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HOBBXBLB M?BDKB ata WKDDtEO ?
A late Memphis Appeal contains the fol?
lowing story:
Last week, the reputation of Big
Greek, which had been so good recently,
wu seriously injnred by a desperate deed
of blood at a marriage feast. It was not
merely a row, but a regular death strug?
gle, a murder, that romiuds one of the
making away of the boy one summer
morning, by suspending him, with a
olothes-.line, to the limb of an iron-wood
tree. A young boy in this case is the
viotim also, only uineteeu years old. His
Shastly corpse was left lying upon the
oor, where a wedding feast was in full
ewing but twenty minutes boforo.. The
murder took place on the Big Greek
Boad. ten miles North of Memphis, in
the Third' Civil Distriot, at tho house of
George Gboper, whoso sister had just
been married,-and they were holding the
usual blow-out and fandango. The com?
pany had partially dispersed, bat a few
gawky, half-fuddled young men remain?
ed about the premises. A quarrel com?
menced between Hill and Cooper, about
the young woman that had just been
married. A stout blacks mi l? of tie
name of Baohman, the husband of the
Bister of Oooper,' three or four hours
married, poked his nose into tbe diffi?
culty, and talked big and loud and beery.
In two or three minutes, the quarrel
raged fiercely. What had been only a
gentle breeze stormed up to a perfect
hurricane, destruotivo in its violence.
The fresh huBband took the side of his
brother-in-law, for he had an antipathy
for Hill anyhow, for Hill wan an ad?
mirer, so it is said, of Cooper's Bister,
Baohman's wife. Cooper und Bachman
fell upon Hill with daggers and pistols,
and slew him. His body showed four
mortal stabs and two shot wounds, any
one of whioh would produce doath iu
the ordinary animated human corpus.
The murderers immediately escaped?
the brother deserting the newly-married
sister, and the bridegroom forauking his
. bride of a few hours, thoir hands reeking
with tho warm bipod of a murdered boy,
shed upon, tho threshold of the houae
where poaoo and joy ought to reign.
Baehman is a young German, blacksmith
by trade, twenty-seven years old and six
feet high, heavy build, dark complexion.
His parents reside in Cincinnati. Cooper
is a native, about twenty-live years old,
light build, fair complexion, heavy eye?
brows?the very antipodes of Bachman,
ob it- were. Tho citizens of tho neigh?
borhood want to havo these fellows nr
rested and punished.
Tf'tou FEKii dull, despondent, drowsy,
debilitated, have frequent headaches,
mouth tastes badly, poor appetite and
tongue coated, you are Buffering from
torpid liver, or "Biliousness." Nothing
will cure you so speedily and perma?
nently as Dr. Pierco'3 Golden Medical
Discovery.
"Can't Do Without It."?This* is
what the stage and horse-onr companies,
livery-stable keepers, members of tho
turf, and all grooms and trainers say of
the M?st?ng Liniment. They "can't do
without it" And why? . Beoauso it in?
fallibly reduces tho external swellings,
?6., whioh, under various names, impair
the ' usefulness and value of tbe king of
quadrupeds, and also be -aneo, for sprains,
strains, galls and .other in junta to which
horse flesh is liable, it ia the most trust?
worthy preparation in the market. Yot
these recommendations comprise only a
portion of its claime to pnblio confidence.
During a period of more than sixteen
years, it has been recognized as a specific
for many of the most agonizing disor?
ders whioh afflict tho human family?
such as rheumatism, goat, neuralgia,
lumbago, ticdoloronx, sore throat, ear
aohe, tootb-aobe; and, likewise, as a
peerlesB application for outs, bruises,
barns and soalds. J 18 30
Haid a Baptist to a Methodist: "I
don't like your church government. It
isn't simple enough. There's too much
machinery abont it." "It is true," re?
plied the Methodist, "we have more ma?
chinery than you; but then, yoa see, it
doesn't take near so much water to run
it."
It is rumored that ono of tbe Tweed
jary was a "bummer" provided with a
new salt Of clothes for the occasion.
Water Notice.
ALL persons using city witter are hereby
notified that from and after this date the
ordinance iu relation to the using of water
will bo strictly and rigidly enforced AU per?
sona leaving their hydrant a or watpr epouta
runuing will bo fined aaprovidod hv ordinance.
By order of tho Mayor. CHAH. BAUN UM,
Deo 31_ Oitv Clerk.
Eggs and Sweet Potatoes.
1 DOZEN fresh EGGS,
L? M " 23 bushelfl Spanish HWEET POTA?
TOES. Koraaleby HOPE V OYLES.
BY J. A. SELBT. C(
10
Special 3STc>itJ.oos.
Unpbsobdknted Success.?Within the past
year-, 200,000 boxes of Dr. Tuti'jj Vegotable
Liver Fills-have boen told, and not a single
instance is known where they have failed to
Rive satisfaction. If yon wonld enjoy life,
have a fino appetite and robust health, use
those Pills.
A???bTA, November, 1BC9.
Db. W. H. Tctt: It affordu mo muoh plca
snro to testify to the great value of j our
Liver Pills. Thoy are all they are represented
tobe. In my opinion, there are no pills so
well adapted in the Southern climate as they
are. Yours truly, JOS. BRUMMEL,
Late of Richmond, Va.
Dr. TutCa Hair Due is endorsed by the best
Fob 4_Chemists._1CTT1.
Choirs, Musical Classes. Conventions,
Academies.
ATTENTION!
To the following Ghoioo List of
NEW CANTATAS! ORATORIOS! ANTHEMS!
New and attractivo Cantata^, j
FORTY-SIXTH PSALM, Dudley Duel: $1 CO
FESTIVAL CANTATA. E. Thaycr. 1 25
UOUNOD'S CHORAL MOSIO, - - - SO
Well worthy of careful Bludy.
MUSICAL ENTHUSIAST, Hewitt, - - 501
An amusing aud vory melodious musical
extravaganza.
NEW ORATORIOS.
ST. PETER, J. K. Paine..1 75 |
PRODIGAL SON, Arthur Sullivan, - - 1 00 j
Fine effeotivo compositions.
ANTHEM BOOKS.
SARRATH GUEST, Emerson <fc Morey. 1 00
BUCK'S NEW MORTETTE COLLEC?
TION, .2 50
BAUMBAOH'S SACRED QUARTETTES,
[New,] - - .- - -- -- - -2 50
IN PRESS?NEARLY READY.
STRAUSS' DANCE MUSIC. Violin aud
Piano, - -.i.100
The above books eont, post-paid, for retail
prioe. OLIVER DITSON A CO., Boston.
OHAS. H. PIT HON A CO.. New York.
Mocha and Java Coffees.
BAGS Old Government JAVA, j
10 pockets Pure Mooha.
For salo low by_BOPB A GYLES.
Oats and Corn.
1f\f\f\ BUSHELS FEEDING OATS,
?VIUU 700 bushels White Corn, for
sale low for cash._HOPtt A OY LE8. _
Seed Potatoes.
Kf \ BARREL8 EARLY ROSE and EARLY
?JU GOODRIOH, in fine order, and for Bale
by_ HOPE A GYLES.
Corn Whiskey.
I3URE MOUNTAIN CORN WHISKEY.
Also, a lot of four year old MALT CORN
WHISKEY. Warranted pure.
Jan 23 _JOHN O. SEEQERS.
hamukt, w. xei/rOx, n. rt. chamheri.mx,
Attorney-Gensral. Ex-Attorney-Uoneral.'
MELTON & CHAMBERLAIN,
Attorney! ami Cnnnicllon at Law,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
WILL practice in all the Courts of thiB
Btato, and in tho United States Courts
for the District of South Carolina.
Offices at Columbia, 8. C, iu the State
House, and in the Carolina National Bank
building, up stairs._Jan 3 3mo
r Cheat) Pictures.
AS there is a demand for cheap picture,
we' havo made arrangements to make
any kind ?f PICTURE, and as cheap as any?
where in the world. Four Tintypes for $1;
sixteen Photographs, "cheap," $2; our fine
.Pictures at the old prices. Come one, come
all, and seo for yourself.
WEARN A HIX'S
Deo 12 3mo New Art Gallery, Main street.
Due West Female College.
THIS is, as to its present organi?
zation, tho oldest Female College
&in the State.
An able and experienced teacher
'of Music aud the Modern lan?
guages has recently boen added
to the Faculty, in tho person of Dr. Henri
Anisinsel, of Geneva, Switzerland.
The advantages aro equal to the best, and
the expenses as reasonable as those of any
goodinatitution.
Over oue hundred pupils are now prosent.
There is room for a few more.
Apply at once to
J. I. BONNER, President,
Duo West. Abbeville County, S. C.
Jan 25 Imo
Pacific Guano Company's
(capital $1,000,000.)
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
-? ? ?
THIS GUANO is now so well known in all
tho Southern States lor its remarkable
effects as an agency for increasing tho pro?
ducts of labor, as not to rrquiro special re?
commendation from us. Its uso for seven
years past has established its character for
reliable excellence. The largo fixed capital
invested by tho company in this trade affords
tho surest guarantee of the continued excel?
lence of thia Guano.
The supplies pnt into market this season
are, as heretofore, propared under tho per?
sonal superintendence of Dr. St. Julian luve?
nd. Chemist of tho Company, at Charleston*
S. C; honce planters may rest assured that
its quality and composition aro precisely tho
satno as that heretofore sold.
J. N. ROBSON,
Boiling Agent, Charlcaton, S. C.
JOHN S.REESE A CO.,
General Agents, Baltimore.
Thums?148 cash; $53 timo, without interest.
To accommodate planters they can order
now and have until the first of April to de?
cide as to whether they will take at timo or
ossh prioe. When delivered from tho factory
j by tho oar load, no dray age wili bo charged. '
Nov 27 _ j_ Brno
Buffalo Tongues,
NEW sugar-cured HAMS,
B re p. k fast Strips,
Smoked Roof, for sale low. HOPE A GYLEB.
Apples! Apples!
-I /\ BARRELS NORTHERN APPLES,
LU 2 Rarrels CRANBERRIES, Just re
j coived and for aale by HOPE A OYLES.
Fresh Biscuits.
FARINA, Psarl, Oyster.Wine, Butter, Milk,
Pic-nic, Cream, Corn Hill, Lemon, Soda,
Ao., all fresh. For salo low bv
i Oct9 HOPE A OYLES.
'Let oar jast Oeniares
ILUMBIA, S. 0., FRIDAY MO
SELLING OFF!
WINTER STOCK!
TUB GREAT CLEARANCE SALES
WINTER GOODS!
COMMENCES MONDAY, January 13,1873,
and continues f ir thirty days.
All WINTER GOODS will he sold without I
regard to coat, FOR CASn ONLY.
Jan 12 lrno_J. H. KINARD.
WITH THE VIEW
of closing out our entire
stock of Winter Goods,
we offer the following
articles at less than the
regular prices:
BLANKETS, OAS
SIMERES, JEANS,
FLANNELS, UNDER-SHIBTS,
jFUBS,&c.
The stock of DEES3 GOODS,
Boulevard Skirts, Knit Woolen |
Goods and Millinery, at less I
than cost.
R. C. SHIVER & CO.
Jitn 5
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CARRIAGES
AMD
BUGGIES!
CALL at tho Factory East of the
Post Ofllco and examine quality,
workmanship and prices before pr.r
ohasing auction gooriH. Wo cannot
b's undersold in good vehicles.
M. J. CALNAN, Agent.
JOHN AGNEW, Proprietor.
Jan 11
Choice Wines.
pf i\ BASKETS nEIDSICK CHAMPAGNE,
f J* ' 10 canes Sparkling Catawha,
10 oases "Vix Bars."
10 casoe "Kelley V Island Wine.
10 esses "Rod Seal,"
3 cRHk.? "Harmony Shorry,"
2 casks "Amontilado She? ry,"
2 caaka "Rosero Madeira."
For salo by HOPE A OYLES.
Now is the Time.
?)/\ r\/ \/"V LBS. BACON, al tho lowest
&\J*\ }\ fYj pricoB cvor offered in this
country. Will make contracts to deliver at
any time during the comng season, at present
prioos.
We pay no ront, pay no interest, do moat of
our work ourrolves, do moro business with
tho same expeueo than any house in the
State, and can and will oiler inducements in
priew*. L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
Cow Feed.
RTSaud Will
sale by HOPE A GYLES.
jff TON HFIOK'l m: - 11 I A V C.II \N
Attend the Tr
aNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1873.
1 Case of SPRING
PRINTS just received
at
C. F. JACKSON'S,
Remnants of Embroi?
deries and Ribbons
cheap, at
G. P. JACKSON'S.
Jan 31_
A Desirable Investment!
NOT TAXABLE
by tub
STATE, CITY OR COUNTY.
A SAVING
of neably
Three and One-half Per Cent. Per An.
CHARLOTTE, C?L. & All!. It. It.
seven ran cent.
COUPON BONDS,
Secured by a Mortgage on the entire Pro?
perty of the Roud. Interest Payable
Semi-Annually, on the 1st of
January and 1st of July.
The Central National Bank,
OP COLUMBIA,
OFF K US for ealoa limited amount of above
mentioned BONDS, at tbefollowing rale*:
FIllST MORTGAGE BONDS, (only $10,000 por
ntllo.) at 82 cents and accruod interest; SE?
COND MOHTGAGE, (only $5,000 per mite,)
at 75 conte and accrned interest, and recom?
mend them to Trustees and others hiving
money to invest, as boing the most desirable
security on the market, for tbo following rea?
sons, to wit:
Fiest.?Tuet cannot be taxeb by the State,
County on City. The Uuited States Supreme
Court, in thuca.se of tbo Nortbern Central
ltailroad vs. Jackson, (aoo 7 Wallace, Supreme
Court O. S , ptge2G7,) decided that, when a
Ratlroad mortgage is a joint one,on proporty
lying in two or more States, tho bonds eo
cured thereby aro not liable to bo} taxed by
cither of tho States; aud the same principle
reliovos them from taxation by County, City,
or Town. The Charlotte. Columbia and Au?
gusta bonds are secured by a joint mortgago
on property lying in North Carolina, South
Carolina and Georgia.
Second.?Becauso they aro absolutely safe,
being secured by a first mortgago of only
$10,000, and a second mortgage of only $5.1)0*0
per milo on tho entire read from Cbariotto to
Augusta, and on all tho workshops, bridges,
franchise and equipments of Baid road.
Tin?Bocauee the sale ot the firat mort?
gago bonds will extinguish the Qoating debt I
of the road, and tbo proceeds of the second
mortgago bonds will be exclusively applied
to improving the road and adding to its
equipments; thus enhancing the value of the
Sioperty mortgaged.
}Fommi ?Because tho bonds are coupon
honds. and tbo interest payable in Now Yurk,
Charlotte, Columbia or Augusta, at tbo op?
tion of the bolder. Thus lb y can bo col?
lected through any bank without expense.
Firru ?The busiuessof tho ltoad is rapidly
increasing, and tho property and franchise
daily becoming moro valuable?the net earn?
ings for the last fivo months being over fifty
por cent, more than for the corresponding
month" of the preceding year.
Sixth ?Theso Bonds aro practically re?
deemable in gold, for specie payment will cer?
tainly bo resumed belore thoir maturity. In
vestors will, therefore, buy with greenbacks
worth 87.] cents, and receive their pay at par
?thus adding a profit of ovf.ii tuiuty cents
on the dollar on the First Mortgage. Bonds,
and oy ee thirty-seven cents on the Second
Mortgage Bonds, and in the meantime receiv?
ing a high rate of interest.
Finally.?As these Bonds have a fixed
value iu New York, Charlotte, Columbia and
Augusta, thov are considered good collate?
rals, on which money can always he borrowed
for temporary purposes.
JOHN B. PALMER, Freeidont.
A.O. Rbenizeii, Cashier. Jan 81
niirOBDlciD
ORABL CENTRAL
Dry Goods Establishment
or
W. D. LOVE & CO.
PREPARATORY to taking our yearly in?
ventory,, wo bavo reduced the prices of
our witter ntook, with a view to close them
out, to mako room for an extrtisivo and at?
tractive hue of SPRING GOUDS.
Onr Bargain Counters contain a great
many C1IEAP GOODS.
Wo invito all to call and get snmo of tbo
bargains, at (lie GRAND CENTRAL DRY
GOODS ESTABLISHMENT, corner Main and
Plain streets, under the Wheeler Iloueo.
W. I). Love, I W. D. LOVE A CO.
B. B. McCbeebt. I Jan 12
(MIX.
ue Event."
VOL. VIIJ?NO. 274.
^FOB^SALE.
JBL RARE CHANCE
FOB A
HU IIJBTIIIT.
BEING desirous of changing my business,
I offer for salo tbo cutiro stock of tbe
Exchange House,
consisting of
BRANDIES. WINE8,
WHISKIES. GINS,
RUM, ALE, CIGAIIS, etc.,
And all tbe fixtures necessary to carry on a
FIRST CLASS BAR and RESTAURANT. \
Tbe boueo is conveniently located, and ar?
ranged for private or transient Boarders, and
now eniovH a fair patronage. It contains
ton FURNISHED ROOMS, besides two DIN-I
ING ROOMS, front and back, RAR ROOM
and KITCHEN. Attacked to the establish?
ment is a fine Cock-Pit, Stablos for Horses,
etc. For furtbor particulars, apply to or
address P. HAMILTON JOYNEH,
_!)???? 14_Columbia, S. C.
FOR SALE
at the
CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK
beven i'eb cent.
COUPON BONDS
OF tiii;
CITY OP COLUMBIA,
Secured by a Sinking Fund. Coupons secured
by an Annual Tax. and Jtecvivabte for City
Taxes. Bonds non-taxable, by the City.
Bond Debt of the Citu Limited by Law to]
$(HK),OU0. Taxable Properly of the City '
$7,000,000.
THE BONDS offered aro authorized by an
Act of Assembly approved March 13,
1872, for tbo construction of tbo now City
Hall. Their final redemption is, by the terms
of said Act, secured by a "sinking fund," to I
bo accumulated from the annual rents of tbo I
building. These rents will reach from $8,000
to $10,OJ0 por annum; and the Carolina Na?
tional Bank holds a lien of the building for a i
I term of twenty yeara, an trustoe, with power
to collect the rents and hold tbo samo invest?
ed as a fund for tbo redemption of the bonda.
By said Act a epecial annual taxis required
to bo levied to pay the eimi-annual coupons,
and the Carolina National Bank is made the
trustee of tho city to reccivo the taxes when
collected and to pay tho coupons. Tho cou?
pons are also redivablo for city taxes.
The taxable property of tho city is at pre
sout asset-sod at $7,O00,0cO; and by said Act
tho bond debt of tho city cannot be increased
beyond fCOO.OCO whiltt these bonds aro out
itandiog. Tbo bonds aro exempt by law from
city taxation.
These bond* are offered to tho public at
eighty nett, with Interest from da*c of pur
chaeo to Jauuary 1, 187;l, allowed in settle?
ment. After that date, tho accrued Interest
to ho added. <
To citizens of Columbia these bonds will
give nn income of 12J per cent., a? may be
seen from the following statement:
Seven per cent, bonds, at 75,
aunual interest.9J per cent. j
Nineteen years to ruu, average
increase per annum.IJ per cent.
City tax saved.2 per cent.
Average annual income.12}
Dec 11 _I
Millinery.
^ MRS. O. E. REED has been
>*ss^ awarded tho highest premiums,
^tfOSKw r,)r a-1"1 for the BEST
tSa??? MILLINERY, consisting of
WkShI Tallies' and Children's BON
BzS&BpiK N |,yl's. HATS and CAPS. l adies'
%$Tm%Mm Underware, Hair, and Fancy
Vv/JtiS Articles of every description.
Jnll which will be sold at reduced
WWi prices. The public in general
are. invited to call and see f r themselves be?
fore nnrchasincr elsewhere. Dec 7
New Publications.
NEW JUVENILE BOOKS. London edi?
tions, illustrated.
Now standard wutks for libiariea.
New Novels, in cheap binding.
Also, a fresh stock of WRITING DESKS,
Portfolios, Gold Pens, Pen-Knives, Pocket
I Books, Photograph Albums of allsizee, Fancy
I Brackets and Book Shelves, and a general
variety of Letter, Note and Cap Papers, En?
velopes and Fanev Stationery, for sale by
v(,v5 _B. L. BftYAN _
* DEXTER STABLES,
COLUMBIA, 8. C, Decembeb 27, 1872.
?^^^*^^^?w^.ary 1, 1873, I shall ex
VUjfct^'^Bafe VrH-Qu.- pect all persons hiring
loams at Dexter Stables to PAY for same as
soon as used: and if strangers wish to hire
teams, they must PAY IN ADVANOE.
All persons indebted to Boyco A Co. must
make payment Immediately,or their aoceunts
will bo put inlo hands of inagtstrato for col?
lection. C. II. T ETTING ILL,
Dec 29 For BOTOX A Co.
Sanders House.
rilHIS HOUSE, situated at Ninoty-Six.
X Greenville and Columbia Railroad, ha.B
been thoroughly renovated and refurnished .
The traveling public may rest assured that
they will be furnished with accommodations
sacond to none In the State, at reasonable
rates. SANDERS A URO.,
Jan 9 _Proprietors.
New Mackerel.
pr/\ KITS Mesa and No. 1 MACKEREL.
0\' 50 Hair and Wholo Parrels, Is, 2s, 8a.
50 Boxes Scaled Herrings.
600 George's Codfish.
For sale low by_ JIOPH & GYLES.
Carriages.
CttFBA' A LARGE STOCK of TOP and
35SE?0PEN BUOOIES, ROCKAWAY8,
OABRIOLETTS. PHAiTONS, and a late stylo
of English D< g Cart, for salo at very reason?
able, prices, at the Repository, corner Lady
and Assembly streets.
Novl7 W. K. GREENFIELD^
Mince Heat.
JUST received, a lot of choice MINCE
M EAT. GEO. BYMMER8. _
Western Hay.
1 A A BALES TIMOTHY HAY, for sain low
l_\ f\ 1 forcash._HOPE A OYLV.H
K Certain Conn for Cnii.is anpFeveb?
First t ake tho Rlood and Liver Pills, to work
off the bile and purify tbo blood; threo or
four will bo sufficient. Then take a table
spoonfnlof HEINITSH'S CHILL CUBE. It
haH been tried; we know it
SELLINS ??T
BELOW COST!
TO CLOSE BUSINESS!
NO HUMBUG!
WE will noil oar whole and entire stock
CUBTOM-MADE CLOTHING, IIATS
CAPS and GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS
below cost, to cloeo bnsinoBB. Ail persons i
need of anything in onr lino should by al
moans embrace this opportunity.
S. STRAUS A BRO.,
Jan 9_Under Colombia Hotel.
FALL AND WINTER
CLOTHING
HATS, CAPS
AND
GESTS' FLRN1SU1N6 GOODS!!!
E are receiving and will continue to re?
ceive- through tbo season the best
w
Ready-made Clothing
That cannot bo surpassed, if equaled, by any
Custom-made. We have the very latest
fashions in Meltons, Diagonals, Cheviot
Beavers, Tricots, Black Dress Frock, Black
Doo Pants, Freuch and American Dress
Vests, Cloth, Silk and Hilk Velvet.
A spendid line of MetiV Y utba' and Boya1
UNDER-CLOTHlNG.Wbi.u andFancy Shirts*
Cheviot and Negligee Half Hose, Under-wear,
I Cardigan Jacki ?h, K< ck Wear, Suspenders,
Silk and Linen Unn ttkorchiofa, Shawls, Car?
pets and Traveling Bags.
SILK HATS?FALL STYLE.
49" We have marked onr Goods for net cash.
EINABD & WILEY.
Oct 1
11 w. c.
RE daily receiving additions to their clo*
. gant stock of
CLOTHING, HATS
GESTS' FIRS1SI1ISG. GOODS.
An ontirely new line of
MEN'S,BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
HATS,
Just received.
M
1
In our Cnatom Department we are exhibit?
ing the ehoicest patterns of foreign and do?
mestic
C ASSIII ER ES AND VE STINGS.
Give us a call.
R. & W. C. 8 WAE FIELD.
Dec 19_
2 O 0,0 0 0
In great varieties.
ENVELOPES*
GRAND arrival of new and ircprovedStapl?
and Fancy
STATIONERY!
Also, fine CUTLERY and FANCY ARTI?
CLES, suitable for Ladies and Gentlemen.
A visit to this House may amuse and induce
yon to purchase.
TBE BLANK BOOK MANL'FACTORT
BOOS BINDERY
Is in full operation. State, County. Batd
and Railroad {'dices and Business Honens of
all kinds supplied with Books, Ruled to any
pattern, with printed Heading, when re?
quired, in all stylos of Binding, at shortest
notice and living prices.
E. B. ST0EE8,
_Noy 24 Main street, Colombia, 8.JL
Just Received.
A Cl(\ CASES CANNED GOODS,
3fc!JU 100 boxes OANDY,
50 boxos SOAP,
200 barrels FLOUR,
100 barrels Whiskey,
100 dozen Axon,
200 dozen Pneket-Knlvee,
100 dozen pairs Trace Chains.
100 dozen Door and Pad-LoCks,
100 bundles Tie*,
100 bales Bagging.
For nale to-day, at New York prices an 1 car?
riage, having been purchased mainly before
the late ii dated prices.
J. n 6 L?RICK A LOWRANCE._
Oats, Bran, &o.
OA A BUSHELS FEEDING OATS.
OUU ? 000 lbs. Bran and Ship Stuff.
For sale by_HOPE A QYLE8.
Building Lot for Sale.
SUITABLE for the erection of TWOor more
Houses. Located corner of Lumber an<
Bull streets. Moasuros 108 feot each way.
I Terms cash. Apply at this Office.

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