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4'Let our jost Censures
Attend the True Event.'
BY J. A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER C, 1872.
VOL. VIII-NO. 17#.
MR. GREELEY'S LATE SPEECHES.
After a two weeks' tour in the West, Mr.
Greeley has returned to New York, hav?
ing appeared in various parts of the
country before vast popular assemblages
of men whose votos he seeks in behalf
of a cause which he believes involves the
pacification of the country and pu ri fi ca?
tion of tho Government. As he himself
has said, it has long bceu a part of tho
nnwritten law of our politics that a Pre?
sidential candidato Bhall not go boforo
tho people and discuss his own claims.
This historical precedent ho has soon flt
to disregard, in view of his great canse.
Still, it is not every aspirant to tho Pro
sidenoy who might not damage his pros?
pects by addressing popular audionoes,
and, therefore, it might be expedient for
some to enrobe themselves iu dignity,
and have it understood that sileuoe is
also statesmanship. Jgut Mr. Greeley
seems to have soen no reason why ho
should not look his countrymen in tho
face, uoi why he should confino himself
in his addresses to them to non-political
topics. Ho has now returned to Now
York, after an absence of some two
weeks, during which ho has made some
five or six speeches, of various lengths,
almost every day. His audiences have
been vast and of all Bhades of national
and locai politios and ideas, yet, if ho
has ever failed of speaking appropriately
to the audienoe and the occasion-if he
has ever failed of eliciting those sympa?
thies which make the whole world kin
if ho has ever been indiscreet, iu one of
his utterances, or irritating or unchari?
table in a single word or expression-we
do not know when or where those faults
can be justly laid to his oharge. There
may be some who cannot understand
what an achievement this is, but it is
because they cannot realise its difficul?
ties, and now do not know even the
magnetism of an immense audienoe, in
enthUB?aBtio aocord with a speaker, to
tempt the most practiced orator to for?
get his discretion and spread his sails to
the favoring breeze, without an eye to
Mr. Greeley has come ont from the
new and trying ordeal to which he has
been subjected, not only without damage
to his reputation, but with new laurels,
Bho win g a fertility and versatility of
powers which are really amazing, and
not injuring the effect by a single one of
the numerous indiscretions which his
enemies predicted. Far superior, how?
ever, to the intellectual triumph, iii his
identifying himself with the great senti?
ment of reconciliation which pervades
the hearts and minds of the oountry, and
of whioh he is tho representative, the
champion, as he is also of honesty and
faithful service in public officers. What?
ever the result of the canvass, it is to be
hoped that the good seed whioh Mr.
Greeley has sown broadoaat will in due
time take root, and the real instead of
the nominal re-union, decentralization
of power, and the right of the American
people to manage their own affairs will
eventually be triumphant.
A WHITE ELEPHANT IN AMERICA.-As
Sir Boyle Roach, if living, would say,
that rara avis, a white elephant, has
arrived in this country. These elephants
are more probably Albinoss, and are
very seldom seen, even in the East. In
Siam, where a white elephant is an
object of worship, it oan with difficulty
be proonred. Upon the death of the
last one, at Bangkok, after a long search,
a beautiful cream colored Albino waa
fonud for his successor. He was cap?
tured. On a certain day he was brought
from the forest to be installed in bis
palaoe with theoustomary white monkey,
to ward off evil spirits. There he was to
be worshipped SB possessing the form
assooiated with the appearance on earth
of Buddha. Tho people went out to
meet him with shouts and rejoicing, and
Buch a waving of national banners, em?
blazoned with a white elephant on a
crimson ground, that was enongh to
frighten Buddha himself. No sooner
was tho honored beast within sight of the
town of Bangkok, and tho motley and
noisy array of people, than he incon?
tinently turned around, broke easily from
his keepers, and ruado for his native
jungle. Whether the distressed Siamese
ever caught him again wo never heard.
Tho white elephant, now at Chattanooga,
Tennessee, is, we believe, tho only one
that has ever arrived in this country.
ANNAPOLIS.-John O'Keofe, tho Now
York aspirant for honors at tho Naval
Academy, Annapolis, has been most cor?
dially received by his classmates, every
one welcoming him with hearty grasps
of the hand. It was represented to
them how ho had struggled to merit ap?
pointment, and it was hoped his lowly
position^ would not influenco his associ?
ates against his honest effort to acquit
himself of every duty. On account of
his humble birth, he is likely, says ouo
of his ulussmates, lo bo their recognized
leader. Colored Cadet Midshipman
Conyers will not faro so woll. Secretary
Robeson, however, has giveu cadets
timely warning that if thoro is any at?
tempt to haze bim or disregard the dis?
cipline of tho academy, offenders will be
looked upon OB unwilling to observe tho
first rule of service, viz: obedience to
commande of superiors, and rogarded as
unworthy to remain at the academy.
A correspondent of a Pittsburg paper
describing tho rocen t auction salo nt the
Patent Office at Washington, nays that
among tho furniture thero were such
tempting littlo sofas and chairs for a
child's play houso, and such a darling
littlo bedstead for a flaxon-hiired doll;
such cunning tables for a children's tex
party; such ravishing littlo cooking
stoves with the tiniest of toa kettles, that
could be mado to steam and sputter Uko
a groat family kettle with bulged sides
and a orooked spout. And only to think
that thero WUB no good old grand-father
there to buy all these treasures for tho
children, and they woro knocked down
to a gr um modol-maker, who takes no
pleasure in makiug little folks happy.
* Tho Now York Times, Grant's leading
organ, takes the part of tho steamship
companies against tho immigrants so
horribly maltreatod on their voyage to
this country, and flippantly ridionlea
thoir Bufferings. Tho Grant and Wilson
leaders have very little UPO for "tiled-d
Datch and Irish."
Tho Detroit Post speaks of Grant's
"dignified, gentlemanly retioence." It
is not often that a lacis of brains givos
anything that is oithor dignified or gen?
tlemanly to a man. But, then, Grant
hus a groat many things given him that
no other President over had.
Tho Applotons have just published a
guide book entitled "Skeleton Routes."
Do they wish us to understand that thc
aathor traveled as a dead-head? or does
he simply describa the "out-skirts" of
the plaoes visited?
On Marriage.-nappy relief for Young
Men from the offects of Errors and Abuses in
early lifo. Manhood roBtored. Impediments
to Marriage removed. New method of treat?
ment. New and remarkable romedicB. Books
and circulars sent free, in aoaled envelopes.
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2
South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Aug 12_3mo _
Asthma.-Any medicino which will alle?
viate tho paroxysms of this dreadful disease
will be flailed with joy by thousands of suffer?
ers. Tho certificates which accompany JONAS
WHITCOMB'S BEMEUY are from tho moat relia
ble sources, and attest to its wondoiful power,
evon in tho moat severe caaos. Joseph Bur?
nett A Co.. proprietors, Boston.
Free Advertising.-prom family to fami?
ly, from city to oity, from State to Stato, thc
famo of Dn. WALKEB'S VEGETABLE VINEGAII
BITTERS, as a specific for all derangements ol
tho atom ich, bowels and liver, ia continually
extending. Its voluntary missionaries arc
innumerable, and public enthusiasm ia itt
favor spreads tauter than a prairie l?ro.
Don't Slight Your Teeth.-Romemhei
that upon their labor, tho hoalth of tho ato
mach dependa. Keep them perfect, and ii
order to do so, manipulate them with a brual
dipped in the fragrant Sozodont, onco or twici
Who Will Suffer.-It is now 21 yean
since Dr. Tobiaa* Venitian Liniment was pu
before the public; warranting it to cur
Chronic Rheumatism, Headache, Cuts, Burns
Bruises, Old Sores, Paina in tho Limbs, Bael
and Chest, and it has never failed. Sold b;
all Druggists. Depot, 10 Park Place, Nei
For Dyspepsia, indigestion, depression c
spirits and general debility in their variou
forms; also, as a preventive against Fove
and Ague, and other intermittent fevers, tb
Perro-Phosphoratod Elixir of Calisaya, mad
by Caswell, Hazard A Oo., New York, aud sol
by all druggists, is the best tonio, and as
tonio for patients recovering from fever c
other sioknesa, it has no equal.
Thurston's ivory Pearl Tooth Powttei
-The boBt article known for cleansing an
?reserving the teeth and gumB. Sold hy a
iruggists. Price 25 and 50 cents per botth
F. O. Wells A Co., New York.
Christ adoro'? Mair Dye stands unri vale
in the world. No lady or gentleman of dil
crimination nata any other. It ia tho moi
perfeot, reliable and effective Hair Dye in tl
world: Manufactory, C8 Maiden Lane, N. Y.
Carbolic Salve, recommended by Phys
oians as tho groat Healing Compound. Pri<
25 cents por box. John F. Henry, solo Pn
priotor, 8 College Place, New York.
Ulsiey's Duchu is a roliablo Diuretic ar
Tonio for all derangements of tho urinal
and genital organs. The genuine, as forme
ly sold by Haviland, Harral A- Risley ai
their branches, is now prepared by H. \
Risloy, tho originator and Proprietor; ni
tho trade supplied hy bia successors, Morgi
& Risley, Now York.
Svapnla, or opium purified, tho moat pe
feet auodvno in tho market, mado by proct?
or Dr. I. M. Bigelow, Detroit Medical Colleg
ia always uniform in strength, which is rare
tho caao in other preparations of opinm.
I*I at I'D Astral Oil lias a world-wide rep
tation as the eureat and beat illuminating o
Over 2.000,000 gallons havo boon sold for t
past two years, from which no accidents
any description havo occurred. Sond fore
cular. Oil liouao ot Charles Pratt, natu
liahod 1770, New York.
We Have Frequently Heard motin
say thoy would not be without Mra. Willalo*.
Soothing Syrup, from tho birth of the ch
until it baa finished with the teething nie;
under anv consideration whatever.
The secret of Beauly.-What ia it?
longer asked, for tho world of faahiou and
tho ladies know that ia produced by uainj
delightful and harmless toilet pr?par?t:
known as G. W. Laird'a "Bloom of Youtl
Its bcautifving effecta aro truly wonder!
Depot. 5 Gold stroet,_Now York. Oct 2 t
French and German.
"1TTANTED, PUPILS for FRENCH n
W G HRMAN LESSONS. Terms mo
rato. ! im in re at Hendrix I i HUMO, Room If
WITH first class accommodations, can
obtained on Plain street, near Bull.
Oct 8_jMitS. S. J. WYATT
YOU KNOW H?1S
i"I^O mako amt should know how to ini
JL money, for
IT IS YOURSELF
Who will derivo tho greatest benefit. Plc
rcmomber the following: Always got tho I
you can for tho money. Buy tho "Ool
Bug," only found at tho sign of tho "Inc
Oirl," and you will know how it is your
when you want CigarB, thrco for twonty
cents. Always get tho most vou can for
monoy. Ask tho prico of Smoking and Cli
ing Tobacco, at the sign of tho '"Indian Gi
and you will know how it is yonrsolf w
you want to savo monoy. Always doal i
thoBe who mako a specialty of thoir buain
Get a box rf Cigars at tho sign of tho'
dian Girl," and you will know how it ia y
Bftlf when you want to invest money. Or
solicited. Samples sont by niall.
S. J. PERRY,
Indian Girl Cigar Store, Columbia. B.
ALL persons indebted to tho lato lin
CARROLL & SPELLMAN will ploase
at my Carriago Repository and nettle
samo with my Agent, Mr. M. J. CALNAN.
15th instant, all Claims remaining un
will bo placed in suit. This coureo is ii
ponsablo to close thc business of Carr
Spollman. JOHN Af i NE
"Amazement on My Mother Sits."
SUCH waB tho exclamation young Hamlet
mado to his "Ma," upon her return from
the GREAT GROCERY STORE of
GEORGE S YUMERS.
Tho old lady had boon in a good deal of
troublo lately, about Grocery matter?; but
wandering a little- further than bor wont
down town, she happened to atop into
Purcbaaod hor supplies, upon receipt of
which,satisfaction so beamed upon ber coun?
tenance, thut young Hamlet (hopeful cuati)
lot looeo tho expression used to poiut the
moral of this advertisement.
Tho quantity, quality and remarkably rea?
sonable pricos of our goods, invite tho patron?
age of tho public. Call, purohaao and bo con?
vinced; and (a word in your oar) bo Bliro to
pay for thom, as goods not worth paying for
aint worth buying._GEO. BYMMERS.
min il l
The Handsomest, the
Cheapest, the most
Stylish Dry Goods,
Millinery, Boots and
Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Carpets, Oil Cloths,
Goods and Dress-Mak?
ing Department ever
seen South. Our prices
this season are more
attractive than ever.
R. C. SHIVER & CO.
?3" Sumter Watchman and Camdon Jour?
nal copy (with changes from Puu-:six) for ono
quarter. Oct 4
2,500 YARDS REMNANTS v3
10 CENTS A YARD.
A full stock of
LADIES' LEATHER KELTS,
NOW ALL THE STYLE.
_C. F^JTACKSON. _
A Valuable Tract of Land For Salo.
npKE subscriber offers for salo his PLANTA?
_L TION, near Abbeville Court House, part
of it within tho corporate limits of tho town.
It contains 350 acres of land, seventy-flvo of
which is good creek bottom. On it is a com?
fortable Dwelling Monee, Gin lionne, and all
necessary out-buildings; also, a Vineyard ol
Scuppcrnong Grapes of BOVCli acres, in full
bearing, with a stone Houso, Collar, and all
appliances for making wine, and a lino collec?
tion of Fruit Troon. lt. E. BOWIE,
Boptl_Abbeville C. H., S. C.
CITY OF COLUMBIA COUPONS, reeeiva?
ble for taxes.
TO RENT, TWO ROOMS aboyo Mr. Olazo'e
storo. Apply to
_Sopt 8 tlQ _EDWIN J. SCOTT A SON.
APLANTATION in Sumter County, known
as tho Bradford Springs Placo. It con?
tains 753 acres of land, fifteen miles from
Sumter C. II. and about tho aamo distance
from Camdon. For particulars and terms,
apply,to Messrs. BLANDINA & RICHARDSON,
Attorneys at Law, Sumtor 0. H.. Sept 1
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
COLVailiI?, S. C., Sept. 25, 1872.
AFTER tho 1st day nf October, tho Ordi?
nance regarding SWINE running at largo
in the streets will bo enforced.
Sept 2G C. BAHN UM, City Clerk.
J. H. KINARI).
IHAVE recently returned from tho North,
and am prepared to exhibit thu most com?
pleto and elegant ?tock of
Ever brought to this niarkot, consisting of I
tho latest uud most popular styles in DRESS
GOODS, CASS1MEREH, Ac, with a full linc ot |
HOSIERY AND GLOVES!
And select assortments of Carpetings, Win-|
dow Shades and Curtains, Hugs, Mattings,
and all other articles usually found in a FIRST
CLASS DUY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT.
Thc grand opening of tho
On THURSDAY, October 10, under the di-1
rection and eupervisiou of
MRS. A. MCCORMICK,
Bo gonerally known throughout tho Stato for I
her skill and taste, offers unusual attractions, I
tho stock having been carefully selected by <
herself, and placed at ligurcs to meet all]
HOWE SEWING MACHINE
And AMERICAN BUTTON-HOLE AND
OVER-SEWING MACHINE constitute a pro-1
minent feature in tho lino of my business,
being justly considered the most efficient aud |
satisfactory now iu uso.
Tho public generally arc invited to give mo
J. H. KIN ARD,
UM Main Street,
Pet 4 Ono door South of Columbia Botch
THAT LARGE STORE, in tho Co-1
lunibia, Hotel Block, recently occupied
by Messrs. Lovo A McCroorv. Apply to
Oct 4_C. O. MARSHALL.
Desirable Residence for Sale.
ur THE desirable ono and a half story '
?JWDWELLING, locatod on tho South-west
"""?"?corner of Lady and Marion stroets, is
offered for salo. Tho houso has all tho mo?
dern improvements, with a Mansard roof.
I Tho lot contains half an acre. For terms,
apply lo_T. M. POLLOCK.
TO an approved tenant, I will rent the I
"Walker House," situated on Upper |
_Boundary street. Apply to
Sept 20_R. O'NEALE. Ja.
STORE-ROOM, corner of Main and
[Laurel streets, now occupied by J. S.
LChambers. Possossion given immedi?
ately. Apply to ARTHUR * BOONE,
Sept 13_ No. 2 Law Range.
MSTGRE-ROOM, Excharge House
Building, Main street, recently oct upied
by F. Curdarolli. Apply to
ARTHUR A BOONE, No. 2 Law Bango.
THAT largo and commodious STORE 1
l?iViTnow occupied by Messrs. Porter A Steele.
JijJLPossessioii given the 1st of October.
Eur terms, inquire of G. DIERCK3.
MTHE HOUSE and LOT, on Pickens
htreot, belonging to the Estate of Mrs.
Sept 8_EDWIN J. SCOTT, Executor.
Valuable Real Estate for Sale.
TWO largo and commodious WARE?
HOUSES, on Gervais street, near tho
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Depot, now
occupied by Blakelv ,t Friday, aud Wolla A
Caldwell. Lots ri nning through tho square
i ts Lady street. For terms, Ac, apply to
ARTHUR ?V BOONE, Law Range,
Or SEIHELH A EZELI., Real Estato Ageuts.
Hams, S. C. Shoulders and Strips.
Q ( \f\f~\ LUM. Sugar-Cured HHOUL
tJt\J\J\_P DEUS, Hams, Breakfast Ba?
con and Smoked Tongues, For sale hy
Sept 27 HOPE & GYLES,
Bonds tor Sale.
THE Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad Company will sell ?100,000nf its
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS, bearing interest
at tho rate of 7 per cent, per annum, at hO
and accrued interest on 100-making tho in?
vestor nearly 1) pe r cent, p r annum, ill addi?
tion io the discount. Apply tn M. P. Pegram,
Cashier First National Bank, Charlotte, C.
Boukni(.'ht, Treasurer, or
Sept 25 WM. JOHNSTON, President.
Soegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't cniitnin Cocoenlus Indiens Fiat
[terries to inuko s'oeny or headache.
I pr/ \BUSHELS PRIME RYE, for Seed.
LO' ' For sale for cash nilly.
Rcpt H _ lloPE A OYLES.
Enormous Bcath-Rate in Now York.
101 Q DEATHS a week. Cl to 1.000 in
.et/JLO habitant*, double that of London.
This fearful mortality is troubling the peo?
ple What shall be done? is tho question.
Purify tho Blood and Regulato tho Liver,
wo adviso every one, a* a sanitary measure;
nover ho without a hex of HKJNITSII'S
BLOOD and LIVER PILLS. They Purify tho
Blood and Regulato the Liver-two things
absolutelv essential to health. Go tu
Heiniteh's Templo or Health, and get ii box
of Blood and Livor Pills. Sept S t_
PIGS' FEET BOUSED,
CHOICE GOSHEN RUTTER.
All fresh and for salo low for cash by
June 10 HOPEA OYLES.
v-saJOT Selling Ont Below Gost.
LADIES' WRITING DESKS, Jewel Cases
and Traveling Companions.
ISAAC SULZHACl'l!. IL
Oatr, and Corn.
1 (\f\i\ BUSHELS FEEDING OATS,
l.UUU 700 bushel* White Corn. lor
rah- low for ca-h. HOPE .. f.Yl liri.
J. A. HENDRIX & BRO.
INYITE tho attention of their customers,
and tho public generally, to their largo
und Turied stock of
Hardware, Wo o den-ware, &c,
Which they offer for salo at tho LOWEST
PRICES for CASI! on DELIVERY. Experi?
ence demonstrates that the truo intorcat of all
concerned is best secured hy a roeoluto aud
impartial adherence to tho strictly cash sys?
tem. We respectfully annunco toonr friends
and customers that, from and after tho 1ST
OCTOBER ensuing, all memorandum ac?
counts will bo discontinued. Wo offer to all,
without excoption, tho important advantages
of a purely cash Imxiness, of which tho supe?
rior quality aud moderate pricos of our goods
will bo found to bo tho best evidence. Goods
dolivered at railroad dopotB and to city cus?
tomers at their residences, when desired,
without charge. Sept 29 Imo*
Fall Champagne !
BULLETIN NO 2,
0 CONCERNING- SPIRITS
And Where they Most Abound.
IN offering our steck of imported BRAN?
DIES, WINES, SCOTCH WHISKEY, Ac,
wo beg to inform our customers that no pains
have boen spared to make tho same completo
in variety and unexcelled in quality. We are
determined, in this department, if possible,
not only to maintain tho reputation of our
house, but offer whatever inducements wo can
to enlargo our business. Our goods aro pure,
unadulterated, and always up tu the standard.
Wo noto particularly:
CB caaos Moot A Chandon's CHAMPAGNE.
15 quarter casks SHERRY.
5 quarter caaka Cooking and low grado
2 quarter casks ''Handemann" genuine
5 5 casks OPORTO PORT WINE.
25 casca Imperial CALIFORNIA CHAM?
100 cases assorted brands CLARET, HOCK,
SAUTERNE and WHITE WINES.
10 quarter casks Jas. Hennessy and (Bran?
denburg Freres BRANDIES; vintages 1835,
1858,18G5; as roceived from Custom House.
An examination of atouk will verify assor?
FALL AND WINTER
GENTS' FIRMING GOODS ! 1 !
WE aro receiving and will continue to re?
ceive through tho season tho best
j That cannot be snrpaaBed, if oqualod, by any
Custom-made. We have tho very latest
fashions in Moltons, Diagonals, " Cheviot
Beavers, Tricots, Black Dress Frock, Black
Doe Panta, French and American Dress
Vesta, Cloth, Silk and Silk Velvet.
A spendid line of Mon's, Youths' and Boys'
UNDEE-CLOTHlNO.Whito andFancy Shirts,
Cheviot and Negligee Half Hose, Under-wear,
Cardigan Jackets, Neck Wear, Suspenders,
Silk and Linon Handkerchiefs, Shawls, Car?
pets and Traveling Bags.
SILK HATS-FALL STYLE.
**r Wo have marked our Gooda for not cash.
KIN ARD & WILBY.
New Goods! New Goods!!
_ I offer to tho public as lino a Stock of
HU Gooda for gentlemen's wear as can bo
(IAHeen in thia market, consisting of Eng
. lULliah, French and American CASSl
MERES. SCOTCH (IOODS. VERTING, Ac.
Tho DAVIS SHIRT alwaya on baud. My atock
of Embroidered Vest Patterns is quito a no?
velty. I am also Agent for Wanuamaker ?V
Brown,tho largest clothing house in America,
samples of whose gooda may bc seen ou my
I guarantee satisfaction in all cases, and
solicit a abai o of public patronage.
Sopt 27 _O. D. EBERHARDT.
Fall and Winter Stock.
? HAVING recently returned fron-. New
Tra York, I am prepared to exhibit one- of tho
il J moat ?dioico and select Stock of Gooda
'III ever offotod in thia market. It embraces
Fine English, French and American
SCOTCH TWEEDS, Ac, an elegant linc of
Vestings, and a largo stock o* tho celebrated
Star Shirt. My cutdoniera and tho pnblic
generally aro invited to call and exumino.
Orders solicited and promptly attended to.
Sept ll linn J. F. EISENMANN.
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
OE COLUMBIA,8. C,
Present Capital, $150,000.
I AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, 0500,000.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT, bearing in?
terest at tho rato of seven (7) per cont,
pur annum, will bo iasuod.
NOTES, Rills ot Exchango and other evi
donoos of debt discounted, and money loaned
Stocks, bonds,Gold, Silver bought and sold.
Dralls on all Ibo prominent cities in tho
United Staten bought and auld.
Directoro-J. Eli Grogg.Johu lt. Palmer,F.
W. McMiiMter, R. D. Senn, of lt. 1>. Sonn A
Son; G. W. Dodi den, of Copeland A Reardon;
R. Jj. Brynn, of Bryan A MoOartor: W. C.
Swaftlnld, ot It. A W. C. Bwafiield; John C.
Seegers, W. B. Stanley.
Presiden I -John R. Palmor*
Cashier -A. G. llroniscer.
Assid I "lit Cashier-0. N. G. Butt.
Important for Reference.
J. W. & K. Chisholm & Co.,
Importers and Manufacturers,
OFFER to tho tra-lo tho largoat stock of
Human nud Imitation HAIR GOODS,
FANCY GOODS, J KW BL RY, LACE GOODS,
I otc , thu can be found in New York city.
Sond for t?ampie parcel.. 117 BROADWAY.
Si 7 Imo
I M. C. ?FIBL1!
fJlHE largo.-t stock of READY-MADE
CLOTHING at retail lu tho State.
Everything in the way of
Sonic onr own Btylce.
A new feature ia the Daguorrcan Gal>t~j
formerly occupied by McsarB. Weam vt Hil,
fitted up for our Custom Trade, and filled
with tho choicest
FRENCH AND ENGLISH
CASHMERES AND VESTINGS,
Which we arc making ta order, under a gua?
rantee to please.
R. & W. C. SWAFF1EED.
LeRoy F. Youmans, Attorney at Law
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
OFFICE Law Bange, Banskott's building,
Youmans & Sheppard.
Attorneys at Law, Edgefiela, B. C.
Lr.R. F. YOUMANS. JNO 0. SHEPPARD.
New Books ! New Rooks !
THE VICAR'S DAUGHTER. By George
The Doctor's Daughter. By Sophie May,
"At the Baok of tho North Wind." By Goo.
Fitz Hugh 8t. Clair, the South Carolina Be?
bel Boy. By Mrs. Sallie F. Chap?n. $1.50.
Lord Kilgobbin. By Charles Lever. $1.
The Golden Lion of Grampere. By Antho?
ny Trolloppe. 75o.
Ethel Miidmay's Follies. 75c.
"Ombra," By Mrs. Oliphant. 75c.
And other late publications, just received
and for sale at publishers prices, at
H. L. BRYAN'S
A fifi CASES CANNED GOODS,
C?yjlJ 100 boxes CANDY,
50 boxes SOAP,
200 barrels FLOUR,
100 barrels Whisker,
100 dozon Axes,
200 doz3n rocket Knives,
100 dozen pairs Trace Chains,
100 dizon Door and Pad-Locks,
100 bundles Tics,
100 bales Bagging.
For salo to-day, at New York prices an ' car
ringo, having been purchaeed mainly before
tho lato inflated prices.
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Avril 2u_ _
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WE claim to havo ono of thc tines!
Vf*N stocks of WATCHES, of all best Eug
JKjfcHah, Swiss and American makers. With
Diamonds and other lino Jew elry, our stock
is huge, and we aro going to sell tho Gooda,
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, iu ai
branches, by tho best of workmen.
Nov 10 _Formerly Glaze A Radcliffe.
Selling Out Below Cost.
/^i ENTV* WALKING CANES, at all prioesr
\JT from 50 cents upwards.
TnE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Bish?
ops and other Clergy of tho Angho&n
Church. Vol. I. $5.
Aunt Jane'a Hero, by Author of Ctcpping
Hannali. a new Novel, by Mies Moloch. 50c
Jan 14 '_DUFFIE A CHAPMAN.
Rust-Proof Seed Oats.
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Waro, Plated Ware, Clocks.
Ang 10_IS A AO SULZBACHER.
The Doctors Rocomniend Beegers'Beer
[N profernnco to London Porterand Scotch
Alo. Why?They knowitlsunadulterated
A whola family cured of biliousness with
rino box of Hoinitah's Blood and Liver Pills.
Thia is cheap practice. How is il? Wily", thc
v ? . od.