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oKSiatiioea proclaimed by the recent
edict of the Governmanfc. ? Thaa tha^Ja^
panese calendar is henoeforth to coin
oida^h that of European oouutrie-8,
add January 1,1873, was made the first
day ?l the first month of the 2533d year
frominthe I accession of the first Mikado.
Every, aeventb, instead of ovory fifth1
day is to be kept as a holiday, attd the
day is to be divided into twenty-four
hours, instead of twelve periods of two
hours each. December 25 is to be held
sacred.to the memory of Zinmer Tonno,
the first IS ompuror of .Japan. Tha high
officers of, Japan are now required (o.
wear European court dresses' and to
attend the levees to be held-weekly by
the Mikado, 'i^ho edict regulates mar
thuuk>nd , divofQe, audi abolishes the. 1
right to diaoaraa wife without eufBoient
roawon. Labor is also regulated, and
workmen are not permitted to be idle 'on
wet days or on' holy days not prescribed
by law. '-[The. thick mats with whiah
house ftoors are opvered are prohibited,
iu order tb prevent lounging and sleep-,
ing at mid-day. The faahion of wearing
the hair is regulated, and the men are
ordered to cat off their top knots, and
to wear their hair in the European atylo.; |
The women are permitted to retain. the
old atyle, bat mu?t dispense with their
hair dressers and do np their own hair.
The establishment of an order of honor
has been decreed by tke Mikado, and
"for valor" wilL be engraved on the
badges; of 1 ? the military members, and
"for merit" on "ie badges of civilians.
The Japanese Parliament, it has been
decided, will be composed of an upper
and a lower house. The upper houee
will, consist of men of rank, and as few
of the old nobility are sufficiently edu?
cated to not as-legislators, they will be
permitted to nominate their sons, if pro
perl? instructed, to occupy their respeo
? tive places.
Ij? you yjSB&.dnll, despondent, drowsy,
debilitated, have frequent headaches,
mouth tastes -badly, poor appetite and
tongue coated, y?u are suffering from
torpid liver, or "Biliousness." Nothing
wil| cure you so speedily and perma?
nently aa Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Dis??yery. '
**Oah't Do Without It."?This is
what the stage and horse-oar companies,
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? Becauso it in?
fallibly reduces the external b Wellings,
which, under various names, impair
the usefulness' and value of the king- of
quadrupeds, end also because, for sprains,
strains* galls and other injuries' to whieh
horseflesh is liable, it is the most trust?
worthy preparation in the market. Yet
these recommendations oompriae only a
portion of>its olaims to public confidence.
During a; period of more than sixteen
years, it has been recognized as a specific
.for many of the most agonizing disor?
ders which afflict the .human family
such as - rheumatism, goat, neuralgia,
lumbago, tiodolorenx, soro throat, ear?
ache, tooth-ache; and, likewise, as a
peerless application' for cuts, bruises,
burns and scalds: ? - J 18 30
Tom Smithy a ..Louisville murderer,
had bis/death warrant read to him the
other dayk and he replied: "Ohl stop
fooling around and go on with the hang?
ing 1" They are going to on the 18th of
March-' ?
Flowj Steel, Iron and Flow Moulds.
ATOLL 8TJPPI1Y of best imported PLOW
STEEL, Sweeda (rpa and Plow Moulds,
on nand and for ealo low, by
Peb 5 1 JOHN AONEW Jk BON.
Musical..
S. A. OL.LEVEB, Profoaaor of
[Musical Composition and the Law
._ _ lof Harmony, will give instruction
on any instrument desired. Musical Compo?
sition a specialty.
The above named can be fonnd at the
Mnsio Store of W. H. LyBraud & Son.
Befebenoks?W. H. LyBrand, Columbia, S.
C.j'O. (i. Jaegor, Eaq., Newberry, 8. C. ?. :
Feb5_13 mo
Boarders.
MBS. K. NEWSOM, rosiding on Biohland
street, between Lincoln and Oatea, is
now prepared to accommodate six steady
boarders, including a lady and gentleman.
Fob 4 . ._ ?_
Mules and Horses.
FIFTY head of Kentucky <Z\
M?LES and HOUSES, suit- IdSTTS
_able for all purpoaoe?some f \ }~\
or uiom particularly, tine. Can be -
soon at Daly's Stable.
Fob 4 6 _ It. GRAHAM A. CO.
Oorn Whiskey.
IyURE MOUNTAIN CORN WHISKEY.
Also, a lot of four year old MALT cu UN
WHISKEY. Warranted puro.
Jan 23_JOHN O. SEKQEBH.
Apples! Apples!
1 f\BARRELS NORTHERN APPLES,
I \f 2 Barrola ORANBBRRIKS, just re?
ceived and for Bale by HOPE & GYLES.
To Rent,
A STOKE, on Main streut. Apply to
SEIBELH A EZBLL,
Jan 7 Real Estate Agents.
Southern Medicines
FOR SOUTHERN PEOPLE. Medicines for
the South, prepared at tho South, from
in<Ugenoua roota of tho South, for all dtacaees
incident to tho South.
Prepared by HEIN1TSH, Cuemiet.
A groat achievement. Twenty yeara ago.
to have bm1 that such a Drug Establishment
aa HEINITHH'S, for tho mannraeturo of
Modicinea for the South, would bo a anocesa,
would have boen regarded aachomorical. But
such ia the fuel; sincosa over attonda well-ap?
pointed means, and npon thia base wo pro
poao to go on, aud offer to tho ufllicted tho
only rt-modiefl worth trying:
Heiiiitfch'jj QUEEN.S DKLIQUi', for the
Blood.
HelnHsh'jj IJLOOD AND LIVER TILLS, for
tbo Liver.
lleinilsh'a KINA CHILL CURE, for tho
Chills.
Ileinitsh'a COUQII EXPECTORANT, Stan
Uy, for tjio Cough.
li*lniteh'fl OEI&HON TETTER WASH; for
llio Tetter.
lleipitsh'a QUAKr.lt LINIMENT, for Bhcn
muti&m.
Tor sale, wholesale and retail, at
K. Hi HEtNltaU'fl
Jan lil 1 Drag and Uhemical tftorc-.
I ,11 111", HUH ? I .
,uj^nid?*u77 f^tooD bom.i. .*.' ?in f ?vji>.
nrful boaunj natu gnDc t .'? T/J toda't^n
W j. Af,;SJBLBT. . CC
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK,
? OP l Iii -
COL^M^l A, S. C.
->??
Premni Capital, >jj?>:!; /'n > v1 "? $1
Authorized Capital,... , . . ;. $5
OFFICERS.
JOHN B. PALMER, President. . .
A, Q. BBhNIZBRjOasbUr. w&
O.N. Q. BUri\ Assistant Cashier. ' f
THI8 BANK will soon ?ccopy ita riiagnifl
cerit threo-storj and Mansard Bodf baild
iag, now in course of construction on, the
corner of Plain and Riobardaou streets; but
for the prsaent will do business tit its old
Banking House, opposite Columbia Hotel. A. |
General Banking Business transacted. Cc
Jer
tiflcatea of Deposit, bearing interest'iat the I
rate of seven per cent, per anuum, issued.
Notes, Bills of Exchange, and Other evidences
of debt discounted, and money loaned on col?
laterals. Stocks, Bonds, Gold, Silver bought
and aold. Drafts on all the prominent cities
in the United Statoa bought and sold.
Dm koto fib?J. ?li Gregg, John B. Palmer,
F. W. MoMaster, B. D. Bonn, (of B.iD. Benn &
Bon,) Q. W. Beardon, (of OopolanoY & Bear
den,) B. Ij. Bryau, (of Bryan St MeCarter.)
W. O. Bwafneld, (ol B. <fe W. <j. Bwaffield.) W.
B. Btanley, J. O. Seogere: Samuol McQowan,
Abbeville; J. H. Bion, Winnsboro. TA 8
WILLIAM: GLAZE,
dkal8b ik
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
SETS DIAMOND, PEARL, CO-1
>RAL and GOLD, foil and half:
[DIAMOND b1ngh and
{BROOCHES; Jowelryin Jet and
?Gold, in varioty; BILVER
Wake. BttlDAL PRESENTS,*Spoons. Forks,
Ac ; Goblets, Cnpa, Plated Ware, a fall etook;
Military and Fancy Qooda, Hoasehold Goods,
Guns, Pistole and Sporting Qooda.
N. B.?Watches, Clocks and Jewelry RE?
PAIRED at short notice, in the bout style. All
work warranted.
Orders from tho oonntry promptly attended
to WILLIAM GLAZES,
Three doors below Wheeler House.
Jan 26 _Vj__;_tU
Unprecedented Success1
09 ins
SINGER
The Singer Sewing Machine |
BBOKTKD'
FIRST PREMIUMS,
J i at
18 72,
AT
State Fair, Atlanta, Ga.,
Anderson Fair,- S. C.,
Darlington Fair, S. G.
Look at their sales:
181,360 Machines sold in 1871; 52,784 more
than any company.
The Singer Manufacturing Company. Main
street, Columbia, S. C. W. J. WAY,
Nov 18 f6m ' '_ Agent.
POM ARIA NURSERIES.
Established 1850. r'
I^UE proprietor baa a largo and .thrifty
. stock ot Southern and acclimated FRUIl1
TREES, from the earliest to the latest. Ap?
ples, Peaohea, Pears, PI atria,1 Cherries, Apri?
cots, Nootarinos, Quinces, Medlars, Pome?
granates, Ever-boaring Mulberries, Figs,
English Walnuts, Spanish Chestnuts, Fil
borta, Grapes, in great variety; Raspberries,
Strawberry Plants, all the best; Rosen,
Dahlias, Gladiolos, Verbenas, Yiolets, Ac;
Ornamental Flowering .Shrubs, Evergreens,
for Cemeteries and Lawn,in groat variety;
Osage, Orange and Macartney Roses, for
hedges; Horse Radish and Asparagus Roots,
particularly adapted to our climate. A de?
scriptive catalogue eont to all applicanta.
Mr. John Wbito is my Ag?ut at Columbia.
Address. WM. SUMMER,
Nov 24 3mot Pomaria, S. O.
Mocha and Java Coffees.
BAG8 Old Government JAVA,
10 pockets Pnre Moeha.
For sale low by BOPE Jfc GYLES.
10
, Oats and Corn.
IT f\(\f\ BUSHELS FEEDING OATS,
X.l/LfU 700 buohela Whito Corn, fori
sale low for oash. HOPE A OYLES.
Notice.
TnE power of Attorney iaeood to SAMUEL
SAMPSON, to transact business for mo at
Nowborry, has been revoked. AH legal
olairas will bo paid by me, and all persons in?
debted to mo will mako immodiato nettle
men t. HARDY SOLOMON.
Jan 20_
SAMUEL W. MELTON, J). II. CII A M i; EllI.A I N ,
Attorney-General. Ex-Attorney-General.
MELTON & CHAMBERLAIN.
Attorneys and Councilors at Law,
. COLUMBIA, S. C.
WILL practice in all the Courts of this
Btato, and in tho United States Courts
for the District of South Carolina.
OOlocs at Columbia, S. C, in tho Rtate
House, and in tho Carolina National Bank
building, up stairs._._Jau 3 3mo
Cheap Pictures.
AS there is a demand for cheap 'pictures,
wo have made arrangements to make
any kind nf PICTURE, and as cheap as any
wherein tho world. Four Tintypes for $1;
sixteen Photographs, "cheap," #2; our flue
Pictures at tho old prioes. Oomo one, come
all, and soo for yourself.
WE ARN A HIX S
Deo 12 3mo New Art Oallery, Main street.
Thor barn's Garden Seeds,
RESH and good, for sale hv
Jau 23_HOPE & OYLES.
Duo West Female College. |
THIS is, as to its present organi?
zation, tho oldest Female College
in tho Stato.
i An able and experienced teacher
of Mtteie and tno Modern x,an
?_ gnngaB has recently boon added
to tho Faculty, in Mio person of Dr. Henri
Auiiinael, of Geneva, Switzerland.
Tho advantages are equal to tho best, and
Lho expense's .as reasonable as those of imy
good institution.
Ovor one hundred pupils aro notv present.
There is room for a fow rtiore.
Apply h ! ones to
.. J. I. BONNEfi, I'reaidcbt.
Duo West, Abbeville L'btuity, S. C.
Jtin 2-5 lrno
F
'Let our inst Oensuret
?LTJMBMyS. C., SUNDAY M(
SELLING OFF !
WINTER STOCK!
TDK GREAT CLEARANCE SALES
WINTER GOODS!
COMMENCES MONDAY, January 13,1873,
and continnca for thirty days. 1
? i
All WINTER GOODS will ho sold without j
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, &o.
The stock of DRESS GOODS,
Boulevard Skirts, Knit Woolen
Goods and Millinery, at less
than cost.
E.. C. SHIVER & CO.
Jsn 5
CARRIAGES
AND '
BUGGIES!
CALL at'tho Factory Eaat of tho
Post Ofilco and examine quality,
workmanabip and prices before pr.r
chaaing anction gooila. We cannot
bo undersold in good vehicles.
M. J. CALNAN, Agent.
JOHN AGNEW, Proprietor.
Jan 11_
Choice Wines.
P? f\ BASKETS HEIDSICK CHAMPAGNE,
O* " 10 canes 8parkling Catawba,
10 oases **Vix Bara."
10 casos "Kelley's" Island Wine.
10 cases "Red Seal,"
3 oaska "Harmony Sherry,"
2 casks "Amontilado Sherry,"
2 casks "Resore Madeira." "
For salo by__ HOPE A GYLES.
Now is the Time.
i)f\ (\(\{\ LB8. BACON, al tr* lowest
?v?\/\f\J prices over offoreu in this
country. Will make contracts to detioer at
any time during the comng season,at preseut
prices.
We pay no rent, pay no interest, do most of
our work ouikoIvub, do more business with
tbo samo expeneo than any houso in the
Stato, and can and wt!l offer inducements in
pricea. L?RICK & LOWBANOE._
PRICES 81I8CB8
GRAND CENTRAL '
Dry Goods Establishment
of
W. D. LOVE & CO.
PREPARATORY to taking our yearly in?
ventory, .VO havo reduced Mio pticcs oT
our winter stock, with a view to close Hum
out, tonuko roo.u for an extensive und at?
tractive line ot SPRING ?OODH.
Our Bargain Com ?ors contain a great
many CHEAP GOODS.
Wo Invito all to call ' id l'I sonio of the
bargain*, nt the OKA1 CENTRAL DRY
j (K)ODS ESTABLISH MF -oilier Main and
Plain street**, under the lcr House.
W. I). T.ovk, ) J. LOVKACO.
B. B. MoOiucrny { Jon U
Egff8 and Swefct Potatoes.
1p?/"V DOZEN fre*>< E0O9,
?lV? 25 bushels '..panidh SWEET P 4ft\.
TJES. For salo by HOPE i QYLF-ft
Attend the Ti
)RNIN43, FEBRUARY 9, 1873
HI I MM^^M?I?P??IMI^M
1 Oase of SPRING
. i I ? : ; i ? it. . i. lIJi
PRINTS just received
at i
0. F. JACKSON'S.
Remnants of Embroi?
deries and Ribbons
cheap, at
O. F. JACKSON'S.
! Jan 31
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A Desirable Investment!
NOT TAXABLE
BY ana
STATE, CITY OE COUNTY.
A SAVING
OF NEARLY
Three and One-half Per Cent. Per An.
CHARLOTTE, COL. & AUG. R, R,
SEVEN 1'in CUNT.
COUPON BONDS,
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,
op columbia,
OFFERS for ealoa limited amount of above
mentioned IIONPS, at tbo following rato
FIRSr MORTGAGE HONDS, (only tlO.000 per
a.ile,) at H'2 cents and accrued interest; SE?
COND MORTGAGE, (only $5.01)0 per mile,)
at 75 cunts and accrued iutcrubt, and recom?
mend tiicm to Trustees and others hiving
money to invost, as being the most desirable
tecurily on the market, tor tbe following rea?
sons, tu wit:
FmsT.?They cannot ilK taxed by tiieState,
CoOnty oa Citv. 1'ho United States Supreme j
Court, in the caao of tho Northern Central
Railruad on. Jackson, (Men 7 Wallace, Supreme
Court U. B , page 207,) decided that, when a
Railroad mortgage is a joint ono.on piopoity
lying in two or more Matr?, tbe bonds uu
cured thereby are not liable to be| taxed by
i ither of the State?; and tho same principle
relievos them from taxation by County, City,
or Town. Tbe Charlotte, Columbia and Au?
gusta boiid? aro secui ed by a joint mortgage
on property lying in North Carolina, South
Carolina and Georgia. ?
Second.?Uocauso they arc absolutely safe,
being secured by a lirst mortgage of only
*10,UU0, and a second mortgage of only (5.000
pur milo on the entire road.from Cbarlntto to
Angusta, and on all the workshops, bridges,
franchise and equipments of said road.
Tuinu.-Because tbe salo ot the lirst mort- j
gage bonds will extinguish tbe floating debt
of the r^hd, and the proceeds of the second
mortgage oondn will ho exclusively applied
to improving tbo road and adding to its
j tqaipwi uts; thus enhancing tho value of the
property mortgaged.
flgFoumn ?Because t! o bonds are coupon
bonds, and tie interest payable in New York,
Charlotte. Columbia or Augusta, at tho op?
tion of tli holder. Thui th y can be col?
lected through any b ink without expense.
Finn.?Tue business of the Koad is rapidly
increasing.', and tho property and franchise
daily becoming more valuable?the nut earn?
ings for the last live rilomhs being over fifty
pur cent, moro than for the corresponding
months of the preceding year.
Sixth --These ltond* are practically re?
deemable in gold, for specie pajnicut will cer?
tainly bo resumod before their maturity. In?
vestors will, therefore, buy With greenbacks
worth 87| cents, and receive their pay at par
?thus adding a pi ofit of ovr.n THIUTY CENTS
on tho dollar on the First Martgog? llunds.
hud ovi'.u TllIHTY-BEVEN oKN'is ,o? (he Second
Mortgage Honda, and in I he uu anlitm rocoiv
Jug a high rato of interest.
Finally.? As theso D?nds have a flxrd
value in Now York, Charlotte, Columbia und
Augusta, i hey are considered good collate
raja, op which money can always bo borrowed
lor temporary pnrpoai s.
.11>11m IJ. l'AT ?IF.'?. President.
A. tr. Mhbni/.rh, Cashier. Jan i
Old novvstmptiH for istilo ut PlKKNlS
. dice. :\t liftv conto a hundred.
QMX. i
rue Event."
VOL. VIII?NO. 276.
fOR^SALE.
A RARE CHANCE
fog A .
GDDD INVESTMENT.
? 9 m
BEING doslrous of obsDgtng my business,
I offer for salo the entire stock of the
Exchange House,
combusting of
BRANDIE8. WINES,
WHISKIES. OIN8,
BUH, ALB, OIGAftS, otc.
And all thb fixtures necessary to carry on a>
FIRST GLASS BAR and RESTAURANT.
The house is conveniently located, and ar?
ranged for private or transient Boarders, and
now enjovs a fair patronage. It contains
ten FUuNISHED ROOMS, besides two DIN?
ING ROOMS, front and back, BAR ROOM
and K1TOHEN. Attached to the establish?
ment is a fino Cook-Pit, Stables for Horses,
etc. For furthor particulars, apply to or
address P. HAMILTON JOYNER,
Doc U_Colombia, 8. 0.
" FOR SALE
at the
CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK
seven per gest.
COUPON BONDS
I of tub
CITY OP COLUMBIA,
Secured by a Sinking Fund. Coupons secured
ly an Annual lux and Receivable for City
Tttxes. Bonds non-taxable by" the. City.
Bond Bebt of the CUv Limited by Law to
$600,000. Taxable Property of the City
$7,000,000.
THE BONDS offered are authorized by an
Act of Assembly approved March 13,
1872, for the construction of the new1 City
Hall. Their final redemption is, by the terms
j of said Act, secured by a "sinking fund," to
be accumulated from tbe annual rents of the
building. These rents will reaoh from (8,000
to (lO.OuO 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 tho rents and hold the same invest^
cd au a fund for the redemption of the bonds.
, By said Act a special annual tax is required
to be levied to pay the aimi annual conpona,
and tho Carolina National Bank is made the
trustee of the city to receive the taxes when
collected and to pay the coupons. The cou?
pons are aluo receivable for city taxes.
The taxable property of tho city is at pre
8ont aescHsed at f7,000,0t0; and by said Act
the bond dobt of tbe city cannot be inoreased
beyond (G0O.O0O whilst these bonds are out?
standing. Tho bonds are exempt by law from
city taxation. ~
Theeo bonds are offered to the public at
eighty nett, with interent from date of pur
chat-n to January 1, 1873, allowed in settle?
ment. After that date, the accrued interest
to be added.
To citizens of Columbia theso bonds will
give an income of 12} per cent., an may bo
aeon from tbe following statement:
Seven per cent, bonds, at 75,
annual interest............s... 9] per cent.
Nineteen years, to run, average
increase per annum. ]J percent.
City tax saved. 2 percent.
Average annual income.12]
Doc It_ _
Millinery.
? MRS. C. E. REED has been
>cSB^ awarded tho highest premiums,
>?<Yffift for 1871 and 1M72, for tlio BEST
CMHHa MILLINERY, contiating of
atPSWH Ladles' and Children's BON
jgSKfljlff NETS, HATSand (.'APS. Ladies'
^ynjTwW Underware, Hair, and Fancy
Wj/jfX Articlos of every (loncrtption,
/Slav wmcU ,v'" b? sold at roduced
Wwl prices. Tho public in general
are invited to oali and see f. r themselves be
foro pnn'httHini? elsowhero. Dec 7
New Publications.
NEW JUVENILE BOOKS. London edi?
tions, illustrated.
New ?tandard worku for libraries.
New Novels, in cheap binding.
AIho, a frePh stock of WRITING DESKS.
Portfolio*, Gold Pone, Pen-Knives, Pocket
Book'i, Photograph Albums of all sizes, Fancy
Braoket* and book Shelves, and a general
variety of Letter, Note and Cap Papers, En?
velope* and Fancy Stationery. for f-aloby
V?v5 R^L^ BRYAN.
DEXTER BTABLE8,
COLUMBIA, S. C, Dkcemdeb 27, 1872.
/?"5?I2Ks4>?r7ipj!iaflMa ON and after Jann
^mhWt^S^^^Z^ry 1, 1873, I shall .x
vat?'*,^v2iS* Umt/Ju^ pect all persons hiring
tnanis at Dexter Stables to PAY for same as
soon as need: and if strangers wish t-> blre
teama, they niUBt PAY IN ADVANCE.
All perr?n? indebted to Boyco A Co must
make pa\ment immediati ly, or theiraceeunts
will be pat into hands of maglstrato for col?
lection. C. II. PETT1NGILL.
Dee '_".? For Rovcf. A Co.
Sanders House.
THIS HOUSE, situated at Ninety-Six.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, bus
I been thoroughly renovated and refurnished.
I Tho traveling public may rest assured that
they will be furnished with accommodations
sweoud to n"iie in tho State, at reasonable
r^tes. SANDERS A BRO.,
Jau 9 Proprietors. _
New Mackerel.
ST J\ KITS Mesa and No. 1 MACKEREL.
Ol 9 50 Half and Wholo Barrels, Is, 2a, S*.
50 Boxes Scalo l HorringB.
5i)0 George's Codfish.
For ail" low by HOPF A\ GYLES.
Carriages.
CfJHR*' A L,\ROE STOCK of TOP nnd
JSkSlFoPEN BUGGIES, RO0KAWAY8,
OAlUlloLETTS. PILE TONS, and a late style
of English D< g Cart, for sale at very reason
able price*, at the Repository, corner Lady
and Assembly ?Ire? I?.
N ?vl7 W. K GREENFIELD.
Mince Meat.
TUST received, a lot of choice MINCE
MKA I'. GEO. SYMMKIIR.
Western Hay.
t/\f\ HALES TIMOTHY HAY, for oale low
\ }\ f for cash. _HOPE At GYLES.
ACkuiain CttitKVoii Cim.i.s andFi-.vkr?
Find t..K?' the Blood and Liver Pill?, to work
?.fl'the bile and purify tho blood; three or
'four will he Hullicicnt. Then taneaUhlo
I spoonful of HEiNITSn'S CHI! L CUBE. 1!
has been tried: wo know it
BELOW COST!
TO CLOSE BUSINESS! ?
N C E?MBVd!
WE will soil oar whole ?od entire stoak -
OUSTOM-MADE CLOTHING, HATS
0AP8 and GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS
below cost, to close business. All persons i
need of anything in our line should by al
moarjB embrace this opportunity, ?
B. STRAUS & BBO.,
Jan 9_Under Colombia Hotel.
PALL AKD WINTER
CLOTHING
HATS, GAPS
AMD
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS!!!
WE are receiving and will continpc to re?
ceive through the season tho best
Ready-made Clothing
Thai cannot bo surpassed, if equaled, by any
Oostom-made. We have the very latest
fashions in Meltons, Diagonals, Cheviot
Beavers, Tricots, Black Dress Frock, Black
Doe Pants, French and American Dress
Vests, Cloth. Bilk and Silk Velvet.
A spendid line of Men's, Yt nths' and Boys'
UNDER-CLOTHlNG.Wbite *nd Fanoy Shirts,
Cheviot and Negligee Half Hoee, Under-wear,
Cardigan Jackets, Neck Wear, Suspenders,
Bilk and Linen Handkerohiefs, Bbawls, Oar
pots and Traveling Bags.
SILK HATS?FALL STYLE.
49* Wo havo marked onr GoodBfor net cash,
KIN ARB
Oct 1
l,fcW. tSWAFHU
A RE daily receiving additions to their elo
i\. gant stock of
CLOTHING, HATS
ARD
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS;
An entirely new line of
MEH'S, B0Y3* AHD CHILDREH'8
HATS,
Jnst received.
.<.]. 1 I hi v '
In our Custom Department we are exhibit?
ing the choicest patterns of foreign and do?
mestic
CASSIHERES AND VESTIK6S.
Give ns a call.
R. & W. C. 8WAFFIELD.
Dec 19
2 O 0,0 0 0
In groat varieties.
ENVELOPES!
GRAND arrival of new and improvodBtaple
and Fancy
STATIONERY!
Also, flno OUTLERT and FANCY ARTI?
CLES, suitable for Ladles and Gentlemen.
A visit to this llouto may amuse and induce
you to purobaee.
THE BLANK BOOK HAKLFACTOBY
and
BOOK BINDER'S"
Is in full operation. State. County. Bank
and Railroad . fiiccs and BusinceB Houses of
all kinds supplied with Books,"Ruled to any
pattern, with printed Heading, when re?
quired, in all styles of Bindings At shortest
nutico and living priceB.
E. R. STOKES.
Nov 21 Main street, Columbia, B.. 0.
Just Received.
A r\Ci CARES CANNED GOODS,
-dt* f I 9 100 boxes OANDY,
f>0 boxes SOAP,
200 barrels FLOUR,
100 barrels Whiskey.
100 dozen Axob,
200 dozen Pocket-Knives,
100 dozen pairs Trace Chains,
100 dozen boor and Pad-Locks,
100 bundles 1 ies,
100 baten Mageiug,
For sale to-day, at New Yoili prices anl 0?r?
riagn, hnving b< mi | urchat't d mainly before
the late lidbuud pi ices.
jam; l.oHirK ?V LOWRANCE._
Uats, Bran, &c.
QAA BUSHELS FEEDING OATS.
OV IU 5 (U'O lbs. Bran and Khlp Stuff.
For nalo by n0PB_* flYI.'E:R
Buildiu? Lot for Sale.
SUITABLE for the erection of TWOor more
ItniiflCfl, Located comer of Lumber and
Hull Htroets. Measures 108 foot each way.
t'crntH cash. Apply at this Ofiico.

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