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BY J A. SELBY. COLUMBIA..S. C, SUNDAY MOKNING, JANUARY 5, 1873. VOL. VIII-rNO. 24^7
t^ffefeMtfltot ol?iiea looladea the
Bam -K o! many persons who acquired
diat-'oction in their respective pursuits.
Joui i) -diem lost Horace Greeley, fqundor
of the Tribune, who Was mourned by the
whole American people; James Gordon
Bennett, of the. New'York Herald; Mr.
Spalding, of the New York World; Ed?
ward A. Pollard, formerly ol the Rich?
mond Examiner; Thomas B. Holoombo,
formerly editor of I the Indianapolis
Sentinel; the Her; Amasa Convorse, edi?
tor of Christian Observer; Adolph Gae
roult, of the ? French press; Joseph B.
Lymanand Wm. F..Beers* of the Tri?
bun* a tuff, and D.-,O'0. Towaley. .
Literature lost Ohnrjes Lever, the
Sehl?l moralist; Tbeophile Gautior, tho
'ronoh art critic, moralist and poet;
D'Aubigne, the historian of tho Reform?
ation; Prof. Maurice, Frederick Ger
Biteoker,-' Prot. Hadley, of Yale, Sir
John'Bowriog, tho reformer,'writer and
versatile linguist; Robert Prutz, A. W.
Foublanque, Ban. Payaou, Pavton,
g'anny Fero;) N?rmon MoLeod, Moritz
arttnann, Bcotoh churchman and au?
thor;. Horace' May Sard, the English
novelist, and Franz Grillparzer, who en?
riched German dramatic literature.
. Many great names have been lost to
science?among them Prof. Lee, emi?
nent in -medicine; Muj. Gen. Uhesney,
the. pioneer of tho overland route to
India; Prof. Morse? the great electri?
cian; Feaerbacb, the German specula?
tive philosopher; Babinet, the French
savant; Dr. Franoia Lieber, the publi?
cist; Prof? UpUam, ox Bowdiu College;
Mary Somervrllo, the English astronomer;
M. Ponobot, tho French physiologist;
Dr. W. Baird, of London, and Prof.
Goldstucker, the philologist.
* The pulpit has lost Dr. Frauois Vic
ton, of Trinity Ohuroh; the Rev. Dr.
Honry Ostrander,. of the Reformed
Church, .Sangerties, New York; Peter
Uartwright, tho Methodist backwoods
preacher; the Roman Cathoiio prelates
Cardinal Amat, Arohbiahop Spauldiug,
Bishop. McGill, of Richmond, and the
Very Riey.. Thomas Mulrey, Vioar-Gene
ral of tha Diocese of Virginia.
Among the great soldiers who died
were Mai. Gens. Meade and Halleck, of
the regular army; Marshal Forey, of the
French army; Lieut. Gens. Ewell and
Patten Anderson and Gen. Wright, of
the Confederate army; Field Marshal
Sir Goorgo Pallook, Constable of London
The death-roll of artists inoludes
Kensott, the landscape painter; Sully,
Ames, T. Baohanan. Read, both painter
and poet; and Robert S. Dunoansonand
George Oatlin, all Americans; and West
maoott, the English Bculptor.
. The stage lost the veterans Forrest and
Sedloy Smith; also. Miss O'Neill, who
was popul?r in England fifty years ago;
Eliza Logan, MoKean Buchanan, Bogu
m?Daweon and Emil Devrient Few
eminent musicians died; the art, how?
ever*, lost Hastings, the writer of oharch
music; Lowell Mason, of New England
fame, and Henry G. Ohorley, the critio
- of the London Affienaeum.
Among Americans in politioal life who
died were ex-Seoretary Seward, ex
Minister Ingersoll, ex-Postmaster-Geno
ral Randall, Humphrey Marshall, of
Kentucky; ex-Gov. Bragg, of North Ca?
rolina; Norman Eddy, Secretary of
State for Indiana; ex-United States Se?
nators Wall, of New Jersey; Grimes, of
Iowa; Walker, of Wisconsin; Van
Winkle, of West Virginia; Garrett Davis,
? Among the foreigners distinguished in
politioal life who died were Juarez, Pre?
sident of Mexico; Earl Mayo, Governor
General of India, assassinated by a reli?
gions fanatic; J. R. Thorbecke, Dutch
statesman; Mazzini, the great Italian
revolutionist; Dake de Persigny, the
ardent adherent of Napoleon III; Conti,
? another devoted friend of the ex-Em
percr; Sir Henry Bulwer, brother of tho
novelist; Lord Lonsdale, once Post?
master-General of England, and the
Duke of Bedford.
Royalty and royal houses lost King
Charles XV, of Swedon; Archduke Al
brecht, of Austria; tho Duke de Guise,
Don Angel Iturbide, son of the first
Emperor of Mexico; Prince Frederick
Albert, -of Germany; King Kamahameha,
of the Sandwich islands; Arohduohess
Sophia, ef Austria.
Among the men prominent in business
oiroles or well known in private life on
last year's death-roll are David Paul
Brown, of Philadelphia; James Fisk,
Jr., Samuel N. Pike, Eraatus Corning,
John A. Griswold, of Troy; Joseph H.
Soranton, who founded Soranton, Penn?
sylvania; Paran . Stevens, Simeon Le
land, Viscountess Beaconsfield.
The Delaware Indians livo iu frame
houses, wear cat-away coats.and stand
up collars, fail in business, and compro?
mise ab fifty cents on the dollar, and are
getting quite civilized.
Citizens' Savings-Bank of 5. C.
ALL SAVINGS. DEPOSIT? made in this
' -.Bank on or before the 6th day of each
calendar mouth will boar interest for that
month as if deposited on the ldt instant.
Jan 15 J. Oj B. SMITH, Asa't Cashier.
A FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE IIOU8E.
ly at this Office
Cheese and Biscuit.
KY"V BOXES ENGLIBH DAIBY G03HEN,
OXj Pine Apple and Y. A. CHEESE.
50 Ijoxoa assorted Bisooit. For salo low.
Pec 8_j_HOPE *_GYLES.
New Orleans Syrup.
1 /TV BARRELS New Crop NEW OBLEAN8
4-V/ SYBUP, of very superior quality, for
sale by , . * ? HOP*? A GYLES.
King's Mountain Militarv School,
VPIIKVIL,L.B, S. O.
U THE first aesaion of the echool
year, 1873. wJUhegin FEBRUABY
\, itiS arid JUNE 30. Terms: For
gchool Expenses, ^ t. e., Board,
$^J^&&?Ji Ligbta. Washing,
Stationery, fto.^tiac per eeasion,
dayable In advance.. ' ? \
For Oiroulara, address
? Poo 21*18 Oct.. A. OOWABP.PrinclpSl.
i ? Columdia, 8. 0., January 2,1878.
The public are cautioned not to negotiate
or oaah an order on the Land Commissioner,
given by It. 0. DeLarge, in my favor, and now
held by Mr. J. D. Budde, or In any way trade
for same, aa ho holds this paper without my
authority?payment of the same having been
stopped?aa Mr. Budde has had no oonneotion
with this house for the last four months.
Jan 3 Columbia Hotel.
O A TTrrTra"\T t lea & ferrins ,
\uA. U _L J-VJ-Ul ? Worceetcrsh'e Sauce
Buyers are cautioned to avoid the numerous I
Counterfeits and imitations offered for Bale.
JOHN duncan'S SONS, New York,
Oot 20 lly Agents for the United States.
ON MARRIAGE?Happy reliof for young '
men from the effects of errors and abuses
in early Ufe. Manhood restored. Impedi?
ments te marriago removed. Now method
of treatment. New and romarkuble reme?
dies. Books and circulars sent freo, in >
sealed envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSO?
CIATION, No. 2 South Ninth Btrcei. Phila?
delphia, Pa.?an institution having a high
reputation for honorable oonduct and protos
sional skill._Decl0 3mo
Wanted to Rent,
BY a email family, a COTTAGE, con?
taining three or four good rooms. Pay?
ment in advance, if required. Not par?
ticular in regard to the price. Inquire at this ]
o?ieo. Jan 4
mo all whom it may concern: A DUE BILL
JL or OBDER, hold by W. L. Clinton for
$14 or $15, drawn in favor of Messrs. Bauskett I
j Hr. Monteith, and signed with my namo.isa
forgorv. ? G. DIERCK8.
DELIGHTFUL I ENTERTAINMENT
HtWIN'B HALL, -
MOND A Y AND TUESDAY EVENINGS,
JANUARY 6 AND 7.
MISS JENNIE PATTERSON
Readings and Recitations.
MIBS PATTERSON will be introduced by
a prominent citizen of Columbia. Ad
1 mission 50 cents; reaervod seats 25 cents ex?
tra. Tickets for Bale at LyBrand's. Doors
I op m at 7 o'clock. Headings to oommence at
I 8. _Jan 4
NOTICE is hereby given that William A.I
Leard, administrator of the estate of
George W. Dansby, decoased, has applied to
Hon. 8. D. Swygert, Judge of Probate, in and
for the County of Riohland, for a final dis?
charge as suon administrator.
It is ordered, that the 4th day of January, 1
A. D. 1873. be fixed for hearing of petition,
and a final settlement of said estate.
SANDERS D. SWYGERT,
Probate Judgo, Bichland County.
rnWO largo Walnut Gilt Framed PICTURES
JL or LEE and JACKSON. Ten dollars re?
ward will bo paid for the reentry of the I
samo. R. JOYNER,
Pflogt_ _Proprietor National Hotel.
ON and after the lat of January our busi?
ness will bo conducted on tho CASH
SYSTEM. All those indebted to ua will please ]
make payment bv the 15th.
Jan 1 wm2?_& A. OLIVER.
ALL persons indebted to J. H. K?HLER
witl pleaBO call and eottlo by tho lOih of
January, or accounts will ho placed in tho |
hands of a Magistrate. Doc 31 12
AS there ie a demand for cheap picluros,
we havo made arrangements to make
any kind ef PICTURE, and as cheap as any?
where in the world. Four Tintypes for Sl;|
sixteou Photographs, "cheap," i2; our fine
Pictures at the old prices. Come one, come
all, aud see for yoursolL
WE ARN A niX S
Dec 10 3mo Now Art Gallery, Main street.
Annual Meeting of Stockholders.
THE regular annual meeting of the Stock?
holders of tho CAROLINA NATIONAL
1 BANK will he held at its Banking House, in I
I Columbia, S. C, on the second TUESDAY of |
January text, being the 14th of that month,
i at 12 o'clock M. W. B. GULICK, Cashier.
. Notice of Copartnership.
WE, tho undersigned, have this day en?
tered into copartnership for tho pur-1
pojo of carrying on an extensive CIGAR
AND TOBACCO TRADE. Our moans uro
ample, and our efforts to please will ho more
than doubled. Tho bucetbs of the "INDIAN
GIRL" sirtco her advent in Columbia baa I
been unparalleled in tho Cigar trado. ThiB
can bo accounted for only by tho Buporiority
-of tho stock, and tho low prices at which
I goods ar?j aold. Wo hope for a continuation
I of tho favors of tho public, which we will1
r.lwavs elrive to deserve. The Htvlo of tho
now firm will ho PERRY & 8LAW8?N.
h, iT l'KHHv, ? J. r. BLAWiON.
A New Law Firm.
ELLIOTT & TRADEWELL. No. G Law
Range R. B. ELLIOTT,
Jan 3 JAMES D. TRADEWELL.
ALL persons using city water are hcroby
notified that from and after thia.'Yto the
ordinance in relation to the using of water,
will be strictly and rigidly enforced. All por
sons leaving thoir hjdranta or water spoutB
running will bo fined as provided by ordinance
BS order of the Mayor. OHAS. BABNUM,
Deo 31_ City Clerk.
Easiness Men, Take Notice!
ALL porsons aro notified that by terms of I
City Ordinanoe, all BUSINESS LI?
CENSES aro required to be: paid before the |
'Ith proximo. These rules will be strictly en?
forced. CHARLES BARN.UM,
Dec 31 City Treasurer.
Apples 1 Apples 1
?ft f\ BARRELS NORTHERN APPLES,
JLU 2 Barrbl.H CRANBERRIES, Just rc
oolved and for sale by HOPE & GYLES,
COLUMBIA, 8. ?., Deckmbeb 27,1872.
ON and after Janu
,ary 1,1873,1 shall ox
peot all persons hiring
teams at Dexter Btables to PAY for same as
soon as used: and if strangers wish to hire
teams, they mast PAY IN ADVANOE.
AU persons indebted to Boyoe * Co. must
make payment Immediately, or their acceonts
will be pat into hands of magistrate for col?
lection. 0. H. PETTINGILL.
Deo 28 For Botce & Co.
flAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL.
C. F. JACKSON
ILL begin tho new year by selling his
GREATLY REDUCED PBICES
FOBS, extra low in price.
FANCY QOODS, cheap.
BEST DRESS GOODS, at the price, in tho
city. ' C. F. JACKSON.
Jan 1 _._
SAMUEL W. MEI.Tu::, d. II. oua1ibe11lain,
MELTON & CHAMBERLAIN.
Attorneys and Counsellor,! nt Law,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
WILL praotico in all tho Courts of this
Btato, and in tbo United States Courts
for the District of South Carolina.
Offices at Columbia, S. 0., in tho Btato
i Houao, and in tho Carolina National Bank
building, up stairs. Jan 1 3mo
Copartnership Notice .
THE nndorsigned have this day associated
themselves as partners in the practice of
law, under tho firm namo of BACHMAN A
YOUMANS. Office No. 1 Law Range.
WM K. BACHMAN,
January 1, 1873. Jan 1 wm9
MO. BUTLER and D. B. DeSAUSSURE I
? have this day formed a copartnership
for the praotice of law in tho Courts of South
Carolina and in the Unitod Statos Courts.
Office Law Range,Columbia, B.C.
M. O. BUTLER,
D. B. DeSAUSSURE.
Columbia., S. C, January 1,1873.
Jan 1 _flmo
. J. H. KIN ARD
EXHIBITS this week a largo atock of sub-1
SEW YEAR GIFTS.
$25,000 worth of handsome
To be sold at groatly reducod prices. These
goods aro entirely new, and having been
bought bolow tho coat o! importation, are
very cheap. Wo offer them at a slight ad
vanco on ooat price. This stock consists of
rich Lyons SILKS, handsome Japanose Sill s,
splendid Irish Poplins, boautiful French Pop?
lins, Cashmero do Lyons, rich Sattoena, Ac,
Ac, in all tbo popular shades and colors.
Ho also off ra, at tho samo advantageous
rates, a full lino of tho unequalled "Gnu"
Braud Black Alpacas, of superior lustre, at
30. 35, 40, 45, 50, CO, 75c. and f 1 per yard.
In addition to tho above, ho will soil a largo
lot of nowly manufactured FURS, in sets, I
much below tho regular prices. Capo and
Muff" from $3.50 to $30. Particular attention
is call.id to an invoico of Real Point and other
Real Laco Collars, SIcovoh and Handkerchiefs,
at half tho prico of importation, 'ibese
poods bavo been bought expressly for tho I
holidays, and they will bo appreciated by tho
ladies, and round bargains.
MRS. ANNA McCORMICK
Has in bor MILLINERY DEPARTMENT a I
groat variety of fancy articles unit able for pro
sontu, to mi examination of which sho most
cordially invites her friends and the public
generally. J. 11. KINARD.
Mules and Horses.
Iff., WE HAVE juit arrived A
frcffc from Kentucky will: a lot ol JJzTfS
?* y* ?Wr.nii?.frr? MOLES and fTH
ituiiMvU. They are young and in r
tine order. W. 8. & J. at. TA LBOTT.
YOU can select from the largest *tock in
tho statu by culling at tho Repository, I
corner of Washington and Sumter streets,
noar Poet Office. Bo sum to ea'.l and exa?
mine. JOHN AO NEW, Proprietor.
M. J. CALNAN. Agent. Nov 7
Cats and Corn.
1AAA BUSHELS FEEDING OAiS,
,UUU 700 buahcU White Corn, lor!
sale low for cash._ HOPE .V QYLE8.
A LARGE STOCK of TOP and
_ OPEN BUGGIE8, ROCKAWAY8,
OABRIOLETTS, PHOTONS, and a lato style 1
of English Di g Cart, for sale at very reason-1
able prices, at the Repository, corner Lady
and Assembly streets.
N0VlL W. K. GREENFIELD.
VTBW sugar-cured HAMS,
J3I Breakfast Strips,
?mokod Beef, for sale low, nOPE ft, OYLE8.
Coall Coal 11 Coal 111
T0Na of that famous poetical An
2sO I tbraoite COAL is now oflerodfor sale.
English ton given,2,240 pounds. Terms oasy.
Apply to R. A. KEENAN,
Dec 24 lmo* Coal and Wood Dealer.
A CUKE TO DRAW
We open this date a
fresh lot of No. 1
BLANKETS, oi very
superior quality. Also,
a iuU line of BALMO?
RAL and BOULE?
VARD SKIRT S,
Brown and Bleached
Domestic Prints, Sec.
As the season is ad
vancing,we offer these,
together with other
goods in the DRY
GOODS line, at unusu?
ally low figures, and as
'the rush upon us is tre?
mendous, the chances
are, unless you call
soon, you will lose the
PORTER & STEEXEL
A 31EItKY GUUISTMAS
lAfFY H1W Y1A1I
J3URCHASERS of HOLIDAY GIFTS
find a great rainy useful and ologant articles
Dry Goods Establishment
W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Corner Main and Plain streets,
Undor Whoelcr Ilonso.
aor-Tho GRAND CENTRAL will not open
on Christmas Dav. Dec 22
iTi. t ?im
RE daily receiving additioua to their elu
? gant stock of
i WDSiemvQ q()0ds
An entirely now lino of
MEN'S,BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
In our Custom Department wo are exhibit?
ing too choicest patteras of foreign and do
cassisieres ami vestixgs.
Givo us a call.
R. & W. C. SWAiTIELD.
RA KITS Mess and No. 1 MACKEREL.
f )\J CO Hair and Whole. Barrels, Is, 2s and ]
60 Boxes Scaled Herrings,
500 Goorge's Codfish.
For sale low by HOPE A GYLES.
2,500 Acres of Land, at $2 Per Acre.
A Valuable Plintestion Offered at a Sacrifice.
AFINE PLANTATION, containing a
handsome residence and 2.500 acres ol
land, situated on the Wateree River, aboct
twenty-oii;Ut miles from Columbia, and within
a fow miles of the Wilmington, Columbia and
Augnsta Railroad, is now offered for sale at
five thousand dollars (15,000.) Before the
war the place was valued at fifty thousand
dollars. Boil fertile, adapted to the raising
of corn, cotton, rioe, Ac., and abounding in
timber in every variety. Besides iheawobiog
house, it contains outbuildings of various
kinds. Lies partly in Riohlandand partly in
Sumter County. Apply to
Doo 31_-_University South Carolina.
UNION SAVINGS BANK,
OP COLUMBIA, 8. C.
Aulhorizsd Capital, $500,000.
Subscribed Capital, $111,000.
TniS BANK Is nowopon for the transac?
tion of a GENERAL BANKING, EX?
CHANGE aud SAYINGS DEPOSIT BUSI?
DEPOSITS OF ONE DOLLAR AND UP?
WARDS will bo received, and interest al?
lowed at the rate of Seven Per Cent, per an?
num on Certificates of Deposits, and Six Per
Cent, on Accounts: also, General Deposits-ro
oeivod, BUbjoct to Chocks at any time.
COLLECTIONS attended to at all accessible
points, and remittances made promptly.
The Bank is located next door to the Caro?
lina National Bank, and will for tbe present
havo the uso of the very superior Yault of
that Bank. This gives depositors an addi?
tional guaranty for tbo safe-keeping of their
This Bank is also mado capable, by its
charter, of acting as Executor, Administra?
tor, Guardian, Trustee, Ac, bv appointment
of any person or oonrt of competent authori?
ty, and is now ready to accept and execute
trusts of this character. All funds of this
kind will draw Sevon Per Cent. Interest from
I tbo time of dopoait until paid out.
J. P. SOUTHERN, President.
G. M. WALKER,Cashier.
Dir-ectobs ? R. C. Shiver, S. L. Leaphart, J.
H. Kinard, W. B. Gulick, Geo. Symmers, A.
Cooper. Dec 20 Smo
MRS. O. E. BEED has been
awarded the highest premiums,
, for 1871 and 1872, for the BEST
[MILLINERY, consisting of
Ladies' and Children's BON
1NET8, HATS and GAPS, Ladies'
Underware, Hair, and Fauoy
Articles of every description,
which will be sold at reduced
prices. The public in general
are invited to caU and see for themselves be?
fore porohaslng elsewhere._Deo 7
Columbia Female College.
THIS well-known institution
^ will be re-opened on the first day
?of January. 1873, with a full corps
i of experienced teachers.
bates?taxable in advance.
Tuition and Board, per ses?
sion of aix months. (150 00
Tuition for Scholars in First and Se?
cond Classes. 24 09
In higher Glasses.?. 3? 00
Music, with uso of instrument. 33 00
Extra studies is per circular.
JOHN W. KELLY,
Dec 12 lroo President Board Trustees.
Lawyers, Take Notice.
TUE second volume, new seri?s, of RI?
CHARDSON'S LAW REPORTS is now
ready, and for Halo by R. L. BRYAN.
Building Lot for Sale.
SUITARLE f ur the erection of TWOor more
Houses. Located corner of Lumber and
Rull streets. Moasuros 108 foot each way.
Terms CHsh Auply at this Office._
Uats, Bran, &c.
Q/Uv BUSHELS FEEDING OATS.
OUv "> 000 lbs. Bran and Ship Stnff.
For sale by HOPE & GYLES.
The Doctors kecommend Seegers'Beer
TN preference to London Porter and Scotch
Ale. Why? They know it is unadulterated
A. RARE CHANCE
EING desiious of changing my business.
I offer for salo tbe entire stock Of tbe
RUM, ALE, CIGAHS, etc.,
And all the fixtures necosbary to carry on a
ITUS'l CLA!?s BAR and RESTAURANT.
The hi nine is conveniently located, and ar?
ranged fur private or transient Boarders! and
now enjoys* a fair patronage. It contains
ten I'UuNISUED ROOMS, beeides two DIN
INO ROOMS, front and back, BAR ROOM
and. KITCHEN. Attached to the establish?
meutis a line Cook-Pit. Stables tor. Horses,
etc. For further particulars, apply to or
address P. HAMILTON JOYNER,
Dec 11_Columbia, 8. C.
NEW JUVENILE BOOKS. London edi?
New standard works for libraries.
Now Novels, in cbeap binding.
Also, a rresh stock of WRITING DESKS,
Portfolios, Gold Pen?, Pen-Knives, Pocket
Books, Photograph Albums of all sices, Fancy
Brackets and Book Shelves, and a general
I variety of Letter, Note' and Gap Papers, En
. velopof aud Fancy Stationery, for sale by
I ;J??_T _R. L. BRYAN.
JUST rocoived and for salo, at G.DIERCK8'.
Tbo premium non-explosive! MINERAL
SPERM OIL. Also, burners suitable for the
I use of this Oil. Wbolesalo and retail.
X?3T ? reoelvcd, a lot of eholee MINCE
MEAT. GEO. SYMMERS.
. Pickled?Salmon Bellies, :
North Carolin? Mullet, '?Mf ^
? Smoked?New York Pig Barn? and Stripe,
Not? SootS? Salmon,
Beel Tonga??. Ac.
0ahn kd?Sucootssb, Lima Beans,
Teas, Salmon, Mackerel; ? '
Lobatore, Pears. Peaches,
Green-gages, Houtooms, .
Trufiles, Asparagus. '-'> ?' -
PnssKiiYED?Canton Ginger. Peare,
Citron, Pine-appTeaf ^
Strawberries, Quinoea, ? ?-";?.;.:
Jf.i.dikb?Gnava and general assortment. S
I Teas?Gunpowder, Imperial, Japan,
Souchong, kind Engllah Breakfast,
selected bran export, and flneat Id
Ookfhks?Mocha, Laguayra, Bio,
O. G. Java, Itaw and Boasted, k
The Downer Mjnehai. Spebm On., absolute?
ly safe as a candle, .brilliant as gas, an*
cheap as kerosene: havo all the necessary
i Burnora, Wicks, Chimneys, to fix old lamps.
Not 20_QEQ. BYMMBBS.
1 TT W ^PI^TT^rs.1
IX XL* V Y x/x, juii,! MmX^ * ?
THE MOST MAGXIFIOEET BTOORt. OF
JE WE LR Y SO UTII OF TBE ?
II AYING moved from my, old
(stand to Wearn's new Art Bufld
i*ing, and opened the largest
Raul finest stock of WATCHES.
^ _*?OLOOK8, JEWELRY, DIA?
MONDS. Solid and Plated Ware, Cutlery, and
fancy article* generally, ever displayed.in
this olty, I ask' my many customers and
friends and the public to call and examine tax
I have the latest fashions in JEWELRY and
PLATED WABE, of tbo most artistic and
beautiful styles. All my goods are from first
class manufacturers only. Terms, net caafa.
Bcpairing and Engraving a specialty.; All
work guaranteed. ?
Oct 11_ISAAC SULZBAOHBB.
STRANGE BUT TBTJEJ
Gents' Farniflhing Goods,
HATS AND CAPS AT COST.
I J ANUAin
THIS plan, so unusual si,
this season of the year, has
been adopted, and will be eon*
tinned by our house until
1Y 1,1873, for a special purpose. All
visitors to the pity, who consult their personal
comfort and financial interest, should.by all
me ana, risit the store of ' ?" ?'
S. ST BAUS A BBO.,
Columbia, Hotel Block.
N. B. Having purchased our goods for
caah, and at the largest business homes ia
America, we challenge competition, gar 8
FALL AND WINTEB '
AND ? k k
GENTS' FIM1SHING GOODS ill
E are receiving and will continue to re?
ceive through the season the best -
That eannot be surpassed, if equaled, by eDy
Oustom-made. We havo the very latest
fashions in Meltons, Diagonals, Cheviot
BeaverB.flricota, Black Dress Frock, Black
Doe Pants, French and American Dress
Vests, Glotb. Silk and Silk Velvet.
A spcndid lino of Men's, Youths' and Boys"
UNDEB-CLOTHlNO.White and Fancy Shirt?,
Cheviot and Negligee Half Ho^-e, Under-wear,
Cardigan Jacket?, Nrck Wear, Suspenders*
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Shawls, Car
: pets and Traveling Bags.
SILK HATS?FALL STYLE.
I mw We-havo marked onr Goods for net eatfK.
EINABD & WILEY.
I Pot 1_?
Af\f\ CASES CANNED GOODS,
rk^-fyJ 100 boxes CANDY,
50 boxes SOAP,
200 barrels FLO?B,
100 barrels Whiskoy,
100 dozen Axes,
200 dozen Pocket-Knives. .: .
100 dozen pairs Trace Chains,
100 dozen Door and Pad-Looks, .. i
100 bundles Ties,
mo bales Bagging.
For ealo to-day, at New York prices an 1 car?
riage, having been purchased mainly before
the late inflated prices. -
L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
2 0 0,0 0 0
In great varieties.
GRAND arrival of now and imporcdStajde
Also, fine CUTLERY and FANCY ARTI?
CLES, suitable for Ladiea and Gontlemem
A visit to this House may amque andlndacs
you to purchase.
THE BLA5K BOOK
la in full operation. State, County. Bank
and Railroad Offices and Business House* of
all kinds unpplled with Books, Ruled to any
pattern, with printed Heading, whenArre
quired, in all styles or Binding, at shorteai
notice and living prices". .
Nov 2* Main street, Oolomtla, 8.0.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
TT don't contain Cococulua Indiens) Flsk
? Berries to make sleepy or headache.