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? HajxDkatii of a PBomatRa Youth.?
It is oar melancholyprovince to record
the very sudden and uuexpeoted death,
on Tuesday night, of Simon,. tJbn' of Mr.
F. S. Jacobs, -who roe idea on Broad
street, near the Lower Market. Tho
deceased was a peculiarly bright and
promising boy*iand -was the idol* ci his
parents' leva. He had (just about at?
tained his twelfth year.iaud gave abunr
dant promise of becoming the pride and
pleasure of. the deelining years of his
parents, when the felldeatroyor blighted
the. fair opening .flower. -(Little Bimoni is
reported to have fell a victim to menin?
gitis, though some Bay brain fevfer. He
was not taken ill until Tuesday. and'that
night he closed his eyes in death.
-' ? [Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel.
L r'l ?? -1- m
BIoiiTAiiiTy Among /ehe, Jacks.?We
are informed by prominent stock traders,
and farmers, that; the epizootic disease,!
whfoh recently proBtroted the draught
?t?okof tho eoup.try,provedipartioularly
fatal to the jacks, three-fourths of those
in the State 1 a ring, it is said, died from 1
its attacks. Althoogh the jenniss suf?
fered less than the jacks, the mortality
among,, them was also greater than
among the horses. .
"[Louisville Courier-Journal, 6t?t.
A tlxpiiO'DBS Nrrao-GriTOERiNK.
The Quiuoy (Illinois) Call reports that a
pig at Galena broke, into a abed where
nitroglycerine was stored, devoured the
contents of a can, and then wandered
intoaBtable, and. on being kicked by a
horse, exploded into a thousand pieces,
blowing ono of the horse's legs off.
- Just Arrived,
40 HEAD superior MULES. Can
be Been at Daly's Stables.
!Jan 1G 6 It. GRAHAM & CO.
. Fair Notice.
ALL indebted fo tho undersigned and
their [prcdeoes^orB, bynoto, account or
otherwise1, will pleaBe settle up heforo tho
1 at day oT February next, or ohr claims will
bo placed in the hands of an Attornoy for
collection. .,-' HOPE & GYLES.
. Mince Heat.
JUST recoivod, a lot of choico MINCE I
MEAT. GEO. SYMMERS.
MEMBERS? U F THE GRANGE
AND other visitors to tho city should re?
member that every variety of CIGARS
aud TORAOOO can he found at tho eign of I
the "INDIAN GIRL." All who
ADVOCATE THE RAISING OF
Cotton, after an improved principle, will car.
tainly'admlre improvement in regard to To
bacoo ahm,-which can b6 noticed at tho new
eetabliahment,'- where every inducement is
offered to farmers and dealers. Those who
admire
ELEPHANTS
Can' be gratified by a peep in the show win?
dow.; 5? Jan 15
WITH THE VIEW
of closing out our entire
stock of Winter Goods,
we offer the following
articles at less than the
regular prices:
I BLA\W3KBTg,.OAS
JEANS,
FLANKERS; UffBER-SHIRTS,
FURS,&c. >ri
'"flhe stock of DRESS GOODS,
Boulevard Skirts, Knit Woolen
Goods and Millinery, at less
than cost.
R, C. SHIVER & CQ.
J*an 5
Samuel w. melton, r>. u. cuamberlaik,
Attorney-Generaho Ex-Attorney-General.
MELTON & CHAMBERLAIN,
Attorneys and Counaellors a.1 Law,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
WILL prsotice in all the Courts of this
Stato, and iu the United States Courts
for the District of South Carolina.
Offices at Columbia, 8. 0., In the State
Houao, and.in the Carolina National Rank
bnildfng, upstairs; '_ ' Jan 2 3mo
Law Partnership.
MO.BUTLER and D. B. DeSAUSHURE
? have this day formed a copartnership
for the practice of law in the Courts of South
Carolina and in the Unitod States Courts.
Office Law Rango, Columbia, 8. C.
M.?. BUTLER,
D. B. DeSAUSSUKE.
Columbia, 8. Cv, January 1,1873.
Jan 1__ timo
To Rent,
A STORE, on Main street. Apply to
8EIBELS St EZELL,
Jan 7_Real Estate Agents.
Non-Explosive Oil,
JUST roceivod and for sale, at G. DIKRCKS*.
The premium nomoxplouivo MINERAL)
SPERM OIL. Alao, burnera suitable for the
use of thus Oil. - Wholeaalo and retail.
Noy13 _
t Coal! Coal!! Coal!!!
907 TONS of that famous poetical An
4. t*hracito COAL its now oflerodfor sale.
English tonaiven,2,2-10pounds. Termaeasy,
Apply to'' R. A. KEENAN,
Dec"
24\tn0* ' Coal and Wood Dealer.
blr~- ?-? ; ? 1 1 -----.??^t
"New Orleans Syrnp.
I (\ BARBELS Now Crop NEW ORLEANS
l\y SYRUP, of very superior quality, for
Bale by_" _ IIOPE & OYLEB.
Buckwheat Flour.
NEW SELF RAISING BUCKWHEAT
i LOUR, at . G. DIERCKS'.
Nov 14_ "
Mooha and Java Coffees.
BAGS Old Government JAVA,
10 pockots Puro Mo.ob.ft.
For sale low by flOPE St OYLES.
10
Cider.
ANOTHER lot of that flno? CIDER, eo ad?
mired by connoitseurH, just opened.
Jan 0 A. STORK.
1
BY J. A. SELBY. / CC
Notice.
.i LL NOTKH due und open accounts-for I
J\. 1972 must bo cloved up. Wo trust this I
notice is all onr friends will want to'make
them "oomfl up." .
Jan 5 L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
r?-:??-?
. . CheaD Pictures. ...
A S there ia ? demand for cheap pictnros,
j\ we-ha-ve made arrangements-to make
any kind ef PICTURE, and as cheap as any*
wherein the world. Four Tintypes for $1;
sixteen Photographs, "cheap," *2j our fine
Piotnrea at the old, prices. Come one, ccme
all', and see for yourself.
WE ARN ?V HEX'S
Deo 11 Smo.Now Art Gallery, Main street..
? : Buffalo Tongues,
NEW sugar-onred HAMS,
Breakfast Strips,
imoked Beef, for Bale low. HOPE &. GYEEB.
1 DEXTER STABLES^"
,-? COLUMBIA, S. O., December 27, 1872.
ON and after Jann
,ary 1, 1873, 1 ehall.ex
pcctall pcraons hiring
toama at Dexter StableB to PAY for aamo ae
soon as uaed: and if strangers wish to hire
teams, they must PAY IN ADVANOE.
All persons indebted to Royce & Co. must I
make payment immediate ly, or their accounts
will bo put into hands of magistrate for col
leotion. C. H. PEXTINGILL,
Dec 29_For Botce & Co.
Now is the Time.
OA AAA L13S- BACON, al tho lowest
?J\Jt\)\.f\J prices ever offered in this
country. Will mako contracts *o delioer at
any time during the coning eeaaon.at present
prices.
We pay no ront, pay no fntgroat, do most of
our work oureelvoe, do uiuro busino?a with
the Bamo exponau than any bonne in the
Stato, and can and wi'.l offer inducements in
prices. L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
Sanders House.
THIS HOUSE, situated at Ninety-Six,
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, baa
been thoroughly renovated aud refurnished.
Tho traveling public may reet aBaurod that
they will be lurnibbed with accommodations
Hocoud to nono in tho Stato, at reasonable
rateB. SANDERS & RRO.,
JinO _Proprietors._
Seed Potatoes.
Kf\ BABRELS EARLY ROSE and EABLY
ZJ\J GOODRICH, in fiuo order, and for aale
by ' HOPE fc GYLES.
CARRIAGES
Ann
BUGGIES!
CALL at tho Factory Eaet of Iho
Pout OUioe a. il oxxrnuio quality,
workmanship and prucs before pur?
chasing auction ;;oodH. We cannot
bo undersold iu good vuhick-s.
M. .1. O.VLNAN, Agent.
JOHN AG NEW, Proprietor.
Jan 11
Lawyers, Ttko Notice.
THE aecoud volume, new n<riea, of RI?
CHARDSON'S LAW REPORTS is"now
ready, and for sale by R. L. BRYAN.
Oats and Corn.
1AAA '1USIIELS FEEDING OA'fS,
?\J\J\J 70? bushula White Corn, for
aalo low Tor cash. hope * GYLEH.
Apples! Apples!
-f (\ BARRELS NORTH KTtN APPI ER,
1XJ a Barrels CRANBERRIES,t Juat re
ceived and for sale by HOPE &. GYLES,
A New Law Firm,
ELLIOTT ,t TRADE WELL, No. 0 Law
Ran go i R. B. ELLIOTT,
Jan 3 ' ? ._JAMES D. TRADE WELL.
X King's Mountain Military School,
YUHKVILLE, s. c.
THE flrat ?oseion of ILo school
year, 1879, will begin FEBRUARY
?1, and end june SO, Terma:. For I
JSchool Expenses, t. e.. Board,
'Tuition, Fnol, Light?, Washing,
Stationery, Ac , ^ 135 per aoauioii,
pavable in advance.
For Circulars, address
I Dee 21j!8 Col. A. COWARD. Principal.
CAROLINA HIGH. SCHOOL,
l'ou
AI alks AND FEMVI.ks. '
AT AND Ell 8 OX, S. C. .
SCHOOL opena January 20.
.Tuition for forty v,eeks, in ad
|Vaueo, i 21. 30, 3? and 4'2 Boarding
'for maloa $13 per month, payab'e
,-, monthly. Building fir females in
good familion at reasonable rates.
Apply for circular to W. j. LIOON, E?q ,
or Rov. D. e. FRIERBON. '_ Jan 14 jO
Headquarters National Guard,
State or Soorn Carolina.
Columbians. C, Jauuary 10,1H73.
[Special Orders No. 4 ]
nj^Hl'l following Special Orders having been
X received from the Adjutant and taupec
tor-Gcncral'u Department, are hereby pro?
mulgated for tho information of all concoinod:
llEAUQUAHTUnH soutu U.uh'LLNA MiLlTIA,
Adjutant ?fc iNSPECTon-GuNEuvL's Office,
Ooluuuia, S. O , Jauuary 10, 1973.
[Special Ordera No. 3.]
On tho recommendation of tho Brigadier
General commanding tho National Guard of |
thia State, tho following promotions und ap?
point men tu arc made, viz:
E. W. Em-rib to bo Colonel of tho 8th Regi?
ment, National Guard, vier Fillubrownc, re
l moved.
P. O. Fluddito bo LioutenauL-Colonol, vlce\
Frost, docoaaod.
E. C. Bake/ to be Major, vire Fludd, pro?
moted.
They w!ll be obeyed and rcupcctcd accord?
ingly. -
t)By order or hh Esct-lloncy tho Governor
and Commaudor-in-Chicf.
(Signed,) If. W. PURVIS,
Adjutant and Inapector-General S. C.
By order of Brigadier-General S. A. Swailu.
JAMEH KENNEDY,
Colonel and A?Biatant ArMtitant-Genoral.
Jan 14 __
Now Mackerel.
pf f \ KITS IIcbb and No. 1 MACKEREL.
t?XJ GO Half and Wholo Barrels, la, 2a and
Is.
50 Boxes Scaled Herring--,
500 George's. Ooddsh.
For sale low by nOPF. .V GYLES.
^'Let our inst Ceiunjrei ,?,J5R
tfiUMBIA, S: 0.; FRIDAY MO
PRICES IBB?CfiB
., at tub
GRAND* CENTRAL
. Dry Goods Establishment
of
W. D. LOVE & CO.
PREPARATORY to taking onr yearly in
venton*. wo have reduced th? prices ofl
om-winter stock, with a viow to close them]
out, to make room for an extensive anil at?
tractive lino of SPRING GOODS.
Our Bargain Counters contain a treat
many ClIEAP GOODS.
Wo invite all to call and get eomo of iho
bargains, at tho GRAND CENTRAL DRY
GOODS ESTABLISHMENT, coiner Main and
Plain Btrocts, under tho Wheeler House.
W.D. Love, ) W. D. LOVE A CO.
D. R. MoCheeuy. f_Jan 12
SELLING "OFF!
WISTES STOCK!
TUE GREAT CLEARANCE SALES
WINTER GOODS
COMMENCES MONDAY, January KS, 1S73,
and coutiitucs fir lliiity days.
All WINTER ??OD? will bo.a.jiii without
r.gaui to coat, FOR CASH ONLY.
Jau 12 lino J. H. KINARD.
C. F. JACKSON
AHEAD OF Ails
IN SELLING
GOODS CHEAP !
GREAT SACRIFICE OF STOCK
i to ,
RAISE MONEY
? no make boom for tue
CHEAPEST STOCK
or
SPRING GOODS
That will be offered in this market,
Jau 14
2,500 Aores of Land, at $2 Per Acre.
A Valuable Plantation Ojftred al a Sacr ifice.
AFINE PLANTATION, containing a
handse-iuo rimidunco and 2,600 acres oj
laud, situated on tho Waterue River, about
twenty-eight miloiifrom Columbia, aud within
a few miles of tho Wilmington, Columbia and
Augusta ltailroad, is now offered (or sulo at
fivo thousand dollars (f.">.0t)0.) Eefore the
war the place was valued at lifty thousand
dollarc Soil f.-rti!e, a iftpted to the raining
of corn, cotton, ric'), Ac, and abounding in
timber in every varioty. HosidoA tho eiwehing
house, it oiuitains outbuildings of various
kinds, hies partly hi Richl&utl and partly in
Snuiter County. Apply to
RIVERS WRIGHT,
Doc 81 Uolverwity South Carolina.
New Publications.
NEW JUVENILE BOOKS. I;6n lou idi
I ions, illustrated,
i New standard works fur iibruika. ?
Now Novelo, in cheap binding.
Alao, a frcBh stock of WRITING DESK8,
\ Portfolios, Gold Pens, Pen-Knives, Pooket
Books, Photograph Albums of allRises, Fancy
brackets and Rook Shelves, and a geueral
variety of Letter, Note and Cap Papers, Eu
volopcs and Fancv Ktationery, for tale by
Nov ? _B. L. BRYAN.
Oysters.
MY OYSTER SALOON 1b open
AJjftur the season. My frionds are in?
vited to give me a call. Ovsters
BcrvecTin allatylea. G. DIEKCKB.
Oct 18_
MEDICAL ? ~
ON MARRIAGE?Happy relier for young
moil from the effects of errors aud nbiifus
iu early lifo. Manhood restored. Impedi?
ments to marriage rOmovod. Now method
of treatment. New aud remarkable reme?
dies. Books aud circulars sont free, in
acaled onvshipes. Address HOWARD Ai^HO
CIATION. No. 2 South Ninth street. Pbila
dolphin. Pa?an institution having a big!
reputation for honorable conduct aud proles
sional skill._Decl0 3mo
Look Out'for K. K.'S!
io.ooo?c?w1?-*?>
March 28 JOHN 0. 8EEGEHK?.
Attend the T)
?BN1KG; JANUARY 17, 1873.
POMAjaiA NURSERIES.
Established 1850.
THE proprietor baa a largo and thrifty
atock ot Southern and acclimated FRUIT I
TREES, from the earlicet to tho latest. Ap?
ples, Peaches, Peara, Plums, Cherries, Apri
oote, Nectarines, Quinces, Medlars, Pome
granatea, Ever-bearing Mulberries;' Figs,
English'Walnuts, Spanish OheBtnut?, Fil?
berts, Grapes, in great variety; Raspberries,
Strawberry PiantB, all tho beBt; RoaeB,
Dahlias, Gladioloa, Verbenas, Violets, Ac;
Ornamental Flowering (Sbrnbs, Evergreens,
for Cemeteries and Lawn, in great variety;
Usage, Oraogo and Macartney Roaee, for
hedges; Horan Radish and Asparagus Roots,
particularly adapted to our climate. A do
?oriptive catalogue cent to all applicants.
Mr. John White is my Agent at Columbia.
Address, W.U.,SUMMER.
Nov21 3mof_ Pouiaria, S. C.
Millinery. ?
MRS. C. E. REED bau boen
awarded the higboat premiums.
I for 1371 and 1872; for tho REST
[MlLiLINEItY, consisting of
j Ladies' and Children's BON?
NETS", HATS and CAP8. Ladies'
Uudorware, Hair, and Fancy
Articles of every description,
frhich will be Hold at reduced
prices. Tho pnb?o in general
are invited to call and see fcr themselves be?
fore pnrohaHine olsowhero. Dec 7
s irjx z b a"o he r'' s
NEW OPENING-!!
the MOST magnificent stock of
j ewe lrx south of tue
foto mac.
HAVING moved from my old
f^pr'?fjjetand to Wcarn's ncwArtBuild
IQ~J a??i?K? and opened tho largest
A\? Jim* -d QnoBt.aloolt of WATCHES,
?0 LOCKS, JEWELRY, DIA?
MONDS, tsolld and Phitrd Ware, Cutlery, and
fancy article? generally, ever displayed in
this city, I ask my niauy customers and
friends and the public to call and examine for
thcmselvoB.
I have the laical fashions in JEWELRY and
PLATED WARE, of tho moet artistic and
beautiful stylen. All my goods are from llrut
class manufacturers only. Terms, net cash.
Repairing and Engraving a specialty. All
work guaranteed.
Oct 11_ISAAC SULZBACHER.
Valuable Pharmaceutical Preparati ns |
FPU SALE BY
EDWARD H. HEINITSH,
EBTAIILISUEI)
Gnumola, S. O., 1S45,
' DEALER IX
CHOICE D RUGS,
PIIARMACELTlllAL PREPARATIONS
<\l\\ AKJ> t
Family Medicines.
. p BROMIDES CALCIUM, Sodium,
?fO>9BEg*ammonium, Bromides Potaatduni,
Morphia, Cadmium, Iodides,(Juinia,
Chlor, Propy lamia, lodoform. Bon
dalt'a Pepsin, Wine of P.cef, Vinum
Ulbl et Fcrri Cum CJliclionia, Wine
of Beef. Iron and l!arl:.s, Pure TiibtelfBB Cod)
Liver oil, Elixirs of Bail;, Pepsin; Riamuth,
Elixir* of Ct-uiiau, Wild Cbeiry, lion. Beef
and Whiskey, Valor Amaiouiu, Beef and
Urandy. llypophoaphitcs, (Oimrehllre,) Acid
Phosphate, (llorsfoid's,) Lite Food and
Nerve Korea.
Propriet?t v preparations of recognized]
..ith.
Queen's Delight Compound fakes the place
I of Sarsapnrllla, a valuable alt? rative.
Blood and Liver Pilln: au alterative Pill, an
aiiti-dy?|M?;itiu; and diuuei Piil, mild yet
effectual iu it* action, nie? lj augar-cbated. A
desirable family medicine worthy the atten?
tion of Phyeicia its! Dec 21 t
Fresh Biscuits.
ITIARl^A, Pearl, Oyster,Wine, Butter, Milk.1
. Pie-t.ic. Cream, Corn If ill. Lemon, Soda, |
ih. Per paio low bv
HOPE *v OYLES.
i
m
CVrTEflTlRPRlSE
Only Reliable Gift Distribution in the country!
$60,000.00
IN VALUABLE GIFTS!
To be Distributed in
L. D. SINE'S
150th Regulin- Monthly
GIFT ENTERPRISE
To he Drawn If on fay, Ftbruury 19, 1873.
TWO GUAMD UAl'lTAL.8 t)*'
$5,000 each in Greenbacks!
Two l*rlaes $1.OOtn EACH IN
Sne pH*?? VZ f Greenbacks!
One Horse and Bnggy, with Silver-mounted
Harness, worth $0C0; one floe-toned Roaewood
Piauo, worth 1500:10 Family Sewing Maohiuea,
worth $100 each; 5 Gold Watches and Chains,
worth $300 each; Ovo Gold American Hunting
Watcher, worth $125 each; ten Ladies* Gold
Hunting Watohe*. worth $75; 600 Gold and
Silver Lover Hunting Watches, (ill all,) worth
from $20 to $300 each; Gold Chains, Silverware,
Jewdrv. Ac, Ac. Whole numb-.-r Gilts 0.500.
Ticket's limited lof.0 000.
Agents wanted fo etil ticket?, to whom
liberal premium* will be paid.
Sing)? tickets. $1: six tickets. $5; twelve
tiokoio, HO; twenty-live ticket?, f it).
? Circulars containing a full list of prizes, a
doecription of the manner id drawing, and
other information in reference to the distribu?
tion, will be sent to any one ordering them.
I All lettere must be addresned to
Main Oillce, L D. SINE, Box 8G,
101 W. Fifth fet. Cincinnati,Ohio.
Dec 3 flv
1
VOL. VIII?NO. 256.
* din to9f.
toe. u
CAPITAL PRIZE!
E
We open this date a
fresh lot of 23b. i
BLANKETS, of very
superior quality. Also,
a full line of BALMO?
RAL and BOULE?
VARD SKIRTS,
Brown and Bleached
Domestic Prints, Sec.
As the season is ad?
vancing, we offer these,
together with other
goods in the BRUT
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
XHIBITS this week a large Bt?ck of sub
ut uncial
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
AND
SEW TEAR GIFTS,
?23,000 worth of handsome
DRESS GOODS
To bo aold at greatly reduced prices. These
goods are entirely now, an 1 Itaving been
bought below the cost o. importation, are
very cheap. Wo offer them at a slight ad -1
vanco on coot price. This stock consists of
rieh Lyons SILKS, handsome Japanese Silks,
splendid Irish Poplins, beautiful Fretioh Pop?
lins, Cashmere de Lyons, rich Sattuena, Ac,
if'Ojj in all t he popular shades aud colors. ?
lie llltfO off is, lit the rauio udvuutitgtous.
rates, a lull line of the nh'cqoallcd f'uii?"
?rand Slack Alpacas, of superior lc^trs, at
80 35, 40, 15, 50,130, 75c. and $1 por yard.
Iu addition to tho above, ho will ?alba largo
lot of uewly manufactured FURS, iu sou,
much below tlio regnlar prices. Capo and
Muff from f 3.50 to $30. Particular attention
is called to un invoice of Iteal Point and other
Real Lace Collars, Sleeves and Haudkerohiefa,
at half the prico of importation. ihese
poods havo been bought expressly for the
holidays, and they will be appreciated by tho
ladica/and found bargains.
MRS. ANNA McCORMICK
Has in her MILLINERY DEPARTMENT a
great variety of fancy articles suitable for pre?
sents, to ail examination of which she most [
cordially invites her iritnds aud tho pubhol
generally. J. II. KIN ARD.
Dee. 15_
FORMALE.
A RAHE CHANGE
roa a .
im IITKTI11T.
B
EING desirous of changing my buainecs,
I offer fur sale tho entire siouk of the
Exchange House,
CONSISTING Ol"
BRANDIES. WINES,
WHISKIES. GINS.
RUM, ALE, 0IGAH8, cto.,
And all tho iixtures ntcot-sarv to carry on a
FIUS I' CLASS RAR and RESTAURANT.
The house is conveniently located, and ar?
ranged for private or transient Hoarders, and
uow etijovo a lair patronage. It contains
ton PUuMSUED ROOMS, betides two DIN?
ING ROOMS, front and back, BAR ROOM
and KITCHEN. Attached to ihu eatablieh
me lit is a Duo Cock-Pit. Stable-. lor lloiacs,
otc. For further particular, npplv to or
address P. HAMILTON JOINER,
Deo 11 Columbia, S. C
Unprecedented Success
'ins
singer.
The Singer Sewing Machine
BECEIVEO
FIRST PREMIUMS,
18 7 2,
at
State Fair, Atlanta, Ga.,
. Anderson Pair, S. C,
Darlington Fair,.3. C.
Look at their salea:
181,200 Maohinta sold in 1871; 52,734 mors
ttiau (iny cumjwny.
The Siugor Manufacturing Company. Main
street, Columbia, 8. ?. W. J. WAY,
Nov 13 fOni_ Agent.
North Carolina Ray.
BALES good N. C. HAY. for sale ow
by HOPE A GYLES.
75
Carriages.
A LARGE STOCK of TOP and
- _'.Ol'EN BUGGIES, ROCKAWAY3,
OABRIOLF.TTS. PILETONS, and a lato style
of English De g Cart, for aale at very roason
ablo prices, at tho Repository, corner Lady
and Assemblv streets.
Nov 17 ' W. K. GREENFIELD.
Ipi OUT
BELOW COST!
TO CLOSE BUSINESS!
NO HUMBUG!
WE will boH oar wholo and entire Btoek of
CUSTOM-MADE CLOTHING, HATS.
CAPS and GENT'S :FURNISHING GOODS
below cost, to cIobo business. All poraoae in.
need of anything in our liuo'should by all
means ombraco this opportunity;
S. STRAUS A BRO.,
Jan 9 1 Under Columbia Hotel.
FALL AND WINTER
CLOTHING
HATS, GAPS
AND
GESTS' RMISMKG GOODS!! !
E aro receiving and will continue to re?
ceive through tho seaeon the best
IW
Ready-made Clothing
That cannot he surpassed, if equaled, by any
Custom-made. We have the, very latest
fashions in Heltons, Diagonals, Cheviot
-Beavers, Tricots, Black Dress Frock, Black
Doo Pants, French and American Dress
Vcate, Cloth, Bilk and Hill; Velvet*.
A Bpendid lino of Men'ii, IVutbs' and Boys'
UNDER-CLOTHING,White and Fancy ShirtB,
Cheviot and Negligoo Half Hobo, Under-wear,
Cardigan Jackets, Neck Wear, Suspenders,
Silk and Linen Handkorohiefs, Shawls, Car
pots and Traveling Bags. ;
SILK HATS?FALL STYLE.
?"Wu havo marked our Goods for net cash.
EIN ARD & WILEY.
Oct 1 : 1
EMI
RE daily receiving additions.to their ele
. gaut stock of r v
CLOTHING, HATS
GESTS' FURNISHING G0O?S.
An entirely new line of
MEN'S,BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
HATS,
Just received.
In our Custom Department wo are exhibit?
ing tho choicest patterns of foreign and do?
mestic i >"
CASSMERES AM) TESTINGS.
Givo ua a call.
R. # W. C. SWA1TLKLD.
Dec 19_i_' _'
2 0 0,0 0 0
In great varieties. '
ENVELOPES!
GRAND arrival of new and improvodStaple
and Fancy
STATIONERY!
Also, fino CUTLERY and FANCY ARTI?
CLES, suitable for Ladies and Gentlemen.
A visit to this House may amuse and induce
you to purchase.
THE BLASE BOOK MANUFACTORY
BOOS BINDER?
Is in full operation. State, County. Bank
and Railroad Officea and BuBineas Houses of
all kinds supplied with Books, Ruled to any
pattern, with printed Heading, when re?
quired, in all stylos of Binding, at shortest
notico and living prices.
E. B. STOKES,
Nov 24_Mala strcot, Columbia, 8. O.
Just Received.
A f\(\ CASES CANNED GOODS,
?tfcWU 100 boxes CANDY,
60 boxes SOAP,
200 barrels FLOUR,
100 barrold Whiskey,
100 dozen Axes, ??
200 doaen Pnnket-Krilv'M,
100 dozen pairs Trace Chains,
100 di>Zi"i boor and Pad-Locks,
100 bundles Ties,
100 bales Vag^ii.K
For sale to-cbty, ai New YoiL prices ftul car?
riage, havintj bee- purchased mainly before
the late u tinted prices. . ?;
_Jai. (5 _L?RICK A LOWRANOE.
? Oats, Bran, &c.
8f\f\ BU8nELS FEEDING OATS.
Vi Vi 5.000 lbs. Bran and Ship Stuff.
For sale by_HOPE A OMMfig.
Building Lot for Sale."
SUITABLE for the orectipn of TWO or mora
Houses. Located corner of Lumber and
Bull streets. Measures 108 feet each way.
Terms cash. Apply at thia Ofilco,

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