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OOL-UMBIA. S. C.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1869. VOL. V-NO. 217.
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raie* when advertisements are inserted bf
?-Book end Joh Printing of ell kinda
promptly and faithfully attended to. ? .?
fPhvm TJ?iv?r?lty. mn A|rtoaHur?l College,
?nd ? Military Befell.
i^Jr^.jfee. Winn*\)Qro News we toke
tho following editorial, nod givo the re?
ply o? Col. Thomas to r the cell made
?poa him: r
"Columbia is tho locaUou for a State
University. , Colombia is tho location
for a State 'Military Academy. Colum?
bia ss-tho location for a Stale Agricultu?
ral. College. Add Columbia is the locu?
tion for a State Normal School. We do
most earnestly trust that the present
State Government will see the eminent
propriety of treating with contempt and
Boora the narroW'-minded and vindictive
fipito of Boffio -who pretend to express
publio sentiment .upon'1 the great ques?
tion of State education, the sectarian
?bigotry.and self-interest of many others,
the barbarian folly of others still who
oppose State education altogether, and
will go Btraight forrard in the work of
enlightening and developing the State,
and of building up our own State capital
to bo an ornament and centre of univer?
sal attraction.- In the last number of
' Bellow's Review there is an article worth
heeding upon this very question of con
centrating at a single point the higher
Institutions Of every description. The
writer, one of the leading educators of
the great West, states that even in Ger?
many, where population is ten times as
numerous as nero, the universal senti?
ment how favors such concentration.
He states this simply as a fact, without
going into the reasons for it. But wo
can give one reason that is quito suffi?
cient to determino the wbolo question
the stimulating effect of tho society of a
larcro number of earnest and learned
professors, each ambitious c f fame, and
the.emulation called forth by the pre
schoo of a large number of earnest stu?
dents mingling in the same society, even
when pursuing different courses of study.
We believe that, just at present, the
duty of sustaining the University and of
inaugurating a State Normal School de?
volves more particularly upon the Le?
gislature. But it would require simply
an earnest canvass of the State by Col.
John F. Thomas and Col. Alex. Haskell,
or two others like1 them, to got quite
money enough subscribed by tho Survi?
vors' Associations and tho Agricultural
and Mechanical Societies, to re-establish
the South Carolina Military Academy on
a sure and growing foundation, and to
engraft upon it the features of an agri?
cultural and polytechnic school. The
apathy of our people is deplorable. But
in the name of some few earnest men
who grieve over the deterioration of om
education, and hate to see our youth
losing pride in their State, in the name
of the orphan boys of our glorious dead
rapidly growing up beyond the opportu?
nity of being assisted by a grateful peo
plo, .we call upon Col. J. P. Thomas mon
particularly, because of his former con
nection with the State Military Academy
to put his shoulder to the wheel, t<
canvass every District in thc State, tc
speak at every publio place, as he can st
gracefully speak, and to erect an institu
tion in Columbia, which will bo a monti
ment of his own patriotism and of tin
publio spirit of the State. HE CAN IN
IT, and without conversation with hiu
or any one else about it, we point ou
the mau, we suggest to him his work
and earnestly exhort him to his duty."
MB. EDITOR: In au article upon th
subject of education in South Carolina
yon have done mo tho honor to assigi
me au important task, and to accompuu
. it with expressions of confidence in m
ability to execute it. Tho public cu
yon have made upon mo seems to vt
-quire, as due to myself anti courteous t
yon, that I should make a reply.
It is not agreeable to my taste to ob
trade myself upon tho publio notice, an
except in the discharge of a public dut\
I have made it a rulo to con rt a becomin
retirement. In this case, I feel that
violate no rulo of propriety iu appoarin
before the readers of your journal, pai
ticularly (?ince that journal is publishe
in the District where I was reared, an
where I hopo I have a number of carnet
friends. Allow me to say, in the begii
I ning, that I highly approve of yoi
scheme to revive in Columbia, the Bout
Carolina Military Academy, und to el
graft upon it the features of au Agrien
toral and Mechanical School. Snob a
institution in the capital of South O
rohna, would be a most useful work
noble'consummation "most devoutly I
be wished for"-would be to realize tl:
conception of Milton, who called a con
pleto und generous education that whic
enables ono to discltirge skillfully au
magnanimously all the ii ities of the oit
zen, both private aud public, in peut
and in war.
Wo agree that your scheme is high
desirable. As to the means of carry it
it ont, yon suggest a canvass of the Stat
to get the necessary funds-by my frier
Col, Haskell and myself. It is hore th
there does, perhaps, arise some different
of opinion between us. The suggestif
to canvass the Stato in this behalf do
not address itself to my convenience, n
means or my judgment. Your call up<
mo to enter upon thc duty to which yt
exhort me, found me busily nt work in
department of manufactures. Constrai
ed by circumstances to abandonaoaaeid
pn raul ts, I have entered upon the ftc
of material development. The field
which yon invite me is a noble ono, oo
siatent with my taste and exponent
Bnt my poverty constrains me, and
must work with what my hands find to
do, and to do nore.
Were I possessed of ample means, it
wonld give me pleasure to ded?cete my
time and my services to just such a work
as you propose. As it is, allow me to
hope that some one eke, better endowed
than I, will take np the banner you bold
out to me, and imprint upon it the in?
signia of success. And in this connection,
give mo leave to say, that in York ville
there is tho school, and there is tho man
to make the nucleus of yjmr admirable
SrqjeL I allude to tho KiM^Mountuin
Iilitury School, and to itslH^ent Su?
perintendent, ruy friend, CoWrAsbury
Coward, well known as a gallant ei-Coh
federato officer and a high-toned gentle?
You have alluded to my former con?
nection with tho old South Carolina Mi?
litary Academy. Permit me to say, that
it is my knowledge of the working of
that institution, which makes me so
heartily concur with you in the proposi?
tion to re-establish it. It should be re?
established. It was a blessing to South
Carolina, and in the cause of practical
and thorough education, it was a noble
instrument. It went down in the storm
of war, but it lives to-day in the memory
of its friends, and it stands illustrated on
the pages of history by the achievements
of its graduates iu war, by Atfeir
works in peace. Secure ita^revival, and
you, yourself, Mr. Editor, will have erect?
ed "a monument of 'your* own patriot?
ism." Very respectfully yours,
J. P. THOMAS.
COLUMBIA, S. C., November 22, 18G9.
WHAT 18 A TOXIC!-Bear this in mind
that although a tonic is, to a certain extent, a
stimulant-a stimulant, unmodified by any me?
dicinal substances, is not a tonic, bul A D?BILI?
TANT. In HOSTETTER'8 STOMACH BIT-j
Tl'.BS, thero is a stimulating element of tho
purent grade, manufactured in this or any
other country. Every fiery and corrosive oil
or acid which contaminates the ordinary
liquors of commerce, is expelled from the rye
spirit which forms the alcoholic basis of the
BITTERS, by careful and repeated rectifica?
tion. The juices of tho valuable roots, barks
and herbs, infused inte this wholesome pro?
duct of the finest grain, still further modify it?
nature; so that it becomes, in fact, a simple
diffusive agent, minus all tho heady and brain
exciting properties which belong, more or I
less, to all liquors in a raw state It is merely
tho safo and harmless vehicle which renders
the medicinal virtues of the preparation
effective-increasing their active powor, and
diffusing them through the system. Heneo
tho pleasant and gentle glow which is experi- I
ionced after taking a doso of tho BITTERS.
Instead of creating headache, as uumedicatod
stimulants are apt to do, this salubrious tonic
is tho best known remedy for that complaint.
It calms and soothe cerebral excitement,
strengthens tho norves, promotes tho secre?
tion of tho gastric juice, invigorates the
bowels, determines tho fluids to the surface,
improvos tho appetite, increased tho animal
vigor, regulate? organic action, and, from its
mild yet effective alterative qualities, is tho
vory bott preparation that eau bo administer?
ed to tho weaker BOX in the pecnliai diflicultiee
to which their organization subjects thom.
TO CONSUMPTIVES-Tho advertiser,
having been restored to health in afow weeks,
by a very simple remedy, after having buffered
several years with a severe lung affection, and
that dread disease, Consumption, is anxious to
maka known to his fellow-sufferers the means
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of
the prescription used, (free of charge,) with
thc directions for preparing and using the
same, which they will lind a SUBE CURE FOR
CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, etc. Tho
object of the advertiser in sending the pre?
scription is to benefit tho afflicted, and spread
information which he conceives to be invalua?
ble; and ho hopes every sufferer will try his
remedy, as it will east them nothing, and may
prove a bioseing.
Parlies Wishing the prescription, will please
address RBV. EDWARD A. WILSON.
Williamsburg, Kings County, New York.
Nov 10 _ 3mo
EKItOltS OK YOUTH.-A gentleman who
suffered for years from Nervous Debility, Pre?
maturo Decay, and all the effects of youthful
indiscretion, will, for sake of buffering huma?
nity, send freo to all Mho need it, tho re?
ceipt and directions for making tho simplo
remedy by which ho was cured. Sufferers
wishing to profit by tho advertiser's exp?ri?
ence, can do so hy addressing, with perfeot
confidence, JOHN B. OGDEN,
Nov 1(> 3mo No. 42 Cedar street. New York.
TUB MEALING POOli-ESSAYS FOR
YOUNG BIEN, who have fallen into vicious
habits, and now desire a higher lifo, and a bet?
ter Manhood, with certain means of relief for
the afflicted. Sont in soaled letter onvelopes,
free of charge. Address, HOWARD ASSOCI?
ATION Box P., Philadelphia. Pa. Sept 25 3mo
SPECIAL. NOTICE.-To partite in want of
Doora, Sashes and Blinds, we refer to the ad?
vertisement of P. P. Toale, tho largo manu?
facturer of those goods in Charleston. Price
list furnished on application. July 17 9mo
SOME dealers in this city have been in doubt
that I could hold out supplying them with
Beer this summer. I now Inform the public
that I have a large supply of old Lager Beer
on hand, whioh I put against any Beer brought
from th? North, or oven imported from Ger
i many, as to purity aud strength. I am ready
*o ?est ll by ?h* ?U. .eal*
Aug 20_ JOHN C. SEEGERfl.
J?0AA$?F?O?LUHNY? DUNDEE and DOUBLE
10.000 yards of the above for sale at lowest
market rates. E. A G. D. HOPE.
Fire & Life Insurance Agency.
Established in Columbia, 8. C., 1849.
CAPITAL, REPRESENTED, ?40,000,000.
Imperial, of London, (in gold)
.Etna, of Hartford, -
Insurance A Savinga, Richmond, 7a
Merchants, Hartford, -
Southern Mutual, Richmond,
North American, Hartford,
LIFE DEPA RIMENT.
Piedmont A Arlington, Richmond, $1,500,000
Connecticut Mutual, Hartford. - 25,000,000
GEO?. HUGGINS, Agent,
Oflico in rear of Mosers. Duffie, A Chapman's,
Under tho Columbia Hotel Building,
Nov 26 4mo Columbia 8. C.
Branch, Scott & Co.,
Flour, Grain, Provisions and
STOVALL'S EXCELSIOR MILLS.
Nov 12 3mo*
> 3 3 >
co o o bu
" ta*s w
S Tl -
WOULD respectfully inform his friends
and patrons that ho has on hand the
largest stock of Goods, in bis line, brought to
Columbia since tho war, which will bo sold at
New York retail prices. Examine my stock,
before purchasing elsewhere, andi am posi?
tive Jon will be repaid. My stock consists of
Fine Engliab, Swiss and Amerioan Gold
and Silver Watches, American and Imported
Jewelry, Silver Ware, Cutlery, Fairchild Dia?
mond Pointed Pens, French and American
Clocks. Large assortment Fine Musical In?
struments; Gold, Silver and Steel Spectacles,
and many other articles too numerous to men?
tion. Hair Jewelry mado to order.
None but first-class goods kept on hand.
"The Exchange HouJL"
Just Opened m\m
BY PAYSINGER & FR? ?
jrjr-3 TRAVELING business MEM NL,
Unwill lind at this Heu.se manyjjK Hn^P
IUI vantages over ordinary tlu?JH JP^**'
as tho best of MEALS ANI> "L??j "Vean be
obtained at all hours and uffj He rates.
Restaurant and Bar attaclJM WTwill al
wavs be kept on hancLgfl HjLIQUORS,
WINES ANO BEGAUS; fl KoYSTERS,
GAME, FISH, Ac. fl Nov 17
Newberry //A "W^eok.
SITUATED rm Assembly street, near tho
North-east corner of the Market, bi now
prepared to bervo up OYSTERS iu every style,
to nieass the patrons ot thu House.
Families can be supplied with Oysters either
on tho shell or opened.
Thc BAR is furnished with the best of
WINES, LIQUORS ETC
A due ROWLING ALLEY ?H attached to tho
House. D. McQUINNlS,
Nov 4 5* Proprietor.
THE POLLOCK UOUSE RES
.j"T AU RANT is now in comploto work?
ing order. OYSTERS will bo served
up in every style and in the best manner. Fa?
milies supplied in any quantity.
Also, GAME in season; besides j
REFRESHMENTS of everv kind.
The HILLIARD ROOM is again in"
operation. Tables from best
^makers. T. M. POLLOCK,
"?? Oct 28 Proprietor.
Drags, Medicines, Chemicals, &c,
AT WHOLESALE A KD RETAIL.
Fisher & Heinitsh, Druggists,
OFFER for salo a large stock of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, SUNDRIES,
FANCY ARTICLES, Patent Medi?
cines, Perfumery, and other articles
-all of tho best quality and at tho
Merchants in tho interior will do well to stop
and examine beforo buving elsewhere.
1.000 lbs. Sup. Curb. Soda,
1,000 lbs. Bluo Stone,
5,000 lbs. Epsom Salts,
5 gross Opodoldoo,
50 lbs. Rluo Mass,
100 gallons Castor Oil,
100 lbs. Calomel,
10 gross Worm Sugar Plums,
Gross of Essences, Castor Oi! in Dottles,
5 gross Qnaker Liniment,
Pain Killer, Mustang Liniment,
All kinds of Patent Medicines,
Turpentine, Alcohol, Kerosene Oil. Nov 10 t
Gibbes & Thomas, Real Estate Agents,
OFFER their services to tho public as GEN?
ERAL LAND AGENTS. Will bny and sell
Lands, and other property, on commission. No
aharges until sales are effected.
JAMES O. GIBBES,
JOHN P. THOMAS,
Jan 19 WADE HAMPTON GIBBES^ _
A PINE ASSORTMENT
SARSAPARILLAS, QUEEN'S DE?
LIGHTS, COD LIVER OIL, LIVER
REGULATORS, LIVER INVIGOR
ANTS, st E. E. JACKSON'S.
Gas* and Ammunition.
- I re npr ot fol ly inform my
jJ*?t*"^Z friends and tho publio in general
^C^SSaa that I have just received a fine
W ^assortment of DOUBLE AND
SINGLE-BABRELED GUNS, Breach-loading
Guns, simple make, from tho beat Eurorcan
manufacturers, Kopeaters of all descriptions,
Powder Flasks, Shot Pouches, Caps, Powder.
Shot and Cutlery, which I offer to sell at rea?
sonable prices. Guns made to order. Repair?
ing done and warranted, at short notice.
__Novtl_ _P. W, KRAFT, Main stioet.
DICKSON'S IMPROVED COTTON SEED.
GROWN from Seed purchased directly of
Mr. David Diokson, in 18C7, and carefully
preserved from mixing or adult?ration with
I will deliver tho Seed, sacked in good ordor,
at the Louisville Depot, South Carolina Rail?
road, at $2.00 per bushel, for any amount un?
der 5 bushels, or at $1.50 per bushel, for all
amounts in OXCOBS of 5 bushels.
A. P. AMAREB, St. Matthow's, S. C.
I respectfully refer to tho below named gen?
tlemen, whopnrohased Seed of me last spring,
tor information touching the purity sud supe?
riority of tho Seed, to wit: Hon. T. J. Good?
wyn, Dr. A. R. Taber, Fort Motto ; P. M. Hou?
ser, Esq., and Wm. Paulling, Esq., St. Mat?
thow's; L.E. Beckwith, Esq., Jamison's; and
Captaiu F. H. W. Briggmann and W. B. Muller,
Esq., Orangeburg Court House ; all cf Orange
burg County, S. C. A. P. A.
Nov 3 Imo*
Fare Dickson Cotton Seed.
WE offer for salo 800 bushels pure "Dickson
COTTON SEED," grown from seed ob?
tained from Mr. David Dickson. Oxford, Ga.,
last spring, and which wero selected for his
Notwithstanding tho unprecedented dry sea?
son-which bas continued for several months
we have gathered, up to tho present time,
from 1,500 to 2,450 pounds to the aero.
Prico $3.50 for ono to five bushels; $3.00 for
five bushels or more.
OXFORD, Ga., November 4, 18C9.
T do certify that I sold to Messrs. Richard
O'Noalo A Hon, of Columbia, 8. C., some of my
choice improved Cotton Soed, for planting
purposes. They proposed to Bell a portion of
what they raised. Planters purchasing the
Seed thev raise, may rely upon getting tho
Genuino Dickson Seed. DAVID DICKSON.
We are Mr. Dickson's agents here, and will
order Seed direct from Mr. Dickson, if desired.
Price $5.00 from one to five bushels, or $4.00
for five and upwards.
Nov 9_RICHARD O^NEALE A 8QN.
Industrial Iron Works.
THE undersigned, having procured
?fiT?ftgood tools, has commenced a general
'ay^Machino business, at the corner of
Wayne and Gervais or Bridge streets, opposite
tho* Greenville passenger depot, and is now
ready to. receive orders for building and repair?
ing all kinds of Machinery, such as Steam En?
gines and Boilers, Circular Saw, Flour and
Grist Mills, Mill Gearing, Shafting and Pul?
leys, Cotton Press y crews and Irons, Iron
Bailings for Cemeteries and Buildings, Bridge
and other Bolts and Nuts of any desired sizes,
and Wrought Iron Forgings. Promptness
guaranteed. J. A. J. DERRICK.
Oct 30 Imo
Next to Agnew's, on Plain Street.
NOW on hand and receiving the largest
stock or FURNITURE OF EVERY DE?
SCRIPTION ever brought to this market, con?
sisting in part cf 50 Bed-room suits iu Maho?
gany, Walnut, Chosnut and Fainted-souto of
them at very low prices.
DINING BOOM and PARLOR SUITS.
BEDSTEADS of all kinds-Maple, Walnut
SIDEBOARDS and BUREAUS at all price?.
CIIAIR8 of every description, direct from
tho manufacturers, and ut prieoa that cannot
tail to please tho closest buvers.
SS-All kinds or FURNITURE MADE TO
ORDER. REPAIRING at shortest notice and
in the best manner.
FUNERALS served with all kinds of Met alic
or Wood Cofiins. M. H. BERRY,
C L O T II I ? Gr .
X HAVE JUST RECEIVED AMU OPENED
a very large and desirable Stock of Fall and
Winter CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, Ac, which I am determined to offer
purchasers on the most reasonable terms.
Oct 13 WM. J. HOKE.
Removed to New Store
Tn Columbia Hotel Block, Om Boor North
oj Main Entrance.
BOOT, SHOE AND HAT HOUSE
IS now receiving a very
large Fall Stock, and is now
open for inspection. Tho?"
stock will comprise avery?
article usually kept iu a first c?as? house, such
SB Hats, from the lowust grado to ibo finest
silk beaver, Boots and Shoes in every stylo,
and at prices to suit all, Trunks, Valises, La?
dles' and Centn' Leather, Carpet and Cloth
Hand-bags, School Satchels, Umbrellas, Ac.
Thankful for past favors. I ?ill be happy to
recoivo a continuance of pnblie patronage.
Tho attention of Wholesale Buyers in soli?
cited. Call at sign of the big Boot and Hat.
Oct 3 _A. SMYTHE.
?E? DB. D. L. BOOZER, grateful Tor thc
*?"H"r"r?Hberal patronage be has received fi om
the citizens of this city and the surrounding
District, during the past year, respectfully an?
nounces that he now permanently establishes
himself in Colombia. All op?ration? on the
natural Teeth faithfully performed. ARTI?
FICIAL GASE8, in every approvod method,
carefully and satisfactorily executed-among
which he would call special attention to that
known as Reynold,*' Patent; and of his suc?
cess in constructing Artificial Cases by this
beautiful and durable process, ho is enabled,
with confidence, to refer to his patienta and to
the patentee. O Alee on Main s tree t, ovor First
National Bank. Jan 8
m.^'. MRS. FLANIGAN respectfully
uv?fifflf^? icforras tho ladies ot Columbia
HE?i IfcB Rnt* v?Wn'ly tnat DafJ received
jBu'' Af JW and would offer for their inspec?
tsAl issi tlon a Tery suporior stock of Mil
?z&S&S^ linerv in BONNE I'S, HATS, FEA
^?^^XTHERS and FLOWERS, in end?
less varioty, after the very latest fashions,
and at the lowest prices.
Attended to, as usual, with an assortment of I
Trimmings, Patterns, Ac._? Oct 24
Teas and Coffees,
SELECTED by an expert-Choicest Moy uno,
Hyson, Japan and English Breakfast Teas.
Mocha, Old Government Java, Laguayraand
common to choice Rio Coffees. Prices low and
Quality guaranteed GEO. SYMMERS.
Dupont's Gunpowder Agency.
AFULL supply constantly on hand, of all
grades, in Whole, Half and Quarter Kegs
and Canisters, for salo low to tho trade and
consumere-also, Drop and Buck SHOT, Per?
cussion CAPS. Gun Flints, Ac, for salo low,
by J. A T. B. AGNEW.
To the Ladies-Millinery.
SIRS. C. E. REED h aa opon
^<^aK ed for inspection, tbo finest and
>SC!MS? rnost fashionable aeaortraont of
nuKw? FRENCH, ENGLISH and AME
^?BajeS RICAN BIILL1NERY ever offered
g&&B?fffl in Columbia. CORSETS, HAIR.
tt?K5a?ff plai j or ornamented, at all prices:
e*J/fr2i an assortment of cheap FANCY
-,alni 2EWELBY, HATS, Feathers, real
Ostrich, Birds of Paradise, eto. I
will soil low everything in my ?ne. Oct 17 8mo
COLUMBI Ai SOUTH CA ROZINA.
^?KW t'SDin THE PATBOSAUB OF
AfuMk RIGHT REV. BISHOP LYNCH
egf^Bfe FOR Prospectas, please address
^TSE"T1IE MOTHER SUPERIOR," Ur
Wrr^tW Buline Convent, Yalle Crucis.
Cigar aopt 4_3mo
DR. \V. H. TUTT'BV
SARSAPARILLA AND QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
Vegetable Liver Pills,
Improved Hair Dye, For sale bjr
Feb 27 ly E. E. JACKSON..
For tho Care of all
Fever aud Ague,
Disorders of the
Manufactured by W. H. CHAPEE A CO., No. 207 East Day, Charleston, 8. C.,
And sold by HARDY SOLOMON, Columbia Hotel Building, Columbia, B. 0.
PREMIUM ROOK ISLAND GOODS.
THIS FINE LIKE OF G O OHS, WHICH OBTAINED THE PREMIUM
AT THE FAIR, ARE NOW ON SALE AT
J. H. & M. L. KINABD'8.
CALL AND LOOK A T THEM. ENCOURAGE SOUTHERN MANUFAC?
INSURE YOUR DWELLINGS
IN Tn H
mmU MUTUAL lXSLRAXCB C01IPAW, OF ATHENS, GA.,
Georgia Home Insurance Com'y, of Columbus.
POLICIES participate in profits, thereby eff-cting nu nnnnal reduction of the
premium. Protect the old homestead, at the least possible cost.
H. E. NICHOLS & CO., Agents.
Nov 10 1 mo
GRE AT INDUCEMENTS
J. H. & M. L. KIN ARD 'S.
- ? - -
SPECIAL LINE OF DRESS GOODS just received ?ml ofTtred nt a small ad?
vance on cost.
Special line of DOMESTICS, purchased since ?he recent fall in cotton.
Special lino of SHAWLS, in single, double aud Arab.
Special line of CLOAKS, in latest designs, manufactured expressly for UR.
Special liuc of FURS, in River Mink, Coney, Siberian Squirrel and Russian
Special line of GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
CARPETINGS, OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, ETC.
Prices guaranteed as cheap as tho cheapest. Friends, and visitors to the city,
aro respectfully invited to call ami examine our stock, as wo feel confident it will
be to their rulvnutnge to du so. J. H. k M. L. KINARD.
Nov 10 One Door South ci Columbia Hotel.
FIRE ANS LIFE INSURANCE.
H. E. NICHOLS & CO., AGENTS.
I REPRESENT Computes eminent for AGE. STABILITY ami HONORABLE
I DEALING, possessing aggregate accumulated assets of nearly
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