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COUNCILS OF THE CHURCH.
CLOSE OE TBE LUTHERAN GENERAL
State of the Church, of the Mission?
ary Work, ?Sic.-acknowledgments of
Benediction by Rev. Dr. Bachman.
The Lutheran General Synod assembled
again yesterday morning in St. John's Luthe?
ran .Church, at nine o'clock, and its session
was opened with prayer by Rev. C. P. Boozer.
Rev. D. M. Henkle, chairman of the com?
mittee on home missions, presented a report,
which was adopted, by which the home mis?
sion operations of the church are left entirely
under the control of the various district sy?
Toe subject of systematic beneficence was
agata before the convention, and the box sys?
tem for making collections commended.
Rev. Dr. Whitefoord Smith was Introduced
to the Synod and Invited to a seat on the floor
of the convention.
Rev. Dr. Rude read an extended and Inter?
esting report on the state of the church with?
in the bounds ol the General Synod, which,
on'motion, was received and considered by
Items. The report gave rise to quite a long
and earnest discussion, particularly In connec?
tion with certain' recommendations in lt on
the subject o? home missions. Pending this
discus-iion, the further consideration ol the
report was, on motion, suspended, and a mo?
tion made ami carried to reconsider the re?
port of the committee on home missions.
This report was then amended so as to read
as follows :
In view of the vast Held of our miss-Ion work,
and the urgeot want o' means to carry for?
ward the same, we recommend that the dis?
trict synods address themselves more ener?
getically to the work of missions ?iihin their
own b mudarles, an I t iat tney co-operate io
their rollest extent with the G?n?ral Synod's I
central committee on home missions in the
general work of missions.
The consideration of Dr. Rude's report was
thea resumed and the document adopted.
Rev. T. W. Doab presented an able paper
expressive of the Synod's feeling os to the
position, purposes and prospects of tho body, I
and pledgl ig 'ts members to unwavering ad- J
herence to the organization as a necessity, j
? The paper was unanimously adopted by a I
Rev. D. M. Henkle, at the request ol the I
Synod, addressed the convention at length on
the subject of the Richmond mission, Its his-1
' tory, wanta and prospects.
Rev. Professor Davis offered a few remarks
on the same snbject.
The treasurer's report was read and referred
to the proper committee.
Tl? committee on seal reported progress,
and asked an appropriation to defray ex-1,
penses incurred la the discbarge ot their
duty. I !
_ Oo motion, thanks were tendered to tbe I ;
members ot St. John's Evangelical Lutheran
Church and others for their hospitality In en- I j
tertalolng the members of the Synod during I
their session In Char leal on; al BO, to the pas- lt
tors of the different churches whose pulpits I
were kindly offered for occupancy; also, to I
THE CHARLESTON News and Courier tor copies
of their dally Issues, and the dally reports of I
our proceedings In their columns, and also to I
tbe railroads which have favored our deie- J \
gates with a reduction of their usual fare In J1
their transportation lo and from this conven- j J
Dr. Bach man then made some congatula-1 ?
tory and fraternal remarks, expressing his I '
pleasure at the harmony and peace which had 11
characterized the session of the Synod, and I
' said that he expected to meet with them no
more as a body on earth, and could not ex- j (
pr?t s hts heart's emotions, but could and I j
would ever pray for God's blessing to abide c
upon them. Wherenpon, it was I(
Resolved, Tnat we haVe been highly grail- I.
fled with the deeply interesting and affecting-1 :
remarks of the Rev. John Bach man, D. D., |,
L.L. D., la giving us bis farewell benediction, j
and snail ever feel encouraged In our work by ?
the reco lea lon of his kind wishes, the lavora- ,
bte opinion which he has been pleased to ex- ?
press of our harmonious and peaceful deliber?
ations, and his earnest prover for our most i
enlarged usefulness and prosperity.
The Synod thea Anally adjourned, to meet t
next Hay in Virginia.
The Theological Seminary.
At the adjournment of the General Synod a I
meeting of tbe board of directors of the Theo- <
logical Seminary, removed by the action of 1
the present Synod to Salem, Roanoke County, s
Va., was held In the church. J
On motion, -It was resolved to go Into an 1
election for a professor of theology tor the i
seminary, who Should also act in the capacity <
of president of the Institution. 1
Nominations being In order, the Rev. Dr. 1
Blttle proposed the name ot the Rev. S. A. '
Repars, and urged his election ta an able and >
convincing address, showing that by his pecu- I
Har situation, as well as by his moral and in- '
teilectua! attainments, the Rev. Mr. Bepa-s <
was especially qualified tor the position. J
No other nominations having been made, 1
Hr. Repass wu unanimously elected by a viva
In brief and appropriate words, Mr. Repass
acknowledged his sincere appreciation of the
high honor conferred upon him.
The difficulty of not being able to have any
definite action as to the salary of the profes- 1
sor until after the meeting of the various
synods being presented, lt was resolved to
give tbe prolesBor elect until September 1,
1872, to accept or decline the professorship. :
Oo motion, the salary of the new professor
was fixed at twelve hundred dollars per an?
num, and a committee appointed to receive
the final answer of Mr. Repass In September. j
In the avent of his declining the position
tendered him, the said committee lo have .
authority to make suitable provision for theo?
logical Instruction, and to take such steps as ,
may be necessary to lorward the wishes of
tba Synod and of the board with regard to
A co m m i t tee of three was appointed to com- '
manicato, promptly and ta suitable terms, to
the presl de ats of the various district synods
the aotlon of this board, particularly with re.
gard to raising the amount of salary fixed for
the theo'tglcal professor, and to urge speedy
and efficient legislation concerning it.
A committee of three was appointed to
oraft a constitution and by-laws for the gov?
ernment ot the seminary.
On motion, the board adjourned, subject to
tbe call of Its president.
TBE SOUTBERN BAPTIST CONTENTION
Second and Third Day's Sessions-In- |
Itteresting Discussions and Important
Action-The Pulpits of Raleigh Occu.
pied by the Delegates.
(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT, j
RALEIGH, Hay ll.
The proceedings of the Southern Baptist
Convention, at Its sessions of yesterday and
to-day, have been full of Interest. Yesterday
morning the convention listened to a graphic
sketch ot the missionary work ta Italy and
elsewhere, from Rev. W. H. Cote, D. D., the
missionary of the Baptist Church to Rome.
The address closed with an urgent appeal tor J
funds In aid of the erection of a cau-ch In the
City of Rome, and the amount of $20,000 was
subscribed, the representatives from South
Carolina pledging the State to a contribution
Aa interesting communication was received
irom Rev. Mr. Mellard, of England, in reply
to the resolutions passed at the last annual
convention expressive of sympathy with the
movement in Great B itain to sena' ate Church
irom Slate. The letter was accompanied by
aseries of resolutions adopted at a recent con?
vention in England, and the communication
and resolutions were, on motion, ordered to
be spread upon the minutes.
Another lei ter was received from the Gene?
ral Baptist Convention of Texas, requesting
this body to take into consideration, me sub?
ject ot changing its sessions from annual to
biennial. This " iii referred to a special com?
mittee, with Instructions to report at 10 A. M.
to-day, when, aller a full discussion, it was
decloed not to make the proposed change.
Communications were received Irom the
Baptist churches at Mobile and Montgomery,
inviting the convention to meet next year at
ttio-e places, and these were referred to ihe
committee on time and place. In the after?
noon, a long debate was had upon a report
presented by Rev. J. A. Broadna trom commit?
tee on the Home und Foreign Journal, which
contained the loilowing recommendations:
1. That the Journal be primed on book-paper.
2. That the board be advised lo pursue u
more liberal policy tn the distribution ot the
3. That the three boards snlto to procure a
competent editor with a suitable salary.
A substitute was offered to this report-to
abolish the publication of the Home and
Foreign Journal, and require the secretary ot
Hie board to send tue items ot news that
would be puollshed In it i o each of the various
weekly denominational papers in Ihe South.
This caused quite a spirited rt-bue, which
was participated in by Rev. Messrs. Easop,
Tupper. Broadns, Worrell, Montgomery. Ljn
drum and others, and which lasted until the j
hour of adjournment.
This morning the exercises were opened
with prayer by Mr. A. Fuller Crane, pt Balti?
more. . . . ,,
The convention then re.-umed the consid??
rai h m of the report ou the Home aud Fc.'eign
Journul. Alter discussion by L?r. Snmuer,
Rev. A. S. Worrell, aud Hou. H. K. Eilyson,
tne substitute was withdrawn, and me original
report adopted by a large majority.
Dr. Curry presented the report of the com?
mit iee ou the work of the domestic missions
board among the negroes. Tl)r report rrcum
meuos iliut Hie bourd devote as much aiteu
tlon as possible to the colored people, and that j
the board address a circular to the churches
urning them to their duty lu this work, that ef?
forts oe made to promote *.he Sunuay-schuol
work among the colored people, ami to Inter?
est them In the mission work to Africa, and
that the board be directed to esiatd sn, as
soon as practicable, a theological seminary lor
colored students tor the mln<stry.
Rev. T. W. Sydnor and Dr. Jeter discussed
this report, and lt was then postponed for
Gen.-nd J G. Field, from the committee to
whom was reienvd the communication from
the Texas Baptist Convention, reporter agaiust
channing (he session of the couveniluu to
once In two year?.
Dr. Jeter moven as a substitute that the pro?
posed change be made.
A leuiithy di-cu<slon here ensued, pending
which the convention took np the order of the
day, which was the. interests ol the Sunday
School Board localed at Memphis.
Hr. Brantiy moved to abo lab the Sunday
school board aud to turn over Its work to the
Stale organizations. Tuts elicited a len-1 ti y dis?
cussion. All the speakers agreed In ihe Impor?
tance of pushing vigorously the Snnday-ycnool
work, the only difference being as to whether
the work should be doue ihruugh a general
hoard or through blare boards.
The pulpits of this city, except the Episco?
pal. will be occupied to-morrow by delegates
to the convention.
Anions those appointed to preach or speak
nt the Sunday-school meetings, we note Rev.
Dr. Augur, of Ballimore; Rev. Dr. Dixon, ot
Augusta. Ga.; Rev. Dr. Randolph, ot Pennsyl?
vania; Rev. !)r. T. G. Joues, ot Nashville; R^v.
Dr. E.T. Wlnkler, ot Cnarleston, B.C.; Rev. Dr.
Dr. W. T. Brantlv, of Baltimore: Kev. Dr. D??
voile, of Georgia; Rev. Dr. I. f. Tichoor, ol
Alabama; Rev. Dr. Landrum, ot Memphis;
Rr-v. Dr. Jo II ii A. Broad us, of South Carolina; |
Rev. Dr. Curry, of Virginia; Rev. Dr. Manly,
if Kentucky, and Rev. Dr. Royce, of Bouih
At the afternoon session the following tele?
gram was received by cable from Rev. T. M.
Fates, a veteran missionary of the convention
" PARIS, May ll, 1872.
" Well. Voice convalescing. Psalms 107.
(Signed) * "YATES."
The convention again look up the question
)f the frequency of tts meetings, and, after J
urther discussion, refused to make any
mauge, but decided to continue Hs annual
The report on tbe instruction of the colored
>eople was taken up and adopted. The con
rentlon then resumed the consid?rai lun ol the
eport on the Sunday-school board. Dr. Braut
y withdrawing his substitute; and, alter a
engthy discus-ion, the convention adopted
tie report, and thus refused to abollan the
A mass meeting for domestic missions will
>e held to-night. Dr. Fuller, ol Baltimore,
ind Dr. T. G. Jones, of Nashville, ts expected
o deliver addresses.
f A NEW "CuRiosnr SHOP."-A curious and
?eterogeneous lot ol articles, many of them
>f great value, Is that now on exhibition at
be office of Messrs. Leitch & Bruns, Broad
itreet, which comprise some of the effects of j
3. B. Morris, Esq., an eccentric gentleman,
ate of this city, who is now understood to be
rusticating In Europe. Mr. Morris must evl
lently have been au inveterate curlosity
lunter, Judging from these samples of his el?
ects, which Include a most remarkable col
ectlon of firearms and other weapons, Jewel?
ry, plate, watches, pictures, books, china,
glassware, and a great variety of articles of |
virtu. Among the valuable articles of plate
is a solid gold tankard of elaborate pattern
representing a caryatid supporting a massive
cup. This, with the diamonds, will be on ex-1
bibltlon all day to-day, and will well repay a
visit. The articles are all to be sold at auc?
tion to-morrow, and from the large number of |
gentlemen who have been attracted to the es?
tablishment by the tame of the exhibition, lt ls
probable that there will be a large attendance
ol purchasers. s
THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT was
opened at the usual hour by Judge Bryan,
yesterday, and the following business was
The case of ue United States against Sam'l
B Latham, charged with selling tobacco im?
properly stamped, was tried. District Attor?
ney Ccrbln appeared for the government, and
Messrs. Porter & Conner tor the defendant.
The Jury returned a verdict of not gullly upon
the first and second couuts, and guilty upon
the-third count, and assessed the damages at
Henry O. Caton was tried upon a charge of
resistance to Internal revenue officers, was
defended by Messrs. Porter <fc Conner, and was
The case ot Columbus M. Blackburne was
next taken up. The defendant was charged
with having Improperly stamped tobacco in
his possession, and was defended by Hon. W.
D. Porter. Ttie evidence was all taken, but J
the case will not be given to the Jury until
A PLEASANT COMPLIMENT.-Saturday after?
noon Mr. T. D. Gillespie, the courteous and
energetic superintendent ot the Southern Ex?
press Company, was surprised In the office of I
the company, In Hasel street, by a valuable [
testimonial of the good will and'esteem borne
by the members ol the office toward him.
ThiB consisted of a handsome silver salvor,
accompanied by two richly chased silver gob?
lets, which were presented toN and received
with fitting words by the superintendent. A
general closing up and a feast of reason and
flow of champagne resulted. Adjourning up
Btairs, the presents were duly christened, and
a pleasant hour passed in the Interchange of ]
those pleasant sentiments and compliments
to which the occasion naturally gave rise.
The salvor and goblets are beautiful and valu?
able pl'iceB of workmanship. On the for?
mer are engraved tbe words: "Presented to
T. D. Gillespie, Superintendent of the South?
ern Express Company, by the employees of
ihe Charleston office." The gobletB each bear
the initials "T. D. G.," In German text.
..YOURS TO COUNT ON."-At the regalar
meeting of the Charleston Riflemen Club held
last evening at Wiecklng's Hall, the invitation
ol'the Irish Rifle Club to participate in their
parade and festival was received and unani?
MAGNOLIA. CEMETERY.-The annual meeting I
of the lot-holdera of Magnolia Cemetery waa |
held yesterday afternoon, In the hall of the
South Carolina Loan and Trust Company, and
the following gentlemen were re-elected trus?
tees for the ensuing year: Wm. C. Bee, Dr.
P. M. Robertson, Geo. W. Williams, Edward
N. Thurston, Henry E. Young.
MAUOON.-The Marion Steam Fire Engine
Company celebrate their anniversary to-day
by a maroon at the Sch?tzen platz. Target
Bhcotiug, dancing, &0., are mentioned among
the amusements, not to mention the foot race,
in which tho whole company will participate.
Thirtoen valuable prizes will be awarded, and
a splendid time generally may be expected.
FROM AUGUSTA.- Thomas Johnson, a colored
youth, was brought before the Mayor yester?
day morning, on the charge of vagrancy, hav?
ing been found sleeping in the streets uptown.
He stated that he had Just come Irom Augusta
with his father and a gentleman who employ?
ed him and had cot lost. He was ordered to
be kept at the Guardhouse until he should be
CBU.MB3.-Blackberries were cried through
the streets yesterday, at twenty-five cents per
A regular meeting of Council will be held
The final meet l mr of I he general committee
of the Sunday-School Convention will be held
at tbe hall of the Young Men's Christian Asso?
ciation at eight o'clock this evening.
CALF-KILLISO.-Phillp Hayne, a colored boy,
was arrested at half-past ten o'clock yesterday
morning and lodged at the upper Guaidhouse,
charged with making way with a calf on Sun?
day last, np tbe Kinn street road, in company
with several other boys. On Sunday evening
the boy s were seen near Race street, setting a
large dog after the calf, which has not s nee
been heurd of. Phillp deniis stealing theculf,
and says his companions were Wm. Prince,
Paul Brown, and Llmus and Beu Johnson.
TUB PAVILION HOTEL -This well known
hotel, which hes long beeu a favorite resort j
for merchants from the interior, und Indeed
for all classes of the travelling public, has
been considerably Improved since passing into
the hands of Its present proprietors, Messrs.
G. T. Alford A- Co., and all who may favor the
Pavilion with their visits in future may rest
fissured of a heany welcome and every com- j
tort and convenience that a well kept house,
conducted on modern principles by skilful
host?, can afford.
THE Im?n FESTIVAL.-At an extra meeting
.d'the Irish Rifle Club, held lust evenlug at
Archer's Hall, the final report of the festival
jommittee was received and "adopted. It
showed that nearly all ol the rifle clubs lu the
:ity bad accepted the Invitation.of the Irish
X.fie Club lo participate In the parade and
lubseqtient exercises ut the Schulzenplatz on
he 27th and 28th instants. The parade will
je a prominent feature of the celebration, and
rom the elaborate notes of preparations to be
leard from the various clubs, a splendid nim?
mt and a general Jubilee may bc expected.
Fin EN DL Y UNION SOCIETY.-At the fifty
llnth anniversary meeting ot this society,
ie ld on Tuesday, the following officers were
?lected to serve the ensuing year: E. M.
?llrey, president; J. TJ. Dereef, vice-presl-1
lent; T. B. Maxwell, secretary; Wm. Mc IC In- j
ay, treasurer. Relief Committee-Thomas '
L.esesne, W. H. Berney, F. - H. Carmand.
?tirlal-Ground Comml tee-W. T. Elfe, F. H.
Armand, Joseph Dereef, R. E. Dereef, John
iVlleon. Stewards-Wm. R. Osborne, Thoa,
?esesne. Standing Committee-F. H. Car
nand, S. W. Johnston, B. R. Kinlock, B. A.
Bosemon, M. D., Wm. H. Berney.
THE COMING REGATTA.-The continual .prac
Jclng which now goes on among the crews ol
.be Palmetto Remata and the Carolina Inde?
pendent Boat Clubs, seemB to promue au early
.rial of speed between the two graceful and
jtilckly moving craits, brought out by their
respective clubs lost summer. Ry general
xmsent among tho members of the two'clubs,
.he time for the race has been fixed tor the
]rat week in June, but no definite propositions
nave yet been made or accepted os to the ex
ict day. The monthly meeting of the Inde?
pendents wl.l be held on the 17th Inst., when
lt ls supposed that formal propositions and ar*
rangements will ba. made for a race on some
Afternoon during the week above mentioned.
GERMAN PICNICS.-The Br?derliche Bund
will enjoy their annual picnic to-morrow, at
h The Turnverein will picnic at Mount Pleasant |
on the 20th Inst.
The English and Herman School of Mr. C.
H. Bergmauu had their annual picnic at the
Schuetzenplaiz on Wednesday lust. The at?
tendance was quite numerous, and the pupils
spent a delightful day.
On Friday last the annual picnic of the
German Sunday-school took place at the
Schutzenplatz. Four hundred and fifty child- ;
ren, with their parents and many ol the teach?
ers, were present, and the day was tpent In
dancing, target shooting, riding and other |
amusements most acceptable to the youthful
assemblage. Quite a number ot prizes were
awarded to thu successful young marksmen,
and all present enjoyed themselves to their
hearts' content. This school was established
In the year 1819, with thirty pupils, and the
lour hundred young people who now belong
to it illustrate a degree of prosperity which
the founders must contemplate with high sat?
CLUBS ASD STAUS.-George Williams and
Julius Brown, who encountered pugltisilcally
at I lie corner of Market aud Slate streets,
were sentenced each to pay a ti ne of one dol?
lar or spend ten days in the House of Correc?
tion. George puid, and Julius went.
Tne owner ot a dog which had been allowed
to run about East B iy and test the sharpness
of its incisors on the leg ot a small boy, was
sentenced lo kill the dawg.
Mauha McNeill, who tried to raise a dis?
turbance in Slate street, near Broad, was sen?
tenced to pay a fine of one dollar or Bpend
ten days lu the House of Correction.
A large bag full of copper scraps, supposed
to have been stolen, was lound on the ground
in State Btreet, and pubsequenlly ordered to
be delivered to the owner.
John Simmons, who would come into the
Northeastern Railroad depot when ordered
out, and wanted to fight about lt also, was
fined two dollars. He paid.
Five inebriates were taken upon the streets,
and next morning gave excuses almost as bad
as their headaches. Four, who had been lying j
and sleeping in the streets, put lt all on the
hot weather, and were fined one dollar each.
The fifi h had. io addition, a lively row with
the police, and was mulcted to the tune of]
ave dollars. Like most people who get iuto
this soi t of trouble, they paid up with alacrity.
Lastly, a red cow, a horse-mule, a goat with
two kids, were reported as vagrants, and a
Une of lour dollars levied upon the lot.
Hotel Arrivals-Hay 13.
E. A. Noble, Pittsburg; T. A. Noble and lady,
Marvland; S. G. Gregg, Boston;S. F. Mathews,
Klngstree; C. P. Brenton, Baltimore; L. Beln
steln and lady, Strawberry Hill; T. W. Llttle
fleld, Gonrdln's; P. F. Sarllng, South Carolina |
Railroad; J. B. Skipper, Santoe.
J. H. Bockbalter, Wllllston; Rev. A. J. Har
lee, Georgetown; 3. B. Weld, wife and eon, S,
R agu rs and daughter, Miss Johnson, D. L.
Bedford and wife, Boston; J. R. Russell and
child, Chicago; J. R. Adams, E. A. Stedwell,
Florida; E. L. Bauer, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Ken?
ney, Miss Catlin, A. Child, Miss Child, New
York; J. A. Rann, Savannah; W. F. Beasley,
Kentucky; W. H. While, Miss White, Miss
Moses, Connecticut; C. H. Ange, Georgia; Dr.
James Aire?, St. Helena Island.
Meeting* This Day.
Carolina Chapter, at-8 P. M.
General Committee of State Sunday-School
Convention, at 8 P. M.
Washington Light Iniantry R lie Club, at 8
St. Patrick's Benevolent Society, at half-past
7 P. M.
Irish Volunteer Bine Club, at 8 P. M.
Queen City Club, at 8 P. M.
Washington Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Survivors' Association, at 8 P. M.
Charleston Social Mounted Club, at 8 P. M.
.E ina Fire Company, at half-past 8 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
Leitch & Bruns will sell at ll o'clock, near
the Poatofflce, Marine and River Phosphate
Mining and Manufacturing Company's stock.
H. H DrL'on will sell at ll o'clock, near the
Posiofflce, real estate.
J. Fraser Mathewes 'will sell at ll o'clock,
John G. Mllnor & Co. will Bell at half-past 10
o'clock, at their Btore, dry goods, shoes and
Steffens, Werner <fc Ducker will sell at 9
o'clock, at their stores, butter, hams, ?c.
Miles Drake will Bell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, household furniture, ?ec.
Wm. McKay will sell at halt-past 10 o'clock,
at hiB store, lu rn I ure and suntfrles.
A. R. STILLMAN'S DRT GOODS HOUSE, NO. 281
King Bireet, has a large und well assorted
stock of CaBsimcres, striped, plaided and
plain, cheap at SI; Tweeds at 60 cr nts; Linen
Drills, 20 und 25 cents; Coitooodes at all
prices; White aud Brown Linen Ducka cheap,
at 281 Klug street.
To ALL who desire the worth of their money,
we elate that:
The Young Lady's Watch cannot be Bur-j
passed at 135.
Hie Young Gentleman's American Watch
claims spcclul attention.
The United Btates is the reliable Watch for
the yeoman, conductor or engineer. Nene
belter can be lound for plantation use.
To the office or Btore clerk, we recommend
the Keyless Watch.
For the close economist, the Sliver Anchor
For tbe poor mao, the Seven-Dollar Watch.
No New York house can or shall sell lower |
than us. M. & A. ASHTON,
mayH-l No. 240 King street.
8 4 WrDE BLACK HERNANI for Shawls, re?
duced in price; Piques, some beautiful Bro?
cade Stripes; Piques la colors, striped and
figured, very handsome, at No. 281 King
FUROHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King
street, offer for this week the following bar?
gains: 200 104 Allendale Quilts, $1 371; 150
i 1-4 Allendale Quilts, $1 50; 100 12-4 Allendale
julita, $1 62?; 100 10-4 Honeycomb Quilts,
(I 40; 100 104 Honeycomb Quills, bordered,
tl 60; 10 pieces Black Stripe Japanese, 75
cents; 10 pieces Colored Japanese, Plain and
Check, (new arrival,) 75 cents; 20 dozen
Ladies' Uudervests, 75 cents; 20 dozen Black
ind Buff Parasols, 50 cents. Furchgott, Bene?
dict & Co., No. 244 King street. may 13
TABLE DAMASKS, Table Napkins and Doylies,
Towels, Marseilles, Ati?ndalo and Honey
Comb Quilts, Linen Sheeting, Pillow Linens,
all widths; Rust?a, Birdeye and Huckaback
Diapers, Genuine Russia Crash, Plain and
Plaid Dowlas. All cheap for cash, at A. B.
Stillman's, No. 281 King street.
Lours COHEN St Co., No. 248 King street,
beg leave to direct particular attention this
morning to their extensive assortment of real
Llama Lace Points, Spring bilks, Silk Ties,
Silk Sashes, and a large line of Black Silks,
ranging in price from 90 eents to $7 per yard,
inclusive. Also, lull lines ot Black Hernani
Grenadines trom 15 cents per yard to $4. A
call ls cordially solicited. Louis CJHEN ic Co.
aprlG-lmo _ .
HOSIERY, Gloves and Undervesls of every ;
description and price. Gloves, In white and
colored, to flt any one. Toilet Soaps, a full
supply and sold very cheap. Faus ! Fans !
ot all kinds, from a large palm to a small
pocket/an, at very reasonable figures, caa be
bought at A. R. stillman's Dry Goods House,
No. 281 King street, fourth door below Went?
FINE LEAD PENCILS, rubber-tipped, 45 cents
a dozen. HABEL STREBT BAZAAR AND EAST
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PICTURE FRAMES-Oval and Square; all
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CROQUET SEABON.-We are now furnishing
our customers with Croquet at $3 25. HABEL
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DUTOHER'S LIQHTNINO FLY-KILLER sweeps
them off and clears the house speedily. Try
lt. Sold by dealers everwhere.
THOSE Handsome Photograph Albums are
now sold at GOc. each. HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
THE LATEST STYLES of Summer Cloths for
boys' and mens wear have been received at
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is now prepared to furnish good envelopes,
with business cards printad thereon, at $4
per thousand. Send your orders. Every
merchant and business maa should have his
card printed on his envelopes.
YE THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION!-Gard?
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NOTICE TO TOURISTS.-Sterei ?scoplc views of
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PLAYING CARDS, Linen, slxt een styles, 60c.
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BrLL HEADS printed on fine pi iper at $3, $4,
?5, $6 50 and $8 60 per thousanj 1, according
to size, at THE NEWS Job Office.
CO?T MERCI.iL XE HS.
KORWALK. CoNN-Per^Bchr L A Edwards-115,
OOO feot yellow ploe floor ag.
rue Charleston Cotton, Ric? and Naval
omen CHARLESTON NEWS, I
MONDAY EVBNINQ, May 13, is72. j
COTTON.-This staple was In somewhat better
request and rather a firmer character to prices,
with an improved feeling- in the market. Sales
about 260 bales, viz: l at 20%c 46 at 20%, 10 at 21,
86 at 21%, 3 at 21%, 7 at 21%, is at 22,13 at 22%,
43 ai 22%, 37 at 22%, 3 at 22%. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary**.. .20 @2l u
Low middling.2i @
RICB.-The business In this grain was unim?
NAVAL STORES.-Receipts on Friday and Satur?
day 243 casks spirits turpentine, and 808 bbls ro?
sin. In spirits there were no salts, lu rosin
lhere was no d marni for Ano grades; common
qualities were In fair request, with sales of 300
bbls at $3 60 for extra No. 2, $3 for No. 2, and
$2 76 for strained. Crude turpentine may be
quoted at (4 for virgin, $3 for yellow dip, and
$2 for hard.
FREIGUTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, noml
Ulon nplands, nominal on sea islands; via New
fort, ??don uplands, %<L on sea islands; by sall,
Hd on nplands, on sea Islands nommai. To
a avro - on nplands. Coastwise-to New vork by
?earn $2 on uplands and - on sea Islands; $i 60
f> tierce >a rice; by Ball Ko fl lb on cotton; - fl
tierce on rice; 60o fl barrel on resin; $8 fi M on
lum ier; $10 fl M on timber. To Boston, by sall?
ie fi lb on upland cottou; rosin 63c; rcsawed
taff $o 60@io 60; phosphate $5@6 60. To Provl
lenee, by Ball $0 ft M on boards, %c fl ris on
-otton; by steam $1 fl bale on New York rates.
To P? ila iel pill a, by steam $2 ft on cotton;
by sall, $8*a M on boards; $9 60@lo on timber; $8
per ton en clay, and $Sa$8 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by ?team Kc fi lb by sall, $0 6o@7 ft
ti on boards; $8@8 60 on timber; $8 26 ft
ton on phosphate rock. Vessels are lu de
nand by our merchants to take lumber frelgh;a
rom Georgetown, S. C., Danen aud sauna River,
ia., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
tnd $10@12 fi M aro the rates on lamber and
EXCHANGE.-Stoning eo day bills 23%@23%.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks pur. hue
sight checks on New York at par, and sell at Ji@
y, premium. Outside they purchase at 116@%
fl cent, premium, and sell at 3-io@% premium.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, May 13.
Koon -Consols 93. Bonds 89%.
PARIS, MAY 13.
NEW YORK. May 13.
Noon.-Freights steady. Stocks irregular, cold
heavy at 13?.. Money eas? at 5.1O. hxchange,
long 9s,', short 10%. Governments very strung.
LIVERPOOL, May 13.
Noon.-Cotton opened steady; uplands lu%a
Later.-notion armer; uplands 10%d, Orleans
ll%d; ?ales 12,000 bates; speculation and export
Later.-Cotton closed Arm and nnchanged.
NEW YORK. May 13.
Noon -Cotton quiet; salea i-.c baies; uplands
23%c, orleans 24%c.
Evening.-Cotton qniet; pales 419 bales; np
lands 25 j:c.. Orleans 24% c. Salts of cotton futures
to-day 8700bates aa follows: May 23 7-16; Jone
23 U-iea23X; Joly 24a23 U Vi; Auausc 2313-16;
September 2115-I8a2l%; october 20%; November
19%ai0%; December lu.
BOSTON, May 13.
Cotton ste ifiy ; not receipts 10B bales; gross 214;
salea 2v0; stock 13,000.
BALTIMORE, May 13.
Cotton-holders asking higher; net receipts 406
bales; gross 466; exports coastwise 469; sales 41;
NORFOLK. May 13.
Cotton-net receipts 140 bales; exports coast?
wise 670; stock 1913.
WILMINGTON, May 13.
Cotton-net receipts ic bales; stoek 2459.
SAVANNAH, May 13.
Cotton heM higher, middling 22%c; net receipts
767 bales; exports coastwise 181; sates 400; stoca
AUGUSTA, May 13.
Cotton steady; middlings 22%; receipts 80 bales;
MEMPHIS, May 13.
Cotton, receipts HUI bales.
MOBILE, May 13.
Cotton dull; relddlngs 22a2i%c; net receipts 330
bales; sales ooo; stock 17,057.
NEW ORLEANS. May 13.
Cotton steady and Arm; midd lng lt%t\ not re
22)1 bales; gross 2117; exports to Great Bi ?tain
2313; to Barcelona voa; Mobile 2; sales 1700; stock
CALVESTON, May 13.
Cotton steady; net receipts 29 bates; Bales 200;
PROVISIONS ANO PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, May 13.
Noon.-Breadstuff's are Arm.
Evening-Short nos 333 3d. Tnrpent ne 60a67s.
NEW YORK, May 13.
Noon.-Floor 10a2)c halter. Wheat 1A2C better.
Corn lc belter. Pork steady; new mos $13 87.
Lard quiet; t team 9%a9 7-iec. Turpentine Arm at
66%c. Bosta Arm; strained $3 60.
Even lug.-Fl.mr, Som hern scarce and Armer;
common t> fair xtra $?all 60; good to choice
$11 3D ai 3 75. Whiskey bteady. Wheat closed
drooping; winter red Western $2 07a210. torn,
holders unxi ms at 77>?a78)?c; southern yellow
79c. Rice 8%au%c. Po.k $13 96al4. Lard steady I
at 8%a9%c. Navals Arm. Tallow steady.
BALTIMORE, May 13. j
Floor steady. Wheat scarce; red Southern $2al
2 26. Corn active aud Arm>r; white 82c, yellow
73c. Provisions quiet and firm.
New York Cotton Market.
NEW YORK. Friday. May 10.
The Financial Chronicle, safe: The market fdr
the past we k has been vet y quiet and prices al
mus nominal. The purcna-es have been, with
v-cy few exceptions, for consumption, aud those
only in a limited way. The better qualities aie
getting relatively scarce, and consequently prices
of low mi'idlinga and above have been more
steady. Tue while market was down % on
Thursday in sympathy wi h tt e decline at Liver?
pool to io%d, but on the next day the bitter
grados recovered, and to day. ?Ith a ellghtly im?
proved demand and with private reports from the
crop h ss favorable, the market was a shade Armer
and so cosed.
Prices now depend almost entirely on the new
c op At present values there w uid appear to
be a sufficient sup ly of old cotton to ni-et the
demand* nf th present year. But a second de
flcleut crop, it 1* known, would be rao'e peverely
Mt. ?ince during the past year spinners have
been ru ining largely on their purplus stocks.
F ir forward delivery the same Influences were at
work, and with much the same results, i he
transact:) ns h.ve beeu comparatively light. The
prlc-s last reporter for future? were >ba.nls I? >w
middling) 23 3 icc f r May, 23%C for June, 23%.
for .nih, 23%o for August, 2l%c ror september,
and 20c fi october. Tin- ttl sales of . his de?
scription for the week were 73,450 bales. For im?
mediate d- Uve y the otal t-aies fool up this week
2902 bslef, Including none for export. v2u3 for
oitisumptiuD, ?37 for speculation, and 862 in tran?
Interior Cotton Markets.
ORANOBRURI, May lo.
Sales during th? week 14 b des. ive quote ordi?
nary io,v. low H Iddhng 20%c,.mlddltng 2t%c.
Receipts per Railroad, May 13.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
203 bales or cotton, 105 bale's goods. 107 bbls
naval stores, l Car suck. To Railroad Agent,
Frost, Adger A co. Geo U Walter A co, Kinsman
ft Bowel1, A S Smith. G A TI cut) Im.? -on, T P
Smith, JN Robs n, Roach A Muffett, Chapo ni
A co, Pelzer, Rodgers A co. R Rl-chaff A co. Hon?
man n Kros, W K Ky au, sloan A Seignluus, and A
- 20 bales cotton. 810 bbls naval st?re.?, cars lum?
ber, mus^, Ac. To Whllden A Jones, Kln-niun A
Howell, Barden A Parker, E Welling, Caldwell A
Soo, Frost, Adirer A co, C Leibeurood. Geo W
Williams A co, TT Chapeau A co, T P sniltn, T Ii
a W Dcwees. R T Walker. Pringle A son, G Foll?n,
A J Salinas, Railroad Agent, and Orde??:
. Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka via Jack?
sonville. Fernandina and savannah, ua-O S
Gregg, J P Farra, J K Russell. Hiss Kussell, Mrs
McL un, Mr Noble and lady, E A Noble. Mr Sher?
man, Mr Mitchell and lady. RS Long, P PToale,
Dr RodgeT, Miss Rodgers E D Dicke, E Coady. L
M Davis and four children. Miss Davis, J T Bill,
wife and child, and 6 deck._
M A Ul XE NEWS.
CHARLESTON. 8. C. ..HAY 14, 1872.
tat 36 deg 46 min 38 sec. I Lon 79 deg 67 min 27 Her.
Sehr Ann S Deas. Garbattl. West Point, Mill. 112
Merci s rice. To James R Pringle A Son, and E
N Thurston. _
Steamer Dictator, Coxetter, Palatka, via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah. 1 bale cot
ton, 26 bales yarn, 14 bbla sugar, 3 nbls syrup. 40
pkgs mdse and sundries. To Ravenel & co, J P
Tayior 4 co, Paul, Welch Sc Brandea, A O stone,
Stoney 4 Lowndes. H bischoff* co, Steffens,Wer?
ner 4 Ducker. Pincknoy Bros, and others
Steamer Planter, Cordes, Peedee River via
Georgetown, s o. 31 bales cotton. 630 obis naval
store-, mdse, Ac T? Kavenel. Holmes & co, T P
Smith, Frost, Adger A co, Barden Sc t-arker, G H
Walter 4 co, WhiMen 4 Jones, J D Kirkpatrick.
Received from Ohlsolm's Mill. 60 tierces rice.
To Frost, Adger 4 co.
Sehr L A Edward's, Rowland, Norwalk Gonn
H V Baker 4 co..
Sehr Lilly, Hoghes, New ?Ork.
PROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Sea Gull. Dutton, at Baltimore, 13th
DP FOR THIS PORT.
Brig Caroline Gray, Snow, at New Yr rt, May ll.
Sehr J U Stickney, rooks, at Baltimore, May ll.
CLEARED FOR THIS POUT.
Brig Mlnrle Abby, Harding, at Boston. May ll.
Sehr Ella M Pennell, Mitchell, at Baltimore, nth
May. . - r
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORK, May 13.
Arrived, the Republic and Cl v or Bristol.
Arrived ont, tuc Wyomlusr. CPy or Baltimore,
Halsatla, Som, Golumbla and lsmalU.
Tlie sehr Susan Wright, Mount ror Georgetown,
S 0, cleared at New York ii th inst.
The sehr Snow Sqoalt, from Rockland, Me, for
Charleston, arrived at Ymeyard Haren May io.
LIST OF VESSELB
DP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
The Annie, Davis, sailed.March 16
The Avondale. Adams, up.J n 18
Br bark Onward, Evans, up.April 12
The Georgiana,-, up_.April 17
The Essex, Smith, sailed.March 26
CAB DI PF.
The Carl N Dobeln, Stenan. sailed.Jan 10
The Christiana. Messel, aalled.March 22
Br bark Pille de r Air, Jones, cleared.March 10
Ur bark Perseverance, Cook, np.March 20
The Lalla, Goudy, sailed.....'.Feb 27
The Athene, Sorensen, sailed.March io
The Brenton, Rich, sailed.March 20
The Bachelor, Tooker, sailed.March :o
The Heinrich, Wufler, sailed.April 8
Nor bark Columbia, Svendsen, cleared.May 1
Br.pr R tl Ke- nedy. Hallett, cleared.April 25
eng Minnie Abby, nardin?, cleared...May 10
Brig Caroline Grav,-. up..May ll
Behr Myro er. Brown, cleared.May 6
Sehr Florence Rog?is, sheppard, up.May 6
Steamship Virginia, Hinckley, cleared.May 0
Sehr Ella M Pennell, Mitchell, cleared.May ll
Sctir J H Stickney, Fooks, up.May ll
Bark Alice 0 Dix,-, cleared.April 27
MOON'S* ru ASKS.
New Moon. 7th, 7 hours 60 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 15"li. 10 hunts', 46 minutes, morn'g.
Full Moon. S2d. 6 hours, 49.miuute.i, evening.
Last Quarter, 20th, 8 hours, 63 minutes, morning.
B. * S.
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Call and examine Stock bet?re buying else
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Notices in J?aniunpup.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOR TUE DISTRICT Ol
SOOTH CAROLINA.-In the matter of CHARLE
KERRISON. Jr , and WM. J. AX>0.<, Copartner!
in trade as C KERRISON, JR , ? CO., Bankrupts
by whom a Petition ror Adjudica lon of Bank
runtcy was died on the 6t.u day of May, A. D
1872, in said court.-In Bankruptcy.- ? his is ti
give notice th -t on tue 8th day or M?y, A. D. 1372
a Warrant In Baikruptcv was Issue ? against tin
Estate of C. Kb.KRlSUN.JR., 4 CO.. or charleston
I nthe County of Onarleoton. and state or Soutl
Carolina, who have been adjudged Bankrupts, oi
their own petition; that the payment of an;
debts and delivery or any prop-rty bclonalni
to said Bankrupts io them or tor their use, and tin
transter or any property by them are forbidden b;
law; ihata meetlne of the creditors or the .-au
Bankrupts, to prove their debts and to choose om
or more Assignees of their Estates, will be held a
a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at No. 7
Broad NI teer, charlestnn South Carolina, befon
C. CARPENTER, Registrar, on the TWENTY
FIRST DAT OF MAY, A. V. 1872, at ll o'clock A. M
K. M. WALLACE,
mayl0,21 U. S. Mara?al, as Messenger.
fOntg?, Ciimirali.. &tt. *
jy BUGS AND MEDTCINB S7
. WHOLESALE AND' RETAIL.
% . -
DB. H. BAER, No. 131 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Invites attention to the following Preparations
of bis own Manufacture:
THE CELEBRATED GERMAN SOOTHING
CORDIAL, FOR INFANTS TEETHING.
This la the best Medicine Tor Infanta and young
Children ever offered to . the public. It is care?
fully prepared f om the bear Drugs according to
a prescription furnlsued by a distinguished Ger?
man Physician <f large a?ld success! ul practice,
and has been tried and approved -by m*ny of our
best physicians. It ls spectauy adapted to the
diseases lucident to childhood during the trying
perlud of Teething and recommends lise.f for the
U-u^-e of Diarrhoea, Dysentery. Colic, driping In
the Bowels. Summer complaint, 4c It contain*
no Anodyne or other Injurious Drug, and should,
thereiore, be preferred to the .-ooinlng"Syrupa
that now flood the mirket, which are known to
contain Opium, and are, tnere ore, more or leas
Injurious, thousands of chi dren are murdered
annually by nothing Syrups; m some cases, thia
fact has been published In tne newspapers, where
the phy-lcian In attendance so stated In his death
certitlcate. In thc numerous other cases, where
ti.e Innocents are murdered by this modern
Herod of thc Nursery, The cause ls laid toa thous?
and ot her causes-to all bnt the right one.
Mothers, bear this In mind, and use the German
Soothing Cordial, which ls safe, efficient, and
satisfactory. Do not fall to try a bottle at once I
The soothing ts rdlal ls abo an excellent Tonio,
a'mirnuly adapted in caaes of Debility-wiving
tone to the system, recuperating the strength,
and ro-t..ring the appetite.
Price 25 c^nta a bottle.
' EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC.
This ls co Dye, but a Tonio and Hair Dressing
keeps, tne scalp clean, and promotes thegromth
of the Hair; contains no Nitrate o' Silver, no Sul?
phur, no Sugar or Lead, and no other lnjurioua
Drug. Try it. Only 60 cen! s a bottle. - .
DB. BA ER'S IMPROVED VEGETABLE
The proprietor ?sr these Pills confidently be?
lieves that be has succeeded, by a skilful com?
bination nf vege able remedies, m produoing a
preparation that will orlng health and "happiness
11 tuc un rmi un ate suiferer. in the following dis?
eases they have b-eu n-ed by thousands with
mos' wonderful succ?s*: Bifolia Disorders and
Liver co npl Int Dy 8 pep ?ia or Indigestion, Head?
ache. Ooi)tivene>-s. L SH of Appetite, Neuralgia,
Ur.-p-y, Dysentery. Piles, DUeanes of the .-kin,
Pain in tue ?hie, B.ckand Limbs, sick Headache,
and all derangement of the stomach.
The-e Pills may be taken with perfect safety by
any p- mon and in ali situations in life. No family
should bi without them.
Price 25 cents a b x.
For Cleaning Clothes and taking out Grease Spots.
Price 25 cen ts a box.
A lt eral discount to the trade on ail the above
Dr. BAER ls Agent for the sale of
The best Inurnment of the kind in use.
NAT TAN 'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERT FOR THE
(Advertised In another part of Tra NK wa.)
PROF. WUNDRAM'S GERMAN REMEDIES
For Rheumatism, Gout, Dyspepsia, Diarrheas,
Dysentery, Asthma, 4c, 4c
W. R. WARNER & CO 'S ELEGANT AND
(Advertised in another part of THE NEWS.)
These preparations, comprising valuable reme?
dies for almost every disease, are dally gamit? in
favor at tne south, while, in the North and west,'
they have rcr some years enjoyed a large reputa?
tion and extensive sale The following are some
otthe best known:
Comp. Extract of CANCER PLANT.
Hydrated Oxymel, for cough, 4c
Strengthening Tonic of Peru.
Ethereal i hosphorus, (for Weakn'ss, Nerve Ex- .
hauation, Impotence. 4c)
Amaranth for the Hair. .
Vic orla Regla i or the Complexion.
May-appie fl ta. .
li he nm ai lc Elixir.
JE ant has Extract, (for Epilepsy, Fits, 4c.)
Pie I x tr ac t.
Always on hand a full assortment of Drugs,
Medicine*, Chemicals, Patent Medicines-Domes?
tic and Imported; Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Ac,
all or which will be sold at lo wt st market rates.
Sample Orders solicited from the trade.
A lull assortment always on hand.
The Great South American Cancer Remedy. .
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PREPAE
W. B. WA ENE B & CO.,
? OF PHILADELPHIA,
Otter the fellowing assortment c f Elegant Pre*
parationB, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send for Price List to Dr. H. BAER, Charleston:
Iron and Iodoform Pills, a powerful Alterative
Comp. Phosphorus Pills, for Impotence, Loss of
Nerve Power, 4c.
Elixir Cinchonla Calisaya
Elixir Pyrophosphate of Iron
Elixir Calisaya, Ir n and Bismuth
Elixir calisaya, Ferreted
Elixir Ca.lsaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth ?nd Strcyhnla
Elixir Vaienanate or Ammonia
Wine or Pepsin
Bitter Wine or Iron
Wine of WU i Cherry
Ferrated Wine of Wild Cherry
comp, syrup of Phosohatea (or Chemical Food)
.-yrup or cly po phosphites (for Consumption, Bron?
chills, 4c) ?
Lozenges ur Pepsin and Iron
Licorice Lozenges, cut tining Vanilla, Tola, 4c
Elixir Taraxacum como. Thin ta a new and valu?
able comm nation or the medicinal properties
of tue Da-id eil rn, Wild Cherry and Gentian,
associated with Aromarica. It ls a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside from
Its medicinal virtu s, ic la u-eful as a vehicle
and lor marking the bitter taste of Quinine .
Elixir Gentian and Iron
Elixir Bromide of Potassium,
syrup Pnospn. Quinine, Iron and Strychnia, (Alt
ken's -yrupi for Debility end Nervous Pros
trat on, Indigestion, Chlorosis, 4c
Ellx. Valerlanate of strychnia
Eilx. Pbo-ph. Quinine, iron and Strychnia (of the
greatest service where thero ta a tendency to
Beer. Wine and Iron, an elegant combination,
especially -ervieeable ta caaes of children and
In addition to the above, W. R. Warner 4 Co.
manufacture a Iud line of Fluid Extracts and
Sugar-coated Pills, all of which ar? to be had at
Manufacturer's Prices, of
DR. H BAER. No. 131 Meeting street,
melt 23- DC A ws in os Charleston. S. 0.
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