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Boarding. K^not exceeding- 20 worded cep ta
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Mosey osJgr er hy Express, if this cannot be
done, protection against losses by mall may be
secured ny forwarding a draft on Charleston pay?
able to the order of the proprietors of TH? NEWS,
or by sending .the money in a registered letter.
address .. RIORDAN, DAWSON A CO.,
No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S. 0.
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THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1872.
?-Mr. WILLIAM E. SIMMONS, Jr., Is the
travelling agent for THE NEWS, for South
. NEWS OE TBE DAT.
-Gold closed yesterday at 141.
-The New York cotton market closed
nominal; middlings 26^c; sales 2027 bales.
-The Liverpool cotton market closed doll;
uplands lljallid., Orleans Hid.; sales 10,000
-SenatorHarlan has purchased the interest
or John M. Morris (the controlling one) In the
Washington Dally Chronicle, and that paper is
to be reorganized at once.
r.^The Greeley clubs of Blohmond, Va., are
making preparation to charter steamers to go
en masse to Baltimore to cheer our statesmen
.in their onward march to the national redemp?
tion through Greeley and Brown.
. -Settle, the unknown, who was made presi?
dent of the Grant Convention at Philadelphia at
Gran tra dictation, was a captain in the Confede?
rate States, array, bot after the war Joined
-Holden and became ferociously "loyal."
-Among the Interesting features of the
campaign will be the overhauling of Henry
Wilson's Know-Nothing record. He was at j
ibne time the head and iront of the proscrlp- j
tlonlstsTn Massachuseits, and made speeches.
Let the Boston Democratic papers resurrect
-A Jury of matrons, a common law Instltu
i tlon for determining the. condition of a female
prisoner sentenced io death, Bat io Norfolk on
the 5th In the case of Martha Deford, a ne?
gress. The verdict shows that but a single
life ls in peril, and the death sentence will
therefore not be suspended.
. -Beckford's \*Vathek"haa come forth., In a, I
. new American edition. Thia Ia one of the
'-group of out-of-the-way novels that people
never omit to read who mean to be "singular
In their reading. That group Includes, for.
Instance, Hope's "Anastatlus,'' Moore's "Epi?
curean," Croly^s "Salathlel," Godwin's "Caleb!
Williams." Mrs. Shelly's "Frankenstein," Wal?
pole's "Castle of Otranto," Southey's "Doc?
tor," and Hood's "Tylney Hall.''
. -Some jof our contemporaries are finding |
fault with the Hon. Henry Wilson because,
they say, nm original uauie wa?*?*omiah Col?
bath, and he bad It changed by act of the Leg?
islature to his present appellation. Very well,
why shouldn't he ? Jeremiah Colbath Isn't a
handsome name and Henry Wilson Is. But if
he hated the name of Colbath in his youth,
how will he feel ?boot the cold bath he will
receive when he ls immersed in the loy waters
of Salt Elver In November ? Poor Wilson y"
-Twenty-six State conventions o i political
parties will be held in June, as follows: nth,
Delaware, Iowa and South Carolina, Demo?
cratic; 12th, Indiana, Democratic, Michigan,
- prohibition, and Missouri and Vermont, Demo?
cratic; 13th, Maine, Republican, and West
Virginia, Liberal; Utb, Pennsylvania, Tempe?
rance; 17th, Texas, Democratic; 18th, Malae,
Democratic; 19th, Louisiana, Republican, Ma?
ryland, colored Republican, .'and Arkansas,
Alabama, California and Minnesota, Demo?
cratic; 20th, Kentucky, Democratic; 26th,
Vermont, Republican, Illinois, Liberal, and
Georgia, New'Jersey and Illinois, Democratic;
27th, Virginia, Conservative, and Ohio, Demo?
-The tariff and tax law, as finally passed
by Congress, exacts from retail dealers In leaf
tobacco a tax of five hundred dollars annually
- as a license fee, and obliges them, besides, to ]
pay to the government one-half the amount of i
. their sales over one thousand dollars In a sin- (
i gie year. This, of course, was intended to de- j
.troy the retail trade In leaf tobacco, and lt (
does so Just as effectually aa if lt had made ita
penal offence, punishable by heavy fine and
imprisonment. It absolutely prevents any I '
person from selling, and hence any person |1
trom buying leaf tobacco in quantities lesB
than a hoghead at a time. The effect .of this
. law ls to confine the trade In leaf tobacco to
the huge dealers, and to exclude every person ,
from the cigar manufacturing business Who ,
cannot afford to buy a hogshead of leaf tobacco (
. at one time. ' . ?
-Of the euttlng down of forest trees which 1
is ab constantly going forward In this country, '
- Mr. Wm. Cullen Bryant says: "It Is a common (
observation th at our sq tum ers are becoming i
dryer, and our streamB smaller. Take the i
Cuyahoga^as an Illustration. Filly years ago 1
large barges loaded with goods went np and ;
down that river. Now, in the ordinary stage :
of the water, a canoe or skiff can hardly pass
down the stream. Many a boat of fifty tons
burden has been built and loaded In the Tus- 1
carawaa, at New Portage, aad sailed to New 1
Orleans without breaking bulk. Now tho4'
river hardly affords a supply of water at New
. Portage for the canal. The same may be said
of other streams. They are drying up. And
from the same cause-the destruction of our
forests-our summers are growing dryer, and
" our winters colder."
-A dispatch from Madrid to the New York
Herald, dated the 9th Inst., says : "On Thurs
day General Sickles, United States minister to
Spain, submitted to the Spanish ministry a
formal and peremptory demand for the re?
lease, of.Dr: Howard trom the sentence of the
court-martial. The communication of General
?Ickles 13 an elaborate document, and entirely
covers the case. In presenting the demand
General Sickles conveyed to the Spanish Gov?
ernment the desire of the President that there
should be no delay, but that the subjeot should
receive Immediate attention^and la ease of re?
fusal to comply, he s'ated that the President
would take decisive action in the matter. Dr.
Howard li likely to be. speedily released, In
consequence of the. dispatch of General
Sickles, as Marshal Secrano is believed to be
_ favorable tn h Ia release, in spite o? rumors to
-The eight-hour movement in New York
City still continues, and the excitement on
the subject ls Increasing. About a year ago
the trades' anions of New York had only 7600
members on their rolla, but at the present
time the number of workingmen combined
In the old and In the recently organized
labor associations amount, lt is stated, to
nearly 100,000. On September 13, 1871, the
workingmen paraded and made a formida?
ble demonstration in lavor ot the eight-hour
law. Since that time the strike lor a
reduction of the hours of labor has been
conducted with extraordinary vigor, and
the "Eight-hourLeague^ hos now 21,400
members " distributed' among the following
trades: Piano , makers^ 7000; cabinet and
furniture, makers, 7000; upholsterers, 1500;
polishers and varnishers 1400; carvers, 1000;
gliders, COO; pattern makers, 600; desk
makers, 500; sewing, machine box makers,
500; plciure .frame makers, 300; . machinists,
300; Bhowcase, makers, 300;' coffin makers,
200; an4 wood.turners, 200. The strikes have
extended to. thirty-two trades, twelve Of
which have been successful and the k.en have
returned to work. In the iourteen trades
represented in tbe "Elgbt-hour Leagne,"
one thi d of the men have resumed work
upon their own terms, and the others have
nearly reached an amicable conclusion with
their employers. There are in New York seven?
ty-one organized labor associations, represent?
ing the principal trades. There are also other
trades which, under pressure of the elghtr
hour movement, will probably organize
The State Democratic Convention.
The work of, tbe. Democratic State Con?
vention waa done quickly and done well;
and we are confident tbat lt will receive the:
cordial approval of the Democratic and Con?
servative citizens of the State. There was
no rash speech-making, no violent demon?
stration of party feeling. The whole pro?
ceedings of the body, in their patriotic mod?
eration, prove that the delegates were look?
ing steadily and unswervingly to the inter?
ests of their people.
To os the result or the deliberations of the
Convention is peculiarly gratifying, because
it vindicates the correctness of the. posi?
tion this paper bas taken, as well'as be?
cause it shows that oar earnest exhortations
do not pass unheeded. The Convention it?
self waa evidence enough that the Demo?
cratic party in Sooth Carolina ls not dead,
and the influential gentlemen who are ap?
pointed delegates- to the National Demo?
cratic Convention, by accepting that ap?
pointment, publicly renew their allegiance to
the Democratic party. The Convention, as
we advised, heartily endorsed the Cincinnati
platform and candidates, and instructed the
Sooth Carolina delegation to oppose any dis*
tln& nomination at Baltimore. The dele?
gates who were chosen are not obnoxious to
Ihe North or West; for amongst them are
apt any of the prominent military heroes of
tbe Confederate war. And, to. finish the
iount, the Convention authorized the Presi?
dent to appoint the Democratic State Exec?
utive Committee, which act perpetuates, In
its integrity, the Democratic party of the
This ?B all that we advised, and morethaq
we hoped for. We again say, that the action
of tbe Convention was prudent, practical
1 Can llufflan? Silence the Press I
An outrage occurred io the most frequent?
ed portion of the city on Tuesday evening
which demands-plain words from the press
and prompt and vigor?os action on tbe part
of the custodians of the rights of tbe citi?
zen and the public peace. Mr. John A.
Moroso, one of the editors'of The Courier,
was quietly passing the corner of Broad and
Meeting streets, when he was rudely accost?
ed by Mr. H. W. Hendricks in reference to
the publication of the reports of the recent
trial of the latter on certain grave charges
In Atlanta. Ga, Mr. Moroso avowed the
responsibility for the publications in ques?
tion, whereupon Hendricks dealt him a
furious Dlov/, and then, retreating a few
paces, drew and levelled at him a pistol
with the insolent boast: "I'll teach some of
Vyoo men to write about me in the news?
papers," or words to that effect. Mr.
lloroso, being unarmed, was of course una?
ble to resent the cowardly assault, and Heh
iricks was restrained from further mischief
>y one of his well known boon companions,
l?verai of whom vere with him at the time.
It ia certainly somewhat extraordinary,
md not particularly creditable, that a Bcene
ike this should have occurred unnoticed
loder the very shadow of the Guardhouse,
which is the headquarters of the city police.
Still, it is possible;. considering all the cir?
cumstances and the suddenness of the at?
tack, that the whole affair may really have
escaped the attention ot the police-sentry on
Juty. And , now. it, remains to be sees
whether the peace" officers will do their
Idly. .Weknow that Hendricks bas long
>een accustomed to snap bis fingers at the
nachiaery or public justice in South jCarcr*c
ina, so far as his own violent proceedings
vere concerned. We shall now see how onr
lew Criminal Coori; will , treat the hero pf
bis dastardly, mn rd ero us . and unprovoked
issaolL We say unprovoked, for tbe pobli
?otions, which were the pretext of the oat
age, consisted merely of the reproduction
)f the report9 given by the Atlanta papers
)f a public trial, absolutely without com
Bot whatever the action of the peace offl
;ers and judicial authorities in this case, if
dr. Hendricks, or anybody else, fancies that
he press or Charleston can be Bilenced by
he bludgeon or pistol ot any ruffian who
nay suddenly grow jealous or his reputation,
IR makes a very grave mistake. THE NEWS
lesirea towrong no man, friend or toe; and
f, oncouscioosly,; it should be unjust to any
me, it is at ail times ready and anxious to
epeilr the injury;- bot, whatever happens, it
nay be set down as a fixed fact that bolly
og and violence will in all instances be
onnd the worst possible channels ol seeking
edress or or escaping public and deserved
Afend* tue Ways!
Some or the most important business
horooghfares io Cfciarlestoo are well-nigh
inpassable. Piles ot cobble stones, thrown
mt by the workmen or the Enterprise Rail
?ood Company, encumber the edges or the
lavements, torture the feet of hapless pedes
rians, and cannot be flanked or crossed by
be loaded drays and car/ts. The middle or
the streets ls little better than the, side.
Alternate ruts and hillocks add seriously to
the labor of the draught animals, and the
?violent jolts and plnnges snap the axles and
springs of light vehicles. The exposed
stringers of-the rail mad aggravate the diffi?
culties under which the. merchants and
draymen labor, and the amount of hard
swearing and suppressed growling is trnly
It is well known that this paper is in favor
of the building of the Enterprise Railroad,
and does not deny the power of the Legisla?
ture lo authorize that company to lay
their tracks through the streets of Charles?
ton, without the consent of the city authori?
ties. Bnt it would be absurd to say that
the Legislature proposed to allow the En?
terprise Railroad Company to barriendo the
streets for an indefinite length of time, or to
so conduct their operations as to imperil the
health of the city. No line pf railroad can be
laid without some interference with t ra ffic, b u t
the Enterprise Railroad Company are going
far beyond what was imperatively necessary.
The City Raliway Company serve as a practi?
cal example. The tracks of th Is company were j
laid through "Meeting, Wentworth, Calhoun,
King and Rutledge streets, without any ap?
preciable annoyance or injury to the public.
The road was built in sections; the one j
being completed before another was opened.
This is all that the Enterprise Railroad Com?
pany should have done, and we believe that j
it is all thal they bad a right lo do.
To re-state the position : We hold that the
Enterprise Company most probably have
authority, to lay their, tracks through the
city.'which authority involves the power to
open the streets; bot we maintain that the
company are not empowered to -. >t> at de?
fiance the sanitary regulations o' he city,;
that they are not empowered to keep the
streets open until it is found convenient to
close them, and thal they are bound, and
can be compelled, td relay the streets at |
once, and make the road-way s as solid and
smooth as they were when the work of tear-1
?og them up began.
This ls a matter which affects the business
Interests of every citizen, and we should
like to see a little of the energy which the
Enterprise Railroad Company displayed in
tearing the streets open directed to restoring
the business thorongbfares to their former
Irrigation and the' City Water Supply.
A correspondent who writes nuder the
signature of Peedee suggests that it is prac?
ticable, io connection with the proposed
plan to supply ihe city with waler, to give
the country, on. the line of the canals and
pipes the means of irrigation, which, io the
opinion of Peedee, lb all that is necessary to
make ihe County of Charleston the garden
spot of the State. Well-drained and irrigat?
ed, the county could be made to produce, in
vast quantities, almost any fruit or vegeta?
ble that grows on the North American Con?
tinent. Thorough draining would be ex?
pensive, but if only Ave acres on each side j
of the proposed canals and pipes, through?
out the en'.lre length of thirty miles, could
be improved, the gain to the city and coun?
ty would be immense. Every variety of
vegetable could be raised, and sent early to
marJteL No dron<?hr. would inter fer? with
farming operations. The truck farmers on
the Charleston Neck have already shown
that they can compete successfully with
Wilmington and Norfolk, and if the j
dangers of hot dry seasons are removed by
irrigation, truck farming loses its hazardous
character and becomes a perfectly safe pur?
suit. Irrigation is successful wherever lt is
tried. The temperate and the torrid zones
have both had recourse to irrigation to save j
them from the disastrous effects of dry sea
SODS. SHrely Charleston can afford to try
the experiment upon the fields through
which tbe canals and pipes are to pass.
These are the views of our correspondent
They are certainly worthy of thoughtful
"The Blau on Horseback.'
After the nomination at Philadelphia was
made, at the back of the stage a drop curtain
scene fell representing Grant on horseback, in
lull uniform, booted and spurred, and with a
sabre at his side. An emblem of Brute Force
triumphing over Liberty and Law. The office?
holders don't disguise their purpose.
(?0 neat ional.
VT SO SOUL.-Instruction will be given and the
use of mac ti Lu CH allowed gratuitously on Thurs?
day or eacb week, at the Depoi.tory, chalmers
illunie ip al Notices.
CITY HALL,1 OFFICE CLERK OP
COUNCIL, CHARLES ION, S. 0., JUNE 10, 1872.
The Annual Reports or the varions city officers for
the year ?Sil, are now* ready for distribution
among tbe citizens. W. W. SIMONS,
Jonio tnth2 derk of connon.
?Sf MATO GUARDHOUSE, OFFICE
OF CHIEF OF POLICE, CHARLESTON, S. 0.,
JONE lltb, 1872.-The attention of all persons
concerned la hereby called to tbe fact, tbat on
and after tbe lath instant all Dogs found going
ft large will be killed. JOHN C. MINOTr,
joni! 8_Chief of Police.
?tr-M?lN GUARDHOUSE, OFFICE OP
CHIEF OF POLICE, CHARLESTON, S. C., JUNE
ll, 1872.-The attention of all persons concerned
IB hereby called to the following section of an Or?
dinance la relation to smoking on the Battery,
which will be rigidly enforced en and after thia
date. JOHN O. H1N0TT,
. Oblef of Police.
AK ORDINANCB FOB TUB REGULATION OF ALL ?
P BOSONS ON THE BAST AND SOOTH BAT BATTE
BIBS AND FOB OT II Ka PURPOSES.
SECTION Vi. All smoRing of any pipe or cigar
within tbe enclosure of Waite Point Garden, or
the Batteries aforesaid, be and the same ts hereby
prohibited, and any person who shah violate tbis
ciaose of tnls Ordinance.s nail, for each and every
oirence, forfeit and pay the aum of five dollars; to
be recovered In the utty Conn, tbe amount to be
given to the Informer. junll-5
T7ERY DESIRABLE ROOMS AT THE
V Waverly House, with Board, at reduced
SX^b ior lh0 ?Ummer months. Mrs. A. J. KEN?
NEDY, Proprie res*._jaD4
BOARD WANTED IN A PRIVATE FAM?
ILY on Soliivan's Island for a lady, Infant
f??ln'?!?e-" Ad'irea8' ?- MKW3 Office, fluting
terms, location, Ac. niay3i
Ltot imo .fonn?. ^
8th Instant, ' a Russian Leather LETTER
PcUCH, containing ssversl Pencil Memoranda
and a Check on the Sub-lreasnrer for $169 75
di awn by Q. A. GILMORE, and payable to DAN?
IAL SINCLAIR or order, at ubanesioo. As the
uaymenr of the check has been stopped, and the
papers are of no nae to any one, a liberal reward
withe given to tbe Under If left at the Monnt
Pleasant and Subivan's Island Perry Wharf
FOUND, ? PAIR OF EYE-GLASSES
Gold Frame. The owner can have the
same, by proving property and paying expenses.
Apply at NEWS office. juna
W"^ASH1NGT?NL0DGE,NO. 5, A. R M.
Ttie Recular Monthly Communication of
Washington Loane, Se. 5. A. F. M., will be held at
Holtness Ball, THIS EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
Hy order W. M. T. E. STROTHER,
J un 13_ _Secretary.
/~UTHOLIC. INSTITUTE.-THE j REGU
\J LAR'Meeilng of the inaiitoie will be held
1 HIS (Thursday) EVKKINO at 8 o'clock.
JAS. B, O'NEILL,
ATTENTION! CHARLESTON SOCIAL
MOUNTED CLUB.-Membsrs are hereby
i.o. Hied to assemble. In Uciform. for Drill. T&rs
DAY, at 4 P. M., at i he corner of Shepherd ana
King btreeta, A full attendance is requested.
By order. 0. Ll EB KN ROOD,
THE ANNUAL MEETING OP TEE LA?
DIES' MEMORIAL ASSOJIAITON will be
held at the Widow's Home In Broad street on'
Tn is AFTERNOON, 13th instant, at half past
6 P. U. The election or Officers for the ensuing
year will take piace. Members are requested to
be punctnal and c >rae prepared to pay arrears.
by order bf the President._Jania
MARION STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM
P AN v.-Attend an Extra Meeting of yoar
? uipauy. at yoar H?ll, THIS ETKNI.NO, at 8
o'clock. Members wlit please be pune,uni, as
haaloeas or Importance will ba transacted.
By order of President BARKLEY.
. GEO. A. CALDER,
IRISH VOLUNTEERS, ATTENTION I- J
An Adjourned Meeting or yoar Corps win
lalee place luis (Thursday) EVKNINO, Jane 13th,
at 8 o'clock, in u ibero ian Hall, 'j he personal
appearance of every member ts requested, as the j
nomination and election or officers will be held.
Refreshments after meeting. :
JOHN F. PRESTON,
Jnnl3_secretary pro tem.
VANT (colored ) Apply at northwest
corner Vanderhorat and Thomas streets.
TTTANTED, A GOOD WASHERWOMAN
Vf for iamily wa*h. Apply thu morning,
well recommended, at No. 31 Wentworth street,
near Artesian well. ? . _Jnnl8-l?
WANTED, A COLORED WOMAN,
without Incnmbrances, to wash and nuke
herself generally nssML Recommendations re
qolreo. Apply at Marshall's Wharf. , janis
WANTED, A CHILD'S NURSE. MUST I
come well recommended. Apply at the
southwest corner or smith aud Ball streets.
WANTED, A COMPETENT COOK.
Liberal wages will be paid. Apply at No.
674 King street.,_i Jnnia-a
WANTED TO RENT OUT. "A HASLE
: TON BROS. ri ANO/' Gan be seen at No.
68 Haa?l street._Jans
WANTED TO PURCHASE, A SMALL
House. Purchase money to be paid tn
monthly Instalments. Address "Desire," at NEWS
office._? ? _mayal
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small House m the central or western
part of the city. Address "Q," at this office, stat
lng location, terms. &o._/eba
ACOLORED WOMAN, WITH ONE
child, wants to get a situation in the,
country to do the washing or general housework
or a family, auiress Lydia, Nsws office.
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK, WASH
andiron ror a family of four. No house
wort. Good wages to a nrst-clais cook. No one
seen wit bout ncimmendatloog. Apply at No.
136 Calhoun street, near corni.g street. Jnn8
WANTED, AN INTELLIGENT AND
Industrious LAD,- with on ordinary
knowledge ol arithmetic, to assist in keeping a
Country store on t dib to Island. Wages irem
$8 to $10 per monta, besides board and wash:
lng. Address,M., office or BM Kxwa. Jooi2
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the oheapest and best warranted
Sewing Machine in the market ls the u OM KS il CT
TUC, price $26 and 187. Can he seen at the Gene?
ral Agency, No. 266 King street, corner BeauXaln
Mtreet. T. L BlaggLL._* lania-Smos
TEACHER WANTED.-WANTED IN A
healthy locality In the country, a Young
Lady to tate chante or a small school of girls
Muse be competent to instruct In the highest
branches of English and Mnalc. Salary two HUD
drcd .lollara nau frood board in a piivate family.
Apply to Messrs. STOLL, WEB s A CO., Klug
WANTED TO INFORM THOSE NOT
acquainted with the fact that the SOUTH?
ERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY lames Joint
Li e Policies, Insuring the lives of partners lo
business, so that, on the death of either, the
amount Insured for ls paid to the surviving party,
lt aiso 1 usn rea husband and wife on the same
plan. EBEN COFFIN, Agent, No. 81 Broad street.
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, or good character and com?
petency wishes a position as Teacher In some
pabilo ins ti ta ti on, or as private tutor in a family.
No objections to going Into the country, can
teach French, Latin, Greek, Plano and. tue other
branches or a good education. Salary of not BO
great consideration as pleasant association. Ad?
dress C. D. V., at the office of this paper.
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.-A SMALL NEW
HU CSE, Ave minutes walk from the landing,
for sale or to rent. Good water at hand. Inquire
of J. H. DEVERK?X._Jnnl'J-3
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
li vc ll i NES repaired on reasonable terms
ana at the shortest notice. Also a few good Be
cond-hand Machines for sale, very low. J. L.
LPNS Ft) RD. Smith street, north of Wentworth.
TO RENT, STORE No. 127 MEETING
street, one door south of Market. Aoply to
WEO. STONEY, southern Wharf. Junl3 tnm
TO RENT, A HOUSE IN MART
street. Apply to WM. BYRNE, south west j
corner of Church and Chalmers streets. .
J an 13-2?_.
mo RENT, FOrjR. LARGE ROOMS,
X suitable for a family or club. Inqnlre at No.
M King str?et._Jnnll-tnth2? .
TO RENT,. A COMFORTABLE HOUSE,
containlag nine rooms, on iront heaca Sul?
livan's Island. Apply to S. A. WOODSIDE, No. 88
Marketstreet. ? _JouB-thsttu*
TO RENT, A THREE-STORY BRICK
BUILDING, on the north side of Hayne
ftreet. Large cistern on the premises, apply at
No 1 Hayne street._may30-thatu,
OFFICE TO RENT, No. 21 BROAD
street, under Messrs. Pressley, Lord A
Iugiesby. Apply at No. 1 Hayne street.
P. WALL, JR
INSPECTOR OF FLOUR ANO MEAL,
OFFICE UNITY ALLEY,
Over Messrs. Knobeloch A Small's Back store,
rp T. CHAPEAU & CO.,
DEALS BS AND DI8TZLLBR8 OF
TURPENTINE A. ND ROSIN,
OFFICE No. 178 EAST BAT,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
The highest prices paid ror crude.
B. S.. D. MUCKENPUSS,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Has removed his office to No. 67 Hasel street.
Office hours from 0 to io A. M., and l to 2 P. M.
QT TO A. MOSE-S, PH. D'
Geological Surveys and Maps promptly and
exactly executed. Phosphate and Mining Pro?
perties reported upon, and Working Plana fur?
nished. Separating and Metallurgical Proces?
ses adapted to Ore Deposits. Special attention
to CHEMICAL ANALYSES of FERTILIZERS,
Drags, Ores. Minerals, Ac LABORATORY,
decits-atntherao No. 28 George street.
STEAM TURPENTINE CffiTTLLEBY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner -Line
and Meeting streets. '
iSVHlghest prices paid in Cash for Crude Turpen
Q.RAND MOONLIGHT EXCURSION,;
AROUND THE HARBOR,
BT WASHINGTON LODGE, No. 1, L OP Q. T.r
ON HONDAI'.EVENING, JUNE 24, 1872,
Steamer St. Helena. wUMeaveMarket Wharf at
bair past 8 o'clock. Price $160 a ticket for gem
tleman and lady, refreshments included.
TlcketB can be procured from the following
Committee : H. SONNTAG, T. G. JEFFORDS, E.
B. EARLE; also from Holmes'sBookH jose, Fo
gsrtle's Book Depository, THOMAS A L ANN EAD,
opposite Masonic Temple; A. B. Stillman's Dry
Goods House, No. 281 Rios street.
T. J O S E P H'S
AT SCH?TZEN PL ATZ,
MONDAT, JONE'?, 1872.
Tickets GO; Cents; Oh.ldren?S cents.
Cara leave Ann street Depot at 8.30 A. M.
"piCNIC AND EXCURSION
WAGENER ARTILLERY CLUB,
MOUNT PL KASAN T,
FRIDAY, JUNK 14, 1872.
Mount .Pleasant Ferry Boats will leave city at
BK ana io A. M., and 1, n, 6* and 7 P. M. wm
return to city at lix A. M., 4M;, ax and io P. M.
Ex coralon between 8 and io P. M.
. Tioketa to be obtained from the following Com?
J. W. PIEPER, D. MOLLER, ..
F. W. MEYER, J. AUKENS,
THURSDAY EVENING, JUNB 13,
. AT THE ,
NEW GERMAN CHURCH, KING STREET,
FOR TBE BENEFIT OF THE SAME.
Coincident to the entire renovation cr. the
Grand Old Organ, dve hundred new Metal Pipes,;
of the latest tone and invention, have been
Oigan Prelude, and Prayer by Rev. L. MULLER,
Pastor or Church.
1. Grand Symphonie in 0, Organ and Orchestra-;
W. A. Mozart.
2. Choral Hymn: "AFirm Castle la our Lord."
Grand Choras and children's voices-Martin
Lather. - ' .' li a ,
8. DaeHo for two Soprano Voices-G. Mue' T.. .
4. "Behold the Day of the Lord.? Grand 'cuorua
v ' . with solos-o. Kreutzer. "
5. Trio irani Creation, fur Soprano. Tenor and
Baaao:."On Thee each Living soul Awaits"
J. Haydn. 7 ' ?.? '.
PART II. ;
1. Grand Symphonie m D, Organ and Orchestra
W. A. Mozart.
2. Cho al Hymn: "Now, praise ye all the Lord.'*
Grand chorus and children's voices-M.
Klnckart. . "
3. Tenor Solo from Creadon: "In Native Worth?
4. "Before Tnee, O Eternal." Grand chorus-I.
A. P. Scholz.
6. "Morning." Grand Cantate, Solos and Ohorns
-F. RLs. :
Professors H. E. Eckel and J.. Heinemann, or?
ganist, will i ondnct the Concert, having secured
the kind and gratuitous cooperation cf so me of
the beat talent ortho city In vocal and instrumen?
tal music. A rare musical treat may be antici?
pated. ."" j
Tiokets of ad mission, a dollar each, ma7 be ob?
tained from the gentlemen of the Committee of
Patronage, named nelow; also at Mi. Hnneken A
Co's. Millinery store,at, Messrs. Melohera A Maller,
Mr. William Uflerbardt, and at the doora of the
Church. Doora open at half-past 7. Concert begins
at half-past 8 P. M.
The following gentlemen are respectfully re?
quested to extend their kind patronage and aid'
tn disposing of the tickets of admission :
Hon J A Wagener, Consul O O Witte,
lion G A Trenholm, Ed aebrlng, Esq.
Hun Geo s Bryan. N Febreabach, Esq,
Bon James Minions, H Z Lauroy, Esq,
Hon H D Lssesne, Otto Tidemann, Esq,
Hon 0 H simonton, G W Witte, Esq,
don H F Graham, J H Devereux, Esq,
B O'Neill, Eso, A H Hayden, Esq,
G W Clark, Esq, J F Merkhardt, E.q,
J H Wilson, ESL O F Wleters, Esq,
Major J H Morrell, W Carrington, Esq, ...
G s Trott, Esq. Captain Jacob s mad.
0 A Bowen, Ksq, Captain Beary Gerdts,
0 Atchel, Esq, J U H Olanssea, Esq,
Captain F W Dawson, Dr H Baer,
R s Bruna, Esq, B Bollmaan. Ksq.
A Gage, Esq, H Klaf.e, Eaq,
Robert Adger, Esq, 0 Clacins, Esq,
Captain J ti Betts, C Lilien thai, Esq,
A Slmonda, Esq, G W Steden?, Esq.
H Bischoff, Esq, J H Wahrmacn, Esq,
J F Picken, Esq, F Weltmann, Esq, i
Captain A Meicners, P J Ooogan, Esq,
W B ami h, Eoq, C. F Paukmn, Esq,.
Dr A B Rose, E Waltjea, Esq,
John KUnck, Esq, F Wleters. Ksq.
W 0 courtney, hsq, Henry um win kio, Esq,
F Von San ten, Eaq, J 0 Ugemann, Esq,.
Captain D Werner, E F Lenmkuhl, Esq,
H Leldlng. Esq, BJ H Fischer, Esq,
G H Ll P. aston t, Esq, F E Schroder, Esq,
G Kiecke, Esq, F Pucthaber. Eaq, j
E Bates, Eaq, D D Coben, Esq,
F H Floger, Esq, W F Paddon, Esq.
J Reils, Esq, Dr ? Davega,
F J L' Hen th al, Esq, A J Tebias, Eeq,
F J Pelzer, Esq, J R Boylaton, Esq,;
U Ferguson, Eaq, Dr H Plnckney,
DrJPChazal, capt F W Wagen cr,
Coi Rlchaid Lathers, J D Leesemann, Esq,
H H DeLeon, Esq, A SachUeben, Eaq,
Major Hotson Lee. Dru s Pelzer.
DrWM.Wragg, F 0 Borner, Esq,
A Bischoff,.Esq. . ... ti Keim, Esq,
Captain P Tecklenburg, F L Qaackenboab, Esq,
H atender, Esq, A G?nale, Esq,
P 0 Schroder; * sq, Capt J u Mlnott,
G Logermann, Esq, R M Boiler, Esq,
F D C Kracke, Esq, Major O L Buist,
H Ehrichs, Esq, Daniel Bavenel, Esq,
C Wulbero, Esq, T A Jeffords, Esq,
F Pieper, Esq, A O Stone, Esq,
J U Hillen. Esq, Dr w M Fl ten,
E F SWcegan, Esq, Capt W A Kelly,
T Kelly, Esq, A cameron, Esq,
P Moran, Esq, . M Tr?ese, Eda,
J M Easoo, Esq, S E Welch, Esq.
J Graver, Esq, A C Kaufman. Esq, '
J Kenny, Esq. J N Robson, Esq,
H Sieencken, Esq, Gen W Gurney,
Gen Getty, capt Sinclair,
Lieut Mount, . Lieut Smith, . .
Dr J S Buist, J H ste. n meyer. Esq,
J S Schirmen Esq, W Knobeloch, Em,
D T Corbin, Esq H Hud-, dr, liq,
D A A mme, Et q, W Marscber,
C H Bergmann, Esq J 0 W Bl-choir, Esq.
G S Haoaer, Esq, C J Schiepegrell, Esq,
J cnaa WICK, Ksq W M Bim, Esq.
Dr H H?rlbeck, A Lengnick, ?sq,
W L Trenholm, Esq, A Btemmermann, Esq,
B Lucas, Esq, Dr Ancrum,
F R Wickenberg, Esq, J H Petermann, Esq,
Colonel J Phillips, - C H West, Esq,
R 0 (Jhlaolm, asq. Captain H Harms,
Dr H W DeSaussure, W B Heriot, Ese.,
L D DeSaussure, Esq, colonel 0 I Wanter,
J D Zerbit, Esq, . Dr G W Almar,
Dr Sch wettmann, E H Jackson, Eaq,
J H Klencte, Esq, Dr J B' Pat rick,
F Heinz, Esq, Dr R A Kinloob.
C Ammo, Esq, ' J D Geddings, Esq,
w Bruoges, tsq, A W Eckel, Esq.
J H Muller, Esq, G VAlford, Btq,
A Nimitz, Eaq, W S Hastie, Jr, Esq.
COHMITTEB OF ARRANGEMENTS.
Rev. L. MULLER, Pastor of the Congregation.
C. VOIGT, Ohalrman of the Congregation. |
WM. ?FFEBHAR?T, Secretary of tue Congre?
gation. . - _
JOHN HEESEMANN, Treasurer of the Congre?
Major F. M ELCHE RS.
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO?
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, ABD AT MODERA?
By LL. LUNSFORD,
fen? smith Street, north of Wentworth.
; ?rartriet, Ciqiwrra, #t. f i
*6 D ROC LAIM THE GLAD TIDINGS.?
T E A S! T E A SI TE A 81
WT L'S ON "SI .
300 KINO STREET j
306 KIN? STREET 1
SOO KINO STREET!
Owing to tie large quantities of TEAS'ont'of
bond, and now being BicriQcedljy Jobbers to raise '
money, ie have bought for CASH-anticipating
the r?duction of d Qty - ? '- A .
A LARGE AS30B72TENT OF .
FINE DRAWING OOLONGS I
FINE DRAWING OOLONGS I
FINE DRAWING OOLONGS I
WHICH WE WILL SELL
WHICH "WE WILL SELL
. -r WHICH WE WILL SELL
AT EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS PER POUND ?
AT EIGHTY-FIVE GENTS PER POUND I ri
AT EIGHTY-FJVE CENTS PER POUND l"
GIVING: TO CONSUMERS
GIVING TO CUNSUMEBS
GIVING TO CONSUMERS
A TEA THAT IS WORTH,.
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A TEA THAT IS WORTH
$1 26 O SNTS PE RJ POUND !
$t 26 CENTS PER POUND1
fi 26 Ct NTS PER POUND
FOR EIGHTY-FIVE CENTAL.
FOR BIOHrY-PIVE CENTS'I'' 8
FOR EIGHTlf^lVE CENTS I. . .
THIS TEA WILL BE AS POPULAR'AS j
THIS TEA WILL BB AS POPULAR AS'
THIS TEA Wi LL BE AS POPULAR AS1
WILSON'S FAMOUS DOLL AR TEA I
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WILSON'S FAMOUS DOLLAR TLA I .
WHICH HAS OBTAINED A RUN
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n? V . i.1 rt.'Ir.f.
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IS THE ONLY PLACE TO BUY TEAS I
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THAT MAKES IT A SPECIALTY! ,
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THAT BUT MORE,AND SELL CHEAPER
THAT BUY MORE AND SELL OHBAPER
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No. SOS KING STREET IV
No. 806 KING STRBKTl
No. SOS KING STREET I
DE. B. B. HEWITT,
. ? ? ? ?. . .
No. 31 WENTWORTH STREET,
CHARLE Bal ON, 8, C.,
Can be consulted on the following diseases, ant
diseases of a kindred nature, free of charge
and ia strict confidence. Chargea mode
* rate and within toe reach of all. Of- .i
flee hours from OA. M. to'TP. M.:
: ? 1
RH KUMA TI BM AND NEURALGIA. ,
In all arthritic complaints, as rheamatism, goaty
neuralgia, Ao, this practice ls almost perfect}
The most intense pains are almost instantly rev
lie ved, enorm on s swelling aro red need, limos
which have been contracted and stifl for years are
relaxed. Cases of twenty, toirty and forty years*
standing have been cured by me after all other
means have failed.
-A great accomplishment is my triumph over
pain by which I can often. In a few momenta)
soothe and carry oil the mose excruciating nar?
rer inga. If this system did nothing more than
to relieve pam. lt would stand superior to any
other system extant. t
s topped-ap Head, Running of the. Nose, constant
Hawking and Spitting, constant Blowing of |
the Nose. . j
Thousands suffer from-that most annoying,' a la
agreeotii and offensive complaint,: catarrh, wuQ
out knowing what lt ls. uften toe secreted mu?
co ue, flowing down the throat, c:ogs up the lungs
and lays the foundation for consumption. 7. j.
lue most skillful physicians fall Co care IL j
I caro auy case of obstruction, stopped up
head, discharges of green lan, t ti ic t, u. i a or glairy
mucous from tue nose, Internal or external, pain
oe fullness between the eyes, constant blowing or
the nose; laflammatUa ot the nasal passages,
ulceration of acnuclderlan membrane, AC, in.
the coarse of a few days.
.- .. . DEAFNESS. . .
Nervous Deafness, Noises in the Bead, otorrhoa,.
otitis (Discharge from the Ear,) Paralysis or .
I am dally treating all affections or the ear with
the most gratifying results. Some who had paid
aurlsts nearly $1000 without benefit have been
cured by me m a few weeks at a moderate ex?
Mercury, Injudiciously used, has filled tm earth
with wrecks ot humanity. Thousands suffer from
Ita effects who have been unconsciously drugged
by their physician. It li vaia to attempt the cure
of the majority of diseases while lt remains la the.
body. Although I have heard of several so-called
antidotes for mercury m tie human body, I have
never yet seen a physician who could eliminate
lt from the system. ? ....* . . _ > .
1 can satisfy any patient or physlcan that I can
absolutely abstract mercury, lead, zinc, and
other mineral poisons m every case. . 1
Noll-me-Tangere, Lupnee, or Wolf Cancer, scir
rhos Cancer, Fungous Cancer, Rose Cancer,
I make a great specialty in the treatment of
every description or Cancer and Tumors.. -
How many Cantera and Tumors are wron fully
treated o y certain charlatans styling themselves
"Cancer Doctors." '.? ., . i;J fa
After being pronounced incurable, i will take
any one of tbeae cases In band and make a per?
ra anent core, ; j
My terms tor treating Cancers, Ac, will be
baaed on the age and condition of the patient,
and the positive certainty of care.
miUinero, Strain ?oo??, &t.
MRS. H. J. ZERNOW,
No. 804 KING STREET,
Will open THIS DAY an assortment of MILLI?
NERY GOODS, Ladles' and Children's Ready
Sole Agent for Mlle DEMORESTS PAPER
STOCKING SUSPENDERS, and
DRESS-MAKING m all its branches.
Country orders wiii receive prompt attention.
Otiol?s Maj BUTTER, Prime Small Pl? Shoul?
ders. Cannes Tomatoes, Jellies and Candles, now
landing per Manhattan and Virginia, and for sale
bj_-PAUL-R LALAKg A OP.
Jnnl3-g; . , , NotlTS-gaftBiy.
I T>UTTEB AND CHEESE. - - -
^diag^d^rBairfbTl:' fi $ ? I?T
Junl2-3 s - y- Mo. 200 Bast Bay.
j ?HOICB SOUTHERN FLOTJB.
500 barrels Sodthero FLOUR : OT ^
Family. Extra and super-noted brands.
, At depot and lor sale by
|o; e?**5*2?<X - BERNARD O'NEILL,
.Junina ."...-,. ... Eaat,Bay.
VALENTIN E'S -PRE PA RATION OP
Jnst received, a largcsappiy of tho above. Eao)
bottle contains foar pondds of the best Beef, er
elusive of rat; caa ba asea wlih cold or wart
water; also can be taken with Oodllver OH, andi
destroys 'th<* taster or the oli. - .....-?'. s-ut
Tne.only food ipr delicate children.
This ls mn ch superior to t ha -'Extract of Beef,"
here^oro,offered;to. th? pnbUc^aiWia^ioond
upon trial For sale byDr. 0. BA?R,
, ,jon7 ?? gw taiNttiaiM^asarjatreat,, .
?(OBN; OATS AND SYRUP. '
360? bushels Yellow CORN * 'J'* ~ ' .
aooo-boahels Erime.oats > . :::;.;.--.-rt"r~
25 bois Bee-Hive syrup.
Landing farm s teams hip t Virginia, an d for til a
by . ..... HERMANN BDLWINKXE, F
inn? - ? - ? ! Ken'rWharf.
j CUGAR, MOLASSES AND* tpKB.V;'>.^'
' 40 hilds. Mnsc?vkd? SUGAR -. - ?
120 hbds. y rim ene w crop Muscovado Molasses
oo bbls. prime new crop Muscovado Molasses
20 pipes Catalonia ciawtTfine; iA ??
.. ..Per sala .low to close consignments, in lots to
.suitpurchasers, by . , ~Hw. P. H?LL,
may20-wfmi0i Brown ^oo^w^arf. '
g 0. STRIPS AND PIG- SHOULDEB?
, Jnst received p^r1 st, amera ;nne'Af Ot ? id. .
j STREPS AND PIG SHOULDERS, amah titei-nivn
'?fs?t? Falt&??ar^ '
' . : - . j oill mm ;D.>FITZGIBBON.'';;
I??.-.Extra:No. 1 MACKEREL, large size. Choice
i New. Pickle Salmon, Sc George codfish, very Un?.
Pioltle Uallbut, Pickle Herrings. '..Kn.'-j.
For aale by D. FITZGIBBON,
N. W. corner King and Cannon streets; '
Ail goods delivered,free. ,,:.".;-,
-piRESH Bise urra, CRACKERS, &C
Jnst received per Steamer Falcon, all Kinds of
FRESH BLSOrJIT, aB follows: ,3 ^??i?iif B /."
MUK Biscuits, .Cream Jumbles, Lemon Snaps.
Ginger Snaps,- Soda' Biscuit, Arrowroot BUebdt,
Oys ter Biscuit, B utter Crackers, ,Wine Crackers
a0Fofaa^ow^by ; "J ;/ 'DiFrradlfifeBT; '
0 N. W. comer King and cannon streets.
Aligada delivered free. :. .... .":,y -, ,., ."
?JHOICE WINES, BRANDIES, GINS, Ac.
A Sue lot Of PURE WHISKIES, Brandies,
Some oftbat fine OLD'CORN WHISKEY, at
? Foraawby J'T ,: D. FITZ GIBBON, -
N. W. corner King and Ca noon-streets.
All good? delivered free. n?ylfrfmo
QOGNAC ANO LA ROCHELLE BRAN
i i DY, IN ?. S BONDED STORE8, ^ ?
A TOBLt?' 80N8, No. 110 EAST Bj^, .
: Offer for cala from U. S. Bonded WarehomCv
Choice COGNAC and XA^ROCHI^LB^BRAIDT
..: ?; various vlnB8?e?, 'la v '
. . Quarter CASKS
'< to . . Flfthoaatorrn-;.-. ?JJ (
AMD " Jg? "- .
? ,... Cases of one dozen bottles each. ????
jp AIR, PRIME AND OHOIOE SUGARS. .
MORDECAI A CO., Nd .110 East Bay, offer for
sale Fair, Prime'and' Oholoe Grooery SUGARS.
_ MOItDBOAl A 00. . .
Tji AV^^^^BJ';,:;,; . - *
MORDECAI ft CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer-for
sale an la voice of "Falklrk'.';AL& landing direct
ijronfr oiasgow,,h>,Pln?a. ... MORDECAI-^ PO.
pOBTO RICO MOLASSES.
MORDECAI ACO., No. lin East Bay. orer for
sato'iQttOloa -Porto Rico MOLASSES, in strong
Packages. . MORDECAI A 00.
p EIME W $?$?&..
MORDECAI 'k CO. ', No. 110 Eas? Bay, offer for
tale PrimsiWhlte CORN, in new sacks.
?JHOIGB HAYANA CIGARS.??.f,\f
, MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bar, offer for
aale ad in voice- of Choice HAVANA CIGARS? di
rect from Factory in Havana.. :., .
^ DAM AN TX NB; QAUphEB.
looo pr -kages Adamantine CANDLES for sale
by A. TOBIAS'SONS.
febas-emoa . . _.
JJOWIB, HOISE 4 DAVIS,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
- ' . CHA BLE B T O N, S. C,'
Offer to the public
SUMiTEB . BITTERS,A
TH? ORBIT "SOUTHERJJ' TONIO AND UNI-?
' .'VERSALLT POPULAR STOMACHIC 1
i."- ?. AND APPETIZER, rac . H , '.
' Not merely to' tickle the palate,, bat to Infuse,
health'and vigor Into the enervated and diseased
system, 1B tho high parp?se and Bure effect of
SUMTER BITTERS, v Tels famous rev-omtve
creates no sudden nash of excitement, to bo suc?
ceeded by la creased debility and) tenfold gloom.
It braces the relaxed nervea-and. Imnaris ptnea
meat tone and regularity to the whole system.
The,rapid cures lt has effected In Dyspeila, ' Oene
I ral Debility, Nervous Diseases an* as an Appetl- >
zer and Strengthener, and as a prevent! ve -of
Chills and Fever, has rendered SUMTER BITTERS
a name'without equal in the annals of medicine
^y/jTOISE'S LIVER PILLS,,., \ .,
ior the cure of Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint
Dy H pea I a and Sick Headache, and: aa a Cathartic
and An ti-Bilious Pill have ho- superior. Tho nu?
merous known cures performed by these Pills
have induced os, at the solicitation of many who
have experienced their beneficial and salutary ef?
fects, to offer them io the public. . . .,
Our LIVER PILLS are not held .forth or recom?
mended os universal cure-alls, ont simply for
Liver Complaints, and those Symptoms 'connect?
ed with a deranged state of that organ. ' "
jyjOISE'S PURE LEMON SUGAR.
.. A aeiightful, cooling, healthy beverage, made
from the Joice of fresh Sicily Lemons. and pure
white sugar. Free from anything injurious. Bet?
ter than lemons for plc-nles, camp meetings, bar?
becues and travellers, and a great necessity in
the country where lemons cannot be had for the
Bick.' ?: ? . .
^OISE'S WHITE WOBH CANDY, j
An effectual, safe and pleasant remedy fori
, Worms, In all cases. Try It and be convinced.1 Itt
la really a spec!Qc, and in the best abd moot paial
table form to give children. It n not surprising
that lt ls fast taking the place of au other prepa?
rations for worms. It is a pleasant coolee ?en,
and any child win take it. Beware of dangerous?
ly colored candy and nauseous compounds, and
use only MOISE'S POPULAR WHITE WOBM
....MORNING STAB YEAST POWDERS...*
THE BEST IN DBE.
A barrel or FI oar makes forty poonda more' or
Bread with MOISE'S YEAST POWDER. NO time
required for dough to rise, but bake In a hot,
quick oven LS Boon aa mixed; save eggs, shorten-,
lng, milk, Ac, and Is a wonderful earing, ?
1st Sample packages free of charge.