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Thursday Morning. Dec isl 18?8.
The latest news from Eastern
Europe is of a more pacific obarao
ter. Some of the mest scssatio?al
despatches, received several days ago,
.are contradicted. The Greek
steamer Erosis has not been sank by
tho Turks; the Turkish Embassador
has not left Athens, nor the Greek
Embassador Constantinople. The
Greeks, moreover, it is now asserted,
are by no means unanimous in favor
of war; for while the Athenians are
exultant over the warlike prospoot,
tho deputations from Nauplla, Pa?
iros, Corfu and Corinth, protest
against a war policy as being ruinous
to the interests of Greece. A still
w^htier argument in favor of the
maintenance of penco is the una?
nimity of the great powers in coun?
seling both Turkey and Greeco to
come to terms. Greece has been ad?
vised that sho cannot rely on Russia,
which limits itself to insisting on
greater moderation on tho part of
the Turks, and she is now reported
to be ready for a compromise.
MENARD, 4'THB MAN AND BROTHER."
Menard is indignant nt the manner
in which his cano hus been turned
over to the Committee on Elections.
He regards the professions of radi?
calism, of regard for the "man and
brother," ss hollow and hypocritical,
and intends, on his return to Louisi?
ana, to report his treatment to his
?''colored constituents." We subjoin
the account of his casu by tho cor?
respondent of the Baltimore Gazelle:
"Menard, the negro member eleot
to Congress, is indignant to-day at
the manner in which tho radicals
disposed of his case. Ho was elected
only for the residue of the present
Congress, which expires on the 4th
of March, and be says the reference
of his caso to the Committee on
Elections he regards as equivalent to
his rejection, and that he shall so re?
port to his colored constituents in
Louisiana. Menard further says that
tho whole thing was an experiment,
on bis part, to test the sincerity of
thoso who were proclaiming negro
equality. He could have secured the
nomination for the next Congress,
but he thought it bost to accept an
election for the fraotion of the pre?
sent Cougress, as a test whether n
negro was a 'man and brother.'
Mr. Sypher, it appears, had agreed
to urge his claims to n seat under the
rulo heretofore observed, that the
'broad seal' voa prima facie evidence
suflioieut to seat the holder. Bul
when his credentials wore presented
this morning, Menard, who was pre
sent in the Rouse, had the mortifica
tion to soe his case go to the Com
m itt co on Elections without a wore
of comment or discussion, as if by s
preconcerted arrangement and under
standing among tho radicals. Thu:
ends tho first effort of American citi
zens of African descent to be re pre
seuted in Congress."
Tho attempt to drive the Sou then
people into overt acts o? resistant*!
aud disorder still continue, in th
face of ibo promised peuce b> 1>
brought about by the election o
General Grant. In Arkansas a mili
tia general coolly seizes upon citizc:
hostage, imprisons them over
powder magazine, and threatens t
blow them up if intefercd with in hi
lawless acts. Beside this, tho Legit
(attire entertains a bill making i
felony to belong to a political ussoci;
TUE CENSUS.-The following is tl:
result of tho census of the Unite
States, taken during 18G7, by tl]
Bureau of Statistics through tL
agency of tho revenue officers, an
Six Now England States-white
3,480,397; colored, 30,701. Tota
Five Middle States -whites, 9,072
?47; colored, 352,460. Total, 9,425
Thirteen Southern Stales - white
6,764.028; colored, 3,884 :\'o? Tota
Thirteen Western and Pacil
Hates-whiles, 12,356,081; coloree
.?i, 170. Total, 489,950.
Niuo Territories-whites, 435,77
r\;lorod, 54,176. Total, 489,950.
Total number of people in tl
United States in 1807-whites. '.VI
109,820; colored. 4,408,371. Tot?
36,743,108. Total in I860-white
'26,975,570; colored, 4,469,505. T
Thc smuggling case, lately disc
vered in Now York, turns out
havo uuexpocied limeusions, and
.involve unexpected parties. Frau
t? a quarter of a milliou dollars ha'
already been traced to a singlo fin
????l tho guilty par tiefe, iu or out
til? Custom House, ?io not yet see
to bo all brought to light.
NOTHEHG H=w UNDER TIT* Sun.-Ia
a lecture upon "The Lost Arta,"
Wendell Phillips ?aid, the ether doy,
in Nev York, that of some 800 dia
tingaiihed stories published in the
English language, the plots of folly
250 were invented thousands of years
before the Christian era. Newspaper
jokes were of remarkable antiquity.
The stories put on the Irish were
mostly all Greek stories. Joe Mil?
ler's Jokes, instead of being 200
years old, were fully 2,000 years old.
He next in turn showod the antiquity
of glass, the telescope, the steam en?
gine, making steel from iron, the
balloon, tomb-stone, electric tele?
graph, revolving pistols, breech
loading guns, and other inventions.
He, in fact, could find nothing-not
even sherry cobblers, which wfiro
made in the time of Aristophanes
new under the sun except the daguer?
reotype and the priuting press. In
conclusion, ho showed how the old
arts became lost through hiding
knowledge in the bosoms of kings,
and priests and the upper castes;
through using it as th j sceptre of
tyrants, and to overawe the masses of
the peoplo kept in ignorance and ser?
It being a natural result of the
Alaska purchaso that tho ladies of
the United States should desire a
knowledge of tho prevailing fashions
among their sister citizenesses, wo
rejoice in being able to afford the in?
formation. The body dress consists
of equal portions of fnrs and dirt,
arranged to snit tho tasto of tho
wearers. Tho married ladies all wear
silver rings in their noses, and
needles through their lower lips,
while elderly Indies add to these ir
resistable charms by tho addition of
a "stopper," whatever that is,
in the upper lip. Their amusements
are an yet restricted to gambling and
drinking whiskey. The law of divorce
is rendered unnecessary in Alaska,
from a habit thev have of getting
married for a n limited number of
o^onths, consideration for which is
payable in fish bones, whale oil and
junk. As tho doctrino of perfect
equality is soon to prevail, a little
information upou this point cannot
bo considered out of place, tho New
Orleans Times thinks.
REM ARK anu? TOPOGRAPHY.-A very
remarkable feature in the topography
of the country, presents itself in Wise
County, Virginia. At or near Pound
Gap, on tho Kentucky side, is a
mountain, about four miles in cir?
cumference, at its buso; in tho mouu
tain, bend four rivers, flowing in
different directions, nearly corres?
ponding with the four cardinal points
of tho compass. Tho four springs
cnn bo seeu nt ono view from tho top
of this mountain, and they are nearly
equi-distant from each other, soy a
mile apart. These rivers are: Tho
Guest River, flowing South into the
Clinch; tho Liekfork of the Ken?
tucky, running West; Cumberland
River South und the Pound River
North into tho Sandy. They flow
through four States, and aro tributa?
ry to the Ohio River.
[ Lo u is ville Co uriel''Jo ur uni.
A writer in tho Boston Congrega?
tionalist speaks of n parish up in
Berkshire Count}', "that lins not been
ashamed to employ a faithful, labo?
rious, gorily pustor, for tho amazing
sum of $200 per annum, since April,
1854, till last spring, when they de?
cided to turn him out to 'pasture,' i>s
being too old to answer their pur?
pose any longer. He is guilty of the
crime of being sixty-three years old,
i brother grad nato of Dr. Todd, but
five years his junior." The Spring-?
fluid Republican fears Hiero are n
great many parishes around the j
country equally menu, and ii ought i
A petition is in circulation for Ino
pardon of Jeff. Davis, and all others
under presentment or indictment for
having been engaged in tho rebel?
lion. Thus far, we believe, it has
only been signed by D?mocratie j
members of Congress; but there aro ,
a great many others who would hoi
very glad to see an end put to this
dismal farce of trying to impose on
tho public, by pretending to wish to !
try Davis, or anybody else, in this
matter. It is time tho curtain had
fallen.-New York Times.
A young mun ran away from his
parental roof live years ago, and grad?
ually sank until lie be found himself
in tbs guurd house in Charleston.
Among the articles bo owned was a
watch, winch, while in the possession
of the police, was accidentally seen
by tlic lather, who thus discovered
bia long lost sou. Tho watch was a
present to the young man in other,
? earlier, happier days, and by retuiu
' mg that memento cf bis boyish home
i he has been restored to his family.
TUNNEL UNDER THU HUDSON.-It
is reported that tho Erio railway is
about to construct a tunnel under
tho Hudson River, to connect tho
shores of New Jersey aud New York.
The plans and specifications of tho
work havo been prepared, and ope?
rations, it is anticipated, will bel
commenced uoxt spring. The tunnel,
it is estimated, will cost about $3,000,
000, and will bo completed in two
and a half years.
Some follows never pay a debt ex
i cept when they owo a grudge.
Boira FETJOH.-Of all painful things
can there be any so excruciatingly
painful as & bone felon ? Wo know
of none that flesh is heir to, and as
this malady is quite frequent and the
subject of much earnest considera?
tion, we give the latest recipe for its
cure, which is given by that high au?
thority, t lio Loudon Lan cet: "As soon
as the pulsation which indicates the
disease is felt, put directly over the
spot a fly blister, abont the size of
your thumb nail, and let it remain
for six hours, at the expiration of
which, directly under the surface of
the blister may be seen the felon,
which can be instantly taken out with
tho point of a needle or a lancet."
The French and English journals
aro onrrnged in discns?i?ig tho ".-.peck
of war" on the Eastern horizon,
which is daily growing larger. They
have como to the conclusion that
Greece opened the ball by firing
upon the Turkish men of-war.
Senator Ferry is confident that his
amnesty bill will pass the Senate by
a small majority; but he fears that he
may not carry a two-thirds vote, tho
Southern Senators being nt present
almost unanimous against it.
A negro attempted to violate the
person of a white lady, near Browns?
ville, Tennessee, lost Monday night,
but waa foiled in the attempt. The
next morning ho was found hanging
to a tree, near the scene of the out?
SENSIMJE.-The telegraph rates
throughout Canada have been re?
duced over one-half. A despatch can
now bo sent from New York to Mon?
treal for Hf ty cents.
Thc elections for members of thc
Spanish Cortes are progressing quiet?
ly, and n monarchy will bo the pro?
bable form of government.
. a A COTTAGE HOUSE, oontaiuiug
fSB* four rooms, with kitchen, out-houses,
' M within one square of Charlotte
Depot. A i >ply at thia Ortice._Dec 24
j. A FINE lot of young Kentucky
Iftfo^^ MULEH. They may be seen at
Y*^B Mr. Charles Logan's lot, corner
?tmmOf of donate and Assembly (streets.
_ Dec 24 G* W. S. TALBOTT.
Don't forget to attend the Splendid
Raffle for Christmas Oakes, THIS
EVENING, at 7 o'clock, at the Con?
fectionary of JOHN H. HEISE.
Dec 24 _1__
MY PLANTATION, situated on Broad
Div* r, abont ten milos above Colum?
bia. It is good Corn and Cotton land.
For further particulars address me
through tho Post Oftice.
Dec 24 7? _VVVP. BOOKTBIt.
TIIE next term of the sub?
scriber's school will commence
g=.on MONDAY, January ll, and
^continuo twentv-livo weeks, till
'FRIDAY, July 2.
In.-ti net ion will bo given in
tho afternoons and evenings to pupils of |
either sex, in English Branches, Mathe?
matics, Ancient Claseics and Modern Lan?
guages. Students prepared for tho Uni?
versity. Applv at corner Camden and
Eickens streets. NV. MULLER.
HONEY! HONEY! !
QA GALLONS of Clear EAST INDIA
OV/ HONEY, inst recoived at
Dec 15 Bj* H. POI,LAUD'S.
WI 1.1 J
?.. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
Di C 20
ELDER FLOWER SOAP,
LILAC FLOWER SOAP,
L UBIN'S SO A P ,
For sib- by E. E. JACKSON.
Dec 1!) <i
Marsh Mallows, Jujube Paster,
M it, Cayenne and Ginger LOZENGE
1. 100 H. E. JACKSON.
m? FRENCH AND ITALIAN
Lbs. of delicious Cream Fruits
OUU CREAM CHOCOLATE, CHEAM
COCOANUT, CORDIAL AM? GUM DROPS.
Also, a large assortment of Moise's cele?
brated STICK CANDIES. This ' candy is
mad-of the very best quality of Crush
Sugar,and is highly appreciated for its
? rion, delicate davor. Nono moro pure or
better In tho world. At
Doc 15 OT* E. POLLARD'S. _
THE COTTAGE HOUSE, near the
Arsenal, occupied at present by Mr.
J. A. Doarmon. Possession given
1st Januarv. Apply to
Dec 0 mth T. J. A II. M. GIBSON.
rnUE M18SES ST ARK will receive Board
I_ era-or R?nt their boneo. Inquire
East cud of Sonate street. Dec 17 thin*
A Western paper gives itself the
following pleasant obituary notice,
on Thanksgiving day: "?o paper
will be issued from this office to-mor?
row-nor any other day." The
sheriff's officers were aronnd.
Several thousand brides are hon?y
mooning in New York, and they say
they like it.
Foot passengers now cross the
Hudson river on ice at Albany.
Gibraltar has been visited by an
Acacia Lodge No. 94, A.. F.*. M.".
A A REGULAR COMMUNICATION
<Jr\fn,t Acacia Longo No. 94, A. F. M.,
/^^will bo hold, at Masonic Hall, Tn la
(Thursday) EVENING, at 7 o'clock.
Tho monibers are requested to bo punc?
tual, Ut, thia io ?he night for mu election ol
officers to servo the ensuing Masonic vear.
Bv order of the W. M.
J. LEE DIXON,
Deo 24 1 Secretary pro few?.
Columbia Lodge No. 108, A. F. M.
IM AN EXTRA COMMUNICATION
^rf7Aof Columbia Lodge No. 108, A. F.
%] r* M.. will be hold, at Masonic Hall,
*??] THIS EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
'ihn Ofticors elect, to serve the ensuing
Maanrjio year, will be in*tailed.
By order of tho W. M.
Dec 24 1_J. C. B. BM ITH. Sec'y.
Richland Lodge No. 38, A.F.M.
k\ AN EXTRA COMMUNICATION
^%fof Richland Lodge, No. 39, A. E.
/^^\M.. will be held, at Masoni? Hall,
THIS EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
The Officers olect, to serve the ensuing
Masonic vear, will be installed.
Bv order of tho \V. M.
Dec 24 1 _ R. TOZER. Sec'y.
True Brotherhood Lodge No. 84.
A AN EXTRA 0 ?MMUNICATION
'wf^'of True Brotherhood Lodge No. 84.
/^^A. E. M., will bo held, at Masonic
Hall, THIS EVENING, at S o'clock.
Tho Officers elect, to serve tho ensuing
Masonic vear, will be installed.
By order of the VV. M.
Dec 24 1 TH Od. 1'. WALKER, Sec'y.
3THITHER on Senate or Sumter street,
li a small JET BROOCH, diamond
shaped, with * pearl net. It in valued on
account of associations. The tinder will
bc rewarded bv leaving it at this ofliee.
THE subscriber is now opening a rich
and beautiful assortment of CHINA,
Bohemian, Bisque, Lava, Parian and
Plated Gooda, suitable to tho approaching
season. W. B. STANLEY.
Christmas and New Year's
Presents for Young and Old !
AVARIETY OF JUVENILE BOOKS
Fino and cheap editions of Hie Stand?
ard POETICUi WORKS, british and Ame?
rican: Photograph ALBUMS, (SO stylos,)
from 75 cent? tp ?12.00. STEREOSCOPES,
and Pictures to match; CHROMOS, beau?
tiful; Foreign ENGRAVINGS; Rosewood
and Mahogany Writing Dt^ks; Portfolios
Work Boxes, all ei/.ee; Gold Pencils; Gold
Pens: Ink-stands; rocket Knives;} Diaries
for 1809, (very neat;) also, a new variety of
Methodist, Lutheran, Presbyterian and
Baptist HYMN BOOKS; Episcopal and
Catholic Prayer Books; Fine Pocket and
Family BIBLES, Ac, from England, all
stylos, jost received, at
BRYAN A McC ARTE R'S
Dec 22 10 Book Store.
Charlotte and S. 0. Eai?road Co.
COLL'Min A, S. C.. December 22, 1SG8.
HOLDERS of Bonds of this Company,
maturing January 1, 1SG9, also, of
Coupons which matured prior to January
1, 1808, are iuvited to fund them in SEVEN
PERCENT. COUPON BONDS. Tho Trea?
surer is prepared to issue the new Bouda,
and where fractions of $500 occur, Frac?
tional Bonds, bearing 7 per cent, interest,
will bo issued therefor
This Company baarodeemed its Coupons
which matured on and subsequent to Jan?
uary 1, 1808, and will continue to do so as
they mature, at tim Carolina National Bank
in t?iis city, and at tho First National Bank,
Charlotte N. C. C. H. MANSON,
Di c 22 0 Treasurer.
WATCHES, S?.EEYH HUTTONS,
FINGER RINGS, S'il'?.?, ETC.
SELLING LOW AT
Dec 22 Sign of tho Green Specks.
For Sale or Rent
A COMMODIOUS HOUSE, on Lau
Rufllcl street. Applv to
L^JI E. vr. MCMASTER,
No. 5 Law Range, Columbia, S. C.
Dec 20 _ _
Come ! Come ! ! Come ! ! !
(1 ET your Christmas Groceries:
X RAISINS. Currants. Nuts,
Citron, Spices, Jellies,
Oranges, Lemons, Prunes.
Finest Hams in North America,
Smoked Salmon and Tongues,
Pickled Trout and Pig's Feet.
VU WHISKEY, (real Peat Rcok.J
Pure Froneh Brandy,
Newark Cider, ?V.c., Ac.
For salo by GEO. SYMMERS.
Dec 20 *
5AAA EMPTY CORN BAGS.
?VJ Wv/ 500 Empty Flour and Po?
tato Barr?le. FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Stop in at the Pollock House and
inspect the elegant articles of jewelry
to be disposed of by raffle-hand?
some gold watches, chains, rings, etc.
Mr. Heise, at Shiver's old stund,
announces his annual raffle of cakes
and fancy articles. A small invest?
ment may draw a largo prize.
McKenzie's Christmas tree attract?
ed a large crowd last night-and de?
servedly too. It will be illuminated
The Clerk of tho Market, requests
us to say that tho market will be kept
open all day and until 8 o'clock to?
night; but will bo closed to-morrow,
(Christmas.) The meat market wil!
bc closed until Monday.
The ladies and gentlemen of Co?
lumbia are invited to be present at
tho Baptist Church, Christmas morn?
ing, at ll o'clock, to witness the dis?
tribution of gifts from the Christmas
tree, to tho scholars conncctod with
the Sabbath school.
ST. JOHN'S DAY.-Sunday next, the
27th instant, is St. John's Day, an
occasion viewed with so much impor?
tance by the Masonic fraternity
everywhere. The officers of tho dif?
ferent lodges in Columbia will.be in?
stalled this evening.
Mr. Pollard is up and doing. He
invites parents, brothers, sisters
and sweet-hearts desiring to extend
tho compliments of the season to
those they love best, to pay him a
visit-confident that he cnn please
all comers. Ho is located nearly
opposite the Davis Bow.
Rumor says that Gov. Scott has de?
clined to issue the bonds of the State
for the redemption of tho bills of the
Bank of the State, on the ground
that the assets of the bank are not
yet in his possession. The Act of
the Legislature authorizing the issue
of these bonds, provides that the assets
shall be placed .in tho hands of tho
The January number of The Land
We Love contains its usual variety of i
interesting matter. Among the con-|
tents we find: The Capture of Fort
DeRussy; Tho Humors of Sydney
Smith; Review of Buchanan's Poems;
The Value of Trees; The Valley Ma?
nuscript; About Beggars; Noted
Churches of Paris, and other reada?
We havo received from tho pub?
lishers, Messrs. Geo. P. Rowell A.
Co., New York, a specimen sheet of
a new work, which they will shortly
issue, entitled the "American News?
paper Directory," containing accu?
rate lists of all the newspapers and
periodicals published in the United
States and Territories, and tho do?
minions of Canada, and British Co?
lonies of North America; together
with a description of the towns and
cities in which they aro published, it
will prove valuable to advertisers und
newspaper mon. Thc price of a bound
copy will be
HEARTH ASH HOME.-These good
old English words appear beforo us,
ns the title of a new illustrated jour?
nal, commenced this week by Potten
gill, Bates & Co., 37 Park How, New
Yoik. The first number is elegant
in design and typographical execu?
tion, while tho literary contents pre?
sent a rich and varied feast for tho
mind. Thc picture by Nest, of chil?
dren discovering Old Santa Claus, is
a gem of newspaper illustration. Tho
proprietors intend to blend thu uso
ful with the merely ornamental, and
their initial copy gives evidence of
many good things in atoro for their
patrons. The subscription price is
Si per annum.
CASH. -Our terms arc strictly cash.
If an advertisement is to be inserted,
hand over tho money; if a paper is j
subscribed for, tho money must ac?
company the order-otherwise no
attention will bo paid to them. This
is a rulo which will be adhered to.
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. -The post
oilice open during the week from 8>?
a. m. to 6 p. m. On Sundays, from
.4 to 5 p. m.
Tho Charleston and Western mails
are open for delivery at 5 p. m., and
close at 8% p. m. Charleston night
mail open 8% a m., close 1% p. rn.
Northern-Open for delivery at
&y? a. m., closes at 2.45 p. m.
Greenville-Open for delivery ?
p. m., oloses at 8}4 V'm
SUPREME COURT.-Tho following
decisions ware rendered yesterday
Joshua Gunter ads. the State.
John Shnmpert ada. the State.
Lewis Dial vs. Mabra Madden.
Martin Bailey and Charles Bailey
ads. the State. Motion dismissed.
Charles R. Carroll, executor, vs.
Grace Alston et cd. Decree rendered
and remanded to Chancellor.
Efl McGowan ads. tho State. Mo?
William Hood, State Treasurer,
ad*. Isaac W. Hayne, Attorney-Gen?
eral. Order and peremptory manda?
Charles Madsen vs. the Phoenix
Fire 1 insurance Company of Brook?
lyn, L. I. Motion dismissed.
D :*ions in the other cases heard
rendered nt .the next meeting
ui tho Conrt; among them the State
ex rel. Gilbert Pillsbury et al. vs. the
Acting Board of Aldermen Of the city
Tho Court took a recess until Jan?
uary ?, 1869.
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT, Dis?
trict of South Carolina.-Sitting at
Columbia, November Term, 1868.
Hon. GEOROE S. BRYAN, District
Judge, presiding. Tuesday, Decem?
ber 22, 18G8.-Court opened at 10
Ex parte Michael Lesser. Petition
for voluntary bankruptcy. Harrison,
pro. pet. Upon motion, referred to
H. Summer, Register.
Ex parte William Watson. In re
Peter B. Glass. Petition to establish
lien. Jumes D. Tradewell, pro. pet.
On motiou, report of Register was
confirmed and order o? sale grant?
Tho following petitions to establish
liens, on motion of James H. Rion,
pro. pet., wero referred to W. J.
dawson, Esq., Register, to inquire
Ex parte H. A. Gaillard. In re Jcs.
Ex. parte H. A. Gaillard. In rd Wm.
Ec parte R. Sadler and S. IM.
Miller, el ax., in re D. D Moore. Pe?
tition to establish lien. G. W. Wil?
liams, pro. pet. Upon favorable
report of Register Clawson, the Judge
grunted order of salo.
Er parle Gilbert Garner. Petition
for voluntary bankruptcy. Melton
<fc Melton, pro. pet. On motion, re?
ferred to W. J. Clawson, Esq., Re?
Ex parle John Kennerly. Petition
as above. Hutson Jt Legare, pro.
pet. On motion, referred to R. B.
Ex parle L. R. Cogbnrn. Petition
as above. Jones & Norris, pro. pet.
On motion, referred to Register Sum?
Ex parte M. B. Waver. Petition
for voluutury bankruptcy. Jones &
Norris, pro. pet. Same order as
W. H. McCreary vs. G. and J.
Heyniun. Melton Sc Melton and
Hamilton for plaintiff. Brawley and
Haskell for defendant.
The jury charged with this case
not being ablo to agree, tho Judgo,
upon motion, ordered njmis-trial to
bo entered on the journal.
Tho Court was occupied until 8 P.
M., in hearing a motion for new
trial, in the case of tho United States
rs. Lewis Mann. Pickling it Pope,
for motion. D. T. Corbin, contra.
After argument of counsel, the mo?
tion was over-ruled.
There being no further business
for consideration, the Court adjourn?
ed to tho 1st Monday of April, 18G9,
FAST AND CHEAr PRINTING.-We
have just added a fast card press-of
the Degener Sc Weiler patent-to tho
machinery of tho Pfion?z office; and
have also madeadditions to our stock
of fancy type, carls, papor, etc.
Persons iu want of any styles of
book and job printing, aro invited to
cull and examino samples and prices.
Cards printed at shortest notice, and
at prices varying from ?3 to $10 per
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Special at
tontion is called to tho following ad?
vertisements, published for the first
time this morning:
W. S. Talbott- For Sale.
Don't Forget to Attend.
W. P. Bookter-To Rent.
W. T. Walter-Auction Hale.
Apply at this Office-To Rent.
Meeting Acacia Lodge.
Meeting Richland Lodgo.
Meeting True Brotherhood Lodge.
Meeting Columbia Lodgo.
-1 f\i\ WHOLE, HALF and QUAItTKH
JUJU Poxes Layer KAIKI NH.
1 OOO Lbs. H. ti. Almonds, Pecans, Baazil
NUTS and Filborta.
fi Boxoa Loghorn Citron,
25 Doz. English Piokles, Chow Chow
75 boxes No. 1 Canton Firo Crackore.
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