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to railroad companies, backe, mer?
chants, manufaotur-ars and otherl. They
avo enduring and changeless, and vriil
oopy sharp and olear for an indefinite
period of time. Having just received a
fresh supply of inks, we are prepared to
execute orders at moderate prices.
Persons indebted to the Phcemx office
ate earnestly requested to call and settle
at onoe. There is a large amount dne?
the greater portion in email earns. The
Indebtedness mnBt be liquidated, or wo
shall be foroed to resort to extreme mea?
sures.
! Thb Crviu Rights Bill.?Its Defeat
Probable.?The Washington corres?
pondent of the New Ycrk Graphic writes,
under date of the 9tb:
> The pending Oivil Bights Bill pro?
mises to prove a great bone of conten?
tion in the Republican ranks. It ap?
pears tbat the House Judiciary Com?
mittee . decided that Congress bad the
constitutional right to provide by law
against separate Bohools for the race,
but that it was doubtfnl if it had the
same right to legislate the colored f reo
man into the jury-box or to strike the
word .''white" out of State laws wher?
ever- found, as Mr. Snmner's more
sweeping measure provides. After the
Bntler-Morey bill was reported and dis
ousted with all the solemnity of Ste?
phens, the fervor of Elliott, and tho wit
and power of Butler to back it, it seems
to have- run against a sqag, and has
been recommitted, avowedly to reaoh
Borne compromise on the school clause.
It appears that there are many Republi?
cans objecting to thia prejudice. They
"gag" badly at the idea of puttiug into
Federal law provisions wbiob shall pro?
hibit the establishment of Beparato
schools.
The colored members, eight in num?
ber, claim that tho 800,000 votes they
represent will take this act as a proof of
the fidelity of their white party asso?
ciates, and act accordingly. The pro?
position is now made, and it shows how
little consistency there is in ordinary
partisanship, that the jnry clauBo nud
that striking ont tho word ''white" from
the State laws should be substituted for
the obnoxious educational ticotion. If
this is done, it will be sure to result iu
making a feud in the Ropnblicau runkw.
If these fends continue, there will soon
be no ranks to divide.
Joseph Meohella, who was tum gl on
Friday last, in Hudson City, N. J., for
murder, rofused to Bee bis brother, and
assaulted a minister of tho Gospel who
entered his cell. He went to the gal?
lows with a cigar iu his mouth, which
the Sheriff removed just before drop?
ping off.
Although $2,000,000 and a cemetery
site in Weetohester County, was offered
by speculators for St. Paul's churoh and
church-yard in New York, it was re?
fused.
Tim; Leavy, i one-legged ex Con?
federate, who was employed aB watch?
man on the North Carolina Railroad,
fell from a thirty-foot trestle, near
Wadeeboro, a few days ago, and was
instantly killed.
N
Come to See Him.
OW is tho time to get fresh CANDIES,
euch aa Cream, Pino-apple, Lemon,
Rose, Butter Beotob, Pop-corn, Ao., as the
CANDY MAN he* arrived, aud pitched his
tent on Washington street, a few doors from
Maaonlo Hall, where ho will manufacture
Candy of all kinds op tho spot. Jan 13 16*
City Money^
(2l? i'ifXCi ?ITY MONEY for sale h.t
W'JU?\J\JKJ a discount. Tboso hav?
ing city taxes to pay will rodnco their laxes
by calling on tbu undersigned, and exchang?
ing their greenbacks for oity bills at a dis?
count. _JOHN AONEW & SON.
Wanted,
ONE hundred thousand "clean" CHAM?
PAGNE BUTTLES. Good prices given.
Jan 14 GEO. 8YMMEBS.
Su^ar-Oane Syrup.
1 f? """AUllELS very superior and pure
At) b utbem-made SYBUP. for sale bv
Jan 9 HOPE A OYLES.
Venison Hams.
LBS. choice VENISON HAMS.
Jan3_ HOPE A- OY I.KS
Mess Mackerel.
KITTS extra moss MACK EBEL, for
sale by HOPE .t OYLES.
200
50
TEED
BY J. A. SELBY. GOI
Special Notices.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Happy Itellcf for Young Men from tho {
effoots of errors and abuses in early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar-1
riage removed. New method of treatment.
New and remarkable romedica. Books and
Circulars sent free, in sealed onvclopos. Ad?
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.?an institu?
tion having a high repntatlon for honorable
conduct and professional skill. Oot^SO 3mn
WM. M. FINE'S
State Capitol Saloon.
THE best of WINES, LIQUORS,
SEOABS, TOBACCO, eto., con?
stantly on band. Norfolk OYS
TEBS, in and out of the shell. Give him a
call. Jan 10
AGNEW'S^CASH^STOBB.
THE oxhaustion caused to our stock of I
Grooorios by the unprecedented demands of
Christmas woek hau been filled up, and our
slock of choice FamVy Groceries is again
complete.
Crushed SUGAR, 12 cents per pound by
barrel, or 8 pounds for 11.
Powdered SUGAR, 12 coats per pound by
barrel, or 8 pounds for 11.
Granulated 8UGAR, 12 cents per potfhd by
barrel, or 8 poundB for (1.
A SUGAR, 11$ cents per pound by barrel,
or 8 pounds for $1.
Quarter Boxes New Layer RAISINS, $1
each.
Together with a full line of choice FAMILY
GROCERIES, WINES. LTQUORM, CIGARS,
Ac, at prices tchich defy competition.
Jan?_JOHN AUNEW &_BON.
BreakfaBt Strips and Hams.
InrWi L?3. Extra BREAKFAST
^?Vili/t J STRIPS, 3.000 lbs. Sugar-cured
haMS. for salu low for cash.
.Tan 3 HOPE & OYLES.
Feeding Oats.
fr^Vi^V BUSHELS priroo heavy OATS for
O\J\ ' sale low for cash.
Jan 10_ HOPE A GYLES.
. Hardware! Hardware! S
fllHE undersigned, having found the cash
JL bnsiucss in their Grocery Department a
complete success, have determined to conduct
tho Hardware Department on a strUtly ca*h
basis also. They have, therefore, greatly re?
duced tho prices for all heavv Roods in this
line, embracing IKON, NAILS. STEEL,
SPRINGS, AXLED and CARRIAGE MATE?
RIALS, being convinced that a quick penny
is better than a slow shilling.
*?* Purchasers will save money by ex?
amining our stock and prices before pur?
chasing. Terms cash before, delivery.
JaU G_JOHN AQNEW A SON.
T. M. WiIkes, Attorney at Law,
AND Unitod States Commissioner for Cir?
cuit and District Courts for South Ca?
rolina. Office over tbo Carolina National
Bank. Columbia. S. C. Doc 30
John E. Bacon, Attorney at Law,
Law Hange.
PFICE formerly occupied by Messrs.
Mouteitb A Bauskett. Jan 0
Save Costs.
ALL indebted to tho under* igne-d, by note
or account, mast pay up before the 1st
of February next, or nettle with our attor?
neys. HOPE & GYLES.
Jan 0 _
HOMOEOPATHY.
DR. SCHLEY, Homocopalhist, respectfully
offers bis services to tbo citizens of Co?
lumbia. OfUco over Do flic's Book Store, op
pnsito.Columbia Hotel. Ofden hours from s
to 10 A. M.,2 to 4 and 7 to 0 P. M.
Dec. 7 !lmna
IMP0RTEB WINES, BRANDIES, &c
SCOTCH WHISKIES,
Old Jamaica Rum,
Brandies ?Otaul, Ac,
_ Holland Gin,
Mim n Wine, Port Wine, Madeira Wine.
Also, a large steck of fine old Whiskies,
Cigars, Ac.
Den 21 J. C. SEEGERS.
$00 Reward.
j. STOLEN from my stable, in Co
^&gMt Inmbia, on tho night of the nth in?
SBtSflH ht;uit, a modiotn-si/.rd sorrol HOUSE
ttsUaVMULE, with a white spot near the
fore-top and one on tho right nhlo.
Jan 11 ? MARGARET 1UWIN.
o
TO MY FliEllS HI Ti PUBLIC.
?c
WITH thanks ioi the vary liberal patronage thai I uu: nr. iving, and lheaenurHncftth.il
all who may faVor muwith their ordern will h.j pleased, both with the quality and
price of goods, I submit the prices of a fo* ?>f the leading artltdea at> a comparison:
FinesOid Mellow Monogram WHISKF.Y, tfi per gallon.
FineBtOld Mellow \Yhe?.t WHISKEY, $5 per gallon.
Old Mellow Bourbon WHI8KEY, $4 per gallon.
Monntuiu Corn WHISKEY*, $2 pm gallon.
Finest Heiland GIN, $H per gallon. ?
Finest Jamaica BUM, IS per gallon.
. BRANDY, $15 to ?20 pev gallou.
C SUGAR, 11 cunts por pound per barrel; 11} cenis retail.
Ex C.Sagar, 11 cents per pound per barrel; 12 cents retail.
A Sugar, lljf cents per pound per barrel; retail 12} cente per pound
Crushed Sugar, 12 oonts pnr pound pur barrel.
F. A. Forria A Co.'s New Sugar-cured HAMS, IS Centn.
CHEESE, 18 coots by box; 25 cents retail.
Finest Cos hen BUTTER, .45 oonts per pound.
Finest Mountain Bnttor, SO cents per pound.
BACON. SHOULDERS, 8i centa per pound.
Bacon, Clear Rib, 9 cents and 9} cents per pound.
Family FLOUR, $10 per barrel.
Extra Flour, selected Wheat. $11 per barrel.
New Crop New Orloans SYRUP, 90 cimts per gallou.
MOLASSES. 83 oonts per gallon.
Afullline of Tyler Brothers' CAKES, CRACKERS and BISCUITS, eolu from 7 cents per
pound to 11 cents per ponnd.
A fall line of Peak, Froan A Co.'s celebrated LONDON EISCU! I S.
Atmore'a colebratod MINCE MEAT.
BOUSED PIG'S FEET.
Now BEEF TONGUES.
BMOKttD BEEF.
Fulton Market BEE'1'.
New CRACKED WHEAT, uow Codfish. Finnin Haddiea.
CANNED GOODS, or the choicest brands, in endless variety.
FRUITS, NUTS, Ac, Ac, Ac , to.
HARDY SOLOMON.
Jau 14
jUMBIA, S. 0., THURSDAY V.
CIGAR DEALERS
WHO wish to get only a few boxos at a
timo, or any odo wishing a single box
of Cigars, will find tb.it. a call at tbo INDIAN
GIRL CIGAR STORE will convince them
that the expression among emokere, "The
Indian Girl boIIb the host Cigars for the
money," id Iran; and. whilst property holders
threaten to complain to Congress about
being bo
HEAVILY TAXED
they, too, shonld appeal to this maid to be
relieved from tbo heavy charges they are re?
quired to pay by those whe do not make a
specialty ot the tobacco bujinoBS. The Civil
Bight* bill now agitated
BY CONGRESS
and that brand of Cigars, (pure Havana,)
three lor twenty-fivo cents. Bold by the
"Qnoeu of Luxnry," aro tbo latest sensatione
of the day; and as tho one. is likely to go up
in gas, the other will go up iusuioks, Bo
call oarly, or yon will be too late. Jan 14
FAVORABLE BRANDS
TO UK UAO AT TIIF
CALIFORNIA SEG-AR STORE.
im pointed.
LA ESCEPCION HEINA VICTORIA.
Flor do Uonry Clay Heina Victoria;
Flor do Cuba Heina Victoria,
Rosa de Santiago Regalia del Rev,
H. Upmann, Oazadorea,
Carvajal Cabanas,
Julian Alvr, Henry Clay,
Partigas, Flor, Santiago Opra,
Manuel Garcia Conchas.
DOMESTIC.
Of our own make:
Golden Eagle, Flor del Fumar,
I. a Espanola, La Palmetto, Pottiga?,
Yours Truly, Itoyal Family,
Silver Lake. Mine is Good,
Challenge, I Guess Not,
Pleasure Garden. Jan 11
For the New Year, I am resolved to
mako new and increasing efforts to
meet the trying requirements of the
times. Whilst keeping a full stock
and continually opening up Fresh
Goods, my expenses are so much less
than the other dry goods houses, that
you can save money, save time, and
save patience, by dealing al my store.
I C. F. JACKSON,
"Tho Leader of Low Prices."
Jan U
NEW PUBLIC A tTo N S
At Bryan's Bookstore,
MEMOIRS OF MANY MEN AND SOME
WOMEN. By Maunsell B. Field, t'i.
Goulbrum's Gospel of tho Childhood, $1 25.
Mrs. Beccher's Houao-keoper and Health
keeper. $1 50.
John Stuart Mill's Autobiography. $2.25.
Scipnco and Beligiou. By Prof. Joseph
LeConte. $1.50.
The Atmosphere, with beaut if nl chromo
plates. By Camille Flamarion. $0.
Crooked 1'laccs?A Novel. By Edward
Garrett.
Nancy?A Novel. By Author of "lied as a
Rose." 75 cents.
Joseph the Jew?A Novel. 50 cente.
A Great Lady?A German Novel. 75 cents.
And other new books._ Dee 80
Lumber and Laths.
HAYING a large quantity of BUILDING
LUMBER and LATHS' on hand, per?
sons wanting the same can be supplied, at
Hhort notice. Orders left at my Residence
on Main street, near the new Government
Post Oftice, or sent by mail, will meet prompt
attention. Terms cash.
_Nov 20 Brno W. LO W BY.
To Rent or for Sale
?THE HOUSE on tho corner or Lady
and Assembly street*. Possessio!)
uiven immediately. Apply to
Dec 10 R. A W.C.BWAFFIELD.
Proposals for Lamp Posts.
OFFICE OITY CLERK,
CoMixitiA, S. O , December 20, lb73.
SEALED bills will be received until the
1:1th day of January, 1H7I, for 250 LAMP I
POSTS, to be of th<' following dimension*,
(a sample of the Blzn to be seen at City
Clerk's oftlce:) The Post to bn eleven feet
long, six inches square at the base, and fur
three feet, then to bo tapered to tour inches
at the top; to lie of good sound heart pine,
and to bo beveled on tho corners; to lie i
painted, and to hi- furnished by the let ot !
February. 1874. CU AS. BARN UM, ]
Doo31 OH v Clerk.
Notice.
OFFICE CITY CLERK.
Commiiiia, S. C, January:!, 1H71. '
A LI. pcrsoiin who have held" TAVERN
A. licenses for Urn year 1873. and do
I sire to continue the ^a:lle for 1S74, are hereby
i not id cd that it in necessary to make a new !
application to Council for ihe sHme, giving a
j new bond, Ac. Blank? will ha furnished at
j tho City.Clerk'-? Ofllce; also, payini m will be j
j i equin .1 for the first ij nartur on or before the i
i fitti of the present month,
i _.Ian_l_OHAS. BARNum,City Clerk.
Medicated and Other Medicines.
H.A UBACHS celebrated ? ahmt Candy,
Ileluitsh's Cough Confections,
Marshme low Drops, pure and tr. ah,
Carbnliu Candy, for sore tin oat,
! Hoarhunml Candy, for colds.
Peppermint Drops, For the dice.-!ion.
Cocoa Caramel, for the stomach.
Jim Crowa, a pleasant dinner confection,
Jordan Almoudri, an after-dinner nut to
I crock,
j ('ream Chocolate, a sweet toothing thimj,
I All for sale al
HKlNPMH'd Drug Store.
I Dee 27 1 Opposite Pnocsix Office.
Just Received,
1*-. AN extra lino lot of Kentucky
?tfiSa MULES and HORSES, some of which
g^pflf-uro well broke. They may bo seen
tti Cuarloa Logan's Stables, corner Sonate
and Assembly streets.
Nov 12 W. H. A L. TAi,ROTT.
Mills House Stables.
JUSTreeoivod at the above Sta?
bles, twenty head fine KENTUCKY
?^??^MULES, most of which are well
* broke. Will be sold cheap for cash.
'.'opt 13 ,L_N. LONG. Agent.
Olarified Sugars.
prrv BARRELS A. Ex. O and C, for sale
til' low for greenbacks.
Jan 3 HOPE A GYLES.
CORNING, JANUARY 15. 187
Notice.
THE firm of WILLING HAM & BLAIR has
this city dissolvod onpartnershin, by
mutual consent. Business will bo carried on
by W. Mo. BLUR A, CO.. from this dale.
STnoruEli'.s, January 12,1874
Jan 11 .1
Dissolution.
TUE Orin of J. B. GLADNEY A CO., of |
Moulioello, was dissolved, bv mutual
consent, on tho 11th Soptember, 1873.
THOMAS BLAIR.
era- Charleston News r.r.d Courier cop]
three times, and send hill to this oftieo.
Jan 11 :t
Postponement.
Tn.\f*dnEn's Offioe, Highland County,
Columbia, ?. C, January 14.1874.
Y authority of tho Complrollor-Uouoral,
approved by bis Excellency t.ho Go
vernor, tho time for collecting tho taxes of I
1H73, without the penalty, is extended to the
5th February, 1871. O. U. BALDWIN,
Jan 14 Treasurer Richland County.
Notice.
Office TiiKAsuitF.n Richland Cotikty,
January 8, 1874.
THE books for Stato and County TAXES
will bo opened THIS DAY, at ?uv office, I
ever the bank of Messrs. E. J. Scott ik. Sou.
Tho following is tho levy for 1873:
Statu tax.12 mills.
County tax. ordinary.3 "
County tax. Court House. 14 "
County tax, deficiencies. 1? 41
School District tax. 1 "
B
Total.li) mills. |
One dollar on each poll for educational j
purposes. The peualty of 20 per cent, at-,
tachos by law upon all taxes unpaid on or |
before the 15th January.
C. U. BALDWIN, Countv Treasurer.
Jan 8 7
Dissolution.
Tn^ copartnership heretofore existing be?
tween R. WEAItN and W. P. HiX. under
tho firm namo of Wtaru & Uix, is this day
dissolved, by the death of Sir. Wearn. Those '
indebted to tho firm will como forward and!
settle ut once.
The business will hercrltcrbe conducted,
at the. samo place, by myself. A continua?
tion of Ihu pulionugo of the public is uoh
cited. By attention and politeness, wo hope
to give satisfaction to our customers in every
eai-e. W. P. HJX.
Jan 13 0
Notice.
Ghlknvillk and Cox.ua! ut a Raimioad Co.,
Tufas miKn's Office.
Columbia, S. C, Jannarv 1,1874.
HOLDERS or the STATE GUARANTEED
BONDS and tho admitted SECOND
(2d) MORTGAGE BONDS of this Company.!
who have funded tbo past duo Coupons of
said Bonds, matured between January, eight
ecu hundred and seventy-two, (1S72,) and
July, eighteen hundred and seventy-three,
(187:1.) both inclusive, aro notified that
tho January, eighteen honored and seventy
four, Coupons of said Bonds, and, also, those
of the funded Interest Bunds and Certifi?
cates, null be paid on presentation at this
office on the FIFTEENTH (15th) INST.
GEO. W. WATERMAN,
Jan 1 Treasurer.
Chariotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad Company,
Columbia, S. C. December 30,1873.
THE COUPONS on Bonds of this Com?
pany, duo on tho Qrat of January, 187-1,
will bo paid at tho Central National Bank, in
this city, or at the Banking House of M. K.
Jesup & Co., in New York, or at First Na?
tional Bank of Clmrlotto, N. 0? or at the
Bauk iig House of John J. Cohen it Sous, iu
Augusta. Oa.
_I)ec:10 |4J C. BOUKNIGHT,Treasurer.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'*
;CAPITAi. sr.oou.ooo.j
SOLU OLE PACIFIC GUANO.
rr^HIS GUANO is now so well known in all
Jl tiie Southern Slates, for its ruinatkablo
effects as an agency lor increasing the pro?
ducts ef labor, us not to require special re?
commendation from us. Its use for eight
venrs past has established it* character lor
reliable excellence. The lar^o fixed capital
invested by the Company in this trade uff >rds
(hobiireut guarantee of I he continued txcel
lencn of this Otiano. 1 he supplies put into
market this seit .ion areas heretofore, pre?
pared uiuh-r ihn superintendence ol Dr.St.
Julian have in 1, Chi mint of the Company, ai
Charleston, S. C. Hence planters may i .ti
assured that its quality and c?iupoidti'ti; i*
precise! i Ihe sanu as that heretofore sold.
J. N. ROBSON.
Selling \n> nt, Charleston. S.?',
JOUN S. REISE .-v CO..
General Agents, Baltimore
Mem.- MS cash; *">.'' tune, without in><
re.-t.
To accommodate planters, they nan order
now and liavo until let ot April to decide
an to whether they will take at time or cash
price. When de'ivercd from the factory by
tin- car load, no dravage will be charged.
.V?'l') I'ilOSl'UAlF. UUANO, BONE.
I'LASTI It,4c .ulv.avi. on hand, quality ::ua
rantci A. J. N. ROBSON.
December 20 {'Into
MAS?N10 FLUALE COLLEGE.
( OK I'.SUt It V, AIHIK.VIM.K, P. r.
riiAHTiuiun I8S3.
TW KNT Y-FlRSI' siieual si -?
ion i)| c-us VV KI>M'.SDA\ . '?\ t ( I
[ Ja ii tiit I'v, Its ?4; closes la tl liVicio -
.'ay in October.
Expenses lor trim ol forty
rimarv Department, #25; Academic
l)i pariiimnt, tJ">; Collegiate Department,
#r>ti; Music i-10; Board, $12 in #15 pur mouth.
French and J,at:;, tree. For circulars applj
to W. CHRISTIE BEN ET,
Doe li ?}i if Principal.
King's Mountain Militaty fchooi,
VOKICVI 1.I.K, S. c:.
THIS Institution is fully tnp
plicd with aims and all nocess&iy
?ciontitic apparatus; and the re
{ucut extension o! ttie course of
studies places it in tbo front rank
of Southern Educational Institu?
tions. The first session of the School Year
of 1874, will begin on the 2d of FEBRUARY.
Apply for Catalogue containing full paiticu
la im. Ci?L. A COWARD;
Doe 4 ?23 Priiicipal.
Wanted to Borrow.
dli P^,' ? if\i \ rtm which a first mort
gage on valuable uueuenni
bored city property will bo given Address
X Y. /., c*ro of I'nrrNiT. Offtco. The aaver
tleor moans 1 urines*. Dec 30
Event."
4. VOL. IX?NO. 2<^T
L?RICK & LOWRANCE; \
Wholesale und Retail
Grocers and Provision Dealers.
OUR stock is
complete in everyi
respect. Wo sell at
the very lowest
prices, and wa rrant
hut goods pure. We do not publish prices,
but loci satisfied that none of our patrons
will leave dissatisfied. Wo pay tho highest
market prico for COTTON, either iu goods or1
currency. We have an excellent WAGONi
YARD in rear of our establishment. Look'
out for tho sign of the plow and the oarriage
wheel, Riohardaon street, a few doors below
tho PiircNix office. Civo us a call, and in?
spect our Roods and prioeB. Nov 23
$100,000
IN
FOR
CLOTHING
GENTS' FORMING GOODS,
M
BOUGHT since the great decline, and wc
aro selling them at the very loweet
prices for cash. Wo intend to give "our cus?
tomers ihu advantage of tho LOW PRICES,
Come and sec our stock. Wo consider it a
compliment for persona to nail and aeo out
goods KISARD A. WILEY.
CLOTHING! DRY GOODS!
CRM'S' Fl'ItMSIH.NG GOODS!
LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS!
rTUIE undersigned, equal to tho wants ol
X his friends and the public in general
has re-opened on Main atreot, at the nt ant
formerly occupied bv John O. Dial, with u
largo and well-selected stock of DRY GOODS.
CLOTHING and GKNTS' FURNISHING
GOODS, which ho offers at prices that defy
competition. Resnectfully soliciting a share
of the patronage hitherto extended to him
ho promises lull satisfaction to all that fa?
vor him with a call. H. GOODMAN.
Oct 22
Drs. Greene, Lindley & Eentley's
GREAT FAMILY MEDICINES
COMPOUND EXTRACT CORYDAI.I9
tho gieat vegetable alterative for all
diseases arising from impure blood.
Dlt. QRRENR'R PIT Cl'RR, for tht
cure of Epilepsy, Fits.Spasme, and convul?
sions of all kinds.
Illt-dleatvcl Ilotiry, fur Coug?B, Cclda,
Bronchitis, Croup, and all diseaaca ot the
Inugs and air passages.
Nt-arulRta Specific, a certain and speedy
cure lor Neuralgia, Rhcumalit-ui, Neivon?
Head-ache, and all larvoll) pains.
Wubnili Vulttry Agu? curr. Contain*
no Quinine. A moid positive remedy tot
Chilis, bilious Fiver, and Congestions ol
Liver and Splei n. Act-* like a clurni.
i t > P^ied at the Laboratory, Charlotte, N.
C. For r-ale bv W. C. FISHES.
Nov 20 ily Columbia. S. C.
THE WILMINGTON STAR.
ESTAlil.lSUED ONLY SIX YEAItS !
DAI l. Y STA II
HAS the iarK'^l circulation of any I>*ily
.\r?ppaper in the State, ami a riicula
t ion in Whmitigl iii nearly twice as largo a.
that ol an; other papi r. All the news ot tin
day v.ill b i found in it, condensed win n ;in.
important, at lei'glii when ol moment, am1
ulwav? preaenled in - clear, intelligent and
intercut mi! mat.to i
?si'nsci:ti'i! in fin idvanck:)
One Year.?T 0(
Six Moid hs. ?. 3 51
ri.ree M -i.tha.. . 2 IK
W ??'? ? * *> I'.Vlt.
!? : i: ;:: oi;?;rl?
"'I..-Wi'.! : i .v combined wUli
the CARot IN l.Nii l;. ? id is one ol tIn
ehcapi ? i iii- .i '.!: c uiiiiy, at the fol
lowii.g lit: i i< ?ti !?:
One Copy, I : ? Yeai . .i\ .".i
Om> Cony, Six Month . 1 tt
?,)? Ili'lba ol ."> to 111. One Year $125 pel
copy. CiutiM ol 10 o: more. One Year, only
M.OOpei copy. S, : ?? men Copies seilt on ap
p'icntu u. Adorers
WM. M HERNAHD.
Editor ? ??) I'roi in tor. Wilmington.N. C.
GOOD RULES.
Taxe llonrtsh's Mood nnri Liver Pilis,
It; \ <?<. i -c!t to bnsincse nnd work
A
make pood invest
men's ".! bi-i-t i ?' -'c ni i4? good lualtli
.md (?.i ? ht>.
H \ hi *i l; hi deranged,
'! aku Iii iiiit.iti'? ij > i '? Delight.
Ii Mit'i lu.vu Kever.Chills, lioaduetie.
I ,.l.i il< initeh's Kina Chill Cure.
-?r"- in, A great sav
, - ??_T ? >v|- ing of money
OAJ^W j^aSu la In knowing
rg?***^*V-j^??Sg what to buy
oind whore tt
ibuv. Go tt
HEIN ITS II *!?
Doctor Shop.
A single doa<
of STANLEYS
COUGH SY
HUP will enn
I Cough" Colds. Hoarseness, and save yot
from Consumption.
The best place is always the cheapest
J Oood advice, 3our boat friend when sick, h
I he who eines von All kinds of goodMKDI
I 01NES at 11 EIN MSB'S DRUGSTORE,
I Sept 30 i Opposite I'BCKimt Offlee.
j Bad Weather, Bad Conghs. Bad Colds
STANLEY'S celebrated COUGH SY1.U1
will euro Oouqlm, Colds, Asthma, Con.
sumption. It is tho remedv, without any ex.
caption. Stanley will aay ao. Get tt only ai
HEIN I rSIt'S Cheap Drug Slore. Nov 18 i
GOOD GOODS!
AND
WIM.
Always be Found
at the
GRAND CENTRAL
DRY GOODS 'JBSTABLISUMBNT
WM. D. LOVE & CO.
T?TE would respectfully announce to our
W fifrirone that, notwttbstancllng our
EXTEN81YE~ffAL?8 during the past month,
OUB STOCK is still COMPLETE in all the
DEPARTMENTS. New Qo?l's reoetved dally.
OnBtomcra are requested to sjamlne our
CHOICE ASSORTMENT before purchasing,
as wo ALWAYS have a great manv GOODS
needed . in every family, at POPTJLAB
PRIOE3.
Preparatory to taking our yearly inven?
tory, wo will dispose of a great many Goods,
at VERY LOW PRICES, at the
The Grand Central
Dry Goods Establishment
of
WM. D. LOVE & CO.,
Under the Wheeler House.
WM. D.LOVE. B. B. McO BEERY.
N. B.?OABPETS selling very low to re
tduco stock._Jan 4
Extraordinary
AND
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT!
V
Op
DRY GOODS
I AT AND
BELOW COST!!
THE continued pressure of hard times
compels ub to make this MOST ALARM?
ING SACRIFICE, but as wo must have
, ? coney, in order to pay our creditors, wc will
tgivo the pnblio such an opportunity to sup
.ply tbeir many wants as they bavo never be
jtoro bad in the bistorv of tbia city.
' Useful patterns DRESS GOODS at 12,15,
. 20, 25 cents?worth double.
! SILK BALEBNAS, BERLIN COP.D8 and
EMPRESS CLOTHS, 37 cents?half price.
I JAPANESE SILKS, 25 conta, (astounding
?bargain,) 50 and 75 cente?way down.
I SILK PONGEES, REPTAKRA8. CASH ?
MERES, (all new shades,) 75 cente?worth
'U 25.
II FIGURED EPINGLES, (a beautHul Nortb
.'ern noveltv,) 50 cents?coat us 75.
11 A large lino of CLOAKS a>id JACKETS, we
11offer at 25 cents on tho dollar.
? ' A fall a-vntment of FURS, at scaroely
11half Now York prices.
Twenty boxes of LINEN OOLLAB8 and
-'CUFFS will bo sold at 5 and 10 cents?worth
? Ifour times tho money.
? House-lurcishing Goods, although quite
staple, wo have marked BELOW COST.
jThovinclude a fine lino of LINEN DOYLIES,
at CO cents and 11 00. Also, large AxV raoilffea
BED SPREADS, from $1 50 up. xable and
Piano Covers, with other upholstery essen?
tials, wo will closo out at one-half their
original value.
Oar entire stock of MILLINERY, RIB?
BONS. FLOWERS,. LACES, Ac. will be of
Ifered at such pricea as cannot fail to effect a
!.clearance.
We have only enumerated a few leading
|lines, but the whole Stock is offered without
any reserve whatever. Cash mast be paid
11 on delivery of goods; from this, there will be
mo deviation. Parcels shall be delivered is
'the order in which thoy are bought.
All parties owing us money mn?t call and
i settle, or wo shall be compelled to resort to
other measures.
Dec 18 J. n. KIN ARD & CO.
CONGAREE IRON W0RK8,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor.
MANUFACTU?
RE ft OF STEAM
ENGINES, SAW
AND GRIST
MILL*. Gin Gear?
ing, and all kinds
of Irou Caatinge
foe M a eh i nery
and Ornamental
Castings for
Stores and Dwell
ng <, Ph i er i Railing* for Gulden* and Ceme
' terien, ln> i Settee* and Arbor Chairs; also,
, ilrat-y Castings, of nil kinds. Bell? for
..Churches, Schoo'?, Wot It-shops, Ac. Gna
l ran tee all niy work llret data and iqu.il to
? in\ North or South.
Works a< foot ot Lad; street, and tear to
South Carolina and Greenville ae-d Columbia
1 llailrond (' nipai ieV Depots. N< v 18
MILUXEP.Y.
Awarded ?t Fair of 1873.
MRS 0. E HEED has opened
a Hne assortment of Ladies',
Milses1 -itid Children's BON
S?NETS, Ilals.Caps,Cloaks^ Red*
j5j ingote-, Furs, Under wear and
Hair of all descriptions; also,
Mrs. Moodj's and other, ?-tyh-e
ot Corsets. All of whteh wil!
be told st reduced prices Mrs.
Seed was awarded the highest
at the Stale Ea rs for the best
Got 23 3mo_
Jewelry! Jewelry > Jewelry!
WM. GLAZE,
AT his new store, Main street, nearly op?
posite tho CoMral Naiui.nl Pank.baa
i a large and beantifnl slock of fine WATCHES,
? stem and key winders, ft<m tbo beat Eu
; rnpean and American manufacturers, aid of
his own importation, in gold and silver caaea.
: Elegant TEWKLRY I An unrivaled aarort
Vment jus* .-ectiv<d. and all the latest styles.
. Sterling .. 1LVKR-WARB, in sits and cases,
j Bridal Presents, ami a very fine selection ot
itPlated-Ware, Gold Watch and Neck Chains,
'Lock etc, elegant Sea), Wodding and Engage
meet Pings, large stock of Spectacles and
,'Kte-Glssses, Clocks, Musical Boxes, and a
.'great rarioty < r Fancy Articles. My stock Is
the largest ai >CPt selected Is the Southern
oouhtr.v, and .ill be aold aa cheap aa the
.?me article cab be bought anywhere.
.' Ont 24_
Family Flour.
100 BBLS. hxtra Family FLOUR
100 barrela low priced, but sound.
For aale by hope A OYLEJrJ
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