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Palmetto Btate Immigration Agenoy
I? Its Object.?The object of this
*genoy is to introduce and settle in
Sooth Carolina the^best possible classes
of laborers and citizens from other
countries, and thereby aid in develop
ing the resources of the State. Its im?
mediate work is the directing of the tide
of immigration into Sonth Carolina, to
supply the ? jat demand for labor and
oitiaenship.
II? Its N. :ube.?The Agenoy is un-|
der control of no society, board or cor?
poration, bot is oomposed of proprie?
tor* agents and patrons, who are actua?
ted by motives of personal and publio
benefit. The ordinary principles of ho?
nest enterprise shall govern the Agenoy
in its operations. It is the design of
this enterprise to make a oaroful selec?
tion of persons ordered, and to give;
speolal attention to^lic introduction of
families into the Stnto. Farmers, gar?
deners, mechanics, domestics, &o., of al?
most any nationality, can bo furnisher1,
but profnrfirjO? is given to EsglisL, ',
Irish, Scotch, Swiss and Germaus.
III? Expenses asd Fee.?Tho Ageuoy
will require persons ordering immi?
grants to pay $15 for euch adult, und
$10 for each child between the ages of
four and fourteen, to defray tho ex
pcnBCB of transportation and board,
from New York to nuy railroad town or
station in the State; and, also, a feo of,
$5 for eaoh person over four years old, i
one-half of which tho employer will
pay, and the other half will be charged'
to the immigrant. Tho person order?
ing mu?t, therefore, forward $20 for
eaoh immigrant over fourteen, and $15
for each child between four and four?
teen years of age, oharging the one
$17.50, and the other $12 50, himself
paying $2.50 (half the fee) for each.
No charges for transportation or fee
will be made for "children under fonr
years of age. The money must, in all
oases, be forwarded before tho orders
can be filled.
IVf?"Gen gbaxi Remarks.?1. The
Agenoy makea contracts with common
laborers at 912 for men, and $S for wo?
men, per month, inoluding board. This
can be changed by the mutual consent
of the employer and employee.
2. 'The Agenoy suggests that employ?
ers allow their immigrants to return the
amount advanced for expenses in small
installments, paying a part in canh for
eaoh month. It would bo well, also, to
use every effort to make these strangers
who. come in our midst contented,
prosperous and cheerful.
3. Lrooal agents are solicited in every
County in the State, to Bcouro end for?
ward orders and money, and to co-op?
erate in delivering tho persons on ar?
riving at their respectivo places, for
which a liberal oommiesion will bo paid.
4. Money must bo sent by express,
cheok or post office order, and all com?
munications addressed to
. TILMAN K. GAINE3,
Columbia, S. C.
Persons indebted to tho Phoenix office
are earnestly requested to call and settle
ut once. There is a largo amount due?
tho greater portion in small sums. The
indebtedness must bo liquidated, or we
shall be forced to resort to extreme mea?
sures.
Potatoes. Apples. Onions.
IHAVE on band a large assortment of the
abovo articles, which will bo sold low, for
cash. Also, fresh Country Butter und best:
Norfolk Oysters alwayB on baud, and a lot of!
Hood Potatoes, at tho Columbia lee ilouso. |
Jan 11 3 J. D. B ATEM AN. agent.
Dissolution. |
THE copartnership horotoforc existing ho-,
tween lt. WEARN and W. P. IIiX, under
tho firm name of Wearn & His, in this day
dissolved, by the death of Mr. Wearn. Those!
indebted to tho firm will come forward and
settle at once.
The business will hcrorfterbo conducted,
at the'?am. place, by myself. A continaa
tionof the patronage of tho public is soli?
cited. By attention and politeness, wo hope
to give satisfaction to our customers in every
case. W. P. 111X
Jan 13 ?_
Notice.
fT^noSE Indebtod to the undersigned are
JL requested to oomo forward and settle
thoir accounts at onco. No further indul?
gence, will bo givcu.
CD. EBERHARD!',
Jan 9 -t? Merchant Tailor.
Ward Meeting.
THE resident? of Warn No. 3 arc respect-,
fully invited to moot at tho Court House,
on WEDNESDAY EVENING, tho 11th im;t..
at 7 o'clock. Business of importance will
come up for consideration.
Jan 13 2?_ _ MANY OfTl 7. BNS.
At Cost?Fine Clothing.
I AM now Helling off mv lino a?sort
tmontof FURNIBUING UOODS, Khirtd,
?Undor-shirts, Drawers. Neck-ties, Col
?lars, etc.. at C08T PRICES, as 1 intend
not to kesp that ciaas of goods any longer,
and to devote, all my attention strictly to the
Tailoring business.
O. D. EBERHARDT, Merchant Tailor.
Jan 9_ 3t
John E.Bacon, Attorney at Law,
Law ltungc.
FFICE formerly occupied by Mcserp.
Montoith & Bauskott. Jan 9
$50 Reward.
STOLEN from my stable, ill Co
fffenaji himhia, on tho night of tho 5th in
stint, a medium-sized sorrel HORSE
SMsBtswM?LE, with a white spot near the
foro-top and ono on the right 6idn.
Jan il_C MAJiC ARET I<IWIN._
Save Costs.
ALL indebted to tho under, ignod, bv not e
or account, niuat pay up before tho 1st
of February next, or settle with our attor?
neys. HOPE & GYLES.
Jan 9 J
Clarified Sugars.
pr/\ BARREL8 A. Ex. O and C, for ?alo
(Jo low for greenbacks.
Jan S _ HOPE A. GYLES.
Important Notice.
DEPOSITORS OF MONEY in the Colum
bia ofllco of tho CITIZENS' SAVINGS
BANK OF SOUTH OAROLI.n A are requested
to o&U at the ofllco of said Bank, during
banking honrs of THIS WEEK, on business
of great importanco to tbomaelves.
J. C. B. SMITH,
Jan 4 Local Assistant Cashier.
O
BY J. A. SELBY. COL
Special Notices.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Happy Relief ror Young Men from the
effects of errors and abuses in early lifo.
Manhood restored. Impedimenta to Mar?
riage removed. New mot hod of treatment.
Now and remarkable remedies. Books and
Circulars sent free, in scaled envelopes. Ad?
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 Sonth
Ninth street, Philadelphia, l'u.?an institu?
tion having a high reputation for hnnorablo
conduct and nrnresstoual skill. Oct 30 !hno
DENNISOrs
PATENT SHIPPING TAGS!
Over Two Hundred Millions have I
boou used within the past ten
_ years, without complaint of loss
by Tag becoming detached. They are more
reliable for marking Cotton Pales than any
Tag in use. All Express Companies tiso
them. Sold by Printers and Stationers
everywhere. Octf5 fSnine
THE MILD POWER
iivafpxrxcznrs*
HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS
HAVE MOVED, FROM TUB MOST
nraplo experience, an entire *ucce.-?. Simple,
Prompt, Efficient and Reliable. They aro the only
medicines perfectly adapted to popular use?.-<>
simple time mistakes ennnnt ho mndo in .Ming
them ; so harmless ns to bo fron from dnntrer: ami
bo efficient us to bo always reliable. They Imvo th ?
highest commendation from nil, and will nlwiiys
render satisfaction. Price, in largo tbrec-tlruehiu
vinls, with directions:
Nos. Cures. fin's.
1. Fr-. erB, Congestion, Inflnmm.it ioni, . .
2. W*?rni?, Wonn Fever, Worm ('??he, . . 50
3. CryttiK-ColIc, orTvctliiiitfof lul'miSs, . sn
?i. Dinrri.wn, of Children or AdnU", . . SO
fi. Oy-M-nttry, Griping. Uli ions Colic, . . JO
It. t'UoIcrn-Morbiis, Vomiting, .... !<0
V. <"ou <.-!>?, (.'old*, UroncliiliH,.AO
B. IVeurniyln?Toothncho, Facs-nr-hc. . . . :,i
1>. nrn<tnchest Rick llendimltc, Vei t i >. . .Mi
10. Dyopcpsla, Bilious Stoma?.']..'?')
11. HnppVesuea* or Pxitnftd Pcvio2:i, . . .
12? V.'intos, 1io Profuse Periods, . . . SO
13. 4?nmv. Couith, DffHcnlt llrenthin -, . . .' ?
11? Stattlih.com, Erysipelas, F.rup'.ii n , .
IS. I{l:vti.uatisiu,:Jlncutautiel'niu', . . . ?'?? I
' W. >?*<?. er nmlAsa?; Chill lev-.-.. / f.n I
1". Piles, blind cr hi - ilinff,. ;
13. Opiitltnlmy, and !>?orj rrY* v . . ?o
19. <5!:ttarvli, Aculoor t'hrouia ltiliiieii/;i, . . > i
2j. \VRooplag-CoiigH. Violi-nt Cou ' . . M
21. Ami tuna, Opprcied Bror.thincr, . . Mi i
I 22. 3-:iir DlKohnrgi-K, Impaired Ilei'n. ?' ?' j
1 l!J. [Wcrofilln, Enlarged GlnwR P\v< . - S" |
i 24: iiii??ieralDebility,rhy?iicid>Vc.il:uv . - ?
2.V Dropsy and Seamy S.rroMni! ', . . . . M
2?. Sen-.SicUneasi Bickn'-' i from hioii ? . ? ?'
S". Kliliicy-llbiense, Gravel, . . . .
is. Ner%-ous Debility, ScmfualW as -?
or Involuntary Disohtugoi,.I '? ?>
29. fJore Montb,Canker, . . ,. . . .?
so. Urlnai y IVeaUncsa, \vettm-t.:<_ V- ., ?- ?
SI. I?alMl"nl XVr!on?, with Hpiisin.?, . . Mi
:;??! KtillV rins* *-'hanso of Lite, . . . .101
33. ICollop*' .'. Sivwnii St. Vitus Dane , . I en
it. Dlprtthi-Vin. t Irtvnlod Sere Thront.. . SO
3.1. CUrbnta Congestions set Kniption , So
FAMILY CASV.S.
I Conn Otoroeen) with above 3S large vi.d* und
i Mnnn dor Dln-elSon?, . ? ? ? :10. \''
1 Case (M loccol of 20 hmrev.-.. i a-. 1 Rook, t, M
' c iTTii. fo remedies m c ?< nt by tiie
ehmi or single box to nny pnrt of the
conntry. Tree ofc-narge, on receipt of
prlt?.-. Address
Humphreys' Specific . .
i Homeopathic Medicine Co.,
? Ot?ironiid IX'pnt, N?..MS! Bniumv.vv, Sr.w Yoso:.
Tfr 01* Knie by "11 l>rnRgln?n.
t For s:ilo by ?cigor & McGregor, Af.-rn'.e. ;
Dec 17 Wly
WM. M. FINE'S
State Capitol Saloon.
THE best of WINES, LIQUORS,
SE?ARS, TOBACCO, etc., con?
stantly on hand. Norfolk OYS
ITERS, in and out of tbo shell. Give him a
call. Jan It)
Mess Mackerel.
KITTS extra moss MACKEREL, for
B?ht by HOPE .v GYLES.
5Q
Feeding Oats.
ipr/^V/^\ BUSHELS prime heavy OATS for
\*J\JVJ sale low for cash.
JaulO HOPE.V GYLKS.
Hardware! Hardware!!
^linE undersigned, having found the cash
, X. business in their Grocery Department a
?t mpletesucceed, have determined to conduct
I tbo ?Jardwaro Department on a sir idly cash
'basis also. They have, therefore, greatly re
Iduced the prices for all hoavv tcnods in Ibis
line, embracing IRON. NAILS, STEEL,
SPRINGS.AXI.ES und CARRIAGE MATE?
RIALS, being convinced that a <|Uick penny
'is better than a slow shilling.
JisT* Purchasers will save money by ex?
amining our stock and prices he tore pur?
chasing, 'ft nits cash before (Ulicery.
Jan 0 JOHN AG NEW ,\ S: N.
Wanted to Borrow,
AAA FOR which n first mort
jip* )?j\JvJv/9 gago on valuably unencum
ben d city property will he given. Addrenu
Y. Z., care of PncKNix Oftieo. The advor
tiser means business. Dee :10
T. M. Wiikes, Attorney at Law,
AND United States Oomtnietiuner for Cir?
cuit and District Courts for South Cu
!rolina. Otlioo over tlio Carolina National
iR-uilc. Columbia. S. C. Dee 80
HOMOEOPATHY.
DR. 80n LEY, Komrcopathiet. respect fully
ofl'ors his services to the citizens ot Co?
lumbia. Cflico over Dr.file's Rook Store, op
.positu Columbia Hotel. Olllcn hours from 8
!to 10 A. M., 2 to 1 aud 7 to '.? P. M.
Dee 7 3tnofl
Jost Received,
:ifc^^ AN extra flnn lot of Kentucky
I^B MULES and HORSES, some of which
UjjJ^aro well broke. They may he siren
at Uimrfoa Logan's Stables, corner Senate
and Assembly streets.
Nov 12 W. S. A L. TAL ROTT.
Mills House Stables.
JUST received at the above Sfa
M bles, twenty head flnu KENTUCKY
?taJUa2a?MULES, most of which aro well
oruko. Will be sold cheap for caah.
Sept 13 J. N. LONG, Agent.
ttfof Breakfast Strips and Hams.
1 AAA LBS. Extra BREAKFAST
JL-A/VM J STRIPS, 3.000 lbs. Sngar cured
HAMS, for salo low for cash.
_Jan 3 _HOPE A OYLES.
To Rent or for Sale
a THE HOUSE on tbo oorner of Lady
Tflt and Assembly etrcot^. Possession
illLgivc n immediately. Apply to
Dec 10 R. A W. 0. SWAFFIE1 D.
UMBIA, S. 0., WEDNESDAY
A 0ARB.
Ohanero of Base?Gone to the Front.
THE subscriber respectfully inforns bis
fiiends and patrons, that ho has removed
from the coruer or Assembly and Plain
streets to the brick storo immediately oppo?
site the New City Hall, Maiu street, and re?
turns his grateful thanks for the liberal pa?
tronage received while holding forth at the
memorable old ration honso of February,
18(15; and hopos, by attention, perseverance
ami promptness to merit a continuance of
that confidence heretofore reposed.
He will be pleased to receive consignments
of any and every kind of Merchandise, Pro?
visions and Kcal Estate, for cither private or
public sale.
Will also attend to the rcuting of dwell?
ings, collection of rents, Ac. His chargi i
?hall bo satiafactory to all.
JACOB LEVIN, Goueral Auction
.Tan 1 ft; And Commission Merchant.
Notice.
Office TiiEASVnEn Richlanp Couktt,
January 8,lh71
THE hooks for Stato and County TAXES
will bo openod THIS DAY, at my olliee,
ever tho bank of Mosern. E. J. Scott & Son.
" Tho following is tho lovy for 187:1:
Ktato tax.12 mills.
County tax, ordinary. 3 "
County tax. Court House. If. "
ConntV tax, deficiencies. li *'
Scliool District tax. l" ??
Total.19 mills.
Ono dollar on each poll for educational
purposes. The penalty ef 20 per cent, at?
taches bylaw upon all taxes unpaid on or
before the l?rh January.
O. II. BALDWIN, County Treasurer.
Jan S 7
$25 Per Thousand.
A large stock of CIGARS jnsl received, and
iu order lu guarantee quick sales, will be ao'.d |
;.t the i.bovc price, Partie* wiahiug a supply
will do well to order r.t once. Wo are now
I
prepared to furnish dca'cre, and solicit a call
or order for samples.
PERRY & SLAV/SON,
Indian Girl Cigar Store, Columbia, H. C.
Jan li
For the New Year, I am resolved to
make new and increasing efforts to
moot tho trying requirements cf the
times. Whilst keeping a iull stock
and continually opening up Fresh
Goods, my expenses aro so much less
than the other dry goods houses, lhaf
you can save moifty, save time, and
save patience, by dealing at my store.
C. P. JACKSON,
"Ihe Leader of Lew Prices.'*
Jan ?
Notice.
G ih.i..w m.i.i: ash Coi.rjmiA R.ui boao Co.,
Tseahuuku's Office.
Coi.umuia, S. C, January 1, l.sT-l.
HOLDERS or the STATE GUARANTEED
BONDS and the admitted SECOND
(2d) MORTGAGE BONDS of this Company,
who have funded tho paat due Coupons of
paid Bouds, matured holwceu January, eight?
een bundled and seventy-two, (1872,) and
July, eighteen hundred and seventy-three,
(1873.) both inclusive, ate notified that
the January, eighteen hundred and seventy
foyr, Coupons of Haid Bonds, and, also, I hon?
ed' the tended Interest Bonds and Certifi?
cates, wiU be paid on presentation at this
ofllce on the FIFTEENTH llfithl I NAT.
GEO. W. WATERMAN,
Jan 1 Treasurer.
NEW PUBLICATIONS
At. Bryan's Bookstore.
TV^KMOIHS OF MANY MEN AND SOME
jyJL WOMEN. By Maunsell B. Field. $.?.
Uoulhrum's Gospel ol Ihe Childhood. ;l 25.
Mr*. Bceeher's House-keener and Health
kcrpcr, fl 50.
John Stuart Mill's Autobiography. ?2 25.
Science and Religion. By Prof. Joseph
LoConto. ll.fiO.
The Atmosphorn, with beautiful chroiuo
plates. By Camillc Plamariou. ill
Crooked Places?A Novel. By Edward
Garrctt.
Nancy A Novel. By Author of "Red as n
Rose." 75 cents.
Joseph tho Jew- A Novel. 50 cents.
A lit i-at Lady -A German Novel. 75cents.
And olhor new bonks. Dee 'M
CLOTHING! DRY GOODS !
UK NTS' Fl! 11 MI Sil IMG CUOI1S 1
LOOK OUT FOR J1ARC1A1SS!
fjHIE uudoreigned, equal to the wants ol
; $ hin friends and the put.lie in general,
I has ro-opened on Main street, at the stand
I lorme-rly occupied bv John 0. Dial, with a
? brgcaud well-selected stock of DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING an.I GENTS' FUItM 111NG
GOODS,which ho offers at prices that defy
I competition. I;< sei ctlull\ soliciting a share
I of the patronage hitherto extended to him,
he promises in.I satisfaclicn to all that fa?
vor him with it call. 11. GOODMAN.
j Get 22
A MEDICINE WORTH HAVING.
IIUINITSII'S (fcUESICK'S OKMOHT,
I7*OR Hick Headache, Bilious AltacliB. Con
. stipation, Sour Stomach, Dyspepsia, In
(ligostion, Scrofula, Jaundice. Pain iu tho
Back, Xouralgia, Dropsy, Skin Diseases,
Loss of Appetite,- Depression of Spirita,
Heartburn, Rheumatism, Norvonsncts, Me?
lancholy, Bilious Fovcr, Oostiyonoea.
Aak for Heinitsh's Queen's Delight; none
other in gennino. For salo at
Dec 19 f E. H. HEINITSH'S Drug Store,
Lumber and Laths.
HAVING a largo quantity of BUILDING
LUMBER and LATHS on hand, per?
sons wanting the same can bo supplied, at
short notice. OrdcrH left at my Residence
on Main ntroet, near tho new Government
Post Office, or sent by mail, will meet prompt
attention. Terms cash.
Not26 gmo__W. LOWRY.
Sngar-Oane Gyrup.
BARRELS very superior and pure
Southern-made SYRUP, f ?r In bv
Jan HOPE \ GYLES.
is;
MORNING, JANUARY 14, U
AGNEW'S CASH STORE.
THB exhaustion canned to our atock of
QrocorieH by the uuprocudontcd demands of .
Christ mas week hn9 been fi led np, and ow
stock of choice t\unity Groceries is again
mnplete.
Crushed SUGAR, 12 cent.- per pound by
barrel, 01 8pounds for H.
Powdered SUGAR, 12 cents per pound by
barrel, c r 8 pounds for ii.
Graunlated SUGAR, 12 cents per pound by
barrel, tu 8 pounds for Jl.
A HUuAR, 11J eents per pound by barrel,
or S pounds lor ? I.
Quarter Boxes. New Layer RAISINS, 41
each.
Together with a full linool choice FAMILY
GROCKRIKS, WINKS, LIQUORS, CIGARS,
Arc, at prices which defy competition.
Jan :t JOHN AO NEW A SON.
GSCKUIKE
IMPORTED WINES, BRANDIES, &c
SCOTCH WHISKIES,
Old Jamaica Rum,
Rrandien ?Otard, Ac,
Holland Gin,
bhoirv Wine, Port Wine, Madeira Wine.
Also, a largo steck of fino old Whiskies,
Cigars, Ac.
Deo 21 J. CL8EEGERS.
L?RICK & LOWEANCE,
Wholesalo and Retail
Grocers and Provision DealerE.
OCR stock is ,
icomplelo in every
irespect. Wc sell at'
It ho very lowest!
?MHMBlprrrii, and warrant I
nur goo !a pure. We do not publica prices,
but toel satisfied that none of our uatrous
will leave dissatisfied. Wo pay the highest
market price for CO I' TON. either in goods or I
currency. We have an excolleut WAGON
i'Ai.1) in rear of our establishment. Look I
out for the Mini of the plow and the carriage \
wheel, Richardson street, a Tew doors below
the l'muNix oflicc. Give in a cali, and in?
spect our goods and t rice h. Nov
MASONIO FEMALE COLLEGE, ~
CCKESUUllV, A It 111". VI I.I.K, S. V.
ClIAIITKUKI) 1851$.
TWENTY-FIRST annual
fesfon opens WEDNESDAY, 21?tol
'January, ltfi 1; closes la tt Wtdnes
'day in Getobt r.
Expenses lot term ol forty
?ek-j: Primary Department, 125; Academic
Department, J!J5; Collegiate Department,
i?'J; Music. flO; Board,112 to $15 per mouth.
French und Latin free. Far eirmtlars apply
to W. CHRISTIE Jii-.NET,
Dec 11 ?:; 11 f Principil.
Notice.
OFFICE CITY CLERK',
Coi.t iiniA,S. C, January :t, 1S74.
A
LICENSES lor the year 187:1, and do
siro to continue the same 'or 1874, are hereby
I notified that it is neccasai y to make a new
I application to Council for the same, giving a
I new bond, Ac. Blanks will be furnished at
I the City Clerk's Office; also, payiui lit will be
I icqnircd lor the tirst quarter on or before the
I (Ith oT the present month.
Jan I CHAS. BARNL'M,City Clerk.
$100,000
IN
i OR
CLOTHING
wim mmwm toons.
I Qiiii y
!
"DOUGHTsince th< gn at decline, and wc
1> me ulliisg tlieiti tit the very lowest
I pries* for cash. We Intend to giv.i nitrous
I tniners llio advantauo ol the LOW PRICES.
Come and see out stock. IVit consider it a
I compliment for persons to call and see our
; goods KIN ARD A WILEY.
EMERSON'S
ssNGir^a school.
Price 75 Cts.,on ;7.50 Pr.u Doit.
! Is a Comw.v.ti:, Cheap asd Usiuti. Bot s; i <r.
MNolM. Seuooi.s.
N
ue
0\V it the linie to use ?, a* II ha? all the
material to make the Winter Singing
hool attractive end useful in tlin highest
By L. G LllElU-ON.
System for Beginners
on tub
PIANO-FORTE.
UV MASON ?fc IIOADLEY.
One cannot help liking this thorough, hvh
leuiatic method, the work of men eminent in
their profession antl who have tho important
qualitication of being experienced teachers.
Remember that the liret months of in?
struction are, if there is an; distinction,the
important ones. That is the timo to lay a
good foundation. "A work well begun is
already half done.'' Price fll.
All book* ueut, post paid, on rccoipi of re?
tail price.
OLIVER DITSON A CO., Boston.
OHAS. U DITSON A CO,,
Jan 10 w* 711 Broadway. New Yolk.
S. E. STRATTON, TRIAL JUSTICE,
Office on AssfmbUj street, between Lady and
11 ash i it -iio n >. I reels.
DEVOTES especial attention to tho r< ntal
of hcilsea, tlio collection ol nuts, and
to tho.xe renn die? pursued bv civil action
and proci < .'.iugs. Hi : 2i Mm ?
(MIX.
i Event."
574. VOL. IX-NO.
Fourth Grand Gift Concert,
roil TUB UKSEF1T OF TUB
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
OVKlt S 1OU.00O in Bank! SnccesB assured!
A full drawing certain on TUESDAY, the
31st of March next. In order to meet the
general wi.-h und expectation of the public
and the ticket-holders, for tho lull payment
of tho magnificent gilts, announced tor the
Fourth Grand Gift Concert of tho Public Li?
brary of lCenuicky, the management have de?
termined to postpone the Ccjncert and Draw
itig until Tuesday, the :51st of March. 1871.
They havo already realized over $1,000,000,
and havo a great many auentu yot to hear
from. No doubt ia entertained of the sale of |
every ticket before tho drawing, but whetber
ail are Biold or not, I ho Concert and Drawing
will positively and unequivocally take place
on tho day now Vtxod, aud if any remain un?
sold thoy will he canceled and tho prizes
I will bo roduced in proportion to the unsold]
tickets.
Oulv 00.C00 liekcls havo been istned and
1-4.0UO ( AStt till* i s,
$1,500,000?
Will bo distributed among tickot-boldorfl.
The tickets aro printed in coupons of tenths,
pnd all fractional parts will bo represented
in the drawing just as wholo tickets arc.
LIST OF OIKTS.
1 Grand Cash Gift.1253,000
1 f raud Cash Gilt. 100,000
1 Graud Cash Gilt. 50.000
1 Crand Cash Girt. 25 000
1 Grand Cash Gift. 17.000
10 C.ieh Gifts, $10,030 each. 100 000
30 Cash Gifts, 5,000 each. 150.000
I 50 Cash Gifts, 1,000 each. 50,000
' 80 Cash Gilts, 5UU each. 40,000
100 Cash Girts, 400 each. 40 000
150 Cash Oirts, 300 oach. 45,000
250 Cash Oifts, 200 each. 50,000
325 Cash Girts, ID!) each. '.52.500
11,000 Cash Gift?, 50 each. 550,000
Total 1?. 000 Gifia, all caeh.
amounting lo.f 1.500.COO
Tho chances f ir a gift are us one to live.
PltlCR Ofc'VlclClJ'.TS.
Whole tickets. ?50; halves. $2">; tenth;), or
each coupon, eleven whole tickets for
f5?i0; 22J tickets fi>r i t 000; 113 v. hole tickets
tor J-5,t'i 0; whole tickets lor fiu.OOO. No
discount on lees (ban ?500 w irthof tickets.
The Fourth Gifl Concert will he conducted,
in all respects, like tho thn o which have
already been giv? n.and full particulars may
be learned In :n circulars, which will bo tent
free from t!.: > i nice lo all who u| ply for
them.
j Orders for tickets and applications for
! agencies v. In a-." nd< d t-i in the rrd''r they
j are received, and it is hoped liiey will he
I si nt iu promptly, that thtro may bo no dis?
appointment or delay in filling all. Liberal
I terms giv ntothoie who buy to sell again,
j Ml agents :.!<? peremptorily required to settle
j r.n ilielr accounts und return all unsold
j tickets Lv the 201 hday of March.
THOS. i.. JlltAA1LE ITE,
I .'.?.????.it Puhl:.- Library Keiiin ky and Mana
j ger Gifl Gone us. Public Library Building,
t Ij- idivillf. K> i lucky. Dec 17 wt
IICY ONLY THf.
GBXn.XE FAillBAXKS SCALES,
ItANLTACTrtlKll 1>Y
E. & T. FAIRBANKS & CO.
n
Standard Scales.
STOCK RCAI KS. COAL SCALPS. HAY
SCALES, DA Li; Y SCALES, COUNTER
i SCALES. Ac . A.-.
Ki-alr* lt?p.?li<?1 Pi-omptly unit ItfHuim
i'1'ly.
; For isle', ah ? I'm Miner's (V.fl'-. e aud Drug
I Mill*, Conipotiie.n ?-. tili sizes Letter
. Presses, A'it., A c
Kilcs Alr.'Pi Till Co.'e.
EVERY
(riUMrc.n|
Hi
EVERN
Mi it liti >><
I Use Th m
I
i SOLU AT
! Fairbanks' Scale Warehouses,
FAIltBANKS & CO.,
'Ill ItitO.I i1wa V, Xl.W YOUK.
Ii ; bahnten ftreet. I'.allihiore,
"i; I 'mniJ stro< t. New Orleans.
KAIItlt.WKs <w KYVIA'G,
M l?oiiie II ill. Philadelphia.
p m IS " A Mv?-. llltnU N Si ( O.,
?J M i k street. boston.
For utile b\ ling Ii irdware Dealers.
I Sept 17 " WtJW
; Drs. Gi cent. Ln.d ey & Bentieys
I GREAT FAMILY MEDICINES
C^OMPOU.M? I? XT It AI T CORY DA LI 8,
j tlm gieM vegetable alterative for all
diseases arising liom impute blood.
im. g?i:i;nk's pit cure, for the
euro of Epilepsy, Fits, Spasm?, and convul?
sions (I all kinds.
ill fit im tni IIon*y. fur Coughs, Cclde,
Bronchitis, Croup, und all dideuses of the
lungs and sir passages.
Neurulglu gpiclllr, a certain and speedy
euro for Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Neivous
Head-ache, ami all nervous pains.
\Yuiinsh Volley Agi?r Cure. Contains
no Quinine. A most positive remedy for
i Chilis, Bilious Fever, and Congestions of
j Livt-r and Spleen. Act- litfo a charm.
, Prepared at the Labdratorv, Charlotte, N.
1 C. For sale bv W. ?. FISHER,
N??v20Jl> ' Columbia, 8. O.
Stanley's Cough Syrnp
(1UU1.S i-.ll kinds or Coughs, Hoarseness,
J Rr< nchitis, incipient Consumption. Try
it: don't delay; .i Cough g( ta worse with
even dav'i neglect. For sale at
NoY.*> } IIEINITSU'S DliUO STORE.
GOOD GOODS!
ano
will
Always be Found
at the
Gl- AND CENTRAL
DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT
or
wm. IX LOVE & CO.
WE would respectfully announco to oar
patrons that, notwithstanding our
EXTENSIVE 8ALEB durirjg the paet month,
OUU STOCK is Btill COMPLETE in all the
DEPARTMENTS. New Goods rocoivtd daily.
Customers aro requested to examine our
CHOICE ASSORTMENT heforo purchasing,
as wo ALWAYS have a great manv GOODS
needed in every family, at POPULAR
PRICES.
Preparatory to taking onr yearly inven
tory, we will dispose of a groat many Goods,
at VERY LOW PRICKS, at the
The Grand Central
Dry Goods Establishment
or
WM. D. LOVE & CO.,
Under the Whnoler Houso.
WM. D. LOVE. P.. 13. McCKEERY.
N. B.?CARPETS selling very low to re
! duco stock. _Jan 4
Extraordinary
A15D
IMPORTANT ASttOUKGEIEHT 1
SBO.QHQ IBH.
OF
DRY GOODS
AT AND
BELOW COSTS!
TnE continued pressure' of hard titnee
compels na to mafeo this MOST ALARM?
ING SACRIFICE, bat as we must have
money, in order to pay our creditors, wo will
give the public such an opportunity to bup
ply their many wants as they have never be
lore had in the history of this oity.#
Urteful patterns DRESS GOODS at 12,15,
20, 25 cenff?worth doublo. ,
SILK BALERNAS, BERLIN CORDS and
EMPRESS OLOniH. 37 centa? half price.
JAPANESE SU KB,25 cents, (astounding
bargain,) 50 and 75 ccnte- -way down.
SILK PONGEES, REPTARRA8, CASH
MERES, (all how sh&dta,) 75 cents?worth
jl 55.
FIGURED EPINOLES,(abeantifnl North?
ern novelty,) Li) cents?coat uc< 75.
A large line of CLOAKS sxd JACKETS, wc
offer at 25 cents on the dollar.
A full assortment of FURS, at scarcely
half Now York prices.
Twenty l.oxes of EINEN COLLARS and
CUFFS will be sold at 5 and 10 cents?worth
four ttmcH the money.
Itouse-lnriiiehing floods, although qu/tc ?
staple, wo havo marked RELOW CoST.
They include aline liuu of LINEN DOYLIES,
at <lo ct nts and f 1 00. Also, largo Marseilles
RED SPREADS, from $150 up. Table and
l'iano Covers, with olhtr upholstery essen?
tials, wo wiil close out at one-half their
oi iginal value.
Onr entire stock of MILLINERY, RIB?
BON S, FLOWERS, LACES, Ac, will ho of?
fered at. such prices as cannot fail to effect a
clearance.
Wo have ouly enumerated a few loading
lines, but the whole Stock i? offcied without
t.ny reserve Whatever. Cash must bo paid
on delivery of goods; from this, thero will be
no deviation. Parcels shall be delivered in
the order in which they aro bought.
All partit a owing us money mitet call and
settle, or wc shall be compelled to resort to
other measures,
Dee 18 J. II. KIN ARD A CO.
CONGrAREE IRON WORKS.
COLUMBIA, K. C.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor.
?
r ? .\ :?> i> U X. 11
?f/J> MII.LS. Gin Ge
Ht^^-ing, and nil kit
/ ft? of Iton Cr.atii
M A NTJFAOTU
BEtt OF STEAM
ENGINES, SAW
\ N D GRIST
ear
kinds
tings
for Machinery
and Ornamental
Ca stings for
Stores nnd DweR
1 ing*, Pat etil Bailings for Gardens audCema
j teriea, lru ? Settees a:.d Arbor Chairs; also.
I Btaon Castings of u!l Linda. Rolls for
Churches, Schools, Work-shop*, .tc. Gua
I ran too all my work first ehi-.ts ?cd tqual to
j any Ninth or South.
Works at foot of Lady street, ai d near to
South Carolina and Greenville and Colombia
I Rsilrond Compaides' Depots. Not 18
MILLINERY,
! First P:i2o Awarded : t Fair of 1873.
Mils. C. E REEL) has opened
a line assortment of Lathen',
Mi-is es' and Chlldrtn'a l'.ON
!?MfflBrSa NETS. Hats.Cops,Cloaks, Hed
TOgSpra liigoles, Furs, under-wear and
-??'W Hair of all des-ei iptions; alco,
fc>y?'V-Vy -,,|,s Moody'a and other ?-lyU-*
! t,' rA of Corsets. All i f which will
J 9s ho sold ut reducer! prices Mrs.
?.WI Reed was awarded the highest
premiums at the State Fafrs for the best
Millinery. OctJJSlSrao_
Jewelry! Jewelry! Jewelry!
WM. GLAZE,
AT his new utoro, Main street, nearly op
posito tho Central National Penk, has
a large nnd beautiful dock of Ono WATCHES,
stem and koy winders, from tho beet Eu?
ropean and American mannfactnri.rs, and of
bis own importation,in gold and rilvOrcases.
Elegant JEWELRY I An unrivaled assort?
ment just received, nnd all tho latest styles.
Sterling SILVER-WARE, in seta and cases.
Bridal Presents, and a very fine selection or
Plated-Ware, Gold Watch and Neck Chains,
I Lockets, elegant Seal, Wedding and Engage?
ment Rtngs, large stock of Spectacles and
Eyo-OlaseCB, Clocks, Musical Boxes, and a
great variety of Fancv Arliolee. My stock is
the largest and best selected in tho Southern
country, an.l will bo sold as cheap as tuo
same article can bo bought anywhero.
Get 21_
Family Flour.
lOOTjqi.S. hxtra Family FLOUR.
100 barrels low priced, but sontirt.
For sale by HOPE A GYLES

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