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~BY J A SELBY. COLUM]^ MORNING. NOVEMBER 25. 18G9. VOL. V-NO. 212 "?^??^"
Hora ABB iv ALS, November 24.-Co?
lumbia Hotel-?. Miiett, H. C. Smart,
Beaufort; Wm. E. Earle, Alex. McBeo,
Oreen ville; P. W. Dawson, K. B. Hud
gin, J. Bates, F. Murphy, J. C. Thames,
B. A- B. Pringle, Charleston; F. A. D.
Wilder, N. O.; E. MoO. Clarkson, Bich?
land; m W. Hunter, F. T. Smith, Balti?
more; Wm. J. Whaling, Wisconsin; J. S.
W?e?Spaxtanburg; T. J. Coghlau, Sum?
ter: H. W- Adams, Ringville; Colonel
Baker, Bogan Minee; G. S. Baker, N. C.
Contrai Hotel.-Ed. J. Plowden, C. W.
Godfrey. Mra. Moody, Georgia; Jesse S.
Moore, R. H. Henry, Thomas H. Cathey,
N. 0.;D. M. B. Holley, J. B. Novit, Mrs.
Lyles, Mrs. E. A. Poellnitz, Fairfield; N.
M. Cook, Alston; C. Olney, N. Olney,
N?ckerson House.- John S. Williams,
Augusta, Ga.; C. W. Miller, Joseph Ab?
ney, ?.C.; J. B. Seigler, Helena; P. M.
Woodward, Georgia; Hon. Wm. Wha
ley, S.. J. Thomas, Charleston ; Col.
Samuel B. Paul, Petersburg. Va.; Dr.
R. Vampire, Marion; G. Van Lue,
Samuel H. Hall, New York; W. Q.
Plowden, Manning; J. M. White, York;
G. Mason. Boxboro, N. C; Mr. and Mrs.
McLure, Master McLuro, Chester; A. S.
Pendleton, Virginia; Gen. W. C. Means,
Con?ord, N. C. ; Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Trowbridge, Greenville; Henry Chap?
man and wife, W. L. Van Nest, Atlanta,
Go.; E. Thomas, Frog Level; John W.
Walker, Chester; Sanford H. Stevenson,
Central Falls, R. L : G. C. Chester, Jr.,
Philadelphia; N. Montgomery, N. Y. ;
Joseph H? Gay, Charlotte, N. C.; D.
National Hotel.-V. Sullivan, Wm.
Boozer, Wm. Bridges, Newford; J. D.
Graham, Sumter; Mr. and Mrs. James
Crawford, Union; W. P. Bragg, Spar?
enburg; W. M. Loyd, Laurene; John
W. ,/WHlker, Baltimore; Dr. Wheelers,
W. M. Leake, J. H. Ransom, New York;
J. M. Heape, Greenwood; J. H. Burnes,
Barnwell; J. H. Bowen, Quitman, Ga.;
F. AvBeienger, James Browning, New
York; W. E. Williams, Orangebnrg; C.
H. .'Judson, Greenville; J. J. Mercer,
Helena; W. Loe. B. B. B. B.; John S.
Williams, C O. & A. R. R.
ANNUAL. REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER
OF THE FREEDMEN'S BUREAU.-Gen. Ho?
ward, tho Commissioner of the Freed?
men'*' Bureau, bas inned his annnal
report. . It is largely occupied with a
retrospective view of the operations of
the bureau, which expired by the law of
Congress passed in December last, so far
as relates to aid to refugees. The educa?
tional work aud bounty claims business,
however, were cou tin ned by the same law.
Gen. Howard says the payment of boun?
ties must be continued through the bu?
rean Qr some, other agency, until all shall
have had a reasonable time to present ]
their .claims. Of the continuation of the
educational work, he says:
"The educational work should not only
be continued, but greatly extended. If
the ?tate Governments aro not prepared
nor willing to provide for the education of
all classes, as I hope they will soon do, I
recommend that the General Government j
take the metter in hand. The safety of
tho republic is the supreme law. There
can bo no safety nor permanent peace'
when ignorance reigns. The law of self
proaorvation will justify tho National Le?
gislature in establishing, through the
bureau of education, or some other agen
fy, a general system of free schools, and
nrnishing to all ohildrcn of a suitable
age, suoh instruction in the rudiments of
learning, as may be necessary to fit them
to discharge intelligently the duties of
free American citizens.'"
SUFFERING FOB OTHERS' GUILT.-On
Thanksgiving day,, two convicts were re?
leased from the Massachusetts State Pri?
son' who, according to facts recently
lear ned,, bave suffered imprisonment dur?
ing a period cof nearly five years for a
crime, of whioh another party is guilty.
Their names were John Long and John
Hayes, and the offence charged them was
that of garroting a drunken man on the
A buck, weighing 125 pounds, was
caught by Robert W. Lewis, Jr., on Fri?
day, November 12, near the Fulling
Springs, Alleghany Couuty, Va., held
With tho left baud,.nod. killed with a
huuting-kuifo. The door ' was at .bay
with a cur dog, which waR afraid to seize
it, and the hounds could not bo culled
from the back trail.
Anna Gnresnna, a ?ouug girl at Kieff,
in 'Russia, rescued, recently, seven ehil-'
dren from a burning house which Done
of .tho ii remen dared to enter. The Em?
peror upon hearing of lier heroism, sent
her a thousand silver roubles, and tho
Empress presented her with a valuable
A Minnesota River driver lately trod
on the toes of a Swede, tl)*? metallic calks
in his boots 'entered the Swede's flesh,
and the latter has died of lockjaw.
ANOTHER lot of 200 Bushels, Jn?t received
st the Columbia leo Hourn*, and will be
sold low for cash. J.D. BATEMAN.
. Nov 20
pf/\B0XE8 Factory and Goshen Cheese,
tJ\J Just received and for salo low by
Nov 24 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
JOST received on consignment, and for sale
very low, .1,000 very choice, sweet OHAMOES.
Nov 20 B. O'NEALE A BON.
A Regular Habit of Body is absolutely
essential to physical health and clearness of
intellect. Nor in this all. Beauty of person
cannot co-exist with an unnatural condition
of tho bowels. A free passage of tho refuse
matter*t the system through these natural
wasto pipes, is as nocossary to tho purity of
tho body aa the froo paasago of tho offal i.f a
city through ita Beweis is necessary to tho
health of Us inhabitants.
Indigestion is the primary cause of most of
tho diseases oi tho discharging organs, and
ono of its most common resultB is coiist-'pn
titm. This complaint, besides being danger?
ous in itself, has mauy disagreeable concomi?
tants-sm-h ns an unpleasant breath, a salk w
sltin. contaminated blood and hilo, hemor?
rhoids-, headache, loss of memory, and gene?
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS ro
movo all those evils by removing their imme?
diato canso in tho digestivo organs, and regu?
lating tho action of tho intestines. Thc com?
bination of properties in this celebrated
preparation is ono of its cbiof merits. It is
not merely a stimulant, or a tonic, or an anti
bilious agent, or a nervine, or a blood d?pu?
rent, or a cathartic, but nil these curative
clemente judiciously blended in ono powerful
restorative. It lentis activity and vigor to tho
inert and cnorvated stomach, relieves tho ali?
mentary canal of its obstructions, and gives
tone to tho membrane which lines it, gently
stimulates tho livor, bracee the nerves, and
cheers tho animal spirits. No other remedy
r.oasesaes such a variety of hygienic virtues.
It is to these characteristics that it owes i's
prestige an a household medicine. Experi
eneo Ima proved that it is as harmless as it is
efficacious, and heneo it is ns popular with the
weaker Rex as with tho stronger.
HOSTETTER'B 8TOMACH BITTERS ia sold
in bottles only, and tho trade-mark blown in
tho glass and engraved on tho label, with our
Rteel engraved revenuo stamp over the cork,
ia tho test of genuineness. Beware of coun?
terfeits._ Nov 17 tG
TO CONSUMPTIVES_The advertiser,
having boen restored to health in a few wooka,
by a very simple remedy, after having suffered
several ycara with a severe lung affection, and
that droad disease, Consumption, is anxious to
mako known to his fcllow-snffcrerB the means
To all who desire lt, he will send a copy of
the prescription used, (free of charge,) with
the directions for preparing and using thc
same, which they will find a BUM: Cuni: ron
CON.SL'MITION, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, etc. Tho
object of the advertiser in Bending tho pre?
scription ia to benefit the afflicted, and spread
information which he conceives to be invalua?
ble; and he hopes ovary sufferer will try his
remedy, SB it will cost them nothing, and may
prove a blessing.
Parties wishing tho prescription, will please
address RKV. EDWARD A. WILSON.
Williamsburg, Kings County, New York.
Nov 10 8mo
ERRORS OK YOUTH.-A gentleman who
suffered for years from Nervous Debility, Tro
mature Decay, and all the effects of youthful
indiscretion, will, for sake of suffering huma?
nity, Bend free to all who need it, the re?
ceipt and directions for making the simple
remedy by which he was cured. Sufferers j
winhing to profit by the advertiser's experi-1
enco, can do so by addressing, with perfect
confidence, JOHN B. OGDEN,
Nov 10 3mo No. 42 Cedar atrcet.New York.
THE IIEALINQ POOL.-ESSAYS FOR I
YOUNG MEN, who havo fallen into vicious
habits, and now desire a higher lifo, and a bet?
ter Manhood, with certain means of ielief for
the afflicted. Sent in sealed lotter envelopes,
free of charge. Address, HOWARD ASSOCI?
ATION, Box P., Philadelphia, Pa. Sapt 25 3mo
SPECIAL. NOTICE-To parties in want of
Doors, Sashes and Blinds, we refer to the ad?
vertisement of P. P. Toalo, the large manu?
facturer of those goods in Charleston. Price
I list furnished on application. Jnly 17 Omo
A f\ CRATES choice Mountain APPLES;
-fcV_y packages small and auituble for fami?
lies, for salo low by
D. C. PEIXOTTO A SON,
Nov 21 2 Commission Merchants.
/"V/"\ SEAMLESS Sacks Liverpool Salt
O\J V/ heavy weight, for salo lbw by
D. C. PEIXOTTO A SON,
Aavjtnbly st., Smth'o, the Market.
Nov 21 2
"J Q TUBS choice Orange County BU PT??t
?IO Um best and sweetest in this city--in
small packages, for fialo lowhv
1). C. PEIXOTTO A SON,
Nov 21 2 Commission Merchants.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters.
ttf^ f~~\ IP vo" wan* frce.h Norfolk OVS
'?Vjil?/TERB, call at tho Columbia Ice
Xgf?jfir House, whore they arc kept con?
stantly on hand, and sold low for cash. All
order* from the country promptly attended to.
Nofltr .A'.Hi*_i,_ BATEMAN.
CdPS*' ONE very lino light CARRIAGE,
.S?3=5?C.for single or doublo harness. Also,
a very tine BUGGY. Innulro of
Nov 14 JOHN MoKENZIE.
HEISE'S DINING SALOON
w 18 OPENED for Ihog^
^Trffi?W?SfrHEASON, with choice iWk
OYSTERS, GAME, Ac, together with
everything that is usually kept in a first class
Restaurant, Nov 16
Oak Bark! Oak Bark!
WANTED, at the Columbia Tannery, 100
Cords OAK BARK. Apply to ,
J. P. THOM AS A GO.,
Nov 23 Columbia, 8. C.
i (~\ CASKS PEACHES.
LU 10 *' Tomatoes.
10 " Assorted Pickles,
? " Sauces.
10 *' Oysters.
G Casks Hams.
3 '? S. C. Ships.
5 bids. Pickled Pork.
50 bbls. Cream of tho City Hour.
60 bbls. O K Premium Flour. j
Which I oller low, for cash.
_ Nov 24 H. A T.T.EN.
Kerosene ! Kerosene ! !
PURE KEROSENE OIL. warranted 110, fire
test, for sale low by tho barrel and at re?
tail; also in five tallou'tin cana, at GO cents
per gallon-no thargo for cans-which is very
convenient for countrv purchasers.
NOT 34 " J. A T. H. AGNEW.
Hams! Hams ! !
NEW Bugar-cured nama and Bacon Strips,
just received and for sale low bv
Nov 24 J. AT. It. AGNEW.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters,
RF.CE1VED EVERY DAY, and families can
bo supplied in anv quantity, at
Nov 24 J. E. II RISK'S RESTAUR ANT.
Land For Sale.
ATRACT OF LAND, within two and three
quarter miles of tho city, containing fifty
six acres, of which about eight acres is cleared,
a portion of which being bottom land. The
balanco is well wooded with Pine and Oak.
There arc two fino sp?ugH on tho pisco. For
terms, Ac, apply to THOS. P. WALKER.
Nov 23 _ 13
S)f\f\ EXTRA largo seamless Sacks of
&\J\J Liverpool SALT, now in ?toro on
consignment, and offered at low rates.
Nov ll R. O'NEALE A SON.
To the Public.
^-r-rrx 200 SACKS Liverpool SALT, standard
LwrMwe'"'J'> which wo offer at low figures.
tflgjUl SOO Bbls. FLOUR, or all grades, which
wo will sell to dealers and at retail, as low as
tho market will afford.
New BUCKWHEAT-very choice.
Wo have aloo just finished a largo and com?
modious Warohouse, for tho purpose of stor?
ing Cotton, which ws will store and sell for
our friends. CAMPBELL A JONES,
Nov 20 A few doors above PIKBNIX Office
RESOURCES of tho SOUTHERN FIELD8
AND FORESTS, including n Medical Bo?
tany of tho boutheru States, by F. Peyro
Porcher, M. D.
Tho Campaigns of General Forest and his
Cavalry, with Maps, Ac, >2 50.
Our Own Birds of the United States.
Where is the City 7-S1.60.
Truths Illustrated by Great Authors.
European Vineyards, by Flagg.
Her Mnjestv's Tower, bv Dixon.
The Story of William, tho Silent.
Cheap editions of George Eliot's. Reade's and
Thackeray's Novels, and many beautiful books
for children. For sale at
BRYAN A McCARTER'S
NOT 10 Bookstore.
Complete in all Departments,
BOOOBT AT i^iw rniCKS.
STILL GREATER INDUCEMENTS
O FTP. RUT) TO THE
Trade and Consumers
W. D. LOVE & 00.,
W. D. LOVE, Columbia Hotel Building.
B. B. McCREERY.
Guns and Ammnnition.
I respectfully inform my
friends and thc public in general ;
that I have just received a fine
assortment of DOUBLE AND
SINGLE-BARRELED GUNS, Breach-).iMljtif;
Guns, simple make, from thu best Eurorean .
manufacturers^ Repeaters of all descriptions, [
Powder Flasks, Shot Ponches, Caps, Powder.
Shot and Cutlery, which 1 off. r to sell at rea- |
sonable prices. Guns made toorder. Repair-1
iug donu and warranted, at short notice. I
Nov ll P.JV, "KRAFT. Main ntiert.
SOMETHING pleasant and convenient to
take at all hours of the day or night. No
oue should he without it when tho changea in
thc weather are so frequent. Prion 10 ci nts ?j
stick, or three for 25cents. V ? .? mle at
Nov 9 i ! .. P?.. ..,., ...
Elegant Family E.esidencf: for Sale.
. . THAT very desirable RESIDENCE,
BOT corner of ' Richland and Ball st rt o ts jin
?AUfi.tl.i-i city; formerly tim property of Dr.
Wm. Reynolds -ut present occupied bv \V. II.
Orchard, Esq. Applj to W. B. GU LICK, Esq.,
at tho National Bank, dh Main alttct.
Nov 0 1 moi.
_ A lot of extra fine Saddle,
and Harneas HORSES. Tlitn
Jf^wlcan bo seen at Chas. Logan's V-^?
?M 7l stables, where wo expect 1 r laVifJ
keep constantly on hand a line assortment of
HORRES and MULES during tho winter.
Oct 24 p3 fm_W. S. A J. M. TALBOT. A
TO THE LEGAL PROFESSION.
RICHARDSON'S LAW BE PORTS, VOL. 15.
Bieherdsos's EqnU? Reports, Ye!. 14.
Being tho concluding volumes of tho'D?cisions
of the Supremo Court of Booth Carolina; un?
der the old tegime. -Just published and for
sale by BRYAN <*. McCARTER,
NOT 10 Booksellers, Columbia.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT.
THE CAROLINA KATMAI BANK
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
BY resolution ?if tho hoard of Directora of I
thia Hunk, CERTIFCATES OF DEPOSIT i
will lui issued, dniwing interest at tho ralo of |
seven per cent, per annum, tho legal rate for j
money in thc Ktato of South Carolina, for sums |
deposited in this manner, to remain not Ieee'
than thirty days, payable on demand after ten
The Capital Stock of this Bank ia now
$123,500. and authority baa bern granted to in
creatso it tn tho sum of $200,< 00. Tho eo?urity
of Depositors ia guaranteed by the full pay
reont of thia ('api tal Stock, and" by the ex H ini?
tiation and published reports of ita condition
Whenever required by tho Comptroller of thc
National Currency Bureau.
Thu Uank deals in Exchange, Gold and Silver
Coin, and National and State Securities gene?
rally. Deposits received ii. Coin or Currency,
and paid in thc samo. When interest io paid,
it will bo in kind.
Persons having funda to invest, are respect?
fully invited to correspond with tho President
ar Cashier on thc eubject, and make all inves?
tigation they may eeo proper to satisfy them?
selves of the aafety and productiveness of an
iuvcetmcut in its ?tock.
BOARD OF DIRSCTOKB.
L. D. CHILDS, President.
Dn. J. W. PAUKER, I'DWABC HOPE,
It. O'NEALE, JU., JOHN PRESTON, Jr..,
J. G. OinnEs.
Nov 2.1 f.i _W. B. GULTCK. Cashier.
90 barrels Western FLOUR, tuper, ex?
tra ami family.
2,000 pounds Fino Feed.
Best Orango County Butter, Dairy and Fac?
tory Cheese, Saur Kraut, Mince Meat, (some?
thing nice,) Brandy Fruits. Jollies-assorted
Canned Tomatoes, PcachcB, Salmon, Cove
Oysters, Lobsters. Sardinee, Deeicate?l Cod
Fish, Fulton Market Beef, Pickles, Salmon,
Bav Mackerel, etc., etc
Nov 20 _ LEAPIIABT A SLOANS.
C. F. JACKSON'S.
C. F. JACKSON'S.
Everything Sold Cheap.
BEST Bleached and Brown Homespuns, at
12$ cents, to be found in this city.
Reduced In Prices.
GREAT BARGAINS !
NOW id YOUR CHANCE TO GET CAbSl
MERES CHE Ar,
AT C. JP. JACKSON'S.
To the Public.
OWING to a contemplated charo t; in my
business arrangements, it is absolutely
necessary that all persons who have been
favored at my establishment, should settle up
promptly. This notice is applicable to one
and all. " T. M. POLLOCK,
Nov23 Of the "Pollock House."
Breakfast Bacon and Smoked Beef.
?*f\f\ LBS. Choico Breakfast BACON,
UUU 200 Lbs. Prime Smoked BEEP, for
Bale by R. A ii. D. HOPE.
."V-ff^-ONE 7 and one f> Octave PIANO.
^/^'v-Ff Also, Tuning and ltepairing Pia
? I s' Il 'nos, Melu?looiiH and Organs. Or
?lers ?eft st my residence, Taylor street, near
the Charlotte Depot, will meet with promut
attention. JOSEPH DENCE.'
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Boots and Slea- . .
HA rs, CA rs, i mu a /.;/. /. A S.
Ladiei and Gent's Furnishing Uoods,
Call at JACOB RULKBACHF.R'S.
Removed to KTew Store
Li Columbia Hotel Block. One. Door North
of Main Entrance.
BOOT, SEOE AND HAT HOUSE
IS now receiving a very
E?S!^jj0birge P*H Stock, und is now^4Kfcfr
JrajjVOTtl <>|ien for inspection. The^TS.
SH til Wi 1st nek will bompiiso every
article usually kept in a Iii st t l ?MS house, Mich
ss Hats,from tho lowest grade to ibo linost
silk beaver, Hoots and Shoes ill every style,
?nd at prices to suit all. Trunks, Valises, La?
dies' and Gents' Leather, Carnot and Cloth
Hand-bags, School Satchels. Umbrellas, Ac.
Thankful for past favors. I will bs happy tn
receive ii continuance of publia patronage.
Tho attention of Wholesale Buyers is soli?
cited. Call at Bign of the big Hoot and Hat.
Pot 8 _A. SMYTH E.
Potatoes and Onions.
[tf\ BBLfl. Peach Blow POTATOES.
Ol/ S bbls. Northern ONIONB.
600 bbls. more Cabbage Heads, same as
were lately on exhibition at the PHCKNIX ofllcs.
For sale by GEO. BYMMERS.
/-a,-^ MRS. FLANIGAN rcBpectmlly
A informs thc ladies or Columbia
MEni IL M and vicinity that alic haa received
jffAU Ar ll and would oller for their i ns pen
iA-*'j)lT) lion a vcrv MUperior stock nf Mil
??ESs?g& linery in BONN IS J a, HATH, FEA
' ?^??^\THE"RS and FLOWERS, in end
leas variety, after tho very latest fashions,
and at tho iowcat prices.
Attended to, as usual, with an assortment of
Trimmings, Patterns, Ac. Oct 24
Teas and Coffees.
SELECTED byan expert -Choicest Moyime,
Hyson, Japan Hnil English Breakfast Tea*.
Mocha, Old Government Java, Lagunyra and
common to choico Ilio Coffees. Prices low ami
.piality guaranteed. GEO. SYMMEliS.
?t jr KITS good Virginia BUTTER, for sale
_LO low for cash. E. St G. D. HOPE.
PTAA BUSHELS prime old White CORN,
OKJKJ for Balo hy E. & G. D. HOPE.
To the Ladies'-Millinery.
3II15. c. E. REED has open?
ed for inspection, tho finest and
most, fashionable assortment of
FRENCH, ENGLISH and AME?
RICAN MILLINERY ever offored
in Columbia. CORSETS. HAIR,
itt plain or ornamented, at all prices;
!n au assortment nf cheap FANCY
Vi JEWELlty, HATS, Feathers, real
fe wi Ostrich, Birds of Paradise, ?to. I
w 'W soM low everything in my line. Oct 17 Smo
~ URSULINE INSTITUTE,
CO LUM lil A, SOUTH CAROLINA.
UNDBIt Tin", PATnONAOK OF
iv i<;HT 1CKV. BISHOP IVYNCI1
ti. FOR Prospectus, please address
I "THE MOTHER SUPERIOR," Ur
snline Couvent, Valle Gracie.
Sept 4 3mo
DR. tV. H. TTJTT'S
SARSAPARILLA AND QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
Vendable Liver Pills,
Improved Hair Dye, For sale by
Feb '27 ly E. E. JACKSON.
For tho Curo of nil
to the Restless.
Manufactured by W. IT. CHAFFE A CO., Nu. '207 F.n??l Hnv, Charloeton, 8. 0.,
And sold by HARDT SOLOMON, Columbi* Hotel lluildii?;, Columbia, 8. C.
Nov 21 lm
PREMIUM ROOK ISLAND GOODS?
THIS FI NE LINE OF GOODS. WHICH O It TA IN ED THE PREMIUM
AT THE FAIR, ARE NOW ON SALE A T
J. K. & M. L. KINARD'S.
CALL AND LOOK AT THEM. ENCOURAGE SOUTHERN MANUFAC
INSURE YOUR DWELLINGS
SOUTDERS MUTUAL IXSIMCE C0MP.W1, OF ATHENS, GA.,
Georgia Home Insurance Com'y, o? Columbus.
POLICIES participate in profits, thereby effect ing mt itnimnl reduction of the
premium. Protect the old homestead, ut the least possible eost.
H. E. NICHOLS & CO., Agenta.
Nov 10 1 mo
GRE AT X ND U C EME NT S
J. H. & M. L. KINARD'S.
SPECIAL LINE OF DRESS GOODS just received ?md offered at a small ad
*J vance ou cost.
Special liuo of DOMESTICS, purchased since the recent fall in cotton.
Speciul lino of SHAWLS, in single, double uud Arab.
Special lino of CLOAKS, in latest designa, manufactured expressly for us.
Special Hue of FURS, in River Mink, Coney, Siberian Squirrel and Russian
Special linc of GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
CARPETINGS, OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, ETC.
Prices guaranteed ns cheap as the cheapest. Friends, and visitors to the city,
aro respectfully invited to cull and examine our stock, as we feel confident it will
be to their advantage to do so. J. H. Sc M. L. KINARD.
Nov 10 One Door South of Columbia Hotel.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE.
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