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''Let oar just Ce n rare o
Attend the True Event."
BY J. A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1872.
VOL. VIII-NO. 36.
To the Citizens of South Carolina.
COLUMBIA, 8. 0., October 21, 1872.
F?r the information of the public and
lor the purpose of warning the tax?
payers of this State against a schema I
which has been gotten up by certain
State officials, by which certain men are
to make a large amount of money by de?
frauding the people, I wish to address to
you a few words. A little moro than one
year ago I was appointed to the position
of Auditor of State, and sinoo that lime
I have endeavored to do my duty in that
connection to tho best of my judgment.
How far I have suooeeded remains, for
the people to decide. The first action,
which, out of my regular conrao of
duties, I deemed it inoumbent upon me
to take, was the prevention of the circu?
lation of the Blue Ridge scrip. This, I
was repeatedly told by the Governor,
some ono was going to do; but after
waiting until almost too late, I learned
that the notion of the Governor was
simply for the purpose of forcing John
J. Patterson, the President of the com?
pany, to pay certain claims which he
held against the road, in the shape of a
note of the company, which he procured
in a way not likely to add to the reputa?
tion of au honest man. Waiting, as I
have heretofore said, until almost too
late, for some one to take this matter
into the courts, I finally instituted the
necessary proceedings, with tho sanction
of the Governor. After proceedings
had peen commenced and the nanni
neoessnry inducements been offered his
Exoellenoy, au effort .was made by him?
self and others interested, to induce me
to withdraw the Bait. $10,000 in cash
was offered me by one party the day that
the ease came into court; and an indirect
offer of $25,000 ia scrip was subsequent?
ly made by another party, in case I
would oonsont to withdraw the suit.
This, I, of course, refused; and the
matter has been a bone of contention be?
tween us ever since.
Au effort was made soon after the ad?
journment of the Legislature, and cou?
ti mied for some two or three m on tba, to
iuduoe me to levy a speoial tax to pay the
interest upon the entire bonded debt of
the State, legal and illegal, to be co Heat?
ed immediately. This I refused, al?
though an inducement of $20,000 in cash
was offered me, to either levy the tax or
resign my position for the purpose of al?
lowing Dr. Neaglo to moke the levy; and,
at the same time, I waa informed that
Gov. Scott had promised Dr. Neagle to
remove me, in caso I refused to mako the
levy. I again declined to comply with
Now, a second effort has been made to
f oreo me to levy a tax to pay the interest
npon the fraudulent debt of the State,
and to include a levy of three mills upon
the dollar to redeem $450,000 ot the
Blue Ridge sorip-one-quarter of the
entire issue-whioh has, by decision of
his Honor Judge A. J. Willard, of the
Supreme Court, been decided unconsti?
tutional and invalid.
Now, while I deem it the duty of every
good citizen to pay all just and lawful
taxes, I do not oonsider it his duty to
pay every tax that may be imposed by
unscrupulous meu, who chanco to be in
power. Nor do I consider it the duty of
any officer who, through the foree of
circumstances, happens to be the ap?
pointee of such men, to blindly follow
their dictation, without regard to right
or wrong. So thinking, and acting as I
consider it the duty of a good officer
and au honest man, I have again refused
to comply with their wishes; and I have
this day received an order removing me
from office. It is but just to myself to
add, that I was informed by his Excel?
lency the Governor that I might retain
the office, provided I would make the
levy. His Exoellenoy, while insisting
npon the levy of these taxes, informed
me that he knew the money, if collect?
ed, would not be applied to tho purpose
for which it was levied, but that that was
none of our business; that it was our
duty to levy the tax; and he based his
argument upon the ground that many
outstanding claims were now held against
the State, (of which he is the possessor
to the amount of $40,000, as he himself
informed- me,) and that the Treasurer
would have no funds to pay them. His
only other argument was, that he had
publicly pledged his word to Henry
Clews ec Go. that the tax would be levied,
and that, should it not be, he would
stand before the people in the light of
This Boheme is, as I have said, no new
movement; but while Auditor of the
State, I succeeded in preventing its con?
summation. Being no longer in such
position, I am powerless to protect your
interests, and I now leave it to you to
say, Shall this plot be carried out, and
you be subjected to pay this enorm us
tax, amounting to twenty mills for State,
and, in this County, five and one-half
mills for County-two and one-half times
the tax of last year? or will you unite in
a determined effort to prevent the conti?
nuance of tho frauds which have impo?
verished the people and disgraced the
State? To bring suoh an effort to a suc?
cessful issue, I pledge for my own part
my most hoartv co-operation.
" EDWIN P. GARY,
Late State Auditor.
THE undersigned have now on hand, and
are constantly in receipt of, a full assort?
ment of Ooods in their line, consisting of
CHOIOE FAMILY GROOERIES,
WINES, LIQUORS, OIOAlts,
HARDWARE. HUN, NAILS,
PAINTS, OILS, ?co.,
To which they invite tho attention of their
friends and customers, guaranteeing to pur?
chasers the very lowest market prices, and a
most extensive stook to select from.
Oct 12_JOHN AGNEW & SON.
Soegors' Beer ig Pure.
IT don't, contain Ooeocnlns Indiens Fish
Berries to make sleepy or headache.
NEW sngar-cured HAMri,
?mo'iOd Beef, for sulo low. HOPE & GYLES.
. On Marriage-Happy relief for Young
Men from tho cffopts of Errors and Abases in
early lifo. Manhood restored. Impediments
to Marriage removed. New method of treat?
ment. Now and remarkable remedies. Books
and circulars sent free, in sealed envelopes.
Addreea HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2
South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Aug 12_ _3mo_
Asthma-Any medicino which will alle?
viate tho paroxysms of thia dreadful disease
will be hailed with joy by thousands of suffer
erB. The certificates which accompany JONAS
WHITCOMB'S REMEDY are from tho moat relia
blo sourcon.and attest to ita wondeifulpowtr,
even in thc moat severe caaea. JoBcph Bur?
nett Sc Go., proprietors, boston.
Freo Advertising.-From family lo fami?
ly, from city to city, from Stato to Stato, tho
famo of D?. WALKER'B VEGETABLE VINIXIAR
BITTERS, aa a specific for all deraugementa of
tho atom .ch, bowels and liver, in continually
extending. Ita voluntary missionaries aro
innumerable, and public enthusiasm in ila
favor spreads faster than a prairie dre.
Don't Blight Your Teem.-Remember
that upon their labor, tho health of tho sto?
mach depends. Koop them perfect, and in
order to do ao, manipulate them with a brush
dipped in the fragrant Sozodont, once or twice
Who Will Softer!- It is now 21 yoars
siuco Dr. Tobias' Ycnitian Liniment waa put
beforo the public; warranting it to cure
Chronic Rheumatism, Headache, Cuts, Burna,
bruises, Old Sores, Pains in tbo Limbs, Back
and Chest, and it haB nover failed. Sold by
all Druggists. Depot. 10 Park Place, N. Y.
For Dyspepsia', indigestion, depression of
spirits and genoral debility in tboir various
forma; alao, as a preventive against Fever
and Ague, and other intermittent fevers, thc
I'erro-Phoaphorated Elixir of Calisaya, made
by Caswell, Hazard Sc Co., Now York, and sold
by all druggists, is the beat tonio, and aa a
tonio for patients recovering from fever or
other sickness, it has n.) equal.
Thurston's Ivor jr Pearl Tooth Powder.
-The boat article known for cleansing and
preserving the teeth and gums. Sold by all
Druggists, Prico 25 and 50 oonts per bottle.
F. C. Wells & Co., New York.
Christoforo's Hair Dye stands unrivaled
in the world. No lady or gentleman of dis
I crimination uses any other. It ia the moat
perfect, reliable and effective Hair Dye in the
world: Manufactory, C8 Maiden Lane, N. Y.
Carbolic Salve, recommended by Physi?
cians as the great Healing Compound. Price
25 cents per box. John E. Henry, sole Pro?
prietor, 8 College Place, New York.
aisley's Bscba ia a reliable Diuretic and
Tonio for all derangements of the urinary
and genital organs. The genuino, as former?
ly sold by H a vii and, Barral S~. Risley and
their branches, is now prepared by H. W.
Risley, the originator and Proprietor; and
the trade supplied by his successors, Morgan
Sc Risley, Now York.
Svapnia, or opium purified, the most per?
fect anodvno in the market, made by process
of Dr. I. M. Bigelow, Detroit Medical College,
is always uniform in strength, which is rarely
the case in other preparations of opium.
Piatt's Astral Oil has a world-wide repu?
tation aa the surest and beat illuminating oil.
Over 2.000,000 gallons have been sold for the
past two years, from which no accidonts of
any description nave occurred. Send for cir?
cular. Oil House ot Charlea Pratt, estab?
lished 1770. New York.,
We Have Frequently Heard mothors
say they would not be without Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Syrup, from the birth of tho child
until it bas finished with the teething siege,
under any consideration whatever.
The Secret or Beauly-What is it? no
longer asked, for the world of fashion and all
the ladies know that is produced by using a
delightful and harmless toilet preparation
known as O. W. Laird's "Bloom of Youth."
Its beautifying effects aro truly wonderful.
Depot. 5 Gold Btroet, New York. Oct 2 it
The Grand Central
DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT
Is Now Receiving the Finishing
WE are now settled in our large and ele?
gant store, where customers will find
every convenience and comfort, with plenty
of light to make their so'ootionu.
The various departments are thoroughly
refurnished and amply supplied with all tho
now and desirable goods found either in Do?
mestic or Foreign markets.
We cordially invite all to.examine our largo
and attractive stock, whore will be found, at
all times, the latest novelties, as well as a full
line of DOMESTICS and HOMESPUNS.
Our CARPETS are exceedingly beautiful in
patterns and very low in prices.
RUGS in endless variety.
Our (1.00 and $1.50 RID GLOVES, in ono
and two Rut toma, aro the best over sold in Co?
lumbia for the money. All flt well, and keep
the ladies in good humor.
Wo have adopted a now rulo at tho GRAND
OENTBAL-wo givo customers their exact
ohango. WM. D. LOVE Sc CO.,
Grand Contrat Dry Goods Establishment,
Under the Wheeler Hondo,
Oct 20 Corner Main and Plain streets.
THE undersigned having thia day formed a
LAW PARTNERSHIP, tinder tho firm
name of BAXTER Sc SEIBELS, will practioo
in tho Probate and Circuit Courts of the
State. JAMES M. BAXTER,
J. T. SEIBELS.
Odien for the present with Mesara. Soibela
Sc Ezcll, Brokers.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Ootober 12, 1872. Pot IS
THE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Bish?
ops and other Clergy of tho Anglican
Ohnrch. Vol.1. t5.
Annt Jane's Hero, by Author of Stepping
Hannah, a new Novel, by Hiss Muloch. 50c.
Jan 14 DUFB'IE lc CHAPMAN.
1FORTY-SAW COTTON GIN, with CON?
DENSER, manufactured by Horaoo L.
Emory, as good as new, having boen only
used a fow wooks. Will bo sold at a sacrifice,
by_ JOHN AO NEW Sc SON.
jr"\ MY OYSTER SALOON is open
s??i I ly for tho season. My frionda aro in
^alC?r vitod to givo mo a call. Ovstors
! served in all BtylcB. G. DIEROKN.
1 Oct 18
ECONOMY IN BUTING
FOUNDATION OF WEALTH.
TniS being Ibe case, we offer tbo consumers
Of every description, of
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAPS,
The above linea of merohandiee at prices
that insure economy. Onr desire and deter?
mination is to place onr goods within the
reach of all, giving a good, earnest, solid
guarantee that we aell onr goods BB cheap or
cheaper than any reliable house, South. We
do most earnestly invite tho pnblio to give us
a trial whenever anything is needed. Re?
member we deal in thousands of artieles that
we cannot afford to advertise, as our prioes
are too low to add any additional cost to
We are now keeping the
"BED BANK YARNS,
Boing a recent and very protty production
from the mill of aomo of our own townsmen.
R. C. SHIVER Sc CO.
N. Vt. Vt.
A NEW MOVE.
WE have moved into oar NEW STORE
(adjoining Mesera. Hopaon A Satpben)
with an entirelyNEW AND FRESH STOCK of
FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS,
To which we invite the attontion of buyers,
I both city and country, feeling assured that
we can supply their several wants in tho Dry
Goods lino to their ontira satisfaction. A
call and examination is earnestly solicited
from all. Also, ploaso remember our torma
aro STRICTLY CASH.
PORTER & STEELE.
Stoves! Stoves! Stoves!
THE largest and finest assortment of
STOVES that nae over boen brougkt'to
this market. These Stoves were purchased
before the great rise in iron took place, and
will be sold at last year's prices. The pnblio
are invited to call and examine the eamo be?
fore purchasing elsewhere A. PALMER.
Oct 19 G
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
CoLCiiniA, S. C., Sopt. 25,1872.
AFTER tho lat day nf October, the Ordi?
nance regarding SWINE running at largo
in the st rue ts will bu enforced.
I Sept 26_ C. BARNUM, CH y Clerk.
1 Our friend of tho Crtrtelian Neighbor says
I that people who complain of dull times don't
advertise Mako known your complaints.
This is Heinitnli's plan. Make known yonr
complaints; Hcinilsli hus a remedy-tho
BLOOD AND Li v KR PILLS, tho best family
pill ever made.
WANT to purchase their DRY GOODS
and FANCY ARTICLES
C. F. JACKSON'S ia tho placo for yon to
A full atocU now on hand.
Many article? caunot be found in any other
cetablfshment. Oct H
J. H. KIN ARD.
IITAVE recently returned from tho North,
and am prepared to exhibit the moat com?
pleto and elegant stock of
Ever brought to thia markot, conaiating of
the lateat and moat popular atylea in I) BESS
GOODS, CASSIMERES, Ac, with a full lino ot
HOSIERY AND GLOVES!
And select aaaortraonta of Carpetings, Win?
dow Shades and Curtains, Hugs, Mattings,
and ail oilier articloa usually found in a FLB?T
CLASS DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT.
The grand opening of tho
On THURSDAY, October 10, under tho di
reotlon and aupervision of
MRS. A. MCCORMICK,
80 generally known throughout tho Stato for
her akill and taato, offera unusual attractions,
the stock having been carefully selected by
herself, and placed at fignres'to meet all
HOWE SEWING MACHINE
And AMERICAN BUTTON-HOLE AND
OVER-SEWING MACHINE conetituto a pro?
minent feature in tho line of my business,
being justly considered the most efficient and
satisfactory now in use.
The public generally aro invited to give me |
J. H. HIN ARD,
Om Main Street,
Oct i Ono door South of Columbia Hotol.
APLANTATION IQ Sumter County, known
as the Bradford Springs Place. It con?
tains 753 acres of land, fifteen miles from
Sumter C. H. and about the same- distance
from Camden. For particulars and terms,
applyjto Messrs. BLANDING & RICHARDSON,
Attorneys at Law, Sumter C. H. Sept 1
*>nn BDL8? NEW FLOUR,of all grades,
?m?KjVJ for Bain at greatly reduced pricea,
by_JOHN_AGNEW A HON.
Rust-Proof Seed Oats.
1 i\f\ BUSHELS, for Seed. For sale by
JLUIJ Sopt?_EPE? ft GYLES.
PC A BUSHELS selected now crop BARLEY.
0\# For salo by HOPE Je GYLES.
New Goods! New Goods!!
_ I offer to the public as fine a 8tock of I
^ml Goods for gentlemen'a wear aa can bo
rajlaecn in this market, consisting of Eng
JuLlish, French and Amoricau CASSI?
MERES. SCOTCH GOODS. VESTING, Ac.
Tho DAVIS BHIRT always on hand. My atook I
of Embroidered Vest Patterns is quite a no
Telly. I am also Agout for Wannamaker Sc I
Brown, the largest clothing bouae in Amorica,1
samples of whose goods may bo seen on my
I guarantee satisfaction in all cases, and |
aolicit a share of publio patronage.
Sept 27_C. D. EBEttHARDT.
Lang's Improved Buta Baga,
Cobson's Improvod Ruta Baga,
Large White Norfolk,
Large White Olobe. HOFE Sc GYLES.
THE COTTAGE AND LOT on West
sido of Sumter street, botwoen Taylor
'and Blauding streets. For terms, apply
on tho premiaos. Also, a second-hand PIANO,
for $100. _Oct 20
A DWELLING HOUSE, containing
eight room -, situated 0:1 Laurel street,
.?^.between Bull and Mai ion. All necessary
out-buildings on thu premises. Posacsaion
given on tho first of November. Apply at
office of POPE Si HASKELL.
*ja THAT LARGE STORE, in tho Co
.Rig lumbla Hotel Block, recently occupied
flr**bj Meaara. Lovo Sc McCreorv. Applv to
Oct! C. O. M AUS HA LL.
Desirable Residence for Sale.
MTHE desirable one and a half story 1
DWELLING, located on the South-west j
corner of Lady and Marion etroots, is
odored for salo. Tho house has all tho mo?
dern improvements, with a Mansard roof.
Tho lot contAina half an aero. For terms,
apply to _T? M. POLLOCK.
ATO an approved tenant, I will rent tho
"Walker House," aituated on Upper
Boundary atroet. Apply to
Sept 20 _. R. O'NEALE. Jn.
THAT Urge and commodioua STORE
...[ now occupied by Meaara. Porter Sc Steoro.
jiilLPoasoaaion given tho let of October.
For terms, inquire of G. DIEROKS.
Bonds for Sale.
THE Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Bailroad Company will sell $100,000 of its
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS, Loaring interest
at the rato of 7 per cont, per annum, at SO
and accrued intercut on 100-making tho in?
vestor nearly 9 pc r cent, per annum, in addi
Mon io th? discount. Apply to M. P. Pf gram
Cashier First National Bunk, Charlotte, C
Bouknight, Troasurer, or
Sept 25 WM. JOHNSTON, President.
SU LZ BAO H ER'S
THE MOST MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF\
JEWELRY SOUTH OF THE
HAVING moved from my old
Sn tami to Wearn's new Art Build?
ing, and opened tho largest
ta id ilneBt stock of WATCH EH,
?CLOCKH, JEWELHY, D1A
MUM.I.S, Solid and Plated Ware, Cutlery, and
fancy artielei generally, over displayed in
this" city, I ask my many customers and
friends ano tho publio to call and examino for
I havo tho latest fashions in JEWELRY and
PLATED WA11E, of tho most artistic and
beautiful styles. All my goods aro from first
class manufacturera only. Terms, DCt catii.
Repairing and Engraving a specialty. All
_ Oct ll_ I^AAC 8?LZDACHER.
J, A. HENDRIX & BRO.
INVITE the attention of their enstomere.
and thc pnblio generally, to their larg
and varied Btuck of
Hardware, Wooden-ware, &c,
Which they offer for salo at tho LOWEST 1
PRICES for CA8Hon DELIVERY. .Experi?
ence demonstrates that the true interest of all
concerned ?B best secured by a resoluto and
impartial adherence to the strictly cash sys*
tom. We respectfully announce to onr friends
and customers that, from and after tho 1ST
OCTOBER ensuing, all memorandum ac?
counts will bo discontinued. Wo offer to all,
without exception, tho important advantages
of a pnroly cash business, ot whioh the supe?
rior quality and modorate prices of oar goods
will be fonnd to be the best evidence. Goods
delivered at railroad dopots and to city cus?
tomers at their residences, when desired,
without charge. Sept 29 Imo*
PALL AND WINTER
GENTS' WISHING GOODS ! ! !
WE aro receiving and will continue to re?
ceive through tho season the best
That cannot bo snroasacd, if qualed, by any
Custom-made. Wo h av ie very latest
fashions in Moltons .gonai*, "Chovn.t
Beavers, Tricot ?a, P* ^rees Frock, Black
Doe Pants, Fr and American Drese
Vests, Clot'- .? h.nd Silk Velvet.
A aper .ino of i.Icn's, Youths' ?nd Boys'
TJNDEr.-LiLOTHlNG.Wbite and Fancy Shirt B,
Cheviot and Negligee Half Hose, Under-wear,
Cardigan Jackets, Neck Wear, Suspenders,
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Sha tris, Car
pots and Traveling Bags.
SILK HATS-FALL 8TYLE.
jay We have marked our Gooda for not cash.
KIN ARD & WILEY.
A Valuable Tract of Land For Sale.
THE subscriber offers for aale his PLANTA?
TION, near Abbeville Court House, part
of it within the corporate limits of the town.
It containa 350 acres of land, seventy-five of
whioh is good creek bottom. On it ie a com?
fortable Dwelling House, Gin House, and all
necessary out-buildings; also, a Vineyard ol
Scuppernong Grapes of severn acres, in full
bearing, with a stone, House, Cellar, and aU
appliances for making wine, and a fine collec?
tion of Fruit Trees. R. bi. BOWIE,
Septl_Abbeville C. H., S. C.
POST OFFICE COBNEB-STONB
HAS been laid according to the square. Thin
is the principle upon whioh the CIGARS and
TOBACCO aro sold at the sign of the "Indian
Girl." If parlies doairing to indulge in a
luxury would always invest their twenty-five
cent s in "Golden Bug," or some other favorite
brand, the expression "I waa
ROBBED LAST NIGHT,"
Wontd nevor be heard. As yon know, dealing
on tho square will always keep tho head level.
Try Stultz's "AAAA" Plug Tobacoo. Oct 15
1 Ki\ BUSHELS PRIME RYE, for Seod.
.I_T_M " For salo for cash only.
Sept 8_HOPE A QYLE8.
- MRS. C. E. REED having
Z^IL just returned from tho North
??spSgtsk with a carefully selected assort
f*S0jSfigSmetit of MILLINERY and other
MWHB goods, consisting of elegant
?fW?M?ra BONNETS and II ATS, in Volvot,
RfyrajfV? Silk, Crape and Straw; also,
?/?ji Iufant'u Cana, Hats and Cloaks.
?a $B Children's Dresses, Ladies' and
Owl Children's Furs, Ornamental
Hair in every stylo and variety, Corsets,
Ladies' Underware, and many other articles
too mini emus to mention, she bogs the pa
tronago of hor many friends in Columbia and
vicinity. Orders solicited and attended to
with care and promptness._Oct 9
Choice Family Flour.
pr f\ BARRELS STRICTLY PRIME, for
l)U salo at reduced rates.
August 10_HOPE A GYLES.
The Doctors Recommend Seegers'Beer
TN preference to London Porter and Scotch
Alu. Why? They know it Ja u nag n lt e r a t o d
Butter, Cheese, &c.
TUBS cindee GOSHEN BUTTER,
Boxes choice Goshen Cheese,
1,000 pounds Breakfast Strips.
lil barrels Pearl Crist and Big Hominy.
All fresh and lor salo by
J illy 1 a nOPE A. GYLES.
A CKKT.MN CURE FOR CHILLS AND FKVKR
First take tho Blood and Liver Pills, to work
off tho biL' and purify tho blood; tbreo or
four will bo sufficient. Thon taite, a table?
spoonful of UEINITSH'8 QUILL CURE. It
has boon tried: wo know it.
Ll IL ff MUS
fJlHE largest stock of READY-MADE
CLOTHING; at retail in the State.
Everything in tho way of
Somo our own styles.
A now feature ia thc Dagucrrean Gallery
formerly occupied by MeaBrs. Wearn & Hix,
fitted up for our Custom Trade, and filled
with tho choicest
FRENCH AND ENGLISH
CASHMERES AND VESTINGS,
Which wc are making to order, under a gua?
rantee to please.
R. & W. C. SWAFFLELD.
LeRoy F. Youmans, Attorney at Law/
COLUMBIA, ii. C.
OFFICE Law Rango, Bauskott's building, .
Youmans & Sheppard,
Attorneys at Law, Edyefiela, 8. O.
LEB. F. YOUMANS. JNO C. SHEPPARD.
New Books ! New Booka I
THE VICAR'S DAUGHTER. By Georee
The Dootor'a Daughter. By Sophie May,
..At the Back of the North Wind." By Geo.
Fitz Hugh St. Clair, the South Carolina Be?
bel Boy. By Mrs. Sallie F. Chapin. $1.50.
Lord Kilgobbin. By Charles Lever. $1.
The Golden Lion of Grampere. By Antho?
ny Trolloppe. 75o.
Ethel Mildmay's Follies. 75o.
"Ombra." By Mrs. Oliphant. 75c.
And other late publications, just received"
and tor salo at publishers prioeB, ut
lt. L. BRYAN'S
Aug 30_ Bookstore.
A(\f\ CASES CANNED GOODS,
*?\r\J 100 boxes CANDY,
50 boxea SOAP,
2?0 barrels FLOUR,
100 barrels Whiakey,
100 dozen Axes,
200 dozen Pooket Knives,
100 dozen pairs Trace Chains,.
100 dozen Door and Pad-Lockoj.
100 bundles Ties,
100 bales Bagging.
For Bale to-day, at New York prices anl car?
riage, having been purchased mainly before,
tho late inflated prices.
L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
Initial and Monogram Press.
18 now prepared, with a Presa and apper
tainments, 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
Fancv aud Staple STA IONERY. BLANK J
BOOKS, Fancy Articles and al) goods pertain?
ing to a first clasa Stationery House.
! . AND
Get the Best,
00 TO THE BEST PLACE.
' trna WE ol aim to have ono of thefinoBl
yAtatockaof WATCHES, of all best Eng
?K.*Rli?h, Swiss and American makers. With
Diamonds and other fine Jewelry, our stock '
is largo, and we are going to sell the Goods.
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in al
branches, by the best of workmen.
Nov 19_Formerly Glaze & Radcliffe.
"Amazement on My Mother Sits."
OUCH waB tho exclamation young Hamlet
? mado to his "Ma," uoon her return from?
the GREAT GROCERY STORE of
The old lady had boen in a good deal of
trouble lately, about Grocery matters; but
waudoring a little further than her wont
down town, BIJO happened to step into
Purchased hor supplios, upon rocelpt of
which, satisfaction so beamed upon her coun?
tenance, that young Hamlet (hopeful cusel)
lot looso the exprossiou usod to point the
moral of this advertisement.
Tho quantity, quality and remarkably rea?
sonable prices of our goods,iuvite tho patron
ago of the public. Call, purchase and be con?
viuood; and (a word in your ear) bo sure to
pay for them, as goods not worth paying for
I aint worth bnying. GEO. SIMMERS.
Hams, S. C. Shoulders and Strips.
3f\f\f\ LBS. 8ngar-Curcd 8HOUL
,VJVjw DEBS, llama, Breakfast Ba?
con and Smoked Tongues, for salo by
Bop ta 7 HOPE &, GYLES.