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Irait?, drawn fey a ta&tia i at f aadatu; about
WedneaSay MBfegp^j^
reins and leaned for^i
up, whe^e Ml under the wheel* wbtch
lingered for alx honru, tfheh he died. '
,.ti Witt oiii. ifWiiniingtoniJournal*
Acal?BHT IN OoXliETON ek)UNTy.-?.'W6
learn from the Gc^tiis thsV&u ^=ldeot
occurred to a colored man nom^d. John
Cahtfon,lmng ?n we Horse Shoe Road.
It ap^eare-he teas'' out shooting on Sa?
turday, the 4th inst., and his gan ex*
ploded, the contents enteriug one. side
of his wrist and coming oat at the other,
completely shattering the' bones: Am
{mtation was necessary to sare the man's
lie. , . ? , \: ? ,:( :? a
' The locomotive, in which the explosion
occurred at kewiaville, Sunday, was
brouRhfc to Charleston in a badly wrecked
condition. ? ' : ' *
Special NotioeB.
- It Aotb Lise A CnAim. ?Thia is what we
hear ou all sides, of Dr. Tint's Expectorant.
In oaaea of Or?up, Bronchitis, Asthma and all
die eases, it affords Instant relief.' It perme?
ates the very substanco of, the lungs and
causes them to throw off all aorid matter. It
is very pleasant to the taste. Children take
it readily. ? *? ?
lJ!" . I?ew YoBK.Auguat 81,18C9.
Dh. WarV Hl'Turr?Br*: When in Alken, last j
winter, I used your Expectorant for my I
oough, and found' moro benefit from it than ;
any I have used. * I took half a'dozen bottles
homo with me and have had to give some of it j
to my friends. Ploaso send me one dozen by
Express, O. O. D.' ALFRED GUSHING,
28 Weat Slet street.
Dr. Tuti's Hair Dye Imparts a Natural Color.
JU. . ? _j81Tl
LEA & PERRINS
, Worcestersh'e Sauce)
Bayers are Cautioned to avoid the numerous [
Counterfeits and imitations offered for sale.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS. Now York,
? Pot 20 jiy Agents for the United States.
To Arrive, on TueBday, January 14,
I: (JO- HEAD of find-' KENTUCKYI
f^-g-a-, MULES, which will be sold at roaaon-1
yr^WA ablb prices, by
Sal iff W. S. A J.M. TALBOTT.
Jan.ll. _.
MSMBBaS?OF THE GRANGE
A Ndother rrsltora to the citv ahonld re>
jf^ member, ttijat.ov.ery variety* of ,0IGAR8 |
and TOBACCO can bo found at tlio ?ignofl
the "INDIAN GIBL.v: Alfcwho ?
ADVOCATE THE RAISING OF
Cotton, after an improved principle, will cer?
tainly admire improvement in retard to To-j
bacco also, which can be noticed at the new ,
establishment, where every Inducement Is
offered to farmers and dealers. Those who
admits l66mt.a *i?\
v .'. 'ELEPHANTS
Can'"he 'gratifleTl by a-pe'ep'in ti-'o show win?
dow'. ' Jan 15
- .?S^jriUmmi..^.. ...
delivered , in Columbia, or at any*, point of
shipment on any of the raibrotda leading here.
We, ?vilt contract for tfa A whole amount or any
portion of ft; - and when, parties, t have the
timber, but do not dealreio get the.bark, we ,
wiU buy the trees standing arid a trip them
ourselven.1 For further particulars, addreas
us at Columbia. ? JOHN' WATIE8 A GO.
Jan 10 a l M ... r > ujj ' i ta
CAUTION!
Buyers are cautioned to a
df m^iugbut our entire I
stooli of Winter Goods,
we olTer tho following
articles at less than the
FL'AKNEt*9, U^DER-am?TS,
The stock of DUESS GOODS,
Boulevard SkirtSi Knit Woolen |
Goods and Millinery, at less
than coati ?, ":' ' 'i,hT ': '?;'}.
B. <?. BH1VER ft CO.
SAMUEL w. mbj.TON, P. U. OUAMDEBLAIN,
At'.oruoy-Qouoral. Ex*AUorney-Goneral.
MELTON & CHAMBERLAIN,
.Attorneys ?n<l Counsellors at Lewi
L;;Vh k> WLUMDIA, S. O.
TJtflLL practice in alt the Courts of this
, t V State'And In tho United States Conrta
, lor the Dlutrict of South Carolina.
Offices at Columbia, H. O. in the State
Uouse. and. in the Carolina National Bank
building, upiftaifa._ Jan 2 3mo
J? Law. Partnership.
9. BUTLER and D. B. DxSAUSSURE '
_? haverthis day. formed' a copartnership
for the prautioe of law in the Courts of South
; Carolina and In the United States Courts.
, Office Law Bange, Columbia, S.O.
041 i- .='?-?IrL'O.BUTLER. !
I mJ,.:; ,v. f>k? ! D.B.DbSAUSSUBE.
5o%trsuHA^8..fl^Jr?aary l,W7'?. . . :i
e y.1.!,,., ?.O^aaaij ai it agfL
. , ! : To Bent, JjidJ h :<
A STORE, on Main street. , Apply to J
? Hon-lljtploaive Oil,
S TUSTrsceivedand forssle.at Q.DIBRCK8'.
1? Tho Premium non explOeivo MINERAL
BPBBll OIL. AUo, burners anitabba for the
use of thi,s 0U.fwK0|eaale ana retail, /..
M
few?
XT TTfT',
?g^3rat&^MJ ....
?Qr7t,T01I?'?f tUtat JTamoua poetloal An
ZO J thraolto COAX la uowoflorodfor nale.
Engltch ton given,2,24Upouud?. Tefmaeasy.
*pplvia R. A. KEEN AN.
PeeaalmC* Coal and Wood Dealar.
N
Bnokwheat Flonr.
EW SELF RAIHINO BUOKWH^AT
FLOUR, at G. DtEROKB*.
This unrivalled Me diel no is warranted not
to contain a single partiole ot Mercdrt, or
any injurioaa mineral substance, but is
PURELY VEGETABLE,
For FORTY YEARS, it has proved its groat
value in all diseases of the Liver, Rowels
and Kidkeys. Thousands of the good and
great in all parts of tho country vouch for its
wonderful and peculiar power in purifying the
Blood, stimulating the torpid Lives and
Bowels, a ' 1 imparting now life and vigor to
the wholo system. BIMMONS' LIVER REGU?
LATOR is acknowledged to have no equal as a
LIVKK MEDICINE.
It contains four medical elements, novcr
united in the same happy proportion in any
other preparation, viz. A gentlo Cathartic, a
wonderful Tonic, an unexceptionable Altera?
tive, and a certain Corrective of all impurities
of tne body. Such signal success has attend?
ed its use, that it is now regarded as tho
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
for LiveiiComflaint rind the painful offspring
theroof, to wit:. DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPA
TION, Jaundice, BiliouB attacks, SICK DEAD
ACHE, Colic, Depression of Spirits, SOUR
STOMACH, Hoart-burn, Ac, Ac.
Regulate the Liver and prevent
CHILLS AND FEVER,
SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR
la manntacturod only by
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.,
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia;
Price $1.00 por package; sent by mail, post?
age paid, 11.25. Prepared ready for use in.
bottles. 11.50.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
49* Beware of all Counterfeits and I mil a
ions.-BB, * _Sopt 14 jT
Notice,
ALL NOTES due and open accounts for
1872 must bo closed, up. We trust this
notioe is all onr friends will want to make
them "oome up."
Jan 5 L?RICK Je LOWRANOE.
i Cheap Pictures.
A B there is a demand for cheap piotnros,
JjL we have made arrangements to make
any kind ef PIOTUBE.and aa cheap as any?
where in the world. Four Tintypes for $1;
sixteen PhotographB, "cheap," $2; our fine
Pictures at the old prioes. Come one, come
all, and see for yonrsolf.
WEARN A HIX'S
Deo 1? 8mo New Art Gallery, Main street.
' Buffalo Ton goes,
NEW Bugar-eured HAMS,
Breakfast Strips,
smoked Beef, for eale low. HOPE A GYLE8.
DEXTER STABLES,
JJOLUMBIA, S. O., Deckbtdeh 27, 1872.
ON and af tor Janu?
ary 1, 1873,1 shall ex
pact all persons hiring
teams at Dexter Stables to PAY for asms, as
Boon aa used: and if strangers wish to hire.
teaniB, tney must PAY IN ADVANCE. r'
All persona'indebted to Boyce A Oo. must
make payment immediately, or their aeceunte
will be put into -hands of magiatrate for col?
lection. ? ?. II. PBTTING1LL,
Deo 29 _ For gorge A Co.
i Now it the Time.
Zyr\ AAA LB8. BACON, al tbe lowest
4?V/iV7\"" prices over offered in tbis
country. Will mako cc-titraote to deliver at
any time during the oomng eoaaon, at present
prices.
We pay no rent, pay no interest, do moat of
our work oureolves, do more businoss with
the aame expense than any houBe in tbe
8tate, and can and will offor iuduoemeuta in
prices._L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
Sanders House.
THIS HOUSE, situated at Ninety-Six,
GreenvfUe: and Columbia Railroad, haa
been ttroroughlyLronovatod and refurnished.
The traveling public may reat assured that.
ib?y will be furnished with accommodations
tueond to none in tho State, at reasonable
ratea. ' SANDERS A RRO.,
Jan 0 __Proprietors.
Seed Potatoes.
RA BABREL8 EARLY ROSE and EARLY
O \J GOODRICH, in fino order, and for sale
by HOPE A OYLES.
CARRIAGES
a kd
BUGGIES!
C^ALL at the Factory Eaat of the
J Post Office and examine quality,
workmanship and prices before pur?
chasing auction goods We cannot
bn undersold iu good vehicles.
M. J. OALNAN, Agont.
JOHN AONEw, Proprietor.
Jan 11 ,___
Lawyers, Take Notice.
rfclHE second volume, new eeriea, .of RI
J. OHAfiPSON'S LAW REPORTS 1? now
ready, aw*for sale by R. L. BBYAN.
Oats and Corn.
IfTiAA BUSHELS FEEDING OA'IS;
?\I\f\J 700 bushels White Corn, for
?ale loafer ?sah. HOPE A OYLBB.
Jf: ?a?Met\ Apples! :
I -f f\BARRELS NORTHERN APPLES,
hW4 * A**?** CBAlfBEBRIE8. iuat \t*
| aelyod and tor sale by HOPE A GYLES.
A New Law Firm.
TOLLIOTi* * TRADE WELL, No. 6 Law
AVJ Range. R. B. ELLIOTT,
I Jap S j jgj JAMBS D. TRADBWELL.
' Cider.
ANOTHER tot of that fino CIDER, so ad?
mired by connoisseurs, juat opened.
Jan 9 A. 8TOBK.
LUMEIA, S. 0., THURSDAY ]
F HI CSS HD ICH
AT tbe
GRAND CENTRAL
Dry Goods Establishment
of
W. D. LOVE & CO.
PREPARATORY to taking our yearly in?
ventory, wo Lave reduced the prices of
onr winter Btock, with a view to cloec thorn
ont, to make room for an ext'-i aivo and at?
tractive line of SPRING GOODS.
Oor Bargain Gonntcre contain a great
many CHEAP GOODS.
We iuvito all to call and get some of the
bargains, at the GRAND CENTRAL DRY
GOODS ESTABLISHMENT, corner Main and
Plain streets, ander the Whcelor Houao.
W. D. Love, ) W. D. LOVE it CO.
B. B. MoCheehy. C_Jan 12
SELLING OFF!
WINTER STOCK
THE GREAT CLEARANCE SALES
WINTER GOODS!
COMMENCES MONDAY, January 13,1873,
and continues for thirty days.
All WINTER GOODS will be sold without
regard to cost, FOR CASH ONLY.
Jan 12 lmo_J^ IL KINARD.
C. F. JACKSON
AHEAD OF AX.Ii
IN SELLING
GOODS CHEAP!
GREAT SACRIFICE OF STOCK
TO
RAISE MOtfEY
iSD Mi.EE BOOK .von TUE
'CHEAPEST STOCK
or
SPRING GOODS
That will bo offered in this market.
Jan 14_;_
2.500 Acres of Land, at $2 Per Acre.
A Valuable Plantation Ojf'ercd at a Sacrifice.
AFINE PLANTATION, containing a
handsome roaidenoo and 2,500 acres oi
land, situated on tho Watereo River, about
twenty-eight miles from Columbia, and within
a fbwmilOB of tho Wilmington, L'olnmbia and
Augusta Railroad, is now offered for salo at
firo thousand dollars ($5.000.) Ucforo tbo
war tho place was valued at fifty thousand
dollars. Soil furtilo, alaptod to the raining
of corn, cotton, rico, See., and abounding in i
timber iu every variety. Heelden tho dwelling-.|
house, it contains out-bnildings of various
kinds. Lies partly iu Richlanu and partly in
Sumter County. Apply to I
RIVERS WRIGHT,
Dec 31 _Univeraity South Oafolina.
New Publications.
NEW JUVENILE BOOKS. London edi?
tions, illustrated.
New standard works for libraries.
New Novola, in obeap binding.
Also, a fresh stock of WRITING DESKS,
Portfolioe, Gold Pens, Pen-Knives, Pocket
Books, Photograph Albums of all sizes, Fancy
Brackets and Book, Sholvca, and a general
variety of Letter,Note and Cap Papers, En?
velopes and Fanoy Stationery, for ealo by
gpVg _B. L. BRYAN.
Oysters.
/~~Y MI OYSTER HALO ON ia open
'K*\Ufcffor the season. My friends are in
^OBf Tited to give mo a call. Oysters
aervedTn all style*. G. DIEBCKB.
?OotlS7 _
MEDICAL.
ON MARRIAGE ?Happy relief for young
men from the effeota of arror* and.abuse*
in early Ufa. Manhood restored. Impedi?
menta te marriage removed; New method
of treatment. New and remarkable reme?
dies. -Books and circulars sent freo, in
sealed envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSO?
CIATION, No. 2 ,Booth Ninth street. Phila?
delphia, Pa.?an inatttution having a high
reputation for honorable oonduet and prof oa
slonal skill._Deol03mo
iLook Out for K. X.'Sl ,
10.00??Colnmbu-Tobe
March 28 JOHN C. BEEGERB'.
CORNING, JANUARY 16, 187
Laurensville Female College.
jgttm. ' OPENS 17th FEBRUARY next.
4TM\ Rev. J. R. RILEY, Prosident.
??LMjSUEv. Z. L. HOLLIES, JOHN W.
^^-WmFERGUSON. A. M? Proroaaors.
WMP Primary Department, Mis8 ANN
?Ol ~ E.JOUAN. Music to bo supplied,
j College aapplied with fine mineorologioal oa
binet, chemical labratory, philosophical appa?
ratus, muaoum, Ovo pianos and a good libra?
ry. Lnrge Boarding House in College Cam?
pus, in oh arge of D. B. Piaster. The Presi?
dent, Rev. J. R. Riley, and family, board in
this house to superintend same. Board in
College Boarding House, or private families,
(10 to $12 por month.
Tuition in Primary Department, per ses?
sion....$10 j
Tuition in Academic Department, per ses?
sion. 15 ]
Tuition iu Collegiate Department, per see
Biou. 201
Tuition in Music Department, per session. 24
Minister's daughters froe.
One of tho Professors will be at Newberry
and Oreonwood on 15th February, to take
chargo ot pupils coming to tho College.
J*n 0 _th3_
KiHg'a Mountain Military School,
YORKVILLE, S. C.
THE flrat session of the school j
year, 1873, will begin FEBRUAHY
|lj and end JUNE SO. Terms: For I
^School Expenses, i. e.. Board, |
Tuition, Fuel, Eichte, Washing,
Stationery, ic., $13? per session,
payablo in advanco.
For Circulars, address
Dec 21^il8_ Col._A. COWARD, Principal.
CAROLINA HIGH SCHOOL,
FOB
MAI. Ks AND FEMALES.
A N D ER S 0 X, S. C.
SCHOOL opens January 20.
.Tuition for forty weeks, in ad?
vance, $24. 30,3G and 42. Boarding |
for males $13 per month, payable |
monthly. Boarding for females in
good families at reasonable rates.
Applv for circular to W. J. LIOON, Eeq.,
or Rev. D. E. FRIERSON._Jan 11 *G
POM ARIA NURSERIES.
Established 1850.
THE proprietor has a largo and thrifty I
stock ot Southorn and acclimated FRUIT
TREES, from tho earliest to the latest. Ap-'
pics, Peaches, Pears, Plums. Cherries, Apri?
cots, Nectarines, Quinces. Medlars, Pome?
granates, Ever-bearing Mulberries, Figs,
English Walnuts, Spanish Chestnuts, Fil?
berts, Grapes, in great variety; Raspberries,
Strawberry Plants, all tho host; RoBes,
Dahlias. Gladiolos. Verbenas, Violets, Ac;
Ornamental Flowering [Shrubs,Evergreens,!
for Cemeteries and Lawn, in great variety;
Oaago, Orango and Macartney Roaoa, for
hodges; Horso Radish and Asparagus Roots,
particularly adapted to our climate. A de?
scriptive catalogue sent to all applicants.
Mr. John White is my Agent at Columbia.
Addreaa, ' WM. SUMMER,
Nov24,3mot_romaria, 8. C.
Millinery.
MRS. C. E. REED has been
awarded the highest premiums,
, for 1871 and 1872, for tho BEST
j MILLINERY, emisisiing of
Ladies' and Children's BON?
NETS, HATS and CAPS. Ladios'
Undcrwarc, Hair, and Fanoy
Articles of every description,
whioh will be sold at reduced
prices. Tho public in goneral
are invited to call and see f? r themselves be?
fore purohaaine elsewhere. _ Dec 7
SULZBAO HEfi'8
NEW OPENING!
TEE MOST MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
JEWELRY SOUTH OF THE
POTOMAC.
HAVING moved from my old |
)Btand to Wcaru's new Art Build
ling, and opened the largest
la id llnest stock of WATCHES,
,^-iv-JoLOCKS, JEWELRY. DIA?
MONDS, solid and Plated Ware, Cutlery, and
fancy article* generally, ever displayed in
this city., I ask my many customers and
friends und the public to call and examine for
themselves.
I have the latest fashions in JEWELRY and
PLATED WARE, or the most artistic and
beautiful styles. All my goods are from first
class manufacturers only. Turme, net cash.
Repairing and Eugraving a specialty. All
work guaranteed.
Octll _ HA AO SUlZBACnER.
Valuable Pharmaceutical Preparati ns |
fob s a i.v. by '
EDWARD H.HEINIT8H,
KSTADMBUII)
Coniubhi, s. V., 1845,
deai.lk IX
CHOICE D RUGS,
PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS
Family Medicines.
BROMIDES CALCIUM, Sodium,
Ammonium, Bromidos Potassium,
Morphia, Cadmium, Iodides.Qulnla,
Chlor, Prupylamia, loduform. Bou
dalt's Pepsin, W ine of Beef, Vinnm
Cibi et Ferri Cum Cinchouia, Wine
of Beof, Iron and Barks, Puro Tasteless Cod
Liver Oil, Elixirs of Bark, Pepsin. Bismuth,
Elixirs of Gentlati. Wild Cherry, Iron. Beef
and Whiskey, Valor Ammonia, Beef and
Brandy, .Hypophosphites, (Churchill's.) Acid
Phpaphate, (Horaford's,) Lilo Food and
Nerve Force.
Proprietary preparationa of recognized
worth.
Queen's Delight Compound takes the place
of Sarsaparille, a valuable alterative.
rBlood and Liver Pill*, hn alterative Pill, an
aotl-dyppoptlo and dinner Pill, mild yet
effectualUs action, nicely sugar-coated. A
deairable iaioily medicine, worthy the atten
tion of Phyaiclana._ Dec 211
Fresh Biicuita.
F
A11INA, Pearl,Oyster,Wine. Butter,MiUx,
^, Pic-nio, Cream? Corn Hill, Lemon, Soda,
Ac, altfreah. Poraalelowhy
Oot 0 HOPE A OYLES.
New Mackerel.
gj f\ KITS Meas and No. 1 MACKEREL.
OU SO Half and Wholo Barrels, Is, 2b and ]
50 Boxes Scaled Herrings.
600 George'e Codfish.
For aale low by HOPE A GYLES.
ne Event."
3. VOL. VIII?NO. 255.
1E? TO DKAW
TUE
CAPITAL PRIZE !
E
We open this date a
fresh lot of Mo, 1
BLANKETS, of very
superior quality. Also,
a full line of BALMO?
RAL and BOHLE
V ARD SKIRTS,
Brown and Bleached!
Domestic Prints, &c.
As the season is ad?
vancing, we offer these,
together with other
goods in the 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.
J. H. KIN ARD
X Him TS this week a largo stock o! tub
etantial
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
AND
NEW TEAR GIFTS.
$25,000 worth of handsomo
DRESS GOODS
To be sold at great ly reduced priooB. Those
goods aro entirely new, an) having been
bought below the coat or importation, aro
very cheap. Wo offer them at a slight ad*
vanco on cost price. ThiB stook consists of
rich Lyons BILKS, handsome Japanese Silks,
splendid Irish PoplinB, beautiful French Pop
line, Cashmere do Lyons, rich Satteena, Ac,
Ac, in all tho popular shades and colors.
lie also off ra, at the eame advantageous
rates, a full line of the unequalled "Gnu"
Brand Black Alpacas, of superior lustre, at
30. 35, 40, 45, 50, CO, 75c. and *1 per yard.
In addition to tho above, he will sell a large
lot of newly manufactured PURS, in eeta,
much below the regular prices. Gape and
Muff from 13.50 to $30. . Particular attention
ie called to an invoice of Beal Point and other |
Real Lace Collars, Sleeves anrl Handkerchiefs,
at half the prioe of importation. ?J.hcso
poods have boen bought expreeely for the
holidays, and they will be appreciated by the |
ladieB, and found bargain s.
MBS. ANNA MoCOBKIOK
Has in her MILLINERY DEPARTMENT a
groat variety of fancy articles suitable for pro*
aenta, to an examination <6f which she most
cordially invites her friends and the public
generally. J. H. KINARD.
Deo 15_ .. : ? ?
FORJ3ALE.
A HARE CHANCE
FOB A
GOOS MfUTHIT.
BEING desirous of changing my businetB.
I offer for sale the entire stock of the
Exchange House,
OOK8IBTINO OF
BRANDIES. WINE8, vi
WHISKIES, GINS, 5,
RUM, ALE, OIGAIIS, etc./
And all tho futures neceesary to carry on a.
FIK8T CLASS BAR and RESTAURANT.
The house is conveniently located, and ar?
ranged for private or transient Boarders, and
now eniovB.a fair patronage. It coutaiuB
ten FUltNISHED ROOMS, beeidea two DIN?
ING ROOMS, front and back, BAR BOOM
and KITCHEN. Attached to the establish?
ment is a fine Cock-Pit, Stables tor Horses,
etc For further particulars, apply to or
address P. HAMILTON JOYNER,
Dec 14_Columbia, B. C.
Unprecedented Success
o? ins i_A
SINGER
The Singer Sewing Machine
* nacEivsn
FIRST PREMIUMS,
IH '*
1872,
II AT
State Fair* Atlanta, Ga.,
Anderson Fair. 8. C,
Darlington Fair, 8. 0.
Look at their sales:
181,260 Machines sold in 1671; 5a,7M mere
than any company. .,
The Singer Manufacturing Company. Mala
atreet, Columbia, 8. O. W. J. WAT, '
Nov IS JGm_ Agent.
9orth Carolina Hay.
BALES good N. 0. HAY, for sale ow
by__HOPE A OVLBB.
Carriages.
U A LARGE STOCK of TOP and
,_-^.rOPEN BUGGIES, ROCKAWAY8,
OABRIOLETT8, PHJETON8, and ? late style
of English Dcg Cart, for sale at very reaaon
abie prices, at the Repoaitory, oornor Lady
and Assembly streets. _?.?, _
Nov 17 W. K GREENFIELD.
S5V
BELOW CfOST !
TO CLOSE BUSINESS!
NO H TJMB TJ a I
WE will aell our whole sod entire stoek of
ODHTOM-MADB OLOTHINf?, HA??
CAPS end GENT'S PUNISHING' GOODS*
below ooBt, to oioeo bueineea. All persons in
need of anything in our line aboold by all
meana embrace this opportunity. ?
T v 8. STBAUfl A BBO.,
Jan9 _Under Columbia Hotel.
PALL AND WINTEB
CLOTHING
AMD
GESTS' FURNISHING GOODS 111
WE are receiving and will continue to re
ceivo through the aeaaon the beat
Ready-made Clothing
That cannot be surpassed, if equaled, by any
Custom-made. Wo havo tho very lateBt
fashion a in Meltona. Diagonal, Cheviot
Beavers, Tricots, Black Dreaa Frock, Black
Doe Panta, French and .American Drees
Yeats, Cloth. 811k and Silk Velvet.
A spendid line of Men's, Touths' and Boys'
UNDEit-CLOTHIMG,White andPanoyShirts,
Cheviot and Negligee Half Hose, Under-wear,
Cardigan Jackets, Neck Wear, Suspenders,
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Shawls, Car?
pets and Traveling BagB.
SILK HATS?FALL STYLE.
49* We have marked our Goodafor net cash.
EINARD & WILEY
Oct 1
L* W. C. SWJtFFIBLB
A RE 4ai,y r?ceirhig additions to their ele-f
?\. gant stock of "
CLOTHINGr, -HAT?
ASD
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
An entirely new line of
MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S ?
H A TS,
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Juat received.
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In our Custom Department we are exhibit
ing tho choicest patterns of foreign and do
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CASS1MEBES AND: vVESTINGS.
Give ue a call. ' ^ ',, '^ ' '
Dec J9 _. . . v , ,m
20O00?
In great vafietlea.
i~t BAND arrival of now and improved St nple
VT?ndFauoy - _ ?
STATIONERY!
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Also, fine CUTLERY and FANCY ARTI?
CLES, ani table for Ladies, and Gent lemon.
A visit to this House may amnso and induce
you to purchase. ?'>,<' .'?!>;'
THE BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
r:?*.A*? til.; .,
BOOK BINDERT
la in full operation. State.County.Bank
and Railroad Offices and Business- "Houses of
all kjnds supplied with Books, Ruled to any
pattern, with printed Heading, when re?
quired, in all styles of Binding, at shortest
notice and living prioea. .._,.
E. B. STOKES,
Nov84 Mal? street, Oolombia,B.C.
Jut Received.
A f\f\ CASES CANNED GOODS,
*Uy 100 boxes CANDY, i
50 boxes SOAP,
900 barrels FLOUR,
100 barrels Whiskey,
100 doien Axes,
2?0 dosen Pocket-Knives.
100 dosen pairs Trace Chains,
100 dozon Door and Pad-Locka,
100 bundles Ties, > c
100 baleB Wagging. ?, , .
For aal" to-dav, at New York prices an \ car?
riage, having bteu purchased mainly bet?rt
the late inflated prices.
Ian < 't.OBlOK h LOWRANOE.
Oats, Bran, ftp.
OAA RUSH RLS FEEDING OATS
?UU G 000 Iba. Bran and Ship Stuff.
tor sale by _HOPE A GYLES.
Building Lot for Bale.
QUITABLE for the erection of TWO or more
O Houses. Located corner of Lumbar and
Bull streets. Measures 108 feet each way.
Terms esah. Apply at thia OCloo.

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