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The mortality of Broofca^tb? past"
yeas has been 81.8 ta-eaokmOOO of the
population. Thia beats ko?aon, whose
death irate ir 28.7 in 1,000. ' Defective
draihege fa represented to bo the cause
of this mortality in Brooklyn/ There
is uo aubjeot more important to cities
than that of drainage.
The total number of deaths in New
York daring 1873, is slightly over 29,
000. This is -8,600 leBS than the mor?
tality of last year, tbe deorense being
chiefly due to the lose, fatal oharaoter of
the diarrheel diseases of the heated
term. Assuming that the average popu?
lation of New York for the year is
l 1,000,000, the death rate is equal to 29
per 1,000 per annum.
The Hartford subscription book busi?
ness is on the decline. Oat of 12,000
agents who were Belling new books the
majority are out of employment, and in?
stead ' of the expected sale of 200,000
copies this season, the: total sales have
only teaohed about 60,000.
Daniel Whitmore has fallen heir to a
fortune in England amounting to
$i,0O?,??0. Whitmore says ha intends
to demand the whole 91,000,000 and
not a whit leas. .
Tbs. Japan Afhtf says that the young
Japaneso who have been educated in
Europa or America put on tremendous
airs when they return home. ~
Santa Cruz, Oal., claims the oldest
man. on earth. He is a' Christianized
Indian, named Justinian d'Boxas, and
is said to u? 121 years old.
A Chicago M. D. wbb presented with
a silver-mounted skeleton as a New
Year's present, ^
GRAND TABLEAUX VIVANTS,
ih. win's HAIdC.,
Monday evening, January 19, 1874,
for the benefit of the South Carolina
Monumental Association. Admission
to the hall, fifty cents. Programmes to
be obtained at the door.
Refreshments served during the even?
ing?price of articles on the bill of fare.
for Bale,
FUBNITUBE and LEASE, with the goad
WiU, of the FOUNTAIN HOTEL. Gam
den street, near the Baltimore, and Ohio
Bailroad Depot, Baltimore, Maryland. In
cons equonco of an affliction, arising from his
late sickness, the undersigned has concluded
to dispose of his interest in this desirable
and convenient house. This honse is pro?
verbial for good order, cleanliness, good
table and polite attention. It is in goodcon?
dition, thoroughly and woll furnished, equal
to any similar house in the country, water
conveniences and gas upon every floor.
This house has a oapaoity to accommodate
250 guests. There has been expeuded within
the Ian 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 honse
is ou the inorewo and a prospeot for a large
spring trade. A rare opportunity offers to
any man of enterprise, and terms reasonable.
For further particulars address or apply te
Jan 11 9f B. SHARE, Proprietor.
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad Company;
Columbia.'fl. <j., December 30,1873.
THE' COUPONS on Bonds of this Com.
. pany, duo on tho drat of January, 1871,
will be paid at the Central National Bank, in
thia city, or at the Banking House of M. E.
Jeaup A Co., in New York, or at First Na?
tional Bank of Charlotte, N. O., or at the
' Banking Hqucq of John J, Cohen A Sons, in
Augusta, Oa.
Deo 30 ||4t Oi BOOKNIGHT, Treasuror.
T. M. Wilkes, Attorney at Law, ?
AND United States Commissioner for Cir?
cuit and District Courts for South Ca?
rolina. Office over tho Carolina National
Bank, Colombia, 8.0. Dec 30
IUI pflpp!
THE D
BY J. A. SBLBY. CO:
Special N oticTeB.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Happy Relief for Young Men from the
effects of errors and abuiee in early lifo.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar?
riage removed. New method of treatment.
Now and remarkable romodies. BookB and
Circulars sent free, in ecalod envclopos. Ad?
dress HOWABD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Fa.?an institu?
tion having a high reputation for honorable
oondnot and professional skill. Oot 30 8mo
M> THS MILD POWER fjg
?CURES*
HUMPHltETS'
HOMEOFA TLlie SPECIFICS
HAYS PROVED, FROM THE MOST
ample experience, an en tiro success. Simple,
1'n>mpt, Efficient andBeliable. They aro tho only
xnedicuies perfectly adapted to popular use?so
simplo that mistakes cannot bo made in tiling
them; so harmless as to bo freo from duntrer; anil
eo efficient as tobe always reliable Thoy nave tho
highest commendation from all, and -will always
render satisfaction, Price, in largo throe-drm.-lnn
vials, with directions:
Nos. Cures. Ccnts
1. Fevers, Congestion, Inflammations, . . 50
2. Worms, "Worm Fever, "Worm Colic, . . 50
3. CryliiK-Collc, or Toe tiling of Infants, . 50
4. Diarrhoea, of Children or Adult*, . . 50
5. Dysentery. Oriplng, Bilious Colic, . . 50
C. Cholero-Aforbus, Vomiting', . . . *. 50
7. Coughs* Colds, Bronchitis, ..... 60
8. rv'eurnluln, Toothache, Faceachc, ... 50
0. Headaches, Sick Headache, Vertigo, . ?0
10. Dyspepsia, Bilious Stomach, .... 50
11. Nm>prcssca?or Painful Periods, ... 50
12- Whites, too Profuse Periods, .... 50
18. Croup, Cough, Difficult Breathing, . . 60
Salt Itheum, Erysipolos, Eruptions, . 50
*5- Khcumattsm, Rheumatic P?in?_ . . . 50
IC. Fever and Agu?i Chill Fever, Agues, 50
I'? Piles, blind or bleeding.'50
18. Opnthalmy,SJid Bore or Weak Eyes, . 50
19. Catarrh, Acuto or Chronic Influenza, . 60
20. Whooplxtar-Cough, Violent Coughs, . ?0
21. Asthma, Oppressed Breathing, ... 60
22. Ear Discharges, Impaired Ilcnrinp, . 50
23. Scrofula, Enlarged Ulands, Swelling, . 60
21. Clenerol Debility, Physical Weakness, . M
25. Dropsy and Scanty Secretions, .... .'0
2G. Bea-Slckness, Sickness from Riding, . 60
27. Klduey-Dlseaae, Gravel,.53
28. Nervous Debility. Bominal Weukne*..,
or Involnntnry Discharges.100
10. Sore Rlonth, Canker, . . . . . . 50
SO Urinary Weakness, Wetting tho Bed, 50
81. Painful Periods, with Bpusms, . . 50
S3. Suffering* lit Change of I.lfc, . . . .100
.13. EpUepsey, Kpn-ms, St. > iturf Dance, . 100
34. Diphtheria. h.vmte.1 Sore.Throat,. . 50
35. Chronic Congestions nnd Eruptiono, 50 i
FAMILY CASIN.
Case (Morocco) with abovo 33 large vlataand
Manual of Directions, . . .?_ t *2S
Case (Morocco) of 20 largo vials und ItooV, 6 00
KT'Thece remedies oro sent by the
case or single box to any part of the
country, free of charge, on receipt of
price. Address
"^fiSK^x?Riteedlcine Co.,
Office und Depot, No. 662 BnnxDWAY, New Yohk.
For Sale by all Druggists.
For aale by Qeigor A McGregor, Agents.
Deo 17_i^ly
Lumbar and Laths.
HATING a large quantity of BUILDING
LUMBER and DA.TH8 on hand, per?
sons wanting tho aamo can bo supplied, at
short notice. Orders left at my Residence
on Main street, near the new Government
Post Oflico, or sent by mail, will moet prompt
attentiou. Terms cash.
Nov2G gmo_ W.LOWRY.
City Money.
f^\f\f\ CITY MONEY for nalo at
f^)^la\J\J\J a disoount. Thoso bav?
ins city tares to pay will roduce thoir taxes
by galling on tho undersigned, and exohaiiR
ing their groenbaoks for oity bills at a dis?
count. JOHN AGNEW A SON.
THE CELEBRATED FERTILIZERS
FOR
Corn, Cotton, Wheat and Tobacco,
PHOENIX^GUANO !
A Natural Bird Guano, from Phoenix Island,
WDM, CM & fl/i lillFIUTU (RH!
THESE celebrated FERTILIZERS aro too favorably known by the planters of Ibis
State to require comment. Those who have used thorn know bow to appreciate their
value; those wac have not as yet, will find, on fair trial, that their liberal uho will pay ou
preBont oropB, besides being of future benefit to their lands.
JFor farther information, apply to SEIDELS A EZELL, Agents,
Jan 16 t May 1 ' Columbia, S. G.
1? My Finn m w MM.
WITH thanks for the very liberal patronage that I am receiving, aad the assurance thai
all who may favor me with their orders will b<3 pleased, both with the quality and
price of goods, I submit the prices of a tow of the leading articles an a comparison:
Finos Old Mollotv Monogram WHISKEY, $6 per gallon.
Finest Old Mellow Wheat WHISKEY, $5 per gallon.
Old Mellow Rourbon WHISKEY, *4 per gallon.
Mountain Corn WHISKEY, U per gallon.
Finest Holland GIN, $8 per gallon.
Finest Jamaica RUM, 18 nor gallon.
BRANDY, ?16 to ?20 per gallon.
O SUGAR, 11 coma per pound per barrel; llj cents retail.
Ex. O Sugar, 11 conta per pound per barrel; 12 cents retail.
A Sugar. 11J ooiits.per pound per barrel; retail 12} cents per pound.
Crushed Sugar, 12 cents per pound per barrel.
F. A. Ferris A Co.'s New Sugar-curod HAMS, 15 cents.
CHEESE, 18 cents by box; 25 cents retail.
Finost Goshen BUTTER, 45 cents per pound.
Finest Monutain Butter, 30 cents per pound.
BACON. SHOULDERS, 8J cents per pound.
Baoon, Olear Rib, 0 cents and 9} centa per pound.
Family FLOUR. $10 per barrel.
Extra Flour, selected Wheat, til per barrel.
Now Crop Now Orloans SYRUP, 90 cents per gallon.
MOLASSES. 33 cents per gallon.
A faR lino of Tyler Brothers'CAKES, CRACKERS and BISCUITS, sold from 7 cents per
pound to 14 cents per pound.
A fall lino of Peak, Frcan A Co.'s celebrated LONDON BI8CUI18.
Atmore's oolobrated MINCE MEAT.
BOUSED PIG'S FEET.
New BEEP TONGUES.
SMOKED BEEF.
Fulton Market BEE"1.
New CRACKED WHEAT, new Codfiah, Finnin Haddios.
OANNED GOODS, of tbo choicest brands, in endless variety.
FRUITS, NUTS, Ac., Ac, Ac, Src.
HARDY SOLOMON.
Jan 14
'Let our Just Censure
LiUMBIA, S. C, SATURDAY 3
ASituation ad Teacher Wanted.
YOUNG GENTLEMAN, thoroughly
competent and experienced as a teacher,
dcairea a SITUATION in a healthy, intelli?
gent part of the country. References given
if required. Address "A.,
Jan G tute?_romaria. B. C.qg
WM. M FINE'S
State Capitol Saloon.
(F^l/TS THE beat of WINES, LIQUORS,
^gkUf/SEOARS, TOBACCO, etc., con
^SXSP atautly on band. Norfolk OYS-I
TEIiS, in and out of the shell. Give him a |
call._Jau 10
Breakfast Strips and Hams.
?1 AAil LBB. Extra BREAKFAS'
A,\JvAJ STRIPS, 3,000 lbB. Sugar-oured
HAMS, for aale low for caah.
Jan 3 HOPE A GYLES.
Feeding Oats.
KOfHl BUSHELS prime heavy OATS for j
fJUU aalo low for cash.
Jan 10_HOPE A GYLES.
HOBKEOPATHY.
DR. SOHLEY, Hommopathiat, reapeotfully I
ofTera hie Borvicea to the Citizen? of Co-|
lumbia. Oflico ovor Dufllo'a Book Store, op?
posite Columbia Hotel. OfQco hours from 8 I
to 10 A. M., 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P. M.
Deo 7 3mos
$50 Beward.
^ STOLEN from my stable, in Co
?feaaxfe hiinbia, on tbo night of the 5th in
staut, a medium-sized sorrel HORSE I
Ulifli MULE, with a wbito spot near tbo |
fore-top and ouo on tho right side.
Jan 11 C_MARGARET IRWIN.
John E.Bacon, Attorney at Law,
Law Itnnge.
FFICE formerly occupied by Meesre.
Monteith A Bauskett. Jan ?
O
GOOD RULES.
Take Heiuitsh's Blood and Liver Fills. I
APPLY youraclf to business and work]
hard.
Save your earnings and make good invest-1
merit 8. The host investment ia good health [
ana long life.
If you are siok, system deranged,
Tako Heiniteh'a Queen's Delight.
If vou have Fever, Chills, Headache,
Take Heinitsb's Kina Chill Care.
A great sav?
ing of money
is in knowing
what to buy
(and where to
buy. Go to
HEINITBH'S
Doctor Shop.
A single dose I
of STANLEY'S |
COUGH SY?
RUP will cure
Coughs- Colds, Hoarseness, and save you
from Coneumption.
The beat place is always tho cheapest.
Good advice, yonr beat friend when sick, ia 1
ho who eures von. All kinds of good MEDI?
CINES at HEINITBH'S DRUG STORE,
Sept 30 i Opposite Puot.kix Office.
Notice.
Office Greei.-vii.le ano CoLtrsiniA R. R.,
Coi.uuiua, S. C, August 29,1873.
UNDER a resolution of tho Board of Direc?
tor a, the Interest Coupons of tbo State
Guaranteed Bonds, and of such other Roods
I of this Company as aro regularly recorded in
the oflico of tho Company, matured between
the 1st day of January, 1S72, and 1st day of
July, 1873, both inclusive, will bo funded in
Bonds having ten years tu ran, as provided
for in tho Company's prouoaals to tbo Bond?
holders, of date Aucnrt 11. 1873.
Holders of tbo above obligations aro re?
quested to send in a statement of them to this
office, to facilitate the exchango which it is
desired to complete without delay, and enablo
tho necessary arrangements to bo made for
the resumption of regular intcrost payments
on 1st Januarv ensuing.
W. J. MAGRATH,
8eptcmbor2tu President.
MASONIC FEMALE COLLEGE,
COKESUUKY, ABUF.V1LLE, S. C.
CIIAUTEtlEU 1853.
TWENTY-FIRST annual ses?
sion opens WEDNESDAY. 21stof
January, 1874; cloeeslast Wednes?
day in October.
ExpeusiH for term of forty
mary Department; {25; Academic
Department, $35; Collegiate Department,
$50; Muiic, $40; Board, $12 to *15 per month.
French and Latin free. Eor circulars applv
to W. CHRISTIE BEN ET,
Dec 11 lift If Principal.
King's Mountain Military School,
YOUKVILLIP, S. C.
THIS Institution is fully sup?
plied with arms and all necessary
?oieutitle apparatus; and the re?
cent extension ol the course of
Studien place? it in tho front rank
of Southern Educational Institu?
tion?. The first session cd the School Year
of 1871. will begin on the 2d or I EBRUARY.
Apply for Catalogue containing full particu?
lars. COL. A. COWARD;
Dec 4*25 Principal.
Just Received,
lfc^_ AN extra line lot of Kentucky
*?3a MULES and l!OR>ES. m>iu? of which
gfeXjgg^irc w< 11 broke, Tin y may he seen
j at Unartes Logan's Stables, Coruar Seuatu
' and Asf? mblv (.(rcets.
Nov 12 W. M A L. TA .BOTT.
Notice.
GkKK.NVM.I.E ?>'!> Coi.vs!!'!* BAtl noAP Co.,
TnHAHutu it's Offiob,
Columbia, S. (!.. January 1,1874
OLDERS 61 the STATE GUARANTEED
BONDS and the admitted SECOND
2di MOR I GAGE BONDS of this Company,
who have funded the past due Coupons of
said Bonds, matured between Januarv, eight
eon bundled and Beventytwo, (1?72,) and
July, eighteen hundred and seventv-tbroe,
(1873.) both i. elusive, aro notified that
the January, eighteen hnmlred and sevonty
four, Coupons of said Roods, and, also, those
of the funded Interest Bonds and Certifi?
cates, will bn paid on presentation at this
office on tho FIFTEENTH (151 Ii) INHT.
GEO. W. WATERMAN,
Jan 1 ? Treasurer.
Sav.. Costs
ALT. indented to the undesigned, bv note
or account, mu.-t pay op boforo the 1st
of February next, or Bettlo with our attor?
neys. HOPE A GYLES.
Jan 9 _
Timothy Hay.
TONS prime 11 MOTH Y HAY. for Bale
low, for ca?' HOPE A GYLES.
10
Attend the True
fORNING, JANUARY 17, 18^
CIGAR DEALERS
WHO wish to get only a fow boxea at a
timo, or anyono wishing a single box
of Cigars, will Und that a call at tbo INDIAN
GIRL CIGAR HTORE will convinco them
that the expresMon among emokera, "Tho
Indian Girl eolla the best Cigars for tho
money," is truo; and, whilstproperty holders I
tbrea'en to complain to Congress about
beiog so
HEAVILY TAXED
they, too, should appeal to this maid to bo
relieved from the heavy cbargos they are re?
quired to pay by those who do not mako a
speoialty of tho tobacco business. Tho Civil j
Rights bill now agitated
BY CONGRESS
and that brand of Cigars, (puro Havana,)
throe for twenty-flvo cent?, sold by the
"Queen of Luxury," aro the latest sensations
of tho day; and as tho ono is likely to go up 1
in gas, tho other will go up in emoke. Ho
oall early, or yon will bo too late. Jan 14
FAVORABLE BRANDS
TO BE HAD AT TUE
CALIFORNIA SEGAR STORE.
IMPORTED.
LA ESCEPCION REINA VICTORIA,
Flor do Henry Clay Reina Victoria,
Flor do Cuba Reina Victoria,
Rosa do Santiago Regalia del Rcy,
IT. Upmann, Cazadores,
Carvajal Cabanas,
Julian Alvr, Henry Clay,
Partigas, Flor, Santiago Opra,
Manuel Garcia Conchas.
DOMESTIC
Of our own make:
Golden Eaglo, Flor del Fumar,
La Espanola, La Palmetto, Partigae,
Yours Truly, Royal Family,
Silver Lako, Mino is Good,
Challenge, I Guess Not,
Plcaeuro 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 lull stock
and continually opening up Fresh
Goods, my expenses are so mnoh less
than the other dry goods houses, that
you can save money, save time, and
save patience, by dealing at my store.
C. F. JACKSON,
"The Leader of Low Prices."
Jan G_
NEW PUBLICATIONS
At Bryan's Bookstore.
MEMOIRS OF MANY MEN AND SOME j
WOMEN. By MaunsellB. Field. $2.
Goulbrum's Goenel of tho Childhood. $1.25.
Mrs. Beecher's House-keeper aud Health
keeper. $1.50.
John Stuart Mill's Antcbiograph}. $2.95,
Science ami Religion. By Prof. Joseph
LoConto. $1.50.
Tho Atmosphere, with beautiful chromo
platua. By Camillo Flamarion. (0.
Crooked Places?A Novel. By Edward
Garrett.
Nancy?A Novel. By Author of "Bed an a
Rose." 75 cents.
Joseph the Jew?A Novel. 50 cents.
A Great Lady?A Gorman Novel. 75 cents.
And other t:w books. Dec 30
To Rent or for Sale
THE HOUSE on tho corner of Lady
and Aesynibly street*. Possession
given immediately. Apply to
Dec 10 _ It. A W. C. BW'AFFIELD.
Bad Weather, BadiCoughs, Bad Colds.
STANLEY'S celebrated COUOH SYRUP
will cure Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Con?
sumption. It is tho remedy, without any ex?
ception. Stanley will say bo. Get it onlv at
HEINITSH'H Cheap Drug KtoTQ. Nov 18"r
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
.CAPITAL SI.OOO.OUO,)
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
fTUIIS GUANO is now so well known in all
JL ttic Southern Slates, for itt remarkable
etVucts as an agency for increasing the pro?
ducts of labor, as not to re quire special re?
commendation from im. Its use for eight
years past iiaa established its character lor
reliable, excellence. Tho largo ilxcd capital
invested by tho Company in this trade affords
the surest gnarantee of the continued excel?
lence of tins Guauo. Tho supplies put into
maiket this season are. as heretofore, pre
Jared under I ho superintendence of Dr. St.
ulian iiavencl, Clumist of tho Company, at
Charlebtr-u, S. C. Hence planters may rest
assured that its (|iiality and composition is
precisely the same ae that heretofore sold.
J. N. ROBSJN,
Selling Agfut, Charleston. H. C.
JOHN S. REESE A CO.,
General Agents, Raltimore.
Terms ?$48 cash; $53 time, without inte
rest.
To accommodate planter*, they can order
now and Lave until 1st of April to decide
as to whether they will take at time or cash
prico. When delivered from the factory by
the car load, no dravagu will bo charged.
ACID PHOSPHATE. GUANO, BONE,
PLASTER, Ac. alwavs (in hand, quality gua?
ranteed. J. N.ROBSON.
Docomher20 }3mo
Dra. Greene, Lindley & JBentley's
GREAT FAMILY MEDICINES
ea.OMPuUSD EXT K ACT CORYDAI.IS,
j tho gicat vegetable alterative for all
diseases arising from impure blood.
DU. ORBBSE'S PIT CI^IE, for the
cure of Epilepsy, Fits. Bposme, and convul?
sions of all kinds.
Medicated Honey, fur Coughs, Cclds,
Bronchitis, Croup, and all diseases of the
Inngo and air passages.
Neuralgia Specific, a certain aud speedy
oure for Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Nervous
Head-ache, aud all nervous pains.
Wabaih Valley Ague Cure. Contains
no Qninine. A most positive remedy for
Chills, Bilions Fever, and Congestions of
Liver and HpUen. Acts like a chnrut.
Prepared at the Laboratory, Charlotte, N.
! C. For sale bv W. C. FISHER,
Nov 20 ily * Columbia. S. O.
Mills House Stables.
1 tfa. JUST received at the above Sta
; blcs, twenty head fioo KENTUCKY
I (o?Uw?UMh"I.l?9. most ol which are well
! uroku. Will be sold cheap for cash.
' '.'opt 13 J. N. LONG, Agetit.
Event.
iL VOL. IX?NO. 2^5.
$100,000
IN
for
CLOTHING
GENTS' FURN1SD1N6 GOODS,
BOUGHT Hinco tho great decline, and we
arc boiling them at the very lowest
prican for caBh. We intend to give oar cue
tomore tho advantage of the LOW PRICES.
Come and boo onr Btook. We consider it a
compliment fur persons to call and see oar
goods_KINARD A WILEY.
CLOTHING ! DRY Q00D3 !
GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS! '
LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS I
THE nndersigned, equal to the wants of
his friends and the public in general.;
has re-opened on Main street, at the stand1
formerly occupied by John O. Dial, with a
large and woll-selccted stock of DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING and GENTS' FURNISHING
GOODS, which ho offers at prices that defy
competition. Respectfully soliciting a share
of tho patronage hitherto extended to him,
bo promises lull satisfaction to all that fa?
vor him with a call. H. GOODMAN.
Oct 22_
EMER80N'S~
SINGING SCHOOL.
Puice 75 Cts., or $7.50 Per Doe.
Is a Complete, Cheap atto Useful Booe for
Sinoino Schools.
NOW is tho time to nee it, as it has all the
material to mako the Winter Singing
School attractive, end useful in the highest
degree. By L. O- EMERSON.
System for Beginners
oh tub
PIANO-FORTE.
BY MASON Si 1IOADLEV.
Ono cannot help liking this thorough, sys?
tematic method, the work of men eminent in
their profession and who bavo tho important
qualification of being experienced teachers.
Remember that tho lust months of in?
struction aro, if there is any distinction,the
important ones. That Is tho time to lay a
good toundation. "A work well begun is
already half done." Price $3.
All booki sent, post paid, on receipt of re?
tail price.
OLIVER DITSON A CO., Boston. ?
OHAS. U DITSON A CO,,
Jan 10 ws 711 Rruadwav, Now York.
Fourth Grand Gift Concert,
for tue benefit of the
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
OVER $100,000 In Rank! Success aaanred!
A fnll drawing certain on TUESDAY, the
31st of March next. In order to meet the
general wish and expectation of tho public
and tbo ticket-bolder^, for the full payment
of tho magnificent gilts, announced' f?r the
Fourth Grand Gift Concert of the Pnbho li?
brary of Kentucky, tho management bavo de?
termined to postpone tho Concert and Draw?
ing until Tuesday, the 31st of March, 1874
They have already realized over $1,000,000,
ami have a great manyagents yet to heat
from. No doubt is outertained of the sale ol
every ticket beforu tho drawing, bat wuethot
all are sold or not, the Concert aud Drawing
will positively and unequivocally take place
on t he day now fixed, and if any remain un?
sold they will bu canceled and tho prize*
will be reduced in proportion to tho unsold
Only t;0,C00 tickets have 1 een it.med and
13.000 CASH GIFTS,
$1,500,000,
Will bo distributed among ticket-holders.
The tickets are printed in coupons of tenths,
and all fractional parta will ho represented
in the drawing just aa whole, tickets are.
LIST OP GIFTS.
1 Grand Cash Gift.$253,00C
1 Grand Cash Gilt. 100.04HJ
1 Grand Cash Gift. 50.01X1
1 Graud Cash Gift. 25 00C
1 Grand Cash Gift. 17.00C
10 Cash Gifts, $10,0.10 each. 100 (XXI
30 Cash Gifts, 5,000 euch. 180,000
50 Cash Gifts, 1,000 each. 50,000
80 Cash Gills, 500 each. 40,000
100 C.ish Gifts, 400 each. 40 OuO
ISO ('ash Gifts, 300 each. 45,000
250 Cash Gifts. 200 eaell. 50.001
325 Cash Gifts, 100 each. 32.500
11,000 Cash (lifts, 50 eaeb.550,000
Total 12 000 Gifts, all caab,
amounting to .fl.500.CO0
The chances for a gift aro aa ono to five.
PRICK. OF TICKBTI.
Whole, tickets. $50; halves, $25; tenths, or
each coupon, $5: oleven whole tickets for
$300; 22.} tickets for $1,000; 113 whole ticket*
for $5,000; 227 whole tickets for $10.000. Nc
discount on less than $500 worth ot tickets.
The Fourth Gift Concert will bo conducted,
in all respects, jiko the three which havt
already been given, and fall particalare ma]
bo learned from circulars, which will be eenl
free from this offioo to all who apply foi
them.
Orders for tickets and applications foi
agoncios will bo attended to in the order the}
aro received, and it ia hoped they will b<
I sent iu promptly, that there may bo no die
1 appointment or delay in filling all. Liberal
! terms given to those who buy to sell again,
i Ml agents are peremptorily required tOSOttU
I up their accounts and return all unsold
i tickets by (he 20th day of March.
THOS. E. RRAMLE'f TE,
Agent Public Library Kentucky and Mana
> ger Gift Concert, Public Library Building,
lx.ttieviile, Kentucky. Decl7wl
amd
wim, #
Always be Found
! at thu
?BAND CENTRAL
DRY ' GOODS ESTABLISHMENT
i 'oir.c,,...... ,.. c . U- ?
WM. B. LOVE fc CO.
V7l7"E would rospeatfally nnnonuco to onr
VV patrons that, notwithstanding our
EXTENSIVE BALES during the paBt month,
ODE 8TOOK 1b Btiil COMPLETE in all tho
DEPARTMENTS. New Goods roceived daily.
Customers are requested to examine oar
CHOICE ASSORTMENT before purchasing",
aa we ALWAYS have a great manv GOODS
needed in every family, at POPULAR
PRICES. ........
Preparatory to taking onr yearly invon
tory^we will dispose of -a great many Goods,
at V?iRY LO>v FRIGES, at the .
The Grand Central
Dry Goods Establishment
OF
WM. D. LOVE & CO.,
Under tho Wheeler Houbo.
WM. D. LOVE. B. B. HcQREBRY.
N. B.?CARPETS selling very low to re?
duce stock. Jan 4
Extraordinary
AND
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT!
n
OP
DRY GOODS
AT AND
BELOW COST!!
THE continued proaanre of hard times
compels us to make this MOBT ALARM?
ING SACRIFICE, bat aa we must have
money, in order to pay onr creditors, we will
give the pnblio each an opportunity to sup?
ply their many wants aa they have never be
loro had in the history of this city.
Useful patterns DREBB GOODS at 12,15,
20, 25 cents?worth double.
BILK BALERNAS, BERLIN OOBDS and
EMPRE8B CLOTHS, 37 cents?half price.
JAPANESE BILKS, 25 cents, (astounding
bargain,) 60 and 75 cents?way down.
SILK PONGEES. REPTARRAS. CASH
MERES, (aU new shades,) 75 cents?worth
$1.25.
FIGURED EPINGLE8, (a beautiful North?
ern novelty,) 60 conts?cost ns 75.
A large lino of CLOAKS aad JACKETS, wo
offer at 25 cents on tho dollar.
A full assortment of FURS, at scarcely ,'
half New York prices.
Twenty boxes of LINEN COLLARS and
CUFFS will be aold at 6 and 10 oenta?worth
four times the money.
House-furnishing Goods, although qnito
'?staple, we have marked BELOW COST.
iThoy include a fine line of LINEN DOYLIES,
jat 00 centa and ?1 00. Also, largo Marseille*
BED SPREADS, from $1.50 up. 'aable and
1 Piano Covers, with other upholstery easeh
(tials, we will olote oat at one-half /their
original value.
i Our entiro stock or MILLINERY, RIB?
BONS, FLOWERS, LACEB, Ac, will b* of?
fered at such prices as oannot fail to t fleet a
'clearance. V
Wo have only enumerated a few leading
lines, but the whole Stock is offered without,
any reserve whatever. Cash moat bo paid \
on delivery of goods; from this, there will he
no deviation. Parcels shall be delivered in
the order in whioh they aro bought.
All parties owing na money muat call and
iet tie, or wo shall be compelled to resort to
other measures.
1 _ Dee 18_J. H. KINARD ACQ.
j CONG-AREE IRON WORKS,
! rOLVMBU, 8. c.
! JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor.
- - a??-^*.?, MANUPACT?.
HER OF STEAM
ENG IN EH. KAW
AND GRIST
J MILLS. Glti Gear
E^ing, and ad kinds
ol Iron Ca&tinga
for M achl ue'ry
and ornamental
f-~?'"~Sry^' Ca st I u g h for
V Stores and Dwell
'. ingf. Patont Railings for Gat dein- and'Cemc
. teries, lro l Settees and Arbor Chair*; alto,
i,Brass Castings of all kinds. Balis for
[ Churches, Schools, Work-shops, Ac. Gua?
rantee all my work firct data and tqoal to
any North or South.
' Works at fool of Lady tin et. and roar to
South Carolina and Oreenvdle ar.d Colnmbia
Railroad Compai iet.'Dtpot*. Nov 18
MILLINERY.
I First Priza Awarded at Fair of 1873.
MRS. C. E ItKED baa opened
a line assortment of Ladies',
-v. ? Mitses" and Children's BON
NETS, Hats. Caps,Cloaks, Bed
ingotes. Furs, Under wcai and
Hair of all det-eriptious; also,
Mrs Moody's and other styles
ot Corsets. All of which will
bo sold at reduced prict a Mrs.
Reed was awarded the highest
'premiums at the State Pa rs for the best
'I Milllnerv._O'l^SplSL
Jewelry! Jewelry! Jewelry!
WM. GLAZE,
AT his new store, Main street, nearly c.p.
posito the Central National Pank, has
i a large and beautiful stock of fine WA'ICEEB,
i stem and key winders, frcm the lust Eu?
ropean and American mariofaclurt?ve, and of
his own importation, in gold and silver cases.
';,Elegant JEWELRY 1 An unrivaled astort
,-imontjust receive d. and all tho latest styles.
tjSterliDg SILVER-WARE, in eels and oases,
r1 Bridal Presents, and a very fine selection of
j Plated- Ware, Gold Watch and Neck Chains,
rjLockots, elegant Seal, Wedding and Engage
: mint Rings, large stock of Spectacles and
. Kve-Olasxra, Clocke, Mnsica) Boxes, and a
.'great varbtY ef Fancv ArtiolCB, My stock is
I the largest and beet selected In the Southern
, oonntry, and will be aold aa cheap as the
J nine article can be bought anywhere.
I "ot 24_
i Family Flour.
100 BBLB. hxtra Family FLOUR.
100 barrels low priced, bnt sound.
For sale by HOPE A OYLES

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