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I The Wobst Goyebument in the
-World.?The South Carolina Govern?
ment is tho worst in the world. In
knavery and corruption, it is as bad as
the Tweed regime, and it snperadda u
density of ignorance to which the old
New York ring was a stranger. Tweed's
men could read and write, bnt those are
arts to which many of the South Caro?
lina legislator liuvo nqt,attamed. This
ignorance is especially dangerous in a
Eublio officer clothed with power over
is fellow-men, for it renders him an
easy dupe of the intelligent villain?;
and manifests itself, first of all, in the
narrowest and most persecuting spirit
toward the political minority. The
Tweed gang robbed us, but in a jolly,
unmalioiouB way; they never selected a
special olaes for plunder and oppression.
But the thieves in South Carolina have
a fiendish hate of the land-owners?a
hate born of ignorance and prejudice,
and kept red hot by calculating scoun?
drels who lead the negro legislators.
Whenever a negro member hesitates to
pile on fresh taxes, by way of providing
new stealings, he is told by the white
Mephistopheles at his ear, "Keep np
the taxe?, and force these land-owning
aristocrats - to sell their lands." This
policy of revenge and plunder conjoined
has driven up the annual taxes to one
half of the gross inoome of average
plantations in South Carolina. Very
many owners have been unable to raise
the money to pay these monstrous
ohargeB, and the State has sold their
landB and turned them out, with barba?
rous baste. In 1872, 268,523 acres were
declared forfeit to the State by the non?
payment of taxes; and over thin seques?
tration of estates and their promised
division among tho idle and the disso?
lute of both colors, there is great re?
joicing at Columbia. Wo trust that all,
persons at the North have read, or will
not fail to read, the strong and sensible
remonstrances adopted by the Tax-!
Payers' Convention now assembled at
the Sonth Carolina capital. That body is
composed of Republicans and Demo?
crats, white and oolored, rich and poor,
ex-Confederates and staunch original
Unionists?having but one common
band between them, and that one,
honesty; and the accuracy aud sincerity
of their statements deliberately made
and put forth caunot bo impeached.'
They say, in brief, that a majority of
the Legislature, who .impose the taxeB,
own no property whatever, aud that
thoBO who pay the taxes have no voice
in the government; the annual State ex
penseo have increased from $400,000 be?
fore the war to 82,000,000 at the pre?
sent time; the public debt has advanoed
in six years from $5,000,000 to $16,
000,000, and that, too, without improv?
ing tho public works or addirg a dollar
to the public property; legislative com?
mittees make large sums in bribes for
passing private bills; Judges live in fear
of removal by the .Legislature, and do
not dare to violate their wishes; juries
are packed by the three State officials,
who are tools of the Governor; offices
are bartered away in the Executive De?
partment; eleotions are conducted by
persons appointed in the interest of
State office-holders, and the returns are
under their absolute control, and, there?
fore, it might be added, are doctored to
suit necessities. This is a bare outlines
of the terrible indictment presented
by the Tax-Payers' Convention to the
earnest consideration of Congress and
of the whole people. Proofs, in facts
and figures, accompany it. There is nu
gainsaying its truth. Honest men, here
and there, who havo been elected to
office, under the false impression that
their sympathies were with tho thieving
majority, denounoe tho State Govern?
ment in the strongest terms. Congress?
man V.tli'ntf f?oloF?3(> *~ - c-'sccSS
Colombia, the other day, did not minco
words. He boldly attacked tho infamous
abuses .of all legislative trusts, and
called upon his friends (particularly the
oolored ones) to abandon tbeir plunder?
ing, persecuting, agrarian sohemes. He
made these forcible remarks: "If the
wealthy man suffers, the laborer buffers
tenfold; if his taxes bring burdens, he
makes them up from his laborers." This
should be tho key-note of reform in
South Carolina. Tho politico-economi?
cal truths should ha made clear?and we
see that the tax payers have not omitted
them from their able memorial?that
the cost of living is raised by the addi?
tion of the taxes to the price of commo?
dities, and that the poor are made poorer
every day and more hopeless of rising
above the condition of mere laborers.
The rogues in the Legislature, while os?
tensibly conducting their war against
land-owners and those who are supposed
to have money that can be squeezed out
of them in taxes, are still more the ene?
mies of the poor. The humblest blacks
and whites suffer from tho wolves of
Columbia, and should gladly join forces
with tho tax-payers to exterminate them
politically. It docs seem to ns, that if
these truths?showing the identity of
Buffering of the rich and poor, in oonee
quence of legislative tyranny, and rob?
bery?could bo mudo known by good
public speakers, wbito and colored,
through the length and breadth of South
Carolina, the State could bo redeemed
at last from the most hideous of rings.
It is most true, ns tho memorialists say,
that Congress virtually established the
government under which Carolina
groans, and, therefore, that Congress
ooght to relieve her somehow. But we
think the job of purgation would bo
clearer and more satisfactory aud stay
longer done, if it oould be wrought out
by tho tempestuous and irresistible up?
rising of South Carolinians themselves.
IJV. Y, Journal of Commerce.
Princess Louise wouldn't go to the
big wedding at St. Petersburg, because
her husband, the Marquis, didn't have
the necessary ancestry to entitle him to
a seat at tho Emperor's tablo.
Por Bale.
SHARES Central National Bank Stock
Apply at this office. Feb 21
THE D
BX-.J. A. SELBY. GC
BpOOlal !KToilCQ/a,
UUSTAUI.&'STU DIAIUUACIC ? !IAP1'Y
RKLIEFFOU YOUNG MEN from tbo elects
of errors aud abuses in early life. Manhood
Reatorcd. Impediments to Marriago re?
moved. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable romedioe. Pooka and Cir?
culars sent. free, in sealod envelopes. Ad
droes, HOWAltD ASSOCIATION, No. 1
South Ninth Street. Philadelphia, Pa.?an
institution haviug a high reputation for
honorabto conduct and professional skill.
FeblO y>;;!iuo
Neuralgia, Piles, Headache,
Diarrhoea, Boils, Old Sores,
Lameness, Bums, Soreness,
Toothache, Scalds, Sprains,
Hoarseness, Ulcers. Wounds,
Sore Throat, Colic, Bruises,
Hheumatisir ilymorrhages,
March 1 tTTSmo
THE MILD POWER
p
HTjMPirnEv.s'
HOMEOPATHIC. SFECTFICS
HAVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST
amplo experience, an entire success. Simple,
Prompt, Efflricnt and Reliable. They nru the only
xnedicines perfectly adapted to popular uso?so
fthnplo tint mistakes cannot bo mndo in nsin?
tin'tn ; bo harmless as to bo free front rtnnuer; unit
to efiicicnt as to bo always reliable. They have Ilia
highest commrudotion from all, and will alr.-ays
render satisfaction. Price, m large threc-drai:hm
vinls, with directions:
Xos. Cures. Ctnts.
1. Fever?, Congestion, Inibiunnationf, . . 50
2. Warms, Worm Fercr, Worm Colic, . . 50
.1. Crying-Collo, orTeetliingof Infants, . 50
?4. Diarrhoea, of Children or Adult --, . . 50
5. Dysentery, Griping, Bilious Cube, . . 50
0. Cholcrn-aiorbus, Vomitinj.50
3? Coughs* Colds, Bronchitis.50
P. Neuralgia, Toothache, Facenclio, ... ?0
0. nendacncsyBtck Hcaaachc, Yert:~rt, . 50
10. Dyspepsin? Bilionii Stotnni h.M)
11. Nuppreaaetl. or Painful Porioas, . . . 50
12- Whites, too Profusa Periods, ... 50
13. Croup, Cou;;h, Difficult Ilreathin.-, . . 50
H. tmii. Ulicmn, Erysipel??, Eruption-, . 50
IS-' ltlicuniatlsnif llucumatw Piriiis, . . . .'?0
16. fever andl Ague, chill Fever, Agtu ?, 50
IT. riles, blind or bleeding..V)
W. Ophthtlmy, and Boro urVcn'iF.ycv, . P0
H'. Catarrh, Acute or t.'hronio Iritlu-'ii/u, . .'?<>
20. Whooping-cough,Violent Coughs, . .'0
2). Atfthmn, Oppressed Dteatliino', ... to
i;. Kar i)isclinrj(o?, Impaired Hearing, . !('
;:?. Krrofula, Enliirtjed Glsnils Pwellin: , . SO
24. tSciiorul Debility, Physical yl'eukucM, ? SO
:.'?. Dropsy and Scanty Secretion*, .... . 0
?6. JSen-SlcUneas, Sickness from Biding, . 50
27. KUlucy-Dlscaae, Gravtl, . . . . . f0
"S. Nt-rvou? DoMHty, Seminal ? enistii.- ?,
or Invobintary Discharges,.I 00
20. Sore Mouth, Canker, .. ?'??{
30. Urinary V/caUwc??i wwUiigtuo J.t>< , ?>
81. Painful P.;? itxl't with Spawns, . .10
?j. SuffVrln.-,? nt < LiuiRC erli?,, ? ? ? ? j ?]
s.t. Epilepsy, : : ? ? s Uuh Pbmce, . ino
SI. niphlhctin, I -..enitel Foro"Uvont.. . 5
2:. Chronic Cnn?j?:ftlima r.ad Brupttons, 50
i aalhk v. A.n. ?
Cnse iMrtVOCOO) with above U3 lnrgs vials nn.l
Manual or Directions, . . ?? *, *?2n
Cuse (Morocco) of 20 largo vtau :?? i rtnok. 8 00
KVThcae reme?Ueo are neat uy tne
roue or single box to nny part of the
country, free of charge, on receipt of
price. Address
HumDhrevs' Specific . _
Homeopaithic Nledicino Co.,
OSic? und Depot, No. 5G2 BnoADWAY, Nr.it Yoke.
For Sale by ull Druggists.
For s:ile by Geiger A McGrcgr:-, Ageu'.s.
Deo 17_tTTly
Food! Feed !! Feed !!!
HAY,
CORN,
OATS,
BRAN,
I Constant: v on band and for aale ion by
Fob 24_JOHN AQNKW St SON.
Mark Twain's La&t.
TUE GUILDED AGE?A Story of To-Dav,
with 100 plates.
Adveulnres of an Attorney in Search of1
Practice, by Warren?12.25.
Autobiography and Memoir of Rev. Dr.
Guthrie? $2.
ApoH and Men, by Mivert?$1 50.
Leaders of Public Opinion in Ireland, by
Lecke?fl 75.
Leckc's History of Rationalism, 2 volumes.
Lecke'u European Moraln,2 volumeu.
The Huguenots in Franco, by Smiles?$2.
And other New BookH, for sa'lo at
Feh 19 R. L. iSRYAN'ri BOOKSTORE.
ROOfilS TO LET.
ROOMS for Lawyers, Insurance Agents,
Brokern, or other businosa or professional
men.
ALSO,
SLEEPING ROOMS in the new CENTRAL
NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
The Building has been finished with spe?
cial view to the eonvenieneo and comforts of
tcnantn. APPLY AT THE BANK.
BFcbll2 , ltuo
City Money Wanted.
WANTED to purchaao $5,000 In CITY
MONEY. Apply at the South Caro?
lina Bank and Pruat Compa \j.
_Fel>2? UAHDY SOLOMON.
Seed Oats.
Ti^il'i BUSHELS Prime WHITE sntiNG
i \J\? HEED OATS, tor sale low for cash.
Feh 4 }i?P1L^ GYLES.
Piactine: Potatoes.
BARRELS, In fino order, EARLY
0\f R )SE, EARLY GOODRICH, PINK?
EYE aud PEERLESS, for br!o low for green?
backs. HOPE Sc. GYLES.
Fresh Biscuits.
BOXES Cream, Soda, Milk, Lemon.
tJ\J Craoknals, Butter, Farina and Ginger
Snaps, for sale by HOPE Sc GYLES.
"Let our Just Censure
)LUMBIA, S. C, "YVEDNESDA
JgO^sey TO L0A1,W
On Marketable C'oikterals.
EXO BANGE on Now York, Baltimore,
Philadelphia, Boston und all pruiniuent
citica of the United States and Europe
bought and sold. ' I
DEPOSITS received and interest-beating
certificates issued.
STOCKS, BONDS, GOLD und SILVER
bought and sold.
ACCOUNTS of merchants and others from
tho city and country solicited, and LIKERAL
LINlLS OF DISCOUNTS granted by the
CENTilAL NATIONAL BANE,
Corner of Plain and Bichaidson streute.
Feb 25_
NEW ST?EE!
NEW GOODS!
HAVING recently removed my estab?
lishment to tho new building, opposito
Who Oitv Ilall, and received an entirely
?new and fresh Btock of SPBINO GOODS,
I cordially invito an inspection. My stock
embraces French, English and American
OASSIMEBES, of tho latest doeignB, which I
will make up on reasonable terms.
C. D. EBERHARDT.
JMarch 1_ lmot 1
"SPRING COODS I
TUE subscriber would respect fully in
.forra bis many friends and customers
'that he is now in receipt of his spring 1
-stock of CLOTHS and CASSIMEItES,
Ac, which be is prepared to make up in tho
latest bt\lcs and on the m^at leasonable
terms. ' J. F. EISENMANN.
Feb 22
Vienna, Austria, November 30,1673.
Afessrs. Win. S. Kimo?tt ?6 Co.?Sins: A
frioud of mine Bent me. with a transport of
Indian Skulls, two pounds of "Vanity Fair,"
which I doelaro to bo tho best Tobacco I over
smoked. We have very good Tobacco in
Vienna?Turkish and Hungarian, hut
"Vanity Fair" iB tho king of all, by its aro?
matic flavor and tho right sort of strongno83.
My friend in New York got an appointment
in* California; by that reason I apply imme?
diately to you, begging you to send mo for
tho enclosed ten dollars a Bupply of Vanity
Fair, and send with tho next eteamcr to Ger?
many. If thern is a German firm that sells
your excellent Vanity Fair, I beg you to en?
close me the address.
DP.. JOS. RYRTL,
Professor of Anatomy iu tho University cf
Vienna.
Tho INDIAN GIRL has this Tobacco; also,
tbo "Manilla" Cigar* at it) cents, and the
celebrated five cent Cigar to offer all who |
went good "Sunday smoking." Gel a sup?
ply. _ Feb 28
Notice.
PERSONS wishing to subscribe for the j
following raro aud valuable worl s will
pleaee addreni tho Agent at the Uondrix
Houso immediately: "Appleton'B New Ame?
rican Cyclopedia;" "Genoral Lee's Lifo aud |
Campaigns," by J. E. Cooi.e; "General John?
ston's New Book on tho Late War;" "Tracy's I
Business Book or Guido;" "Wm. H. Seward's j
Lifo and Travels Around tho World," illus?
trated; "HorBO Doetor;"-"Smith's Compro
hensivo Dictionary of tho Bible;" "Trea?
sures of Humors," by W. E. Burton, Come-j
dian, or "Applcton's Cyclopedia of Wit and
Humors;" "Tho Leather Stocking Talcs," by
FonuimoreCooper; Cooper's Sea Tales, five]
volumes in one. These works are only sold
to subscribers. Apply 60on to tho Agent,
Feb2G6 JAMES A. McCORMAOK.
3^
An additional stock cf new MUSICAL
MERCHANDISE haa just boon received at
tho abovo place, and will be disposed of at
prices to suit all. Call and examine. The
location is next door South of the Pun:.\ix
office. Feb 21.1 tun
WM, M. FINE'S
State Capitol ?alocn.
TnE best of WINES, L1QUOKS,
SEGARS, TOBACCO, etc., con?
stantly on hand. Norfolk OYS?
TERS, in and out of the shell. Give him a j
cull. _ Jan 10
Hay and Corn.
1 {\f\ BALES Prime TIMOTHY HAY.
J."UVi .lOObusholn Prime White Corn.
Just received, and for sale at our usual low
prices, for cash onlv.
Fob 18 JOHN AO NEW A SON.
Breakfast Bacon,
BUFFALO T0NGUF.8.ME8SMACKEREL.
LEAF LARD, PIGS' FEET, for sale low
by HOPE A GYLES.
INSURANCE.
HAVING resigned tho agency of the
Southern Life Insurance l.'ompaLV, we
have connected ourselves witJi the
Cotton States Life Insurance Company
OF 9IACO.V, GEOItUIA.
W. B. JOHNSON, S. G. OBEAR,
President. Seorotarv.
Cspitul.f500".U00
Stato Deposits. 15i),0C0
The Company issues polish s on both the
STOCK AND MUTUAL PLANS, giving to
non-participating pciliuy holders tho advunt
ago of premiums LESS by twenty per cent,
than mutual rates.
It will establish BOARDS OF ADVISORY
TRUSTEES in tbo principal cities of the
Stato, and will contract with said Boards to
invest In said cities seventy per conl. of tbo
not premiums takun there, thus making it a
Home Company in Each Locality.
Wo ouQdontly recommend thin staunch
Southern Cnmpauy to onr friends aud tbo
public, and bespeak a continuance of kind
patronage heretofore extended to us.
BLACK & WARING,
General Agonts for South Carolina.
Active aud roliablo canvassers wanted with
whom we will make liberal contracts.
Feb 21 flmo
Sugar-Cane Syrup.
, "I BARRELS very superior and pur
It) Scuthe-ru-mado SYRUP, for sale by
Jan 9 HOPE A GYLES.
Dried Peaches.
K^WA LBS. PEELED DRILL PEACHE.
ZjXJKJ Feb3 HOPE A OYLES.
.Y MORNING, MARCH 4, 187
^QuxLth^Crrand Gift Concert,
FOR*TtTEv*BNEFlT OF TIIK
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
?SUCCESS ZiSSURED I
&B~,\ FULL I) It AW I NU CERTAJM-JJ
On Tuesday, 31st of March, Next.
IN ORDER TO MEET THE GENERAL |
wirb and expectation of tbo public und
[of the ticket-holders, for Ibo lull payment
I of the magnificent gifts, announced for the
Fonrth Grand Gift Concert of the Fublic Li?
brary of Kentucky, the management have de?
termined to postpono tbo Concert and Draw?
ing until Tueedav, tho 31st of March, 1S74.
BO FURTHER POSTPONEMENT.
No doubt is entertained of tbo salo of
every ticket before tho drawing, but whether
all aro qpld or not, tho Concert and Drawing
I will positively and unequivocally taue place
on the day now ?xod, and if any remain un?
sold they will bo canceled and the prizes
will be reduced in proportion to tho unsold
tickets.
Only 00,COO tickets have been issued and
12,000 CASH GIFTS,
$1,500,000,
Will be distributed among ticket-holders.
The tickets aro printed in coupons of tenths,
end all fractional parts will ho represented
in the drawing just as whole tickets are.
I.IST OP GIFTS.
1 Grand Cash Gift.$200,000
1 Grand Cash Gilt. 100,0110
1 Grand Cash Gift. 50.000
1 Grand Cash Gift. 25 000
1 Grand Cash Gift. 17.000
10 Cash Gifts, $10,000 each. 100 000 I
:50 Cash Gifts, 5,000 each. 150.000
SO Cash Gifte, 1,000 each. 50,000
80 Cash Gifts, 500 each. 40,000
100 Cash Gift?, 4U0 each. 40,0001
150 Cash Gifts, 300 each. 45,000
250 Cash Gifts, 200 each. 50.000
325 Cash Gifts, 100 each. 32.51?
11,000 Cash Gifts, 50 each. 550,000
Total 12 000 Gifts, aM cash,
amounting to.$1,500,000
The chances for a gift aro as one to live.
FttlCE OF TICKETS.
Whole tickets, $50; halves, $25; tenths, or
oach coupon, $5; eleven wholo tickets for
$500; 22* tickets for $1,000; 113 wholo tickets
for $5,000; 227 whole tickets for $10.000. No
discount on less than $500 worth ot tickets.
The Fourth Gift Concert will bo conducted,
in all respects, like tho three which havo
already been given, and full particulars may
bo learned from circulars, which will be eent 1
free, from this oftico to all who apply for '
them.
Ordere for tickets and applications for
agencies will be attended to in the order they
aro received, and it is hoped they will be
sent in promptly, that there may bo no dis?
appointment or delay in tilling all. Liberal
terms given to those who buy to sell again.
All agents arc peremptorily required to settle
up their accounts and return all unsold;
tickets bv tho 20th day of March.
THOS. E. BBAMLE I'TE,
Agent Fublic Library Kentucky and Maua-<
ger Gift Concert, Public Library Building,
Lnuiaville, Kentucky. Dee 17 wf
Tickets for sale by D. GAMLRILL, Broker.
C.duuibia, H^C. ____
250,000 COPIES SOLD!
or
RICHARDSON'S XEW METHOD
PIANO-FORTE !
JL Methods, maintains tho front rani;, au-i
its sale eclipses that of all others?foreign cr ,
American?combined. The publishers ciaiiu
its annual sale of J5.000 copies is indisputa?
ble proof of positive anu intrinsic merit; .
and its sucuci-e is uo mystery, but dne to
thorough excellence in all its department8?
rudimental and instructive; to its valuable i
exercitos, as well as its charming recreat ions.
A new edition just issued contains "Schu?
mann's Maxims" and the famous "C/.orny's I
Letters on the Art of Placing the Piano." j
"Richardson's New Method" thus contains'
over Sc?O pages full mu?io sizev. and is jnMly
claimed to be the best Piano Method extant.
Pit ice $:t 73. ,
tar Used by thousands of Teachers, d
sold by ail Book and Music Dealers.
Pubiiohed by
OLIYKIt DITSON A CO., Boston.
C1IAS. II. DITSON .V CO.. j
Feb IS WbT 711 Broadway, Nuw York, i
New Garden Seeds.
FORTY-FOLD PEAy,
Keye's Extra Eaily ProiiCc T< tutto,
Arlington Tomato,
Black Pekin Egg Flan*.,
Canada Victor Tomato,
Caunon Ball Cabbage,
Marolo-hea 1 Mummoth Cabbage,
Early Adams Corn. FVr sale at
V.. li. HEINITSH'S
Feb 22 f Drau'au 1 Herd Store. .
F
Caunon Dali.
jV\MGTJSCABBAGE SEED, j :-? .- !t*ircd\
C Call lion Ball Cabbage,
Marblehead Alsnunoth,
Fuller'sEarly Drumhea 1.
Carter's Extra Early Call age,
Winnlugstadt, Seuuieufust, Os
Beatt andothcr kinds.
AI.XO,
Kov's Extra Early Prohlic f< :.:ato,
Extra Early Poas, Corn, Ol i >u Sets.
All warranted and cheap,at headquarters,
for good seed. E. H. flElNlT?fl'S I
Jan 30 t Drug Store.
Stanley's Cong/i Syrup
CUBES all kinds-.' Coughs,Hoarseness,
Bronchitis. incipii nt Ct nsumption. Try
it; don't delay; a Cough gets worse with
overy day'* neglect. I ri.it u:
_Nov5t HKINITSE'S DRUG STORE.
A MEDICINE WORTH HAVING. ;
iiei.mtnil'S QUERN'S DELIGHT,
FOR Sick Headache, Bilious Attacks, Con- ;
stipation, Hour Stomach, Dyspepsia, In- !
digestion, Scrofula, Jaundice, Pa;n in tku|
Back, Nouralgia, Dropsy, Skin Diseases, |
Loss of Appetite, Depression r.f Spirits,
Heartburn, ithouiaatism, Nervousness, Me
laucholy, Bilious Fever, Cu. *.iv< :>.ees.
Ask for Heinitsb's Queen's Delight; none,
ether is genuine. For sale at
Dee 101 B. H. HElNIThH S Drug Store,
Buckwheat.
FRESU Ktw Bulled BUCKWHEAT, for
sale by LORICE i LOWRANCE.
4. VOL. IX?NO. S&frr
NEW GOODS!
NEW GOODS J
Every Week! v j
Winter Dress Goods
at Low Down Prices,
byC. F. J.&.GKS?2ST,
Leader Low Prices,
128 Main Street. ,
Fob l
SPRING GOODS
AT THE
GRAND CENTRAL
I DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT
OP
WM. B. LOVE & CO.
OUHSTOCK at present is complete in all
Iho departmcntti.
Wo cordially invite all purchasers of goodtt
to examine our assortment before making
their selections, as a call at our establish?
ment will save them TIME and MONEY.
NEW SPRING GOODS A It Hl Vi NO DAILY.
First class Goods, at low prices, can alwaje
bo purchased at
The Grand Central
Dry Goods Establishment
or
WM. D. LOVE & CO.,
Under tho Wheeler Hours, j
WM. D.LOVE. B. D. McCBEERY.
Feb 1 _
Sunday Smoking,
free of cost, at the
California Cigar Store.
For further informa?
tion, call and see for
yourself.
M. SULZBACJHEH.
Jan 29
Jewelry! Jewelry! Jewelry!
WM. GLAZE.
* i ma uen BlOru, .-ukiu meet, klumij *>y
/~Y_ posito the Central National Punk, hat
a targe and heauti'ul ftock ?.f tine WATCHES
rtem fcnd key winders, irem the beet Eu?
ropean t>m\ American manufact?ri rn, a?. d of
hin O'.vn importation, in gold and silvercasee.
I Itigant JEWELRY! An unrivaled assort*
moot ,r.at received, and all tho latest stylet.
Sterling BII.VEII-WARE, in sets and caiKr,
Bridal Presents, and a v* ry tine seiecti? n (?!
Platcd-Waro, Gold Watch and Neck Chain.?,
Locke!**, elegant St a), Wedding and Engage
meut Bings, large stock of ectavlea and
Ky e-GlaHM-*, Clocks, Mceich) l!c\< s, and a
great variety of Fancy Articles, My etork le?
ihe largest and best selected in tho Southern
country, and will be sold as cheap as the
-ame article can be bought bbywbeie.
Oct 24
$100,000
IN
FOR
CLOTHING
GENTS' FLRMSHIXG GOODS,
BOUGHT since the great decline, and we]
are filling them at tho very lowest
prican for cash. Wo intend to give our cus?
tomers the advantage o( the LOW PUICES.
Come aud sec. our stock. We consider it a,
compliment fur persons to call and nee our
?jiunU_KIN ARD WILEY.
Office City Treasurer,
COLUMBIA,8. C, Dr.cjMr.ru 27,1S73.
TUB city*of Columbia will, on tho 15th of
January, 1874. commence paying the;
PAST DUE COUPONS ot her Bonds. They
will bo paid at iho Carolina National Bank:
also at tho South Carolina Bark and Trued
Company's Bank, in this city.
CUAS. BARN UM, City Treasurer..
Dec 28
Mills House SUbles.
Mbv JUST received at the abovo Htai
vfA bles, twenty head lino KENTUCKY
j ff MULES most of which aru well
?.roko. Will be sold cheap for csbIj.
Copt 13 J. N. LONG, Agent.
We have, at this
time, unusual facili?
ties for making fine
Frock Coats and su?
perior made Custom
Garments.
R. & W. C. SWAFEIELD.
Fob 7
JUST RECEIVED
A fcwcaacs of
HATS! HATS!
THE VERY" LATEST FASHIONS
And eomc of the new
SPRING STYLES,
BARGAINS
1READY-made clothing
and
1 GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
WE havo sccnred tho pc-rvicCB of a first
class cutter in our CUSTOM T< "PARTMENT,
'and aro making .SUITS t? ^. _r in the latest
at*' 08' R. & W 0. SWAFFIELD.
Notice.
Gki:i.:?ville and Cou-meia Raiuioad Co,,
TiiFABUBEn's Office,
Columbia, S. O., January 1,2871.
HOLDERS of the STATE GUARANTEED
BONDS and tho admitted H ECO NU
'MURTGAGE BONDS of this Company, whe
have funded tho past due Coupons of said
|i'onds. matured botween January, 1872, and
.iily. 1873, both inclusive, are notified that
the" January, 1874, Coupons of said Bonds,
and, alBO. thoee of the funded Interest Bonds
ami Certificates, will bo paid on presentation
at this oflico on tho FIFTEENTH 1NBT.
QEO. W. WATERMAN,
Jan 1 _ Treasurer.
Baltimore & Wilmington, N.C.
Semi-Weekly Steamship Line,
Composed of the first-class Steamships ?
1D. T. FOLEY.Capt. D. J. Pmct
? BEBEOOA CLYDE.Capt. D. O. Child*
LUCILLE.Capt. J. S. Bennett
KALE Kl H.Capt. J. 8. Olives
WILL hereafter sail from BALTIMORE
evcrv TUESDAY and FB1DAY. and
from W1LM1NUTON every WEDNESDAY
*nd SATURDAY.
I Connecting at Wilmington, N. C, with the
Wilmington, Co'umbia aud Augusta Bail
road, giving Throngh Bill? of Lading to and
from all points in North and South Carolina,
Oeorgia and Alabama.
Connecting at Columbia, S. C, with the
I Greenville and Columbia Railroad and Char
lotto division of the Charlotte. Columbia and
Augusta Bailroad.
Connecting at Augusta, Oa., with Georgia,
Ma con and Augusta and Central Railrrads.
Steamero of this lino, on arrival is Wil?
mington, stop at Kftilroad Depot, and the
llailroad Fr< ight, being stowed separately in
Steamer, is transferred, under covered sheds,
rlirect to Cars, without delay, and forwarded
by the fast Freight Express that evening.
No drayago in Wilmington, and no transfer
from Wilmington South. B?te? guaranteed
iis low as by any other route, and all losses
or over-charges promptly paid.
Mark uII Goods ein Steamship to Wilming?
ton, and forward Bills of 1 i.dit?g to ll nil road
Agent, Wilmington, N. C.
).V>r further information rrr.K to either o!
undersigned Ak?'S Is ol the iinu
ANDREWS it.Cii .Agent.- !t .'. W. Ft. hm
sbip I ino. No 73 Smith's VWiitrr. Baltimore.
A. l> CAZACX Agent Ii. A V. . .tuisl ie
I ii e, Wilminj:??.:. N C
A. POPE, (ion- ralFreight Apent,
F. W. CLAi K Vift't C<-ii Fri i|ihl Ag"t
\\ iltnitigton, N .T'.
ILM CO.Tl INGRAM, Central Wesurc
?u'i'iit. Atlanta On tfov 28 3mo*
COKGARIVE IRv-L ^OEKS^
COLUMBIA, S. C.
I JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor.
MANUFACTU?
RE It OF STEAM
.. ?- ? a. ... F NO I NFS, PAW
/&&te&S8Bm.%S&^ MILLS. Gin Gear?
ing, and all kinds
ot Iron Caatings
for M achinery
and Ornamental
Castings for
Stores and Dwell?
ings, Patent Railings for Gardens aud Ceme?
teries, Iron Settees aid Aibor Chairs; also,
ilrasri Castings of all kinds, Bells for
Churches, Schools, Woik-sbops, Ac Gjuf ?
rantee all my work first class and equal to
any North or South.
Work? at foot of Lady street, nrd rear to
South Carolina and Greenville atd Columbia
Itailroad Compsi iei>' Depots. Nev 18
GKNlllNIS
IMPORTED WINES, BRANDIES, &c
^Wfc ?C-OTCn WHISKIES,
Old Jamaica Rum,
Brandies? Otnrd, Ac,
Holland Gin,
Shoiry Wine, Port Wine, Madeira Wine.
Also, a large steck of line old Whitd.ief
(hgars, Ac.
One 21 J. C. SEEP ERR
Timothy Hay.
TONS prime TIMOTHY HAY. for sal*
low. for cat >- HOPE A GYLF8.
Bulwer's Great Novel,
THE PARISIANS, illustratcd-tl 00.
Publicans and Sinners, a Novel, by Min?
Braddon?75 cents.
A Princess of Th?le, a Novel, by author of
"AdventurcB of a PI raton,' "Daughter ol
Beth," Ac?75 cents.
Lolda's Fortune, a Novel - M 00.
Which Shall It Re? a Novel, by author o'.
tbo Wooing O'T?85 cents.
Bobee; or, Two Littles Wooocn Shoes; a
storv, bv Ouida?il.CO.
F< h 10 B. L. BRYAN'8 BOOKSTORE.
Sundries.
1P? f\{\ BUSHELS CORN in store anc
l\J\ / in transit,
i 4(10 barrels Flour.
500bUBhuls Peas.
2 000 pounds Feed.
Just in and for sale at popular pricos.
Feh 1 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
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