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)t ,Wuoseetdpge t the Luathieraa General
yinoed at 1t'oahke, Va,.No Ueertatla
ISua do1 the Qlusdel of Dtvoe.
s ; ,oA1ooxa, VA., June 25.-The Syitod eon
ehed on Friday norning. Prayer was
oftered by the Rfev. it. W. Petrea, of North
Carolina, The report of the action of the
Diet, with reference to the union of all
Southern Lutheran 8ynods in one general
body, was read by the Rev. D. K. itlbert, D.
D., and was considered by items. The re
port eliolted a spirited though pleasant dt+
uesston,and was finally approved. Alithough
widely different views were held and main
ta1ned by the speakers, the ver greatest
barnouy and good Will provailed and the
vote was unanimosu except that the Georgia
Synod delegates did not fol author. zed to go
Into the now body contemplated until
further inattuoted by thelr Synod. They
'vill, at the earliest possible day, become
rnebers of the new body.
The bynod provided for the taking up and
carrying on, by the new body, of all the en
te'rprist of the (leneral Synod, M nd for thme
tsan erof all the properties of the Ueuoral
The Synod took a recess, and the Diet, was
calle d to or der. The~ aetion of the t3ynod 'yes
reported, and It was resolved to enter at once
upon tho organization of the new body. Tho
vote was taken by Synods, and the secretary
deolared that the union was unanimously
formed. After thorough oonslderatton the
new body was obristened "ne United tynod
of the Etvangelical Lutheran Church in the
outh." A eonmmitteo was appointed ,odraft
by-laws for the Rovernment, of the body.
The Ueveral Synod mnet again on Katurday
morning to finish up its litusioss propa.s.
tory to merging this Synod Into the now
body. The 11ev. J. N. Derrick and the Rev.
J. J. Miller, of the Mteslssppl Synod, were
excused for abEence from the present see
alon. A very interesting letter from the
Rev. W. P. Swarts, taissionary to India, was
read, giving a most encouraging report of
the woi k in the foreign field, where we have
thirteen faithful workers, with printing
office and other important appliances ftr
A committee was appointed to define and
report to this body the legal process of die
Solving this Synod and entering into the now
body, to be known an "The United Synod of
the Evangelical Lutheran Ounroh in the
The following was adopted :
Whereas, the formation of a more general
organic union arnotg the Evangelicat Ltthe.
van Synods or the 'utth, under the nroposed
name Of "The IJoited ynod of tne Svaugoti.
eal Lutheran Church in the 8ortl," has bien
lortmally approved and concluded upon by
both the Diet, no v reconvened at this place,
and also by thie Uenerui Synod; and,
Whereas, it, I essential that a formal or
anisation of aaid new body be erooted bo
fore this General S.3 nod can ra'ely transact
the busines proper for It to conol tide and dis
pose of: Therefore, be it
Resolved, That this body do now adjourn
until 12 o'clock to day to ona'lo such mel
bers hereof na may so destre to attend a
meeting to be hold in thles honse at 11
o'clock to-day for the piurcoso of otteoing
such orga nitation.
The ryr od then adj-urned. The Diet .ae
then cated to trderiand also adjourned when
the formal organization of the now body tvas
begun. The ttev. 1). M. Gilbert, 1). ) was
called to ihe chair, and tho Rev. K. T, horn
u as oppoin ted scoretiry. The roll of Synoda
was called and the dPiegates to the new body
were enrolled. The ther. D). M. t iburt, D) D ,
was Urnantutooaty eketed presidort, wittl the
1(ev. F. W. 1!. Peohan, vico pretident. Tne
liev. A, L. ('rome was lcu"-od secretary, and
Cett. W. A. Parrier. treasuror.
A ccinmittee was then -.npointed to watt
on the Diet to secure all pzp.,re betongting to
ihal, body. to that they n',y he ptt,hshod
with the proceedings of this U,ited Synod.
The pre.idunt, and arcretary of t1i Syo,l
were directed to ofilotaliy notify the 01ea,rtt
S3-nod, Soutb, that, was renularly orgu
ized and ready to receive all papera and
brsiness in their hanes ready for this hbdy.
Thie United $ynnd ihcn adjournod aubjeat
to the call of the president. At 3 o'cloatr, P'.
i., the General b.ynod was caled to order
id prayer was offered by the Rev. W. d.
liowmn.,u, U. 1). The Rev. P. M. Moses rdtd
the report of the eoinittee on the renort of
the preeidentt of the Gniral Synod. Tut ru
por t wee duly considered and adopted. Tne
report suitably referred t. oar pronlatug
n,eiotIn 11tid. cur g eat, nerd of more laOor
rta. s.nd to thu auruest desire for general
union amoig our rynods. It wan
.taoIttdi 'I hat 0i te will, .rr,onn:l fainl a is
of gratitude to Almighty t-3-hd, and dovont
thtnkrgivirg, that we hers aaknowleage the
itatig of tis utnan, and fervently pray
that the ntrt co)'tumtlmnt ott may be a blAas
ing to this church aa redouu1 to th, glory
of His unme.
Tbe special attention of th9 GOenerat Synot
was directed to. the lr-'.in' onstorn in cer
1lain p.rt,ione of our 0lei o)t Idisertnlrsat"ly
gantiag divorce, whtch enh'omn is evii, a,1a
only evil continuialy, anid ) ilulivocanlc of
no uncertaiu sonud was ashen at ttlu hamts
oi this body on GUIs ,iubject.. The following
w as art opted :
RESolmd tnfl,hat. i- he doliberate convic.
lion of this bod y t hat, save for the ono Sori o.
trl cause set for'ik in Matthew 5, xx xtt, dt
v(,rce cannot hes eiltmately grattd, and
that the innuocent t vorsm'i no dIvorced, and no
other, cani be Mctitur, y manrried aftin.
)tored, 'That we Ih. 'by nrge our mints
torts to i.erforsn the rito of am arriage for into
one eD without conisolenltously and fnlly saC,s
fyir'g thernsteives that the parties applylng
are not dIvorced p)ersos, or that, they are dl
II~jVorced according to God's requiretnent, as
above recognizeco, sincre othe: whoe the mar
riege would be adutlterons and per se nuliland
Void, af, con trary to the instltut,ion and coin
T 9n eral Synod Stouth now transferred
all of [[1-en terpri ie-s aunt um:.inlshed bnsIness
to the niew Mynoo an d wras thsen it,self mnerged
in to that tcdy. The ie, then met andt rout
Sitriliar actien; sto tnat neithier 11l0 lSant,tiern
General Synod Sont.h nor the ilet hae any fr.r
tiher existence, except mu tee Untitd Synod
of the Evangeltoal huthjranim (Usnorc in tile
t5enerai Sntltaitonm at t3te Uniona-.tDo
quent. Sinday School and MttastioaarF
Adtreasea--Rtintle Bta.rness of time
IIOAN(3Cn, VA., Jnne 25.-Thme fifteenthm
convent.Oin of thme Evangolitcal Luneran
GeneralI tynod tionth was convened in
Iroanok.suty, Va., on June 23, 18110. Six
fi'uods wo're fully replresentedt, with a most
feasin g as tlendan*e of clerIcal arnd lay vIsi
tore. Tbherc were ailso reprosentatives froma
the Tennessee and Hoelstoni iynotta lone:lug
to a unicn of thbse bodlra win this general
bodny, they beIng at pretent independent
The retIring preO-det, .1-hae Hv. W,V.110o'.
man, D). 1D., preacht:d inc opening sermon
hiom Str. John, xyii. 21. Thme reve end gentae.
aMan is too wod and favorably knfova tim the
(Amy by the Sea, andi in the state ofsnth
Lsarolina, to need any eulogy fromu rae; auftice
It to say the d iscouroc wai a very ii 'o ott.irt,,
andi fully itust.atnedin the dlostOr's ripn-tatiri.
as one of the ablest ptulpit orators in thmo
Sonl ih. Them Sy nmod h:ali conm imunlon followed
The ftey. h1', W. E. P'osemttn was elected
pedete 1ev. W. U. Sohaeffer, score
tay nd Capt. W. A. Harrier, treasurer,
The report of them retirifng prneHidlent waMt
fnJl of interest, anid vinlei suggestions,
and brought to the notIce of the Synod the
Important. ssmue to be met at this meeting, the
tinion of all n'ui h,ern Luthnleran Syno<is tn
one body, a consusmmation devoutly to be
Moanoke Ct-y deserves a pasing notice.
Yonr yearsa ago the oily cattld clai m only 80(0
in habitants wit,h in taxable property of $00.
(100; now the cIty niubors (,000 inihahi
tantis with $8h,(000.000 taxable promerty, ex
teniive mrin ing trterstl and very vainable
mnachine op)eraitionse. 't''he city is noted for
Its bumsiniess energy, Its womnderful-. success
and progr-esa in alt the Industrial arie. it,s
hc it htuineeand its advantages for pleasmure
Seekers aned hight-seers.
lii Mark's h.ttthcramn Chnroim in which the
S:eSsions of trie Synod te heid, is a very hand
50n,0 structlure, Well stilted to the nes or a
plate of worthi p and does great credIt to the
are:hitect, build,s'rr, pastor and people; and
with so alte arid eliient, a worker as t,he
R1ev. J. E1. Buahneli time c<.mtinu'eit prosperity
--of the congregation is an aesnmrod fact.
The basis of unltoi proposed by attoulthern
Lutthleran Diet h,ld In Smalsbury, N. (3., In
Novembeir, 1885t, was presented and ap
proved, and a committee of one minister
and one layrnan of each Stat,e Synod re pro.
Rented in the (Generai Synod, to confer with
the delegations eleet to the i)iet toe bo non
Vened at 10 A . M. to-morrow, was appotutoed
to arrange the details of a nion that shaeli
prove sat-tafactry to alt whio are lnterested
inthe unifi cation ot our 8ont.hern Church.
The R-ev. 8. H, lIarnitza, of Des Moines, [a.,
Dresched an interestinug anmd most edifying
*serrnon at ight, from Matthew vi, 10-21.
The Synmod met on Thursttay morning and
after some preliminary b'i ness gavo p taos
to the Sorithern Luttheran D)iet, which body
iet and entered at, once upon the con
aiderationi of the businmess clatiminog its aten-ti
tton, The Rev. A. J1. Brown, D. Dt., presiden t
of time Diet-, called the meeting to order and
a eB~r was offered by the Rev, J. HawkIns,
Dr. Brown reported that all the Somthernt
Ltheran Ilynodes, except pEherhap the
Georgia and Misslssippl Synods, had
Adopted the propose d plan of union and ex
preAMed the earnest hope that all outr dlonth.
eihl Byneds would soon be united in one
keneral body. The docor said:m "If I read
ARight the manU at1 thi me. tha htand ot
n a pray and trest at ay
lift it 0loses aia the oonvlotton
f the Divine guidance and il -
lig should not only inspire our hearts wI
devout feelings of gratitude to the Great
Bead of the "hurcth, but should cheer our
hearts and stimulate us to still greater
efforts to consummate the union so auspi
o,ously begun. A brighter day has dawned
upon us. We seem at length to have reached
a poin t in 1he history of our beloved ebhurch
in the South, for long years divided, alien
ated, dlilraoted and cripple ' in her ener
gies, and retarded in her prog. ess, at which
we may, without the compromise of prinol
pie or the sacriflee of any proper feeliug of
Elf-repect heal all our ivielons, harmou.
ize all our discords and give anew and pow
ermu irmpulie to the cause so near and dear
to our hearts." ne
The Di)lt appointed a comtnittee to onnfer
wihe the committee above referred to, and
then adjourned subject to the call of tne
president, at such time as this committee In
ready to report.
The (eneral Bynod met at 8 P. M., and
after some discussion of the reltminaries of
the contemplated. union, tIe Rev. Q. W.
Winner, of the tieneral Synod, Nort.h. was
iniroduced, and in a most beautiful address
presented the fraternal regards of his Synod,
which Northern body contains a memb)r
thiu of .t85,000, and has a record of whloh it
which it may feel justly proud.
The Riev. Bi. M. 1'chumaecker, D. 1) re re
senting tlia General ('ounoil, North, wlo a
rnembership of 251,000 communtoante, and
embracing in its fold many of the auest
divines on the continent, was also Intro
duced. Ho addressed the Synod, and In elo
quent and touching words referred to the
growing desire for union among all the Lit.
theran bodies in America. and expresyod hia
joy and earnest gratitude at the fact that
most Pleasing progress on a common servIce
oolc led been made, giving assurance of
President, P'echau. in his usus brautiful
and Chaste style, suitably replied to those
The Synon, on motion, then bogen the on.
sideration and adoption of the common ser
vice bock, pending which the Synod ad
journed, to meet to-morrow at 9 A. M.
Arranging tle Business of the Union.
IoANron,c VA June 28.--As the General
syrtd South had a seminary fund to dispose
of hofore all the detaIls of union oould be de.
clared legally compiete, thIs body had a final
meeting to receive the report of her board of
trustees. The report was rendered and
adopted, and the new Synod was asked to
confirm the boavd. Sty special nation tho
General Synod made the new Synod her
Mesal succesgor in all respects.
The Rev. SylIvanus Stall, of Lancaster, Pai.
author cf a most valuable year booe, was
tretented to the Synod and made some vary
All the legal matters of the General Hynoi
Pouth being declared completed, tio Synod
was mergf d Into the United Lutheran Synod
in the eonth, which body was called to order
and proceeded to busiuesg. An aparopriate
rayer was offered by the Rev. A, J. Brown,
Inasmuch as the Georgia Synod has
pled ged herself to abide by t,ire actIon of ihe
the Gerneral s83 nod South, and sinmuch as
the General Synod has been merged into the
Urited Synod in the South, it was declared
to be the senEe of this body that the Gorgia
Synod in an integral part of the same, where
nlon the Georgia delegation exprosse(l her
willingness to be seated as members of the
United Synod. The object so long and do
vontly pra3ed for is at last attatued. All
Lutheran Ny nods in the Honth are united Ina
t1o ieneral body. No longer will tie Lu
theran housle be divided against itself.
The committee on mileage reoommendod
that the district ESynnds ho urged to pay the
travelling ex pcnses of their delegates 1o tit
and subsequent sessions of the United
B. nod. 'Ihe rocommeudation was adopted.
Savannah, Gs., was chosen as te place of
ext mee lug, and Thursday .before tee 4tht
Sunday in November 1887, the time of
Pgjer mention wad made of the in
vroved appearance of thne Luthem.-n Virifor,
the geod wor k being accomplished uy "our
church paper," and the valuable servico
done the church by Henkel & Coa, New
Market, Va , In tho publication of important
historical and dootrinal works. The literary
institrutions of the church received due at
tention and were ioported in a flourishlng
cor d it ion.
Ti'~ committee on missions repirted, and
the iuit.ed Synod in adoiiug aaid rep)t
Ptuwed the care of the India anit.u w-i k,
and pledged itself to suppo!t tt:c Rev. W. P.
h'arriz, 1 he misalonary to India of 'he Gene.
.l Synid. The Augisisi, Ur., in!.tiun wars
received under the fostering care of this
Synod. ond the miesslo< board direo!ed to
ruise $2 513,0 to be expern ed by the directton
of this board.
A committee was appointed to prcpare a
plan std solicit aid for the estabitatument of
n home for disabled miniiters, toreporl,at
the next imee.tinc of this body.
A committee of one from each 9ynod rep
resentei1 in this body was appointed to pre
pare a plan for the esaablishmn,ot of a central
iheologicalr seminary, and to report, at the
next n eeting of this body.
Various tieme of business were transacted,
but of no sp"ois'J interest to the general
erea r, and the tynod finally adjonrned at
11 o'clock P. M.
Whe P1issionary Werk.
IIOANoRiC, VA., June 26.-At ter a beanitifuil
srvye of song. reading *'riptures and
prayer by the Itov. Prof. C'ox, the ) ov. W. CS.
ScIchitfser arnose and, in hiSa pleasant style. Iu
troduced ilu the v. hearge n'b;oll, D) D , of
.Fmnnsylvaniar, the first spceer of tle eye
Dr. S choli sai d: " WRhave in IndIa 250,000
soulestwho need thbe Glospel oir Jhrt,, andr wno
are ignorant of k1ts stavlut po wer andj iii
entea. Already a. usobte work has been per
formed. Uring forty-four years we have had
thiri -three rmissionary workers in the India
field, We now have ten American and nine
ty. four nat.ive workers, making one hundred
and fonr devoted laborers in that vast
fIeld, with already a membership of
8,500 and 8,500 others in process of Onariat.
tanization. so that we now have 12.00(0 sonls
under Christian Influence. WVe have 120
Bunrrday-sc,hoolu, '7,000 scholars, 118 literary
Sehools, 147 teachers, 8,000 pupils, 141
boarders in the boarding sc'hool, one high
Mchool with 284 pong ron in it, and are
engagecd int the estabi igrnent of a college.
arnd strnnary. Towards this enterprise we
have $6,000, at hook depot and a publIshing
houso With) thirteen men employed. Tne
on the soil of .Indila we are firatly piantsn~
the banner of te Cross. It is our duty to
carry t he Gospel to the reglone beyond. In
very touching words tihe doctor ref erred to
tire labos of the Luther-an Churchi of this
South hand in tIhe india field in connection
with the Northern Wing of our C .trati 'ad
coid : "Th.e ort h ansi South joiL haudat in
ndiai'' He then closed witht a mnst, hum
pr essivo appeal to all to contribuite liberally
to the re at work oft Paving tihe heat.hen,
The Ihey. J. 0. Zimmrnermnan, of York, Pai.,
eddreestd the large auideance on tihe suuject
of hron.e missior.e rend chrurch extenion,
specialsly curs huesizing the latter. lHe said It
was a canre of joy o hirm that,he er,mrd meet
ith hia houthrern brethren in Synodical
coniiern'ton. Tire two great objects nowy
Sa1tin lithe attentIon of Christlan piopie
mare So carry the Gospel to men at home and
to~ tbeea its foreign mands. The claims of the
hu(iithen and the vstnessa of t,he milfssion
fiek we i re dly considered. The field is the
r.on ld, bt as a churoh we hiave agreat ork
I r An er tea. Imigrants are constantly com.
Sr,g to us', tand they look to us for the bread of
iu ln tire eansuage of their fathers. Besides
rIhe 96f0,(( 0 Lutherans who bow at euraitars
tt1erer are 1,2t00.000 children coming to uts
in on.e grand army, and these must be
trained for (hriat.and 1-eaven. As a church
wre have a mission of vast importance. We
pie ta tihe cause of church extension because
..t isi a Satfe and peranent invesstment of
the ( hourch's money; because the Goshpot g
givers permanemncy to our institutIons. WVe
I!eed the caruse of church extension for our ..
count mt)y 's isake a, d for ChrIst'sentre.
Th e Rev. 8. B. Stamp liz followed with a very
fine addret-s on the subJect of Missions. He
taid : 'MI lips must be wreathed in flame
Vh latncin tell the posselbilities of missionj
work," and for half an hocur her : '-e close
stteo of iho auidience while hesihowed
thse gre at need of homne missions. The i
p, rtarce of woman's infinenco and work in
tl~ be.sihonr aause nd the duty of tire Church i
to go ire Jee us's name with the Gospel to alu
On e of ire most pleasing features of tire
eveniir g was a solo, "One suetly solemn
tlhotnglhr,' by Cot. E.'E1. kPorilook, of Rtoanoke
Education in Marlbroro'.
ItrEENE'cTvYrLLE,,June 20.--The Marlboro'
Educationsal Boceicty held its annual meet
irtg yestrdaSy arnd elected P. L. iHroeden, D).
Li. McCall, T. E, Duidiey, U. M. Weatthorly
ar d J. 1F. F.veret ,as trursiees for the next t,wo
pes.re. P. i.. Bre-eden was stubsequently
elected president and 1. E. lindloy scretary
and trm asrurer of tire board of t,rustees, and ftI
was resolved to proceed at conce to establish
n graded publi c ischo an d for t,huis purpose s
sanmitice wart appoiuted to adoit, subh
i.etip pions There is not mucih probability of c
failure, anad as lire society has fine butildlngs 1
we Will dourbt'ess soon haveexcellentschools,.
Bleasts Io Huaman 14orms.
liEA UForT, June 20.-Cases of criminal es
asaut. upon the persons of litt,le colored clii- h
dren are becoming painfully frequontamrong n
conomed offenders. To-day the second in
stance or a disgust,ing crrime has been 'te- -
ported, sooming from the county where a -
sitnilar offence wss committed seome weeks
ago. The children were between 8 and 12
years Of age. The dlfenrderei have been f
caught, and af0 2nlpr)sonO4, Both are groyWR d
with Loss of Uair, GOlgdalar Qwelllngs, Ui.
oErous Vatches In the Throat and Moath,
Abeesses, Tumors, Carbunoios -ilotobes
Sores, tcurvy, r asting of the -Kdneya and
UrinaryO ans, Dropsy, Enwmta, Debility
Chronc lheumatism, Constipation and
Piles, aDd most diseasen arising rrom an im
pure or impoverished condit,ion of the Ulood,
are speedily cured by the OUTrOunA RESOr.
varNT, the new Blood Purifner internally, as
Fist 4d by CUTIcUtRA, the grea lkin Cnre,aud
CUTICUNA 1OA1, an exquisite Skin Beautt
James E. Riohardson, utomhouse, New
Orleans, on oath, says: " a 1870 borofuloNeu
Ulcers broke out on my body n.ill i was a
mass c-f corription. Everything known to
ibn medical faculty was tried in vain. I be
care a ntore wreok. At tima could not lift
my hands to my bead, could not turn in bed;
was in constant pain, and looked upon life
s it curpe. No relitef or ure in ton years. In
3680 ESI heard of the Cutioura Renioaes, uod
tle m, and was perfectly cured "
Sworn to before U. 1. Coin J. D. Crawford.
ONE OF THE WORST CA ES.
We have been selling your Cutloora Rome.
diee for years, and have the first complaint
. t-t to receive from a purchaser. One of the
worst cases of sorofula I ever saw was oared
by the tme of five bottles Outioura Resolvent,
I tlcura and Lutlioura doap. TeSoap tak is
ihe "cs o ' here s a nedicinat soap.
TAYLOR & TAYLOR, Druggists,
VARI00iSE) BORE LEJG3.
By wife used the Cutioura Remedies for a
f-ore leg. caused by varicose veins, with on.
liro al.d perfect satisfaction. Mrs. John
Ftaberty was also cured of a sore leg of long
at r.dirg by the same treatment.
JOHN M. OOPERI, i)ruggtst,
are sold every where. Price: Cutloura, 50o;
I uticura loap, 25e; Cutlcura Resolvent, $L.
Pitepared by the POT Dr.t, RUG AND
OH EMICAL COMPANY, Boston.
Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases."
Pimples, Hlackheads. f3Ain Blemishes and
Baby Humors, use atilora Soap.
tiostof the disoases wlich afflict mankind are origin.
ally caused by a distrderod condition of t Io L IV E R.
For nl complaints of this kmd, such as Torpidity of
the Liver, Biliousness, Nervos DytspopFia, Indigos
tion, Irrogubrity of thd Bowols, Constipation. Flatu.
bnoy.- Eructations nnd Burning of the Stomach
(sometimes called iIeartibrn). Minsma, Malaria,
Bloody lux, Chillo and Fverr, Brunkbono Fover,
Exhaustion bofore or +;ftor Fevers. Chronic Diar
rhtea, Loss of Appetito, Hetadachlo, Foul Breath,
Irregularities incide ntnI to Females. Bearing-dowt
bu""t SA _ jlld f LIVER,
STOMACHa nd BOWELS.
It changes th coinloxixim fromn a waxy, yellow
tinge, to a ruddy, h ealthly color. It. eutirly removos
low, gloomy snirits, It is ono .>( tho BEST AL
TERATIVES and PURIFIERS OF THE
BLOOD, and is A VALUABLE TONIC.
For sala by all Druggists. 1'rico t.00 par bottle.
C. F. STADIUE I, Proprietor,
14Q $0. FRONT' S"T., Philladelnhti-. Pn
JROWIN , MULSE, Dr. H. BAlER, Wholo
t;ale Atents for Charleston,,. 0.
A WORD ABOUT DATARRIs
"It Is the mucous membratie,that wonder
1ul rt-miifluiid envelopo surrouudihg the doll.
cztc tistuec of the air and food passages, that
Canturrh rzal:es its stronghold. Oncoestab
)ithed, it t,ats into the very vitals, and ron.
dars life bat a long--drawn breath ofrmniory
erd disease, dulling the s-ense of hearing,
tram melling the po wer of spe 'ch, destroying
t he facunly of smell, tainting the breath and
s lilling the refined plen,sures of Iraito. Insil
10us1y, by creepling (on from m. stin 1)1e cold in
t he head, it ssaults line nuem bransouis lining
find CatOlops the bones, eating i.nrnugh the
delicate coats and causing inflamm-uton
sioughing and doa.h. NothIng ahort, of totad
era dication wvill scure health to t,ne patient,
and all allevIates are siinply procra,tt,inq,ted
sutll'rJI ,leadling to a faItal termluation.
BA.NI'OleD'B RIUAL CULLE, by inhala
tion and by internal administration, has
Dover failed; even when the disease has made
irightful inroads nn delicate coOnt,itutions,
hearina, smell and tae have been rcov
er ad, and the disaease thor'ouglnly driven oat,"
tlA>FORD'S IRADIOA[, C E c~ioOnsista of
ono bot tle of the tsadical Cure, one box Ca
term hal Solvent and one Jamproved I,nhater,
eaty wrapped in one package, with fall di
POTI'E.I DRIUG & CH EMICAL (3O.,
hrt.P1ains, Numbn,esa, Lameness, Sore
ness, )iaeking (Congh, Ih>ilictilt Brert.hlng.
Afslhron, Plenuriy and Iuflammation of the
lr ciortslMuscles instantly relitved and as
isted to a speedy care by that now, original
and infaliwbe antidote to pain and inflarn
pation, the CUTlICilR&I ANTi'-PAl N PL&S.'
[I'CR. At. drnggists 2ncc; five for $1; or post
'ge fre of Poiter Drug andI (nmeal, Co.,
CIV.IL ENGINEECR AND SURVEYOR,
42 BnOAr) tTIixEET, .IHARLESTa'oN, H. C.
Will gtive attention to general EN&f
lEER ING and BUJRVEYINGo, also prospect
ing for Phesphiates. Will furnish Plans and
Ipeoc flcat ions for Buildings and superintend
ho const.ruction of the same. Owning ox
tinsively the entire papers of Jolhn A. Mi
bel. Rt. K. Payne. R.Q,. Pinckneoy. John
3iamond, Wmn. Hume and imone & Rowe,
'urveyors, together with a three-fourths in-.
erest in the Forcoll & Parker papers, hasg
peolal facilit.ies for relocating old lines,
Islillsteos andi Mfill Sluppliesol
alt kinds. Imrproving waLet
powers a speolaity (however
* . Smal ll s warrantpd to
make 'best table meal. Prices
greatly reduced. Write us and
* , yeou wilibe a sirprisied at our low
ofprices for anything aboute a mill
- .A.AeLoah &r.Atlana.aa'
LOCAL AGENTS WANTED
FOR THEl NEW
Fu .'f un, Sense and Nonsense. T wo i)ol.
are per year, with Dictionary free. Liberal
dnduemnents. Send 5 cenls for sample. Ad.
reins Comic Weekly, 14 Ohambers ct., N. Y .
4 J. J. COOAN' 54
PAINTING AND REPAIRING ROOFS.
All work gilarantead.
Oflice 5d Washington street.
- I PTT STRLuT. CJharleston, H. 0.
'rprietora Remiey's Point Pot,ry Yards.
Plymouth Rocks, Light Brahmas, White
nd Brown Loghorns,
Charleston Poultry AssooIation ICxhibitIon
ur Birds were awarded firat, premium, s'rer
I IDESI MPROVE ROOTBE3ER,
)fl of a delicious, sparkling and wholesome
overage. Bold by all druggIsta, or sent, by
nail on receipt of 25 cents.
C. E.JIR LES
48 N. Delaware Ave..Philadelphia, 1a.
STOCK OF FINS (lUt4S,
-. bought at a elosing out sale of a large
rearm importing house, to be sold at a re
noti f r eet.Bond for Prioe List
a .BC E sanssaast,reet.
IOULDINOs, TURNINO WORE, SuROL4.
WORK, &o., &c.
TONWUE+ AND GROOVE 1WOI1N(} AND
All Styles of Weather-Boardingl
PLANE%D AND WORKED LUMBER O'
' Write or call for Prices.
M1IL3 AND YARD, LYNCH STRIEET,
BALESROOM1, 20 and 22 HAYNE ST.,
Charleston, S. C.
E-. 3Em. WLl .a.X-im.
An excellent appetlzing tonic of exquisite
flavor, now used over the whole world. Unres
Dpepsa, Dlarrhoa, Fever and Agno, and
allndlaorders of the Diges1 ive Organs. A few
drops impart a delicious flavor in a glass of
obampagno and to all summer drinks. Try
it, and beware of counterfeits. Ask your
grocer or dru git for the genulno artiole,
nanieoturod by Dr. J. (4. J3. 1IEGERT d&
J. W. W UPIERMANN, Sole Agent,
51 BROADWAY, N. Y.
THE BEST LAMP IN TRE WORLD.
80 CANDLE POWER.
O. W. STILES,
Shows and Soils them at
163 MEETING ST., CHARL.ESTON, S. C.
COOKING STOVES CHEAP.
Marble and Slate Mantels. Korosene
Stoves, (all styles.) Refrigerators, 0001.
era and Ice Cream Freezers. Stylish
Toiletto Sets. Pumps, Load and
Iron Pipes.: Sheet Lead, Sheet
Copper and Zine. Wood, TIn
and ;.0ranttewaro. . Hos&
nud Hose Reels.
18 BROA I) STIR ET,
Charlagtonq H. 0.
DRESS1:D AND UNJ)IRE3ED LUMER,
SHINGLES, BRICKS, WOOD, d
KIN DLJNG IJLOCK3 at 95c per Load I)
livered. For sale at Lowest Pricon at
C. J. SCHLEPEGRELL & SONS'
F.Tk:AM, HAW AND tLANI AI1i.b
Offices 528 RIng and 37 Line stroot.
Solo agents for Augusta and Dolaiglo Jrilk
POTATOES FOR SEE)'
POTATOES FOR S3ErE D
POTATOES F~OR SEED I
1300 Barrele Choice EARL~Y ROSE.
500 H-arreta Choice Peerless.
30~0 Unrrels Beauty of Heobron.
100 Barrels Ouodrich.
100 Barirels ifnow flake.
The above are all guaranteed Xtraight .'fe
Stock, wIthout. Mixture, In Round IIood
llar uLJ. Sono;I quotations to
105 EAST SlAY.
MILD, MELLOW, AND DEUCIOUS
Tho poenlinr mn'dlein il i qniitie of WVhiskey distilind
fror th pn. i grw iih o Ryn ini i un renwe Vle
of t ie. 1 n, l. ie'v 11: t~iIh . otn of
i tt nc a very igh~ pw,.ition 'unong
IV 5to i||| tm lhUiipn anicirn|'"""
Old Reserve Whiskey, - . $18.00
Ulnrivallmd IUpper-Ten Whiskey, 15. 00
Brunswhk Club Wiskey, - 42.00
i f yin cennot nhinein theseW Whddi. fr()fn your Gre.
c'r, w'owall,.1 e o t' s ok raticJ. .. I<m Acired Le.
tAer, or Pr t Oiike~ Moe y O rd er, or 1.O.D. if diesirotd;
tl .ivc la .11tre ).ir tiiI l e l. r t e i* 'lnrg
an. b,y f iTht t" rilny l.:e rt <-f thee tl. H. (pro'inld).
For EX('iet.tlN('u . JP 1I''TVand, EVEN
A 1'hN,e iieet, i t staturni Ilivor nutd tino
In ntI ,a et tiu a i er oe t I er reLlanL a
our (expone.e.( Oorrcespondenlo Pleicid
H.& H.W. CATH ER WOOD
SNEW ORK OFF~lIfI -If; MUeTJ' WJ.IAMi ST.
ONLY BOTTLERS OF
BEREGLNER & ENGEL'S
The Rost and Purest, in t,he World.
SA RA P'ARLI LA
AND (A[NL*tIc A1Jg.
Rtemember that above HEERSi are ilottled
by.ats exolesively, and you cannot buy them
Irom anyone else,
JAMES COSGIROVE & SON,
67 AND 50 MARKET STRRCT,
______ UhrAnRLaTON, . .
D AM &REMRRT
fTOVES, MAGT4A. GNTI FEDICH
LEAD AND lEON PIEPE, SUH T LEAD,
JOPl.AR AND ZINo, RoONOLIi TINe, TINWA aN.
All kinds of Plumbing Work, Rlooflirg. t
ering and TIn Work g6n orally promptly at.
elided to by the most eareful and experi.
A DALIOIOUS !
A SOLD EVERYWX3
MAKES DELICIOUS BREA
FOR SALE D
To purchabers in Charleston and vloin
buying in the city, the subscribor ofrors,
privilege of FIFTEEN DAYH' TRIAL and
l.NTRUMENT1. The Special Agenoy 0
BTEINWAY, BAZELTON, E M E R H(
These Instruments are oi1bred at loi
the advantage also of hearing and tostl
stead, therefore, of adding to the Cost of i
livery in Good Order, Free of Chargo,
Home Patronage. Every Instrument v
unsrt'saotory. OIttANi in overy style a
cha. rleomto3m P'ais.
KING ANI) BE)
P A 1I
The many facii1ti1s for doing this nli
which we offer the Material, loavos no
antces of your House. We have MI
and outside work, ===.a I
walls, and READY-MIXED PAINT.S
Stock of the leading brands of English a
OIL1 for all purposes, HIJtU 311E, GLA
we have a largo and; varied Stock to sol
STOVES '1IN '#A
Kitchen and Stove Utons
A large ahbortment of (COOKINO TOV
IScnd for Cuts and Prices.
128 MEETING STREE~T, Dl
P. 0. BOX 410.
PIA NOS A
W O21C1.'0 .E
New PIA NOS from $210 and upward,
New OHGIANS from p24 and upward.
great, saving in prices, Writ to us for Bern
T HE CHARL E!
284 KING AND E
Choice Lauyer Itaistus, per box..$3 25 to $4
Rai sins, porilb.....18, 15, 18, 25 and
R ai sins, boxes..............1 00 to 2
Curranta, per lb...... ..........
Cit ron, per lb................
Lemon kee, per lb..........
Orane Peel, per lb.........
P'ecens er lb.......................10 to
N ix ed utI4, per lb....................,.
CThoice Drie d Figs, per lb.........2 to)
Choite Dried Figs, per box........0 to 1
Evaporated Pears, per lb..............
Evaporated Peaches, per lb.....,.......
Evapor ated Apri cots, por lb..............
Evaporat ed Apiles, peor lb...,...........
Mala ~a Grapes, per 1I.................,,
Crane erries, per quart,..................
Ful1l Assortument of' Liquors at
EF- Keep a sharp lookout for Nx~w A~
Drayasge Froof Paokcii
C HAR L I
WritA to the Domi
0. S. PIl1
MACHIINISTS', ENGINEIERS' AN
[T'Z .... .. ii t
3R EAEFAST DIBSI.
[E I E IN PAO AG1S,-e
LF RAISING FLOUR
D, BISCUIT, LIGHT PASTRY, &o
R INSTANT USE.
Y ALL GROOIERS,
L. I\T O !,
In C1O,icT = " -E.A-ra . -
Ity Who desire to encourage Home Trade, b1
at modtrato prices and on easy terms, witl*
01 the following APPIOVED AND UFALIABLI
N FIHCIZA4 AND GROVESTEEN tQUARiin
vor Prices than can be obtained elsewhere, witia
ig the quality of Tone before Purchasing, In4
ray lug Insurance, Freight, Unpacking and De.
all theso extra expenser are avoided in seourldg
var ranted for 0 years, to be exchanged If foun
nd sold on same torns, 1end for Priees am
= C:W-tc%1 MRmio Exo.z
Sit ED 181
LU FAIN STREE TS.
I T I N C
W IN ORDER.
us of work, and the extremely Low Pricos at
ox cuse whatever for negleting the appear..
LX WELL'S P1EPA1JwED (YM1'sUM for Insido
FINIS AND KALSOMINE for tinting
of all shades. in addition to our regulat
ud American WHITEI.EAD, ZL[NO3, OOLO1g
' and a full line of PAINTEItt MATEliA,
sot from, and olrer the best goode at lowest
S TON, S. C.
E PHERD& GO.g
ES kNv TINNRS' SUPPLIES.
i1s and House Furnishing Goods.
ES at. WholeraJo Pricem,
lE DORF SOUTH OF HIASEL,A
CHiARtL ETON, 8. 0,
N D ORuAN.
)M TH Ec
o mt a r,
In eluding a good Stool, E!mbroidered Covor aug
HI EIGHT PAll),
tNo rnIrr w h al FPight amnd gaat
3 O EYSTREETS,
Wh,ole p0ta4 $3, M Imoti hOc., pots 4
15 Presecrves and J,a",--mrosso & Bilack,
Well, in ghmidH .!ars-viz: Jtasphorry,
10 Plum, Htrawberry, (Goosehorry, Blaalk
10 (urrnt, JIed CUrrant anh Green
0Red Currant, Green (Gago, Goosoborry,
0 Cr2~m & ";imlgoi j"a."" -arin
0 l d e, glar.A jarn................1
Castel & Ilrownm's Marmalade, 1 ihb
R trots.,....... .... ............1
ro Cooin Wu,.e, per* gallOmn.....
IwetOder, por,m gaiion..........1
Tabiile 1M ines~ for theas HiaI&ys.
o COURaIEn deiPe1~,rn)Nn (or nertsix ogks
Fg14re B9amrpleu I os
PH ATE CO.,
S T ON, S. C.
mea ny for part leulars.
8 SOR TO
I HOOD &~ CO.,
r1 ER IN
D~ PHOSPHATE SUPPIESJ?, BIAR TRO1N
* ing~ street,
S TON, f, 0,