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tloDt u So 'atonycfailures fevery^ day", fdr
eternity, .?p ,?j?v JbAi^a^Ji^iz^qRs;
los^ths;jgj>y(*jraraen,t bonds qrHeaven
thrown ay*ay on tbjo street. ,We won?
der Wat mWdo Adt get excited about
their eternaUpoeseMiouoyand, that' they
do not make 'a run' on .the bank or
Heateri. Ob, men1 immortal 1 What is
the matter with yon? What - will be?
come of yon when yoc are dead t Whose
Bign will then bs ran up on yqur storo?
obnnts, bankers, artisSss? and farm era 1
look ont tbaVyou dQ3nqMoae Heaven!
That will be W0W8 jthso ;thc loss of
Northern l^j^ ^jo^f (.That will be a
defalcation fo^gtarttMyr r , : nuul ?>?J
i?on,b^a|A8WWSrl^iPWP0-: PftWi "re?
cently, F^njHrHMtt^^W^a. ro
^w?o^.,4h> T^i^the toown Frmce
of Prri^?to0^,,^e^h, ;Coort.
?entlsJ^^^rW^^^^ /f> ?*
.KVed6j*.oWrfdiflsB tfhat, visit, for an
eventual ?artitiqu, of, Denmark between
Sweden aha Germany. The Aalborg
Stiftsiidende, Of Copenhagen, while
doubting ? the accuracy of this report,
poioie out 4hub the idoa of, a partition of
Denmark-is byir?dmeana;natt. In 1813,
it ws? arrangedu i between.. the B wed iah
Crown PfinoGi Carl Johann, . and the
Pruaaian Mi?iater, that Den mark should
be divided idto two. parta at the Great
Belt, and boveral'-powers;/almost gave
their consent tO' tbiai.'arrangement, as
appears from the memoirs:of Bohinkel.
A colored matt'by the namo of Wil
liamfej from Hamburg, visited AbboviIIo
-last wcok, in aeur'oh of a white man call?
ing hime^ir Eugoae Van Dora?a pro?
fessional dead beat. Williams reoently
had three horses stolen from him, and
Bwears he will give Eugene the hottest
. reception poaaibla when ho meets him.
? ittiSi n i If ' mm i i
tp and Good Medicines
Always to bs had at
. . HEIflITJiH'8 DOCTOR SHOP.
THE best Cough Medicine is STANLEY'S
The beat Chill and Fever Medicine ia KIN A
L . Th? jbest Liver ^pills is HEINITSH'S
BLO 0 D. AND LIVE ft,PILLS.
Tho boat Blond Purifier is HEINITSH'f
QUEEN'S DELIGHT. ? ? ?' ~
I StaudardModioinoa at HEINITSH'S Drug
8tore..i , | , OctlOt
, JU8T ' received, a lot of froah
Charldstou OYSTEItB, which will
be served up in any etylo. If the
rMSUmSS^? t 1 '
?UPF^?pB^FABER offers hia aorvicea
_^ t?^^Y?TO^ly as Teacher of the An
> eaent Languages 2nd of the fd?owipg Modern
Languages: German, French,Spanish and
Italian. , ? , Qot7tnthBm4
Great Bednotion in Groceries and Fro-!
?rtil'H fisitfns. ?
rABDY BOLOMON is daily receiving large 1
" nmeuta.of choice GROCERIES |
"IONS, which he is selling cheap
VmA examine. Sept 24
...x. Private Boarding/.
TVyTBB-WSATT ia prepared to aooommodate I
JjrJL several BOARDERS with meals and
lodging; also, provide for a number of Table
Boarders. Residence on Plain, betweon Bull
and Pickens streets._Sept 9
if You Want to Bavo Money.
BUY your GROCERIES and PROVISIONS
at , y 'HARDY SOLOMON'S.
. ? "I ? lv?=-r-l-t-: .-?
BARRELS FRESH BOASTED JAYA
and RIO COFFEES, for sale by
HOPE A GYLES.
. Battex and Cheese.
1A KEGS choiae TABLE BUTTER,
JAJ 20 boxes G08HEN GHEE8E.
Sept^l - , , . HOPE A GYLES.
DI Camillo Flawmaoon, illustrated with
?> ten Dhrpmo Lithographs and eighty Bix
"The Fair God? of The Last of the Tzins,"
by Lew Wallroe. $2.00.
"Lombard Street," a description of the
Money Market, by Walter Bagshot, $1.75.
"Arthur ?onnloaatle,n by J. G. Holland.
"What the Swallows Sang"?"Leisure
Hour Series"?by F. Speilhagen. $1.23.
"Romance of Old Court Life in Prance,"
by Francis Elliott. $1.50.
"Nina's Atonement," by Christian Reade,
author of "Valerie Alymer." $1 00.
"Artide 47," a Romance, from the French j
of Adolphe Belot. 76 cent a.
Charles Reade's last novel, "A Simpleton.'.
And other now publications received semi
weekly for sale at
Bflpt 28 R. L. BRYAN'S BOOKSTORE.
Mooha and Java Goffees.
1 f\ RAGS Old Government JAVA,
JLV* 10 pockota Pure Moeba.
For aale low by HOPE A GYLES.
' Otiicb GnBSKvitls ikn CotunnrA R. R.,
OOLUMBIAi H. O.. AUKUSt 29,1873.
"NDER aresolation of the Board or Direo
.1' lQrsi the IntefeBt Coupons of th? Stato
laranteed BdDde, and of snoh other Bonda
of this Company au are regularly reoorded in
the offloe pf the Company, matured between
the lBt day of January. 1872. and 1st day of
July. 1878; both inolpsive, w?l be funded in
Bonds having ten years to run, &a provided
for in tho Company*? pronoftalH to the Bond?
holders, of date Augnstll, 1873.
Holders of. tho abovo obligations are re?
quested to send in a statement of them to this
otiico, io iMuliltnte ih;. exchange which it. is
doairod to complete without delay, and enable
the necesBBTV arrangements to bo made for
the resumption of regular interest payments
on 1st January ensuing.
W. J. MAGRATH,
TONS CHOICE TIMOTHY HAY, fori
sale low by HOPE A GYLES.
For Sale Cheap.
ONE olght-horse Portable .SCRAM EN?
GINE. Can bo seen ai woek at Mr.
Charles Logan's Gin House. For further'
particulars apply to
Sept 28 lmo At the Gin House.
Views for the Million.
IH?VE just received a Uno assortment of
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS, English and
American, colored and plain. Also, ILLU?
MINATED ones. R, L. BRYAN.
TTAVB PROVED, PROM THE MOST
I umplo experience, nn entire sucoe.*- Simple,
?uiapt, Efficient and Reliable. They are the only
Medicines perfectly adapted to popular use?to
fimplo thnt mistakes cannot bo mado in ustnir
them! so harmless as to bo free from danirur; and
k> efficient us to be always reliable. They have tho
hiirhe.it commendation from oll, und Will always
render satisfaction. lM-ltc, iii large. Uiree-dracUiu
vlala, with directions:
*nos. ' Cares. Cents.
1. Fevers,.Congestion, Infinrnmotionn, . . 50
2. Worms, Worm Fovcr, AVonn Coltc, . . 60
?. CryluK-Collc, or Teething of Infants, . 50
4. TMarrnonn, of Children or Adult.*, . . 50
.5. ]>y?e>itejry. Griphig, Bilious Colic, . . 60
ft, ( Iiiilt nv-Mm bui, Vomiting, .... 50
7. Conglis, Collis, Bronchitis.50
IVeiunltjla, Toothache, Fnccaehe, ... 50
?. Hcmlnt'lif?, Sick Heudnchp, Vertigo, . 50
10. Dyspepsia, Bilious Stomnt'h, .... 50
Hi Suppressed, or Painful Feriod?, ... 50
12. Whites, too Profuse Periods, . . . . 5U
15. Cruun, Cough, Difflcnlt Brenthlntr, . . 80
14. Halt Rheum, Erysipelas, Eruption*, . 50
16. Rheumatism, Bae?mutio Fains, . . . .*>i)
10. Fever and Ague, Ch?T Fever, Agues, 50
1". Piles, blind or bleeding, ..6?
18. Onlitiialiny, and Bore or "VTi uk F.y . 50
19. Catarrh, Acute or'Chronic rnflucii?.?, . Sy
20. Whooplug*CouKh, Violent t oughs, . fcf
SI. Asthma^ Oppressed Breathing, . . . 6o
22. 13ar Rlsehnraes, ImpairedJfearing, . 50
23. Hcrofnla. Enfarfleil Olunds^ pilings . 50
24. General Debility, Physical weakness, . 60
25. Dropsy and Beauty Secwtions, . , . . JO
26. Sea-Sickness, BieUncss fioui ltidui?, . 60
27. Hldney-WiHcase, Gravel, . . . . . ?0
"3 HervouN r>ci>lllty. Seminal \\ enknnM,
or Involuntary Discharge*,.1 ?
20. Se-.e Mouth, Canker, ? - .. ? ? ? ?
So Ifrlnary Weattneaa* Wetriug the Bed, S3
SI. Painful l?er^odsj,wlthTBnasins, . . . t
Case [Morocco) witk above dtf large \.a ? .
Manual ?T Dim tions. .... ?_ ? t?? jw
Case iM?roccol or 20 large vibh awl t ? ra
B?rThcne remedies are *????? iiy t;?c
case or hLiu;1c box to uny part r.T ???
country, free of charge, on rveelpt or
Otlkouud Depot, No. 602 Bhomvwtat. KJwAons.
Fur Sale by all DraggUt?.
And by OEIOER A MoQREGOR, Columbia.
B. O. April 14 tUly
THE undersigned have put
^JJsK|rthlB popular ostabliBhmont inj
^*4mw complete repair, and are pro I
pared to accommodate ono and all with'
ohoioe LIQUORS, OIQARB, OYSTERB,
FISH and GAME. We have excellent
BILLIARD TABLES: privato LUNCH'
ROOMS; FURNISHED BOOMS. We_oni
7ploy the best
cools and feeli
'confident of our)
ability to satisfy
one and all.
Pot 8 BOUTHERN A BRAMLETTE.
Red and White,
E. E. JACKSON'S DRUG STORE.
Pot 7 _6
Two Plantations to Bent.
ALSO, for sale, fifty head of fall-blooded ,
Spanish MERINO and GRADE SHEEP;
as weli aa a number of blooded Cows, Calves,
throo very large Oxen, and the finest Bre-1
meny Bull, said to be, in the State. One of
these Plantations, containing COO acres, lies
between and on the waters of Broad Rivsr
and Cedar Creek, elevon miles from Colum?
bia, and traversed by the Greenville and Co?
lumbia Railroad, with fino cotton, small
grain and bottom corn lands; having gin
ouse, with all noceBsary machinery for gin?
ning, packing and threshing, and a onrn and
cob mill; also, a qnanitty of pine and forest
timber, convenient for supplying t he railroad
engines or transporting to Columbia.
The other Plantati n is only two miles
East, on the Monticello Road, containing 400
acres, bounded on the East by Cedar Creek.
The laud produoos woll snyot the pioduoti
of middle South Carolina, a good deal of
whiob is newly cleared. There is also a fine
country dwelling and alt necessary out
houses. Torms very reasonable, and can bo |
ascertained by addressing mo, at Columbia,!
8. O. E. B. TURNIPSEED, M. D.
The Newest Goods.
JTHE subscriber begs leave to inform
the Citizen? and publio gouerally, that I
he has just roturuod from tho North,
as line an assortment of FALL and 1
WINTER GOODS ns over ban been offered in
this city, viz: Fine WOOLENS, Coatings,
Vesting*, Doeskins, Cloths, CausimereB. Ac.
Iiis iritmuB and customers sre respectfully
invited to examine his stock, as ho guaran?
tees to plcano the most> fastidious. All suits
ordered will bo guaranteed to fit and bo of |
the boat workmanship.
Sept 25 C. D. EBERHARDT.
Planters Can Get the Highest Prices I
FOR their COTTON, and buv thelrGRO-|
CEKIES at tbo choapest rates, at
-J^PL24 _ HARDYfSOLOMON^S.
RL. Ith van haa now for salo r. new
? stnok of SCHOOL BOOKS, Olasfcioal
and English. Also, STATIONERY, for
Schools ami Merchants and Public Oflicors.
School Toaohors and Merchants supplied at
low prices. Sept 80
ALL NOTES for Fertilizers, Phosphates
and Guanos sold by us mature on 1st
November next, and if not paid then, will bo
plaoed in the hands of an attorney for collco
tion. Pay promptly and savo expense.
COPELAND A BEARDEN,
Bopf 1.1 lino Agents, Columbia, 8. C
Notice to Farmers.
TN oonseqaeqco of the stringency in money,
JLf.ll indebted to us for SUPPLIES fur?
nished the present and previous years, aro
informed that Cotton will be received In pay?
ment at the highest market rates, or ahippt t
'Let our Just 0ensure'
COLUMBIA, S. 0.; SUNDAY *
AT THE GHEAT B AEG A IN STORE !
fe. Ann BUTTEBICK A C0.'8 PAPER
200 Ladies' LEATHER BELTS.
350 Ladles* BILK TIES.
1.000 yards of RUFFLINGB.
400 SHAWL8, In ail styles.
10.000 BUTTONB, largo and small.
200 APBONS. all prices.
100 dozen LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS.
250 WOOLEN SHIRT8.
100 Silk and Wool SCARF3.
Stock too largo for the times. All goods I
wilt bo sold EXTRA CHEAP for the CASH,
at O, F. JACKSON'S.
New Livery Stables.
.having opened a LI?
VELY and SALE
STABLE, at the Central Hotel, wonld re?
spectfully solicit a ehare of patronago, as?
suring the. public that good vehicles and
careful drivers can always bo found at their
establishment*. Good Saddle Horaeu'alwayu
on hand. Terms moderate.
Ocl 8 _ _W. D. STARLING Jfc CO.
HO head flno Kentucky
MULES and HORSES,
anmo uf which aro
broke to harnces.
I ohasore are invited to examine. They may
bo seen at Cbas. Logan's Stables, corner
Sonato and Assembly streets.
Sept 2:i _ W- B. A L. TALBOTT.
Mills House Stables.
JUST received at the above 8ta
MaSfe hlen, t wenty head One KENTUCKY
fHtVs&lu'ULES, most of which are well
broko. Will be sold cheap for cash.
Sept 13 _ _J^JS. l-ONG. Agent._
THE partnership heretofore existing be?
tween us has bcou dissolved by the
withdrawal or Mr. J. O. Roatu. The debts
due by us will be settled by tho new firm,
who w'illsign tho firm namo only in liquida?
F. W. McMAtSTER,
W. 8. MONTEITH.
Boptember 29, lb73.
Tho undersigned will carry on the business
under the firm namo of MoMt.mi A McMah
ter, to whom all demands due by tho old
firm should he presented for nett lenient.
W. 8. MONTEITH,
Sept 30 tn.T P. W. McMABTER.
Pur- 1 ' 1
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Millinery, Dress Goods
Oarpets and Oil Cloths,
DOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
COMPLETE, and a fall assortment of
various lines of merchandize, all fresh
in store, aud at prices within the reach of all.
We receive in payment for Goods Ac?
counts, Rotes svnd all Does to our House,
certified Checks on any of our Banks or
Bankers here; also, Checks of Depositors
against old or uew Deposits, tor any amount
of Ooods. II. ?? 8HIVBH of CO.
CAPTAIN JACK'S GHOST
WERE it possible for it to return, would
awaken terror among tboso who
officiated at hie death; hut oanso tho war
wbeop to again echo through the Lava Beds.
Tho Indian Girl, einoe having transformed
her already attractive quarters, and intro?
duced Cigars that so far surpass all brands
SEEN IN THE
Market, as to induce strangers to remark,
"This Cigar at live cents beats auy throe for
twenty-five cents I have mot in my travels,"
has awakened cnusternation among Cigar
dealers, but caused the countenances of
smokers to shiuo with satisfaction. As in
HALLS OF CONGRESS
A member pleads for tho interest of his con?
stituents, so this "Maid of tho Weed" de?
fends her customers from being compelled
to smoke and chew cheap goods at dear
ratoa. Oct 7
FAN MILLS, Cotton Gins, Cotton Presses,
Engines, Bolting, Sinnt Machines, Porta?
bio Mills, Agricultural Implements and Ma?
chinery of all kinds, for salo at manufac?
turers' prices by
L?RICK A LOWRANCE,
June 25 _ Columbia. H. C.
The Fall Trade
HAS opened auspiciously?yesterday hav?
ing been the best day's businoe; we have
done since last December. I have jnet re?
turned from tho Northern markets, aud have
not only made arrangements to keep my
stock up to past experience, but have added
many additional attractions fur the benefit of
tho public and?myself. Tho stock is now
unutually full, and shall bo constantly re?
plenished. The same caro in future shall be
observed, as has been in tho past, to keep
strictly FIRST CLASS GOODS, which, with
fair dealing and popular pricou, I hopo to at?
tract a still largor sln-.ro of public patronago
than that eo liberally bestowed heretofore.
Roapectfully, I request an examination of
tho stock. GEO. SYMMERS.
AFRESH supply of CUACKEHS. assorted
CANDIES and TOYS. For good BREAD
and CAKES, call at KRAFT'S Bakery.
IQRNING. OCTOBER 12, 187
I GBO. HTJGOINS, Ag't, Columbia, S. C.
.Kina Imurniico Co., of Hartford, Conn.
Aneeta $6,010,000?Incorporated A. I). lbl'J.
WHAT HE DON'T SAYl
WE doiiV say, that the "-ETNA" payB
lotoses more promptly than some other
fire insurance companion.
We don't say, that the ".ETNA" ir.Hiiree
property at a lo^er rate o! premium than
sonic oiher compauiea.
WHAT WE DO SAYi
HV do Kay, that the ".ETNA" hau the
largcet amount of cash asHftu of any fire in?
surance company in tho United Htatce.
W'e do y<iy, that the ".ETNA" has paid
losses amounting to over HO 000,000, during
the laet fifty-four yearn.
lie tta say, that tho ''ETNA" has paid
losses to tho citizens of Columbia, amount?
ing to over $130,000, (without euataiuing a
law-suit.) ainee it established an agency
hore. The undereigned was appointed Agent
Also reprenents the
IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE COM?
PANY, of Tendon.
PHOZNIX FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
of New York. Total assets. S16.000.000.
Ricks taken on Buildings. Merchandise and
Cotton. OEO. HUOOINR, Agent.
tST" Office opposite the Columhia Hotel.
Bonds, Stocks, &c.
IBUY and SELL on COMMISSION aud
ray own account, at current rates:
BONDS and STOCKS or RAILROADS,
Bonds and Stocks of States and United
States, Bonds aud Stocks of Cities and other
corporations, Bank Notes, Coupons, Gold
and Silver Coin, and approved Claims against
the United States, State and County.
D. GAMBRILL, Broker, Main street,
Ang 10 i?mo 2d door Sonth Wheeler House.
DENN I SON'S
PATENT SHIPPING TAGS!
Over Two Hnndred Millions have
been used within tho past ten
_ _ years, without complaint of loss
by l ag becoming detached. They are mere
reliable for marking Cotton Bales than any
Tag in use. All Express Companies use
them. Sold by Printer? anil Stationer*
everywhere. Oct 3 f3uios
New Music Store.
I HAVE juBt opened a choice
and select Btock of MUSICAL
MERCHANDISE, consisting of
TINAS, HARMONICAS. FLUTES. FIFES,
Flageolettes, Guitars, Violins, Violoncellos,
Contra Bass, DobBon's Patent Banjos, Tarn
borines, Music Stands, Violin Bows, Strings,
Ac. These goods wero selected by myself,
and are warranted.
Orders received for SHEET MUSIC, and
the same supplied onco a week: also, for
FIANO and ORGAN TUNING.
Instruments repaired and Bows rehaired.
Terms 6TU1CTLY cash.
fSept 21 t_J. P. RAWLS^
Sign and Banner Painting!
GIMM.VO A SPECIVLTY.
GOLD LETTERISG ON
Oflice on Washington stroet,
between Main and Sumte
streets, three doors from th
Orders promptly filled in the city or coun?
try. A. E. CLOTHIER.
T. P. STOVALL. O. O. BULL.
Fiour Made by the Ntw ProceEs.
STOVALL & HULL,
Stovall's Excelsior Mills,
JJ.-J3 BIIO.ID STREET, Al.OCSTA, OA.
AMONG late improvement? in the
manufacture of FLOUR, by far tin
most important is the recently-dis?
covered method of PURIFYING MID?
DLINGS. This wonderful invention ie des?
tined to revolutionize the entire Milling sys?
tem in thin country. By it a more thoiouKh
separation is effected between the outer husk
end tho farinaceous portion of the grain, and
a Flour ia produced of greater and more uni?
form purity mid sweenies than can be made
in the old style, and with no increase in eont.
Wo have,at heavy expense, introduced this
"NEW I'll CESS" into our Mill, and are pre?
pared to offer Flourgreatly improved in color
and <pialit> over corresponding grades made
in the ueual method.
Liberal deductions iiiad** on car-lnal lots.
Ang2?3mo STOVALL A HULL.
THE above TRESS i* the most SIMPLE,
STRONG and DURABLE in the markot.
Price, complete, (12S. Send Tor circular.
PKNDLETOS ?V BOAUDMAN,
j Patentees and Manufacturers, Foundry and
Machine Works, Kolloek stroet, Augusta,
Georgia. Aug 20 Union
MME. 0. da SILVA
MRS. ALEX. BRADFORD'S
(FORMERLY Mlts. (Hll)EN HOFFMAN'S)
j English, French and tiorman Boarding and
Day SCHOOL for young Lading and Children,
17 West 38th street, New Yoih, re-opens Sep?
tember 21. Application may be made by let?
ter or porBoually ab above. Septl22iuos
A Full Assortment of Crackers'
At Wholesale Prices.
HAVING been appointed agont for the
Bale ol tho celebrated Bisenit and
Cracker Manufactory of Tyler Brothers, I am
prepared to supply the trade at factory prices.
A full assortment of tbc?o choice goods
now on hand. HARDY SOLOMON,
gept 28 ?
3, VOL. IX?NO. fB5
18 Pall and Winter 73.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS!!
KIN ARD & WILEY
ARE receiving tho largest
and boet atuck of CLOTHING
'that hat- ever been offered in
_ thia market, and at priccB to
suit tho times. We are hoadquarters for
FINE READY-MADE CLOTHING, GENTS'
FINE UNDER AND NEOK WEAR. Wo sell:
THE BROADWAY BILK.HAT.
Tho colebrated STAR SHIRT,
that is nneqnalcd for quality and
J We havo tho latest styles, tho
best Custom-mado CLOTHING, and at tho
most reasonable prices for cash of any house
in the State. Sept 25
Ii. & W. C, SWAFFIELD'S
THE beat and largest stock in tho city.
Every garment well made. It will cost
no more to buy a GOOD SHIRT from this
House than it does to buy an inferior one
TRUNKS, VALISES, SHAWLS,
RUGS, DRESSING GOWNS,
8, etc., etc.
Our CUSTOM DEPARTMENT is In charge
ol a first class artist, recently with one of the
best Houses iu New York.
We are exhibiting a choice solection of
CASSIMERE8 and VESTINGS.
Sept 21 _R. A W. 0. SWAFFIELD.Hf
TO THE FRONT!
Of New and Fresh
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
FINE DRESS and BUSINESB SUITS iu
every variety; Y'outbs' and Bojs* Cloth?
ing; Dress, Colored and Negligoe Shirts;
Silk, Folt and Wool Hats-latest out; Ho?
siery, Gloves and Collars; Tie?, Scarfs aud
Bows; Trunks, Valises and Umbrellas, and
everything that tends to make up a perfect
' The style* of Clothing were never e~> haud
some as this season, ami we never had ho
; complete a stock, nor never si Id them at so
Being detci mined to sustain our reputation
for selling goods at low prices, we have
selected and bought our stock with great
care, and feel assured that every oue can be
satisfied bv giving us u call. No troul>lo to
j show good's. D. EPSTIN.
Sept 19 Under Columbia Hotel.
? ? - -.- ? ? ?- ???
The Georgia Gin.
ON entering our filth season with these
OINS, wo have only to say, that in
EVERY ease parties who havo benight them
or seen them used have b?< n DELIGHTED
I with them, and pronounce, them tho BE8T
they havo any knowledge ot.
We GUARANTEE thorn login asclean.run
!as LIGHT. GIN us F\NT and mm out a?
GOOD SAMPLE as ANY GIN THAT IS
' MADE. I'ioase order early, bo as to avoid
I disappointment. Catalogue and reference
i forwarded on application.
! L?RICK A I.OWRANCE,
! Jnno 21 Bole Afionts for South Carolina.
! The "Morris Cotton Gin."
HAVING onlarged my business. I again
ofiVr tho obovo Gin to tho planters of
! South Carolina. Having been thirty-eight
I years in tho business, I feel confident I can
j pleano tho moat fastidious. My Gins arc war?
ranted to plcuso, or no sale. They run
\ llghter, gin rtenr.cr, mako more lint from the
I same quantity of seed cotton, than auy other
Gin made The price mirer than any Gin in
I tho market. Planters wishing these Gins,
' will please ordor trtrly, to avoid delay,
i'lice, f'i St) per saw.
WOOD TURNING of every style done with
noatnoss und despatch, and cheaper than
Northern work can bo b-.<ught hore for. Ad?
dress E. MORRIS,
July 1G 3ni Columbia, 3. O
1JURE MOUNTAIN CORN WHISKEY.
. Also, ?. lot ot four year old MALT CORN
WHISKEY. Warranted pure._?
Aug 13 JOHN O. 8BEGEHB.
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IN COLUMBIA. SOUTH CAItOLINA.
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in the Stute, and haa. been. regularly
issued since March, 1865.
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