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''Let our just Censures
BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1872. VOL. VIII-NO. 187.
A BouRBOtf.-Monseigneur le Comte
de Chambord, on the 29th ultimo, com?
pleted his fifty-second year, ns his birth
occurred ou tho 29th of September,
1820, just seven and a half months after
the assassination of his father, M. le
Duo de Berri, (February 13, 1820.)
Forty-two years of his life, and more,
have been passed in exile, ns he left
France in August, 1S30, after his grand?
father, Oharies X, had lost his throne, bo
that, unlike Charles II, of Eugland, he
had to go ou his travels again. Had the
grand-father been a wise man, the grand?
son would have been Henry V, King of
France and Navarro, at this timo. Ou
his death-bed, Louis XVIII said to his
brother, so soon to beoomo King, "Let
Charlea X tako caro of tho orown for
that boy." pointing to his nephew. But
Charles X did not take care of the crown
for "that boy"-and, consequently, tho
Bole survivor of tho main Bourbon line
baa no crown to wear. He has claims to
a orown that ho can't enforce, and the
ohanoes are that ho will never again ace!
Franco. He belongs to the antique
world, to a world that has passed away as
completely as the world of Phararaond
or that of tho Pharaohs-has passed to
darkness. Ho will not abate one jot or
tittle of his legitimate ideas, and BO ho
is almost as far down among tho dead
men as if he were sleeping at Sb. Deuia
-a spot that is not likely to be his ?nul
In New York city are still oxtaut five
of the buildings used by the British SB
prieon-houaes of the American patriots
during the British occupation of the
city, from the 15th of September, 177G,
to the 1st day of April, 1783. These
old vestiges of that period of horrible
suffering are tho North Dutch Churoh,
corner of Fulton and William streets,
which received 800 prisoners; the Middle
Dutch Churoh, on Nassau street, (tho
present oity post office,) in which Sir
William Howe crammed 3,000 martyrs;
the Provost Prison, now tho Hall of Re?
cords, and the old Rhinelander sugar
house, situated on Rose street, and now
need as an establishment to etoro paper1
materials. Among other interesting- his?
torical features connected with the Mid?
dle Dutch Churoh was the wooden cupo?
la, (removed within the past month,)
from whioh Benjamin Franklin directed
those experiments in electricity that were
the germ ont of which sprang Morse's
telegraphic system. This old building
has been used aa the post office since
1844, but it is doomed to destruction. It
will, ere long, be pulled down, and a new
Chamber of Commerce will bo orected
upon its site.
The tooth of a maBterdon is reported
to have been found in Clay County,
Ind., whioh weighs ninety-two pounds.
With an ordinary row of teeth the lower
jaw of the animal must have weighed at
least 1,500 pounds.
Gun and Blasting Powder.
THE undersigned aro agents for tho cele?
brated POWDER manufactured at Wil?
mington, Delaware, by Messrs. Dnpont, Do
Nomans A Go., and have constantly on hand
a foll assortment of the varions kinds manu?
factured by said firm, consisting in part of
RIFLE POWDER, in whole, half and quar?
ter kegs, .
DEER POWDER, in 25-pound koge,
BLASTING POWDER, in 25-pound kegs,
DIAMOND GRAIN and RIFLE POWDER,
in 1-pound canisters.
All other brands will be famished at short
notice from the Charleston Magazine. For
sale in quantities to snit purchasers by
Pot 2A_JOHN AGNEW & SON.
Oats and Corn.
1AAA BUSHELS FEEDING OATS,
. JJVJ\J 700 buahela White Corn, for |
sale low for cash._HOPE A GYLES.
EMPHATICALLY pronounced by ALL to be
the Leading Show of the period, combin?
ing all the best riders of the age, among whom
is tho great and only
The undoubted and undisputed Champion
Barebank and Hurdlo Rider of the world.
CHAMPION OF SPAIN-Wearing tho Medal
CHAMPION OF B'RANCE-Wearing the Rib?
bon of Napoleon III.
CHAMPION OF RUSSIA-Wearing tho Double
CHAMPION OF ENGLAND-We ai in g her
Majesty's CrcBt nf Honor.
CHAMPION OF HAVANA, CUBA-Wearing
the Diamond-Studded Golden Belt.
CHAMPION OF AMEltICA-Having tho favor
of the People
Carrying hia Son and Pupil,
Tho moat wonderful Boy Equoatrian any ago
ever has or ever will boast of.
The great Somersault Equestrian.
The boBt Boy Bareback Rider in the World.
Will exhibit at Columbia, MONDAY, OCTO?
Admission 75 coots; children under ten
ye ira, CO cents._Oct 20 fdlTl
To the Lovers of Good Things.
MCKENZIE has just received a lino lot of
CANNED GOODS, among tho assort?
ment aro Preserved Gapes. Cherries, Straw?
berries, ko.] among the fresh fruits Pino-an
Eles, Grapes), California Apricots, Ac We
avo, alan, Spiced Salmon, Pickled Lobster,
Potted Ham, Brandied Emits of all kinda.
. Among tho vegetables, Lima Beans, Aspara?
gus, Greon Peaa, and a variety of other arti?
cles, such asDesic&ted Cocoanut, Celery Salt,
Olives, Pepper Sauce, Fresh Prunea and Figa,
Nuts of all kinda, Hom?-mado Jollies.
Qct "20 G Main street, near Stato House.
On Marriage-Happy relief for Young
Mon from tho effecta ot Errors and Abases in
early lito. Manhood restored. Impedimenta
to Marriage romoved. Now method of treat?
ment. New and remarkable remedios. Booka
and circulara aont free, in sealed cnvolopoB.
Addreea HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2
South Ninth atrcot, Philadelphia, Pa.
Asthma-Any medicine which will allo
viato tho paroxysms of thia dreadful disease j
will bo hailed with joy by thousands of suffer?
ers. Tho certificates which accompany JONAS
WHITCOMB'S REMELT aro from tho moat reliu
blo sources, and attest to ita woudeiful power,
oven iu the moat severo caaea. Joseph bur?
nett A Co., proprietors, Boston.
Free Advertising -From family to fami?
ly, from oity to city, from State to ?tate, tho
famo of Dit. WALKKII'S VEOETAHLE YIKEOAR
BITTERS, aa a apecific for all derangements of
tho atom ich. bowels and liver, is continually
extending. Ita voluntary missionaries art)
innumerable, and public enthusiasm in ita
favor aproada faator than a prairie fire.
Don't slight Your Teeth-Remember I
that upon their labor, the health of tho Bto
mach depends. Keep them perfect, and in
order to do ao, manipul?t o them wi' h a brush
dipped in tho fragrant Bozodont, once or twice
Who Will Suiter?-It ia now 24 yoara
ainco Dr. TobiaB* Yonitian Liniment waa put
beforo tho public; warranting it to euro
Chronic Rheumatism, Headache, Cuta, Burns,
bruises, Old Hores, Pains in thu Limbs, Back |
and Cheat, and it baa novcr failed. Sold by
all Druggists. Dopot, 10 Park Placo, N. Y.
For Dyspepsia, indigestion, depression of I
spirits and genoral debility iu their varioua
forms; also, as a proventivo against Fever
and Ague, and other intermittent fevers, tho
Forro-Phoaphoratcd Elixir of Calisaya, made
by Caswell, Hazard A Co., New York, and sold
by all druggists, ia tho beat tonic, and as a
tonic for patienta recovering hom fever or
other eioknees, it has no equal.
Thurston'* ivory Pearl Tooti? Powder*
-Tho boat article known for cleansing and
preserving tho teeth and gams. Suld by all
Druggists. Price 25 and 50 couta per bottle.
P. C. Wolla & Co., New York.
Chrlatadoro'a Hair Dye st?nde unrivaled I
in the world. No lady or gentleman of dis
crimination uses any other. It ia tho moat
perfect, reliable and effective Hair Dyo in the
world: Manufactory, G8 Maiden Lane, N. Y.
Carbolic Salve, recommended by Physi?
cians aa tho groat Healing Compound. Price
25 oenta per box. John F. Henry, solo Pro?
prietor, 8 College Place, New York.
Klaley'a Bucbn ia a reliable Diuretic and
Tonio for all derangements of tba urinary
and genital organa. The genuine, aa former?
ly sold by Haviland, Harral J*. Risley and
their branches, is now prepared by H. W.
Risley, tho originator and Proprietor; and I
tho trade supplied by his succossora, Morgan
A Risley, New York.
Bvapnia, or opium purified, the moat per
foot auodvne in tue market, made by procesa
of Dr. I. M. Bigelow, Detroit Medical College,
ia alwaya uniform in strength, which is rarely
tho caao iu other preparationa of opium.
Piatt'a Astral OH has a world-wide repu?
tation aa the aureat and boat illuminating oil.
Over 2.000,000 gallons havo boen sold for the !
paat two years, from which no accidenta of j
any description havo occurred. Send for cir?
cular. Oil House ot Charles Pratt, estab?
lished 1770, Now York.
Wc Have Frequently Heard mothers
aay they would not bo without Mra. Winslow's
Soothing Syrup, from the birth of thu child
until it has finished with the teething siego,
under any consid?r?t ion whatever.
The Secret of IJcauly.-What ia it? no
lonsror asked, for tho world of fashion and all
tho ladies know that is produced by using a
delightful and harmless toilet preparation
known aa G. W. Laird's "Bloom of Youth."
Its beautifying effects aro truly wonderful.
Depot. 6 Gold street, New York. _ Oct 2 it
The Grand Central
DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT!
Is Now Receiving- the Finishing
WE are now Bottled in our largo and ele?
gant atoro, whero customers will lind
ovcry couvenienco and comfort, with plenty
of light to make their so'ect ions.
The various departments aro thoroughly !
refurnished and amply supplied with all tho
now aud desirable gooda found either in Do-1
meatio or Foreign marketa.
Wo cordially invite all to examine our largo 1
and attractive stock, where will bo found, ut
all times, tho latest novelties, as well aa a full
line of DOMESTICS and HOMESPUNS.
Oar CARPETS aro exceedingly beautiful in
pattorna and very low in prices.
RUGS in endless variety.
Our $1.00 and $1.50 KID GLOVES, in ono I
and two Buttons, are tho best ever auld in Co?
lumbia for the monoy. All fit well, and keep
tho ladies in good humor.
Wo havo adopted a now rulo at tho GRAND
CENTRAL-we give ciiBiomora their exact
change. WM. D. LOVE A CO.,
Grand Central Dry Goodd Establish men t,
Under tho Wbeolor Uouao,
Oot 20 Corner Main and Plain streets.
PATRONIZE HOME ENTERPRISE !
OAXIIIIAGKS AND BUGGIES t
ALARGE atook of CARRIAGES and
BUGGIES, of our own manufacture, war?
ranted to bo suDerior stock and workman?
ship, now in tho Repository. Also, a number
of good Northorn-mado Vehicles, which aro
offered for sale at reasonablo prices.
Carriage and Wagon Manufactory.
Having added a numbor of skilled workmen
to tho former forco, we aro prepared, with tho
boat selected materials, to oxecuto ordera for
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES and WAGONS, of
any style. Alao, REPAIRING and PAINT?
ING, which wo warrant to givo satisfaction.
JOHN AGNEW, Proprietor.
M. J. CALNAN, Ago?t.
Oot 10 3mo
pf i^V BUSHELS Red Spring SEED WnEAT,
Q\J for aalo by_HOPE A GYLES.
fUST received at MCKENZIE'S, a Bclect
aasortmont of FRENCH BON-BONS, con?
sisting, in part, of tho following articles, viz:
NergatinoB,' Croam Cherries, (llacio Chest?
nuts, Cryutalizod Fruit, and a full lino of
Chocolat n Gooda.
FRESH CANDIES m ado daily, of tho beat
quality. Oct 20 ?
ECONOMY IN BUYING
FOUNDATION OF WEALTH.
THIS being the caec, wc offer the consumers
Of every description, of
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAPS,
CO BN ICES,
The abovo lines of nn rchandito at prices]
that insure economy. Our desire and deter
mination is to place our goods within the
reach of all, giving a good, earnest, solid
guarantee that we sell our goods as cheap or
cheaper than any reliable house South. Wo
do most earnestly invite the public to giro us
a trial whenever anything is needed. Re?
member we deal in thousands of articles that
we cannot afford to advertise, as our prices
are too low to add any additional cost to
Wo are now keeping tho
"RED BANK YARNS,"
Being a recent and very pretty production
from tho mill of some of our own townsmen.
R. C. SHIVER ?Sc CO.
N. N. N.
A NEW MOVE.
WE havo moved into our NEW 8TORE
(adjoining Messrs. Hopson A Sutphon)
with an entirely NEW AND Fu KS ll STOCK of |
FAIL AND WINTER DRY GOODS,
To which wo invite thc. attention of buyers,
both city and country, feeling assured that
wo can supply their several wants iu tho Dry I
Qoods lino to their entire satisfaction. A '
call and examination is earnestly solicited I
from all. Also, please remember uur lei nm
aro STRICTLY CASH.
PORTER & STEELE.
Stoves! Stoves'. Stoves!
THE largest and finest assortment of!
STOVES that lia? over boen hrought'to
this market. These Stoves were purchased
beforo tho groat riso in iron took placo, and
will bo sold at last year's prices. Tho public j
are invited to call and examine tho caine bo
fore purchasing elsewhere. A. PALMER.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
CoiusrntA, S. C., Sept. 25,1872.
AFTER tho 1st day <>f October, tho Ordi
nanco regarding SWINE running at large
in tho street M will bo enforced.
Sept2?_OJliARNDM, City Clerk.
Our friend of tho Christian Neighbor says
that people who complain of dull tunos don't
advertise. Maleo known your complaints.
This is Heiniteh's plan. Make known your
complaints; Hcinitah has a remedy-tho
BLOOD AND LIVER PILLS, tho best family
pill ever made.
WANT to purchase tlicir DRY GOODS
and FANCY ARTICLES
C. F. JACKSON'S ie thc placo for you lo
A full atock now on hand.
Many arl ?clea cannot bc found in any other
establishment. Oct 8
"J. H. KIN ARD.
InAYE recently returned from Ibo North,
and am prepared to exhibit Ibo moat com?
plete and elegant atcck of
Ever brought to thia market, coneiating of |
tho latcat and moat popular atylea in DRESS
GOODS, CA88IMEREB, Ac, with a full lino ol
HOSIERY AND GLOVES!
And select a?sorlmcnta of Carpc-ting8, Win-1
dow Shades and Curtaina, Ruga, Mattings,
and all othnr articloa uauallv found in a FIRST |
CLASS DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT.
Tho grand opening of tho
On THURSDAY, October 10, under tho di?
rection and supervision of
MRS. A. MCCORMICK,
So generally known throughout tho State for
her akdl and tasto, ollera unusual at tract iona,
the Btock having been carefully selected by
heraolf, and placed at rigureu to meet all
HOWE SEWING MACHINS
And AMERICAN BUTTON-HOLE AND
OVER-SEWING MACHINE conetituto a pro?
minent foaturo in the line of my business,
being justly considered the moat cfiicient and
satisfactory now in uso.
The public generally aro invited to give mo !
J. H. KIN ARD,
On Main Street,
Oct 4 Ono door South of Columbia Hotel.
APLANTATION in Sumter County, known
aa tho Bradford Springs Place. It con?
tains 753 acres of land, ?tteeu miles from
Sumter C. H. and about tho aamo diatanco
from Camden. For particulars and terma,
applyjto Meaera. BLANDING & RICHARDSON,
Attorneys at Law, Humtor C. H. Sept 1
9AA BBLS. NEW FLOUR, or all grades,
?UU for salo at greatly reduced prices,
hy_ _J??_HN AGNEW ?V SON.
Rust-Proof Seed OatB.
BUSHELS, for Seed. For salo by
Sept 8 HOPE .t GYLES.
BUSHELS aolected new crop BARLEY.
For aale bv HOPE A GYLES.
New Goods! New Goods!!
. I offer to tho public as lino a Slock of I
SS? Goods for gentlemen's wear aa can boj
Auas ec n in thia markot, conaiatiug of Eng
? lililiah, French and American CASH?
MERES, SCOTCH GOODS. VESTING, Ac.
Tho DAVIS SHIRT always on hand. My atock
of Embroidered Vest Patterns ia quito a no?
velty. I am alao Agent for Wannamakor A
Brown, tho largest clothing houao in America,
samples of whoao gooda may bu seen on my
I guarantee aatisfaction in all caaoe, and
aolicit a abare uf public patronage
Sept 27_ O. D. EBEltHARPT.
Lang'a Improved Ruta Raga,
Cobaon'a Improved Ruta Raga,
Largo White Norfolk,
Large White Globo. HOPE A GYLES.
MTHE COTTAGE AND LOT on Weet
sido of Sumter street, between Taylor
and islanding afreets. For terms, apply
on tho premises, Alao, a second-hand PIANO,
for $100. Oct 20
A DWELLING HOUSE, containing
leight room', situated on Laurel street,
.between Bull and Marion. All neoosaary
out-buildings on the premisos. Possession
given on thu brat of November. Apply at
oflico of POPE ?i HASKELL.
THAT LARGE STORE, in tho Co?
rn! lumbla Hotel Block, recently occupied
-?".by Motara. Love A MoCreorv. Apply to
Oct 4 C. O. MARSHALL.
Desirable Residence for Sale.
THE desirable ono and a half story
[DWELLING, located on tho South-went
^corner of Lady .na] Marion atroeta, ia
offered for ?ale. The house baa all tho mo?
dern improvements, with a Mansard roof.
Tho lot containa half an aero. For terms,
apply to_ T. M. POLLOCK._
TO an approved tenant,I will rent the
"Walker House," situated on Upper
Boundary street. Apply to
Sept 20 _R. O'NEALE. Ju.
j^s. THAT large and commodious STORE
?ij?T?? now occupied by Mesura. Porter A Steele.
BlULPesscHaion given tho 1st of October.
For terms, inquire of G. DIERCK9.
.. Ang 2t _.
Bonds for Sale.
n^HE Charlotte, Columbia and Angnstn
J. Railroad Companv will sell $100,000 of ita
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS, bearing interest
at the rate of 7 per cunt, per annum, nt Ml
and accrued interest on 100-making the in?
vestor nearly 9 per cent, per annum, in addi
tiou io tba discount. Apply to M. P. Pe g ram
("ashier First National Batik, Chm lotte, C
Bouknighl, Treasurer, or
Sept 25 WM. JOHNSTON President.
FALL AND WINTER
GENTS' FlM'ISn?NG GOODS ! ! !
WE aro receiving and will continnc to rc
ccivo through tho season tho beat
That cannot ba turpaasod, if equaled, by any
Cuatom-mado. Wo bavo tho very latcet
fashions in McltoiiB, Diagonals, Cheviot
Uoavera, Tricota, Black Urea? Frock, Black
Doo Tanta, French and American Dreua
Yeats, Cloth, Silk and Silk Velvet.
A spendid lino of Mon's, Youths' and Boys'
UNDER-CLOTHING, White and Fancy ShirtB,
Cheviot and Negligco Half Hose, Uuder-wcar,
Cardigan Jacket?, Neck Wear, Suspender?,
Silk and Einen Handkerchiefs, Shawls, Car?
pets and Traveling Bags.
SILK, HATS-FALL STYLE.
?S-Wo bavo marked onr Gooda for not casu.
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 tho corporate limits of tho town.
It contains 350 acres of land, seventy-five of
\ Uich is good creek bottom. On it ia a com?
fortable Dwelling Houao, Gin House, and all
necessary out-huildinga; also, a Vineyard ot
Scuppcrnong Grapes of seven acres, in full
bearing, wita a Steno House, Cellar, and all
appliances for making wine, and a tine collec?
tion of Fruit Trees. H. E. BOWIE,
Soptl_Abbeville C. H., 8. C.
THE MOST MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
JEWELRY SOUTH OF THE
JHAVING moved from my old
ghOstand to Wea rn's now Art Build
%&?ing, aud opened the largest
JgSaod finest slock of WATCHES,
???CLOCKS. JEWELRY. DIA?
MONDS, Solid and Plated Ware, Cutlery, and
fancy articles generally, ever diaplaycd in |
thia city, I ask my many customers and
friends lind thc public to call aud examine tor
I have tho latcBt fashions in JEWELRY and !
PLATED WARE, of the moat artistic and ]
boautiful styles. AU my gooda are from first
class manufacturers only. Terms, not cash.
Repairing and Engraving a specialty. All j
Oct ll I * AAP BULZBAOBEB.
J. A. HENDRIX & HBO.
INVITE tho attention of their customers,
and tho public g '.'.orally, to their large
und varied stock of
Hardware, Wooden-ware, &c,
Which they offer for sale at tho LOWEST
PRICES for CASU on DELIVERY. Experi
onco demonstrates that tho true interest of all
concerned is boat secured by a resolute and
impartial adherenco to tho strictly cash sys?
tem. We respectfully announce toour friends I
and cuatomera that, from and after tho 1ST !
0OTOBEK ensuing, all memorandum ac?
counts will be discontinued. We offer to all,
without exception, tho important advantages
of a puroly conk business, ot which the supe?
rior quality aud moderate prices of our goods
will bo found to bo tho host evidence. Gooda
delivered at railroad depots and to city cus?
tomer? at their residences, when desired,
without charge. Sept 29 Imo*
POST OFFICE CORNER-STONE
HAS beeu laid according to the square. This
is tho principle upon which tho CIGARS and
TOBACCO arc Hold at tho sign of tho "Indian
Biri." If uartiea desiring to indulge in a
luxury would always invest their tweiity-ttvo
isents in "Golden Bug,"or some other favorite
brand, tho expression "I was
ROBBED LAST NIGHT,"
Would never he he ml. As you know, dealing
an tho equare will alway? keep tho hoad level.
Try Stull/'? "AAAA" Ping Tobacco. Oct 13
Butter, Cheese, &e.
TUBS choice GOSHEN BUTTER,
Boxes choice Goshen Cheeto,
1,000 pound? Breakfast Strip?,
10 barrels Pearl Crist aud Big Hominy.
All fresh and tor sale bv
Julv 10 "HOPE A GYLES.
1 Kf\BTJ8nEL3 PRIME RYE, for Seed.1
L?J" J For ?alo for oaah only.
Sept 8 HOPE A GYLES.
Choice Family Flour.
prrv BARREL8 STRICTLY PRIME, for
t)v' salo at reduced rates.
August 10_BOPE A GYLES.
The Doctors Recommend Seegers'Beer
rN proforence to Loudon Porterand Scotch
Ale. WlivVThev know it is unadulterated
JOHN AGNEW & SON.
WIIOL.KSAL.IC I.KU Ott 1)10 A. LICKS ,
OFFER to tho trade, at unusually low
prices, 100 whole and half barrel?, con?
sisting in part of:
CHOICE RYE WHISKEY.
Rectified and Corn Whiskey,
Pure Now England Rum,
Domestic Oins and Brandies.
Also, Old Otard Brandy. Holland Gin,
Wolfe'? Schiedam Schnappe, Port, Sherry and
Madeira Wine?, choice im ported und Califor?
nia Champagnes, McEwen'? Alo, Barclay,
Pcokins A Co.'s Loudon Porter, Ac, Ac., to
which they invite tho attention of purchasers.
Cet 10 JOHN AGNEW A SON^
A CKUTAIN Cvii?ron (.'nu i s AND FEVEK
First take tho Blood and Liver P?IIH, to work
nfl' tho bile and purify tim blood; throo or
tour will he sufficient*. Then take a table
spoonful of HEINITSH'S CHILL CURE. It
h:iB boen tried; wo know it.
r?IHE largest atock of READY-MADE
CLOTHING at retail in tho State.
Everything in tho way of
Some onr own styles.
A new feature ia tho Dagucrrcan Gallor^
formerly occupied by Meaera. Weam & Err,
iltted up for our diatom Trade, and Cllec
with the choiceat
FHENCH AND ENGLISH
CASSIMEBES LU VESTINGS.
Which wc arc makins to ordcT, under a ?Us.
rantco to please.
o E. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
LeRoy F. xonmans, Attorney at law
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
OFFICE Law Range, Bauekt-tt'a building,
Yonmans & Sheppard,
Attorneys at Laxo, Edge?ela, 8. C.
LER. F. YODMANS. JNO C. SHEPPARD.
Aug 27,_ Gmo
New Books ! New Booka !
THE VICAR'S DAUGHTER. By George
Tho Doctor'a Daughter. By Sophie Hay,
"At the Back of tho North Wind." By Goo.
Fitz Hugh St. Clair, the South Carolina Re?
bel Boy. By Mrs. Sallie F. Chapin. $1.50.
Lord Kilgobbin. By Charles Lever, ill.
The Golden Lion of Grampere. By Autho
I ny Trollpppe. 75o.
Ethel Miidmay'a Follies. 75o.
"Ombra," By Mrs. Oliphant. 7Cc.
And other late publications, juat rocehre?
and for sale at publishers prices, nt
R. L. BRYAN'S
A(\f \ CASES CANNED GOODS,
100 boxea CANDY,
50 boxes SOAP,
200 barr?la FLOUR,
100 barr?la Whiakey,
100 dozon Axes,
200 dozen Pocket-Kuivca,
100 dozen paira Traco Chains,
100 dozon Door and Pad-Locks,
100 bundles Ties,
100 bales Bagging.
For salo to-day, at New York pricea au 1 car?
riage, having been purchased mainly Icfors
tho lato iodated prices.
L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
Initial and Monogram Press.
E. R. STOKES
IS now propared, with a Presa and apper
tainmcnta. to manufacture INITIAL PA?
PER and ENVELOPES to order, omboaaed
aud in colors, ol' all sizes and quality.
Keepa constantly in store a full etcck ?f
Fancy and Staple STA ION ERY, BLANK
j HOOKS, Fancy Articles and all goods pertain
I inn to a flt at clasa Stationery House.
A uri! 20_
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE.
WE claim to have one of tho fines',
etocks of WATCHES, of all best Eng
_^liah, Swiea and Amorican makers. Weih
Diamonds and other fine Jewelry, our stool:
ia largo, and we are going to Bell the Gooda.
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in el
branchca, by tho host of workmen.
Nov 19 _Formerly Glazo A Radcliffe.
"Amazement on My Mother Sits.""
SUCH was the exclamation young Ham}?'
made to bia "Ma," upon her roturn.fron:
I tho GREAT GROCERY STORE of
I Tho old lady had boeu in a good doal of
I troubla lately, about Grocery mattera; but
wandering a little further than her won!
down town, abo happened to atop into
I Purchased nor supplies, upon rocoipt of
which, aatiafaotion so beamed upon her coun?
tenance, that young Hamlet (hopeful cusel)
lot looao tho expression usod to point the
moral of thia advertisement.
The quantity, quality and remarkably rea
?on aldo prices of our gooda, invito tho patron?
age of tho public. Cal!, purchase and bo COU*
vincod; and (a word in your ear) be ?are tc
pav for them, as gooda not worth paying for
airit worth buying. GEO. 8YMMEB8?
Hams, S. C. Shoulders and Strips.
3?*"i/\/~i LBS. Sngar-Cnred 8HOUL
,VJvJVj DEUS, Hams, Breakfast Ba?
con and Smoked TongiieB, for salo by
Sopt27 HOPE A GYLES.