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, The Kik? fxsr Mutton Fubkishex? New
Yoatt Urrx.-^-It seems moustroiia that
tberoshould bo no effective way, of pre
venting the introduotion and sale in oar
markets of diseased and poisoned meat.
Bat there ? no saoh way.'' Within a
fortnight past, those best informed upon
the subject estimate that 4,000 head of
sheep have been brought to New York
with a taint in their blood which has
broken oat in a disgusting disease of the
skin, and have been sold and eaten, no?
body interfering to prevent the sale.
Even this is not the worst. These Bheep
have been hurried into the market pre
oiatarcly, lest they should die upon the
hands of their owners. In consequence,
a number of the sheep have beou ewes,
heavy with young. The result of the
transportation of those in orowded oars,
and deprived of food for many days,
may be inferred. And yet these ewes,
not only saffering from a loathsome
disease, bnt utterly unfit to be eaten by
reason of their condition, have been
bought by unscrupulous dealers and sold
to unsospeoting householders. And yet
if there is a power in the Board of Health
to prevent the distribution of this
poisoned meat as food for human beings,
it has not be6u exercised, and every
hon Beholder is at the mercy of the men
in whom the lost of gain outweighs hu?
manity and decency. We have laws re?
gulating the sale of poison by the
draohm, but no effective Inws, it seems,
restricting the Sale of poison by the
oar-load.?Nino-York World.
If you feel doll, despondent, drowsy,
debilitated, have frequent headaches,
mouth tastes badly, poor appetite and
tongue ooatod, yon are suffering from
torpid liver, or "Biliousness." - Nothing
wilt euro you so speedily and perma?
nently as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery.
"Can't Do Without It."?This is
what the Btage and horse-oar oompnnies,
livery-stable keepers, members of the
turf, and all grooms and trainers say of
the Mustang Liniment. They "can't do
without it." And why? Because it in-,
fallibly reduces the external swellings,
&o., which, nnder various names, impair
the usefulness and value of the kiDf/>f
quadrupeds, and also because, for sprains,
btrains-, galls and other injuries to which
horse flesh ia liable, it is the most trust?
worthy preparation in the market. Yet
these recommendations comprise only a
portion of its claims to pnblio confidence.
Daring a period of more than sixteen
years, It has been recognized aa a specific
for many of the most agonizing disor?
ders which afflict the human family?
saoh as rheumatism, goat, neuralgia,
lumbago, tiodoloreax, sora throat, ear?
ache, tooth-ache; and, likewise, as a
peerless application for oats, bruises,
burns and soalds. - J 18 30
A northern Tribute to Commodore
Maori.?The Philadelphia Telegraph
(Republican) thus olosea its notice of
Commodore Maary's death:
'-'Saab splended services in the cause
of humanity and scienoe entitled him to
the grateful consideration of his country?
men and of the world. America should
take pride in his achievements, and with
them in view should look leniently upon
'his errors. That he should have con?
ceived it his duty to join the rebel cause
will ever be a matter of deep regret; but
the oiroumstanao should never bo al?
lowed to dim the lustre of the laurels he
won in tbe pursuit of scienoe, and in
labors that have redounded so much to
the safety of human life and the advance
of commerce."
? # . ?
Ai^iost a Widower.?Utah papers tell
us that William Clayton, one of the pil?
lars of the obarah in S ilt Lake City, has
lost, on an average, one wife every four
weeks for the last three months, by
elopement. This is sad for Williami who,
if this thiog goes on much longer, will
be entirely bereft of his wife. It seems
hard, after the pains ho must huve token
to get her together.
Pumps'. Pamps!! Pumps!!!
WE havo iuat been appointed AGKNTH
for BLATOHLEYy CUCUMBER WOOD
I'UM PR, suitable for wells of all doptbs. Tboy
are simple, duuable and economicii>, fur?
nishing pure water t j the owners at much less
expense thnn accompanies the use of lUe ciiy
water. Two of these Pumps have been put in
use in the city this present week, und are sub?
ject to ihe inspection of those interested.
For sale bv_JOHN AGNEW A SON.
North Carolina Hay.
7er is ALKS good N. O. HAY, for sale ow
O by noPE A GYLES,
Fob 2
Apples! Apples!
-I A BARRELS NORTHERN APPLES,
lAJ 2 Barrols CRANBERRIES, just, re?
ceived ami for sale by HOPE A GYLES.
To Rent,
A STORE, on Main atreot. Apply to
SEIDELS * EZELL,
jlan 7_Real Estate Amenta.
Seed Potatoes.
pr/\ BARRELS EARLY ROBE and EARLY
Ov7 GOODRICH, in line order, and for aalo
by HOPE & GYLES.
BY J. A. SELBY. COI
Unprkobobmted Success.?Within the pant
yoar, 200,000 boxes of Dr. Tutt's Vegotablo
Liver Pilhj have been sold, and not a single
instance is known where they have failed to
givo aatiefaction. If yon would enjoy life,
have a fine appetite and robust health, uso
those Pills.
Attouhta, November, 18G0.
Du. W. Il.Tun: It affords me muoh plea?
sure to testify to the great value of yoar
Liver Pills. They are all they are represented
to be. In my opinion, there are no piila so
well adapted in tho Southern climate as tb?y
are. Yours truly, JOS. BBUMMRL,
Late of Richmond, Ya.
Dr. Tutt's Bair Dye is endorsed by the best
Feb4 Chemists. ' }GTI1
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SIMMONS'
10
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JjlOR OVER FORTY YEARS this
PURELY VEGETABLE
LIVER MEDICINE has provod to be tho
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
for LIVER COMPLAINT and its painful off?
spring, DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Jaun?
dice, BtRous attacks, SICK HEADACHE,
Colic, Depression of Spirits, SOUR STO?
MACH, Heartburn, CHILLS AND FEVER,
Ac, Ao.
After years of careful experiments, to meet
a great and argent demand, we now produce
from onr original Genuine Powders
THE PREPARED,
a Liquid form of SIMMONS' LIVER REGU?
LATOR, containing all its wonderf aJ and valu- [
able properties, and offer it in
ONE DOLLAR BOTTLES.
The Powders, (price sb before,) $1.00 per!
paokage.
Sent by mail, $1.04.
JM- CAUTION! Ii*
Buv no Powders or PREPARED SIMMONS'
LIVER REGULATOR unless In our engraved |
wrapper, with Trado mark. Stamp and Signa?
ture unbroken. Nono other is genuine.
j. h. zkil.iim ?fc CO.,
MACON, QA, and PHILADELPHIA.
Sold by all Druggists.
Jan. 30, [Sept. U] ttflly._
A TT'PTi^i'Vr 1 LEA * PERRINS
t/iiUllUil ! Worcestersh'e Sauce \
Buyers are oautioned to avoid the numerous
Counterfeits and infitationB offered for salo.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS, New York,
Pot 29 tly Agents for the United States.
Mocha and Java Coffees. .
BAGS Old Government JAVA,
10 pockets Pure Mocha.
For salo low by_HOPE A GYLES.
Oats and Corn.
1AAA BU8HELS FEEDING OATS,
,UUU 700 bushels White torn,'for |
sale low for cash._HOPE A GYLES.
Notice.
THE po?or of Attorney issued to SAMUEL I
SAMPSON,to transact business for mo'at
Newberry, ha.; been revoked. All legal
claims will be paid by me, and all persons in?
debted to mo will mako immediate settle-1
ment. HARDY SOLOMON.
Jan 20_
BAHDKL W. melton, D. u. cuambeblain,
Atlomey-Genoral. Er-Attorney-General.
MELTON & CHAMBERLAIN,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
WILL practice in all the Courts of this
Stalo, and in tho United States Courts
for the District of South Carolina.
Ofllcos at Columbia, S. C, in the Stato
House, and in tho Carolina National Bank
building, up stairs. ._ _jJan 3 3mo
Cheap Pictures.
AHthero is a demand for cheap pictures,
we havo mado arrangements to mako
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 tho old prices. Come one, come
all, and see for yourself.
WEARN A HIX'S
Dec 12 3mo New Art Gallery, Main street.
Headquarters Garden Seed
at
Heinitsh's Drug Store.
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KARLY CAU1IAGES
For Market and the Table.
CARTER'S SUPER! INE EARLY?The ear?
liest known.
Early Jersey Wakefleld?Standard early for
market.
Early Winniugstadt?The host for all soils.
French Ox-Heart?A very popular early
kind.
Schweinfutl Quintal?Earliest of all Drum?
heads,
Marble-head Mammoth?The largest in tho
world.
Early Flat Dutch Cabbago?Approved by
Laudreth.
Early Couo Cabbage?Boiler than Early
York.
Early Sugar-loaf?Highly prized an early.
Early Drum-head, Late Drum-head.
Late Flat Dutch, Drum-head Savoy.
Green Glazed?Winter Cabbage.
EARLY PEAS.
EXTRA EARLY?OARACTACU8, earliest.
Early Kent, Karly May.
Early Dan O'Bonrko.
Early Eugenie, Little Com.
Long Pod Prolific.
I All approved varieties, at reduced prices.
Oall at HEINITSH'S
I Jan IS X_Drug Store.
Thorburn's Garden Seeds,
FRESH and good, for salo by
Jan 23 '_ HOPE A GYLES.
Ohl nowspapora for salo at Pikemx
office, at fifty cents a hundred.
iTJMBIA, S. C, SATURDAY M
SELLING OFF !
WINTER STOCK!
TRE GREAT CLEARANCE SALES
WINTER GOODS!
COMMENCES MONDAY, January 13,1873,
and continues for thirty dayB. *
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All AVINTER OOODS will be sold without i
regard to coat, 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
regular prices:
BLANKETS, OAS
SIMERES, JEANS,
FLANNELS, UNDER-SHIRTS,
FURS, &c.
The stock of DRESS GOODS,
Boulevard Skirts, Knit Woolen
Goods and Millinery, at less
than cost.
_R. C. 8HIVER & CO.
CARBI AGES
and
BUGGIES!
CALL at the Factory East of tho
Post Ofiico and examine quality,
workmanship and prices before pur?
chasing auction goods. We cannot
bo undersold in good vehicles.
M. J. OALNAN, Agent.
JOHN AONEW, Proprietor.
Jan 11 __
Choice Wines.
K/\ RASKETS UEIDSICK CHAMPAGNE
Pj\ f 10 cases Sparkling Catawba,
10 oases "Vix Rara."
10 oaBes "KolloyV' Island Wine.
10 oases "Red Seal,"
3 cask.i "Harmony Sherry,"
2 caBka "Amontilado Shciry,"
2 casks "Rosero Madeira."
For nale by HOPE A OYLES.
Now is the Time.
j f)rv r\r\r. LBS. BACON, al the lowest
\ ?\.J?V1\t\j prices ever offered in this
j country. Will mako contracts to deliver at
any tiine during the comug season, at present
prices.
We pay no runt, pa; no iutcrest, do moat of
our work ourselves, du more business with
tho samo uxponne than any house in the
Stato, and can und will ofTor inducements in
price*. L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
HIEBS 1111(11
GRAND CENTRAL
Dry Goods Establishment
or
W. D. LOVE & CO.
PREPARATORY to taking onr yearly in?
ventory, wo have reduced the prioes of
our winter stock, with a view to eloso them
out, to make room for an extensive and at?
tractive lino of SPRING GOODS.
Our Bargain Counters contain a e,nat
many CHEAP GOODS.
Woinvito all to call and got porno of tho
bargains, at the GRAND CENTRAL DRY
GOODS ESTABLISHMENT, corner Slain and
Plain streets, undor tho Wheeler House.
W. D. Lovk, > W. D. LOVE A CO.
B. B. MeOitnaiiv. j_ _Jan 12
Eggs and Sweet Potatoes.
IRA DOZEN fresh EGGS,
LOU 2.1 bushels Spanish SWEET POTA
i TOE'S. For sale by HOPE fc GYLES.
ORNING, FEBRUARY 8, lgjjr
1 Case of SPRING
PRINTS just received
at
O. F. JACKSON'S.
Remnants of Embroi?
deries and Ribbons
cheap, at
G. F. JACKSON'S.
Jan 31
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A Desirable Investment!
NOT TAXABLE
BY THE
STATE, fclTY OR COUNTY.
A SAVING
OF NEAItLY
Three and One-half Per Cent. Per An.
CHARLOTTE. COL. & AUG. R, R.
seven rr.n cent.
COUPON BONDS,
Secured by a Morlgage on the entire Pro- j
perty of the Road. Interest Payable
Semi-Annually, on the 1st of
January and lsl of July.
The Central National Bank,
OK COLUMBIA.
OFFERS for ealca limit cd amount of above
mentioned BONDS, at tbe following rut e -
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS, (only f 10,000 per
iL dt-,) at 82 cents and accrued interest; SE?
COND MORTGAGE, (only $5.000 per mile,)
at 75 cents and accrued iut< real, and recom?
mend them to Trustoes and others hiving I
money to invest, as being tbo tnost desirable \
security on the market, for tbe following rea?
sons, to wit:
First.?Tuey cannot be taxed iiy tueState,
County or City. The United States Supreme
Court, in the case of the Northern Ceutral
Railroad vs. Jackson, (see 7 Wallace, Supremo
Court U. S , page 267,) decided that, when a
Railroad mortgage is a joint one,on property
lying in two or more Mates, the bonds se?
cured thereby are not liable to be. taxed by
either of the stater; and the same principle
relievos them from taxation by County, City,
or iowu. The Charluite, Columbia and Au?
gusta bonds aro secured by a joint mortgago
un property lying in North Carolina, South
Carolina and Georgia.
Si-conk.?Recause they are absolutely safe,
being secured by a drat mortgage of only
$10,000, and a second mortgago of only $5,000
per mile on the ontire road from Charlotte to
I Augusta, and on all the workshops, bridges,
franchise and equipments of said road.
Third.?Recauso the sale ol tbe lirst mm t
gage bonds will extinguish the floating debt
of the road, and the proceeds ot tho second
mortgage bonds will be exclusively applied
to improving tbe road and adding to its
< qnipments; thus enhancing tho value of the
property mortgaged.
flFoUKTK ?Because the bonds are coupon
bonds, and the interest payable in Now York,
Charlolto, Columbia or Augusta, at the op?
tion of tho holder. Thus th y can bo col?
lected through any bank without i xpenso.
Fifth ?The business of the Road is rapidly
increasing, and the property aud franchise
daily becoming more valuable?the net earn?
ings lor tbo last live mouths being over fifty
per cent, moro than for tbo corresponding
mouths of tho proccding year.
Sixth ?These Bonds are practically re?
deemable in gold, for specie payment will cor?
tainly bo resumed heluro their maturity. In?
vestors will, therefore, buy with greenbacks
worth 87 j conts, and receive their pay at par
?thus adding a profit of ovK? timmty cents
on tho dollar on the First Mortgage Hands,
j ami oveb tiii bty-hevex cents on the Second
I Mortgage Hands, and in the meantime rocciv
! ing a high rato of interest.
Finally.?As these Bonds hayo a fixed
j value in Now York, Charlotte, Columbia and 1
j August a, they are considered good collate?
rals, on which money can always he borrowed
for tcuiporarv purposes.
JOHN B. I'ALM Eli, President.
A. G. BnnNiZKi: Cashier. Jan ?1
ftle Event;" i ? a .. V
5. V?lW/TCH?NO-:- 275. *
A KARE CHANCE
fob a
GOOD UTttTIlIT.
BEINO desirous of charnglr"g my bunincftfi,
I offer fof aalo tbo entire stock of tho ?
Exchange House,
consi8tino of . T. v\
BRANDIES. WINES, -*".'" ' .
? WHISKIES.* GINS. - " ' -
HUM, AfjE, OIGA^B, et^C.,
And all the fixtures necesBary to.carrv'?n a
FIRST CLASS BAR and RESTAURANT.
Tho houao iB conveniepUy located, and ar?
ranged for private or transient Boarders, and
now enjoys-a'fair patronage. It contains
ton FURNISHED ROOMS, besides two DIN?
ING ROOMS, front and back,'.BAB'*ROOM
and KITCHEN. Attached, to tho establish
ment is a Uno Cock-Fit, Htablea fpr Horses,
etc. For further nar,ticulara.. apply to or'
address P. HAMILTON JOYNER,
Dee 14_- . . ? Colnmbia; S; C.
F?K. SALE
at the i
CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK
SEVEN-TEE OK NT.
COUPON BONDS
or uii:
CITY OF COLUMBIA,
Secured by a Sinking Fund. ~Cou'pons secured
by an Annual Tax and Receivable for City
Taxes. Honda non-taxable, by the City.
Bond Debt of the Citjj Limited by Law to
JGO0.0O0. Taxable Property of the City
17,000,000.
THE BONDS offered aro authorized by an
Act of Assembly approved March '13,
1872, for the construction of the new City
Hall. Their final redemption in, by the terms
of said Act, secured by a "sinking fund," to
bo accumulated from the annual rents or the
building. These rents will reach from' ?8,000
to S10.0U0 per annum: and the Carolina Na?
tional Bank holds a lien of the building.for a
term of twonty years, as trustee, with power
to collect the rents and hold the same invest
od aa a fund for the redemption of the sorters.
By said Act a special annual taxlsjtaqulred
to be levied to pay the elmi- annual coupons,
and the Carolina National .Bank is made the I
trusteo of the city to receive' the taxes when
collected and to pay the coupons. The cou?
pons are also receivable for oity taxes.
The taxable property of the city- is at pre?
sent assessed at $7,000,OCO; and by said. Act
the bond debt of the city cannot be increased
beyond fGOO.OOO whilst thesotbonds aro out
ttanding. The bonds are exempt by law from
eitj taxation.
These bonds are offered to the public at
eighty nett, with interest from date of pur?
chase to January 1, 1873, allowed in settle?
ment. After that date, the accrued interest
to be added. .... .
To citizens of Columbia these bonds will
give an income of 1*2| per cent., &? may be
scon from the following statement:
Seven per cont. bonds, at 75,
annual iuterest.9J per cent.
Nineteen yearn to run, averago
increase per annum. 1J percent.
City tax saved. 2 percent.
Average annual income.12?
Deo 11 __._._
Millinery.
MRS/ C. E. REED has been
awarded the highest premiums,
, for 1871 and 1872, for tho BEBT
; MILLINERY, consisting of
Ladies' and Children's BON?
NETS, HATS and CAPS. Ladies'
Underwaro. Hair, and Fancy 1
Article* of every description,
which will bo sold at reduced
prices. Tho publio in general
are invited to call and see f r themselves be
foro onrnhasinir elsewhere. Deo 7
New Publications.
NEW JUVENILE BOOKS. London edi
tinns, illustrated.
New Htandard works for libraries.
Now Sovel?, in cheap, binding.
AIho, a rrosb stock of WRITING DESKS. 1
Portfolio*, Gold Pens, Pon-Knivee, rocket
Book*. Photograph Albnmsof all sizes, Fancy
Brackets and Book Shelves, and a general
variety of Letter. Note and Cap Papers, En
volopos and Fancv Stat iocery, for sale by
_Nnv5 ? _JJ lt. L. BRYAN.
DEXTER STABLES,
_COLUMBlA, 8. C, Decembkk 27, 1872.
ON and after Jann
ary 1, 1873,1 shall el?
s'pect all persons hiring
teams at Dexter Stables to PAY' for sAmo as
hoou rh uned: and if stranjrers wish to hire
teama. they must PAY IN ADVANCE.
All pereons indebted to Royce A Co. must!
make payment imiuediati iy, or their account a
will be put into hands of roaglstrato for col?
lection. C.H. PETT1NGILL,
Dec 21) For Bo?oz A Co
Sanders House.
I^HIS HOUSE, situated at Ninety-Six.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, has i
been thoroughly renovated and refurnished.
Tho traveling public may rest assured that
they will he turm-hed with accommodations
Hoeond to m>ne in tho Ktato, at reasonable
rales. SANDERS A URO.,
Jan 9 _Proprietors.
Now Mackerel.
f?f\ KITS Moss and No. 1 MACKEREL.
Ol r 50 Half and Whole Barrels, la, 2s. Is.
50 Boxe? Scaled Herrings.
.r)()0 George's Codfish.
For ?ale low by HOPE A GYLES.
Carriages.
C&WJl' A LARGE STOCK of TOP and I
Ifis?SfOPEN BUGGIES. ROCKAWAY8, |
0ARRIOLETTS, PILE TONS, and a lato style
of English Di g Cart, lor salo at very reason?
able prices, at tho Repository, cornox Lady
and Afsembly streets.
N .v 17 W. K. GREEN FIELD._
Mince Meat.
received, a lot of choice MINCE
AT. OEO. BYMMER8.
Western Hay.
BALES TIMOTHY HAY, for salo low
fur caah._HOPE A OYLES.
A ?KIITAIH CvtlC FOB CllU.Ml AND Fkveb?
First take the Blood and Liver Pills, to work
off the bile and purify tbo blood; three or
four will be sufficient. Then tako a tablo
?noonfnlof HEINITSH'H CHILL CURE. It
lias been tried; wo know it
TUST
ME
100
n ? h u'm b it ak
? ?? ????.?
/ITTjrE will noli our whole and entiro stock*
W C?ST?M-MADE CLOTHING, HATS
GAPS , and" GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS
i below"coBt, to close business. All persona,!
[heed' of any thing in our lino should by al
nican? ombraco thi*opportunity. . ?
' . - .? jy*TJBAD8 & BRO.,
Ja* 9 '.i1. ? ' ^aeyoatjtiqj)!* Hotel.
- ~ AND-. .-f> * - . ? V'?*.???'
?-? ? .
WE are receiving and will continue to re?
ceive through the season the host
Ready-made. Clothing
Tha.t-;oanhbt;ho.surpaB86d; jf equaledJ-hyrfiry
CueWrn-made. .Wo,ih&ve.-the-,^ery,.jAteji
fABhidns " in' .-Meltons, Di?gojisQs, ?, "Cheviot
toavers, Trioote, Blank -Dress 1 Frock,- Black
be Pants, French and 'American Dress
eatsV Cloth", Silk and Bilk Velvet."
? 'A ?nondid lino of Men's, Y?*utba* and -Boys'
TJNDER-CLOTH lKGrWhi,tv und Fancy SU?*,
Cheviot and Negligee Ralf Rose, Under-weiaJi
Cardigan Jackots,; Nrok-Woar, Huqpotador?,
Silk and -Linen Handkerchiefs, Shawla," Car
pots and Traveling Bags. "
SILK HATS?FALL STYLE.
49" We have marked onr Goods for net cash,
KIN ARD & WILEY.
Oct 1 . ?>
t i l C: SWA
RE daily receiving additions to their ele
L gant-Btoxk-of -
CL?TH1TO, SATS
AND
GERTS' FMISI1I.V0 GOODS.
An entirely new line of
MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN '8
? ? ..y *? >*Sti * ; ? >
HATS ,
Just received.
In onr Custom Department we are exhibit
I ing the choicest patterns of foreign and do
mestio
CASSIBERES AND NESTINGS.
Give ns a call.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
Dec 19_
2 0 0,000
In great varieties.
envelopes!
GRAND arrival of new and improved Staple
and Fancy
STATIONERY!
Also, fine ODTLERT and FANCY ARTI?
CLES, suitable for Ladies and Gentlemen.
A vieit to this Mouse may amuse and induce
you to purchase.
THE BUNK BOOK MANUFACTORY
book bindert
Is in full operation. State. County. Bank
and Railroad Offices and Business Houses of
all kinds supplied with Books, Rnled to any
pattern, with printed Heading, when re
[ quired, in all styles of Binding, at shortest
notice and living prices.
E. R. STOKES,
Nov 24_Main street, Colnmbia, 8. C
Just Received.
A f\f\ caseb canned goods,
^tWU 100 boxes OANDY,
50 boxes SOAP,
200 barrels FLOUR,
100 barrels Whiskey,
100 dozen Axes,
200 dozen Pocket-Knives,
100 dozen pairs Trace Chains,
100 dozen Door and Pad-Locks,
100 bundles Ties,
100 bales Sagging.
For sale to-day, at New Yoik prices ant oar
riago, having been purchased mainly before
the late Inflated prices.
j?n? UmI CK A LOWRANOB.
Oats, Bran, &c.
or\n BUSHELS FEEDING OATS.
oUU "' 000 Ibe. Bran and Ship Stuff.
For salo by HOPE A OYLES.
Building Lot for Sale.
SC ITA RLE for tho erection of TWOor more
nouses. Located cornor of Lnmber and
I Bull streets. Measures 108 feet each way.
I Terms cash. Apply at this Office.

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