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\ Another Dauphin has been disavowed,
' the German pretender to the throne of
Louis XVI being thrown out of court.
There are bo many olaimants to the
French throne, royal and imperial, and
there have been so many Dauphins
found in all parts of the world, that
JTxanooJa a worse afflioted country than
even England with her Tichborne or the
United Btatea^wih^body servants of
Gen. Washington.
The Centennial. ?A man^amed
Barnes, now living in Robeson County,
was born on tho 4th day of July, 1770.
If he should be so fortnnate as to livo
until that period arrives, he should cer?
tainly be &c:it fo Philadelphia, at the ex?
pense of the State, as North Carolina'?
contribution to the centennial.
An embryo poet, who is certainly a
oloso observer of human nature, re?
marks: "Time marches on with the
slow, measured tread of a man working
by the day."
' It is getting into the churches. The
sexton cf a Bsptiat ohurcb, in Troy, has
walked oil with $2,000 of tbe pew rente.
MB??
OBSTACLE'S TO MAURI AGE_HAPPY
RELIEF FOR YOUNG HEN from the effeots
of errors and abuses in early life. Manhood
Restored. Impediments to Marriage re?
moved. Mew method ? of treatment. New
and remarkablo remedies. Books and Cir?
culars sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress, HOWARD- association, No. 2
youth Ninth Street. Philadelphia, Pa.?an
institution having a high reputation for
honorable conduot and professional skill.
FeblO_UlTSmo
GOOD NEWS.
FURTHER REDUCTION
IN THE PRICES OF
Buying floods ior Cash, I am ena?
bled to make a further reduction in
prices. The Goods are all new and
will give entire satisfaction to all con?
sumer g. The following are a few of]
the leading articles and prices:
Choice Family FLOUR, selected wheat.
Best White CORN.
HAY, Northern.
Irish POTATOET.
SALT.
New Orleans SUGAR.
G SUGAR.
Extra C SUGAR.
A SUGAR.
Crushed SUGAR.
Powdered and Granulated SUGAR.
Laguayra COFFEE, finnst.
Old Government Java COFFEE.
English Breakfast TEA.
Oolong TEA.
trunpeiouer axua.
Young Hysen TEA.
Imperial TEA.
I call especial attention to these Teas?
they are very choice.
F. A. Ferris' Sugar-Cured HAMS.
Davis' Diamond HAMS.
Morrison's Sugar-Cured HAMS
Breakfast STRIPS, sugar cured.
VACON.
CHEESE.
MOLASSES.
GOLDEN DRIPS.
New Orleans New SYRUPS.
Common Rye WHISKEY.
Corn WHISKEY.
Old Bourbon WHISKEY.
Old Wheat WHISKEY.
Monogram WHISKEY.
Imported Holland GIN.
Choice Family FLOUR.
Imported BRANDY, of the celebrated
Vine Grower Company's Vintage of 1850.
CANNED GOODS in every variety.
CRACKERS, CAKES and BIS?
CUITS, at manufacturers' prices.
COUNTRY ORDERS filled and ship?
ped promptly, free of cartage and package,
ar.dentire satisfaction guaranteed.
HARDY SOLOMON.
SELBY. C(
Commercial Bank.^oTColambia^
REFERBE'B notice.
OOLUMuTA, S. 0., Maroh 3, 1674.
Harvey Terry against tho Receiver ami
Stockholders of tliu Commercial Bank, of
Columbia. B. C.
NOTICE Is hereby given, that tho under?
signed has been appointed REFEREE,
by order of tho Court of Common Picas for
Biobland Conntv, to tako an account of all
debts due by the said Commercial Bank, now
remaining unpaid, and, furthor, of alt tho
assets of tho Baid Bank. All persons holding
claims against said Bauk aro hereby notified
te appear before me, at my ofllco, in Colum?
bia, S. 0.| to preecnt and provo tboir olaitna
against haid Bank, op TOES DAY, tho "4th j
March, 1S74, at II o'clock A. M.
Maroh 4 wag W. B. QULICK. Boferoo.
United States District Court for the
Eastern Bistriot of South Carolina.
In re I?aao Sulzbachcr, Bankrnpt, on cre?
ditors' petition.?In Bankruptcy.
BY order of tho Court in the above stated
case, tbo lion creditors of tho said Isaac
Sulzbachcr, bankrupt, aro horeby ordered to
establish their lion again Ht tho estate of tho
said bankrnpt, bofore 0. J. Jaogor, Begister,
at Newberry Court House, on or before
Tuesday, 24tb of March next.
FREDERIO LAMBERT, Assignee.
Columbia, February 21,1874.
Feb 22_mtl. 8
L?RICK & LOWRANCE,
Wholesale and Bctail
Grocers and Provision Dealers.
OUR stock
icomplcte in ovory
'.respect. We Bellut
I the very lowest
l prices, and warrant
mir goods puro. Wo do not pnblisn priouts,
but feel Satisfied that nono of our patrons
will leave dissatisfied. Wo pay tho highest
market priuo for COTTON, either in goods or
ourrenoy. We have an excellent WAGON
YA.UP i? roar of nur establishment. Look
I out for the sign of tho plow aod the carriage ,
j wheel, Richardson street, a fow doors below
the Fiicsmix ofllee. Give us a call, and iu
apect our goods and prices. Nov 23
Seegers' vs. Cincinnati Beer.
THE Cincinnati Gazette makes Ihn asto?
nishing announcement that Cincinnati
| beer is no longer pure, but adulterated with !
molasses, sugar of starch, fusel oil and the
poisonous co:chicum. The Commissioner of
i Agriculture, in bis report for 18G5, says that
Prof. Mapes, of Now York, analyzed tho beer 1
from a dozen different breweries, and found
all of it adulterated. Coccnlns Indicus and
nux vomica entered largely into its composi?
tion.
J. O. S FEGE RS guarantees bis beer to be
pure aud reliable. Ho does not adulterate
it, but brews from the beet barley, malt and
hops. Jan 2.'!
Big Hominy.
BARRELS fresh kiln dried, by
Jan 25 _HOPE ?fc OY LBS.
Mark Twain's Last.
TUF GUILDED AGE?A Storv of To-Pay,
with 100 plates.
AdveuturcB of an Attorney in Search
Practice, by Warren?12.25.
Autobiographv and Memoir of Rev. Dr.
[Guthrie?$2.
'nA>,nil Won hvMi??t(_H IUI
Leaders of Public Opinion in Ireland, by
Lecko?$175.
Lecke*? History of Rationalism, 2 volumes.
Lecko'b European Morals, 2 volumes.
The Huguenots in Franco, by Smiles? $2.
And other New Bonks, for ?aie at
Feb !'?> It. L. BRYAN'S BOOKSTORE.
ROOMS TO LET.
ROOMS for Lawyers, Insurance Agents,
Brokers, or o'.her business or professional
men.
At.eo,
j SLEEPING ROOMS in the new CENTRAL |
NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
Thd Building has bceu finished with spe?
cial view to tho convenience aud comforts of
tenants. APPLY AT THE BANK.
Fiib 12 lmo
City Money Wantec1.
WANTED to purchase $5,000 in CITY
MONEY. Apply at tho South Caro?
lina Bank and Tru?t Compa > v.
Fob 20 HARDY SOLOMON.
Seed Oats.
rjf\f\ BUSHELS Trime WHITE SPRING
I \J\f SEED OATS, for salo low for cash.
Feb 4 HOPE A ?YLEH.
Plant in e; Potatoes.
pr f\ BARRELS, in fine order, EARLY
0\f R )SE, EARLY GOODRICH, PINK?
EYE and PEERLESS, for Bale low for grcou
baoka. HOPE & GYLES.
Fresh Biscuits.
BOXES Cream, Soda, Milk, Lemon,
JZJKJ Craoknals,Bnttcr, Farina and Ginger
Snaps, for salo by HOPE A GYLES.
F
Buckwheat.
RESH New Hulled BUCKWHEAT, for
sale by L?RICK ft LOWRANCE.
Columbia Hotel.
FIRST i-rans iloiNK-S-'t oo
VIC 11. DAY.
A CHANGE of management,
and many consequent improvo
r nu-ntn, onables llio propriotorH to
1 offer to tho traveling pub ic more
comforts aud conveniences than
can bn obtained at any other
house in the citv. TELEGRAPH
OFFICE. BATli and BILLIARD |
gj BOOMS in tho house. Every at?
tention guaranteed.
GORMAN A CALNAN,
Marcli 4 ? Proprietors.
The Old. Drug House Revived,
With an Entire New Stock of Fresh and Choice Goods!
HARR ?7L~~&rTTE LZ E R,
??WWW**.*. Wbfc&W?,
107 MBEriKG STREET, ....
....... CHARUESTDN, S. U.,
Succesrora to the old-established Houses of
HaVILAND, H AURAL A CO., Charleston,
KAYILAND, RI8LF.Y A CO., Augusta, Oa.,
Marafa 3 tOroo HARRAL. R1BLEY A KITCHEN, New York.
DL?MBIA, S. C, THURSDAY
For Sale?50O Bushels
?^ ??SOtJXJIKilN ?WJSSKI^-^ ***
Sweet Potatoes I
PRODUCES over 500 hnahols to the acre'.
. on favorableland. Equal to the "Yam"
in oating qualities?and havo dug tl.cu. hall
pound iu weight in this latitude, on P.h July.
L'riso $2 50 per bushel.
RICHARD O'NEALE, Jit.,
Fob 5 $2mo Columbia. S. C.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
(CAPITAL. Sl.OOO.OOO.)
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
rpniS GUANO is uow bo well known in all
JL tho Southern States, for its remarkablo
effects as an agenoy tor increasing tho pro?
ducts of labor, as not to require special re?
commendation from us. Its use for eight
years past has established its character for
reliable excellence The lartro fixed capital
invested by tho Company in this trado affords
the surost guarantee of the continued excel?
lence of this Guauo. The supplies put into
market this season are. as heretofore, pre?
pared under tho superintendence of Dr. St.
Julian Uavonol, Chemist of tho Company, at
Charleston, S. C. Hence planters may re.-1
assured that its quality and composition is
precisely the eame as that herotoforo sold.
J. N. ROD80N,
Soiling Agent, Charleston, S. C
JUHN S. REESE & CO.,
General Agents, Baltimore.
Terms?MS cash; $5:1 time, without inte?
rest. I
To accommodato planters, they can order
now and havo until 1st of April to decide
as to whnther they will tako at lime or cash
prico. When delivered from the factory by
tho car load, no drnyage will bo charged.
AGIO PHOSPHATE. GUANO. BONE,
PLASTER, Ac,always on hand, quality trua
rantecd. J. N. RUB->0N.
Deceuiber20 J3nto
Drs. Greene, Lindley & Bentley's
GREAT FAMILY MEDICINES
COMPOUND EXTRACT CORYUALIS, I
tho gieat vegetable alterative Tor all]
diseases arising from impure blood.
DK. GREENE'S KIT CURE, for the 1
euro of Epilepsy, Fits, Spasms, and convul?
sions of all kinds.
Medicated Honey, for Coughs, Cclds, I
Bronchitis, Croup, and all diseases of tho
lungs and air passages.
Neuralgin Specific, n certain and speedy
cure for Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Nervous
Head-ache, and all ucrvouH pain *.
Wnbaslt Valley Agae Cure. Contains
no Quinine. A most positive remedy tor
Chilis, Bilious Fever, and Congestions of
Liver and .Spleen. Acts liko a charm.
Prepared at the Laboratory, Charlotte, N.
C. For salo bv W. C. FISHER,
_No v 20 } 1 v_ _Col n n ibta, S. C.
10.000 PRIZES!
$250,000 Currency to bo Given Away!
For the Bcnclit of the
Masonic Relief Association,
UNDER authority of a special Art of the
Legislature, passed March 8,1S73, enn
fcrria? corporate privileges upon tfcs Ma
souio Belief Aaaociatiou, the Directors now
have the pleasure to anuounco that a
GRAND GIFT CONCERT will bo given at the
Opera Houeo, in tho city of Norfolk, on
TUESDAY, the 5th cf MAY, 1874,
[Xo Further I'estponernenl Guaranteed,]
For the purpose of proonring funds neoes
[ sary for tho completion it tho Masonic Tem?
ple, now in courBe of creation in tho city of
j Norfolk.
DiBEOTons of the association --John L.
Roper, President: John B. Corprew,Treasu?
rer; James Y. Leigh, Walter H. Taylor, Geo.
S. Oldfiold, John A. Rosnon, Daniel Hunted,
Wm. H. Wales, M. H. Stevens, H. Wei!, John
i T. Redmond.
I Anvisor.v Board.?nis Excellency ox-Qov.
Gilbert 0 Walker,' Cel. K*dor Biggs, V. H.
P.; R?hn It. McDaniel, P. G. Commander; J.
J. Burroughs, Capt. Samuel L. WattB, Virgi?
nia Legislature; Robert E. Wttbers. G. M.
G. H. P. aud D. O. C. of G. C: Col. Thomas
F. Owens, P. G. M.; John B. Whitehead,
Epq., ex Mayor. Col. W. n. Taylor, State
Sonatnr; James G. Bain.G. C. G. G. C.
List of Gifts.?One Grand Cash Gift,
$50,1)00; one Grand Cash Gift, 25,000; one
Grand Gash Gift, 12,500; one Grand Cash
Gift, 10.000; one Grand Cash Gift, 5,000; one
Grand Cash Girt, 2.500 : 24 Cash Giftn, 1500
each, f 12.out: GO cash Girts, 250 each. 12 50C;
80 CaHh Gilts, 200 each, 10,000; 100 Cash
Qiftn, 150 each. 15 000; 150 Cash Girts, 100
oanh, 15 000; 590 Cash Gifts 50 each, 29,500;
9.00? Cash Gifts. 5 each. 45 000, Grand total,
10,000 Gifts, all Cash, $250 000.
Whole 'tickets, (5. Half Tiokets, 12 50.
Club Kates?11 Tickets for $50, 22 Tickets for
$100. HENRY V. MOORE, Secretary
Masonic Kotier Association, Norfolk, Va.
B. i. BOONE, Agent,
Febfl Jilran Columbia, S. C.
GOOD RULES.
Take Heinitsh's Blood and Liver Pills.
APPLY vom self to business ?md work
hard.
Havo your earnings and make good invest?
ments. The best investment is good health
and long lifo.
If von are sh'k. system th ranged,
Tako Heinitsh's Queen's Delight.
II you have Fever. Chills, Headache,
Taku Heinitsh's Kina Chill euro.
<; A great sav?
ing of money
is in knowing
what to buy
?and where to
fbuv. G?> to
HEINITSH'S
Doctor Shop.
A Hinglodose
orSTANLEY'S
COUGH BY
RUP will cure
Coughs Colds, Hoarseness, and savu you
from Consumption.
The host place is always the cheapest.
Good advice, your bent friend when sick, i
ho who cures you. AH kinds of good MKDI
CINES at HEINITSH'S DRUG STORE,
Sopt 30 t Opposite Pncxttn Offire.
Hay, Oats, Bran and Shorts.
?\f\ BALES PRIME TIMOTHY HAY,
\J \ } 500bu*hela Heavy Oats,
300 bushels Bolted Meal,
10,000 pounds Wheat Bran and Shorts,
For salo low, for Cash, by
Feb2C HOPF. A GYLES.
MORNING,' MARCH.5, 187-1
w Re?|uced Puices
At the Cash (TPo'ecry- Establishment of John
? Aijnew it Son. -.
Till' proprio: ors, buying theih stock fois|
cash fbosi FinsT hands, are euabled to
j offer their customers a still greater reduc
i tton in prices, and beg ler>vo to as* ? their |
friends that they will al.vaye soll^heir goods
at lhe very lowost market prices,quality
05ia" taken into consiijekation. They now
give Iho prices of a few uf tho lea-ling arti-1
clea, to which thf.y call the attention of |
: CAHIl 15l!TEIlS:
Liverpool SALT, tl CO per sack.
Bast WhiteCORN,at retail by the tack,
I tl 15 per hasbel.
Prime Timothy HAY. fl 7-^perlOO pounds.,
Choice Family FLOUR, (so-called,) f0.501
per barrel.
Fancy Family FLOUR, (best in market.)
?11 00 pnr barrel.
A SUGAR, 11 c:nta per pound bv the bar?
rel.
Crushed SUGAR. Ill ccnte per pound by |
tho barrel.
Granulated SUGAR, Hi cents per pound'
by the barrol.
Powdered SUGAR, 11 ? cents per pound by 1
tho barrel.
Davis' Diamond HAMS, 15 cants per pound
at retail.
BACON 10 to 11 cents per pound by the
side.
Together with a full aHBortmont of FANCY
GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS and CI?
GARS, which for quality, quantity und low I
prices, wo guarantee not to bo eurpassed in j
this market.
Goods delived frco in tho city and at the |
dopotu of the various railroads, in tho city.
Ma rch 3_ J OH N AO N E W & SON.
MONEY T O L 0 AN,
On Marketable Collaterals.
? TtXCHANGE on New York, Baltimore,
JCJ Fhiiadolphin, Boston and nil prominent
cities of thu United Stales and Europe
bought and sold.
DEPOSITS received and interest -bearing
cortificatcB issued.
STOCKS, B INDS, GOLD and SILVER
bought and sold.
ACCOUNTS of merchaniaand others from
the city and countrvsolicited.aud LIUERAL
LINES OF DISCOUNTS granted bv tho
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK,
Corner of Plain and Richardson strcctH.
F?b 2T.
SPEINQ GOODS.
THE subscriber wouldrespectfnlly in?
form his many friends and customers |
?that he is new in receipt of bis spring
Sdock of CLOTHS and CASSIMERES,
Ac, which he is prepared to make up iu tho
latest ttylce and on tho m >ht icasonable
terms. J. F. EISENMANN.
Feb 22_
Vienna, Austria, November 30,1873.
Messrs. Wm. S. Kim & nil it Co.?Sms: A
friend of mine sent mo. with a transport of
Indian Sknlls, two pounds of "Vanity Fair,"
which I declare to bo tho best Tobacco I ever
smoked. Wo bavo very good Tobacco in
Vienna?Turkish and Huugarian, but
"Vanity Fair" is the king or all, by its aro
matio flavor and the right sort of strongness.
My friend in Now York got an appointment
in Calilomia; by that reason I apply imme?
diately to you, bogging you to Bend mo for
tbo enclosed ten dollaru a supply of Vanity
Fair, and send with the next steamer to Oer
. many. If there is a German Orm that sells
j _?. ?-r?niiant Vanity Fair, I bug yon to en
' close me the addreau.
DR. JOS. HYRTL,
Profi-HBor of Anatomy In tho University ef
Vienna.
The INDIAN GIRL has thitsTob&CCo; also,
the "Manilla" Cigars *t in cents, aud the
celebrated live cent Ci^ur to offer all who
went good "Sunday minting." Get a sup
(ply. Feb 28
5
An additional stock of new MUSICAL
MERCHANDISE has just Leen received at
the above place, and will be disposed of at
prijes t.? suit all. Call and examine. The
location ie next door S mth of the Ph<kn:x
ofliop. Feb 21 ln;o
WM. M. FINE'S
State Capitol Saloon.
THE bust of WINES, LIQUORS,
'SUGARS, TOBACCO, etc., eon
Htantly on hand. Norfolk OYS-1
I TEttS; in and out of tho shell. Qivebima
(call. J,nl0._
Kay and Corn.
"I AA BALES Prime TIMOTHY HAY.
XVJvJ 500 bushels Prime White Corn.
Just received, and for said at our usual low
priene. fnr caeh onlv.
Feb 1H JOHN AO NEW ft SON.
Breakfast Bacon,
BUFFALO TONGUES, MES8MACKEREL,
LEAF LARD, PIGS' FEE I', for sale low
by nOPEA GYLES.
INSURANCE.
HAYING resigned tho agency <?! tho
Southorn Lifo Insurance Compauy, we
have connected nuraelv? s with the
Cotton StateB Life Insurance Compauy
OF 81A CON, GRollGiA.
W. B. JOHNSON, S. G. OI1EAR,
I'rebideut. Secretary.
Capital.?5U0.000
Stato Deposits. 150,000
The Company issues pollutes on both the
STOCK AND MUTUAL PLAN'S, giviug 1-3
non-participating policy i: .! !er:< tho advant
ago of premiums lkhs by twenty pi_r cent,
than mutual rates.
It mill establish HOARDS OF ADVISORY j
TRUSTEES in the piineipal citiea of tho I
state, and witlnontract with said boards toj
invest in said cities seventy per cent, of the
not premiums taken thero, thus making it a
Home Company in Each Locality.
Wo confidently recommend this ttaunch
Sonthoin Company to our friend* and the
public, and bespeak a continuance of kind
patronage horetoforo extended to um.
BLACK ft WARING,
General Agents for South Carolina.
Active aud reliable canvassers wanted with
whom we will make libc.al contracts
Fob 21 Smo
Dried Peaches,
p* /\r\ LRS. PEELED DRIED PEA OH Eft
OUU Feb 3 ROPE & OYLES.
i Event."
VOL. IX?NO
3SJSWGOODSI
MW 11
Every "Week! I
Winter Dress Goods
at Low Down Prices,!
by C. F. JACKSON, [
Leader Low Prices.1
128 Main Street.
Feb 1 ' _ I
SPRING GOODS !
i
i
t~ the
GRAND CENTRAL 1
DRY GOODS BSTABLISflMBNTj
er I'
D. LOVE! & CO.!
-
OUR STOCK at present is complete in all1
tho departments. i
Wc cordially invite all purchasers of gnudt;
to examine our assortme nt before making
their selections, as a call at our establish-]
moot will aavo them TIME and MONEY. !
NEW SPRING GOODS ARRIVING DAILY.i
First class Goods,atlowprices, can always'
be pun based at |
The Grand Central
Dry Goods Establishment
WM. D. LOVE & CO.,
Under tho Wheeler House.
WM. D. LOVE. R. B. McCREERY. 1
Fob 1_1
Sunday Smoking,
I
free of cost, at the1
?
California Cigar Store.'
For further informa
tion, ca!I and sec for
yourself.
M.B17LZBACHEK
Jau 20
WM. GLAZE,
A T his now store, Main street, really np
J\. positc the Central National Pank.lint
a .arge aud beautiful stock oi flno WATCHES
stem und key winders, frcm the best Eu?
ropean and American mannfactuii is, and of
hia ov/n importation, in gold and silver case.".
Elegant JEWELRY I An unrivah d assort?
ment j jf.t reo ivrd. and all the latest stv Ii s.
Sterling MI.YEK-WARE, in sets and ciisis-,
Rridal Presents, and a very fine selection ol
Plated-Ware, Gold Watch and Neck Chair s,
Lockots, elegant Seal, Wedding and Engage?
ment Rings, large stock of Spectacles und
Eyc-GlastcH, Clocks, Musical Boxes, and n
great variety of Fancy Articles, My stork is
the largest and best selected in the Southern
country, and will be sold as cheap as the
lame article can be bought anv where.
Oct24
$100,000
FOR
? E D
GENTS' FiraiNG GOODS,
BOUGHT since the great decline, and we]
am selling thorn at the very lowest
pricss Tor cash. Wo intend to give our ana-1
tumors the advantageol the LOW PRICES.
Como nod see our stock. Wo consider it a
compliment for poreons to call ami rco our
goods_KIN ARD A WILEY. ?
Office City Treasurer,
COLUMBIA, 8. C, Deckuder 27, 1873. i
THE city of Colnmbia will, on the 15th oi1
Jannarv, 1874, commence paying the'
PAST DUE COUPONS of her Bontia. Theyi
will bo paid at the Carolina National Bank,;
also at tbo South Carolina Bank and Trust'
Company's Bank, in this city.
CUAS. BARN UM. City Treasurer.
_ Dec 28 _ {
Mills House Stables.
JUSTrocoived at the above fUa-'
bios, twenty head fine KENTUCKY '
-*r~m^MULES, niost of which aro weih
aroke. Will bo sold ohoap for cash.
tfcptl3 0. N. LONG, Agent.
We have, at this
time, unusual facili?
ties for making fine
Frock Goats and su?
perior made Custom
Garments.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
Fob 7
JUST DECEIVED
A lew c&Bea of
HATS! HATS!
HiE VERY LATEST FASHION
And ho me of the new
SPEING STYLES.
BARGAINS
READY-MADE CLOTHING
AND
GENTS' FORMING GOODS.
WE htvo secured tho prrviccs of a first
clase cutter in our CU 'TOM DT P VRTMENT,
and are making SUITS to o:. ,. in tho latest
913 0<!' E. & W 0. SWAF FIELD.
Notice.
Gnr.i:.- ville and Colvmbia Raiiroad Co., I
Tbfasubeb's Offiox,
Columbia, S. C, January 1,1874.
HOI.D'KhK of the STATE GUARANTEED
BONDS and tho admitted SECOND
Mo in GAGE BONDS of this Company, who
h&vo funded the past due Coupons of eaid
Bonds, matured between January, 1872, and
July. 1873, botb inclusive, are notified that
tho January, 1874, Coupons of eaid Bonds,
and, also, those of the funded Interest Bonds
and Certificates, will be paid on presentation
at this office on the FIFTEENTH 1N8T.
GEO. W. WATERMAN,
Jan 1 Treasurer.
Baltimore & Wilmington, N.G.
Sum-Weekly Steamship Line,
Composed of the first-class Steamships
D. J. FOLEY.Capt. D. J. Pbioe
REBECCA CLYDE.Capt. D. C. Guilds
LUCILLE.Capt. J. 8. Bewhktt
UALEIGH.Capt. J. 8. OiaVEB
WILL hereafter sail from BALTIMOBE
cverv TUESDAY and FH1DAY. and
from WILMINGTON ftvery WEDNESDAY
and SATUHDAY.
Connecting at Wilmington, N. C, with the -
Wilmington, Co'umbia and Augusta Bail
road, giving Through Bills of Lading to and
from all points in North and South Carolina,
Georgia and Alabama.
Connecting at Columbia, S. C, with the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad and Char
?ottft division of the Charlotte, Columbia and
Angusta Railroad.
Connecting at Augusta, Ga., with Georgia,
Macon and Augusta and Central Railroads.
Steamers of this liuo, on arrival in Wil?
mington, stop at Railroad Depot, and tbe
i.'ailrnad Frtight, being b towed separately in
;.Steamer, in trunsferred, nnder covered sheds,
direct to Cars, without delav, and forwarded
? .. ..... .'-^1 !:* I???>>?? ?<.nii<a
I No uiiiyiigp in W*ilmington, and no transfer
j from Wilmington South. Rute* guaranteed
is low atf by any other route, and all looses
or over-charges promptly paid.
Marti all Good* cfn steams! fp to Wilming?
ton, and forv.ard Rille ol Lieiitg to Railroad
A>/' nt, Wilmington, N. C.
For fartherinformation, apply to either of
undersigned Agent* ol ih< lint . ?
ANDREWS A CO . Agvlit* V. tt W. Strnm
.-hip I.iue. No 78 Smith's W1i?mI. Baltimore.
A. D.OAZAUX. Agent B. A W. Sti auiBbip
t.it.e. Wilmiegtt.i N C
A. POPE; Oen. ral Freight Agent.
I . V, UL.VUK As?'t Goii. Frtigbt Ag't.
Wilmington. N. C.
II M COT'f INGHAMi (??i?eral Westen
rttfent. AtVatta. fi . N?v 29 8nioTT
CON&AREK IRON W0BK8,
c OM'NBIA, S. C.
JOHN ALEX AH DEB, Proprietor.
MANUFACTU?
RER OF STEAM
ENGINES, SAW
AND GRIST
MILLS. Gin Gear
in jr. and all kinda
ot Iron Caatinga
for Machinery
and Ornamental
Oa stings for
Stores and Dwell?
ings, Patent Railings for Gardens and Ceme?
teries, Iro l Settee." and Arbor Chairs; aJpo,
Urans Gautings of all kinds. Bells for
Churches, Schools, Work-shops, Ac. Gua?
rantee all my work first clato and (qnafto
any North or South.
Work* at foot of Lady Btreet, and rear to
South Carolina and Greenville and Columbia
Railroad Conipai iea' Depots. Noy 18
OKNC1NK
IMPORTED WINES, EEANDIES, &c
SCOTCH WHISKIES,
Old Jamaica Bum,
Brandies?Otard, Ac,
-ws.u^pp Holland Gin,
bueiry Wine, Port Wine, Madeira Wino.
Also, a largo .steck of Ann old Whiakios,
'' i % a r8 Ac
~ ri,.,i 21 ' J. C REF.OF.RS
Timothy Hay.
TONS prim*TIMOTHY HAY*, for sale
low, for oaf fr HOPE A GYLES.
fiulwer's Great Novel,
TBE PARISIANS, illnstrated?$1 00.
Publicans and Sinners, a Novel, by Miss
Braddon?75 cents.
A I'rincces of Thnlo, a Novel, by author of
"Adventures of a Pirolen',' "Daughter of
Hetb," Ac ?75 cents.
Lowla'e Fortune, a Novol?$1 CO.
Which Shall It Be? a Novel, by author of
the Wooing O'T?85 cents.
Beboe; or. Two Little Wooden Shoes; a
storv, by Ouida?it.fO.
F?b 19 R. I,. BRYAN'S BOOKSTORE.^
Bnodries.
1F?C\l\ BUSHEL8 COBN in storo and
,OU' ' in transit.
400 barrels Flour.
500bushels Peas.
2.000 pounds Feed.
Just in and for sale at popular priocs.
Peb 1 L?RICK ft LOWRANCE.
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