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BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, ?. C, FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 3, 1873. VOL. VIII-^NO. 2i?f
Fatcb'b Ljit Lkai> ~AVha has
no t M of i 8am.;. Patch,. I bia fa mo ua
leap, and aia tragic death? Many per?
son* imagiae that he waa killed at Niaga?
ra. It waa at Geneaeo Falls, however,
Bear Rochester, N. Y. Soaao person has
been interviewing the oldest inhabitant
of that floariabing and interesting oily,
who aaw the last leap nearly forty-years
ago. Staging had been erected a hun?
dred feet abova the boiling cauldron be?
low. Amid tbo death-like stillness of
tbonsanda of spectators, ? Patch ran
few ateps and gave one leap in to the air
and fell, cutting the mist like a lead sink?
er, 200 feet into the seething whirlpool.
As he left the staging his body assumed
an oblique position, his head foremost,
but above bia feet. As he struck the water
there was aaawdfol silence, whilo the po
pulaoe a waitod, with choking breath, hie
ro-appearanoo. One minute? two mi
nates-**three minutes?and no signs of
? the daring jamper. Then the peopleeet
up a loud wail?a long murmur of sor
row: / This was the ond of Sam.'Patch.
They say he had been drinking during
the morning, add failed to keep bis feet
together and i his body perpendiouhar, as
on. previous oooasions. So ? when he
struck the water-She breath left his body,
and he was knookedsenseless.' > A- month
afterward* thoy found bin body away
down below Rochester, drifted upon the
rooks.: iloot?
t? ?? * **? 1 ....... ?.
Petroleom has been discovered in the
Northern part of Alabama,
Law Partnership.
Ml O.BUTLER andD. B. DE8AUSSURE
4 have this day formed a copartnership '
far.tjiie prsotioa of law in the Courts of .South ,
Carolina and in the United. States Courts.
Office Law Sange, Columbia. 8.0.
a ?f < M. O. BUTLER,
... ? , D.B. PeSAUSSURK.
Colombia, 8. C., January 1,1873. ? i-i
Jan l '_;_tim?
.. . Headless Rooster,
/?a B- - this Bring wonder has arrived,
mWA and oan be soon at D. MoGUlNNIB'
TBBr Restaurant, on Assembly street.
-jjflbggThis is the original Georgia Chicken,
^^^^whioh-sold for ?1,500 about three
months ago. h? had his hold severed from
his body at that time, but is still in good
health. CHAS.BMITH.
Jan 12'_ Proprietor.
Notice to Executors, Administrators,
,j Guardians and Trustees.
T> ETURNS of Sxeoutbre, Administrators,
11 Guardians a'-id Trustees, for the year 1
187*2, are required by law to be made during
the month of January. All failing go to do
will be proceeded against.
, i SANDERS D.BWYGERT,
Jan 13" .. Judge of Probate.
Dissolution. '
The law partnership of bachman a
WATIfifi is this day dissolved by the re?
tirement of Mr. Waties from the profession.
WM. K.BAOHMAN,
JOHN WATIES.
Columbia,'8. C, January 1;1878. Jan 13
? patrons of Husbandry
C?KJE8BUBY, S.U., Dboskbeb 31, 1872.
r IHE attention of Secretaries of aubordi
JL1' nate Oranges (who have hot already re?
ported) is called to Section 2, page 9, Consti?
tution! Treasurers of subordinate Granges
will report, as per Section 3, for the quarter
ending 24th inatant, to A. M. AlBJUt, Trea?
surer State Grange, at Greenwood. 8. 0.
The State Grange meets In Columbia, on
WEDNESDAY. 15th January, 1873; at 11
o'clock A. M., in "Floral Hall," on the Fail
Grounds. By order:
THOS. TAYLOR. "W. M."
Di Wyatt Arar.n, Secretary State Grange.
Janl_ ? _ 2
SAMUEL W. MELTON, I). H. chamberlain,
Att'orney-Genoral. Ex-AUorriey-General.
HELTON & CHAMBERLAIN,
Altorntyf and Conmtllor? at I?aw,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
\T7TLL praetioe in all the Courts-of this
TV State, and in the United States Courts
for the District of South Carolina.
Offices at Columbia, 8. 0.. in the State
House, and in the Carolina National Bank
building, up stairs._Jan 1 3mo
Dividend Notice.
central national -bank.
Columbia, S. C, Decomber 30,1872.
flpHE following resolution had been adopted ?
X by the Board of Directors of too Central
National Bank:
?'Resolved, That a Dividend of F1YE PER
cent, on the eapital stock of this Bank, free
from all United States, State, County and
city taxes, is hereby deolared out of the pro?
fits for the six months ending Slat December, \
1872; and that two PER CENT..additional
on said oapital atook be taken from the re?
mainder of said profits and carried to the
credit of the surplus fund."
The above Dividend is payable on and after
the 21 day of January, 1873, at our banking
house in the city of Columbia.
Jan 12_A.Q. BBBN1ZBB. flashier.
Take Notice.
4 LL persons indebted to J. H. KOHL ER
J\. will please ball and He-tie by the 10th of
January, or accounts will be placed in the
hands of a Magistrate. Deo 31 12
Water Notice.
a LL persona UBlng city water are hereby
j\. notified that from aud after this date the
ordiuanoe in relation to the using of water*
will be strictly and rigidly enforced. All per?
sons leaving their hjdrants. or water spouto
running will bo fined as provided by ordinance.
By order or the Mayor. OHAS. BARN UM,
Dec 31 _ City ?Berk._
Wanted to Rent. ,
MA HOUSE containing five or aix rooms.
For particulars apply at P??UtlX oflico.
Dec 2j '
Annual Meeting of Stockholders.
THE regular annual meeting of the Stock?
holders of the CAROLINA NATIONAL
* BANK will bo held at its Banking House. In
Columbia, S. C, on tbo aocond TUESDAY of |
January next, being tbo 14th of that month,
at 12 o'clock M. VV. li. GUHOE, Cashier.
_ Dec 27_ , fm7
Cheap Pictures.
a S there 1b a demand for oluiap pietnros,
1 V. wo have made arrangements to make
any kind tor PICTURE, and r? ckoap as any
where-in the world. Fonr Tintypes for 11;
sixteen- Photograph*, "cheap;" $2; ouv fine
Pictures at the old pi ices. Cormo ono, corrto
hll, and see for yourself.
" i, ? WE ARN ,t mX'S
Iieo 10 Sflrto 'Nyi; Aft'Oallcrft Main atreei.
J?ulos and,Horses.
%n? ; WE HAVE Jmt arrived i dS
WEk from lTe.ntuck} with a lot of M&TS
mW" "r{>?*fM'- MULES and (TT\
HuitsJit!. They are voung and in 1 1 '
fino.Qrde.r. \Y. H. & J.M. TALBOTT.
Deo 14_ .
New Orleans Syrup.
1/\ BV RUE LS New Crop NKW ORLEANS
\f SYRUP, Of very superior qualitr, for
?nie by HOPE & OYLES.
X>oodLa,JL Noticoa.
ON M ARlUAQE?Happy relief for yonng
men from the effects of error* and abuses
in early life. Manhood restored. Impedl-'
ments to mariiage removed. New method
of treatment. New. and remarkable reme?
dies. Books and circulars sent free, in
sealed envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSO?
CIATION], NO. 2 South Ninth street. Phila?
delphia. Pa.?an' institution having a high
reputation far honorable oouduot and profes?
sional skill. , ? Deol0 3mo
2.?O0 Acres of Land, at 62 Per Acre.
A Valuable Plantation Offered at a Sacrifice.
AFINE PLANTATION, containing a
'handsome residence and 2,500 acres ol
land, situated on the Watereo Hirer, about
twenty-eight miles from Colombia, and within
a few miles pf the Wilmington, Columbia and
Augusta Railroad, is now offered for Bale at
five thousand dollars ($5,000.) Before the
war the place .was valued at fifty thousand
dollars. Soil fertile, adapted to the raising
of corn, cotton, rice, Ac, and abounding in
timber in every variety. Besides tho dwelling
house, it contains out-buildings of various
kinds. Lias partly in Biohland and partly in
Bumter Cunnty. Apply to
RIVERS WRIGHT,
Deo 81 University South Carolina.
?-11 ? ?
Gifts for Christmas and the New Tear.
Srooure for our money. Parents, go to the
ITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK OF SOUTH CA?
ROLINA and deposit as muoh money as you
can spare for each of your little ones. A
Bank Book will bo banded to you which will
please your child better than the most costly
toy. 8ncli a gift will prove an enduring
benefit tc both giver and receiver. Tho Bank
nays Biz per cent, interest on money so do
posited._Dec 24 0
DEXTER STAHLES,
COLUMBIA, 8. O., DacEMBKB 27, 1872.
ON and after Janu
,ary 1,1873, I shall ex?
pect all persons hiring
teams at Dexter Stables to PAY for same as
soon as nscd: and if strangers wish to hire
teams, they must PAY IN ADVANCE.
All persons indebted to Boyoo A. Co. must
make payment immediately, or their accounts
will be put into bauds of magistrate for col?
lection. O. U. PETTING ILL,
Deo 28 _ For Boyor A Co.
Colombia Male. Academy.
Classical and'Mathematical School.
HUGH 8. THOMPSON, Principal.
J. 8. M?LLER,Assistants
J. P. ARTHUR, f
M. CHARLES DsB&DEMANN, Iasttuctor
in German.
THE exercises will bo resumed
on WEDNESDAY. January L 1873.
The studies embrace a full high
fschool course, iooluding French
and German.
Dec 29_4_
School Notioe.
MRS. MIDDLET0N will r< Bume
the duties of her School on the
.FIRST DAY OF JANUARY. 1873,
(at No. 30 Uurleyville. She will be
'pleased to receive girls of all ages
and bojs under twelve. In addi?
tion, to instruction in a thorough English
course, the girls will be taught Fancy Work,
without extra charge For terms, inquire at
30 HnrleyVille. Dec 31 3
Only Reliable Q\}1 Distribution in the country!
$60,000.00
IN VALUABLE GIFTS!
To be Dlbtributed in
L. B. SINE'S
159th Regular Monthly
GIFT ENTERPRISE
To be Drawn Monday, February 19, 1873.
TWO UK AM) CAPITALS OF
$5,000 each in Greenbacks!
TwoI'rlXB.St.llflUl FACH IS :
ST SSSZ lioSi Greenbacks!
OnoHorae ami Buggy*, with Silver-mounted
Harness, worth IGOO; one ll:u -toned Rosewood
Piano, worth $500; 10 Family dewing Machine s,
worth $100 each: 5 Gold W^ichos and Chains,
woith $300 each; hvn Gold American lionting
Watches, worth $125 each; ten Ladies' Gold
Hunting Watches, wojtli $7.*>; ?00 Gold and
Silver Lever tin tiling Watches, (in all,) worth
from $20 to $300oacb; Gold chain:*, Si verwarf,
Jewelry; Ac, Ao. Whole number Gifts t! S'JO.
Tickets limited to (iO.UDO.
AgcntB wanted to sell tickets, to whom
liberal prominma will be paid
Singh: tickets. $1; six tickets. $5; twelve
tickets, $10; twenty-five tickets. $20.
Circulurs coul alning a lull liet ol prizes, ft
description of tho mannt r <>l drawing, and
other information in reference to the di ,ti ibu
tiou, will bo sent to ?.ny one ordering them.
All loiters niuit be addressed to
Main Ullicu, . L. D. SINK, Box Hi,
101 \V. FiRh it. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Dec 3 fly
Uats and Corn.
1 ASWi RUSH ELS FEEDING OA'JS,
l.VJUVJ 700 bushel- While Com. for
sale low.for cash. _ 1 T.SPB .t OY1 Eh. _
Carriages.
c?P3fUjL> A LARGE STOCK of TOP and
$2*=3&Oyi;.N BUGGIES. ROCK A WAYS,
CABRIOLETTS. PILE C0KB, uiid a late stylo
of BngHdh Di g Cart; fyr t>ale at very reason
ablo prices, at the' Repotltory, corner Lady
and Assembly-elrectH.
Novl-7 . W. K GREENFIELD.
Buffalo Tongues,
NEW sugar-cured HAMS,
Breakfast strips,
linokod Beef, for ?nie low. HOI K & GYLES.
HAPPY NEW YEAH TO ALL,
O. F. JACKSON
w
ILL begin the new year by selling his
goods at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
FUBS, extra low in prioc.
FANCY GOODS, cheap.
BEST DBESS GOODS, at tho price, in the
city. C. F. JACKSON.
Jan 1_\_
PRESENTS FOR TUE SEASON,
In great variety, at
E. R. STOKES'
STATIONERY EMPORIUM,
MAIN STXtEteT,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Dec 22_H
Male Teacher Wanted,
TO tako charge of tho Bcnnoltsvillc Male
and Female Academy, situated in Ben?
no t tu villo, Marlboro County, Bon'v Carolina.
The scholastic year ia divided iui wo ses?
sions of twenty weeks each?the nrat com
moccing on the second Monday of January
and tho second on tho second Monday of July
in each year. The terms per Beosion aro as
follows:
Lower Branches of an English Educa?
tion.112 00
Higher Branches of an English Educa?
tion, Languages and Higher Mathe?
matics.1G 00
The school generally pays from $1.000 to
$1,500 per annum; is situated in a pleasant
and healthy locality, and is convenient to
churches. Board can be obtained at f 15 to
(20 per month.
Suitable references required. Apply to
either of tha undersigned. Anting Board of
Trustee*. J." If. HUDSON,
P. L. BBEEDEN,
D. W. MOOBE.
J. L. BBEEDEN,
Dec 21 K. LIVINGSTON.
E
J. H. KIN ARD
XHIBITS this week a large stock of sub?
stantial
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
AND
HEW' TEAR GIFTS.
$25,000 worth of handsome -
DRESS GOODS
To be sold at greatly reduced prices. Those
goods are entirely new, and having been
bought below the cost o! importation, aru
very cheap. Wc offer them at a slight ad?
vance on coat price. This stock cousists of
rich Lyons SILKS, handsome Japaneso Silks,
splendid Irish Poplins, beautiful French Pop?
lins, Cashmere do Lyons, rich Satteena, Ac,
Ac, in all the popular shades and colors.
He also off rs, at tho samo advantageous
rates, a foil line of tho unequalled "Gnu"
Brand Black Alpacas, of superior lustre, at
30. 85,10, 45, 60, 60, 75c. and $1 per yard.
In addition to the above, bo will sell a large
lot of newly manufactured PUBS, in sets,
much below the regular prices. Cape and
Maff from $3 50 to $30. Particular attention
is oalled to an invoice of Real Point and other
Beal Lace Collars, Sleeves and Handkerchiefs,
at half the price of importation. Mkcao
goods have been bought expressly for the
holidays, and they will be appreciated by the
ladies, and found bargains.
MRS. ANNA McCORMICK
Han in her MILLINEBY. DEPARTMENT a
great variety of fancy articles suitable for pre?
sents, to an examination of which ehe most
cordially invites her friends and I he public
generally. J. H. KINABD.
_Deol5_
Interest on Bonds.
TREASURER'S OFFICE,
Cu ah Lotte, Columbia it Augusta B.B. Co.,
Co i.cm hi a, s. O, Dee-ember 23, 1872.
11TIE Coupons for interest on Bonds of this
. Company, duo on first day of January
next, will ho paid on and after tbat date, on
presentation at tho office of M. K. Jcenp A
Co., in New York, at the First National l;?nU
at Charlotte, N. O.,or at tho Central National
Bank at Columbia, H. C, or at the ofiic? Ol
John J. Cohen A Sons, at Angusta, Ga.
Dec2l_10 C. BOUKNIG 11 P.Treasurer.
Pacific Guano Company's
(CAPITAL $1,000,000.)
P AC IF III GUANO.
mniS GUANO ia now so well known in all
J. the Southern States for it* remarkable
tllocts as an agency for increasing the pro?
ducts of labor, as not to require special re?
commendation Irom us. Its use lor soven
years past has established it* character for
re liable excellence. The laree fixed capital
invested by the company in this trade atTunta
tho surost guarantee of the continued excel?
lence of this Guano.
The supplies put into market thid season
arc, as heretofore, prepared under the pcr
I sonal supurintondenco of Dr. .St. JuMnn Have,
not, Chemist of tho Company, at Gharlfst<>i%
S. (j.; bcni'O planters may rest useun d that
its qualitv and composition aro precisely the
same at? t"hat hcrelolore sold.
J.N. BOBSON,
Helling Agent, Charleston. S. O.
. JOHN B. REESE A CO.,
General Agents, Baltimore,
Tekmr? $48 cash; $5;l time, without into
irest.
7. o accommodate ?lauter? they can order
now and havo until the first of April to de?
cide as to whether they will tako at time or
oat-h price. When delivered from Ute factory
j by tho car load, no dray ago will he charged.
|_Nov?d .Sroo
I Mince Heat.
TU3T received, a lot of choice MINCE
pj MEAT. QEO. SYMMEI1S,
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
AND
HAPPY IW YUM!
?pURCHASETIS of HOLIDAY GIFTS will
find a great many useful and elegant articles
at the
GRAND CENTRAL
Dry Goods Establishment
W. D. LOVE fie CO.,
Corner Main and Plain Btreote,
Under Whoelor House. [
?r-The GRAND CENTRAL will not open
on Christmas Day. Dec 22
L & W. C.
RE daily receiving additione to their elo?
_ gant stock of
CLOTHING,, HATS
GENTS' FIRXISI11XG GOODS.
An entirely new lice of
MEN'S,BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
HATS,
Just received.
M
1
In our Custom Department we are exhibit?
ing the choicest pattercs of foreign and do?
mestic
GASSIHERES AXD YEST1NGS.
Give us a call.
R. & W. C. SWAIFIELD.
DecJ9
Unprecedented Success
of tub
S I N G E R J
The Singer Sewing Machine
RECEIVED
FIRST PEEM?UMS,
18 7 2, I
AT
State Fair, Atlanta, Ga.,
Anderson Fair, S. C, |
Darlington Fair, S. C. I
Look at their salee:
101,200 MachiWH sold in 1871; 52.7.54 more
I tfittn UH]f c'oMiyuuy.
The singer Manufacturing Companv. Muin
I street, Columbia, S. C. W. J. WAY,
I Nov 13 t?m Aceet.
POMARIA KURSLlilES.
Established lt>5U.
jfSMIE proprietor bus a Urge and thrifty
X stockol Southern and acclimated FRUIT
TREES, from the earliest tu the latest. Ap?
ples, Peach en, Fears, PluniH. Cherries, Apri?
cots, Nectarines, Quinces, Medlars, Pome?
granates, Ever-bearing Mulberries, Figf,
English Walnuts, Spanish Chestnutfl, Fil?
berts, GrapcB, in great variety;Raspberries,
Strawberry Plants, all the" boat; Roses,
Dahlias. Gladiolus. Verbenas, Violets, Ac;
Ore. niental Flowering '.Shrubs, Evergreen?, I
for Cemeteries and Lawn,'in great variety;
Osage, Onjngo and Macartney Roscc, for
hedges; Horse Radish and Asparagus RootP,
particularly adapted to our climate. A de?
?criptive catalogue sent to all applicants.
Mr. John White ia my Agent at Columbia.
Address, " WM. SUMMER,
Nov 24 Srnol _PnmHrla. H. 0.
Fresh "Ficcuits.
I TURIN \, Pearl, Oyster, Wino, Butter, Milk,
t; Pic-nic. Cre.Hm, Corn Hill, Lemon, Soda,
Ac , all fresh.
Oct 9
For salo iow bv
HOPE A GYf.f S.
Oysters.
MY OYSTER SALOON is open
'for tho season. My friends are in?
vited to give mo a call. Oysters
served in all trtvli s. ?. DIERCKS.
Oct 18
UNION SAVINGS BANK,
. .OP CO.'.VHBIA, H. C. .. 1 i )|
AulhorlBed- Capital, $006,000.
Subscribed Capital, $141,CO0.
THIS- BANK ie now open for the traneae- '
tion or a GENERAL HANKING, EX?
CHANGE ana SAVINGS DEP03ir BUSI?
NESS. ? ?
DEPOSITS OF. ONE DOLLAR, AND UP?
WARDS 'will bd rocotVod, and Intorer.t al?
lowed at the rate of Seven Per Cent, per an?
num on Certificates of Deposits, and Six Per
Cent, on Accounts; alao, General Deposits re?
ceived, subjeot to Cheeks at any tiaie. '
COLLEC lTONS attended to at all accessible,
points, and remittances made promptly.
The Bank ia located next door to the Carb
I lina National Bank, and will for tbe present i
I have the ose of the very superior Vault of
that Bank. This gives depositors an addi?
tional guaranty for the safe-keeping of their
funds.
This Bank is also made capable. Irr ite I
charter, of acting as Executor, Administrs- ,
tor, Guardian, Trastee, Ac, br appointment
of any person or court of competent authori?
ty, and is now ready to accept and execute
trusU of this character. All funds of this
kind will draw Seven Per Cent. Interest from
i the time of doposlt nntil paid oat.
J. P. SOUTHERN, President.
G. M. WALKER. Cashier.
Directors -B. C. Shiver, S. L. Leaphart, J.
H. Kinard, W. B. QoUck, Geo. Symmera, A.
Cooper. _Dec 29 3mo
Millinery.
MRS. O. E. REED has been
awarded tho highest premiums,
, for 1871 and 1872, for the BE8T
MILLINERY, consisting of
Ladies' and Children's BON?
NETS, HATS and CAPS. Ladies' I
Under ware, Hair, and Fancy I
Articles of every description,
which will be sold at reduced
prices. The pnblio in goneral
are invited to call and eoe fir themselves be?
fore nnrchasinsr elsewhere._Dec 7
Columbia Female College.
TBI3 well-known institution
will be re-opened on tho first day
lot January. 1873. with a full corps
Jof experienced teachers.
UATE8?PA TABLE IN ADVANCE.
Tuition and Board, per ses?
sion of six months. $160 00
Tuition for Scholara in First and Be- ,- . i,-J
cond Classes. 24 06
In higher Classes. 36 00
Music, with use of instrument. 83 00
Extf a studies is per oircular.
JOHN W. KELLY,
Dec 12 lmo President Board Trustees.
Lawyers, Take Notice.
THE second volume, new series, of III-1
OHARDSON'S LAW REP0RT8 is now1
ready, and for sale by_R. L. BRYAN.
Building Lot for Sale. ?
SUITABLE for the erection of.TWO or more I
IIonsos. Located corner of Lumber and |
Bull streets. Measures 104 feqt. each way.
Terms cash. Apply at this Office._.
Cats, Bran, &c. ,
Qan BUSHELS FEEDING OATS
OUU 5 00') Iba. Bran and Ship 8thff.
J For sale by_HOPE & GYLES.
> The Doctors Recommend Seegers'Beer I
TN preference to London Porter and Seotoh
Ale. Whv? They knowit is unadulterated '
I" FOR SALE.
A. RARE OHAMOE
roK A
(?09 INVESTMENT.
B
KING derlious of changing my business,
I off. r for sale the entire aiook of the
.Exchange House,
CONSISTING op
BRANDIES. WINES,
WHISKIES, GINS,
RUM, ALE, 0IGAI18, etc.,
And all the fixtures necessary to carry on a [
FIRST CLAsy BAR and RESTAURANT.
The house is conveniently located, and ar?
ranged for private or transient Boarders, and
now er jo\s a fair patronage. It contains
ten FURNISHED ROOMS, besides two DIN?
ING LOOMS, rront and DAck, BAR ROOM
and KITCHEN. Attached to the establish?
ment is a fit.e Cock-Fit. Stables for Horees,
etc. For further particulars, applv to or
address P. HAMILTON JOYNER,
Dec 14_Columbia, 8. C.
Bonds for Sale.
THE Charlotte, Colombia sr.d Angnst
liai'n ud Companv will soil $100,000 of its
FIRST MO 111 GAGE BONDS, bearing interest
at tito rate of 7 per cent, per annum, at t'O
and ac'-.im-d interest on 100?making the in
venter nearly '.) per cent, per annum, in add
tion io the discount. Apply to M.P- Pegram
Canhicr Pint National Bank, Charlotte, 0
Bnuhnight, Tn asnrer. or
Snnt 25 W.M. JOHNSTON, f resident
New Fublicationa.
VTEW JUVENILE BOOKS. London ed
L^i li.'iiH, rllnstrated.
New standard woiks for libraries..
New Noveltf. in cheap binding.
ALo. a rrei-h stock of WRITING DE8KS
Portfolios, Gold Pens, Fen-Knives, Pocket
Book?, Photograph Albnmaof all sizes, Fancy
Brackets and Book Shelves, and a general
variety of Letter. Note and Can Papers, En?
velopes and Fauc\ Stationery, for tale by
Nov .1 _R. L. BRYAN.
Non-Explosive Oil,
TF/STt cccived and for sale, at G.DIERCKS'.'
The premium non explosivo MINERAL |
SPERM OIL. Also, burners suitable for tbt
use o! this Oil. Wholesale and rotail.
Nov 13
Buckwheat Flour.
NEW SELF RAISING BUCKWHEAT
FLOUR, at 0. DIERCKS".
I _ Nnv 14
New Mackerel.
K f\ KITS Mess and No. 1 MACK FUEL..
OU Co Half and Whole Barrels, l*. 2s and
'Is.
fi" Boxte Seah* 1 IL riit.-gs.
r?(iil Ueoigi-V (To Itbb.
F-.r aalt -v ? v HOPF & OYLES.
71 Swab Ftixuly dt^certer '
Ei ICK LED Hew York BEEP BOUND?t
SKpKED-r-Hew York Pig Hume and Strinay.
Nova Scot!a Salmon.,
Beef Tongues, Ab.
Oaxpid-Sucootaah, Lima Beasts.
Peas, Salmon, Hacker?!.
'' ?? Lobsters, PettYs. Peaches,_
Green-gagss, Moshroonu?,.
Truffles, Asparagus.
PnEHKBVKD?O&nton Gingfer, Pears-'.
Citron, Pine apples,.
Strawberries, Qa?ices,
Blackberries,
Baapberrias, &c. -..
Jellies?Gnava and general assortment:
Teas ?Gunpowder, Imperial, Japan,
Souchoug, and English Breakfast*.
selected by an expert, and finest isu.
'any market.
Coke cxs?Mocha, Lag nay r a. Bio.
O. G. Java, Raw and Boasted'.
also,
The Downor Minehal Sfebm Oil, epBOIat?*
ly safe as a oaudio, brilliant r.a gas, anal
oheap as kerosene: have all the neovwa*X>
Bnrners, Wieks, Chimney s. to fix old Tain pat.
^NovSO QTsO. BYMMEB&.
BULZBAOHEH'S
NEW OPENING!
tue ifost magnifioext'stock:<
je WBLR Y SO UTIf T>F tue
. . f. FQTOMAO.
BAYING moved from my oT?<
stand to Wearn'n new Art BuRflt?
ing, and opened fbe larg^si^
,aifl finest stock of WATCHES'^
tiFmSfSiam CLOCKS. JEWELRY. DIA?
MONDS, Solid and Plated Ware/Cutlery, and
fancy, articles generally, .ever displayed he>
this. city, I ask my many customers and
friends and the ptibhc to call-and examine tor?
themselves. _ . , ?
I have the latest fashions'in JEWELRY. aa?
PLATED WABE, of the moat artiethr and?,
beautiful styles.. All my goods are from firsts
claoa mannfaetnr? rs only. Terms, net ca?*.
Bepairing and- Eugravinrr & specialty* AH
work guaranteed. . ?
Oe.t 11 I?UAO SULZBACBER.
STRANGE BUT TRTLE1.
Custom-Made
CLOTHING*
Gent?' Furnishing Goods.
HATS AND CAPS AT COS TL
?THIS plan, so nnusna! at,--,
this season of the year, has ^Wtt
been adopted, and will' be eon- (mF
tinned by our house until- ??
Y 1,1873, for a special purpose. All?
visitors to the city, who consult their persona]
comfort and financial interest, should, by alV
means-, visit the Btoro of,
S. STRAUS A BBO?,. "
. ... Columbia. Hotel Block*. : .
N. B. Having purchased oOr goods fo?
cash, and at tho largest'business houses in
America, we ohailenge competition. Nov 8
FALL AND WINTER
CLOTHING
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS 11V
E are receiving and will continue to *??
oeive through the aeaaon the best;
w
I Ready-made Clothing
That cannot be surpassed, if equaled, by any
Custom-made. .We have- tho very fa teak
fashions in Meltons. Diagonals, Cheviot
Beavers, Tricots, Black Dress Frock, Blaeft
Doe ..Pants, French and American Drea?
Tests, Cloth. Silk and Silk Velvet.
A spendld line of Men's, Ynntfas' and* Bey a"'
UNDEH-CLOTHlNO.Whha and F?m*> fchirl*-..
Cheviot and Negligee Half not-e, Under-wttr?. .
Cardigan Jackets. N?>ck Wear, Sn-pendeii..
Silk and Linen Handkeichieis, hbawla,.Ov-> -
pets and Traveling Bags.
SILK HATS?F?LL STYLE;
49* We have marked onr Goods for net ca?k>. ?
KIN ARD & WILEY.
Octl_,_
JUST ?EOEIVED.
A\_AH CA8E8 CANNED GOODS,
L?yjyJ 100 boxes CANDY,
60 boxes SOAP,
260 barrels'FLOUB,
100 barrels Whiskey,
100 dozen Axes,
200 dozen Pocket-Knives,.
100 dozen pairs Trace Chains, .
100 dozen Door and Pad-Locke,
100 bundles Ties,
100 bales Bagging.
For sale to-day, at New York prices an ' ost-- -
riage, having ueen purchased mainly before -
the late inflated prioes.
L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
2 0 0,0 0 0
In great varieties.
EN7ELOFESI
GRAND arrival of new and iraprovedStopi*
and Fancy
STATIONERY 1
Also, fine CUTLERY and FANCY- ARTI?
CLES. Buitablo for Ladies and Gentlemen.
A visit to this House mar amuse nnrl mduos,
you to purchase.
TOE BLANK BOOK
BOOS BINDERY"'
Ib in full operation. State. Connty.BanTfc
! and Railroad Oftices and Business Houses ofc
all kinds ?npplied with Bo-dfa, Rnlcd to'any
pattern, with printed Heading, when re
quired, in all styles of Rinding, at shortest
notice and living prices.
IS. B. STOKES,
Nov 21 Main street, Colnmbia, 3. 0._
Seegers' BeerisFnro.
IT don't contain Coooculus Indicua? Fis>.
Berries to make sleepy or headache.

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