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BY J A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, 8;;?., TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1873. VOL. Vlll?tfb. 271
1> tow yii dull, despondent? drowsy;-]
debihtated. have , frequent head aohea,
mouth tastes badly, poor appetite ana!
tongue ohfcteti/yon- are Buffering from
torpid li-fer, or "Biliousness." Nothing
will cure yon ao speedily abd perma?
nently as Dr.,, Pierce'a Golden Medical
"OahVDo 'Without It."?This is
what the etageand horse-oar oompanios,
liTery-Btable keepers, members of the
tnrf, and all grooms and trainers say of
the Mustang Liniment. Tbey "can'tdo
without it." And wby? BeoauBO it in?
fallibly reduces the oxternal swellings,
&o., which, nuder various names, impair
tho hsefulnqss and value of the king of
quadruped*, aqd also because, for sprains,
strains, galls and other injuries to which
horse flush is liable, it is the most trust?
worthy preparation in the market. Yet J
these recommendations comprise only a
portion of its claims to pnblio con Aden ce.
During a period of more than sixteen
years, it has been recognized as a speoiQo
for many of the most agonizing disor?
ders whioh afflict the human family?
anon, as rheumatism, gout,- neuralgia,
lumbago, tiodoloreux, sore throat, ear?
ache, tootb-oohe; and, likewise, as a
peerless application for cuts, bruises,
burn ei and scalds. J 18 30
TiLLiHAS?BB, Fla., August 25, 1868.
Maaaufl. Zeilin & Oo: Oar junior edit?
or has tried your Liver Begalator and is
taking it now, and finds it invaluable to
him as a corrector of the stomach and
regulator of the bowels. Articles of diet |
that ha dared not indulge in before tak?
ing your Liver Medicine, he can now
eat with impunity. Very truly,
The New York Sun tells us that Archi?
bald Campbell; formerly superintendent
of the Society for the Prevention of
Oruelty to Animals, has been arrested
for threatening to shoot an aged mother.
Is the Sun quite sure that Mr. Oampbell [
has not been wrongfully nooused?that j
the threat was not intended merely for'
his aged mother-in-law?
Mr.' Train, late of Newton, Mass., is a
funny fellow. He fell in love with his
maid servant, iu direct opposition to the j
commands of the Bible, and prevailed j
upon her to elope. Jnst as they got
everything in readiness, his wife pnt in
an appearance, but, nowise dismayed, he I
looked her up, and with the seductive |
maid ho departed for places unknown.
A Clinton (N. O.) student fonnd him?
self largely in debt at the ond of the
term, so he packed his olothes in a bar?
rel and sent them as far as Utica by a
eanal boat. He then filled his trunk
with hay, and his creditors levied an ex-1
eoution upon it at the depot. The stu?
dent looked on with grim satisfaction.
An old lady in Boston, who since the ]
great fire has several times been thrown
into a state of nervous excitement by
false alarms, thinks that the double sys?
tem of signals ought to bo invented?one
for false alarms and the other for real
The Boston Herald asks what eort of a
Christian is he who makes early prayers
und negleats to sprinkle ashes on his icy
sidewalk? Verily, he is no nearer the
? kingdom than he who scatters orange
peel about iu the summer.
A North Oarolinian, aged within four
years of r> century, is under indictment
for killing, his wife, a few years his
junior, and the extonuatiug plea offered
is that he was rendered insanely jealous
by her flirting with other young fellows.
A woman in male attire was arrested
in Kuoxvillo, Tonn., a few nights since.
She gave as an excuse that she could
more Bucoessfully find her missing hus?
band incog., especially as she believed
him to be pretty well soaked in oog-niao.
Some men never lose their presence
of mind. In Chicago, last week, a mon
threw hia mother-in-law out of the win?
dow in the fifth story of a burning build?
ing,' and then carried a feather bed down
in his arms.
A Chicago alderman, who had hoard jof |
the approaching "transit of Venus," re?
cently moved that the council bo od
' journed for one week, to permit the city
fathers to attend the show.
Troy, N. Y., boasts of the large num?
ber of Havana cigars it turns out every
Citizens' Savings Bank of 8. C.
ALL 8AVING8 DEPOSITS mado in this
bank on or beforo the 5th day of each
calendar month will bear interest for that
month as if deposited on tho 1st instant.
Fob 1 C J. 0. B. 8MITII, Asa't Cashier.
11 u i 8 t ? s
E. E. JACKSON,
X II Y THEM.
Lawyers, Take Notice.
THE second volume, now .aorioa, of BI
OHARDSON'B LAW REPORTS is now
rea 1 y. a nd forsale by H. Li BRYAN.
ALL NOTES duo and open accounts for]
1872 must be closed up. We truat this
notlee 1h all our frionda will want to make
them "come up."
Jan 5 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
Unprhoedkntei) 8CC0ES8.?Within the past
year, 200,000 boxes of Dr. Tutt'e Vegetable
Liver Fills have boen sold, acd not a eiugle
instaboe is known where they have failed to
give satisfaction. If you would enjoy life,
have a' flno appetito and robust health, use
AuausTA, November, 18G9.
Da. W. H. Tu-rr: It affords me much plea?
sure to testify to the great value of your
Llv*r Pills. Tbey are *U they are represented
to bo. In my opinion, there are no pills so
well adapted in tho Southern climate aa thuy
are. Yours truly, JOS. BBUMMEL,
Late of Biohmond, Ya.
Dr. TutCs Hair Dye U endorsed by the beat
Feb 4 ?_jGITl
A TTHPTi^ilVr!IjEA & PEBBIN8 I
KJJ\. U JL lXJAji 1 Worcestersh'e Sauce \
Buyers are cautioned to avoid the numerous
Counterfeits and imitations offered for sale.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS, New York,
Got 20 ily Agents for tho United States.
Headquarters Garden Seed
Heinitsk's Drug Store.
For Market and the Table.
CABTEB'S SUPEB1 INE EABLY?Tho oar
Early Jersey Wakcfleld?Standard early for
Early Winningstadt?Tho beet for all soils.
French Ox-Hoart?A very iopular oarly
Sohwelnfurt Quintal?Earliest of all Dram
Marble-head Mammoth?Tho largest in tho
Early Flat Dutch Cabbage?Approved by
Early Cone Cabbage?Better than Early
Early 8ugar-loaf? Highly prized as oarly.
Early Drum-head, Late Drumhead.
Lato Plat Dutch, Drum-head Savoy.
Qroon Olazed?Winter Cabbage.
EXTRA EARLY?OARACTACDS, curliest.
Early Kent, Early May.
Early Dan O'Rourke.
Barly Eugenie. Little Gem.
Long Pod Prolific.
All approved varieties, at reduced prices.
0*11 at HEINITSH'S
Jan 18 i__Drug Store.
THE power of Attorney issued to SAMUEL I
SAMPSON, to transact business for mojat |
Newberry, haa been revoked. All legal
?laims will be paid by me, and all persons in?
debted to me will make immediate settle?
ment. HARDY SOLOMON.
RIP VAN WINKLE
GRAND CLEARANCE SALES
At tho sign of tho INDIAN OIRL, are the
topioa of tho day. ODD BRANDS ofCIOARB
to bo sold CHEAP, CHEAP. CHEAPI
A STORE, on Main streut. Apulv to I
SEIBELS Sc, EZELL,
Jan 7 Boat Estate Agents
-i f\ BARRELS NORTHERN APPLES,
JLU 2 Barrels ORANBEBRIE8, Just re
oeivod and for sale bv HOPE ?t OYLES,
Mocha and Java Coffees.
BAQb Old Government JAVA,
10 pockots Pure Mocha.
For sale low by HOPE & GYLES.
Oats and Corn.
1f\f\f\ BUSHELS FEEDING OA'iS, I
,UUU 700 buahola Whito Corn, for
sale low for oash._ HOPE & GYLES.
pr f \ BARRELS EARLY ROSE and EARLY I
t)U GOODRICH, in fine order, and for aalo
hy _? HOPE A GYLES.
Eggs and Sweet Potatoes.
Itrn DOZEN freah EGGS,
1DU 2S buahels Spanish SWEET POTA
TOES. For Bale by HOPE fc GYLES.
' TONS SHORTS and WHEAT BRAN, for j
> sale by HOPE & ?YLJtS.
JpOR OVER FORTY YEARS this
LIVER MEDIOISE hse proved to bo tbo
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
for LIVER COMPLAINT and its painful off.
spring, DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Jaun?
dice, Sillous attacks, BIOK HEADACHE,'
Oolio, Depression of Spirits, SOUR STO?
MACH, Heartburn, CHILLS AND FEVER,
After years of careful experiments, to meet
a great and argont demand, we now prodaco
from our original Genuine Powders
a Liquid form of SIMMONS' LIVER REGU?
LATOR, containing all ita wonderful and valu?
able properties, and offer it in
ONE DOLLAR BOTTLES.
The Powders, (price as before,) $1.00 per
Sent by mail, $1.04.
S3- CAUTION I "V?
Roy no Powders or PREPARED SIMMONS'
LIVER REGULATOR unless in our engraved
wrapper, with Trade mark, Stamp and Signa?
ture unbroken. None other is genuine.
J. Ii. ZEILIN Ac CO.,
MAOON, OA., and PHILADELPHIA.
Sold by all Druggists.
Jan. 30, [8ept. IUI] ly._
THE GREAT CLEARANCE SALES
COMHZNOEB MONDAY, January 13,1873,
and continues fjr thirty days.
All WINTER GOODS will be sold without
regard to coat, FOR CABH ONLY.
Jan 12 lmo J. H. KINARD.
WITH THE VIEW
of closing out our entire
stock of Winter Goods,
we offer the following
articles at less than the
The stock of DRESS GOODS,
Boulevard Skirts, Knit Woolen
Goods and Millinery, at less
E. C. SHIVER & CO.
CALL at tho Faotory East of tbo
PoatOftlrro and oxamino quality,
workmanship and prices boforo pur?
chasing auction goods. Wo cannot
be undersold hi good vehicles.
M. J. OALNAN, Agent.
JOHN AG NEW, Proprietor.
K/\ BASKETS HEIDSICK CHAMPAGNE,
t)\ I 10 enaes Sparkling Catawba,
10 cases "Vix Rara." ?
10 oaaoa "Koiioy's" Island Wine.
10 cases "Hod Seal,"
3 cask* "Harmony Sherry,"
2 casks "Amontilado Sherry,"
2 caskr "Resere Madeira."
For aale ty HOPE A OYLES.
1 Case of SPRING
PRINTS just received
C. F. JACKSON'S.
Remnants of Embroi?
deries and Ribbons
G. F. JACKSON'S.
A Desirable Investment!
STATE, CITT OB COUNTY.
Three and One-half Per Cent. Per An.
CUABLOTTE, COL, & AEG, B. it.
8xveh ?Kn CENT.
Secured by a Mortgage on the entire Pro?
perty of the Road. Interest Payable
Semi-Annually, on the 1st of
January and 1st of July.
The Central National Bank,
OFFEBS for sales limited amonnt of above
mentioned BONDS, at the following rate?:
FIRSr MORTGAGE BONDS, (only $10,000 per
mile,) at 82 cents and accrued interest; SE?
COND MORTGAGE, (only ?5,000 per mile.)
at 75 cents and accrned interest, and recom?
mend thorn to Trustees aud others hiving
money to invest, as hoing th>o most desirable
security on the market, for the following rea?
sons, to wit:
Fibst.?They cannot de taxeo by theState,
County ob City. Tho United States Supreme
Court, in the caso of the Northern Central
Railroad vs. Jackson, (sec 7 Wallace, Supreme
Court U. S , pago2C7,) decided that, when a
Railroad mortgago is a joint ono.on property
lying in two or moro States, the bonds se?
cured thereby arc not liable to bo; taxed by
either of tho States; and tho samo principle
relieves them from taxation by Connty, City,
or Town. Tho Charlotte. Columbia and An- f
gnsta bonds are secured by a joint mortgage
on property lying in North Carolina, South
Carolina and Goorgia.
Seoond.?Uecauso they are absolutely safe, -
being secured by a first mortgage of only
(10,000, and a second mortgage of only $5,000
per milo on the entiro read from Charlotto to
Augusta, and on all the workshops, bridges,
franchise and equipments of said road.
Tuibd.?Because the ealo of the first mort?
gage bonds will extinguish the floating debt
of the road, and tho proceeds of the second
mortgage bonds will bu exclusively applied
to improving tho road and adding to its
equipments; thna enhancing the value of the
JFoubtu?Becauao the bonds are coupon
hODds, and the interest payable in Now York,
Charlotte, Columbia or Augusta, at the op?
tion of the holder. Thus th <y can be col?
lected tbrongh any bank without exponae.
Fiftu.?The business of the Road is rapidly
increasing, and the property and franobise
daily becoming moro valuable?the net earn?
ings for the last five months being over fifty
per cent, more than for the corresponding
months of the preceding year.
Sixth ?Theao Bonds aro practically re
dsemable in gold, for specie payment will cor*
tainly bu resumed boloro their maturity. In?
vestors will, therefore, buy with greenbacks
worth 87j cents, aud receive their pay at par
?thus adding a profit of over tuiktv cents
' on the dollar on the First Mortgage Bonds.'
and ovEit tiiibty-seven oektb on the Second
Mortgage Bonds, and in the meantime receiv?
ing a high rato of interest,
j Finally.?Ab tbeso Bonds have a fixed
value in New York, Charlotte, Columbia and
Aaguata, thoy aro considered good collate?
rals, on which money uau always be borrowed
for tomporary purpose a.
JOHN B. PALMER, Presidout.
A. G. RuKNiZKR, Cashior. Jan '61
Dry Goods Establishment
W. D. LOVE & CO.
PREPARATORY to taking our yearly in?
ventory, we have reduced the prinea of
our winter stock, witli a view to close them
out, to make room for an extensive and at?
tractive line of SHU NO GOODS.
Our Bargain Oountors contain a great
many CUEAP GOODS.
Wo invite all to oall and get some of the
bargaina. at the GRAND CENTRAL DRY
GOODS ESTABLISHMENT, corner Main and
Plain streets, under the Wheolor House.
W. D. Lovb, I W. D. LOVE A CO.
B. B. MoCbbkby. j Jan 12
A RARE CHANCE
? FOR A ?
BEING dcsirona of changing my businOBB,
I offer for salo tho entire stock of tbo
BUM. ALE, CIGARS, etc.,
And nil tho fixtures necessary to carry on a
FIltST CLASS BAU and RESTAURANT.
Tho houao is conveniently located, and ar?
ranged for privato or transient Boarders, and
now ei jovn a fair patronage. It contains
ten FUtiNISUED ROOMS, besides two DIN?
ING ROOMS, front and back, BAR ROOM
and KITCHEN. Attached to the OBtablish
ment is a fino Cock-Fit, Stablos for Horses,
oto. For further particulars, apply to or
address P. HAMILTON JOYNEB,
Dec 11_? Columbia, 8. C.
CAROLINA NATIONAL BANE
BEVEN FEB CENT.
CITY OP COLUMBIA,
Secured by a Sinking Fund. Coupons secured
by an Annual Tax end Receivable for City
Taxes. Bonds non-taxable by trie City.
Bond Bebt of the City Limiten by Law to
$600,000. Taxable Property 0/ the City
THE BONDS offered are authorized by an
Act of Aasombly approved March 13,
1872, for tbo conatruotion of the new City
Hall. Their final redemption is, by the terms
of said Act, secured by a "sinking fund," to
bo accumulated from tbo annual rents of the
building. Theso rents will reaob from $8,000
to $10,OJO per annum; and the Carolina Na?
tional Bank holds a lien of the building for a
term of twenty years, as trustoo, with power
to collect the rents and hold the same invest?
ed as a fund for the redemption of the bonds.
By said Act a epecial annual taxis required
to bo levied to pay the aimi-annual coupons,
and the Carolina National Bank is made the
trustee of the city to receive the taxes when
collected and to pay the coupons. The cou?
pons aro also receivable for city taxes.
Tho taxable property of the" city is at pre?
sent assessed at $7,000,0C0; and by said Act
tho bond debt of tbo city cannot be increased
beyond $000.000 whilst these bonds aro out
itnuding. Tho bonds aro exempt by law from
These bonds are offered to the public at
eighty nott. with* interest from date of pur
uhaeo to January 1, 1873, allowed in ecttlo- 1
ment. After thai date, tho accrued iutercst
to be added.
To citizens of Columbia theso bonds will1
give au income of 121 percent., a* may be
soen from tho following statement:
Seven por cent, bonds, at 75,
annual interest.9$ percent.
Nlnoteen yearn to run, average
. inoreaaoper annum. 11 per cent.
City tax saved..*._2 percent.
Average annual income.12}
MRS. O. E. REED has been
awarded the highest premiums,
for 1871 and 1872, for tbo BEST
I MILLINERY, consisting of
Ladies' and Children's BON?
NETS, HATS and CAPS. Ladios'
Underware, Hair, and Fancy
Articles of every description,
which will be >old at reduced
prices. The public in general
are invited to call and see fcr themselves bo
fore purchasing ola"where._Dec 7
NEW JUVENILE BOOKS. London edi
New standard works for libraries.
New Novels, in cheap binding.
Alao, a fresh stock of WRITING DESKS.
Portfolios, Gold Pens, Pen-Knives, Pocket
Booka, Photograph Albums of all sizes, Fancy
Brackets and Book Shelves, and a general
variety of Letter, Note and Cap Papers, En?
velopes and Fancy Stationery, for sale by
Nov 5_Bt L. BRYAN.
COLUMBIA, S. 0., Deoembeb 27, 1872.
ON and after Janu?
ary 1,1873, I shall ex?
pect all persons hiring
teams at Dexter Stables to PAY for same as
Boon as ui>ed: and if strangers wish to hire
teams, they must PAY IN ADVANOE.
All persons indebted to Boyco A Co. mnat
make payment immediately, or tbeir acceunta
will bo put into hands of magistrate for col?
Dec 29 For Boyoe A Co.
THIS HOUSE, eituated at Ninety-Six,
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, hr.s
been thoroughly renovated and refurutahed.
Tbo traveling public may rest assured that
tbey will be furnished with accommodations
eocond to nono in the State, at reasonable
rAtcB. SANDERS A RRO.,
Jan 9 Proprietors.
f\ KITS Mobs and No. 1 MACKEREL.
t>V/ 50 Half and Whole Barrels, Is, 2a, la.
50 Boxes Scaled Herrings.
500 George's Codfish.
For sale low by_HOPE A GYLES.
C &rris ^"gb.
A LARGF STOCK of TOP and
OPEN BUOGIES, ROCKAWAYS,
CARRIOLE ITS, PILE TONS, and a lato style
of English Dt g Gart, for sale at very roaaon
ablo prices, at tho Repository, corner Ladj
and Aeaombly streets.
i??Tl7 W. K. GREENFIELD.
JUST reoeived, a lot of ohoioe MINCE
BALES TIMOTHY HAY, for sale low
for cash. HOPS A GYLES.
A OanTAiN Cube roa Chyt.l? ??d Fever?
first take tbe Blood and Liver Pills, to work
off the bile and purify the blood; three or
lour will be snffioient. Then take a table
sapoonfulof HRINITSH'S CHILL CURE. It
Baa been triad; we know it
TO CLOSE BUSINESS! /
NO H U MB TJ a 1
WE will eoll our whole and entire aloek
CUSTOM-MADE CLOTH I NO, HATS
CAPS and GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS
below cost, to oIobo business. All persons in
need of anything in oar line should by al
means embrace thia opportunity.
S. 8TBAUS A BRO.,.
Jan 9 Under Columbia Hotel.
FALL AND WINTER
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS! 11
WE are receiving and will continue to re
ceivo through the season the best
That cannot be surpassed, if equated, by any *
Cnstom-made. Wo have the -very., latest,
fashions in Meltons, Diagonals, Cheviot
Beavers, Tricots, Black Dress Frock, Blaok
Doe Pants, French and American Dreaa
Tests, Cloth. Silk and Silk Velvet.
A spendid line of Men's, Y bs' and Boye*
Cheviot and Neglfgen Half Hoec, Under-wear,
Cardigan Jackets, Neck Wear, Suspenders,
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Shawls, Car
pots and Traveling Bags.
BILK HATS?FALL STYLE.
3*Wo have marked our Goods for net cash.
KIN ARD & WILEY
IL'I W. C. oWAFFlil
BE daily receiving additions to their ele?
gant stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
An entirely new line of
MEN'S,BOYS' AND CHILDREN'8
In our Custom Department we are exhibit?
ing the ohoioest patterns of foreign and do
C?SS1MERES AND VESTINGS.
Give us a call.
E. & W. C. 8WAI FIELD.
2 0 0,000
In great varieties.
GRAND arrival of now and imprcvodStaple
Also, fine CUTLERY and FANCY ARTI?
CLES, auitable fur Ladies and Gentlemen.
A visit to this Honso may amnao and induce
yon to purohaae.
THE BLANK BOOK HAXL'FACTOBT
Is in full operation. State. County. Bank
and Railroad Offices and Buainess Houses of
all kinds supplied with Books, Buled to any
pattern, with printed Heading, when re?
quired, in all styles of Binding, at ehortaat
notico and living prices.
E. B. 8T0KE8,
Nov 24_Main street, Colombia, 8. O.
A A A CA8E8 CA.NNED GOODS,
<?UU 100 boxes CANDY,
60 boxes SOAP,
200 barrels FLOUR,
100 barrels Whiskey,
100 dozen Axos,
200 dozen Pocket Knives,
100 dozen pairs Trace Cliaiim.
100 dozon boor and Pad-Locks,
100 bundles Ties.
100 bales Magging.
For pale to-day, at New York pricea ani car?
riage, having been purchased mainly before
the late inflated pricoa.
Jan 6_ L?RICK A LOWRANOE.
Oats, Bras, &o.
QAA BUSHELS FEEDING OATS.
OUU ?.OOO Iba. Bran and Bhip Stuff,
yor jiale by_?OPB ? GiLBS.
Building Lot for Sale.
SUITABLE for the erection of TWOor tnora
Houses. Located corner of Lumber anal
Bull btreets. Measures 108 feet each way.
Terma cash. Apply at thia OCtee.