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''Let oar inst Censures
BY J. A. SELBY. COLOMBIA, S. C., "WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1872. VOL. VIII-NO. 173.
A CHAOTIC CONDITION OF RELIGIOUS
FAITH IN PBOSPECT.-So intimate ia the
connection between the Episcopal aud
the Established Church of England,
that the d?cision which waa given, daj
before yesterday, by the highest autho?
rity recognized by tho lattor, upon a
question of vital importance to both
churches-the question, indoed, upon
which the whola controversy between ?
High and Low Church hinges-will be
received in America with quite as much
interest as it excites here. The head of
tue Mother Church, her Majesty tho
Queen, speaking through tho mouth of
the judicial committee of the privy coun?
sel, has decided that it is lawful for a
clergyman to teach that "the body and
blood of Christ is actually prenant in tho
consecrated bread and wine, by virtue,
of and in couseqaenco of tho consecra?
tion, irrespective of the faith and worth?
iness of the communicant, and separater
ly'from tho act of deception oj Hie com?
municant;" that "tho communion table
is au altar of sacrifice; at whiobthe priest
appears iu u sacerdotal, position;" and
that "adoration is duo to phrist present
upon the altars of,the churches, in the
sacrament, under the form of bread and
wine." . '.
The decision is, as I . understand it,/
that it is lawful to teach "cousubstantia
tion," but not "transubstantiation;" it I
is lawful to teach that the consecrated
bread contains the body of the Saviour, !
bat it is unlawful to tench that tho conse?
crated bread bas become the body of the
Saviour, and is no longer bread. Bat
this is not' the strangest part of the de?
cision. The court was very earnest in
dedaring that while it was lawful for one
olergymanof the Establishment to.teach
this doctrine, it was equally lawful for
another clergyman of the Establishment
to teach the very revers?-to teach that
consecrated bread was only bread, that
it re?oives nothing from consecration,
and that the Lord's Suppnr ia only a
commemoration, and not a sacrifice. "It
is not established," sayB the Times, "ihat1
a-clergy mun of the Church of England
may preach any doctrino within limits
which only extreme subtlety eau distin?
guish between Roman Catholicism on
the one side, from Calvinism on another
side, and from Deism on a third."
[London Cor. Ne to York Worlds it
A couple of flat-boatmen on tho Mis?
sissippi River having made ap extraordi?
nary good speculation, concluded that
white they were in New,. QrleanB they
would, for once in . their lives, see'what
it was to have a reui first class hotel .din?
ner. They could afford it, and they
would just Uko to' see how'it would go.
So they went to the St. Charles Hotel,
and ordered the very best dinner that
that establishment could afford. When
they had eaten to their complete and en?
tire satisfaction, (and the probable sur?
prise of the waiters,) they called for their
bill. The waiter in attendance misun?
derstood them, and, supposing they
wanted the bill of fare, laid it before
them, with the wine list uppermost.
"Whew, Bill," said Jerry, "here's a billi
Just look at it I Here, you add up one
side and PH add up the other; and we'll
see what the whole thing oomes to." So
Bill added up the prices of wines on ono
side of the list and Jerry added them up
on the other, and they made the sum
total $584. "W-h-e w, Bill," said Jerry,
"that's pretty nigh all we've got! What
are we going to do about it?" "We;
can't pay that," oried Bill, "it 'ud clean
us right out. The waiter ain't here now,
let's jump out o' the window and cut!"
"No, sir-ee,!' said Jerry, "I'd never do
sioh a mean thing ns. that. Let's pay the
bil!, an 3 then go down-stairs and shoot
AN EXTRAORDINARY METHOD OF BRING?
ING A DBOWNED MAN TO THE SURFACE.
Ste.ffano Landucoi, au Italian gardener,
was drowned while bathing in Lake
Merced, last Sunday, says the Francisco
Chronicle, of August 31.* His body was
not discovered until Wednesday, the
two men who searched for the corpse
having failed to discover it by the ordi?
nary means. Having heard that a loaf
of fresh bread, into whioh qaicksitver
had been inserted, would drift about ou
the surface of the water, and finally sink
over the dead body of the drowned,
they procured a large fresh, loaf and
placed in it four ounces of quicksilver.
The loaf was thrown on the waters of
Lake Morand. The bread immediately
moved against the wind, whioh was
blowing strong, and kept on till it
reached a certain point. The loaf then
stopped and suddenly sank, and came to
the surface again, and with it the dead
body. The men who narrate this re?
markable story are Yinoiuo Moriuo and
Francisco de Luca. They are well known
to our Italian population. Their story
i^Bubstantiated by others.
One of the Washington fire compa?
nies owns a remarkable dog. Ho is of
the Newfoundland breed, 1 largo and
heavily built. His coat is full und shag?
gy, abd of a Very dark brown. When?
ever nu alarm of fire is Bounded, the dog
listens attentively until tho bells indicate
the locality. Ho rushes, barking furious?
ly,'to the stable of the horses, which is
iu rear of the engine house, and by the
time he guts there the horses aro out,
and he takes bis position at their head
and runs to the eugine. When it sturts
he keeps just ahead, turning all the cor?
nera correctly and barking time to the
ringing of the bell.
Philli. ides, who was sent from Athens
to Sparta, is stated to have run 150 Ro?
man miles in two days. October, 1811,
Mr. Rivington, a farmer near Dorches?
ter, walked 600 miles io seven days; and
a still more remarkable feat was pot
formed by Mr. Oran vi Ile, a nativo of
Shropshire, who, in 1806, walked 122
miles on the Bath road iu twenty-nine
hours and three-quarters.
A race between a steam wagon and a
trotting horse was witnessed at Ronssa
laor Purk, Troy, the other.day, the form?
er winning the milo beat in 2.28.
OH Murrlnji!.-Huppy rolief for Young
Men from tho etfectB of Errors and Abuses in
early Ufo. Manh?od restored. Impediments
to Marriago removed. New method of treat?
ment. Now and remarkable remedi.es. Booka
and circulars Bout free, in Bealod envolopes.
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2
South Ninth otrect, Philadelphia, Pa.
Asthma.-Any medicino which will allo
viato the paroxysms of this dreadful disease
will be hailed with joy by thoneands of Kuffsr
era. Tho oortitlcatoa which acoompairy JONAS
WHITCOMB'S R KM EDY are from tho most reba*
bio Bourccs. and nt tea t to ita woudei ful power,
even in tho most severo cases. Joseph Bur?
nett A Co , proprietors, Bonton.
Free Advertising -From family lo fami?
ly, from city to oity, from Stato to State, the
famo ?f Dn. WALKER'S VEOETAULE YIN LUAU
BITTEBS, as a Bpeci?o for all derangements of
tho Btom ich, bowels and liver, is continually
extending. Its voluntary . missionaries, are
innumerable, and public j enthusiasm in ita
favor spreads faster .nan a prairie Uro.
Don't Blight Your Teeth.-Remember
that npon their labor, the health of tho sto?
mach depends. Keep them perfect, and in
order to do ao, manipulate them with a bruvb
dipped in the fragrant Sozodout, onco or twice
Who Will Buffer!*-it ia now 21 yean
since Dr. Tobias' Vonitian Liniment was put
befure tho publio; warran,iug it to cnn
Chronic Rheumatism, Headache, Cuts, Burua
Bruises, Old Sores, i'aius iu the Limbs, Bael
and Chest, aud it bas never failed. Sold In
all Druggists. Depot,: io Park Place, Nev
York. ; <
For Dyspepsia, indigestion, deprcBeion o
spirits and general debility in their varioui
forme; also, as a preventivo against Fcve:
and Ague, and other intermittent fevers, tlx
Ferro-PhoBphbratpd Elixir of Calisaya, niadi
by Caswell, Hazard A Co., New York, ?ud sob
by all druggists, is tho bert tonic, and ns i
tortio for patients ' recovering from fever o
other aiokness, it bas no ennui.
Thurston's ivory Pearl Tooth Powder
-Tho best article kuown for cleansing am
?ireaerving tho teotli and gums. Sohl by al
>rnggieta. Price 25 and f>0 cents per bottle
F. C. Wolla A Co., New York.
ChrlHtudoro's Hair Dye stands unrivale
in the world. No lady or gentleman of die
crimination uses any other. Il ts tho mos
perfnot, reliable and effective Hair Dye in th
world. Manufactory, 08 Maiden Lane, N. Y.
Carbolic Suive,"recommended by Pbyei
ciana as the great Healing Compound. Prie
23 cents per box. John F. Henry, solo Prc
priotor, 8 Colleg? Place, New York.
Etlsiey's Buchu ia a reliable Diuretic an
Tonio for all derangements of tho urinal
and genital organs. The genuine, as ferme:
ly sold by Hu vii and, Barral Risley an
their branches, ia now prepared by II. V
Risley, the originator and Proprietor; au
the trade supplied by bia successors, Murgo
A Risley, New York.
H vu jin lu, or opium purified, the most pe
foct auodvne in the market, made by procti
of Dr. I. M. Bigelow, Detroit Medioal Uolleg
is always uniform in atrength, which is rare
tho oaae in other preparations ot opium.
Plait's Astral Dil has a world-wide rep'
tatton as the surest and best illuminating oi
Over 2.000,000 gallons have been sold tor tl
past two years, from which no accidents
any description have occurred. 8und for ci
cular. Oil House ot Charles Pratt, esta
liahed 1770, New York.
We Have Frequently Heard mothe
say they would not be without Mrs. Winslow
Soothing Syrup, from the birth of thu obi
until it bas finished with the teething bieg
under any consideration whatever.
The Secret ut Beauty.-What le it?
longer asked, for the world of fashion and i
tho 1 adios know that is produced by uainp
delightful and harmless toilet preparati
known as O. W. Laird's "Bloom of Youtl
Its beautifying effects aro trnly wonderf
Depot. G Gold street, New York. Oct 2 \]
' ~AMAZING! !
. 'Amazement on My Mother Sits.'
SUCH was the exclamation yonng Ham
made to his "Ma," upon her roturn fri
tho GREAT OROOEUY STORE of
The old lady had been in a good deal
tronblo lately, about Grocery matters; I
wandering a little further than her w<
down town, she happened to step into
Purchased her supplies, upon receipt
which, satisfaction BO beamed upon her coi
touance, that yonng Hamlet (hopeful cm
lot looso the expresaion used to point
moral of thia advertisement.
The quantity, quality and remarkably r
sonable piicea of our goods,invite tho patr
age of the publio. Call, purchase and be c
vinced; and (a word in your ear) be Biirc
pay for them, as goods not worth paying
amt worth buying._;_GEO. BY? M Elli
? Valuable Tract of Land For Sal?
TH E subscriber nffora for Bale bis PLAN1
TION, near Abbeville Court House, \
ot it within tho corporato limita ot the tu
lt contains 350 acres of land, seventy-flv
which is good creek bottom. On it ia a c
fortablo Dwelling House, Gin House, ant
necessary out-buildings; alan, a Viaeysri
Scnppernoug Grapes of seven acres, in
beaiiug, with a Ht>>uo House, Cellar, and
appliances for making wino, and a fino col
lion or Fi ort Trees. H. h. HOWIE,
Hen! 1 AbhnviMe CH , H.
APLANTATION in Sumter County, kn
as the Bradford Springs Place. It
tams 753 acres of land, iii teen miles I
Humter C. H. and about the samo disti
from Camden. For particulars aud te:
apply,to Messrs BLANDINGARlCilARDi
Attorneys at baw. Sumter O. H. Srp!
Lumber at Reduced Prices.
THE under ?J ig ned are prepared to
LUMUKU of any dimensions, up to t'
ty-two inches wide, or thick, and lorty-i
feet long. Wo prefor to work at low p
rather than do nothing at hieb figures
you would savo money, negotiate With i
Leesville, Charlotte, Columbia and Aug
Railroad. South Carolina.
Ju'v 17 wl3_Bi HITE A MTTCTIEI
Valuable Real Estate for Sale.
TWO largo and commodieuB Wi
HOD8ES, on Gervais street, noai
Greenvilio and Columbia Railroad Depot
occupied by BlakH- A Friday, and We
Caldwell. Lots ri nnlng through tho cr
ts Lady street. For turma, Ac, apply td
ARTHUR A BOONE, Law Ran
Or M ru ur: ns A FZELL, Heal Estato Agen
WITH first class accommodations, c
obtained on Plain street, near Hu
Oot3 M1U\ 8. J. WYA'
ALADY, without family incumbranccs, to
take charge of ten orphan B"\B.
^ct^ 2_R. U. BI1IYER &_?Q.-_._
Horses and Hales
A WE are In receipt of an ex-lf^^^
rrS?T tra Ano lot of HORSES Biel'Wtft
/Tn MULES, direct from tho Diue^JUSp
Urana lt eg lo na of Kentucky. Call, tum neu
tbem at Hogan's atables. 'i
Oct 8_W. S. A J. M. TOLBERT.
MISS ANNIE WITTVOGEL slbairea to
inform ber old customers and Ibo
public generally thal the will, ob THU USDA Y
next, open a DRESSMAKING ESTABLISH?
MENT in tho roar of W. D. LoveA CO.'B atoro,
under Wheeler'? buihliog. Ordora solicited
and satisfaction guaranteed. Oct 8 Hmo*
ALL persona indebted to tho late Arm of
CARROLL A HI'ELLLIAN wiii plongeai!
at my Carriago Repository and setUo the
same with my Agont, Mr. M. J. CALNAN. On
15th instant, all chums remaining unpaid
I Will bo placed in suit. This course ia indis?
pensable to closo tho business of Carr jil &
Spellmou. JOHN AGNEW.
N. N. NY
A NEW MOVE.
WE have moved into o?r NEW STORE
(adjoining Messrs. Onpson <!t Sutphnn)
with an entirely NEW AND FRESH STOCKo? I
FALL AMI WHITER DRY GOODS
To which we invito the attention of buyers,
both city and country, feeling assured that
wo can supply their several wauts in tho Dry
Goods liuo to their entire satisfaction. A
call and examination is earnestly solicited
from all. Also, please remember our terms
aro STRICTLY CASH.
PORTER & STEELE.
WANT to pnrohaso their DRY GOOD3
and FANCY ARTICLES
C. F. JACKSON'S ia the place (or you to
A full stock now on hand.
Many articles cannot be found in any other
establishment. _ Oct 8
Saw Mill Owners!
BRIDGE TIMBEE WANTED!
To partios who will
To furnish or cut, on
Auy special amount of TIMBER-according
to their mills capacitj-can Und a
Purchaser by addreasiug tho subscriber, who
can offur them steady work for some timo to
como. E. W. MERCER, Agent,
Oct 8 3_Oolnmbia, a. C.
YOU KNOW HOW
rpo mako and should know how to invest
JL money, for
IT IS YOURSELF
Who will derivo tho greatont benefit. Please
r< member the following: Always get thc best
you eau for tho mouoy. Buy tho "Golden
Bug," only found at tho si^-n of tho "Indian
Girl," and you will know how it ia yourself
when you w.tut Cigars, throo for twenty-five
cuits. Always got tho moat you can for the
mouoy. Ask the prico of Smoking and Chow?
ing Tobacco, at tho sign of the "Indian Girl."
and you will know how it is yourself when
you want to save money. Always deal with
those who make a Specialty of their business.
Get a box < f Cig&rs at tho sign of tho "In?
dian Girl," and you will know how it is your?
self when you want to invent money. Orders
solicited. Samples sent by mail.
S. J PERRY,
Tedian Girl Cigar Rtoie, Columbia, S. C.
Oct 6 _
CITY OF COLUMBIA COUPONS, receiva
bio for taxes.
TO RENT, TWO RuOMS above Mr. Cia zo's
store Apply to
Sept 8 flu EDW^N J. SCOTT lt BON.
To the Ladies.
ONE of the wornt forms of discoloration of
thu skin, and of pimpled and eruptive
faces, is caused by the use of G.M.OMi-.L and
BLUE MASS, ibu curial medicines aro sup?
posed to have a special action on tho liver;
the theory is erroneous. If calomel is given
in repeated doses it pioduccn salivation, and
in this condition the liver is badly damaged.
Tho liver ia moro torpid; tho skin most do
sumo of tho liver'* work, in excreting nile cle?
ments, and will be liable to pimples, tilotchos,
eruptions, dark spots, discolorations, tuber?
cles, eoro mouth, sore throat, oatarrha) a erec?
tions, Ac. The only serviceable livor medi?
cine is H EIN I PH H's" LIVER PILLS. No ca
lomol. Tboy regulate the livor and purifv tho
blood. Aug 22 I
THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
That they haTC moved into their
Large and Elegant Store,
Corner of Slain and Plain Street*.
THE WHEELER HOUSE.
TFJEY expect to bc able to exhibit a por?
tion of their immense stock. TO-MOR?
ROW, (Monday.) but will have their G HAND i
OPENING on TUESDAY. October 8, when
will bo shown new and desirablo GOODS,
found in foreign and domestic markets, which
will be shown freely bv attentive ami polite
salesmen, at tho GUANO CEN THAL DRY
GOODS ESTABLISHMENT of
WM. D. LOVE it CO.
W. ?. Love. Ii. B. UCCBEEBT.
J. If. KINARI).
IHATE recently returned from tho North,
and am prepared to exhibit the most com?
plete mid elegant stock of
Ever brought to this market, consisting of
tho latest and most popular stvlcn iu DRESS
GOODS, CAbSlMERES, ?c., with a hill linc or
HOSIERY AND GLOVES!
And select assortments of Carpetings, Win?
dow Shades aud Curtains, bugs. Mattings,
sod all otUe.r articles usually found ina FIRbT
(JLASS DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT.
Tho grand openiug of tho
On THURSDAY, Octobor 10, under the di?
rection and supervision of
MRS. A. MCCORMICK,
So generally known throughout the Btato for I
her skdl und tasto, offers unusual attractions,
tho stock having been carefully selected by
herself, and placed at figures to meet all
I The celebrated
HOWE SEWING MACHINE
And AMERICAN BUTTON-HOLE AN 1
OVER-SEWING MACHINE conttitnte a pro?
minent featuro in tho linc of my husmeas,
being justly considered tho most efficient and
satisfactory now in uso.
Tho public generally are invited to give me
J. H. EINARD,
On Muln Street,
Oct 1 One door South of Columbia Hotel.
Neat Cottage for Rent,
K_J S1UATED on Gervais street, adjoin
VjlTZ ing the residence of tho subscriber, con
?AUuLtainiug six rooms, servants' rooms,
stables, Ac. Apply at my ofhee.
OctCS JACOB LEVIN.
MA DWELLING HOUSE, containing
eight room ?situated on Laurel street,
between Bull and Mat ion. All necessary
out buildings on tho premisos. Poe session
given on tho first of November. Apply at
office of POPE & HASKELL.
MTHAT LARGE STORE, in tho Co?
lumbia Fintel Block, recently occupied
hy Messrs. Love A, McCroerv. Apply to
OctJ_C. O. M ARB4 ALL. _
Desirable Residence for Sale.
MTHE desirable one and a half atorv
DWKLL1NG, located ou tho South-webt
corner ot Lady and Marion streets, is
offered tor sale. The house has all tho mo?
dern improvements, willi a Mansard roof.
Tho lot contains halt an acre. For terms,
apply to T. M. POLLOCK.
MTG un approved tenant, I will rout tho
"Walker Honsf*," situated on Upper
Bontidary street. Apply to
Sept 20 R. O'NEALF., .Tn.
MSTORE ROOM, corner of Main and
Laurel streets, now occupied by J. S.
Chambers. Possession elven immedi?
ately. Apply to ARTHUR & BOONE,
Supt IU No 2 Law Range.
MSTORE-ROOM. Exchange nouse
Bui ding, Main street, recently oe upiud
by F Cardare?!. Apply to
AR I'll UR .V BOONE, No. 2 Law Rango.
y*?* THAT largo and commodious STORK
ijj???? now occupied by Messrs. Porter A. Steele.
E??Ll'oaHCseion given the Isl of October.
for t-rms, iuquire of G. DIERCKS.
Aug 2* _
, THE HOUSE and LOT, on rickeriB
jmy ?.trent, belonging to the Estate of Mrs.
hept 3 EPyiN J. SCOTT. 1'xecutor.
Hams, S. C. Shoulders and Strips.
0 LB?. Sugar-Cured KHOUL
ijAJKjKj DE RS. Hams, Breakfast Ba
cou and Smoked Tongues, for salo by
Sept27 _ii01-!1- lt t??LI3s' "
1 Ki\ BUSHELS PRIME RYE, for Reed.
IO? ' For cale for cash only.
Sept 8 HOPE A- GYLES.
ABBEVILLE TO TDE FRONT.
JAMES OT. FOW?
LER & CO., Proprie?
tors EMPORIUM OF
ville, S. C., will unfold
to the gaze of the pub?
lic, on THURSDAY,
10th inst., at ll o'clock,
more novelties in DR?
RY and DRESS MAK?
ING than can be seen
in any other house in
South Carolina. To be
convinced of the fact you
have but to see. It is an ac?
knowledged fact that the Mil?
linery Department is far ahead
of any in the State. Millinery
and Dress-making Depart?
ments in charge of the best
talent. Particular attention
paid to the getting up of bridal
outfits. Expenses small and
prices reasonable. Conscien?
JAMES W. FOWLER & CO.
New Goods! New Goods!!
I offer to the public aa fi no a Stock of
HU Gooda for gentlemen's wear as can bo
fla s oe n in thia market, consisting of Eng
-JULliab, French and American CA8SI
MEUES. SCOTCH GOODS. VESTING, io.
Tho DAVIS SH I HT always on hand. My stock
of Embroidered Vest Patterns is quito a no?
velty. I am also Agent for Wannamakcr A
Brown, the largest clothing house in America,
samples of whose gooda may be soen on my
I guarantee satisfaction io all cases, and
aolicit a ?liare of public patronage.
Sept 27_O. P. BBKBHARPT.
Fall and Winter Stock.
_ HAVING recently returm d from Now
HU York, I am propared to exhibit one of the
flus most ehoice and select Stock of Goods
-lULever offered in this market. It embraoes
Fine English, French and American
8C0TCn TWEEDS, Ac, an elegant line of
Vestings, and a large stock of the celebrated
Star hhirt. My customers and the publie
generally are invited to call and examine,
rders solicited and promptly attended to.
Sept 14 Imo_J. F. EISENMANN.
J. A. HENDRIX & BRO,
INVITE the attention of their customers,
and tho public generally, to their large
und varied stock of
Hardware, Wooden-ware, &c,
Which they offer for sale at the LOWEST
PRICES for CASH on DELIVERY. Experi?
ence demonstrates that the true interest of all
concerned ia boat secured by a resolute and
impartial adherenco to the strictly cash sys?
tem. We respectfully aunounce to our friends
and customers that, from and after tho 1ST
OCTOBER ensuing, all m?morandum ac?
counts will bo discontinued. We oiT^r to all,
without exception, the important advantages
of a purely cash business, ot which the supe?
rior quality and moderate prices of our goods
will be fouiid to bo tho best evidence. Goods
delivered at railroad depots and to city cus?
tomers at their reeidouces, when desired,
without charge. Sept 29 Imo*
FALL AND WINTER
! GENTS' FIRX1SU1NG GOODS ! ! !
aro receiving and will continue to re
V V ceive through tho season tho host
That cannot bo surpassed, if equaled, by any
Custom-made. Wo bavn the very latest
fashions in Meltons. Diagonals, Cheviot
Reavers, Tricots, Black Dress Frock, Black
Doo Pants, French and American Dress
Vests, Cloth. Silk and Silk Velvet.
A spendid line of Men's, Youths' and Boya'
UNDER-CLOTHING,White and Fancy Shina,
Cheviot and Negligee Half Hono, Under-wear,
Cnrdigau Jackida, Neck Wear, Suspenders,
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Shawls, Car?
pets and Traveling Bags.
SILK HATS-FALL 8TYLE.
*a* We have marked our Goods for net cash.
KIN ARD & WILEY.
Oct 1 _
JTako Simmons* Liver Regulator regu
lur.y, enjoy health yourself and give
gratification to those about jon. You
will huvo cause to bless the day yon
heard of Simmons' Liver Regulator.
0 5 J3
rjTUIE largo t stock o? READY-MADE
CLOTHING at retail in tho State.
Everything in tho way of
Some onr own styles.
A now feature is thc Daguerrean Gallery
formerly occupied by McserB. Weam & Hix,
fitted up for our Custom Trade, and filled
with the choicest
FRENCH AND ENOLISH
CASHMERES AND VESTINGS,
Which we arc making to order. under ft gua?
rantee to pleaeo.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
LeRoy F. Youmans, Attorney at Law
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
OFFICE Law Range, BauBkett's building,
Youmans & Sheppard.
Attorneys at Law, Edgeficla, 8. G.
LnR. F. YOUMANS. JNO C. SHEPPARD.
New Books ! New Books !
THE VICAR'S DAUGHTER. By George
McDonald, tl 50.
Tho Dootor's Daughter. By Sophio May,
?At tho Back of tho North Wind." By Geo.
Fitz Uugh St. Clair, the South Carolina Re?
bol Boy. By Mrs. Sallie F. Cbapin. $1.50.
Lord Eilgobbin. By Charles Lever. $1.
rThe Golden Linn of Grampere.l By Antho?
ny Trollonpo. 75o.
Ethel Mildmay's Follies. 75c.
"Ombra." By Mrs. Oliphant. 75c.
And other lato publications, just received
and for Bale at publishers prices, at
R. JJ. BRYAN'S
A.f\Ci CASEa CANNED GOODS,
Te"" 100 boxes CANDY,
50 boxes SOAP,
200 barrels FLOUR,
100 barrels Whiskey,
100 flu/..>n Axes,
200 dozon Pocket Knives,
100 dozen pairs Trace Chains,
10C dozon Door and Pad-Locks,
100 bundlea Tics,
100 bales Bagging.
For sale to-day, at New York prices an '. car?
riage, having been purchased mainly before
tho late inflated prices.
L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
Initial and Monogram Press.
E. R. STOKES
IS now prepared, with a Presa and apper
tainmcnts, to manufacture INITIAL PA?
PER and ENVELOPES to order, embossed
and in colors, of all sizes and quality.
Keeps constantly in store a full stock of
Fancy and Staple STA K'NEhY, BLANK
BOOKS, Fancy Articles and all goods pertain?
ing to a first class Stationery House.
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE.
WE claim to have one of the finest
stocke of WATCH Eb?, ot all best Eng
__|lish, Swiaa and American makers. With
Diamonds and other fine Jewelry, onr stock
ia large, and we are going to sell the Goods.
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in al?
branches, by the best of workmen.
Nov 19 _Formerly Glaze ft Radcliffe.
Selling Ont Below Cost.
GENT'S WALKING CANES, at all prices;,
from 50 cents upwards.
THE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Bish?
ops and other Clergy ot tba Anglican
Church. Vol I. $5.
Aunt Jane's Hero, by Author of Stepping
Heavenwards, tl 50.
Hannah, a new Novel, bv Miss Moloch. 50c.
Jan ll DUFFIE ft CHAPMAN.
Bast-Proof Seed Oats.
BUSHELS, for Seed. For sale by
Sept 8 HOPE ft GYLF.S.
Sellin? Ont at and Below Cost
MY cntiro stock, consisting of DIAMONDS,
WATCHES, Chains, Jewelry, Silver
Ware. Plated Ware. Clocks.
Aug IO ' ISA\Q SULZBACHEB.
The Doctors Recommend Reegers'Beer
IN preference to London Porter and Scotch
Al?. Wbv?Thnv itnowitia nnadnirarated
A whole family cured of bili? UBI e*s with
one box of Ht initnh's Blood and Liver Pill?.
This is choao practico.. How ls it?.- Why, the.