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bake to the Massachusetts Legi si at a rr,
which we find in the Portland (Maiue)
Argue: "There ia one very am all virtue
in the merciless Massachusetts, bounds.
They uro 60 bigoted and intolerant that,
oonooivlng one of their own number to
be wrong, they turn upon 'him and aeek
to deetroy b i m.. So now the w hoi a pack
turn apon Charles Bumner beoauso be
can see beyond there. The same spirit
sent Roger Williams away into tho wil?
derness, and strung up poor old women
us witches. That eon time at of in tole?
rance.and meanness has. always charac?
terized Massachusetts, and made many
men1 almost regret their New England
nativity, despite its proud record for
sturdy pluck, indomitable, purpose and
bigb intelligence. But time- makes all
things even, and it will require but very
little of it for all to recognise tbe purity
of purpose and noble generosity of Mr.
Bumner as a representative of manly
Northern sentiment."
? - ,.H
A Curious 'Lawsuit.?A carious case
is now being tried An Lexington, Ky.,
which creates considerable interest in
that aeotion. It appears that a famous
Southern bank note expert, a Mr. Gil?
lette, has raised a question with the
Southern-Bank of Kentucky concerning |
the genuineness of one of its notes.
Gillette pronounced the note genuine,
and: submitted it to the officers of the j
i bank;for their, opinion. I They stamped j
. the note counterfeit, Gillette then goes
* to work to prove the note genuine by
consultation with the Bank Note Compa?
ny that printed the note, and has gather?
ed what bo oonolades is so certain proof
of the genuineness of the bill that ho
threatens the bank with a suit for pro?
nouncing the note counterfeit. It is 1
probable that the matter will be arranged'
and no suit instituted. The denomina?
tion of the note is one dollar, but Gil?
lette's reputation is at stake, and he
seems determiiTed to vindicate his accu?
racy. ?
The Tkenton Bank Bobbery.?Wheu
the Trenton (N. J.) Bank was robbed, a
year sinoe, among the spoils was a box
containing about $11,000 worth of bondu,
which had been left as a speoial deposit
by Mrs. Higginson. A short timo sinca
it wau ascertained that such a lot of
bonds had been purchased by Drexel &
Go. It i? furtheretated that tbe seller
was an American, and that he disposed
of the bonds at a low rale.
The consumption of smoke in tbe fur?
nace of locomotive engines iB an impor?
tant-consideration upon the London
Underground Railway. More than 200
trains pass over the ^principal route
daily, and yet there iB no complaint of
smoke iu tho tunnel.
Tho reason tliai Forrest did not retire]
. irom the stage wns becauae he believed
< man lived longer in active life?"just
> like.a ship," said he, "she'll last twice
I as long on tho ocean as, she will in tbo
docks."
I Miss Sam,aer Douglass is the well
I sounding name of a oolored Nashville
belle: That she is a girl of spirit,
yonng aolored man whom she lately oow-!
hided through the streets eau testify.
How we products of the frugifcrous
branoh do meanderingly glide upon tbe
I placid fluid?that is to say, how we "nap?
pies do swim."?Bill Arji.
Special ?Totioos.
It Acts Like a Cbabm.?This is what we !
hear oh all sides, of Dr. Tott's .Expectorant.
In oases of Group, Bronchitis, Asthma and all
diseases, it affords instant relief. It perme?
ates the very substance of the lungs and
causes them to throw off all acrid matter. It!
ia very pleasant to the taste, children take j
i? readily.
New York, August 81, 18G9.
Da. Wn. H.Tutx?Hia; When In Aiken, last
winter, I used your Expeetoraut for my
conga, and found more benefit from it than
any I have used. . I took half a dosen bottles
home with me and have had to give some of it
to my friends. Please send me one dozen by
Express, C. O. D. ALFttED CUSUINO,
' 23 West Slat street.
Dr. TuU's flair Dye Impart* a Natural Color.
J14 ISffl
:'ERRIN?
iSauce I
Bayers aro cautioned to avoid the numerous |
L Counterfeits and imitations offered for eale.
5 JOHN duncan's HON8, New York,
I Oct 29 ily Agents for the United States.
To Arrive, on Tuesday, January 14,
60 HEAD of fine KENTUCKY
iWk . MULES, which will be sold at reason
VW| able prices, by
OalaCk* W. S. A J. M. TALBOTT.
Jan 11_
Water Notice.
ALL persons uaiug city water are hureby I
notified that from and after this date the
ordinance in relation to the using of watt
will be striotly and rigidly enforced. AU per- |
Bons leaving their hydrants or water spouts
running will be fined as provided by ordinance.
? By order of the Mayor. CHAS. BAltNUM,
f Deo 31 City Clerk.
Notice to TV*-Payers.
THE Books in tbo City Treasurer's ofticc
are now open to receive returns and pay?
ment of TAXES lor the year 1873. By tbo
|l terms of ordinance, all returns must bo made
before the Slat of January, and paymen'
muat be made before the 15th Fobruary.
Jan 9 OHAS. DARN UM. City Treasurer:
Fair Notice.
LL indebted to the undersigned and
their prodec&aaors, by note, account or
. otherwise, will plcaao aottle up before- tbo
1,1st day of February next, or our oiaims will
Wbc placed in tho bands of an Attornev for
collection. HOPE it OYLES.
To Bent,
I .'st A STORE, on Main atreot. Apply to I
JM SEIDELS & F.ZELL,
Jan,7_Real Estate Agents. _
Annual Meeting of Stockholders.
rTlHE regular annual moetlng of the 8tock
j. holder* of tbe CAROLINA NATIONAL
HANK will bo held at its Ranking House, in |
Columbia, S. O, on tbo second TUESDAY of1
January uoxt. boiDg the 14th of that month,
at 12 o'clock M. W. P. QU LICK, Caahior.
A New Law Firm.
ELLIOTT A. THADEWELL, No. 0 Law
Rango R. S. ELLIOTT.
Jan 3 JAMES D. TRADEWELL.
CAUTION !?f,?8
A'
BY J. A. SELBY.
co:
SIMMONS'
Tuia unrivalled Medicine is warranted not
to aontain a single particle ot Mkucuuy, or
any injariotiH mineral substanco, but is
PUUEbl VEGBTAUIiEi
For FORTY. YE AILS, it bas proved its groat |
value in all diseases of tbo Livkh. Bowels
and Kidheys? Thousands of tbo good and
great in all parts of the country vouch for its
wonderful and peculiar power iu purifying the
Blood, stimulating the torpid Lived and
Bowels, and imparting now lifo and vigor to
the whole system. SIMMONS' L1YEB BIGU
LATOB is acknowledged to have no equal ass
UVBR riFBIOISK,
It contains four medical elements, never
united in the same happy proportion in any
other preparation, viz. A gentle Gatbartio, a
wonderful Tonio, an unexceptionable Altera?
tive, and a certain Gorrcctivo of all impurities
of tue body. Such signal success has attend?
ed its uBe, that it is now regarded an tbo
? OKR AT TJNiPAIliINO SPECIFIC
for LivehOosiplaint and tbo painful offspring
thereof, to wit: DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPA?
TION. Jaundice, Bilious attacks, SICK HEAD?
ACHE, Colic, DcpreBeion of Hpirite, SOUR
STOMACH, Heart-burn, Ac, Ac.
Begulate the Liver and prevent
CHILLS AND FEVER.
SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR
Is manufactured only by
J. H. ZEILIN A CO.,
Macon, Oa., and Philadelphia.
Price f 1.00 per package; sont by mail, post?
age paid, $1.25. Prepared ready lor uso in
bottles. $1.50.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
tar Beware of all Counterfeits and Imita
ions.-SU_Sept 1* jTT
SELLING OFF!
WISTES STOCK!
TUB GREAT CLEARANCE SALES
WINTER GOODS!
COMMENCES MONDAY, January 18, 1873,
and continues f >r thirty days.
All WINTER GOODS will be sold without
regard to coat, FOB CASH ONLY.
Jan 12 lmo _J. H. KIN ARD.
HUBS Illicit
GRAND CENTRAL
Dry Goods Establishment
of
W. B. LOVE & CO.
PREPARATORY to talcing our yearly in?
ventory, we have reduced tbo prices of
our winter stock, with a viow to close them
out, to make room for an extensive aud at?
tractive line ot SPRING GOODS.
Our Bargain Counters contain a great
many CHEAP GOODS.
Wo invite all to call aud got snmo of the
bargains, at the GRAND CENTRAL DRY
GOODS ESTABLISHMENT, comer Main aud
Plain Btreets, under tho Wheeler House.
W. D. Lovk, I W. D. LOVE A CO.
B. B. MoOnKKBY. \_ Jan U
Cheat) Pictures.
AS there is a demand for cheap pictures,
we have made arrangements to make
any kind of PICTURE, and as oiieap as any?
where in the world. Four Tintypes for $1;
sixteen Photographs, "cheap," $2; our lino
Pictures at the old prices. Como ono, como
all, and see for yourself.
WEAHN A IIIX'S
Dec 10 3mo New Art Gallery, Main streut.
King's Mountain Military School,
YOHKV1LMC, 8. C.
THE first session of the school
year, 1873. will bogin FEBRUARY
|1, and end JUNE 80. Terms: For
{School Kxponses, i. e . Board,
?Tuition, Fuel, Lights, Washing,
Stationery, Ac, $185 per acasion,
payable in advanoo.
For Circulars, address
Dec 21 J18 Col. A. OOWARD, Principal.
"Let our fait Censures
L?MBIA, S. C TUESDAY M(
Cu r.
ANOTHER lot of ,tl * flno CIDER, bo ad
mired by coonolei ore, Juat opened.
Jan 0 A. STORK.
Director's Meeting.
THE President or tbo Auxiliary Joint Stock
Company desires the Directors of the
Company to meet him at my office on
WEDNESDAY next, tho lGHi January,.at 4 P.
M. R. 0. SHIVER,
Jan 10 3 Becretary pro (em.
Notice to Merchants, Dealers and Pro?
fessional Men.
BY resolution adopted in Council, January
8,1873, the City Treasurer was instructed
to rigidly enforce the ordinance concerning
the payment of LICENSES in this city fur
1873. This is t > notify all parties concerned
that tho inetiuctions of the Council will he
strictly carried out. CHA8. BARNUM,
Jan 10 3_City Treasurer. _
Notice.
ALL NOTES due and open accounts for
1872 must be closed up. We traut this
notice is all onr friouds will want to make
them "come up."
Jan 5 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
50
Choice Wines.
BASKETS HEIDSICK CHAMPAGNE,
10 oases Sparkling Catawba,
10 cases "Vix Bara."
10 caBos "Kolley'b" Island Wine.
lOcase? "Rod Seal,"
8 cask a "Harmony Sborry,"
2 oasks "Amontilado Sherry,"
2 caBks"Resere Madeira."
For salo by HOPE A GYLES.
Jan 0_
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
SIMERES, JEANS,
FLANNELS, UNDER-SHIRTS,
FURS, &c.
The stock of DiiESS GOODS,
Boulevard Skirts, Knit Woolen
Goods and Millinery, at less
than cost.
R. C. SHIVER & CO.
.Tnn 5
.ILLIM OUT
BELOW COST!
TO CLOSE BUSINESS!
NO HUMBUG!
E
WE will boII our whole and en tire alovk of |
CUSTOM-MADE CLOTHING, HATS.
CAPS and GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS
below coat, to close business. All parsons iu
need of anything in our lino should by all
means embrace this opportunity.
S. STRAUS A BBO.,
Jan 9 Under Oolumbia Hotel.
j. H. KINAKD
XHIBITS this week a large stock of sub?
stantial
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
AND
NEW TEAR GIFTS.
$25,000 worth of handsome
DRESS GOODS
To be sold at greatly reduced prices. These
goods are entirely new, und having been
bought below the cost nj importation, are
very cheap. Wo offer them at n Blight ad
v&nco on cost price. This stock consists of
rich Lyons SILKS, handsome Japanese Sills,
splendid Irish Poplins, beautiful French Pop?
lins, Cashmere do Lyons, rich Sattuens, Ac,
Ac, in all tho popular shaded and colors.
Ho also off rs, at the aatno advantageous
rates, a lull line of the uueqiulled "Gnu"
Itrand Slack Alpacuo, of superior lustre, at
80 35 40, 45, 50; ?0, 75c. aud $1 per >ard.
In addition to tho above, he will tell a large
lot of newly manufactured rUl'.S, in sett",
much below the regular prioeH. Cape aud
Mnff from (3 50 to $30 Particular attention
is called to an invoice of Kcal Point aud othi r
Beat Laco Collars, Sleeves and llandkcrchit fs,
at half tho prico of importation. lhese
(roods have been bought expressly for the
holidays, and thoy will bu appreciated by the
ladies, and found bargains.
MRS. ANNA McCORMICK
Has in lier MILLINERY DEPARTMENT a
groat variety of fancy articles suitable for pre?
sents, to an examina!i)n of which she moat
cordially invites her friends and the public
generally. J. 11. KINAKD.
Doc 15
Sanders House.
1111 IS HOUSE, situated at Ninoty-Six,
? Greenvillo and Columbia Railroad, has
bcou thoroughly ronovated and refurnished
The traveling public may rest assured that
tboy will bo furnished with accommodations
aooond to nono iu tho Stato, at reasonable
i rales. SANDERS A URO.,
Jan 8 JPrjopj'ifttorair
Mince Meat.
JUST reoeirod, t lot of choice MINCE
MEAT. QKO. SYMMERS.
Attend the Ti
)RNING, JANUARY 14. 1873.
THIS DAY!
A rare opportunity will be offered to
8M0KEBS by tbe INDIAN QIKL. Yon who
have Fir 7 Y GENTS to inveat.look to jour
interest. Jan 11
CARRIAGES
AND
BUGGIES!
CALL at the Factory East of the
Post Office and cxamino quality,
workmanship and prices beforo per
chasing auction goods. Wo cannot
bo undersold in good vehicles.
M. J. OALNAN, Agent.
JOHN AGNEW, Proprietor.
Jan ll__
A CHnNCB TO BR?W
CAPITAL PRIZE!
We open this date a
fresh lot of Mo. 1
BLANKETS, of very
superior quality. .Also,
a full line of BALMO?
RAL and BOULE?
VARD SKIRTS,
Brown and Bleached
Domestic Prints, &c.
As the season is ad?
vancing, we offer these,
together with other
goods in tlie DR7
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. & W. C. SW?FFIBLD
a RE daily receiving additions to their ele
/jL ga:it stock of
CLOTHING, HATS
GENTS' FIRMSI1IXG GOODS.
An entirely new iinc oi
MEN'S,BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
HATS,
Just ri .\ivfcd.
1
In our Custom Department we ere exhibit?
ing the choicest j atierns ot U reign and do?
mestic
CAOTERES \ X1) VESTING?.
Oivo us a call.
R. & W. C. SWA!FIELD.
Dec 1?
Coal! Coal!! Coal!!!
9*^7 TONS of that famous poetical An
^Ol thracito COAL is nowoflored for aalo.
Eugltch ton given, 2,2J0 uouuds. Tcrmseasy.
Applv to It. A. KEEN AN,
Dec 24 lmo*_Coal ami Wood Dealer.
Take Notice.
ALL iiuruous iudcblcd to J. II. KOIILEB
will please call and settle by the Khh of
January, or accounts will be placed in the
hands of a Magistrate Doc 81 12
HAMUKti W. MELTON, D. II. tilAMDHIILAIN,
Atloruey-Qenoral. Ex-Attorn oy-Ooneral.
MELTON & CHAMBERLAIN.
Attorneys and Connnrlloi-s at h?w,
COLUMBIA, S. O.
WILL praotice in alt the Courts of this
state, and in the United Htat?* Courts
for the District of South Carolina.
Offices at Columbia, S. C, in tue State
Hou'o, and in the Carolina National Bank
bnilding, up stairs. Jan 1 3mo
ae Event."
] VOL. VIII?NO. 253
Now is the Time.
Z)f\ {\{\f\ LB8. BACON, si the lowost
t&\Im\f\J\J prices ever offered la this
country. Will mtko contraots to deliver at
any time daring the oomug season, at present
prices.
We pay no rent, pay no interest, do most of
oar work oarcelves, do more basiness with
the same expense, than any house in the
State, and can and will offer inducements in
prices._L?RICK A LOWHANOE. ;
2,500 Acres of Land, at $2 Per Aere.
A Valuable Plantation Offered at a Sacrifice.
AFINE PLANTATION, containing .a
handsome residenco and 2,500 acres of
laud, situated on the Watereo River, about
twenty-eight miles from Columbia, and within
a few miles of the Wilmington, Columbia and
AugUBta Railroad, is uow offered for sale at
five thousand dollars ($5,000.) Bofore the
war the place was valued at fifty thousand
dollars. Boil fertile, adapted to the raising
of corn, cotton, rice, Ac, and abounding in
timber in every variety. Besides ihe dwelling
house, it contains out-buildings of various
kinds. Lies partly in Bichland and partly in
Sumter County. Apply to
E1VEBS WBIGHT,
Dec -l University South Carolina.
Millinery.
MRS. O. E REED has been
awarded the highest premiums,
, for 1871 and 1872, for the BEST
; MILLINERY, consisting of
Ladies' and Children's BON?
NETS, HATS and CAPS, Ladies'
Underware, Hair, and Fancy
Articles of ovory description,
which will be sold at reduced
prices. The public in general
are invited to call and see fcr themselves be?
fore pnrahasmaolsewhere. Dec 7
FOJ^SALE.
A RARE CHANCE
fok a
GOOD MESTM1JT.
B
N
EINO dceiroua of changing my business,
I offer for salo tlio entire stock of the
Exchange House,
consisting, or
BRANDIES. WINES,
WHISKIES. GINS,
RUM, ALE, CIOABS, etc.,
And all Iho fixtures necessary to carry on a
FIRST CLASS BAB and RESTAURANT.
The house is conveniently located, and ar?
ranged for private or transient Boarders, and
now eejovH a fair patronage. It contains
ten FURNISHED BOOMS, besides two DIN?
ING ROOMS, front and bnck, BAR ROOM
and KITOUEN. Attached to the establish?
ment is a Quo Cock-Pit. Stables for Horses,
etc. For further particnlarB, apply to or
address P. HAMILTON JOYNER,
Dec 11_Columbia, 8. C.
DEXTER STABLES,
_COLUm BIA, S. C, Deckubkb 27. 1872.
ON and after Janu
" ary 1,1873,1 ehalt ox
w pect all pordons hiring
toams at Dexter Stables to PAY for same as
soon as used; and if strangers wish to hiro
teams, thoy must PAY IN ADYANOE.
All persons indebted to Boyce A Co. must
make payment Immediately, or their accounts
will be put into hands of magistrate for col?
lection. C. U. PETTINGILL,
Deo 28_For Botoe A Co.
Oats and Corn.
1f\f\f\ BUSHELS FEEDING OA18,
?VJUVJ 700 bushel? White Corn, for
sale low for cash._HOPE A GYLES.
Apples! Apples!
-1 C\ BARRELS NORTHERN APPLES,
Wj 2 Barrels CRANBERRIES, jnst re?
ceived and for sale by HOPE A GYLES.
Buffalo Tongues,
VTE\V sugar-cured HAMS,
13l Breakfast Strips,
Imokod Beef, for sale low. HOPE A GYLK8.
Buckwheat Flour.
ElV SELF BAISING BUCKWHEAT
FLOUlt, at G. DIBUCKS'.
Nov 14_
Oyster 8.
MY OYSTER SALOON is open
'for tbe season. My frionds are in
_ ?Red to give mo a call. Ovutere
served in all styL-2. O. DIEBCKS.
Oct 18_
Jnst Received.
At\i\ CASES CA.NNED GOODS,
<?\)\) 100 boxes CANDY,
50 boxes SOAP.
200 barrels FLOUR.
100 barrels Whiskey,
100 dozen Axon,
200 dozen Pocket Kniven,
100 dozen pairs Trae?* Chains,
100ri:>zo!i boor and Pad-Locks,
100 bundles Ties,
100 bales Wagging.
For sale to-day, at New York prices an ' Car?
riage, having been purchased mainly bofore
tbe late inflated prices.
JanO L?RICK A LOWRANCF.
Mocha und Java Coffees.
-I /\ RAGS Old Government'JAVA,
1U 10 pockotrt Pure Mocha
For sale low bv HOPE \ OYL1
Oats, Bran, &c.
QAf\ BUSHELS FEEDING OATS
?UU 5 000 lbs. Bran and Ship Stuff.
For aale by_HOPE A GYLES.
Non-Explosive Oil,
JOST received and Tor sale, at G. DIERCKS'.
Tho premium non explosive MINERAL
SPERM OIL. Also, humors suitable for the
ueo or this Oil. Wholesale and rotail.
Nov 13 _
Lawyers, T; ko Notice.
rrUIE second volume, new series, of III
J OtIARDHON'S LAW RETORTS is now
ready, and for Balo by IL L. BRYAN.
New Orleans Syrnp.
?t BARRELS New Crop NEW ORLEANS
3l\J SYRUP, of very enporior qualitv. for
ealo by _ITOPB A GYLES.
Carriages.
A LARGE STOCK of TOP and
OPEN BUOGIE8, RO0KAWAY8,
CAlihTOLETTS. PILE TONS, and a late style
of English D< g Cart, for salo at very reason?
able prices, at tho Repository, corner Lady
and Assembly streets.
Nov 17 ? W. K. GREENFIELD.
OP COLUMBIA, 8. O.
Auiborized Capital, $600,000.
Subscribed Capital, f 1 tt.COO.
mills BANK U now open for the tranaao
i. tion' of a GENERAL BANKING, EX?
CHANGE and SAYINGS DEPObTT BUSI?
NESS. .?,,? ,r
DEl'ORITS OP ONE DOLLAR AND UP?
WARDS wilt bo received, and interest ?1*
lowed at the rate of Soven Per Cent. per.an*
nnm on Certificates of Deposits, and tilx Pet
Cent, on Accounts; also, General Deposit? re?
ceived, subject to Checks at anj time. -
COLLEC HONS attended to at aR accessible
points, and remittances nudo promptly.
The Bank is located next door to the Caro?
lina National Bank, and will for tbe present
have the use of the very superior Vault of
that Bank. .This gives depositors an addi- ,
tional guaranty for the safe-keeping of their
funds.
This Baok is also made capable, by ita
charter, of acting as Executor, Administra?
tor, Guardian, Trustee, Ac, bv appointment
of any person or court of competent authori?
ty, and is now ready to accept and execute
trusts of this character. All funds-of this
kind will draw Sevon Ter Cent. Interest from
tbo time of ?deposit until paid ont.'
J. P. SOUTHERN, President. .
G. M. WALKER. Cashier.
DznKCTOK? -R. C. Shiver, 8. L. Leaphart, J.
FI. Kiuard, W. B. Gulick, Geo. Symmera, A.
Cooper._Dec 29 3mo
Fresh Family Groceries.
PICKLED New York BEEF BOUNDS.
Pickled?Halm on Bellies,
North Carolina MnUet, Ac
Smoked?New York Pig Hamt and Strips,
Nova Scotia Salmon,
Beef Tongues, Ac.
Canned?Succotash, Lima Beans,
Peas, Balmon, Mackerel,
LobBters, Tears. Peaches,
Grecn-gagt-s, Mnshro' iob,
Trufiles, Aaparagut-.
PnisEBVED?Canton Ginger, Fears,
Citron, Pino-apples,
Strawberries, Quinces,
Blackberries,
Baepberrios, Ac.
Jellies?Gnava and general assortment.
Teas?Gunpowder, Imperial, Japan,
Souchong, and English Broakfas
selected by an expert, and finest
any market.
Coffees?Mocha, Lagnayra, Rio,
O. G. Java, Raw and Roasted.
ALSO, .
! The Downer Minerai. Bferu Oil, absolute
I ly uafo as a candle, brilliant as gas, and
j cheap as kerosene: nave all the necessary
i Burnors, Wicks, Chimneys, to fix old lamps.
Nov 20_OEO. SYMMERS,
SULZBAOHEE'8
NEW OPENING!
THE MOST MAGNIFICENT 8T0CK OF
JEWELRY SOUTH OF TBE
POTOMAC.
HAYING moved from my old ,
Je t and to Wearn's new Art Build?
ing, and opened tbe largest
aid finest stock of WATCHES,
?OLOOK8, JEWELRY, DIA?
MONDS. Solid and Plated Ware, Cutlery, and
fancy article? generally, ever displaced in
this city, I ask my many ensfomerB and
friends and the public to call and examine for.,
themselves.
I have the latest fashions in JEWELRY and
I PLATED WARE, of the moat artistic snd.
beautiful styles. Alt my goods are from first
I class manufacturers only. Terms, net cash.
Repairing apd Engraving a aptcialty. All
work guaranteed.
Pot 11_ISAAC SULZBACHER.
FALL AND WINTER
CLOTHING
EATS, CAPS
. wd
GENTS' FLBMSH1KG GOODS!! 1
WE are receiving and will continne to re- '
ceive through tbe season the beat
I Ready-made Clothing;
j That cannot be surpassed, if equaled, by any.'
j Custom-made. We have the' very latest
fashions in sSeRons, Diagonals, Cheviot
Beavers, Tricots, Black Drees Ftock.'THack
Doe Pants, French and American' Dree*
Yeats, Cloth. Silk and Silk Velvet.
A spuudid lino of Men's, Youths' and Boye*
UNDEli-CLOTHlNG.WhitesndFanoyBhirta.
Cheviot and Negligee Hair Hone, Under-wear.
Cardigan Jackets, Neck Wear, Suspenders,
Silk and Linen Handkerohiufn, Shawls, Oar
pets aud Traveling Bags. .
SILK HATS?FALL STYLE.
mw We have marked our Goods for net cash.
KIN ARB & WHJE27.
Oct 1_._
2 O ?,0 0 0
In great rarictiea.
ENVELOPES!
&RAND arrival of new and improved St aple
and Fancy
STATIONERY!
Also, fine CUTLERY aud FANCY ARTI?
CLES, suitable for Ladies and Gentlemen.
A visit to this Honso may amuse and induce
you to purchase.
TUE BLANK BOOK MAM FACTORY
BOOK BINDERT
Is in full oporetion. Stale. County. Bank
and Kailrond (fliccs aud Business Houses of,
all kinds supplied with Boiks, Ruled to any
pattern, with printed Heading, when re?
quired.;" nil htyl?M of Bin tingt at ^hortest
notice and livinu nrio-s.
h J'.. STOKES,
Nov 21 y.v'.n, nitiM t. Cnli-.mbl.a. S O.
New Publications.
NF..v JCVrvn t BOOK.'.. London odi
li.irc :' i.--r-t d
N: w -t m ! ml w rUe lor libr11 us.
New N.-v !m it. rin Np hindirg.
Abe ii freeli stock of WRITING DE8KS,
Portfoin^. Oold Fens, Pen-Knives, Focket
Booka. l'hotograpb Albums of all sizes, Fancy
Bracket* and Bonk Shelves, and a general
variety of Letter, Noto and Cap Papers, Es?
velopop and Fanov Stationery, for eale by
Nov 5 B. L. BRYAN.

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