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THE DAILY
'Let our just Censure*
Attend the True Event/
BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY G, 1873. VOL. VIII?NO. 273.
. . Lt tou nun dn&? despondent, drowsyv
debilitated, have frequent headaches,
mouth taatea badly, poor appetite and
tongue coated, yon are suffering from
torpid liver, or "Biliousness." Nothing
will euro you so speedily and perma?
nently as Dr. Pieroo'a Golden Medical
Discovery. J'
??Can't Do Without It."?This is
what the Btage" and horse-oar companies,
livery-stable keepers, members of the I
turf, and all grooms and .trainers say of 1
the RIubtang Liniment. They "can't do |
without it." And why? Because it in
fallibly% reduoes the external swellings,
&c, which, under various names, impair I
the usefulness and value of the king of j
quadrupeds, and also because, for sprains,
strains, galls aud other injuries to which
horse flesh is liable, it is the most trust?
worthy preparation in the market. Yet
those recommendations comprise only a
portion of its claims to public confidence.
During a period of more than sixteen
years, it has been recognized as a speoiflo |
for many of the most agonizing disor?
ders which affliot the human family?
suoh as rheumatism, gout, neuralgia,
lumbago, tiodoloreux, soro throat, ear?
ache, tooth-aobe; and, likewise, as a
peerless application for outs, bruises,
burns and scalds. J 18 30
The appropriation bill goes from the
House to the Senate thusly:
The salaries as now provided by law; j
the contingent fund of the Governor,
$25,000; for contingent expenses of the]
other State officials, from $500 to $1,000; j
oivil oontingent fund, ont down from
$30,000 to $10,000; lunatic asylum,
$78,000; State orphan asylum, $20,000
?$5,000 of which i? for new buildings,
furniture, bedding, &c; militia, $20,000;
quarantine expenses, $2,500; keeper of
the lazaretto, $400; physician of Obarles-1
ton jail. $1,000; transportation of con?
victs, $300; Oatawba Indians, $800; I
printing laws, $50,000; managers of!
eleotioos, $12,000; penitentiary, $40,000;
free schools, $300,000; university,
$27,850; deaf, dumb and blind asylum,
$15,000.
During the fever1 epidemic here,
the stock of Ayer's Agae Oure in the
Old North State beoame exhausted, and
before a supply oonld be received from
Liowoll the suffering from chills and
fever beoame fearful. A few parties
wero so fortunate as to have it on hand,
and in Iredell County, the druggists]
eked out their slender stocks by selling j
doses?a apoon-ful euch?for a dollar.
Many paid ten dollars for a bottle, when
the regular price is but one, and thought j
themselves favored at that, so valuable
are the curative properties of this pre?
paration, which not only expels the
poison from the system, but leaves the
patient with. unimpaired health and [
?rigor.?Raleigh (if. O.) Standard.
FiKS in GhabXjEbton County.?The
Ifetvs says that on Friday morning, be?
tween 2 and 3 o'clock, the dwelling
house of Mr. S. D. Russell, at St.
Stephen's Depot, wbb totally destroyed
by fire?the family awaking only when
the cooi was falling in, and barely es?
caping with their lives. They did not
even save their clothing. House, fur?
niture and everything a total loss. The
cauBO of the fire is supposed to have
been a defect in the chimney.
Gotham abjures visiting' oards. The
??oorreot thing" on the hall table of
every house is a gorgeously-bound visit?
ing book, wherein eaoh visitor records
his name and any message he may wish
to send. .
Europe has also been visited by thatj
"boreal wave." The cold in England
was bo intense that hundreds of persons j
were frozen to death.
Special Wotiooi
Unprecedented Success.?Within tho past
yoar, 200,000 boxes of Dr. Tutt's Vegetable
Liver Fills have been sold, and nut a single
instance is known wbero tboy havo failed to
give satisfaction. If you would enjoy lifo,
have a flno appetite and robuel health, use
these Fills.
Aooubta, November, 1889.
Da. W. U. Tutt: It affords mo much plea?
sure to testify to the great value of your
Liver Fills. They are all they are represented I
tobe. In my opinion, there are no pills bw|
well adapted in the Southern climate as thoy
are. Yours truly, JOS. BRUMMBL,
Late of Richmond, Va.
Dr. Tutt? Unir Dye is endorsed by the best
Chemists.
Fob 4_jCVl
i r1 A TTTTriXT! LEA * I'ERRiNS
\Jl\. U A _L\_/?H i Worcestersh'e Sauce I
Buyers are cautioned to avoid the numerous [
Counterfeits and imitations offered for ?alo.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS, Now York,
Ort 2'.) lly Agonts for the Unitod States.
Applesl Annies!
-i f \ BARRELS NORTHERN APPLES,
WJ 2 Rarrele ORANBERRIES, Just re?
ceived and for sale by HOPE A OYLES.
Eggs and Sweet Potatoes.
1 K(\ DOZEN fresh EQOS,
JL?>\J 25hushels Spaniah SWEET POTA?
TOES. For sale by HOFE V OYLES.
E~CU.L AT.OBi
F
OS?
OB OVEB FORTY YEARS this
PURELY VEGETABLE
LIVER MEDICINE has proved to bo the
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
for L1YER COMPLAINT and its painful off?
spring, DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Jaun?
dice, Bilious attacks, SIOE HEADACHE,1
Oolio, Depression of Spirits, SOUR STO?
MACH, Heartburn, CHILLS AND FEVER,
.to., Ac.
After years of careful experiments, to meet I
a groat and urgent demand, wo now produce [
from our original Genuine Powders
THE PREPARED,
a Liquid form of SIMMONS' LIVER REGU?
LATOR, containing all its wonderful and valu?
able properties, and offer it in
ONE HOLLAH BOTTLES.
The Powders, (prioe us before,) $1.00 per|
package.
Sent by mail, $1.01.
jfg- CAVTION1 -V?
Buy no Powders or PREPARED SIMMONS'
LIVER'REGULATOR unless in our engraved I
wrapper, with Trado mark, Stamp and Signa- |
turo unbroken. None other is genuine.
J. H. ZElliIN & CO.,
MAO ON. OA., and PHILADELPHIA.
Bold by all Druggists.
Jan. 30, [Sept. 14 TTFJ ly._
To Bent,
A STORE, on Main street. Apply to I
SEIBEL8 & EZELL,
Jan 7_Real Estate Agents.
Mooha and Java Coffees.
-| f \ BAGS Old Government JAVA,
X\J 10 pockets Pure Mooha.
For sale low by_HOPE A GYLES.
Oats and Corn.
BUSHELS FEEDING OATS,
700 bushels Whito Corn, for
oash. HOPE A GYLES.
1.000
salo low for i
Seed Potatoes.
pfrv BARRELS EARLY BOSE and EARLY
?)U GOODRICH, In flue order, and for salo
by_ _HOPE A GYLES.
Corn Whiskey.
I3URE MOUNTAIN CORN WHI8KEY.
Also, a lot of four year old MALT CORN
WHISKEY. Warranted puro.
Jan 28_JOHN O. BEEPERS.
HOTOKf, W. MELTON, I>. H. CHAHBEHT.AIN,
Atlorney-G( noral. Ex-Attorney-General.
MELTON & CHAMBERLAIN,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
WILL practice in all the Courts of this I
Stato, and in the. United States Courts |
for the District of South Carolina.
Offioes at Columbia, S. C, in the State 1
House, and in the Carolina National Bank |
building, up Blairs. _ Jan 3 3mo
Cheap Pictures.
AS there is a demand for cheap pictures, I
wo havo made arrangements to make
any kind of PICTURE, and as cheap as any?
where in tho world. Four Tintypes for $1;
sixteen Photographs, "cheap," $2; our fine
Pictures at the old prices. Come one, come
all, and see for youreelf.
WEARN A HIX'S
Dec 12 3mo New Art Gallory, MaiD street.
Due West Female College.
THIS is, as to its present organi?
zation, the oldest Female Collego
Lin the Stato.
An able and experienced teacher
'of Mueio and tho Modern Lan?
guages baa recently beon added
lo the Faculty, in Mio person of Dr. Henri
Auisinsel, of Geneva, Switzerland.
Tho advantages are cquul to the be*t, and
the expenses as reasonable as those of any
good institution.
Over one hundred pupilB are now present.
There is room for u few more.
Apply at once to
J. I. RONNER, President,
Duo Went. Ahbcvillo County, H. C.
Man 25 lmo
Pacific Guano company's
(CAPITAL i1.000,000.)
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO,
rfllilS GUAKO is now so well known in all
A tho Sonthom States for its reu.iarka.bJe
effects as an agency for increasing tho pro?
ducts of labor, as not lo require special ro-1
commendation from us. Its uho for seven
years past has established its character for
"reliable excellence. Tho lar^e fixed capital!
invest ed by the company in this trado affords
tho surest guarantee of tho continued excel?
lence of this Guano.
Tho supplies put into market this aeason
are, as heretofore, prepared under tho per?
sonal superintendence of Dr. St. Julian Rave
nel, Chemist of the Company, at Charleston* I
N. C; benco planters may rest assured that
its quality and com position are precisely the
same as that heretofore sold.
J. N. KOBSON,
Selling Agont, Charleston, S. C.
JOHN B. REESE A CO.,
Geuoral Agents, Baltimore.
TeiiMS ? $48Cash; $53 timo, without interest.
To accommodate planters they can order I
now and havo until tho first of April to de?
cide as to whether they will take at time or |
oash price. Whon delivered from the factory
by tho car load, no drayage will be charged.
Nov 27_ 3mo
Buffalo Tongues,
VTEW sugar-cured HAMS,
iji BreftkfaBt Strips,
Smoked Beef, for sale low. HOPE A OYJd?fL
North Carolina Hay.
BALES good N. C. HAY, for sale ow
bv HOPE A GYLES.
75
SELLING OFF!
WINTER STOCK!
TUE GREAT CLEARANCE SALES
WINTER GOODS !|
COMMENCES MONDAY, January 13,1873,
and continues for thirty days.
All WINTER GOODS will ho sold without |
regard to cost, FOR CASH ONLY.
Jan 12 lmo_J. H. KIN ARD.
WITH THE VIEW
of closing out our entire
stock of Winter Goods,
we offer the following!
articles at less than the I
regular prices:
BLANKETS, CAS
SXMERES, JEANS,
FLANNELS, UNDER-SHIRTS,
FURS, &c.
The stock of DRESS GOODS,
Boulevard Skirts, Knit Woolen
Goods and Millinery, at less
than oost.
R. C. SHIVER & CO.
J?D 5
1 Q
B ? ?
CD
O
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CO
s >?
Q
CARRIAGES
BUGGIES!
C^ALL at I ho Factory East of the
J Poet Oflico and examine duality,
workmanship ami prices before pur?
chasing auction goods. Wo cannot
bo undersold in trood vohicks.
M. J. OALNAN, Agent.
JOHN AG NEW, Proprietor.
Jan 11
Choice Wines.
pr/\ BASKETS HEIDSICK CHAMPAGNE,
fj\ I 10 cases Sparkling Catawba,
10 cases "Vix Bara."
10 caBos "Kolloy's" Island Wine.
10 cases "lied Seal,"
3 cask* "Harmony Sherry,"
2 casks "Amontilado Shet ry,'*
2caeks"Rosorc Madeira."
For sale by nOPE & GYLES.
Now is tho Time.
S)f\ AAfl LBS. BACON, al tho lowest
?oA'l *\J prioes ever offorod in this
i country. Will make contracts to deliver al
any time during tho oomng season, at presoul
prices.
Wc r ay no ront, pay no interest, do most of
our work ourrelvos, do more business with
the same expense than any house in tho
I Stato, and can and will offer inducements in
price*. L?RICK ,t LOWRANCE.
Cow Feed.
HTSand Will
sale by HOPE & GYLES.
T ? SHOIt ULA'i 1 RAN '
1 Oase of SPRING
PRINTS just received
at
C. F. JACKSON'S.
Remnants of Embroi?
deries and Ribbons
cheap, at
G. F. JACKSON'S.
Jan 31_
A Desirable Investment!
NOT TAXABLE
BT TUE
STATE, CITY OE COUNTY.
A SAVING
of NEAELY
Three and One-half Per Cent. Per An.
CI1ARL0TTE, COL. & AUG. R. R,
HEVEN l'Elt CENT.
COUPON BONDS,
Secured by a Morlgage 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,
OF COLUMBIA.
OF FE KB for ealea limited amount of above
mentioned BONDS, at the following rated:
FIR8T MORTGAGE BONDS, (only $10,000 per
milo,) at 82 cents and accruod interest; SE?
COND MORTGAGE, (only $5,000 per mile.)
at 75 cents and accrued interoat, and recom?
mend them to Trustees and others hiving
money to invest, as boing the most desirable
security on the market, for the following rea?
sons, to wit:
FlBBT.?THEY CANNOT BE taxed by TUEBtATE,
County ob City. The United StatoB Supremo
Court, in the case of the Northern Central
Railroad vs. Jackson, (see 7 Wallace, Supreme
Court U. S , page 207,) decidod tbat, when a
Railroad mortgage is a joint one, on property
lying in two or more Males, tho bonds se?
cured thereby are not liable to be; taxed by
either of the States; aud tho same principle
relievos them from taxation by County, City,
or Town. The Charlotte. Columbia and Au?
gusta bonds are secured by a joint mortgage
on property lying in North Carolina, South
Carolina and Georgia.
Second.?Becauso they aro absolutely safe,
j being secured by a first mortgage of only
I $10,000, and a seoond mortgage of onlv $5.000
I per mile on the entire road from Charlotte to
Augusta, and on all the workshops, bridges,
1 franchise and equipments of said road.
Tin en.?Becauso the sale ot the first mort?
gage bonds will extinguis h tho floating debt
of the mad, and tbo proceeds of tbo second
mortgago bonds will bo exclusively applied
to improving the road and adding to its
equipments; thus enhancing tho value of the
property mortgaged.
HFouutii.?Becauee the bonds are coupon
bonds, and the interest payable in New York,
Charlotte. Columbia or Augusta, at the op?
tion of tho holder. Thus thy can bo col
I lectod throngh any bank without expense.
Fin n.?The busiucssof tho Road is rapidly
increasing, and tho property and franchise
daily becoming more valuable?the not earn?
ings for tho last five months being over fifty
per cent, more than lor tbo corresponding
months of tho preceding year.
Sixth ?These Bonde are practically re?
deemable in gold, for specie payment will cor
tainly be r.-sinned before their maturity. In?
vestors will, therefore, buy with greenbacks
worth 87$ cents, and receive their pay at par
?thus auding a profit of over tuiuty cents
on the dollar on the First Mortgage Bonds,]
and oveii tuikty-seven cents on the Second
Mortgage Bonds, and in the meantime receiv?
ing a high rato of interest.
Finally.?Ab these Bonds have a fixed
value in Now York, Charlolte, Columbia and
Augusta, they aro considered good collate?
rals, on which money can always be borrowed
for temporary purposes.
JOHN R. FARMER, President.
A. O. ((KENiZEit, Caxhicr. Jan 31
nun ilii'iii
Al till.
? aAND CENTRAL
Dry Goods Establishment
or
OT. X>. LOVE & CO.
PREPARATORY to taking our yearly in?
ventory, we have reduced the prices of
our winter stock, with a viow to close them
out, lo make room for an extensive and at?
tractive line of 8PRINU GOODS.
Our Bargain Counters contain a great
many CHEAP GOODS.
Wo invite all to call and get somo of tho
bargains, at tho GRAND CENTRAL DRY
GOODS ESTABLISHMENT, corner Main aud
Plain streets, under the Wheeler House.
W.D. Love, ) W. D. LOVE A CO.
B. B. McObkery. | Jan 12
F0RJ3ALE.
A RARE CHANGE
FOR a
COOD liVKTHIT.
BKINO deslrona of changing my business,
I uffcr for sale the entire stock of tbo
Exchange House,
OONSIBTIKQ Or
BRANDIES. WINES,
WUI3KIE8, GINS,
RUM, ALE, CIGARS, etc., I
And all tho flxtnroB necessary to carry on a
FIRST CLASS BAR and RESTAURAJST. j
Tho house ia conveniently located, and ar?
ranged for private or tranaient Boarders, and
now rnjovB a fair patronage. It contains
ten FUliNISHED ROOMS, besides two DIN?
ING ROOMS, front and back, BAR ROOM
and KITCHEN. Attachod to the establish?
ment i3 a Uno Cock-Pit, Stables for Horses, I
etc. For further particulars, apply to or
address P. HAMILTON JOYNER,
^JDec 14 _ _Columbia, 8. O.
FOR SALE
j at tue
CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK
seven peb cent.
COUPON BONDS
or tub
CITY OF COLUMBIA,
Secured by a Sinking Fund. Coupons secured
by an Annual Tax and Receivable for City
laxes. Bonds non-taxable by the City.
Bond Bebt of the City Limited by Law to
$000,000. Taxable Property of the City
$7,000,000.
THE BONDS offered are authorized by an
Act of Assembly approved March 13,
1872, for tho construction of the new City
Hall. Their final redemption is, by the terms
of said Act. secured by a "sinking fund," to
bo accumulated from tbe annual rents of the
' building. ThcBO rents will reach from $8,000
i to $10,000 per annum; and the Carolina Na
I tional Bank holds a lien of the building for a
term ol twenty years, as trustee, with power
i to collect tbe rents and hold the same invest?
ed sb a fund for the redemption of the bonds.
I By said Act a special annual taxis required
j to be levied to pay tbe simi annual coupons,
and tho Carolina National Bank is made the
trustee of tho city to receive the taxes when
collected and to pay tho coupons. The cou?
pons aro also receivable for city taxes.
The taxablo property of the city ia at pre?
sent assessed at $7,000,0t0; and by said Aot
tbo bond debt of tho city cannot be increased |
beyond $C0O.0G0 whilet these bonds aro out?
standing. Tho bonds are exempt by law from
city taxation.
These bonds are offered to the public at |
eighty nett, with interest from dato of pur?
chase to Jannary 1, 1873, allowed in settle?
ment. After that date, the accrued interest
to bo addod.
To citizens of Columbia these bonds will
givo an income of 12} percent., a? may be
seen from the following statement:
Seven per cent, bonds, at 75,
annual interest.0} per cent.
Nineteen years to run, average
increase per annum. 14 per cent.
City tax saved.2 percent.
Average animal income.12J
Dec 11 _
Millinery.
MRS. O. E. REED has been
awarded the highest premiums,
i for 1871 and 1872, for tho BEST I
; MILLINERY, consisting of
Ladies' and Children's BON?
NETS, HAT8 and CAP8. Ladies'
Underware, Hair, and Fancy
Articles of every description,
which will be sold at reduced I
prices. The public in general'
are invited to call and seo ft r themselves be?
fore pondiasfnsr elsewhere. Dec 7
New Publications.
NEW JUVENILE BOOKS. London edi?
tions, illustrated.
New standard works for libraries.
Now Novels, in obeap binding.
Also, a rrosh stock of WRITING DESKS.
Portfolios, Gold Pens, Pon-Knives, Pocket
Books. Photograph Albums of all sizes, Fkhcy 1
brackets and Hook Shelves, and a general
variety of Letter, Note and Cap Papers, En?
velope.* and Fancy Stationery, for sale by
Mov 5 _RJ'- BRYAN.
DEXTER STABLES,
COLUMBIA, 8. C, December 27, 1872.
55 9SHflV4 ON and after Janu
!%- ^^ary 1, 1873. I shall ox
pectall persons hiring
teams at Dexter Stables to PAY for same as
soon as u-ed: and if strangers wish to hlr?
teams, they must PAY IN ADVANCE.
All perrons indebted toBojco?fcCo must
make payment immcdiaU-ly.or theiraccenut?
will he put into hands of magistrate for col?
lection. CIL PETTING ILL,
Hoc 23 Vor Rover. Sc. Co.
Sanders House.
mills HOUSE, situated at Ninety-Six.
1 (h i t liville and Columbia Railroad, has
been thoroughly renovated and refurnished,
Tho traveling public may rest assured that
thoy will be lumished with accommodations I
Mooond to imtio in tho State, at reasonable
rates. SANDERS ,V BRO.,
Jan 9 Proprietors.
New Mackerel.
pr (\ KITS Moss and No. 1 MACKEREL.
Ol r 50 Ha'.f and Whole Barrels, 1?, 2s, U.
50 Boxes Scalod Herrings.
f>00 Georgo's Codfish.
For sale low by HOPF A OYLES.
Carriages.
tiF9JL> A LARGE STOCK of TOP and
KkSfi^OPEN BUGGIES, ROCK AWAY8,
CABEIOLETTS, PH2ETON8, and a lato stylo
\ of English D< g Cart, fur salo at very reason?
able prices, at tho Repository, corner Lad)
and Assembly streets.
Nov 17 W. K. GREENFIELD.
Mince Meat.
JUST received, a lot of choice MINCE
MEAT. _QEO_- BYM_MF'll?__
Western Hay.
BALES TIMOTHY HAY, for ealo low
for cash. HOPE .V GYLES.
100
A Certain Cube fob Chills and Fever?
First tako tho Blood and Liver Pills, to work
off tho bile and purify the blood; throo or
four will bo sufficient. Then tako a tablo
, spoonful of HEINITSH'S CHILL CURE. It
has boon tried; we know it.
BELOW COST!
TO CLOSE BUSINESS!
NO H TJ MBTJ G I
WE will noil our whole and en tiro etoek
CUSTOM-MADE CLOTHINO, HATS
CAPS and GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS
below coat, to close businoss. AR persona in
need of anything in our line ahonld by al
means embrace this opportunity.
S. STRAUS A 6RO-,
Jan 9_Under Columbia Hotel.
FALL AND WINTER
CLOTHING
EATS, OAFS
AND
CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS 11 1
E are receiving and will continue to re?
ceive through the season the best
W
Ready-made Clothing
That cannot be surpassed, if equaled, by any.
Custom-made. We have the very latest
fashions in Meltons, Diagonals, Cheviot
Beavers, Tricots, Black Dress Frook, Black
Doe Pants, French and Amorican Dress
Vesta, Cloth. Silk and Silk Velvet.
A anendid line of Men's, V uthe' and Boye*
UNDER-CLOTHING, White and Fancy Shirts,
Cheviot and Negligee Half Hose, Under-weart
Cardigan Jackets, Neck Wear, Suspenders,
Silk and Linon Handkerchiefs, Shawls, Oar
pets and Traveling Bags.
SILK HATS?FALL STYLE.
mW We haTO marked our Goods for net cash.
KIN ARD & WILES".
Pot 1_?
1,6 W.UWAlil
A.
RE daily receiving additions to their ele?
gant stock of
CLOTHING/, HATS
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
An entirely now line of
MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
HATS,
Just received.
M
la our Custom Department we are exhibit?
ing the choicest patterns of foreign and do?
mestic
CASS1MRRRS AND VESTINGS.
Give us a call.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
Dec 19_
2 O 0,0 0 0
In great varieties.
ENVELOPES!
GRAND arrival of new and improved Staple
and Fancy
STATIONERY!
Also, fine CUTLERY *nd FANCY ARTI?
CLES, suit ab! e for Ladies and Gentlemen.
A visit to this House may amuso and induce
you tu purchase.
THE BLANK ROOK MANUFACTORY
BOOK BINDER?
Is in full operation. State, County. Bank
and Railroad Cflie.es and Business Houses of
all kinds supplied with Bonks, Ruled to any
pattern, with printed Heading, when re?
quired, in all stylos of Binding, at shortest
notice aud living pricos.
E. R. 8TOKE8,
Nov 24 Main street, Culnmbia, B. O.
Just Received.
A f\f\ CASES CANNED GO0D8,
41IU 100 boxeB CANDY,
60 boxes SOAP,
200 barrels FLOUR,
100 barrels Whiskey,
100 dozen Axos,
200 dozen Pocket Knivee.
100 dozen pairs Traeo Cl ains,
100 dozen Door and Pad-Locks,
100 hundlee Tief.
100 bales Ragging.
For sale to-?la\, at Xtw York prices and car?
riage, h?vine been purchased mainly before
the late inflated prices.
JTanJJ L?RICK A LOWRANOE.
Oats, Bran. Ac.
QAA BUSHELS FEEDING 0AT8.
OUU 5,000 lbs. Bran and Ship BtntT.
For sale by_HOPE A GYLES.
Building Lot for Sale.
SUITABLE for the oreotlon of TWO or more
Houses. Loeatod corner of Lumber and
I Bull streets. Measures 108 feet each way.
I Terms cash. Apply at this Office.

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