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Bill Heads, Lotter Heads, Envelopes
Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tickets, &c.
sally executed at this offlco,-CILEAP
THE MENNONITEs IN Oiio.-A Cu
rious church caao has just como be
fore the courts of Ohio, in which a
body of Mennonites, known as the
church of God is defendant and one
of its ex-monbers the plaintiff. The
latter, one Joseph Lichby, was
placed by the church in 1876 under
the "ban of avoidance," a form of
disciipline which required the re
Inainmg members to shun him until
be might repent and be again re
ceived into the communion. This
obligation extended to his wife. She
was threatened with excommunica..
tion from the church and the oternal
loss of her soul in caso she failed to
observe it. Between her husb.mnd
and the church she chose the latter.
In the courts Lichby sued for $10,
000 for the alienation of his wife's
affections. The church, not believ
ing in lawyers made t heir own de -
fence, and produced as their sole
law-book the Bible. f'rom which they
read in parts from Numbers to
Revelatign. Simon Menno, of' Hol
land, who lived in the sixteenth
century, was their comnentator. By
the Bible they sought to justify
their course, and under a ploa of ro -
ligious tolerance guaranteed by the
Constitution, claimed a verdict in
their favor. The jury gave Lichby
a verdict for $2,500.
NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE.-The Il
lustrated London New has pub
lished over 40,000 separate pictures
since it was founded in 1849. One
of its latest achievements, repro.
senting the sortie from Plovna,
required 200 different pieces of
wood in its engraving. It employs
twelve draughtsmen and over fifty
wood engravers, and has h eon
kng"1nto piblish in its morning
issuo an engraving, the drawing of.
which was only received in the
office at six o'clock on the previous
THE SUPnEME COURT Of the State
of New York has decided that J. C.
AVER & Co., of' Lowell, have tho
sole right to use the words Cherry
Pectoral for a medicine, and hats
issued an injunction against F. V.
Buston ofNewYork City, for sel
ling R honsCherry Pectoral or
Cherry Pectoral Lozenges, or any
other use of the name to decive the
public. This decisioun of the high
court inecludes all dealers who sel
any similar .article.-1'ort .Iefferson
The Los Angeles (Cal.) Herald
has the following item :The party
of pickniokers from the Kimball
Mansion who went out to San Ga
briel and the Santa Anita ranch the.
other day, visited Dona Eulalia
Perez de Guilen, and report that the
old lady's hair is changing back
to its original color. The old lady
elaims to be in her 142d year.
FROM CENTENNIAL HEADQUARTrERS
--"I find Dr. Bull's Uoughi Syrup
excellent, having a ready sale and
rendering more satisfacetion than
any Couigh Syr'up I have over sold."
-A. B3. Malony, M. D., Fifteenth
and Carpenter Streets, Philadelphia,
- AUrnTon's OFFlIoE,
WNN4sBono, 8. 0., March 20, 1878.
71BIHS office will beo open from 'ho 1st
..to the 80th of A pril, 1878,for the pur
pose of duplicating sueh returns for the
~seal year i177 as have been destroyed.
.. Agents will be at the following places at
thie times spooined, viz:
Feasterville, Ap Hl 10. 11 and 20.
Monticello, April 10, 11 'and 20.
Jenkinsvile,- April 10, 1 1. and 20.
lieoreb, Apr11 10, 11 an.1 2".
Ridgeway, ~ApriT (0, 11 and 2').
A lBlythewood, April 10, 11 and 20.
Gladden's Groye, April 10, I1 and '.0.
Bear Cre'ek, April 10, I1 and 20.
Woodwprd'e, rpi 1.16, 16 andl( 25.
AllM persons betwee!n 2 and 60 years of
rge are liabl to Poll Tax and w illrpr
n arcb Sh.tt' County Auditor,
NT ZiON INSTITUTE.
R~ IN flthecentlnuabeo of th1rd~
: IedchQeo in connection with un'
'-$~' "d.r udents in the Ancient and(
a ang agsR tlteghf M hematies
tla Pcrbes*ilI be frced lthit
Tins standard article is con
pounded with the greatest care.
Its effects are as wonderful and
as satisfactory as ever.
It restores gray or faded hair to
its youthful color.
It removes all eruptions, itching
and dandruff. It gives the head a
cooling, soothing sensation of great
comfort, and the scalp by its uso
becomes white and clean.
By its tonic properties it restores
the capillary glands to their normal
vigor, preventing baldness, and
making the hair grow thick and
As a dressing, nothing has been
found so effectual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, M. )., State As
sayer of Massachusetts, says, " The
constituents are pure, and carefully
selected for excellent quality; and
I consider it the BEST PREPARATION
for its intended purposes."
Price, One Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may be
relied on to change the color of the
beard from gray or any other un
desirable shade, to brown or black,
at discretion. It is easily applied,
being in one preparation, and quick
ly and el'ect.ually produces a per
manent color, which will neither
rub nor wash off.
Manufaotured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
NASHUA, N. H.
told by all Druggists, and Dealora In Modioos.
Best is Gh apsst
NEWV WILLCOX .t GII3B3S
Silent Sewinq Machine.
Latest Invention, Producing Marvelous
Its sttrpnl.ng muerit, hlnco-i it hei-nnd all corn
peUtiton, mid tnakes it. c1he'pest.. notwith
s., nIu the ug Inr tteeitucul c ofi(cre( i ay
seIlers of noisy, ha il-rnnutig, troublsome, L1v
thrcad, tension iachines.
Only Mlachine in llthe World wit,
A utoiat.ic ntures, and
With no Te'(nsiun to
Write by Postal Card for Price List, List
of Offices, &c.
WILLC)X & I.If!S . M.00
( Cor. Bond'St.) 668 Brouadway, N. Y
137 and 139 M1e tin: Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
IARDWARIE, Cutlery, Guhns, Sad
d ierv, lh.ar Iron atnd Plow Stool, Cucumi
Agenits for Routh Carolinia for the
Patent Steel Unrb Fencing, and the
celebrated Fariner's Friend Plows, one,
two and three horse, at redcaiCd priccs.
Liberal Terms to the Trade.
Large assortment of Agriott tural Im
plnents. Agriultural Steels a specialty.
1Bull Tong. es, Turn Shovels, Scooters,
Sweeps, lleel Blolts, also, rough steel
State Agenta Tredegar' Horse and Mule
f' All orders shall receive promipi
and careful attention.
J. E. ADGER & CO.,
137 and 189 Meeting Street,
deo 18- Chtarleston, 8. 0
WATERS' ORCIHESTRION ti...ORGAN
Ito over tiade. 3t has
5 ~ theelebraited Coner
lnsItt tou of the1 tt,an
han Octaves bell.
moet~ wh the. ree 1r
WATintM'4 4!l,A ItI
vol . o~ orWulowrns ta
to~ ei ne4r Am rat
ibqw * fh
YL OK, WCKEE1EG & CO,
HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND A CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF
-AND A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
TAS WISTS A.1Nrr LiQTTO]R8
(R)DERS sent receive the same attention as when given in per son; and spceial
cares is given to packing. end for Catalogue.
ji --T'L'BEtlI CASIL
Arrived and to arrive, ^.on
sisting of Walnut Chambei
Suites, Painted Cottage Suites
Wardrobes, Sideboards, Safes,
Book Cases, Bureaus, Tables
Chairs, Bedsteads, Cribs
Desks, To" el- racks, Wash,
*tand, Lounges, Sofas, Hall
:Stands, Hat Racks, Coat
Hooks, Corner Stands-for
Design and Workmanship Un
AC- Save high bills by purcbasing AT HOME.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
I3usTio WINDOW SHADES, Low in Price, Durable and Convenient.
will never get out of outer, and wii last longer than any other Shad
Spring Beds, Picturo Framos, Pictures, Brackets, Mirrors, Children's
And Shingles at Prices to Suit the Times.
Neatly done at modorato Prices. Furniture made to order,
I keep on hand a full supply of Metalic and Rosewood Burial Cases
and Coffins of the fncst finish. Also, a cheap stock of Coffins.
R. W. Phillips.
TO THE PUBLIC.
\fY e1.tomora knov t'.:at I harve 1"'. hefora le:l1 the FULiNITU RE tia lo of the
.T son h, iu style. (1:1.ity and piices.
Thn tim 1 1 % , a % w.I3t Z .4i-3 " ,, .1 - tt1. ) *)3 . 'i as cheap) from me as in
the North ant Wist
I do not go .t.k'v:r.F3' ha't c lnti:oiully r t+se th nt uinr1 of my goods, n.1 add
new styl 4. 1 . ai J t ei t' 1 1') " i. . : i v ."x e) 1>b , tnl" ,r parsbl no
expenso to pl )co in your h.in t i .1 ' .' Ii t ''t t: ii i 1q ' \, i to " .u''aso g tals.
I respectfully invite you to call andl exa:n:nt) m v stock ind iices before pur
Orlers by mail wil recoivo as much atten ion a if gir" nl in pers,on.
It would ml:to the list t). La' m t 1 d <eri i,.: an I 'c ,' all the d1iff erent prices of
Parlor Suits, Dining Ro i, ltico. Stan linig, ['trlor an1 L dies' De:,ks, Secreta
ries, )wnrf Librarie:3, ail I3ooc Ca3es, m?:tu tettre- by ao.
Thanking you for past favors, I remain, yours resp.ctf'tully.
-(Y. V. DCGIRAAF,
I47, 147k and 149, BROAD STREET,
jan 8-- .1A..U.? 1& FtE C ER.
PD'No charge for dr.tyaga
C W S T f ALADDIN WLITIEC V1GWITILI
U. & SONS' SECURIYE01.
TH ETHOUSEHOLD OIL IN USE. wnswihaeetnieyavrie ea
Warranted 150 Degrees Fire-Test, ts n aeol rcni enptuo
WVATER WHITE~ IN COLOR. grpgrwroCotnPitdedi18.
, Fully Deodorized. Sm fhshisetrandtmeac
WULL NOT EXPL DE.bawhigt lo h tc fiie hno
HIGHLEST,AWARD jTegae aesmtmsbe ett
Genten niaD Exposition tevnsI nynwta h te er
F~or Exe11enco of 1Innufhetiuro Io h saeadtesl ftewnse
AND) 111011 FIRE TEST. hadAmnthsIsavieotevnag
Inaer.z by the Insura1nco Companie bts.gsin h mpra okymr
.Taxl LII Crtificafe--O;: of Many. wholunieayterieofArcn
Tw.inn FM.i1 TvernANc5 Co. #or BAY.TraonnII, got.Iprt,aeadmlons r
1 I) Lr, e. <.;i, :4- Alessrai. (. Weat c0 &.t rm ral,adbthnyiiasadwn
- n -)nlve.ic iused theo various oils solkfnir aeasei neeti ta h
in thisc cy for'iinm.ntting purposes,I tak epleat-ods aiewn owacsil naycn
I," asLi .thendestover usert in our houso.
.-:] A 'DREWV R1ESE, President. hueo h hres-.Y ieu
Danufaocured by 4O.2,i~7
C. WEST & SOlUS, 3Baiti more.
Try it, and yoa wvill use nso othier. Teaoesek'frisl,btw ol
haOsIbeen ripenedland mellowed'bcageTra.
Gilmore, Smith & Co.,Repcfly t.
SoLIcIToRS OF PATENTs AND ~ Ocda Ruf n u'e
ATTORNBSTIS CAT LAW.W _E_ILL__
J~meIoal days,elrian.uhAveGonTA recenteptuo
the9market..r. nderhiigte well-know
o fes I advnce no untl aPatet Corer of hisreird antertaindo treetc
viewswef.such extreme kind, that the wer
-anilin orllomte socfofwiesnee.o
Cases befortothold'orcany Oorece, bnfmidee
mens SiteIn 1~ediVornt tats ndTheA. grapes h ometimes benvsent, to
di itgatonaportInngto at~b o~..Jmae,l and eimes efrniode , on
Invetios.the~ vinae,I iany o th a tte oh buis
doe of theo estate anthe fa7ie wines Pont
_________ hand; Anl1 the lis oa. wine other vit
ofc 1864 ecida aI~ "4 SweetcUioo .
'Rouse buttlsuggestin th mil UToka morte
gro .;t i an elwns r
reakbe9ad scas n ie
IS 3 OBLISEab EzllT WZfNZ$DAT AT
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