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Lr ??rT*Itt^H/?e8p?^o'fnT, drowsy,
debihtated, havoi ><reqoent. headache*,
mouth tastes badly, poo* appetite arid
tonga* coated,..you axo Buffering from
torpid-live*,' o*."BiUau*noeBj' Nothing
willWfaret you bo speedily and perma?
nently M Dr. Pieroe'e Golden Medioal
Discovery. ./I .),--.?
"Can't Do Without Jt."?This is
what the stage and horso-car companies,
livory-Btablo keepers, i members of the
turf, and all grooms and trainers say of
the Mustang Liniment, They "oan't do
without it." And why? Beoauso it in?
fallibly reduces the oxter pal swelling's,
&e., -.vhinh, under vutious names, impair
tho usefulness and value of the king of
quadrupeds, and also because, for sprains,
strains, galls and other injuries to which
horse flesh'is liable, it is tho most trust?
worthy preparation in the market. Yet
these reoommendalions comprise only a
portion of its claims to public oonfldenco.
During a period of more than sixteen
years, it has been recognized as a specific
for many of: thoumost agonizing disor?
ders which uilliot the human family?
suoh as rheumatism, goat, neuralgia,
lumbago, ticdoloronx, soro throat, ear?
ache, tooth-nclie; and, likewise, as a
peerless application for outs, bruisea,
burns and soalds. J 18 30 '
The women (bless them) give us men
no chance of Monopolizing fame. When?
ever anybody of the' virile sort distin?
guishes himself by doing anything,
somebody of what is absurdly called the
opposite sex, .goes and does it just aa
well as he does, if hot a little bettor.
In preventing cruelty to animals, Mr.
Bergh has fondly.thought.that he stood
alone, but he is mistaken, for Augasta,
Ga., boasts a femalo Bergh, Miss LouiBa
King, to wit: who has come to the resoae
of our dumb animals in that oity, and
goeB about enforcing ? the laws in their
favor with great activity and enthusiasm.
She is now engaged in getting a special
bill in ..behalf of .the poor creatures
through the House, aud lobbies in its
behalf with the-skill oud pertinacity of
a Washington veteran.
. -7/ j m -
Another Movement to Increase Na?
tional Salaiues.?The Honse Judiciary
Committee, six of the nine members j
being present, recently agreed to a bill
increasing- the salaries of the several
officials montioned to the following sums:
The President, 850,000; the Vioo-Presi?
dent, 610,000; the. Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court, $10,600; the Associate I
Justices of the Supreme Court, $10,000; I
the Speaker, 010,000; members of both
Houses of. Congress, 88,000. The bill
abolishes all payments for mileage, and
substitutes therefor a provision that]
members shall bo entitled only to such'
amounts aa they may state under oath
they have incurred as expenses going and
coming from their homes.
. ?. ?r-,'fii ???-?-:
"What do you oall that?" indignantly
asked n easterner, at a cheap restaurant,
pointing oat an object that | he had dis?
covered in hi? plate of hash. "Wrist?
band, with sleeve-button attached, sir,"
said the waiter, briskly. . "Well, do you
consider that a proper thing for a man
to find in his hash? asked the customer,
In wrath. "Good heavens, air I" cried
tho waiter, "would you expect to find a
ten dollar silk umbrella in a fifteen
cent plate of hash?"
You are snobbed in New York if you
haven't a tortoise shell belt with a Bilver
bnokle.
Boarders.
MR8. R. NEWSOM, residing on Richland
street, betwoon Lincoln and Gates, ia
now preparod to accommodato six Bteady
boarders, including a lady andgontloman.
Fob 4_
. Mules and Horses.
Mhl FIFTY head ot Kentucky <*?
CpSB MULES und HOUSES, ?uit- A^-TCN
??'^'I1, for all purposes? some f; V
of them partionlarly Uno. Cau he
seen at Daly'? Stable.
_Feb4_6__ R. GRAHAM A CO. _
Citizens' Savings Bank of S. C.
ALL RAVINGS DEPOSITS made in this
Rank on or bofore the 5th day of each
calendar month will bear interest for that
month as if dopoaitod ou the 1st instant.
Fob 16 J. C. R. SMITH, Asb'J. Cashier.
F
Notice.
ALL NOTES due and open accounts for
J372 mu">t bo closed tip. Wo trust this
notice is all or.r frionda will want to make
them "come up."
Jan 5 _ . L?RICK A LOWRANOE.
Thorbarn's Garden SetJds,
.'iI'SVT and good, for aale bv
.Jan 28 _ !l?zb ^L?YrjE?L_
New Orleans Syrnp.
1 {\ BARRELS' Now Crop' NEW ORLEANS
I \J SY^UP, ef very superior quality, for
aal? by HOPE A GYLES.
Apples! Apples!
ti\BARRELS NORTHERN APPLES,
jaj' 2 Barrels GRANfiKRRIES, jnsl ro
?r.ivcd and for salo by HOPE A GYLES.
Eggs and Sweet Potatoes.
1/r /\ DOZEN fresh EGGS,
p)Vr 25buehels Spanish SWEET POTA
lOEi. For salo by HOPE fc GYLES.
BY J A. LBY. COL
Notice: '
THE power of Attornoy issued Id SAMUEL
SAMPSON, to transact business for rueTat
Nowbdrry, has boon revoked. All legal
claims will be paid by mo, and all porsons in?
debted to me will mjk? immediate settle?
ment. HANDY/SOLOMON.
Jan 20_'
WILLIAM GLAZB,
DKAI.KIl IN
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
SETS DIAMOND. PEARL, 00
?RAL and GOLD, full and half;
[DIAMOND It IN OS and
(BROOCHES; Jowolry in Jot and
?Gold, in varioty; SILVER?
WARE, 13 HID AL PRESENTS, Spouns. Forku,
.V.o.- Qoblets, Cups, Plated Ware, a full stock;
Military and Fanoy Goods, Household Qoods,
Guns, Pistols and Sporting Goods.
N. B_Watohes, Clockfl and Jowolry RE
PA IRED at short nolioo, in tho beat style. AH
work warranted.
Orders from tho countrv promptly attended
to WILLIAM GLAZE,
Three doors below Wheeler House.
? Jan gg_t!3
RIP VAN WINELB
GRANDCLEAIIANCE SALES
i
At tho Bignof tho INDIAN GIRL, aro tho
topics of tho day. ODD BRANDS orCiaARS
to bo sold CHEAP, CHEAP, CHEAH
Jan 25 '_j
To Bent,
tA STORE, on Main street. Apply to
SEIBELS A EZELL,
Jan 7 Roal Estato Agents.
10
Mooka and Java Coffees.
BAGS Old Government JAVA,
10 pockots Pure Mocha.
For sale low by_HOPE & GYLES. |
Oats and Corn.
BUSHELS FEEDING OATS,
?XJlJU 700 bushels Whito Corn, for
salolow foroaah._HOPE A GYLES.
Seed Potatoes.
PA BARRELS EARLY ROSE and EARLY
?>vJ GOODRICH, in fine order, and for sale
bjj_HOPE A GYLE3.
Oorn Whiskey.
IJURE MOUNTAIN CORN WHISKEY.
. Also, a lot of four year old MALT OORN
WHISKEY. Warrantcdpuro.
Jan 23_ JOHN O. SEEGERS.
BAIICEI. W. MELTON, D. U. CIIA Mil HUI. AI N ,
Attorney-General. Ex-Attorney-General.
. MELTON & CHAMBERLAIN,
Attorneys and Counsellors ul Law,
COLUMBIA, 8. O,
WILL practico in all tho Courts of this
State, and in tho United States Courts
for the District of South Carolina.
OfilcoB at Columbia, S. 0., in tho State
House, and in the Carolina National Bank
building, up stairs._ _Jan 3J)mo
:p^aria^urse?ies7~
Etlablislted 1850.
ITIHE proprietor has a large and thrifty
X stock of Southern and aoclimatcd FRUIT
TREES, from the earliest to tho latest. Ap?
ples, Peaches, Pears, Plums. Cherries, Apri?
cots, Nectarines, Quinces, Medlars, I'ome
granatoB, Ever-bearing Mulberries, Figs,
English Walnuts, Spauish Chestnut?, Fil?
berts, Grapes, In groat variety; Raspberries,
8trawberry Plants, all tho nest; Roses,
Dahlias, Gladiolus. Verbena*, Violets, Ac;
Ornamental Flowering [Shrubs, Kvorgreone,
for Cemeteries aud Lawn, in greet variety;
Osago, Orange and Macartney Roeee, for'
hedges; Horse Radish and Asparagus Roots,
particularly adapted to our climate. A de?
scriptive catalogue cent to all applicants.
Mr. John White is my Agent at Columbia.
Address, WM. SUMMER,
Nov24 3mof Pomnria. H. C.
Cheap Pictures.
AS there is a demand for cheap pictures,
wo have made arrangcmculs to maku
any kind ?>f PICTURE, and as cheap as any?
where in the world. Four Tintypes for tl;
sixtocu PhotographB, "cheap;" i'l; our hue
Pictures at tho old prices. Come one, come
all, and seo for yourself.
WEAUN* A H1XS
Dec 12 3mo Now Art Oallery, Main Htrett.
Due West Female Collepc.
THIS is, as to its present nrgani
satiou, tho oldest Female College
A o^uHHHMjUei i f 'iCrd t ca c her
'of H |k Modern i.an
K""fiH Bib been added
to the Farult?Bj HP of Dr. Henri
Aimiusel, of OefWI HBr.;.d.
The aclvaiila>;ea^swWp5Fl to the hetl, and
the expenses as reaebrablo as llmeo ot any
good institution.
Over Ouo hundred pupils uro hot prevent.
Thero is room for a few more.
Apply at once to
J. I. BONNER, President,
Duo West, Abbevillo County, S. C.
Jan 2."? _ lmo
Southern Medicines
I*0R SOUTHERN PEOPLE. Medicines for
the South, prepared at the South, from
indigenous roots of tho South, for all diseases
incident to tho South.
Prepared by HEIN1TSH, Chemist.
A great achievement. Twenty years ago,
to havo said that such a Drng Establishment
as UEINITSEI'S, for the manufacture of
McdicincB for tho South, would bo a sucooss,
would have been regarded aschomerical. But
such is the fact; suocoss ever attends well-ap?
pointed means, and upon this bane wo pro
poso to go on, and ?fter to the ailheted the
only remedieB worth trying:
Heiottuh's QUEEN.S DELIGHT, for the
Blood.
Heinileh'a BLOOD AND LIVER PJLLS, for
the Liver.
Hoinitsh's , KIN A CHILL CURE, for tho
Chills.
Uelnituh's COUGH EXPECTORANT, Stan?
ley, for tho Cough.
Hetn?Rh's CRIMSON TETTER WASH, for
the Tatter.
Hciuituh's QUAKER LINIMENT, lot Rhou
matism.
For sale, wholesale and retail, at
E. n. HEINITfln'S
Jan Bi t Drug and Chemical Store.
''Let oar fast Censures
JMBIA, Si C., WEDNESDAY
SELLING OFF!
WINTER STOCK!
TUE GREAT CLEARANCE SALES
WINTER GOODS!
COMMENCES MONDAY, January 13,1873,
and continues for thirty duyu.
All WINTER GOODS will bo aold without
regard to coat, FOR CASH ONLY.
Jan 12 Imo_J. H. KINARD.
WITH THE VIE W
of closing out our entire
stock of Winter Goods,
we offer the following
articles at less than the
regular prices:
BLANKETS, CAS
SIMERES, JEANS,
FLANNELS, UNDER-SHIRTS,
PURS, &c.
The stock of DRESS GOODS,
Boulevard Skirts, Knit Woolen
Goods and Millinery, at less
than oost.
R. C. SHIVER & CO.
Jvn 5
CO
02
3 Q
g O 3
?3
?
pq B
2 fx *
* CARRIAGES
ANO
BUGGIES! j
tIALL at tho Factory East or the
J Poet Ofllce and oxnmiuo nnality.
workmanship and prices before pr.r
chabing auction goods. Wu oannut
bo undersold in koo'I vehicles.
M. J. CALK AN, Agent.
JOHN AG NEW, 1'ioprictor.
Jan 11
Choice Wines.
t?(\ BASKETS HEIDSICK CHAMPAGNE,
ej" 7 10 caa?e Sparkling Catawba,
10 caeca "Vix Rara."
10 oaaes "Kolley'a" Island Wine.
10 caae8 "Red Seal,"
3 oaakj "Harmony Sherry,"
2 oaaka "Amontilado Shci ry,'*
2 caskr "Resoro Madeira."
For salo by HOPE A GYLES.
Now is the Time.
OA fiAf. LRa- BACON, al the IowobI
JVJ prices over offorcd in ?Ms
oountry. Will mako contracts to deliver al
anytime during tho coning season,at present
prices.
We pay no rent, pay no interest, do most or
our work ourrolves, do moro bneinosa with
tho a&mo as pen so than an; freau? in the
State, and can and will off or inducements in
prloa?._L?RICK A LOWRANOE.
Cow Feed.
5TONS SHORTS and WHEAT BRAN, for
sale by HOPE A GYLES.
Attend the T:
FEBRUARY. 5, 18
1 Case of SPRING
PRINTS just received
at
C. F. JACKSON'S.
Remnants of Embroi?
deries and Ribbons
cheap, at
G. F. JACKSON'S.
Jau 31
A Desirable Investment!
NOT TAXABLE
BY TUE
STATE, CITY OR COUNTY.
A SAVING
of nearly
Three and One-half Per Cent. Per An.
CHARLOTTE, COL. & AUG. 1 il.
SEVEN FED CENT.
COUPON BONDS,
Secured by a Mortgage on lite entire Pro?
perty of the Road. Interest Payable
Semi-Annually, on the 1st of
January and 1st of July.
The Central National Bank,
UP COl.U.UIUA,
OFFERS for caloalimited amount of above
mentioned RONDS, at the following rate-:
FIRST MORTGAGE RONDS, (only $10.000 per I
mile,) at 82 cents and acoraod interest; SE?
COND MORTGAGE, (only $5.000 per mile.)
at 75 conts and accrned intereat, and recom?
mend them to Trustees and others hiving
money to invest, ab being tho most desirable
security on the market, for tho following rea?
sons, to wit:
FlUST.?tuey osnnot be taxed BY the rtate,
County ob City. Tho United States Supreme
Court, in tho case of tho Northern Central
Railroad us. Jackson, (see 7 Wallace, Supreme
Court U. 8 , page2C7,) decided that, when a
Railroad mortgago is a joint one, on property
lying in two or moro Mates, tho b>.>ndH so
cured thereby are not liable to bo, taxed by
cither of the States; and the smiio principle
relieves them from taxation by County, Oily,
or Town. The Charlotte, Columbia and Au?
gusta bonds are secured by a joint mortgage
ou property lying in North Carolina, South
Carolina and O oorgia.
Second.?BecauBO thoy are absolutely safe,
beiug secured by a first mortgago of only
$10,0C0, and a second mortgago of only $5.00*0
pur milo ou tho entiro road from Chai lotto to
Augusta, and on all tho workshops, bridges,
franchiso and equipments of said road.
Third.?Because the Bale of the first mort?
gage bonds will extinguish the lloating debt
of tho road, and tho proceeds of the second
mortgago bunds will be exclusively applied
to improving tho road and adding to its
equipments; tbuB enhancing the vaiuo of the
property mortgaged.
gFouiiTU ?Because tl.c bonds are coupon
bonds, and (he interest payable in Now York,
Charlotte, Colombia or Augusta, at the op?
tion of tho holder. Thus th yean bo col?
lected through any bauk without exponso.
Firm.?Tlio business of the Road is rapidly
increasing, and tho properly and franchise
daily becoming more valuable?the not earn?
ings* for the last live mouths being over fifty
per cent, more than for the corresponding
months of tho prtcodiug year.
SlXTIl ?These Bondb are practically re?
deemable m gold, for Bpccie payment will cer?
tainly be resumed betoro their mal nrity. In-1
vestors will, therefore, buy with greenbacks
worth 87j cunts, and receive their pay at par
?thus adding a profit of over ihiuty.ci.nis
on tho duller on the First Mortgage Jlonds,'
and over TimtTY-si.vr.x cents on the .Vl'coihiI
Mortgage Hands, ami in the meantime receiv?
ing a high rate of intereat.
1'in.w.ly.?As these Hondo hsvi a iix<d
value in New York, Charlotte, Columbia and
Augusta, thev aro considered good collate
rals. on which money can always be borrowed
fur temporary purposes
JOU.N it. I'AI.MKil, President.
A. O. P-aENiZER, Cashier. Jan 31
IE 8l 1 Hi EIS
0 I. A I.' h C KM X jx A I
Dry Goods Establishment
of
W. ?. LOVE & CO.
PREPARATORY to taking our yearly in
^_ veutory, wo have reduced the prices of
our wirter stock, with a view to close them
out, to make room for an extensive and at?
tractive lino of SPRING GOODS.
Our Rargain Conntera contain a great
many CHEAP GOODS.
Welnvito all to call and get some f f tho
bargaiiiH. at the GRAND CENTRAL DRY
GOODS ESTABLISH MENT, corner Main and
Plain streets, under tho Wheeler House.
W. D. Love, 1 W. D. LOVE A CO.
B. B. McObeeby. { Jan 12
rue Event."
173. VOL. VIII?NO. 272.
A RARE CHANCE
for a
(001IPBSTMT.
BETNO desirous of changing my business,
I offer for ealo the cntiro stock of too
Exchange House,
CON8I8TINO of
BRANDIES. WINES,
WHISKIES, OINS,
HUM, ALE, OIGAR8, oto..
And all tbo fixtures neceeeary to cairy on a
FIRST CLASS BAR and RESTAURANT.
The bouse is conveniently located, and ar?
ranged for privato or transient Boarders, and
now enjovB a fair patronage It contains
ten FUkNISHED ROOMS, beaidos two DIN?
ING ROOMS, front and back, BAR ROOM
and KITCHEN. Attached to tbe establish?
ment is a fino Cock-Fit, Stables for Horses,
otc. For further particulars, apply to or
addresB P. HAM ILTON JOYNER,
Deo 11_Columbia, B. C.
FOR SALE
at tue
CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK
BEVEN FEU CENT.
COUPON BONDS
or TUE
CITY OF COLUMBIA,
Secured by a Sinking Fund. Coupons secured
by an Annual Tux and Receivable for City
Taxes. .Bonds non-taxable by the City.
Bond Bebt of the City Limited by Laio to
fGOO.OOO. Taxable Property of the City
$7,000,000.
THE BONDS offered aro authorized by an
Act of Assembly approved March 13,
1872, for the construction Of the new City
Hall. Tbeir final redemption is, by the terms
of said Act, aeenrod by a "sinking fund," to
be accumulated from tbo annual rents of the
building. Tbeso rents will reach from $8,000
to $10,0U0 per annum; and the Carolina Na?
tional Bank holds a lien of the building for a
term of twenty years, as trustoe, with power
to collect tbo reuts and hold the earns invest?
ed as a fnnd for tho redemption of the bonds.
By said Act a special annnAl taxis required
to bo levied to pay the Bimi annual coupons,
and tho Carolina National Bank la made the
trustee of the city to rcceivo tho taxes when
oollectcd and to pr ? the coupons. The cou?
pons are aleo reef ivable for city taxes.
The taxablo property of the* aity is at pre
I sent assessed at Vi,000.0t0; and by said Act
tho bond dobt of the city cannot bo increased
bcyoud 1G0O.O0O whiltt tbeso bonds are out
itanding. The bonds are exempt by law from
city taxation.
Tbeso houds arc uffercd to the public at
eighty nett, with interest from date of pur?
chase to January l. 1S73, allowed in settle?
ment. Aftor that dato, tho accrued iutercst
to bo added.
Tocitizonu of Columbia these bondB will
give an income of 12 j percent., n? may bo
aeen from the following statement:
Soven per cent, bonds, at 75,
animal interest.9} per cent.
Nineteen years to run, avorago
incrtaeopor annum.JJporcent.
City tax saved.2 percent.
Avorago annual income.12J
Deo 11_
Millinery.
MRS. C. E. REED has been
awarded tho highest premium*,
for 1871 and 1872, for the BEST
; MILLINERY, coneinting of
Ladies' and Children's BON?
NETS, HATS and CAPS. Ladica'
Undorware, nair, and Fancy
Articles of every description,
which will be sold at reduced
prices. The public in general
are invited to call and too f r the maelvoe bo
fore miri'liRHinp elsewhere. D?*c 7
New Publications.
NEW JUVENILE BOOKS. London edi
Hons, illustrate d.
New standard works forHbtarice.
New Novel*; in cheap binding.
Also, a fn-hh stock of WRITING DESKS.
Portfolios, Gold Pens, Pen-Knives, Pocket
Book?, Photograph AlbmuBuf allsizes, Fancy
Brackets and Book Shelves, and a general
variety of Letter, Note and Cap Papers, En?
velopes aud Faucv Stationery, for sale by
K*ov5 ILL. BRYAN.
DEXTER STABLES,
COLUMBIA, S. C, December 27, 1872.
ON and aftor Jaun
r/">ry 1, 1873, I ehall ex
pi ct all persons hiring
loami ill DcxW-r Stahle*? lo TAY for name as
soon as u-r<l: and if atramrers wish to hire
team*, thev must PAY IN ADVANCE.
All portons iudebted to Boyco & Co. must
make pa\m< nt immrdiaU ly.or their accounts
will he nut into httod<? of magistrate for col?
lection. C. H. PETTING ILL.
Occ 2'.? For Poyoe A Co.
Sanders House.
I mills HOUSE, iitnated at Ninety-six.
JL Greenville and Columbia Railroad, bus
I been thoroughly renovate?l and refurnished.
The traveling public may rest assured that
thev will be furnished with aocommodiuiouo
second to none in tho stale, at reasonable
i rales. SANDERS & RRO.,
JanO _Proprietors.
New Mackerel,
p" /\ KITS Mosb and No. 1 MACKEREL.
tj\J 50 Half aud Whole Barrela, Is, 2s. Is.
f>0 Roxcp Scalod norrings.
600 George's Codfirh.
For sale low by HOPE A GYLES.
Carriages.
A LARGE STOCK of TOP and
S^SFOPEN R0O0IE8, R00KAWAY8,
CASRIOLETTS, PH.El'ONS, and a late style
of EnglUh Dt g Cart, for sale at very reason?
able prices, at the Ropoeitory, corner Ladj
and Assomblv streets.
Novl7 " W. K. GREENFIELD.
Mince Meat.
rUST recoivod, a lot of ohoico MINCE
MEAT. QEO. RYMMKRS.^
Western Hay.
RALES TIMOTHY HAY, for sale low
for cash._HOPE A OYLES.
A Certain Cuue for Cutlu ajidFxvrr?
First take tho Blood and Liver Pills, to work
oft* tho bile and pnrify tbo biood; three or
four will bo snftlcient. Thon take a tablo
apoonfnlof HEINIT8H'S CHILL OURE. It
tlasboontried; we know it
100
SKITJB HUT
BELOW COST!
TO CLOSE BUSINESS!
VSO HUMBUG!
WE will ?oll our whole and ontiro stock
CUSTOM-MADE CLOTHING, HATS
CAPS and GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS
below coat, to oloso baaineeB. All persons in
need of anything in our lino ebould by al
moans embrace tbis opportunity.
S. STRAUB A RRO.,
Jan 0 _Under Columbia Hotel.
FALL AND WINTER
CLOTHING
EATS, CAPS
AND
GENTS' F?RNISD1KG GOODS!!!
E are receiving and will continue to re?
ceive through tho season tho best
W
Ready-made Clothing
That oannot be surpassed, if equaled, by any
OuBtom-made. We have tho very latest
fashions in Meltons, Diagonal, Cheviot
Be&verB, Tricots, Black Drees Frock, Black
Doo Pants, French and American Dress
I Vests, Cloth, Silk and Silk Velvet.
A hnondid lino of Men's, Y>??'*? ?' and Boys"
DNDER-CLOTHlNGjWhito ana Fancy Shirts,
Cheviot and Negligee Half Hoeo, Undc wear,
Cardigan Jackets, Nrcl: Woar, Suspenders,
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Shawls, Car
pots and Traveling Rags.
SILK HATS?FALL STYLE.
49" Wo have marked our Goods for netossh.
EINABD & WILEY.
Pot 1_
tm mm
\ RE daily receiving additions to their elo
rY, gant stock of
CLOTHING, HATS
GESTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
An entirely new line of
MEN'S,BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
HATS,
Just received.
1
In our Custom Department we are exhibit?
ing the choicest patterns of foreign and do
moatio
CASSIMERES AND TESTINGS.
Give us a call.
R. & W. C. SWAL FIELD.
Dec 19
2 O 0,0 OO
In great varieties.
ENVELOPES!
GRAND arrival of new and improvcdStaplfc
and Fancy
STATIONERY!
Also, fine CUTLERY and FANCY ARTI?
CLES. Huitable for Ladies and Gentlemen.
A visit to this Ilou -e may amuse and induce
you to purchase.
THE BLANK BOOK MARlTACTORl
BOOK BINDERY
Is in full operation. State, County. Bask
, und hnilroad C flk'CB and Business Houses of
all kinds supplied with Books, Ruled to any
pattern, with printed Heading, when re?
quired, in all styles of Binding, at shortest
notice and living prices.
E. B. STOKES,
Nov 24 Main street, Columbia, S Q.__
Just Received.
A A A CASES CANNED GOODS,
*?\ f\t 100 boxes OANDY,
60 boxes SOAP,
200 barrels FLOUR,
100 barrels Whiskey,
100 dozen Axes,
200 dozon Pocket Knives,
100 dozen pairs Tr*co Chains,
100 dozou Door and Tad-Locks,
100 bundles Ties,
100 bale* Ragging. ?
For sale to-day. st N< w York pneos ann car?
riage, having been purchased mainly before
the late Inflatod prices.
Jan 6 _ L?RICK ft LOWRANOB.
Oats, Bran, &c.
OAA BUSHELS FEEDING OATS.
Ov/v/ 0.000 lbs. Bran and Bhip Stuff.
" For sale by_HOPE A QYLB8.
Building Lot for Sale.
SUITABLE for the oreotion of TWOor mors
Houses. Located corner of Lumber and
Bull streets. Measures 108 feet each way.
Terms cash. Apply at this Offlse.

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