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rj Oonnoil mot a6 7.80 P. M* Present^-*
His Honor the Mayor; Aldermen Cor
penter, Thompson, Mitchell, Carroll,
Oarr, Griffin Cooper. Taylor, Lowndis
ana Young. Absent?Aldermen H?ge
and'Williame.
On motion of * Alderman Carpenter,
the reading of the minutes of the last
regular (and special meetings were dis?
pensed with.
' A communication from S. Sheridan,
for a settlement on acOountof the police
force, was referred to the Committee on
Ways and Means.
A communication from D. W. Eidier,
to -purchase or lease a portion of the
city property, embraced in Sidney Park,
wie referred to the Committco on Ways
and Means.
.Aupetltion from the Enterprise Fire
Stagine .Company, for the eity to erect
. for them an.engine hodse and hall, wac,
oh motion of Alderman Cooper, re?
ceived as Information.
The following bills wore received and
referred to the Committee an Accounts:
Cooper Sc Taylor, S. W. Hook and
John Albzander, water works; Cooper
St Taylor, A. Biohardson, J. G. Dial,
W. Glaze, W. Steiglitz, Howie & Allen
end J. A. Jackson, guard house; Ohas.
Mahon, miscellaneous; Cooper & Tay?
lor, Fasan,& Bros., (two bills,) indigent
p?or; W. fcSlonn, printing; Cooper &
Taylor, W. -Glaze, (two bills,) L?. Wil?
son; clerk's office; Hopson & Sutphen,
misoellaneons; Howie &? Allen, J. D.
Starling Sc Co., hospital; J. 0. Dial, W.
D. Starling Sc Co., aluiB house; M. Wil?
liams, Cooper & Taylor, (two bills,) B.
P. Griffin, (two bills,) Jackson Parker,
John Alexander, J. C. Dial, .(three
bills.) F. W. Wing, street department;
8. D. Swygert, examination pauper
lacatioB,
A large number of applications for
renown! of tavern license were received
and referred to the Committee on
laaenee. it'
The report of the Chief of Police for
the mQuth j of December was presented
and referred to the Committee on Guard
H?nde:f" ; ? '
Amount of fines collected, $47.40.
. Tho report of . the Overseer of the
Poor ' for the month of Deaember wur
presented, and referred to the Commit?
tee on Albas House.'
, Tho report of tho City Clerk and
Treasurer was received, and, on motion,
was referred to the Committee on Ways
and Means.
?Alderman Oarpsuter, from tho Com?
mittee, on. Ways and Means, spoke on
ti^e subject of street lamps, which the
.. committee had recommended at a for?
mer meeting, and also called the atten?
tion of the Council to one on exhibi
. iion in the hall, and thought the burner
was one preferable to any light he had
seep; it beings burner that generated
its Own gas from naphtha, and gave a
light equal, if hot superior, to the best
coal gas;' and as the matter of tbe
kind df burners tb bo aeed in the lamps
? ordered by the city had not been deter?
mined on, asked of Council to take ac?
tion. He also stated that the cost would
be about 83,200, with barners and all
attachments, including lanterns and
posts'. He also asked of Council to heir
from John D. Whilden, agent of tbe
Globe Gas Ught Company, of Boston,
who wag in the hall, and had the before
rntihtiorW light on exhibition.
Captain Whilden then made a state?
ment as to tbe cost of naphtha in the
burners offered by his dompany. Also,
offered to attach his reservoirs and
burners to the lanterns contracted for,
and run 200 or more lights? for fivo
years, furnishing all material, oil, etc.,
for $30 per lamp.
On motion of Alderman Carpenter,
the whole matter was referred to tho
Committeo on Wuys and Means.
Alderman Carpenter, from the Com?
mittee oh Ways and Means, who were
requested to furnish a statement of
bonds sold and paid for to the city,
made the following report: New bonds
issued, $250,000; total amount delivered
and paid for, $214,750; balance deposit?
ed in the banks of the eity, $35,250.
' Ou motion of Alderman Carroll, the
report of tho committee was adopted
and ordered to bo published.
Tbe following resolution was offered
by Aldorman Carpenter and adopted:
Reso'vad, That, a standing committee
of three members of the City Council bo
appointed by the Mayor, to be known
us the Committee ou Street L imps and
Gas LigntH.
Tbe Committee on Accounts reported
favorably on the following bills, aud re?
commended that tho same be paid,
which was adopted: John Alexander,
Jaokson Parker, B. F. Griffin, Street
Department; John Alexander, Guard
House; D. O. Peixotto <fe Sors, Cooper
& Taylor, Street Department; T. J. Har?
per, Guard Honse; Dr. B. W. Taylor,
(twobills,) examination pauper lunatic- ;
J. A. Jackson, Guard House.
Alderman Thompson, Chairman of
the Committee on Alma House, reported
that Lue' contractor for tho now alms
house was ready to give the bonds and
commence work, and asked of Council
to fix the amount of the bond, tbo time
for the work to be finished, and how the
money-should be paid.
Alderman Carroll stutcd that the
fence around the city school-bouse
needed repairs, and asked Council to
take a'otion.
On motion of Aldorman Griffiu, the
committee were instructed to have the
necessary repairs made.
The Committee on Gnard House re?
ported back tbe report of the Chief of
Police for November as examined and
* foond correct. Adopted.
Alderman Carroll offered an ordinanco
to amend au ordinance for regulating
licenses for tbe year 1674, and to lower
the same in some cases.
Alderman Cooper objected to tho
ordinance, as ho thought it benefited
only tbe rich man, and did not in any
way benefit tho poor man.
?mmmmsmmseamascm
BY J. A. SELBY.
Alderman Lowndes objected to the
same.
Alderman Yonng thought the license,
in some cases, ought to be raisud, in?
stead of lowered.
Alderman Carpenter made a motion
to strike out the enacting clause.
Alderman Carroll culled for the yens
and nays, which resulted as follows:
Those voting in the affirmative were?
Aldermen Thompson, Lowndes, Taylor,
Mitchell, Young, Griffin and Cooper.
Those voting in the negative were?
Aldermen Carroll and Oarr.
Bids wero then offered for famishing I
the city with 250 lamp posts. The con
traot was, on motion of Alderman Tay?
lor, awarded to Shiver & Mims, nt one
dollar per post; to be painted, two
coatfl, and finished as per Bpeoifioatiou
in advertisement, they being the lowest |
bidders.
Alderman Thompson, from the Com?
mittee on Alms House, recommended
that the oontraetor for tho now alms
honse give a bond for $4,000, and tho
same be completed iu five mouths, and
asked of Council if they proposed to
have an arohiteot.
Alderman Young moved to amend the
recommendation of the committee, by
giving six months to complete instead
of five mouths.
Alderman Cooper moved to adopt the
recommendation of the committee, with
the amendment offered by Alderrmiu
Young. Carried.
On motion, by Alderman Taylor, tho
Chief of Police was? instructed to en?
force the ordinance concerning wagons
and other vehicles atnndiug on the
streets ut night in front of shopa or
stores.
On motion, by Alderman Taylor,
Council adjourned.
OHAa. BARNUM, City Clerk.
Special srotioos.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Happy Relief for Young Men from the
effects of errors and abu?ea in early lifo.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar?
riage removed. New method of troatment.
Now and remarkable remedies. iJooks and
Circulars sent free, iu scaled envelopes. Ad?
dress HOWAHI) ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.?au institu?
tion having a high reputation for honorable
oonduot and professional skill. Oot 30 3mo
DKNVIHON'8
IPATEHT SHIPPING TAGS!
kOvor Two Hundred Millions have
(been used within the'past ten
Ji ears, without complaint of loss
by l ag becoming dotaohed. They arc more
reliable for marking Cotton Sales than any
Tag in use. All Express Companies uao
them. SoJd by Printers and Stationers
everywhere. 1 OoW5+3mos
THE POWER
CURES
HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS
HAVE mOVED, FROM THE MOST
ample experience, nn entire success. Simple,
l'rumpt, ElDdcnt and Reliable. They nro t h _? only
medicines perfectly adapted to popular use?hi
simplo thnt mistakes cannot be miulo in iiHimr
them ; so harmless tut to bu fnt! from dancer; nnil
ro efflrient as to 1h> nlway? relinbto. They havs the
highiut romiaendatiou jm;n all, anil will ultrars
render satisfaction. I'rtee, hi large tkxec-drachui
vials, with direct ilies ;
Xok. Cures.
1. Fevers, OounmiHon, Inflammation:;, . . .'i0
2. Worms, Wenn Eevcr, Worm Colic, . . 50
5. Cryliiff-Cellc, orTet-thin^ot'Infants, . 50 i
4. I>li?rrh?--ii, ol t'hi'ulrun or Adult. . AO
.">. Ityxeiitt-ry, (Sriping, RihoiiHColic, . . .'>0 !
ti. CUolcraojrtorbUfi, *ro:nitiog, . . . . .'>o |
T. Coughs, Colds,itmnchitis, *. . . . M :
5?. TVcurnJgln, 'Jootltueho, Fucom . . . !?) j
U. IXetidaenesi Si>k llcadnchc, V?.;-.. l'i i
10. Dyspepsia, lilUous Stnmai h.W)
11?; Nuppresseu* or Painful Pcrio&i, . . . .'0 i
11. Whites, too Profuse Periods, . . . .'" I
W. Croup, f..e-h, liiHier.lt Rreathin -. . . '?>
M. Knit Hhcu:ii, Erysipelas, Emptier.?, . .'?>
1*. Itltcumntlstii, Rh'.-uinatiol'aiu.i, . . . .'?')
Hi. ivVrmuil A{Tue, Chill Fever, A?>.<?.., .'.>
1". riU <, blind or bleeding,.?
11*. OphiUnliuy, an.1 SowlorY.*-V I'jv. . >" ]
Iu. Catarrh, Acute or Clirnnio Inllneiuei, . |
2t?. whoopbag-Cougl??%"i??l,,ntCoHg5i , . to |
21. Aotlnun, .Oppressed Brwithine, . . . Mi |
22. Unr Discharges, Impaired Ibum-v . ? ?>;
2.1. Krrofulu.Enlarged Gland*. Swollitw?, . :>" ;
24. ?ienerul Debility, Physical Weakia-m, . .VI
2."?. l?rnpsy and Scanty Seerut ioiw, . . . . m
2i!. t?rn-4?lcUne??, Bickm si hum Jl-lii.,:, ? ??>>
27. Itldnuy-Olscnue, Ontvcl, . . . . . M
?m. NcrrauK J>el?lllty, Seminal Vi i nl:ne?,
or Involuntary Iitohargci.I?l>
21). Bor? Jlfoutti,Canker, . . . . . . . W
;i.i Uvlnary Weul.m as, wetting the IJcd, ?<?
81. Pnliif?l Pyrlod?. wIRrSpnanw, . . io
81. Sum-rU?tr ? riupsM oi l.He, . . . . 1 ist
?I. ?flilllWi .. - I S ri Th-.'.M.. . 50
Chronic Cof.'^H??????? ?> ? ? J ;;i: '????"s. M
pAllIi Y C Vv*
<n?o 'Mororeo) with above a* large vials and j
Mniiii.il of Diroi tion-i, . . ? : i 1? ??
Cnse (Monie-'o) of 81? Innre via..* ? ?' I ? ?" j
r>i>-TheKe ien?? ?lh s m e s. in ?>> Jho ;
rm? or single ???>* <?> ???V V*?.?f f"J
country, free of charge, o? receipt of
price. Address
Humr\^l^^0?loU,o Co., !
For sulo hy Oeiger it McGregor, Age.n'.s.
Deo 17_ +^ily
T. M. Wllkes, Attorney at Law,
AND United States Commissipm r for Cir?
cuit and District Courts for South Ca?
rolina. Oflloe over the Carolina National
Dank. Colombia, S. C. Dec 30
8. E. STRATT0N, TRIAL JUSTICE,
Office on Assembly street, between Lady and
Washington streets.
DEVOTES sapeoial attention to tho rontal
of houses, the collection of rents, and
j to those remedies pursued by civil action
; and proceedings, Deo 2S tlmo
Save Costs
ALL indebted, to the undesigned, bv noto
or account, must pay up before tho 1st
of Fobruary next, or aettlo with our attor
nsys. HOPE & GYLES.
Jan 9 _ _
Timothy Hay.
I (\ TONS priipo TIMOTHY HAY. for sale
k\J low, for cash. HOf;E A GYLES.
OL?MBIA, S. 0., FRIDAY M
Arrival of Immigrants.
PERSONS in nood of HELP?either
Farmers or ordinary Laborers?nan
obtain them on application to tho under?
signed, at the South Carolina Railroad Do
pot. EDtiAR FINGOKLiN.
Jan 14 S
Situation as Teacher Wanted.
AYOUNG GENTLEMAN, thoroughly
competent and experienced aa % teacher,
desires a SITUATION in a healthy, intelli?
gent part of the country. References given
if required. Address "A.,"
Jan fi tnfO?_Pomaiia. S. Cfg
WM. M. FINE'S
State Capitol Saloon.
THE best of WINES, LIQUORS,
'8EGA1IS, TORACOO, etc, con
Btantly on hand. Norfolk OYS
TEUS, in and out of tho shell. Give him a
call. Jan 10
Breakfast Strips and Hams.
-| f\i\l\ LB8. Extra BREAKFART
_L,V/U\ ' STRIPS. 3.000 lbB. Sugar-oured
11 A.MS, for sale low for cash.
Jan 3_HOPE & GYLE8.__
Feeding Oats.
prrvfV BUSHELS prime heavy OATS for
Ov/V sale low for oash.
I JaulO HOPE&OYLES.
HOMCBOPATHY.
DU.SCHLEY, nomccopathiat. roapcctfnlly
offers his services to the .citizens of Co?
lumbia. Cfllce oVer DuQin'a Book Store, op?
posite Columbia Hotel. Cfllce hours from 8
to 10 A. M , 2 to 4 and 7 to? P. M.
Dec 7 ItaooH
$50 Beward.
^ STOLKN from my stable, in Co
i^j-g- luniuia, on the night of tho 5th in
st int. a medium-sized sorrel IIORKE
ttEMn&MULE, with a whitu spot near tho
foro-top and one on the right aide
Jan 11 g_MAU?ARKT I P.WIN.
John E.Bacon, Attorney at Law,
loiw ilungc.
OFFICE formerly occujiied by Messrs.
Monteith A Bauskott. Jan'J
Dr3. Greene, Lindley & Bentley's
GREAT FAMILY MEDICINES
COMPOUND KXTIIACT CORVDAI.IS,
the great vogetable alterative for all
diseases arising from impure blood.
DU. GURfiNE1? PIT CUHK, for tho
euro of Epilepsy, Fits, Spaems, and convul?
sions of all kinds.
Medicated Honey, for Coughs, Colde,
Bronchitis, Croup, and all diseases of the
lunga and air passages.
Neuralgia Specific, a certain and speody
cure for Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Nervons
Uead-aohe, and all nervous paina.
Wabmli Valley Ague Cure. Contains
no Quinine. A moat positive remedy tor
Chills, Bilious Fever, and Congestions of
Liver and Spleen. Acts like a charm.
Prepared at the Lahoratorv, Charlotte, N.
C. For sale by W. C. FISHER.
Noy 20 jly_^ljimbia, S^C.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
(CAPITAL 81.000,000,)
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
THIS GUANO ia now so woll known in all
the Southern Slates, for its remarkable)
effects as an agency lor increasing the pro?
ducts of labor, as not to require special re?
commendation from us. Its use-for eight
years oast has established its character tor
roliable excellence. The larye fixed capital
Invested by the Company in this trade affords |
the Hurest guarantee of the continued excel?
lence ol this Guano. The supplies put into
market this season are. as heretofore, pre?
pared under the superintendence ot Dr. St.
Julian Uavenol, Chemist of the Company, at
Charleston, s. C. Heuec planters may rett
assured that its quality and composition is
precisely the same as thai heretofore sohl. |
J. N. ROUSJN, j
Selling Agent, Charleston. s. C. i
JOHN S. REMSE A CO.,
General Agents, Baltimore
Terms?143cabh; i'>:l lime, without hit" !
rest. j
To accommodate nlnntors, they cau ordei .
now and have until i -i of April to decide j
an to whether.they will take at lime or c?sli ]
price. When delivered from the factory by ?
the ear toad, no drayugo will he charged.
ACID PHOSPHATE. OUANO, BONE,
PLAST I II, Ac ,i;lwi;.. on hand, quality cua
rantei d. J. N. It ORSON.
OeeemhorSO J3mo
GOOD RULES.
Take Heinitsh's Blood aud Liver Pills. I
A PPLY yourself to business snd work!
1Y hard.
Save jonr oiiriiings and make i^oo?1 Invest*
mentis. Thn beat investment is good health I
and long hie.
I f you are si-rk. system deranged,
Take lleiiiitch's Qai en's Delight.
If yon have Peyer. Chills, flendaebe.
Take HcitiUsh'a Kina Chill Cure.
. a great sav-j
lug of money i
i'< in knowing |
what to buy j
?,-?i d where to
?bnvj Go lo
ilKINI I sirs
Doctor Shop.
A Hioglodoso
..fSTANLKVS
COUGH SV
N?HMBS m: I- Will cure
Coughs Colds, Hoarsi uct-s. and save jou
from Consumpliou.
The best place is always the cheapest.
Good advice, yonr brat ft lend when sick, la
ho who cures urn. All kinds of good MEDI?
CINES at 11 EIN FISH'S DRUGSTORE,
Sept 3d t Opposite PJIUCNIX Office.
Notioe.
Ot-kick Gnap.NviixE and Columbia R. R.,
Ooi.umma, f. C, August 2", 1873.
UN DE It a resolution of the Bourd of Direc?
tors, the Interest Coupons ot the State !
Guaranteed Bonds, and of auch other bonds
of this Company as are regularly recorded in !
tho ottico of tho Company, matured between
the 1st day of January, 1872. and 1st dav of
July. 1873, both inclusive, will bo funded in
Bonds having ton years to rnu, as provided
for in the Company's pronoaals to the pond
holders, of dato Augurt 11.1H73.
Holders of the above obligations are re?
quested to send in a statement of them toinis
olllco, to facilitate the exebango which it is
desired tocompleto without delay, aud enable
the noceaaary arrangements to bo mado for
the resumption of regular interost payments
on 1st Janua.y ensuing.
W. J.MAGRATII.
September 2 !u President
m
ORNING, JANUARY IG. 1874
Notice.
THE firm of WILLING (JAM A BLAIR hau
tliis day dissolved copartncrshiu, by
mutual consent. Business will bo carried on
by W. Mo. BLAIR A CO.. from this dato,
s rnoritr.u'H, January 12,1874.
Jan 14 :|
Dissolution.
mHE firm of J. B. GLABNEY A CO., cf|
I Monticollo. was dissolved, bv mutual
consent, on the 14lh September. 1873.
THOMAS BLAIR..
t&~ Cbarleaton Newa and Courier copy
three times, and eend bill to this office
Jan 14 :\
Postponement.
Tsasubeb'8 Office, Riculano County,
Columbia. H. O., January 14.1874.
BY authority of the Comptroller-General,
approved by hia Excellency tho Go- I
vi-rnor, the time for collecting the taxes of
1873, without tbo penalty, ia extended to the !
5ih February, 1874. O. H. BALDWIN,
Jan 14 _Treasurer Richland County.
Dissolution.
THE copartnorehip heretofore existing be- 1
twoen R. W Ii ARN and W. P. HiX, under |
the firm name of Wc am A Hix, id this day
dissolved, by tho death of Mr. Wearn. Those i
indebted to the firm will como forward and .
settlo at once.
Tho bnaincBB will borerfter bo conducted, |
at tho same place, by myself. A continua?
tion of Iho patronage of tho public id soli?
cited. By at t en Lion and po'iteuoss, wo bope
to givo satisfaction to our customers in every
Icane. W. P. HIX
Jan 13 G
ClQAR DEALERS
WHO wish to got ouly a few boxes at a i
time, or anv one wishing a single box 1
or Cigars, will find that a call at tho INDIAN
GIRL CIGAR 81 ORE will com nice Ho m
that tho expression among snickers, "The
Indian Girl, sells the host Cigars iur tho
money," is true; and. whilst property holders
threa'.en to complain to Congivis about
being so
HEAVILY TAXED
I they, too, should appeal to this maid to bo
relieved from the heavy charges they are. re?
quired to pay by those who do not mako a
special! y ot the tobacco bu liucsB. The Civil
Uichts bill now agitated
BY CONGRESS
aui that brand of Cigars, (pure Havana,)
three lor twenty-five cents, sold by the
' Queen of Luxury," aro the latest sensations
of the day; and as tho one is likely to go up
j iu gas, the other will go up in smoke. Bo
j call early, or you will bo too lato. Jan 14
favorable bI&?InDsT
to be had at tue
CALIFORNIA SEGAR STORE.
IMPORTED.
EA ESCKPCION HEINA VICTORIA.
Flor do Honry Clay Heina Victoria,
Flor de Cuba Reina Victoria,
Rosa do Santiago Regalia del Rev.
H. Upmattn, Oazadorcs,
Carvsjal Cabanas,
.Julian Alvr. Henry Clay,
Partigaa, Flor, Santiago Opra,
Mauio i Garci* Conchas.
DOMESTIC.
Of our own make:
Goldeu Eagle, Flor del Fumar,
La Eenanoia, La Palmetto, Pattigas.
Yours TruL, Royal Family,
Silver Lake Mino is Good,
Challenge. I Guess Not,
Pleasure Garden. Jan 14 |
For the New Year, I am resolved to
make new and increasing efforts to
meet the trying requirements of the
times. Whilst keeping a tall stock
and continually opening up Fresh
Goons, my expenses are t,o much less!
than the other dry goods hr.nses, that j
you can save mcney, save lime, and
srtv^ patience, by dealing at my store.;
* C. F. JACKSON,
"ihe Leader oi Low Prices.'
lall Ii
NEW PUBLICATIONS
At Bryan's Bookstore.
MP.MOlttS OK MANY MEN AND ROME
WOMEN. By MaunsellB. ri- ld. ti '.
itoulbruci's Gospel id the Childhood. *1 2.1.
Mrs. Baecher's House-keeper and Health*
keeper, f I 50.
John Stuart Mill'-* Anil hi (graph \. i J C.*?. ,
Science and Religion. Uy Prot. Joaet.-ti ;
Lei'onto, fl 50
Tho Atmosphere, with beautiful chromol
plates, llj Cimillu Flatuarion. It>
Crocked Places?A Novel. By Edward
Garrett.
Nancy A Novel. By Author of "Red as a j
Rote " 75 cents. I
Jos? ph iho Jew ? A Novel. 5l) ci Uls.
;Jf? at Lad) -A Goiiuur. Novel. 73coiits. j
And other now books. IU c 30
Lumber and Laths.
HAYING a Inrg. quantity of UUJLDING
LUMttER ami i.AillS on hand, per.
I sons wanting the same r.tn be supplied, at
I short police, orde rs lelt nt my KeH le nee
Ion Mr.in street, near the lirtw (iOVeiiiieeni
Pool Cilice, oi sent t>y mail, will tu.? t prompt
attention. Terms cash.
Novit". S?>" w LOWRV.
To Rent or for Sale
THE HOUSE.iu tho comer of Lady |
and Assembly Streetz. Possession
given immediately. Applv to i
Dec 10 It. A W>C SWAFFIEL1).
Just Received,
c> AN oxtra fine lot of Kentucky
^WA MULES and HORSES, some of which
ftlLiiJyi Ut 11 ^roko. they may bo seen
at Uu*rlos Logan's Stables, eorn-r Senate
and Assembly streets.
Novl2 W. S. A L. TAi.BOTT.
Mills House Stables.
tfa. JUST rece ived at the above 8ta- I
Hffltt Ides, twr ntv head fine KENTUCKY
?V.yT-MlTI.EM most or which arc well
broku Will bo sold cheap for cash,
'.opt 13 J. N. LONG. Agent.
Bad Weather, Bad.Coughs, Bad Colds
STANLEY'S celebrated COUOH BY**.UP
will cure Coughs, Colds. Asthma, Con?
sumption. It is t lie remedy, without any ex?
ception. Stanley will -av co. (lit it m.|\ at
HEINITSH'S Cheap Drug Store Nov IS i
(ENIX
Event."
VOL. IX?NO. 2g4
For Sale,
FUBNITUBE and LEABE, with the good
will, ol the FOUNTAIN HOTEL. Cam
dou etroot, near tho Baltimore and Ohio
Bailroad Depot, Baltimore, Maryland. In
conn cqucnco of an aflliption, arising from his
lato sickness, the undersigned has concluded
to dispose of his interest in this desirable
and convenient house. This house is pro?
verbial for good order, cleanliness, good
table and polite attention. It is in guodcon
dition, thoroughly and well furnished, equal
to any similar bouse in the country, water
conveniences and gas upon every floor.
This house has a capacity to accommodate
250 gueats. There baa been expended within
the last twelve months $2.000 in carpeting,
papering, painting, Ac. The bar and billiard
room (two tables) and barber-shop have been
thoroughly renovated.
The reputation and business of this bouse
is nu tho increase and a prospect for a large
spring trade. A rare opportunity offers to
any man of enterpriae, and terms reasonable.
For further particulara address or apply te
Jan 11 9t B. 8HABE. Proprietor.
A CARD.
Change of Rase?Gone to the Front.
THE subscriber BCBpcctfully informs hie
fiiends and patrons, that he has remover!
from tho corner of Assembly and Plait
strcots to tho brick store immediately oppo
site the New City Hall, Main atreet, and re?
turns bis grateful thanks for the liberal pa?
tronage received wbilo holding forth at tin
memorablo old ration bouse of February,
18G3; and hopes, by attention, perseverance
and promptness, to merit a continuance ol
that confidence heretofore reposed.
Ho will bo ploascd to receivo consignments
of any and cvory kind of Merchandise, Pro?
visions and Heal Estate, for either private oi
public sale.
Will also attend to the renting of dwell?
ings, collection of rents, Ac. His charger
shall he satisfactory to all.
JACOB LEVIN, Geuoral Auction
Jan 1 tC And Commission Merchant.
MASONIC FEMALE COLLEGE,
COKESBCRY, AlinKVILLK, S. C.
. cuanTKBEU 1853.
TWENTY-FIBHT annual ses
tesion opens WEDNESDAY. 21st ol
(January, 1674; closes last Wednes?
day in October.
Expenses for torm of fort;
Primary Department, $25; Academic
Department. $35; Collegiate Department
$50; Music, $40; Board, $12 to $15 per month.
French and Latin free. For oiroulars applj
to W. OHBI8TIE BENET,
Dec 11 i.} tl f Principal.
$100,000
IN
FOR
CLOTHING
Wits,
GESTS' FIRSlSniXG GOODS,
Si
BOUGHT since the great decline, and we
ate selling tin m at the very lowest
price* for cash. We intend to give, our cus?
tomers tho advantage of the LOW PRICKS.
Come and nee our stock. We consider it a
compliment for persons to call and sen our
goods KIN A BD ,1 WILEY.
CLOTHING ! DRY GOODS !
i;kmv Kt itMSHtvr; goods:
LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS.'
fllHr. undersigned, equal to the wants ol
1 hi- Iriends and the public in general,
bus re-opened on Mam street, at the stand
lormerlv occupied bv John 0 Dial, with n
large and well-selefed st. cl> < I DBY GOODS.
CLu I ti I Mi an i OI Nlh" 1 UHNISHING
GOODS, which he i-tlcis at pi ices that def)
competition. Iiim i din:1} m.-:< itiug a sh.m
of the patron?u< liiOiinv > xt< nded lo him,
ho promt!"'* lud cutirlai'iii it in all that fa?
vor him will n call. H. GOODMAN
Oct >1
EMERSON'S
SINGING SCHOOL.
Fitter. ".ri Cxa , on ?7.50 F?ll Doz.
I- > t'OMPl.KIK, ( HKAl' AND UsHFIU. Hot K FOB
MNOINO SCHOOLS.
NOW is the t tine lo use it, as it has all the
material to make tho Winter Hinging
School uttractive md nsefnl in the highest
dogi i. . 15? L. O EMEltsON
System for Beginners
ON TUR
PIANO-FORTE.
BY MASON <fc llOADIiBV.
One cannot help liking this thorough, sys?
tematic method, the work of men eminent in
their profession and who have the important
qutlincHti'Mi of being experienced toaobera,
Konieuiber that the tlrst mouths of in.
i struct ion are. if there is an; distinction, tht
important ones. That is tho time to lay a
I good foundation. "A work well begun ii
I alroad.t half done." Prioo $3.
All book* sent, poit paid, on receipt of re
tail price.
OLIVER DITSON & CO., Boston.
?!HAM II DITHON k CO.,
Jmi 10 wa J,ll Broadway. Now York.
Ccme to See Him.
NOW is Urn time to get fresh CANDIES
such ?M Cream, Pinc-apple, Lemon
Boso, Kutter Scotch, Pop-corn, Ao.. as tb
Cv.NDY MV.N baa arrived, and pitched hi
tool on Washington street, a few doors fro
Mason in Hall, where be will raanufactnrc
Candy >>i" j.11 kinds on the spot. Jan 13 16'
V ??? f AMD'
WILL
Always be Found
AT THE
GRAND CENT RA I>
DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT
'CTSff. D. LOVE &. GO
WE would respectfully annonu.'? to our
patrons that, notwithstanding our
EXTENSIVE BALES during tho past month,
OUU SIOOK fa still COMPLETE in ?II the
DEPARTMENTS. New Goode received daily.
Onatomers are requested to examine our
CHOICE ASSORTMENT before purchasing,
as wo ALWAYS have a groat mauv GOOD8
needed in every family, at POPULAR
PRICES.
Preparatory to taking our yearly inven?
tory, we will diapose of a great ruauy Goods,
at VERY LOW PRICES, at the .
The Grand Central
i Dry Goods Establishment
of
WM. D. LOVE A CO.,
Under the Wheeler House.
1 WM. D.LOVB. Ii. B. MoUREERY.
I N. B.?CARPETS Belling very low to re?
duce atook. _ Jana
I Extraordinary
AND
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT I
a* tun
,' OF
> DRY GOODS
' AT AND
BELOW COSTIL
THE continued preaeure of bard tines
compels ns to make thia MOST ALARM
,ING SACRIFICE, but as wo must have
money, in order to pay our creditors, ft? will
(give tho public such an opportunity to sup
' ply their many wants aa they have -never be
toro had in tho history of this city.
I Useful pattcrna DRE8S GOODS at 12,15;
'20, 25 cents?worth double.
I SILK BALERNAS, BERLIN CORDS and/
EMPRESS CLOTHS. 37 cents?half price.
JAPANESE SILKS, 25 cents, (astounding
bargain,) 50 and 75 cents?way down.
81LK PONGEES. REPTARRAS, CASH
MERES, (all new shades,) 75 cents?worth,
fl 25.
FIGURED EPINGLES, (a beautiful North- ?
ern novelty,) 60 oenta?cost us 75.
A large fine of CLOAKS and JACKETS, w*
offer at 25 cents on tho dollar. ' '
A fnll assortment of FUR8, at scarcely
.Half New York prices.
Twenty boxe? or LINEN COLLARS and
CUFFS will bo sold at 5 and 10 cents?worth,
i(our times the money.
I House-furnishing Gooda, aUhonsh quit*
,staple, we have marked BELOW COST.
; They include a line line of LINEN DOYLIES,
at 60 cents and 51 00. Also, large Ma wei?es?
BED SPREADS, from ?1 50 up. a able and
Piano Covers, with' other upholstery essen?
tials, we will cloee out at, one-half their
original valuo.
I Oor entire stock of MILLINERY, R1B
IBONS, FLOWERS, LAOE8, Ac , will be of
jfered at such pricoa as cannot fail to effect a.
clearance.
We have only enumerated a few 'ending
{lines, but the whole Stock is offered without
any reserve whatever. Cash must be paid
'on delivery of goods; from this, there will b*
no deviation. Parcels shall bo delivered in
,the order in which they are bought.
All parlies owing us money must call an?'
settle, or we shall be compelled to resort to
lother measures.
Dec IB ; J.iH. KINABD &C(X
; CONGAREE IRON WORKS,
? OMUIBIA. S. C.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor.
MANUFACTU?
RE It OP STEAM
& ENGINES, SAW
AND GRIST
MILLS. Gin Gear-N
r^ing, and all kinds
?J9 ot Iron Caaliagts
tor M aaliinery
sod Ornamental
Ca stings foi
Stores und Dwell?
ing?, Pali nt Hollings fos Calden? and Ceme?
teries, Iro i Settees an<t At bor Chairs; also,
Uran* Castings n| sit kinds. Rolls fov
Churches, Schools, Woi k-sliope, Ac. Gua?
rantee nil my work first clats and i qual |3>
an v North or Puutb.
Works ut foi l oi Lady street, and near to
^onth Carolina and Greenville and Columbia
Ituilroad Compaides' Pt-pot*. N?v 18
MILLINERY.
First Pnzi Awarded nt Fair of 1873,
MRS. C. E REED has opened
tine assortment of Ladies',
Misses' and Child nn> BON
jNETS, Hals. Cups, Cloaks, Bed
? ingotes, Furs, Under-wear au?
llair of all descriptions; also-.
Mis. Moody's sod oi her ?tylet?
id Corsets. All of which will
be sold at reduced prioen Mrs.
Rted was awardeii the bighvrfr
premiums at the'State Fa is for the tea*.
I MiUtnerv. Oet 23^me
Jewelry! Jewelry! Jewelry!'
WM. GLAZE,
a T his new store, Main street, nearly op
A. posite the Central National Bank, han
i a large and beantitul stock of tine WAICH 18,
.?stein and key winders, from tbo beatrEn
, ropeau and American manufacturers, and of-*
ihls own importation, in gold and silver caaes.
? Elegant JEWELRY 1 An unrivaled asiort
,'rao?t juat received, and all the latest styles..
'sterling SILVER-WARE, in sets and cases.
Bridal Presents, and a very fins selection oi
elated-Ware, Gold Watch and Neck Chains,
J Lockets, elepant Seal, W< Idingand Engage?
ment Rings, large stock of Spectacles ann
iRve-Glasses, Cloeks, Musical Boxes, and ?
(great variety of Fancy Articles. My stock ia
jtbe largest and best selected in-tho Southern
country, and will be sold as cheap as tho
owni' article can be bought anywhoie.
Pel 24_
Family Flour.
,/sfyTl 100 URLS. Extra Family FLOUR.
HnWzstl 100 barrels low priced, but sound.
SMBI For sale by HOPE A OYLES

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