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BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1 1871. VOL. VII-NO. 102,
* ? 'OM (ju .DAB ' RwriKixwirB^Exui ji fl t? *** A
Jacksonville (XlilnoHO oorreapotbeut ol'
the St. Lonia Democrat writes as folio we :
A most remarkable and nnaooohntable
religious excitement bas existed for some?
time .past among a nnmber of ibo citi?
zens of Old Berlin, Sangamon County,
and vicinity. It seems that tbs pastor
ot the Presbyterian Obnrob of that town
became a convert to the religions dogma
Of perfect holiness and entire sanctifica?
tion, and became so absorbed in ' the
dogma, and'excited in reference thereto,
that the obnrob dismissed bim from the
pastorate' thereof. this minister then
commenced holding "sanctification
meetings" in his own dwelling, which
were attended by a small congregation of
sympathizers. These meetiugi as they
progressed beoame more intensely ex?
citing and boisterous.
The attendants became more and moro
intensified io their faith iu the doctrine
of perfect holiness, and in tho belief in
the utter vanity of all earthly posses?
sions. The minister at length olaimed
that he was hiviug revelations from
God, one of which was that the murringo
relation between a geutleraan sud bis
wife, of Berlin, was unholy, and that
God had direoted him to deliver a mes?
sage to thom commanding their immedi?
ate separation. Two wealthy farmers
who resided near the town were RU fur
oarried away by the preaching of their
minister, who they believed was God's
oracle, that one of them executed a deed
oonveying to bim -his farm, as the instru?
ment stated, "for Jesus," and tho other
gave bim 84,000 "for Jesus."
While the meetings were in progress
at the preacher's dwelling, and with the
loud singing and shouts of the crazy
fanatics ringing in ber ears, the wife of
the divine wus confined and died, and it
is believed of neglect. Finally, the sen
Bible people of Berlib became indignant
at the proceedings, and resolved to put u
etop to them. To effect this, they had,
on Friday and Saturday of last week, the
preacher taken into custody, (believing
him to be insane,) for the purpose of
haying the question of his insanity tested
before a jury. A brother of the farmer
who exeouted the deed and of tho one
who gave him the money "for Jesus,"
have taken steps to prevent the expend?
tote of tho money or the recording of
the deed.. i
There seems to be a fatality attending
valuable art collections at the present
time. But a short time ago, Warwick
Castle waa destroyed by fire, and tho fine
collection of paintings narrowly escaped.
Then' the art treasures in the palace of
the Dukes of Lorraine were burnt; and
thia was shortly followed by the burning
of one Titian's master-pieces. Now
comes the Dusseldorf gallery, in which
were stored the following nebia master?
pieces: Bohena' "Assumption," Velas?
quez's "Cardinal," Madonnas, by Gio?
vanni Bellini and Cima da Copegliano,
and . the works ol Fries, Koop, Sohn,
Achenbach? Hubner, Sohroeter, Hasen?
clever, Begas, Lessing and Knaus, but
also ?be invaluable cabinet of 15,000
original drawings by Perugino,Raphael,
Giulio, Romano, Mantegna, ' Michael
Angelo, Titian, Guido Beni, Darer, Ru?
bens, Van Dyck, Rembrautand Ponssin,
and the collection of copperplates aud
easts embracing upward ot 21,000 pieces.
A night clerk who was called np by
woman who wanted to bny "a cent'
worth of .matches," in a Lowell drug
.tore, politely told her to go where brim
atone was free.
Dissolution and New Firm.
THE Arm of CHILDS A WILEY having
been dissolved this day, by Ii. D. Camus
telling his interoat to M. L. Kut&un, tho
bnSlnees will be continued in the name ot
KIN Atti) A WILEY.
COLUMBIA, ti. C., March 28,1872.
Mardi 24_ lrao
FRESH to hand: Fxton Butter, Arrow
Root,' Cream ' Biscuit, Lunch, Win?,
Mushroom. Ao. UKO. BYMUE lt H.
mONGUES, Beef, Salmon, Breakfast Baoon,
JL Davie Hains, Bouiogna Saussage aud
Mountain Vomsou Hams.
Mardi 22, _GEO. RV MM Ell S
THESE in endlose vaiiety and alwaya
fresh. A Call aud a look over tho ?tock
will satisfy the nioBt fastidious hnrrtiekeeper
that every effort ia mad? to supply their
wauts, while assurance ia given that anything
not in storo will ho procured from first banda
on short notice.
Our slock is full in all tho other depart?
ments. Keeping ouly tho best quality of
goode. Beliing at close figures, und anxious to
do a sti idly caah buainesB, wo offer tmporior
inducements in our line.
March 23 GEO. KYMMKUS.
JUST received, a completo ?tock nf Mil I
TARY GOODS. WM. OLA/.li.
Mardi 1U imo
Norwood's Patent Cotton Planter.
PARTIES wlnhing to purchase COTTON
PLAN TE h8 will consult their inlei eats
by calling at PHILIP MOIZ'S Wagon Manu?
factory, where tho best and most complete
Cotton Planters in the Konth ure manufac?
tured and ?old. PHILIP HO I'A,
Assembly, bet.venn Lady and Gervaia str?otB.
?Marah 1. _ _>"?"_
New Spring and 8ummer Goods.
jk? 1 HAVE Just received one of tho finest
, TIlsssortmomB of Spring aud Summer
? (ff OAB8IMKKKB, VESTINGS. 4c, that
?has evor been brought to thia market.
They are of the very lateet etylua and pat?
terns, which will be made up in the very best
style to order. Tho public is invited to call
and examine my fine etook.
I am also in receipt of a splendid assort?
ment of FURNISHING GOODS, amorn? which
aro the celebrated STAR SHIRTS, whioh aro
wu ne nor to any shirts manufacturad.
March 17 12_J P*. EHBKMANN.
New Spring Goods.
<_t? I HAVE Just received my atoek of
jMSPHING and BDMMKK OASSlMKItEN,
J? VESTINGS, Ao.. to which I won,d invit?
-?""the attention of the public. The aleck
.om prince all styles and pi lees, and will ho
made to order in the most fashionable mun
?er. p. I>. EBERHARD!'.
Extra Ponina-"indian Girl."
ON Al A KUI A UK.-HAPPY RELIEF FOR.
YOUNO MEN from tho effects or Error- ?nd |
Abuaea in carly lifo. Manhood reatored. ,
Nervous debility curod. Impedimenta to
Marrlago removed. New method of treat?
ment. New and remarkable remedies. Books
and Circulars sent freo, in pealed envelopes.
Addreaa, HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No. 2
South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Deo 2'J Snio
WHAT SPUING UKIN CS WITH IT.
Regarded lrom a medical standpoint, spring
is not tho delectable. Beauon describid by
vernal poets. On Ibo contrary, ita yield td
intermittent fevers, bilious attacks, rheuma?
tic paiua, dieordcra of tho stomach, nervous
complainte and pulmonary discates,is almost
aa large as ita crop of violeta, snowdrops and
cherry blossoms. The iuvisiblo aeeda of in
uumorublo maladies riso with tho morning
mista, and aro scattered broadcast by tho
vapors of night. Who can resist their mcphi
tic influence? Certainly not tho weak by na?
turo, or those iwhoso nervous energies have
beeu overtasked by mental or physical labor,
unloas they tone and invigorate their systems,
and thus cnablo thrm to copo with tho un?
healthy influences by which they are sur?
Tho only medicinal agont by which this ob
jeot can bo rapidly and safely Accompliehcd,
ia tho great vegutablo r?novant and iuvigo
rant, HOSTETi'Eh'S STOMACH BITTERS.
Thu operation of thia colebralod specific is
four fold It st nun; thon a tho di yest ive or?
gane, regulates tho accretions, improves thc
condition of the blood, superinduces a rr gu- I
lar habit of body, and thereby imparts auch
vigor and elasticity to tho wholn physical
attuotnro, as to render it capable of residing
tho actiou cf tho poisonous miasma, with
which tho spring atmoephere is always, to
80LUO extent, impregnated. Here, then, ia a
re.my and certain means of escaping tho dis?
orders prevalent at this scaeon, or tif they
have already faatoncd upon tho system) of
conquering them speedily and thoroughly.
The flavor of a medicino ia not of much con?
sequence, provided it does ita work properly,
bm of Hosteller's Bitters it may be fairly eaid
that they eft.-ct a cure without outraging tho
patient'? se uso of taste. _M 22 fS
Premature Lona of tile Hu lr may be
entirely prevented by the nao of Burnett's
Coco&ino. lt has never failed to arrest de?
cay, and to promote a healthy and vigorous
growth. It is at the same time unrivaled aa
a dressing for the hair.
Cant 'i lin? Out -If there aro any dis?
eases which deserve the name demoniac,
Dyapepaia is ono of thom. It racks and tears
tho system Uko a veritable iiend, and renders
life a hui den. The medicines of tho dispen?
sary will not expel it. Caet it out with DB. I
WALRBH'SVEOETAHLE VISEOAB BITTEUS. There
is no form of indigestion or liver complaint
that can withstand thia potont tonic and al?
Nw Lady's Toilet Complete unless there
be tko fragrant Sozudont; unto the breath
sweet odors it imparts, tho gums a ruby red
noss Boou assume, tho teeth quick rival ala?
baster tint, and seem an pearls set in a ooral !
$50,000 -will be Paid for any remedy
which will cure Chronic Rheumatism, Pains
in tho Limbs, Back and Chest, Sore Throat,
Insect Stings, Croup, Dyeentery, Colic,
Hpraina aud Vomiting, quicker than Dr. To-1
bias' Venenan Liniment, established in 1847.
Never fails. Sold by tho druggiata. Dopot,
10 Pnrk Flaco, Now York.
C'aibollc halve, recommended by the
leading Physicians and tho President of the
New York Beard of Health, as tho most won?
derful healing compound ever known. G?VOB
h.staut relief to burns; cures all kinds of I
Horoa, cnta and wounds; and a moat in vaina-1
hie aalvo for all purposes. Sold everywhere,
at twenty-tivo cents. John F. Henry, sole I
proprietor, 8 College Placo, New York.
Kvaimlu is Opium ruriflod of its sickening
and poisonous properties, discovered by Dr.
Uigalow. Professor of Botany, Detroit Medi?
cal Collego. A most perfect anodyne and
soothing opiate, John Farr, Chemist, N. Y.
Clirlatutloro'a Hair Dye is the aalest and
beat. It corrects tho bad effects of inferior
dsea, wliiln the black or brown tints it pro?
duces aro identical to naturo. Factory, 08
Midden ban?, New York.
Pratt'* Astrul Oil-Sakai and bert illu?
minating Oil over made. Doos not take firo
or explode, if tho lamp ia upset or broken.
Over 150,1:00 families continue to use it, and
no accideu's of any description have occurred
from it Oil Honan of Charles Pratt, esta?
blished 1770, New York.
Tin: Purest anil Sweetest Coil Llvet Oil
io tho wi rid is tbiz.ird A Caswell's, made un
tbs sea-shore, from fresh selected livers, by
llnzatd Oaawt-11 A Co., New York, lt is abso?
lutely pure and H .vin t. Patienta who have
mice taken it prefer it to all others. Physi?
cians have decided ii superior to any of tho
other oils in tho market
Jiiuviii'i? Inodorous HUI Clove. Cleaner
restores soiled gloves equal to new. For salo
by druggists and fancy goods dealers. Price
23.'. per bottle. F. 0 Wella A Co., New York.
ll.i-.lt y's Plilluioken jg an established,
warranted remedy for faint m Menstruation,
and i (pially . (Ii ul ont ai a Nervous Antidoto in
all cases of nervous excitement, stomach and
a soph Bane** iii malo or female Sold every?
where for $IOJa bottle. Morgan A Risley,
Druggists New York. General Agents.
A Youthful Appearance RUd a Beautiful,
Clear Complexion ie the desiri of everybody.
Thin effect is produced by using O. W. Laird's
"Mooni of Youth," a harmless beautifhr of
(lie akin. Will remove ail discoloration, tan,
freckles and sunburns. Tim uso of this de?
lightful toilet prep* rai ion canuot bc detected.
For salo hy all druggists and fancy gooda
dealers. Dopot, 5 Hold street, New York.
Bira. W iiixlow'* sum 1II?K Ky rup.-It re?
lieves tho little anff rer from pain, cures wind
oolic, roguUtes thu stomach and bowels, cor?
rects acidity, and during the process of teeth
log it is invaluable. Perfectly safe in all oases,
ns millions of muthera can testify.
March 1 filmo
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, March 29 and
30, and MONDAY, April 1, are the desig?
nated days ou which every voter must regis?
ter. The following places are deaiguatceT aa
tko Registration Polis:
I w AUD 1-At Kowald Hall, corner Richard?
son ami (Ireeno streets.
WAI:O '2-At the Court House.
WAHD 3-Pheonix Hook and Ladder l?ense,
I corner 1 uylor and Assembly streets.
WARU 4- vt O'Connell's: Store, ou Sumter,
bel ween I.umber and Upper ttreets.
Man h 20
Ros? Lee-''Indian flirt."
LADIES' El NEN SUITS,
Ladies" Cambric Suits,
Ladiod' Lawn SrtitB, iu new and tasty etiles.
Another large iuvoieo ot those
Ladles'Tucked and Platted Skirts,
Oowna ami Moroni? Wrappers,
"Cuco faints and Mantles,"
Ladies' Silk Sear fa, Buws, Ac.
We are now showing all the latest novelti-s
of tho season.
W. D. LOVE & CO.
Marble-head Mammoth Cabbage.
rriHE largc-t cabbago in tho world. Quality
JL very tender, sweet and excellent.
Boston Trna Curh d LETTUCE. Thin $*
tho best of" ali; grows in the form of a rosotta;
Nsw York Improved Egg Plant.
Ileana-a largo assortment.
Corn, early and lalo.
Call ut headquarters for good Feed, at low
price. UEINII'SU'S Drug Storo.
March 13_ t
ANOTHER LABUE ASSORTMENT
FOR tho season, selected carefully from the
largest stocka in New York uud Balti
uinrd, aud will ho SOLD LOWER than ever
before. As nil conda aro advancing, now i*
tim time for families to lav in their simple u.
March 19_C. F. JACKSON.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD'S.
THE largest Stock we have ever offered to
You aro sare to loaa money if yo? bay
Or anything a Qentloraan woars, without Ural
giving ua a call.
FRENCH CASS1SERES AND CLOTHS
For our Cnatom Ti ado.
DEALERS SUIT-LIED at tho LOW F.ST
RATES. _ March 24
N. C. Seed Corn.
HA4 boon fiele?, ted with caro for thirty
yoars. A few bushels for sale bv
Mardi 3 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
ALL persona or parties indthtfd to tho un?
dersign? d. or to E. A O. D. Hope, pre?
vious to tho lat of January last, wilt come lor
ward and maka settlement within thirty rinys,
and ?av?inost* of nuit. B. HOPE.
A LOT nf tine Kentucky .~
intw M ULES and HORSES, Just ar-m??f
Bli ifli DALY'S STABLES,
Oct 7 On Assembly street.
BOUGHT at a mod?ralo dii-count. at
TH IS Ci l IZENS' RAVINGS BANK.
Fresh Biscuits and Crackers.
LARGE assortment aud ohoioe variety,
Just in and for sale low. E. HOPE.
OAfl BARRELS selected SEED POTA
?UUTOES-Pinli-EyOH, Early Rose.
Jackson Whites, Peach Blowa and Early
Goodricb, for sale low hy
J?P 10 _ _EDWARD nOPB.
Thorburn's Garden Seeds.
ALARGE assortment of frosh GARDEN
SEEDS, Onion Sets, Ac, for sale low.
Jan 18_ EDWARD HOPE.
Gonrd Seed Corn.
AFEW buahols Pennsylvania GOURD
SEED CORN, for seed. Tory produolive
and adapted to this climate Fur salo by
Feb 21 _HOPE.
Kf \ TONSZELL'S PHOSPHATE,
t)\J 50 tona Burger A Butt's Phosphate.
Terms cash, or on favorable terms till No?
vember 1. WELLS A CALDWELL.
F?>b 28 Imo
Gold and Silver
BOUGHT and sold, at
THE CITIZENS' SA VINOS BANK.
I Green Poreimnions-"Indian Girl."
nm nm \
We have the most
complete Stock ever
offered in this market.
Dolly Varden Silks,
Patent finish Poplins,
H. G. SHIVER & GO.
STONEWALL COTTON FERTILIZED,
HAVING boen need tide by nido vit h other I
first elms Standard Fertilizers, and
too t Ostial Oliy ?if nil being that it ia better
tl.nu any other with which it has been tested,
warrants us in recommending it to rthinters
as tha BEST MANU HE IN TUE MARKET.
English Dissolved Bone,
A Pure Svpcrphotphatc of Lime,
Of sterling ehurietcr, manufactnrcd from
Cambridgeshire Capioplitot*, -very finely
ground-readv for sowing upon land.
SH ELI J LIME, for Agricultural aud Ma?
TflOMAS P.. CLARKSON.
MarehJ7 In.o Anent. Columbia. H C.
Heinitsh s Blood and Liver Fills,
ELEGANTLY sugar-coatod. perfectly taste?
less, aud warranted to cure all diseases
of the liver and its kindred complaints. Good
for ooo ft ip util m ot tho bowels, disorders of
the stomach, sick aud nervous headache, in?
dignation, biliousness, fevers, chills, kidney
affection?, femulo irregularities. They purify
tho blood, and remove all derangements of
the internal viscera. Put up in a blood-red
colored wrapper, and sold at vr> cents & box,
at UElNITdli'S DRUG STORE.
?.pillar Cotto'n Plant?
ers, warranted satis?
factory ur no salo.
Garden Plows and Cultivntors.
2)0 Dixon Steel Sweep . better and cheaper
than the l'armer ein nuke them himself.
Feb ?5 LoltlCK A LOWRANCE.
2 ono lbs ti AMS,
2 100 bushels CORN,
20,l!UUlbe. BACUN, at prices that
.flor every inducement of other mur
LORlCK A LOWRANCE.
RGVOUUO Stamps! Revenue Stamps!
ALL DENOMINATIONS for nulo at the
UMial discount, at tho SOUTH CARO?
LIN A BAN K AND TU DST CO. Dec 7
M. H. BERRY'S
Mu in Street, near Plain,
jlemf:?%*i4r*% NOW on hand sud daily ro
. v>,' 'Jky'" *via*f! fi"m thu manufac
jfj'j?y j^nta^TU mriet "f Now York, Bos t ou,
BEBH??5EI3P Ci?en.nut; and Louisville.the
JOT larges! assort ment of PUR
MTUIII:' cvi'i kept m this market, consisting
in part of Wainui Parlor, cuni..lui and hm- >
ing-Roou: Snits; 200 Bedsteads of different!
patterns, in Walnut ?nd Imitation; B1M>, the
col? brui ed Upnrjiiti Hplit-htii tom Chairs, ?
All hinds ?t .MA I l'U t>" SES made lo order. |
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING doue at
thorn nt notice sud in thc best manner.
To?niH<Msh sud Or"'dr> elu nn. Oct .'ta .
milE S PE IKEIPS COM M KN TA I'Y, by P.ish
! 1. ..p-i nod oil er Clergy ol thu Anglican
I Church. Vol I. ?.">.
Aunt Ju ni's Hern, hy Author of Stepping
H eu ven wards. ?I 50.
Unlit.alt, . new Novel by Miss Muloeh. 50c.
J*n l-l DUFTlE .V CHA PM \N.
.yf\f \ BAURELS POTATOES,consisting
of Pud: Eye*.
Karly P.o?ft. !
.Inst rec iv? d and for sale low. hv
.lan tl JOHN AON KW" A SON.
NEW sugar-cured El AMS,
Break feat Strips,
Smoked Beef, for sale low. K. ILOPH.
.>f\f\ BARRELS of LIME, foi : .'.?lowby
?llU_JOHN AGNKV .''^N._
f\?\f \ VRWV OP LUMBER.
OV/lJ,\/lJv/ C0.0C0 feet of well sea?
soned Flooring on hand.
Ardors for Lath, and all kinds Lumber filled
at short not ci. Apoly at our Lumber Yard,
on Linly stri ct aud Greenville Railroad, or
address W. LOWRY A CO ,
0..t2!>Gmn Box ISO Columbia. H 0.
Money to Lend,
ON market ?ble dilaterais, at
r 11 E ? ! IT17. KN 4* SA VINO fl BANK.
Sweet Potato Slips.
BUSHELS for seed-YAMS, Spanish
and Red. Km flo hy E. HOPE.
'Genuine Durham"-"indian Girl."
COLOMBIA. H. C., Match 18, 1872.
IJOHN ALh.XA.NDEU, Mayor of tho City
, of Columbia, do hereby giro notice,
(in purenaoco of Statute? in such oano n Ade
and provided, ) that an election for Ma? or and
tw Ivo A der tuen of aiid oily will be held on
T?EHDAY, 2d duy ot April, 1872. at tho usual
places of election throughout ?aid city. Tho
number of Aldermen tu bo elected from each
Ward by the qualified electors thereof is throe,
and tho' Mayor to bo elected by the majority
ol vntora in the entire city.
Tho polia will bo opened at seven o'clock in
tho forenoon, ami clotted at five o'clock in thc
afternoon of tho dav of aa?d electio l.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Mayor.
Attest: WM. J. ETTEU, City Clerk.
_ Mardi 10_
Dissolution of Copartnership.
THE Copartnership heretofore existing
under the atylo of J. H. A M. h. Kl NARU
in hereby dissolved, by mutual cousent, M. L.
The business will ho continued at the eamo
placo, by J. Ii. Kittani, who assumes all thc
liabilities of tho copartnership, and to whom
all debts duo should bo paid.
J. H. KIN ARD,
M. L KINAftD.
COLOMBIA. S. P., March_18_1872. March 19
WILL, io a few dm a, present ono of tin
moat attractive SPRING STOCKS ovoi
prosenled in this market, and solicits a cul
(rom his former friemlB and patrons. Ni
pains will bo spared to afford entire eatiefao
lion to nil who may call upon him. and offer
as a gnarantee for tho future bia eff irtB iu th
past tu cater to the wanta of the public.
All outstanding billa against tho firm of J
fl. A M. L. Kiuard will bo met on presents
tim?. J. H. KINARD.
March 19 Imo
New Books, by Express,
Por f?ale ot Jiryan & McCarter'a.
SEVEN DECADES OF THE UNION. B
Henry A. Wiso. $2.
Lifo and limes of John Wesley, Found?
of tho Methodists. By L.Tyeruiau, I.nndoi
HiBtory of the W?rkini? and Burghc
CiasacB. By Caesagnac. 12 SO.
Winifred Cumbermedo, a Story by Georg
Character. By Samuel Fmilea. fl.50.
Sxstumntic Theologv. By Charles Hodg
Darwin's Naturalist's Yoyago around tl
A number of new London Novels, chea
Also, new standard worKa. Jnst published.
Get the Best !
4Pswt9A MY line of WATCHES
?p^^f^?^?L now full and complote, a
ft&&J&8&X2tb.^>? Pabilo muy depend
giniiiK tbe omi at the lowest possible flguri
as my facilities aro such that I defy compe
timi from any market.
I havo also in atore and constant ly arrivi
all tho newest styles of Ladies' Sets, in D:
mond, Coral, ('ann o, Etruscan. Gold, Jet, A
elegant designs in Chains, bracelets, Charn
hockem, Ac; the lat? at and most beauti
patterns in solid Silver and heavy Plat
SVaro- Goods suited for bridal, holiday a
Repairing in all branches, by thc best wo:
in eu and at reasonable ratio.
Oct 13 Colombia lietel Kow
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE
C~o WE claim to havo one of th? fie
vyV stocks of WATCH KP, ol all lust E
?sl?rV1 "h. Swiss and American makers. Vi
Diamonds and other fine Jewelry, our st
is large, and we ?re going to sell* tho Cot
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, iu
branches, by the best of workmen.
Nov 1? Formerly O'az? A. Hadcliff
CLOCKS AND JEWELR'
- . - - -
?-o 1 'IAVE on hand a select _
Vy\ ?tneki.f WATCHES. JEWKI.-cS?22
A.AliY. CLOCKS. SILVER and I'LA'
* AKE> which I will dispose nf at mnsi
sonable prices. Also, SPECTACLES lo
REPAIRING in ni} line done promj Hy
nu pond term?.
All articles and work warranted to b
represented. OEO. RKU'.;?
2d door below PUOMX office, Main t-tre
C t 20 _
j Imported CordUls.
rflHE undersigned hos just opened a 1
I 1 IMPORTED CORDIALS,ol various M
embracing Pei feet Love, Vanilla, 1
Anisette, etc. Also. Imported ManiNcI
I Pnraena and Absinthe. T. M Pf>l 1 Q<
WM. H. ORCHARD,
Profeaaorof Kuxir and dealer in Piano F<
APPLY al his residence, corner nf'L
and Henderson streets, or at the 1
store of Dnflie A Ch anni aa.
Piano Fortoa, Organs ?nd Moln<
Tuned and^opaired._Jan 20 li
The Doctors Recommend See ger ?'
IN preference to London Porter and 3
Al?. Whv? Thwv know ?ls mmdulte
COTTON HEED REFINED OIL, by ll
lon or barrel. Also, iu glaass, ninl
ipiart*. Forsalelow. K. HO
Ono Puncheon Loohgilphe&d
rpHK best SCOTCH WHISKEY. D
1 can have it nearly at cost.
^ Nov 15 _JOHN O MBKG1
American Club Fi6h.
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William Toll-"Indian Girl."
Book. Job and Newspapei
STEAM PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT
\ HE Proprietor of
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np and thoroughly
furniahed Lia offloo
with latent improved
material for execution
of all kinds Printing.
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Professional Men, Merchants. Manufacturers
and Mechanics, supplied with any style work
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A large stock
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With the LARGE AMOUNT OP MATERIAL
on hand, the sl>lo, quality and cost of
work cannot rail to giv.? satisfaction.
Orders from abroad will receive IMMEDIATE
ATTENTION, and work promptly forwarded.
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This ie the only
the Interior nf
two. thrfo and
can he nut np in
plain Black ni
and eximinn sp.
J. A. SELBY,
tho State whrre
four sheet POST
HILLS, ?c., Ac.,
Mind atylo. el!her