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"uextooaeemi doomed ^^t^aW
quiets ThOog^ *r?paJQHo;ttjrjajiie, the
Government isxoellj jjop^ppeed, of tytatej
tioo in power always oppose the popular
vote, it its Toioe be for a change of of*
?oere. Qen. Zepeda, though deposed
by the Congress of Coahui|a, laughs at
bla deposers, anil is getting himself
ready to defend himself in his offloo.
rtorn the line of too Bio G??sdo ci the
Psoi?o and from Arizona to Ni agra, the
country is in an agitated state; it* frag
ments warring amoDg themselves, and
no cohesion existing that Can give
strength to the central power, or give
force to the execution of law; tjiave
qWU.andyPrejra, there are no Bpanish
speabing people in the world that are
not fighting iambhg themselves.
i The Pubuo" Dbbt.? The decrease in
the public debt during September is
just onset bythe awards cf the Mixed
Commission to British snbjeots for da?
mages to their persona and property
during the rebellion, the decrease in the
debt being Si,90i;467, and the awards
of the Commissions amounting to 31,
929,286. " Tha ; deoreaao i in i the debt
from the 1st of March, 1873, to the 1st
of October, 1873, is very much smaller
than :it: was.dpriug the. corresponding
poripd iu 1872, though the,receipts of
tho Government, have shown no dimi
nutioue, and there has been no oaose for
increased; expeajditnres. This shows
that the.forced economy of last year has
given' nlace to war\ton extraveganoe.
It is to be fearecl that some women |
abuse their rights. In Kaunas a widow
married a. yoang man early in the
springi juet .at planting time. Her
crops have pow been gathered in, and
ehe ha?, tarued the young man out of
houBo and home, utterly refusing to
winter htm. . . . \
EXCHANGE HOUSE.
)THE undersigned have put,
this popular eatat'ishment inl
? complete ropair, sad.are pro-E
pared to accommodate one and ail withl
choice LIQUORS, OIGAR8, OYSTERS.
FISH and GAME. We have excellent
BILLIARD TABLES: privato LUNCH1 -
BOOMSj FURNISHED 1100MS., We em
ploy the best'
As
'cooks and feeli
'confident of ourl
ability to aatlsfy
one and.all* ?.?-_..,>?. LU v ,\
. Ool 8. SOTJTHRB^ ^ BRAMLETTE.
Great Redaction in. Qrooeries and Pro?
visions.
TTABDY SOLOMON is daily rooeiviog largo
-O. consignments i of ohoioe, GROCERIES
aad t'BOVISIONS, which he is seUing cheap
for ggjhv; Call and examine._Sept 21
Sign and Banner Painting!
' " - ?_ ?
' I oir.miio A specialty.
' t ? : ?. iih m -\i V 1 L'.<
. A V&ftk -
?y.-j
GOL? LETTERING ON
GLASS, WINDOW SHADES, io.
Office on Washington street,
between Main and Sumte
itrepta. three doors from tb
.^OstOfflpe. , *
Orders promptly ?lled In the city or coun?
try. ' ? r ? A. K. CLOTHIER,
t SO-r. ? ' ? 8mo
prepared to accommodate |
sDEBB with meals and
lodging; also, provide for a number of Table I
Boarders. Residence on Plain, between Hull |
and Pickentvatraate. ggofri t Septo
' Mocha and Java Coffees.
1 (\ BAGS Old Government JAVA,
IV 10 pockets Pur? Mooba.
Far sale low by j HOPE A GYLE8.
' - Jiirt Received,
AFRESH supply of CRACKERS, assorted
CANDIES and TOYS. For good BREAD
and CAKES, call at KRAFT'S Bakery.
Augusts ^ . ... _
New Music Store.
I HAVE just opened a ohoice
and select stook of MUSICAL
MERCHANDISE, consisting of
_ AOOORDEONS. CONOER
TINAS, .MABMONICAS. FLUTES. FIFES,
Flageolettes, Guitars, Violins, Violoncellos,
Contra Bass, Benson's Patent Banjos, Tam
borinea, Musio Stands, Violin Bows, 8trings,
Ac. These goods were selected by myself,
and are warranted.
Orders reserved for BHEBT MU8IC, and
the same supplied onoo a week; also, for
PIANO and ORGAN TUNING,
ti Instruments repaired and Bows r eh aired.
Terms strictly cabh.
Sept ait_J. P. RAWLB.
. ' " Bond?, Stocka, &c.
IBUY and SELL on COMMISSION and
my own account, at eurrent rates:
BONDS' ahoY STOCKS of RAILROADS,
Bonds and Stocks of States and United
States, Bonds and Stocks of Cities and other
corporations, Banit Notes, Coupons, Gold
and Silver Ootn, and approved Claims against
the United States, State and County.
? D. GAMBBILL, Broker, Main street,
Aug 10t6mfr8d dopr Booth Wheeler House.
! BE* WISOBTB
. ?AtEKT SHIPP1HQ TAGS!
[brer Two Hundred Millions have
losen need within the past ten
_._lyears, without oomplalut of loss
by T?s b?co?5<nz detaohed. They are more
reliable for marking Cotton Bales than any j
Tag In use. All Express Companies use
them. Sold by Printer* anil Stationers
aVerywrs??k?j?i?. : .: Oot 3 fSmos
If'tW WM t0 8aVo Money,
UY your GB0?EBIE8 and PROVISIONS I
at 1 ' HARDY SOLOMON'S.
B
Roaated Coffee.
i A dAURELS FHKSU ROASTED JAVA
11/ and RIO COMBES, for sale by
fcBept 21'_ HOPE & GYLES.
Ratter and Cheese.
1 f\KEGS ohoioe TABLE BUTTER,
1U 20 boxos GOSHEN CHEESE.
Sept 21_HOPE & GYLE8.
100
Seed Rye and Barley.
BU8HELS NEW SEED RYE and
BARLEY. HOPE A GYLES.
Notioe to Contractors.
' CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
OoLDMiiiA, B. S,, September 27,1873.
PROPOSALS will be reeoived at this office
until 8E00NDTUESDAY IN OCTOBER,
Jor building now Alms flonso and Hospital,
according To new plans and apooi?oationB,
now in the Clerk's office. By, order of the.
City Council. CHARLES BARNUM,
Sept 28 ? City Clerk.
BY J. A. SELBY.
Special Notice
. THE 3QLD POWEB
CURES
HUMPHREYS*
HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS
HAVE PROVED, PROM THE MOST
omplo experience,^ entire success. Simple,
Prompt, Efficient and Reliable. Tlioy are tho only
medicines perfectly' adapted to popular ukc?so
simple, tint mistakes cannot bo mado in usin*
them; so harmless as to bo free from douceur; and
fo eflBclent oa to bo always re..ablo. They nave tho
highest commendation from all, and will always
renderfmtittfaction. Price, in '.urgu three-dracluu
vialp, ?with directions:
Nos. Cares. Cents.
1. Fevers, Conf*eslion, InflnmtnatIons, . . ??
2. Worms, Worm Fevor,'Won? Colic, . . 50
?". Cry Ins-Colic, or Teething of Infant m, . 50
4. Diarrhoen, of Children or Adult*, . . 50
- 5. Dysentery, Griping, Bilious Colic, . . 50
0. ( holern-Mnibus, Vomiting, .... 50
T. Coughs, Colds, DronchitiK,.50
?. Neuralgin, Toothache, Fueeorhe, ... 50
U. HciuIiM'hc,, Hick Headache, Vcrti?n, . 50
11). Dyspcpsin, Bilious Slomneli.50
11. NupprossedfOr Painful Pciiods, . . . 50
12. Whites', too Profuse Periods, .... 50
13. Croup, Cough, Difficult Breathinir, . . 50
M. Kalt lthcuin, Erysipelas, Eruption:), . 50
15. Rhenmal inn, Rheumatic Pains, ... 50
Hi. Fever and Agne, Chill Fever, Agues, 50
1". Piles, blind or bleeding,.50
18. Ophthnlmy, and Boro or "Weak Eycr, . 50
19. Catarrh, Acuto or Clironio Inllucnzn, . 51*
20. Whooplng-Cough,Violent Coughs, . K<
91. Asthma, Oppressed Bren?iinif, ... ?0
22. Ear Discharges, Impaired Henrinp, . 60
S3. Scrofula, Enlarged ? lands, Swelling*, . 50
24. Urnrml Debility, Physical Weakness, . 50
25. Dropsy and Scanty Secretions, ., . . . 50
26. Sea-Sleltness, Biekncsa from Riding, . 50
27. Kldney-Dlsen.se, Gravel, . . ... 60
i8. Nervous Debility. Bcnunol "W enkness,
or Involuntary Discharges.1 w>
29. Sore Month, Canker, .. . . . . .
30. Urinary Weakness, V etting tho Bed, 50
81. Painful Periods, with Bpusuu, . .? iO
85. Chronic Congestions
FAMILT CASKS.
Case (Morocco! with above 35 large vi.-ds and
Manuid of Directions, . .. ? ? 5?V ?
Case iMorooeo) of 20 large Yiahi und RikiV. 6 W
war These remedies nro sent ny tho
case or single hox to any part of the
country. Tree of charge, on receipt of
price. Address
H??o?^o%dl^^ Co..
Office and Depot, No. 5C.2 Uboadwat. NxwYouc
For Hale hy all Druggist*.
And by GEIGEB AMoGBEGOR, Columbia. 1
S. 0._April 14 tlTly
The choicest flowers of yard or field,
That grow on earth 'tween zone and zone.
I Their richest, sweetest fragranoo yield
To make the peerless Wood's Cologne;
It reigns supreme 'mongst odors rare,
And, strango to say, it holds its own,
When other kinds info thin air
Have vanished, mizzled, vamoosed, gone.
For sale at FISHER'S Drug Store.
Pel 5_
CAPTAIN JACK'S GHOST
WERE it possible for it to return, would
awaken terror among those who
officiated at his death; bnt canso tho war
wbeop toagain echo through the Lava Beds.
The Indian Girt, ainoe having trineformed,
ber already attraotive quarters, and intro?
duced Cigars that so far surpass all brands
BEEN IN THE
j Market, es to induce atrangers to remark, |
"This Cigar at five cents beats any tbroo for
twenty-fivo ctntn I havo met in my travels,"
has awakened, oonsternation among Cigar
dealers, tysflkauaod tho cnnnttmanccB of
smokers Hwio with eatlBfaofton. As in
hflL OF CONGRESS
A member p^B?for tho Internat or his con- |
stitnents, ?WKuTV'Mald of the Weed" do
fonda her cwTomArs from hoing compelled
to smoke anm chew cheap goods at dear]
rates._]1_^_Oct 7
gIBmi%afUBANCE.
GE0. HUQ0I?8, Agt't, Columbia, S. C.
-T
AStna Iaioraace Co., of Hartford, Conn.
Assets IG.OCO.OOO?/nrorpornfud A. 1). 1819.
WHAT WK DOST SAYi
WE do?7 say. that the "jETNA" pays
losses moru promptly than some other
fire insurance companies.
We don't say, that the ''./ETNA" insures
property at a lower rate of premium than
some other companies.
WHAT WE DO\aaY:
We do say, that the ' A TNA" has the
largost amount of cash assets of any fire iu
i eur*nco company in the United Katee.
We do say, that the ll A" baa paid
losses amounting to ov?r $10 000,010, duriug
the last fifty-four years.
We do say, that the "/ft TN A" aas paid
losses to the citizens of Ooliumbia, imount
iog to over $180,000, (witliokit sustaining a
law-unit,) ainco it established an toonoy
hero. The undersigued was appointedAgcnt
in 1849.
Also represents the
IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE COM?
PANY, of London.
PHOSN1X FIRE INSURANCEVJOMPA?Y.
( of New York. Total assets, $16,0i}0,000.
Risks taken on Buildings. Merchandise aid
Cotton. GEO. IIDQGINS, Agont.
S3"Office opposite tho Columbia Hotel.
Oot8._ _ tl3
Planters Can Get the Highest Priced
T7\Ol\ their COTTON, aod buy thoir GRO
JP CERIES at the cheapest rates, at
! Sept 24 HARDY SOLOMON'S.
Barnum's Hotel,
Corner Broadway and Twentieth Stritt?,
NEW YORK CITY.
j On both American and European Plans
i ?->??
COMPLETE with all modern improve
men tu; rooms en suite and single; pri?
vate pallors, baths, elevators, &o. Location
I unsurpassed, being in tbo vory contro of fa?
shion and brilliant Now York lifo, in proxi?
mity lo churches and plaoos of amusement,
and Lord & Taylor's, Arnold A Couetablos'
and J. A C. Johuston's dry goods palaces.
The hotel Is und or tho management of A. 8.
Barnnm, formerly of Barnnm's Hotel, Balti?
more; I. N. Green, of Dayton, Ohio, and re?
cently of New York, and Freoman Barnum,
Barnnm's Hotel, St. Louis. Sogt H Ultimo
School Book?.
D h. BRYAN has now foe sale a new
Xl/a stook of SCHOOL B00K8. Classical
and English. Also, STATIONERY, for
Sohoolaiand Merchants and PohUo Officers.
Sobool ToaohefB and Merchants BUpplled at
low pricoe. Bept 80
. m?;'.. 'TOi^ ?? ij JoboJrW f
''.in?: L^L "
ff
"Let our Just Censure
OLUMBIA, S. 0.. FRIDAY M(
I Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Millinery, Dress Goods
Shades, Cornices,
Carpets and Oil Cloths,
Wall Paper,
HOUSE FBBRKDING GOODS,
COMPLETE, and a full assortment of
various lines of merchandize, all fresh
in store, and at prices within tho reach of all.
We receive In payment for Good* Ac.
covanta, Notes and sill Dues to our House, I
certified Cheoks on any of our Banks or
Bankers here; also. Checke, of Depositors
against old or new Deposits, for any amount
of Goods. It. c. SHIVER it CO.
Grandest Scheme Ever Known.
FOURTH GRAND ""GIFT CONCERT!
For tho Benefit of the
Public Library of Kentucky.
19,000 CASH GIFTS?$1,000,000.
Every Fifth Ticket Draws a Gift.
$250,00<T FOR $50.
THE Fourth Grand Gift Concert, author?
ized by special Act of the Legislatnro,
for the benefit of the Publio Library of Ken?
tucky, will take placo in Public Library Hall,
at Lonisvillo, Ky.,
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3.1873.
Only 00,000 tickets will bo Bold, and one- ]
hau* of these are intended for tbe European
I market, thus leaving only 30,000 for sale in
I the United States, where 100,0:0 were dis-1
posed of for tbo third Concert. Tho tickets
I aro dividod into ten coupons or parts, and [
have on their back tbe Boheme, with a full
explanation of the mode of drawing.
At this Concert, which will be the grandest I
musical display ever witnessed in this
country, the unprecedented sum of
$1,500,000,
Divided into 12,000 cash gifts, will bo dis?
tributed by lot among tho ticket holders.
The numbers of the tickets to be drawn from
one wheel by blind children and tbe gifte
rfroin>anotbcr.
I.I8T OF GIFTS.
1 Grand Cash Gift.(250,000 !
1 Grand Cash Girt. 100.000
1 Grand Cash Gift. 50,000
1 Grand Cash Gift. 25,000
1 Grand Cash Gift. 17,500
10 Cash Gifts, $10,000 osoh. 100,000
30 Cash Gifts, 5.000 eaoh. 150.000
60 Cash Gifts. 1,000 eaoh. 50,000
80 Cash Gifts, 600 each. 40,000
100 Cash Gifts, 400 eaeh. 40.000
150 Oaeh Gifts, . 300 eaoh. 45,000
250 Cash Gifts, 200 eaoh. 50.000
325 Cash Gifts, 100 each. 32,600
11,000 Cash Gifts, 60 each. 550,000
Total, 12,000 Gifts, all cash, amount?
ing to.$1,500.000
Tbe distribution Hill be positive, whether
all the tickets are sold or not, and tbo 12,000
gifts aU paid in proportion to tbe tickets sold
?all unsold tickets being destroyed as at tbo
first and socond Concerts, and not represent-1
od in the drawing.
PllICE OF TICKETS.
Whole tickets. $50; halves. $25; tenths, or
eaoh coupon, $5; cloven whole tickets for
$500; 22.1 tickuU for $1,000; 113 whole tickets
tor $5,000; 227 whole tickets for $10,000. No
discount on leas than $500 worth of tickets at
a time.
The unparalleled suocoss of tbe Tbird Gift I
Conce rt, as well as tbo satisfaction given by !
tbo first and fecund, make i it only necessary
to announce tbe fourth to insure the prompt
sale of every ticlrot. The Fourth Gift Con?
cert will bo conducted in all its details like
the third, and full particulars may bo learned
from circulars, which will be sent free from
this ofllco to all wbo apply for them.
Tickets now ready for sale, and all orders,
accompanied by tbo monoy, promptly tilled.
Liberal i ex in. given to those wbo buy to soil
again. TflOB. E. BRAMLETTE, !
Agent Public Library, Kcntncky, and Mana- j
Eer Gift Concert, Public Library Building,
luuiaville, Ky.
For tickets or information apply to
DAYIDGE OA Ml!KILL.
Sept 10 ftu22 Broker, Columbia, s. 0.
A
HEINITSHS
STANDARD FAMILY MEDICINES.
THE reputation of DR. HEINITBU'S ME
DIC1NEH is becoming world-wide. Our
old friend, Mr. Eilbardt, has introduced
BLOOD AND LIVER TILLS in Europe, and
says they aro the bestmedicino for the Blood
and Liver. This is wbat evorybody says
Tbe Blond end Livor Pills for tho Livor,
Queen's Delight for the Blood, Roho Cordial
for Bowel Complaint; Quaker Liniment for
Pains . * >.ohes, Kina Chill Cure Tor Chills
and Fever. >.ro for sale at HEINITSH'S
_Aug 3 t J3heap Family Drug Store.
Seegors' Beer is Pure.
IT don'I contain Cocolus Indiens, Fieh;Bor
rios, to make one sleepy or headachy.
Bagging and Ties.
2Afifi yards heavy baggtng.
,UUU 5,000 lbs. arrow ties, for
salo by hope & gyles.
Attend the True
DRNING. OCTOBER 10, 1873.
The Newest Goods.
?s?S THE subscriber begs leave to inform
W% the citizens and public generally, that
*W be baa juat returned from tbe North,
with as fine an assortment of FALL and
WINTER QOOD8 tie over has been offored in
this city, viz: Fine WOOLENS, Coatings,
Vestingo, Doeskina, Cloths, CaasimereB. Ac
His frionds and customers aro respectfully
invited to examine his stock.au ho guaran?
tees to plc'ane tbe most fastidious. AU Buita I
ordered will be gnsranteed to St and be cf \
the boat workmanship.
Sept 25_C. D. EBERHARDT.
AT THE GREAT BARGAIN STORE!
?o
5rvnn BOTTERIOK A C0.*S PAl'ER I
? UU\J PATTE KNS.
209 Ladies' LEATHER BELTS.
350 Ladies' SILK TIES.
1.000 vards of hOFFLINGS.
400 SHAWLS, In ail etvloa.
10.000 BUTTONS, largo and small.
200 APRONS, allpricuB.
100 do/.on LINEN IIANDRERCHIEFS.
250 WOOLEN SHIRTS.
1U0 Silk and Wool SCARFS.
Stock too largo for the times. All goods I
will bo sold EXTRA CHEAP for the CASH,
at V, P. JACKSON'S.
Sept 28_
Receiving Daily
6Ra\ND CENTRAL
Dry Goods Establishment
OF
WM. D. UTI & CO.
A Choice Selection of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
CUSTOMERS are invited to inspect onr aB
nortinoiit now in store. Will exhinit to?
morrow, (Monday.) September 15, 1873, a
choice line or Ladies'SILK NECK-TIES, in
all tbe new shades. Also, a full lino of KID
GLOVES, in tubke nurross.
1,500 Embroidered Sets.frem 50 cents to $1
each.
Our Bargain Counters have thereon at all
times lota of Goods at reduced prices.
Our customers may expect to get
BARGAINS
All through tbe season, at the CJRAJffj]
CENTRAL DHY UOODS ESTAU LtlSII
BIKNT or
WM. D. LOVE & CO..
Under tbe Whceier Houao.
W. D. LOVE. B. B. McOREERY.
flept 14_
"The Atmosphere,"
BY Camillo Flammauon, illnstrated with
ten Ohromn Lithographs aud eighty-six
Wood Cuts. 10.00.
"Tho Fair God; or Tho Last of the TzinB,"
by Lew Wallrcc. $2.00.
"Lombard Street," a description of tho
Money Market, by Walter Bagehot. $1.75.
"Arthur Bonnlcastle," by J. G. Holland.
"What tho Swallows Sang"?"Leisnro |
Hoar Series"?by F. Spoilhagen. $1.25.
"Romance of Old Court Life in France,"
by Francis Elliott. $1.60.
"Nina's Atonement," by Christian Rcadc,
author of "Valerie Ah nur." $1 uO.
"Artiole 47," a Romanco, from tho French
of Adolphe Belot. 75 cents.
Charles Beads'a last novel, "A cimpleton.'.
And other new publications received semi
weekly for Bale st
Sept 25 ILL.L BRYAN'S BOOKSTORE.
t. p. hTo vail. u. o. nenn.
Flour Made by tke New Process.
STOVAX.Ii ?Sc HULL,
Proprietors of
Stovall's Excelsior Mills,
453 DUO AD STREET, AUGUSTA, G A.
AMONG late iinprevenn-nte in the
ImaMiifHoturo of FLOUR, by far the j
Innmtimportant jy tho rucentlv-die
'coveredmethodofPURlFYlNOMlD
DLINQ8. This wonderful invention is des
tiucd to rovolutionizo the entire Milling sys?
tem in this country. By it a nmro thorough
separation istfL-ctcd between the onler husk
snd the farinaceous portion of the grain, and
a Flour is produced of greater aud more uni
form purity aud sweet neun than can he made
in the old style, and with no increase in coet.
Wo have,at heavy expenao, introduced this
"NEW PROCESS" into our Mill, and are pro
pared to offer Flour greatly improved in color
and quality Ovor corn spouding gradis made
in tbo usual method.
Liberal deductions made on car-load lots.
Aug 20 8mo_ STOVALL A HULL.
GEORGIA
COTTON PRESS.
THE above PREPS i<s the most SIMPLE,
STRONG and DURABLE in tho market.
Price, oomplite, (125. Send for circular.
PEN?LETON A BOARDMAN,
Patentees and Manufacturers, Foundry and
Machine Works, Kollock street, Auguita,
Georgia. Aug 20 Smo3
MME. 0. da SILVA
MRS. ALEX* BRADFORD'S
(FORMERLY Mns.OGDEN HOFFMAN'S)
English, French and Gorman Boarding and
Day SCHOOL for young Ladiosand Children,
17 West 38th Btreot, Now YoiU, re-opens Sep?
tember 24. Application may be mado by loi?
ter or personally as abova. 8optl22mos
Teas and Oofiee.
ESPECIAL attention paid to the excellence
of thoso domeatio luxuries.
TEAS from 59 cents to choicest imported
at $2.00 per ponnd. Onr PARCHED JAVA
COFFEE to genuine; also, Mocha; stock of
RAW CC-'-TdrEg varied and' sold at low
priocB. ' GEO. SYMMERS.
Event*
VOL. IX?NO. lJS.
18 Pall and Winter 78.
CI?THISI6, HITS
AND '
GESTS1 FINISHING GOODS!
KINABD & WILEY
w?n ARE receiving tho largest .
^^flH^and beat stock of CLOTHING
i|^TTjjjiBpitliat has ever been offered in
^3l!JB***'^^?*r this market, and at prices to
emt tbe times. We are headquarters for
FINE READY-MADE CLOTHING, GENTS'
FINE UNDER AND NEOK WEAR. We soU:
?THE BROADWAY SILK HAT.
The celebrated HTAR SHIRT, I
that is uncqualcd for quality and
Wo have the latest styles, tbe
1 best Cuntora-mado CLOTHING, and at tbe
j most reasonable prices for cash of any house
in tbo State._Sept 25
I ARRIVAL
OF
ML Si WMT1 SIDS
AT
B. & W. C. SWAFFIELD'S
M
CLOTHING
AND
HAT HOUSE I
THE beet and largest etock in the city.
Every garment well made. It will coBt
no more to buy a GOOD SHIRT from this
House than it docs to buy an inferior ono
elsewhere.
SHIRTfl, DRAWERS,
TRUNKS, VALISES, SHAWLS,
__I;UGS, DRESSING GOWNS,
HELLAS, etc., etc.
Onr CUSTOM DEPARTMENT is in cbargo I
ol a first class artist, recently with one of the
best Houses in New York.
We are exhibiting a choice selection of I
, CASSIMERES and VE8TING8.
S?P*21 _ B. A W. 0. BWAFFIELD.fi |
TO THE FRONT!
Full Assortment'
Of New and Fresh
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
AND
Furnishing Goods,,
AT Til a
Clothing Emporium
D. EPSTIN.
FINE DRESS and BUSINESS SUITS in
every varietj; Youths' and Boye' Cloth?
ing, Dress, Colored and Negligoe Shirts;
Silk, Foil and Wool Hats?latest out; Ho?
siery, Glovee and Collars; Ties, Scarfs and
Bows; Trunks, Valises and Umbrellas, end
everything that tends to make up a perfect
stock.
Tbe styles of Cloching worouevor at hand?
some as* this reason, and we never had so
complete a st >ck, not never sold tbem at so
small protlt.
Being dotoi mined to sustain our reputation
for selling goods at low urioes, wo have
selected and bought our stock with great
care, and feel assured that ovevy one can be
satisfied by giving us a call. No trouble to
show goods. D. EPSTIN.
Sept 19 Undor Colombia Hotel.
The Georgia Gin.
ON entering our firth season with these
GINS, wo liavo only to say, that in
EVERY caso parties, aiiu have bonght them
or seen tbem used havo hum DELIGHTED
with tbem, and pronouuee tbem tbo BEST
tbev have anv knowledge of.
Wo GUARAN 1 I'.C them tugin asoloan,run
as LIGHT. GIN :i? K\sT and turn out as
GOOD SAMPLE ai ANY GIN THAT IS
MADE. Please order early, so as to avoid
disappointii.out. Catalogue and reference
forwarded ou application.
L?RICK .v. LOWRANCE,
Juno 21 Solo Agent* for South Carolina.
The -'Morris Cotton Gin."
HAVING enlarged my business, I again
offer the above Gin to tbe planter,; c!
South Carolina. Having boon thirty-eight
years in the busiucss, I foel confident 1 can
please tbe most fastidious. My Gins arc war?
ranted to please, or no sale. They .nn
tighter, gin cleaner, make more lint from tho
name quantity of seed cotton, than any other
Gin made, Tbo price Ivwer than auy Gin in
tbo market. Planters wUhing these Oins,
will ploaao ordor edrhy, to avoid delay.
Piiee, f3 50 per saw.
WOOD TURNING or every style done with
noatnoHs and despatch, and cheaper than
Northern work ein bo brought hero for. Ad?
dress E. MORRIS,
July 10 3m_Columbia, 8. O. j
Oorn Whiskey.
T}URE MOUNTAIN OOBN WHISKEY.
JL Also, a lot of four year old MALT CORN
WHISKEY. Warranted purs. _
Aug 13 JOHN 0. 8EEGEBB.
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