Conditions caahy 1 \ Mg
By JOHNa M?XNOR & CO.
SUPER 4-4FANCY CHECK AND WHITE
THIS DAY, 2Qth ins tat:, a ; half-p<i?t 10 o'ol?ck
we will BeU. at our Store, No. 136 Met'ing street,
wl'hout reserve, -w.
30 pieces FANCY 4-1 CANTON MATTING
3d pieces Wieck 4 4 Canton Matting .
36 pieces White 4-i Canton Hatting.
' AT PRIVA TB sans, I
600 pieces 8 4-WHITE MOSQUITO GAUZE.
By A. H. ABRAHAMS * SONS?
"Pi O MES TIC AND FANCY DRY, GOODS, .
VJ Hosiery,Counters,Tables, Store Flxtores, Ac.
TB IS DAY, 20th Instant, at 10 o'clock, will ?te
sold at our storer No. 183 Meeting street, *
LONfJCLOTHS, sheeting, Stripes, Jeans, Al?
pacas, Broadcloths, Casslmeres, Dress Goods,
Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Shirts, Linean, Drawers,
Shawls. Towels, Ptoa, Threads, Battons, AO,' *
TO-MORROW, ?st, at io o'cieek, al No. 13
Hayne street, COUNTERS, Tables, Store Fix-'
tores, Ac._ junie
A NEW AND BEAUTIFUL BOOK I
. OUR FATHER'S HOUSE 1
OB . - .
THE UNWRITTEN WORD
ST DANI BL MARCH. J). D., .
Author of "Night scenes in tue Bible,"' and
"Walks and Homes of Jesus."
Thia Book ls a heir, warm snrrey of nature,
with the eye or piety and of poetry, written with !
Intelligence, culture and eloquence. The work la
ose or vital faith and gen in*.. JU ia a sate velume
of about seo pages, Issued- both in English .and
Gem?an, superbly bound, of Jins rose-tinted ]
paper, of grat*rul typography,.-profusely and ese-,
gantly embellished. -Missouri Democrat.
The undersigned Pastors of Churches m 'the
City or Charleston,'cordially recommend that good
and beautiful work. "OUR FATHER'S HOUSE;
OR, THE UNWRITTEN WORD,", by Rev. DANIEL.
MARCH, D. D., to the con SO ence and patronage
of our people The volume is a masterly treatise ?
on the works of nature, Illustrating the wisdom,
power and,goodness of the Creator. Being un-'
sectarian, in its character, and calculated to do
good, while lt Instructs and lute reata the reader,
we hupe lt may be widely circulated.
J. T. WIGHTMAN, Pastor Spring street (M. E.)
GrnrKb. ' ? .
L. MULLER. Pastor German Lutheran Cnnroh. *?
JOHN M. CARLISLE, Pastor Trinity (M. E.)
Church. * '
C. P. GADSDEN, Rector St. Luke's Church.
U fcL, SBU0K, Pastor First Baptist Chocen, *
V. M. WIGHTMAN, Bishop M. E. Church, Sooth.
W. S.. Bo WM AN, Pastor' Wentworth street Luthe?
THOMAS SMYTH, Pastor Second Presbyterian.
? Church. .
Mr. .EATON, an old citizen or Savannah^ ls toe
Agent to solicit subscript lons In Charles t?n. and
Will call on the citizens la the interest, or Ats
beautiful work. He may be found-a: the Klug
Mansion, corner.of Meeting and George streets,
where orders may bereft_Jon2fr-s
OG ARTIE'S, BOOK DEPOSITORY.;
NEW CATALOGUE-NO. 10.
CARLYLE'S WORKS, People's Edition, small
crown, Svo, Sartoa Resartns, 90c.
J he French Revolution, vol. I. Mc.
A Memoir of Charles-Mayne Yoong, Tragedian,
with extracta from- his son's Journal, by Julian
Coartes Young, A. M., Rector of liming toa, with
portraits, S2 25. -
Common Sense In the Household, a Manual of
Practical Housewifery, by Marian Harland, tl 75.
The Young Housewife's Counsellor and Friend,
Including the Dutlea of Wife and M. th er, by Mrs. :
Mary Mason, $2.
The Religion cf the Present and of the .Future.
Sermons Preached oh te ry at Yale College,^
Theodore D. Woclsey, $2.
The Life of John Milton, Narrated in Connection.
with the Political, Ecclesiastical and Literary His?
tory of his Time, by David Masaon, M. A.. LL. D.,
vol. 2,163?-lM3. $4 60.
Wonders- of European Art, by tools Viardot,
Illustrated, $1 fia.
On a Fresh Revision of the English New Testa?
ment, by J. B. Lightfoot, $2.
The Purchas Judgment, a Letter of Acknowl?
edgment to the Right Honorable Slr J. T. Cole?
ridge, by H. P. Liddon, D.D. D.C. L.. together
wltn a L?tter to the Writer, by Dr. Pusey, 26c. i
Evidences or Natural and Revealed Theology,
by Charles E. Lord, $8 80.
Jurisdiction and Mission of the Anglican Epis?
copate, by the Rev. T. J". Balley, B. A., Si.
A Sew Velume of Sunday Echoes lu WeeK-D*y
Hours, a Tale illustrative of .the journeyings of
the Children of Israel, by Mrs. Carey Brock, $160.
Chambers's khcycLopcedla, to Number -, are
ceady for delivery. Subscribers are request?
ed to call for their numbers. New subscribers
can bs furnished with the bonna volumes, as far <
as published, In Library Sheep, at $6 per volume.
Lange's Commentary on Jeremiah, $5. Lange ,
on the Gospel of John, $5.
The Conservative Reformation and its Theology,
bj Charles P: Kurth, D. D" $5.
Abundant Lire and other .sermons, by the Rev. ,
M. K. Sadler, $2.
Biography or Rev. George Junkin, D. D., $2 50; ,
A New Volume of Sunday Echoes in Week-Day
Hum e-A Tale illustrative of the Journeyings or
the Children of Israel, $160.
Pioneers and Founders, or Recent Workers In
the Mission Field, by Mrs. Yonge, $2.
Kev. Dr. Hanna's Life of Christ-an Illustrated .
edltionjn one volume, 8vo., $3; also^the Liorary ?
Editlunfln three volumes, for $4 60.
Jesus-His Life and Work, as narrated by the -
Four Eva gellsts, by Howard Crosby, $3 60.
Fresh Leaves In tne Book and Its-Story, by L. \
N. K., with over fifty illustrations, $2. <
The Rock of Ages-A Scripture lestimony to
the One Eternal Guchead of the Father, the Son,
and the Holy Ghost, by the Rev. Ed. H. Bicker
Stltlj, M. A., with an introduction by Bishop Hud-,
tingcou, $1 25. _ * - ' . .< -"'
A new supply of Dr. Hall's Valuable Books, viz: -
Health by Good Living; Sleep, or the Hygiene of
the Night; Health and Disease, as affected py .
Constipation, 4c; Bronchitis and Kindred Dis?
eases; Coughs and Colds, or the Prevention,
Cause and Cure of Various Affections cf the <
Throat. Price per volume, $160. ]
Life and Writings of Alexander James Dallas,
by his Son, George W. Dallas, $6.
FAMILY AND POCKET BIBLES.
We have recently ma?e large additions to our ]
stock of BIBLE?. The prices are greatly reduced, j
We are now offering an unusual large variety or i
Ensllsh and American Family Bibles, Pocket Bi?
bles, and the Episcopals r3y er Book, at extremely ]
low prices. 'i
mw Persons residing In the country will please
bear in mind that by Bending- their orders to us
for any books published.in America, they will be
charged only the price or the book. We pay for
the postage or express.
FOG ARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
so. 260 King street, (to the Bend,} Chariest ou, S. C. I
EE8TDEN0E Oj^lj^?OT SIDE OP
sale under Mor
will be sold ac public-, auction, JO ea> the old. Post
omee, i*j 'e?y>i ?eu ev?i ,r.~- ,-,
All tn at LOT ?F LAND. with toe i wo and;* ball
?tory WOODEN RESIDENCE t nereon,on the nerta,
side of Wentworth street, west-o(-Lynchigteeet,
with Brick Kitchen, also a smalTBr^s Dwelling
with 4 rooms. - ? ??> ?? : ;.: c-3 voir;
The Lot measures 80 feet front, more cr leas, by
IM fact deep, more or low; bounding to thesouth
on Wentworth street, north on Lands now or late
of Albert Elfe, ease on Lands now or late of estate
Mrs. Logan, west on Lanna how or late of H. L.
Toomer, <-. ir'.
conditions oash. .Parchasen to pay Jot paneta
and jevennc stamps. . . . ' ? . Juu?> -
By E, M. MARSHALL & BRO. ttl
ALX)LPHU8 . MTGNOT, ET AL, TS.'
- A J RCTJES, ET AL. \lt?i T? .'. ' ?-'
By vin ne of an order. of Conn ni ?he abo ve case,
to me. directed, will be sqid'. THIS DAY, trie
20th or June. In front ur the Old Ctutomhonie.at
eleven (ll) owoefc-ll^lfc-K? .?wiaavij
All that LOT OF LAND, elfciated-oa the east
aide of King street, containing in Iront on .said
street thirty feet, more or lets, and In death one
trandretfcand thirty Ave feet, more or leta; fconnd
ed to tue Weston Khitf street, U'theaouxnocjiand
now or late of A. J. Ruges,' eaj ton land or Betty
HorToecfc, north on land of/G.iunsy
AU that' LOT OF LANIUS tua te on the east aide
?f&Dg street,' aoath of and ai Joining the above,'
and known as No. ira, containing twenty feet ia
frpntoo said street* and in deptb-one fcuadred
and thirty-five feet, mqre or less: Ijpunded to loo
north on land now or rate of AV J. RutJes. ?anon
tend now or late or John Horlyck, sap^h. on' land
now or late or 0. B." Hilliard, and weet bj King
Street. ..... r '. .', ...*,..
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance on a credit of
one, two and three y*ara rrott the dar on sal?
Gredic portion Of, each lot to he secured b? bonds
ofthepareBaaerln amounts to facilitate the divi?
sion ordered In this case; to te secured by mort?
gage t?r tue premises. Parchaseis to pay JOT pa?
pers and stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY,
,JnnM . ? ?''' r ??. & , g?0. ;
Bj J. FRASER MATHE WES. "
FURNITURE OF A FAMILY LEAVING
the State. ?. .
W1U he-sold on THURSDAY, 22d instant, at No.
6ft Coming street, at hair-past IO a'clock, ? ? -?
. Handsome Parlor, Dining ar A Bed Room FUR?
NITURE, consisting or Soras, Chairs, Book Oase
and Books, Centre and Estenslon Dining Tables,
Bureaus. Washstands, French and Oottare Bed?
steads, Mattresses, OrocSery, Cutlery, and many
? '? ALSO, '
OM Fine COOKINO STOV?l and U tens lil.
Termsjcash. .._ jnnao
By MAC??EEN & BEECKE.
TTNDBR FORECLOSURE OF MORT
U - GAGE..
Win be sold on WEDNESDAY-, the 21st day or
Jnne. lill, ario o'clock A. M. at the Old Bakery
Stand, NO. ss East Bay. .. - . ??3
The remaining stock of a well kept Bakery, con?
sisting of BAKING MACHINES, Pans, Orena.
Benohes, Baking Utensils, Store FLxtnres, soo
the stock m trade.. '. i '..': .; -' .
Tarma cash. .. , janlT.
Bj ROBERT S. PRINGLE,
FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE.
Simons Anlegung, Sou j ttors, vs. Edwin D.
ED s ten and the World Mata ai Lire lasaran se
Company-In tho Gammon.. Pleas;- Charleston
County. * J&t :
By virtue of a decretal order lu this cast, made
by Hon. R. F. Graham, I will offer for ?stestpub?
lic auction, at tho .old Postomce building, on
Broad strut. In th? Ol ty of Charleston, on TUES?
DAY, theS7 th day of June, A. D. 187?, At U o'clock
A.M., . ,, . (, .tn .. . ^
AU that Lot, Piece or Paree1, of LAND, together
With the BUILDINGS thereon, situate, 1
being on the sooth side .of Georgs
City of 0harleston ?nd Slate a for eaal
as No. 9 on said street; measuring aol
in iront on George street seventy feet; thftsgme
OD the back or south line, and on the east ?ana
west lines respectlveiytwo hundred and forty-one
feet three Inches, be these dimensions more or
less, as per plat of said property, made; by, Wm.
Hame, Jr., Surveyor, February is, .1878, and duly
recorded; bounded north on George street, east
on Lands of Freands<jhaftabunO\. Dr- R. A. Kin?
loch, and estate of James Lamb; southon Laad
formerly or Franois Black, and west on Land late
of estate or Moses D. Hyams. - ?wata
Terms-Four, thousand flv-i hundred ?onva In
cash, and the residue ? one and twoyeau. vRh
interest from the day of sal?, pay able semi-annu?
ally, secured by bond, or bonds of the purchaser
or purchasers, and mortgage of the premises; the .
premires to oe-insured and policy assigned- The
purchaser to pay for stamps and ^^yg^ f '
jaQ6-tn4, .'Special R?f?r?e.
Ornas, Chemicals, &t.: . '
ROS AD AUS is the best Blood
ROS AD ALIS, a sure cure for
Scrofula. . -5
H0?3ADAHS, endorsed by
ROS AD ALIS* a potent remedy
ROS AD ALIS, a Remedy tried
ROS AD ALIS, the best Altera?
ROSAD ALIS endorsed by tie
Dr. R. WILSON CARR, of Baltimore.
Dr. T. c. PUGH, of Baltimore.
Or. THOS. J. BOT KIN, or Baltimore. -
Ur, A. D URO AN, or Tarboro', N. 0.
Ur. J. S. SPARKS, of Nicholas vue, Ey.
Dr. A. F. WHEELER, of Lima, Ohio.
Dr. W. HOLBOWAY, of Philadelphia,
Dr.-J. L. Mc UART H A, of Soui.h carolina,
and many otnera See ROSAD ALIS ALMANAC
BOS AT? AT ?TM,.,*; -
endorsed by. Rev. DABNEY BALL, now of Mary -
land Conference, formerly Ohaptala lu the Con?
federate Aimy of Northern Virginia.
ls Alterative, Tonic and Diuretic,-and acta at
one and the same time upon tho BLOOD, LIVER,
KIOXEYSand au the SECRETORY ORGANS, ex?
pelling - all impnro matter and building up tho
system to a healthy, vlgoroas.cenditlon.
IS SOLD BY MLL DREGGISTS.
D0W1E. MOISE A DAVIS, ) Wholesale
GOODRICH. W1NEMAN A CO., f Agent? in
Dr. H. BAER, ) Charleston,
mar6-iy . . _
J U S T REO El T ED ,
CARBO LATE OF LIME, the best Disinfectant
tnd destroyer of Rats, M oe Bags, Cockroaches,
fcc. A small quantity p laded whore they frequent
grill at once disperse them.
Pendleton's Panacea, or Vegetable Pain* Ex
A fresh supply of Fleming's Worm Confections,
;he most reliable la use.
Also, a fresh supply of SEAL OLEUM, the great
?emerty lor Rheumatism.
For sale, wholesale and retaU, by
Dr. H. BAER, .
m y3Q _No. 131 Meeting street.
Just received a full assortment of HOMOOPA
THIC MEDICINES: Tinctures, Pellets and Pow
lers, of different potencies.
Sugar or Milk and Globules, at wholesale.
Family cases Ailed at reasonable rates, by
DB. H. BAER,
mayie_No. 131 Meeting street.
pRENCH PATENT MEDICINES.
Prepared by Grlmault A Go.. Paris :_
SYRUP OF HYPOPHOSPHATE OF LIME, aap*
irtgn remedy In phthisis-relieves, Coughs,
Guaran?, forheadache, neuralgia, Ac.
Pepsine, ror indigestion, loss of appetite, Ac.^_
Iodized Syrup or Horseradish, Invaluable ror
)ersdhs unable to take Oodllver OU osperliin?
?ecommended ia cutaneous affeotiona, and as a
nostpowerfuldepara?ve. . -
D?reative Lozenges of the Alkaline Lactates. .
jleaaant and effective remedy lor runoHonajds
ranirement or the digestive organs.
Troches or Pepsine and Pau crea tine,
PURGATIF LE ROY, Pharmacie Cc Ula.
VOMITIF LE ROY, Pharmacie Cnttm.
Dragees de 8a ato nive.
Dragees de Morphine.
Lancelot's Asthma Cigarettes.
For sal e by Dr. H. B?KS?
may30 Ba 131 Meeting itrf IV