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T*n J>*a? Ex- Bmt*si?0B.^-Louwv .Nav?
polojjn f&i, the youngeat .con; of Lows
Bonaparte, K.?ig- of Holland, aud Hort
tense BeauharBais, daughter of .the Em-,
press Josephine. *.He was born in Paris,,
ApriVao, l$08?:?v.dws^^e/ef or.* newly
sixty??yo, years old at thq tjr^e of hie,
death., The ? Emperor rftapoleon. early
took a fancy, to bis.nephew, and was his
sponsor , at ^baptism. ? He . waB. educated
by his mother, who , waa completely
estranged from her husband, and,.after
the battle of Waterloo,Retired with her
to Switzerland. Wheu^ tho revolution
of 1830, broke oat, he petitioned Lords
PhilUppe. to let him return ta Franco,
bat the request . was ref used. In - the
followiDg year, ho took part in tho revo?
lutionary movement against the Pope,
and with his b/rothor was banished from
the Papal territory. . Ho retired to Eng?
land, where ho remained nntil 1832, when
the 4eath of "tho Duko of Ruobstadt
made him, tho aoccessor of Napoleon I.
He ?oon became filled with the idea of
regaining tho throne from whiob his
unch) had been driven, and left nothing
undone to . gain; the .confidence of the
French . pocp.e^-irs.obg. other things
writing the oelebrated-Idees Napoleon
iennes, wherein the. policy and plans of
his nhole, were, magnified and extolled
and commended to the adoption of
France. In October, 1336, ho won over
some of the officers of the garrison and
Eroolaimed the revolution at Strasbourg;
ut the attempt proved abortive and its
originator won captured. Moved by the
earnest entreaties of hie mother, Louis
Phillippe spared his life and banished
him. fie was sent to the United State*
and remained here and in South:America
until.1837, when ho returned to Europe
iu titne to see his mother expire. In
1840, accompanied by Oonnt Month olon
and. fifty followers, he left England and
made a desoeut on Bologne. The troops
stationed in the town remained true,
and he was a second time captured; and,
this time, sentenced to perpetual im?
prisonment in the Castle of Ham. He
remained in the fortress six years, and
there composed several;military and po?
litical works. At.tho end of that time,
ho made his es capo in tho disguise of a
workman, and returned to England.
When the revolution of 1848 broko out,
he repaired to Paris, and was ohosen a
member of the National Assembly. He
professed * ardent ? Republicanism, and
after a stormy debate, was allowed to
take his seat/ In 1850, he was ohosen
by a large majority President of the Re?
public. In -the beginning of 1851, he
broke with the National Assembly, and
in December of that year executed his
celebrated coup d'etat, which made him
Emperor. In the middle of the night of
the 2d, Paris was declared iu a state of
siege; the Assembly was dissolved, and
180 members were placed under arrest,
the leading ones sent to prison, and the
people who took their part were shot
down by soldiers. In January, 1852,
he was elected President for ten years,
and in November of that year he was
?hosen Emperor. In January, 1858, he
married the beautiful and accomplished
Spanish woman, Eugenie, Countess dc
Teba; and-in1856 a son was the fruit of
the union. Iu 1854, he proclaimed, in
con janction with * England, war against
Russia, which he oonduoted for two
years, until peace was declared, with
great, vigor.' In 1860, ho conquered a
peace, from the Austrlans, after a short
and brilliant campaign. During the
American war, he was a firm friend of
the Confederate Government, but the
refusal'of''England to co-operato with
him prevented his taking any active
meastlreS in our behalf. Ho planned
the ill-fated expeditton to Mexico in
1862, and has been mach blamed for
abandoning the unfortunate Maximilian,
and allowing him to bo executed without
attempting to render assistance. In'
May, 1870, n plebiscite, approving the
reform measures of the Government, was
pat to a popular voto and carried by an
immense majority. On the 12th of
July, 1870, War was deolared with Ger?
many. Wth the events of that memo?
rable conflict and its disastrous results
to the French arms, our readers are per
- feotly familiar. After bis capitulation
at Sedan, he was confined a short time
in Wilbelmshoe, and then restored to
liberty. In tho meantime, he had be?
come odious in 'Paris,' a republic had
been proclaimed, and be retired to Eug
land. IIo had been living with his wife
and son nbCuiselhnrst up to the lime of
his death. Ho never ceased to intrigue
for the- poHBfcssion of imperial power
again, and was snpposed to have a strong
body of adherents in Paris, who were
only awaiting a favorable opportunity
to attempt to re-instate tho exiled Em?
peror.
T H I S D AY!
!.-.; <: i '?;*"??' ? ? : ?
A raro opportunity will bo ofLrcd to
8MOKU 113 by (bo INDIAN GIRL. You who
have FIFTY CENTS to invest, look to your
interest,_Jan 11
. Law Partnership.
MO, BUTLER and D. B. DkSAU3SURE
? have this day formed a copartnership
for the practice of law in the Courts of South
Carolina and in tho Unitod States Courts.
Ouloe Law Range, Columbia, H. C.
0 - M.O. BUTLER.
. , ri". ., D. B. DeSAUSSURE.
Convuma, 8, C, January 1,1873.
Jaul _- tlmo
Oats, Bran, &c.
QAA BUSHELS FEEDING OATS.
0\J\J ?.000 Iba, Bran and Ship Stuff.
For sale by ' HOPE & GYLES.
> Non-Explosive Oil,
XU8Trecolvedandfor salo,at G.DIER0K8*.
tj Tho premium non-explosive MINERAL
SPERM OIL. Also, burners enltablo for the
use of this Oil. Wholesale and retail.
NovlS '
J'JT-*V-tUiita?;? Oa <?'i-,i< 'iWB t:
r??3 ... rcreq -f?-??~
? ?fj, 'tit -1 ?'? ..;!?< Jl 9* ISI -uii ;;?:>.?' ? ' C f*ot*?j
BT: X A. SELBY. OC
. ? Cide?.
A MOTHS Ii lot of that' flno CIDER, eo ad
3L mired by codnokeeure, juet opened.
Jan9 A.STORK.
Director's Meeting.
THE President of the Auxiliary Joint Bto ok
Company deeiros the Direotors of tbo
I Company to meet bim at my offico on
WEDNESDAY next, the 15th Januarv. at 4 P.
M. B. 0. SHIVER,
Jan 10 3_; Secretary yo tetn.
Notice to Merchants, Dealers and Pro?
fessional Men.
j J Y rcso'utloii nu?pt?u in Council, January
JD 8,1878, the City Treasurer was instructed
to rigidly enforco the ordinance concerning
\ the payment of LICENSES in this city for
.1873. This is to notify all partiee concerned
that the instructions of the Council will bo
I strictly carried out. OHAS. BARNUM,
Jan 10 3_City Treasurer
Notice.
ALL NOTES due. and open accounts for
1872 must be closed up. We trust this
I notice is all onr friends will want to make
them "com? up/'
Jan 5 LOBIOK & LOWRANOE.
Mocha and Java Coffees.
BAQS Old Government JAVA,
10 pockots Pure Mooha.
For sale low by BOPE A GYLES.
10
Choice Wines.
K (\BASKETS HEIDSICK CHAMPAGNE,
f_M ' 10 cases Sparkling Catawba,
10 oases "Vix Bara."
10 oases "Kelloy's" Island Wine.
10 oases "Red Seal," ?
8 oaek4 "Harmony Sherry,"
2 oaeks "Amoutilado Sherry,"
2 casks "Resere Madeira."
For sale bv HOPE A GYLES.
Jan 9
WITH THE VIEW
of closing out our entire
stock of Winter Goods,
we offer the following
articles at less than the
regular prices:
blankets, oas
SaIvXERES, jeans,
FLANNELS, UNDER-SHIRTS,
FURS, &c.
The stock of DRESS GOODS,
Boulevard Skirts, Knit Woolen
Goods and Millinery, at less
i than cost.
R. C. SHIVER & 00.
Jen 5
Notice to Tax-Payers.
THE Books in the City Treasurer's of?co I
are now open to recent, returns and pay?
ment of TAXES for the year 1673. By tbo
terms of ordinanco, all returns muet be mado
before the Slut of January, and payment]
must bo mado before the 15th February.
JL'?L-L CH AS. BARN UM, City Treasurer.
Sanders House.
THIS HOUSE, situated at Ninety-Six, I
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, ha.a j
been thoroughly renovated and refurnished
I The traveling public may rest asoured that
tboy will be furnished with accommodations
second to noue in the Stato, at reasonable
rates. SANDERS & URO.,
Jan 8 Proprietors.
Fair Notice.
ALL indebted to the undersigned and |
their prodeocsdors, bynoto, account or
.otherwise, will please eottlo up before the
1st day of February next, or our claims will
be placed in the hands of an Attornoy fur
collection. HOPE A GYLIiS.
_Jau 7 _
To Rent,
A STORE, on Main street. Applv to I
SKIS ELS A EZELL,
"_Jan 7 ? Roal Ewtato Agents.
A New Law Firm.
ELLIOTT A TRADEWELL, No. 0 Law
Rango. H. B. ELLIOTT,
Jan 8_JAMES D. TRADEWELL.
HiMCEL w. melton, T). b. CI1A1! KK1I lain,
Atlornoy-Genoral. Ex-Attoruey-Goneral.
MELTON & CHAMBERLAIN,
Attorneys and Counsellors ?* Law,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
WILL pract ice, in all tho Courts of this
State, and in the Uuited States Courts j
for tho District of South Carolina.
Offices at Columbia, 8. O., in the State
House, and in tho Carolina National Rank
building, up stairs. Jan 1 8qio
Coal! Coal!! Coal!!!
OQ^7 TONS of that famous poetical An
i thraoito GOAL la uow offered for sale.
Eng huh ton givon, 2,240 pounds. Terms easy.
Applv to R. A. KEENAN,
Dec 21 lmo* Coal and Wood Dealer.
Take Notice.
A LL persons indebted to J. H. KOHLER I
jflL will ploaso call and sotUo by tho 10th of
January, or accounts will bo placed in tho
hands of a Magistrate._Dec 31 12
Wanted to Rent,
BY a email family, a OOTTAQE, r 5n
taining three or four good rooms, pay?
ment in advanco. if required. Not par?
ticular in regard to the price. Inquire at this
offlco. Jan 4
Cheap Pictures.
AS there la a dornend for cheap pictnros,
we'll a vo made arrangements to'mako
any kind of PICTURE, and as ohoap as any*
wheroin the world. Four Tintypes for $1;
sixteen Photographs, "cheap," ?2; onr flno
Pictures at iho old prices. Como one, oomo
all, and sbe for yourself.
* i WEARN A HIX'S
. Dee 10 3mo Now Art Gallery, Main street.
"Let our just Censure*
>LUMBIA, g4 SUNDAY M(
SELLING OVT
BELOW COST!
TO CLOSE BUSINESS!
NO HUMBUG!
WE will boU our whole and ontiro stock of
CUSTOM-MADE CLOTITING, HATS,
CAPS and GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS
below coat, to oloflo basinoBB. All persona in
need of anything in our lino should by all
moans embrace this opportunity.
8. ?TRAUS & BRO.,
Jan 0_Under Columbia Hotel.
DEXTER STABLES,
COLUMBIA, S. 0., Dkoebibkb 27,1872.
ON and after Janu?
ary 1,1873.1 shall ex?
pect all persons hiring
toams at Doxtcr Stables to PAY for aamo aa
soon an used: and if strangers wish to hire
teame, they must PAY IN ADVANCE.
All persona indebted to Boyco <fc Co. must
mako payment immediately, or their accounts
will bo put into hands of inagiatrato for col?
lection. C. H. PETTINGILL,
Dec 28_For Boyoe & Co.
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL.
C. P. JACKSON
W
ILL begin the new year by eelling hid !
goods at'
Li a
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
FURS, extra low in price.
FANCY GOODS, cheap.
BEST DRESS GOODS, at the price, in the
city. C. F. JACKSON.
Jan 1_
J. H. KIN ARD
XHIRITS this week a large stock of eub-1
stantlal
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
AND
NEW TEAR GIFTS.
$25,000 worth of handsomo
DRESS GOODS
To be Bold at greatly reduced pricoH. These
Roods aro entirely new, aud having been
bought below thu cost o! importation, aro!
very cheap. Wo offer them at a slight ad?
vance on cost price. This stock consists of
rich LyonB 8ILK8, handsome Japanese Silhs,
splendid Irish Poplins, hcantiful French Pop?
lins, Caehmoro do Lyons, rich Satteeun, Ac,
&c, in all the popular shades and colors.
He also off i s, at tho eamo advantageous
rates, a full line of tho unrqmllcd "Gun"
Brand Black Alpacas, of superior lnBtre, at
30. 35, 40, 45, 50, (10, 75c. anil $1 per yard. |
In addition to tho above, he will n'ell a large
lot of ucwly manufactured FURS, in seta,
much below tho regnlar prices. Capo and
Muff from 33 50 to $30. Particular attention
is called to an invoioe of Real Point and other
Real Laco Collars, Sloevea and Hanoi, oruhiefs,
at half tho prico of importation. lheao
goods have been bought expressly for the
holidays, and they will bo appreciated by the
ladios, and found bargains.
MRS. ANNA McCORMICK
Ha? In her MILLINERY DEPARTMENT a
great variety of fanny articles suitable for pre
sentH, to an examination of which nho most
cordially iuvilus her iritudn and Iho public
generally. J. II. KINARD,
Doc in
PO MARI A NUaSEKIEB.
Established lft??.
THE proprietor has a large and thrifty
stock of Koulhcru aud a ^climated PR?LL'
TREES, from the earliest to the latest. Ap?
ples, Peaches, PcarH, Plnms. Cherries, Apri?
cots, Nectarines, Quinces, Medlars, Pome?
granates', liver-bcuring Mulberries, Fign,
English Walnuts, Spanidh Chestnuts, Fil?
berts, Grapes, in great, variety; Raspberries,
Strawberry Plank?, all tho beat; Hoses,
Dahliaa. Gladiolus. Verbenas, Violets, Ac;
Ornauicntal Flowering LShinbs, Evergreens,
for Cemeteries and Lawn, in great variety;
Osage, Orango and Maeartney Roees, for
hedges; Horao Radish and Asparagus Roots,
particularly adapted to our olimate. A de?
scriptive catnloguo t nt to all applicant?.,
Mr. John White is my Agent at Columbia.
Addreaa. * WM. SUMMER.
_Nov2*_8mot Pomaria, S. C.
Unprecedented Success
'J* IUE
SINGER.
The Singer Sewing Machine
RECEIVED
FIHv>T PREMIUMS,
IN
1872,
AT
State Ft ir, Atlanta, Qa ,
Anderson Fair, 8. C,
Darlington Pair, S. C.
Look at thair sales:
181,200 Machines sold in 1871; 52,701 inort
than any company.
The Slngor Mdnnfaotnring Company. Main
atrcot, Colombia, S. O. W. J. WAY,
Nov 13 tOm_Agent.
Building Lot for Sale.
SUITABLE for the erection of TWOor moro
Houses. Located cor nor of Lumber and
Bull streets. Measures 108 foot each way.
Terms cash. Apply at this Office
Attend the Ti
)RNING, JANUARY 12. 1873.
THE
CAPITAL PRIZE!
We open this date a
fresh lot of No. 1
BI?NEETS, of very
superior quality. Also,
a full line of BALMO?
RAL and BOULE?
VARD SKIRTS,
Brown and Bleached I
Domestic Prints, &c.
As the season is ad-1
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
prize.
PORTER & STEELE.
R. k W. C.
4 RE daily receiving additione to their clo
/V gant stuck of
CLOTHING, HATS
AND
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
An entirely new line of
MEN'S,BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
HATS,
Just received.
Ik
In our Onutom Department wo arc exhibit?
ing the choicest patterns of foreign and do?
mestic
OASSIMERES AND VESTING?.
Qive tie a call.
R. & W. 0. SWArFIELD.
Dee 10
Jost Received.
A f\f\ CASES CANNED GOODS,
4fcv/W 100 boxes CANDY,
60 boxes SOAR,
200 barrels FLOUR,
100 barrels Whiskey,
1?? dozen Axoh,
200 dozen Poekct Knives.
1(H) doy.cn pairs Truoo Chuhm,
100 dozuii Dor.:- aud Pad-Locks,
100 bundles Tics,
100 bitiua Ragging.
Pot" oale to-day, ai N w Yoi k prices an 1 car?
riage, having been purcbasud mainly bet?re
tho bite (nflittod prices.
JhiiO L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
Onts and Corn.
1AAA BUSHELS FEEDING OA'IS.
?IIV/V/ 700 bileUOl* White Corn, for
aal? low for cash. !lop*? ? ?J?LE8!:
Apples! Apples!
-1 f\ DARRELS NORTHERN AITLF8,
JA) 2 Barrels CRANBERRIES, lust re?
ceived aud for snlc by HOPE A GYLES.
Buffalo Tongues,
NEW rfugar-onred HAMS,
Breakfast Strips,
Jmokcrt Beef, for i?ale tow. HOPE A GYLES.
Buckwheat Flour.
NEW SELF RAISING BUCKWHEAT
FLOUR, at G. DIEROKS',
Nov I I
Oysters.
MY OYSTER SALOON is open
for tho season. My friends aro in
_ vilod to givo mo a call. Oystors
scrvetTTn all styk-j. G. DIERCKS.
Oct 18
Carriages.
A LARGE STOCK of TOP and
_?OrEN BUOOIE8. ROOKAWAYS,
CARRIOLETT8, PHA3TONB, and a lato stylo
of Engli'h Dt g Cart, for ealo at very reason?
able pricoH, at tho Repository, oorner Lady
and Assembly stretds.
Nov 17. , W. K. GREENFIELD.
Mince Meat.
JUST received, a lot of ohnlee MINCE
MEAT. GEO. 8YMMERS.
rne Event."
VOL. VIII?NO. 252
How is the Time.
QA AAA LT)8. BACON, al the lowest I
*w\'?V/\/U prioea over offered iu .this
country. Will mako contracts to deliver al
I any time daring the oomng season,at preaent
prices.
We pay no rent, pay no interoat, do most ot I
I our work ourpolvea, do moro buaineaa with
the same expense than any hoaao in the
Btato, and can and wf.7 offer inducements in
prioea._L?RICK A LOWRANOE.
2,500 Acres of Land, at $2 Per Acre.
A Valuable Plantation Offered at a Sacrifice,
AFINE PLANTATION, containing a
haudanmo rosiuuncu &uu 2,500 acree ol
laud, situated on tho Watereo River, about
twenty-oight miles from Columbia, and within
a few miles of the Wilmington, Columbia and
Augusta Railroad, ia now offered for aale at
flvo thousand dollars ($5.000.) Beforo tho
war tho place was valued at fifty thousand
dollars. Hoi I fertile, adapted to tho raiting
of corn, cotton, rioo, Ac, and abounding iu
, timber in every variety. Besides the Uwelling
houso, it contains outbuildings of various
kinds. Lies partly in Bichl and and partly in
Bumter County. Apply to
RIVERS WRIGHT,
University South Carolina.
Millinery.
MRB. 0. E. REED has been
awarded the highest premiums,
for 1871 and 1872, for tbo BEST
MILLINERY, consisting of
Ladies' and Children's BON?
NETS, HATS and CAP8.Ladioa'
Under ware, Hair, and Fanoy
Articles of overy description,
which will bo sold at reduced
prices. Tho public in general
are invited to call and bco fcr themselves be?
fore ?pur^hasfne' elsewhere. 1 Dec 7
Columbia Female College.
THIS well-known institution
will bo ro-opened on tho first day
?of January. 1873. with a full corps
tof experienced teachers.
UATKS ?PAYABLE in advance.
Tuition and Board, per Bes.
elon of fix months.1... ..$150 00 1
Tuition for Scholars in First and Se?
cond Clasaos. 24 081
In higher Classes. 3G 00
Music, with uao of instrument.: 33 00 |
Extra studies is per oircular.
JOHN W. KELLY,
Deo 12 lmo _ President Board Trustees.
FOR_SALE.
A RARE CHANGE
poa a
KOMI 1P1STMBRT.
B
EING desirous of changing my business,
I offer for ealo the entire stook of the
Exchange House,
c?n?isti?o or
BRANDIES. WINE8,
WUI3KIES. GINS,
HUM, ALE, CIOAIIS, etc.,
And all tbo fixtures necessary to cairyon a
FIltST CLASS BAR and RESTAURANT.
The bouse is conveniently located, and ar?
ranged for private or transient Boarders, and
now eujovB a fair patronage. It containa
ten FUHNISHED ROOMS, besides two DIN?
ING ROOMS, front and back, BAB ROOM
and KITCHEN. Attached to tho establish
mentis a lino Cock-Pit, Stables for Horses,
etc. For further particulars, apply to or
address P. HAMILTON JOYNER,
Deo 14_ Columbia, B. C.
FOR SALE
at the
CAROLINA NATIONAL BASK
seven veb cent.
COUPON BONDS
CITY OF COLUMBIA,
Seeured by a Sinking Fund., Coupons secured
l,u an Annual Tos. and Receivable for City
Tcxee. Bonds non-taxable by the Citu.
Bond Jiehtof the CUjt L milt a by Laic to
JC.00,000. Ta-sa'le Frorerty of the City
$7,000.000.
THE BONDS offered are auihortzfd by an
Act i f Assembly approved March 13,
1872, for tho construction of tbo new City
Hall. Their tiual redemption is. by the terms
of said Act, secured by a "sinking fund," to
be accumulated (roiu the nnnnal rents of tho
building. Thcso rents will reach from $8 000
to $10.().i0 per niuium; and the Carolina Na?
tional Bank holds a lien of the building fur a
(orm "f twenty years, as trustee, with power
to collect- the rents and bold the sumo invent
od us a fund for (he rodeinption of tho bonds.
By said Act a npocial annual tax is required
to he levied to pay the siiui annual coupons,
and the Carolina National Bank is made the
triihtor of tho ci(y to receive the tnxee when
collected end to pay the coupons. The cou?
pons aro also rout ivablo for city taxes.
Tho taxable property of tbo city is at pro
sent asRCHsed at $7,000,0*0; and by said Act
tbo bond debt of the oity cannot bo increased
beynud IGOO.COO whilst 'these bonds are out?
fit and ing. Tbo bond* aro exempt by law from
city taxation.
Thrsc bonds are offcrc.l to tho public at
eighty nett, with interest from dato of pur?
chase to January 1, 1873, allowed in sett le?
nient. After that dato, tbo accrued interest
to bo added.
To citizens of Columbia these bonds will
glvo an income of 12} per cent., a* may bo
seen from the following statement:
Soven per cent, bonds, at 75,
annual interest.01 percent
Nineteen yearB to run, averago
increase per annnm.lj percent.
City tax saved.....2 porcont.
Average annual iuoomo.12J
Dec 11 _
New Mackerel.
p? f\ KITS Mos? and No. 1 MACKEREL.
0\' 50 Half and Whole Barrels, Is, 2a and
Is.
50 Boxes Scalod Herrings.
500 George's Codfifh.
For sale low by _ HOPE A GYLES.
Lawyers, Take Notice
THE second volume, now aeries, of RI?
CHARDSON'S LAW REPORTS is now
ready, and for Bale by R. L. BRYAN.
New Orleans Syrup.
1 f \ BARRELS New Crop NEW ORLEANS
, LVJ SYltUP, of very superior quality, for
I aale by HOPE A GYLES.
OB" COLUMBIA, 8. C.
?"? ."'I 1 tfi j- - i ? f^i'? I
Aulhorized Capital, ? ffi?O?.OCO.
' .1 ? ? .x I :::??>::.> rAjacwJ iMo-jgJSi ~...f
THI3 BANKia now open for. tho transao
tion of a GENERAL BANKING. EX-'
CHANGE and SAVINGS DEP08ITJ'BTJ8r
NE88. y ' -.<.-.
DEPOSITS OF ONE DOLLAR AND UP- ?
WARDS "will be roceivod, and interest al- ' '
lowed at the rate of Seven Per Cent, per an- ?
num on Certificates of Deposits, and Six Per
Cent, on Accoante; also, General Deposits re- e
oeived, subject to Oheoks at any time. .
OOLLEO1TONS attended to at all accessible
points, and remittances made promptly.1
The Bank is located next door to the Caro?
lina National Bank, and will for the present
have the nae of the very superior Vault of
that Bank. Tbl? gives depoaRore an aodi-;
tional guaranty for the eafc-keopiog of tbolr
funds.. , -
This Bank is also made capable, by its
charter, of aoting as Executor, Administra-'
tor, Guardian, Trustee, Ao., by appointment
of any person or court of competent authori?
ty, and is now ready to. accept and execute
trnnta of this character.. All funds of this
kind will draw Soven Per Cent. Interest from.
the tlmo of deposit until paid ont . '
J. P. SOUTHERN. Preeldent.
G. M. WALKER. Cashier.
DmaoraBS - B. O. Shiver, 8. L.Leaphart, J. '
H. Kinard, W. B. Gulick, Geo. Symmera, A.
Cooper. _Deo 29 3mo
Fresh Family Groceries.
PICKLED New York BEEF ROUNDS.
Pickled?8almon Bellies, "
North Carolina Mullet, Ao.
Smoked?New York Pig Hame and Strips,
Nova Scotia Salmon,
Beef Tongues, Ao. .
Canned?Succotash, Lima Beans,
Peas, Salmon, Mackerel,
LobBters, Pears. Peaobes,
Green-gages, Mushrooms,
Trufflos, Asparagus.
Preserved?Canton Ginger, Pears,
Citron, Pine-apples,
Btrawborriee, Qnincos,
Blackberrice,
Raspberries, &o.
Jellies?Guava and general assortment.
Teas ?Gunpowder, Imperial, Japan,
Souchong, and English Breakfas
selected by an oxpert, and finest
any market.
Cofpees?Mocha, Laguayra, Rio,
O. G. Java, Raw and Boasted.
also,
Tho Downor Mineral. Sfxrh Oil, absolute?
ly safe ae a candle, brilliant ae gas, and
cheap as keroeene: nave all the necessary
Burners, Wicke, Chimuoys, to fix old lamps. ?
Nov20_ GEO. 8YMMBBB.
S U LZ B?O HEB'S ' r
NEW OPENING!
THE MOST MAGNIFICENT STOCK OS
JEWELRY SOUTH OF TBET
POTOMAC'
HATING moved from myoid
{stand to Wearn's new Art Bnlld- ?
ting, and opened ? the largest -
iid finest stock of WATCHES,
^m^m-BLOCKS, JEWELRY. DIA
lottDb, Solid and Plated Ware, Cutlery, and
fancy articles generally, ever displayed in'
this city, I ask my many custom are and
friends and the public to call and examine for. _
themselves.
I have the latest fashions in JEWELRY and -
PLATED WARE, of the most artletio and
beautiful styles. All my goods are from fir at
olass manufacturers only.. .Terms, net cash. .
Repairing and Engraving a specialty, AH .*
work guaranteed.
Oct 11 HA AC SULZB AOBER. .-, t.. ?
FALL AND WINTER
CLOTHING
HATS, CAPS
and
GESTS' FI'R\1SIIING GOODS 111
E aro receiving and will continue to re?
ceive through the eeaBon the best
w
Ready-made Clothing
i That cannot bo eurpaeecd, if equaled, by any
Custom-made. We have tho very latest
fashions in Meltons, Diagonals, Cheviot
Beavers, Tricots, Black Dress Frock, Black
Doe Pants, French and American Dress
Yeats, Clot i). Silk and Silk Velvet.
A spendid line of Men's, Youths' and Boys*
TJNDER-CLOTHlNG.White and Fancy Shirts,
[ Cheviot and Negligee Half H?re, Under-wear,
Cardigan Jackets, Neck Wear, Suspenders,
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Shawls, Car-,
pets and Traveling Bags.
SILK HATS?FALL S1YLE.
tGTWe have marked our Goode for net cash.
KINARD & WXX.B'7.
Oct 1
2 O 0,000
.. In great v&rktie?.
ENVELOPES!
GRAND arrival of now and improvodStaple
and Fancy
STATIONERY!
Also, fine CUTLEBY and FANCY ARTI
OLES. unit able for Ladies and Gentlemen.
A visit to this Honao may amuse and induce
you to purchase.
THE BLANK BOOK 1IAWT0BY
BOOK BINDER'S"
Is In full operation, rflate. Connly. Bank
and Railroad 0Dices and Business Houses of
al) kinds supplied with Books, Ruled to any
pattern, with printed Heeding, when re?
quired, in all styles of Blniing, at shortest
notice ahd living price*.
E. II. STOKES,
Nov 21 Main atrwt, Cnlnmbia, 8 .0.
New Publications.
NEW JUVENILE BOOKS. London edi
tl-.lp, iltu.'trat. d.
New st andard works fur libraries.
New Novels, in oheap binding.
Al*n, a fresh stock of WRITING DESKS,
Portfolios, Gold Pons, Pen-Knivee, Pocket
Books, Photograph Albums of aUcises.F&ney
Braokots and Book Shelves, and a general
I varloty of Letter, Note and Cap Papers, En?
velopes and Fanoy Stationery, for sale by
Nov 5 R. L. BRYAN.

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