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Gallant Georgia Raises Heb Yoick
fob Oaboltna?An Emphatic) Endorse?
ment OF the TaX-PaTBBS* memorial.?
The following preamble and resolutions
were introduced iu the Georgia Senate,
by Mr. Gil more, and agreed to on
Thursday last, and were concurred in
^bj the House on tho same day:
Whoreas.Xtho tax-paying citizens of
South Carolina,-ia^auuveuliou assem?
bled, have addressed tho morality, tho
justice and patriotism of tho people of
the United States, in a memorial to
Congress, by which it is made to appear
that they are suffering from au organ?
ized system of oppression, under the
form of a local government, inaugurated
amid the chaos of revolution by un?
principled political adventurers, and sus?
tained through tho co-operation of their
unfortunate dupes, tho recently en?
franchised negroes; and whereas, this
appeal to the people comes to us, citi?
zens of Georgia, who, through Provi?
dence, have escaped tho tyranny of the
oppression which these, our brethren of
South Carolina, have so long endured;
therefore, be it
Resolved, by tho Senate and Honso of
Representatives of Georgia, That the
representations mado by the. memorial
of the Tax-payers' Convention, recontly
held iu Columbia, S. C, present a cata?
logue of outrage and wrong scarcely
having a parallel iu the annals of Ohiist
ian civilization, and is an appeal to the
patriotism and moral sense of tho peo?
ple of tho United StatcP, demanding
their gravest consideration.
Resolved, Thut as tho genius of our
Republioan form of government rests in
?courity only in the virtue and intelli?
gence of tho oitlzeu, theso cannot be ig?
nored without destroying the safe
guards of liberty, and without corrupt?
ing the form of government eutablished
by our fathers.
Resolved, That wo extend our sympa?
thy to tho good people of South Caro?
lina in the ordeal through which they
have been oalled to pass; and while we
cannot but admire tho spirit and for?
bearance and fortitude with which they
have endured theso outrages and suf?
fered these wrongs, wo condemn the
perpetrators thereof as being responsi?
ble for the material ruiu of a gallant
people and the overthrow of the Repub?
lican government of a great State.
Resolved, That our representatives iu
the Congress of tho United States be re?
quested to co-opsrate with the delegates
from the ??Tax-Payers' Convention," of
South Carolina, in securing such repre?
sentation of their grievances, and re?
medy therefor, as may be deemed expe?
dient.
Resolved, That his Excellency tho Go?
vernor be requested to transmit those
resolutions to tho President and mem?
bers of the "Tax-Payers' Convention,"
of South Carolina.
A Son of a Cadolinian in Parlia?
ment.?At the recent eloctiou for Par?
liament in Great Britain, Thomas
Cordes, Esq., was returned by a hand?
some majority from the uuited boroughs
of Monmouth, Newport and Usk, as a
Conservative. The parents of Mr.
Cordes were both South Caroliuians.
Why does a sculptor die the most
horrible of doaths? Because ho makes
faces and busts.
Mark Twain's Last.
? i uou.oi'.e AUL?A Story or To-Day,
X with 100 plateB.
Adventnrcs of an Attorncv in Search of
rraotieo, by Warren?*2.25.
Autobiography aim Memoir oi Rev. Dr.
Guthrie?$2.
Apes and Mnn. by Mivert?$1 50.
Lenders of Puhhc Opinion in Ireland, by
Lcckc?$1.75.
Leclf o's Ilistory of Rationalism, 2 volumes.
Lecko'd European Murals, 2 volumes.
Tho Huguenots in France, by Bridles- $2.
And other New Honks, for ?alo at
Fob 19 R. L. BRYAN'S BOOKSTORE.
City Money Wantec1..
WANTED to purchase $5,000 in CiTY
MONEY. Apply at the Smith Caro?
lina Bank and Xiu*t Coinpaiy.
Fob 2G _ H ARDx SO LOM0N. _
Seed Oats.
TAA BUSHELS Primo WHITE SPRING
i \J\ f SEED OATS, tor sale low for cash.
Feb 1 HOPE A GYLES.
Notice to Tax-Payers.
OFFICE OF CITY OLEBK,
Columbia. S. C, March 3, 1871.
THE boons of the city for City Taxes close
on March 15. All Taxes not paid on or
before that date will ho subject to a i en&lty
of ton per cout. on gross amount of Tax.
GUA3. BARN UM, City Treasurer.
March 5
New Garden Seeds.
FORTY-FOLD PEAS, ^
Keye's Extra Eaily Prolific T?w-o,
Arlington Tomato, j f
Black: Pekin Egg Plant, \
Canada Victor Tomato, *
Cannon Ball Cabbage,
Marble-bead Mammoth Cabbage,
Early Adams Corn. For sale at
E. H. HEINITSH'S
Feb 22 + Drug and Seed Storo.
THE!)
BY J. A. SELBY.
Spoolal Uotiooia.
OBST.VCLKK TO MA It ft CAGES ?'JAIM'Y
RELIEFFOR YOUNG MEN trotn the cffacis
of errors and nbu-m in early lifo.? Manhood
Kctstorcd. imp*diniouta to Karriu?o re?
moved. New method of treatment. New
and remarkahh; remedies. Borke and Cir
oalard uont frue. ill uea.ol envelopes. Ad?
dress, HOW A WE ASSOCIATION, No. 2
Sooth Ninth Strocc. Philadelphia, Fa?an
institution having a high reputation for
honorable conduct and professional nkill.
Fob 10 |jV3<no
Neuralgia,
Eiarrhcoa,
Lameness,
Toothache,
Hoarsened
Piles, Headache,
Boils, Old Sores,
Burns, Soreness,
Scalds, Sprains,
.,, Ulcers. Wounds,
Sore Throat, Colic, Bruises,
Rheumatism, Hemorrhages,
March 1 tlT3mo
THE MILD POWER <??
HCMPII I* JETS'
HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS
HAVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST
nmplo experience, an cntiru Biirci'-?. Simple,
Proinut, Efficient nuclKijliiilile. They are the only
inedicunes perfectly adapted to popular Ui??so
Bimplo that mistakes cannot he niude In Uffntf
them ; bo harmless ns to he freo from danger; juiii
fo efficient as to Ik* always reliable. They have ti.'.>
highest commendation from nil, and will nlwnyi
I. rendcrsatisfaclion. Price, inlnrtjctLreo-drcthiu
vials, with directions:
No*. Cure?. Cent?.
1. Fever?, Concretion, Inflammation-:, . . 30
2. Worms, Wurm FoTcr, Worm Colic, . . 30
8. tVyliic-Culic, orTecthiijgof Infant*, . SO
4. IHnrrhiKn, of Children er Adult*, . . 10
5. Dysentery, tinping, Uihoun Colic, . . 30
C. Cliw'.frn-.'.Iorbm, Vomi(in.... 30
7. Coughs, Cold*, Bronchitis,.so
rVeiirt'Ift-Ia,Toothache, Fnccaehe, ... 30
0m If cad&cltes, Biete Headache, Vertigo, . 30
10. i>y>ipepsin, I'.i'ioua Btomnch, .... SO
II? Suppressed, or Painful Periodr, . . . 30
12. YVnttcs, *.co Profusa Periods, . . . fO
H. Croujt, Cough, DitHohlb Bnathiiur, . . .'?)
M. Kalfcltncitm, Erwipclas, EnipWon*, . SO
W. ltheiun.ittlitin,P.heuin;itiePai:H, . . . SO
10. Fever uitil Ague, Chill Fever, Ajnox, SO
17. J*ilos. blind or hireling,..'j
IK. Oplttnnlmy, and Sore oT^vVnls Eyes, . .'?)
W. Catarrh, Acuiour Chronic Iniiuon/a, . ."C>
20. \V1?oo|?1?C-CoxibH, Violent Coughi, .
Auttnna, oppre-jL-l Brenthhu?, ... to
22. Hai? ?UcUnrges, ImpciiedD . ariier. . 3.?
23. Scrofula,ElifaigwlGhmd^^W'-'Uin^ -, . SO
25. itropsy i ud Scanty Secret im w, . . . . SO
23.' 8ea?Sicls?eaBj6icJuies8 from It id inj, . '0
27. Kldu?y-I>f?ei???f Gravel, . . . . . : i
Kcr\-ou4 Debility. Seminal T\ eafciw *
K]tTnTalTrntr!rv ?>'.'.,?!!,.iv...--.' ' i
i0. Soi"?,aio>v?ll?,?V.iker, . . . . . .
Vrlni" ri* \". ? ' btess, W etting the IJ-.m, .? )
PnliiiTiU V ?-. i-h Spiuiuis, . . mi
SiiRi-rif. ? i: ? ar^'CLifc, . . . .J| ?
K?llen ..< .-. : , a:.>itu? l)nne-.', . l?i
*.' i i R.irn Throat.. .
Id and
fin c;>
r. eo
30
HI
63
81,
:u. Mphttt- .
83. Chronic congr-dlana a?l Lrupi
FAMILY CASK.'!.
Cane [Morocco) with whova ?5 lm ??
Manual of Dir? ? pom, . .
Case (Morocco) of - > forge vl;i .? nwl ???-.
n-i?-Tlicso remecilrH uie rent l?y viie
on*? or iiltic,le J??v to any part
c?nntry, frte of cliar?rei *\\ rccefxie of
price. AtldrcRM
^umfe5K^pa?t?iclfodicino Co.,
Ol?cound Depot, No. SM Rim>adwav. Sr.w Yonu.
For Sale )>y allI?rtigtrl?ta.
For Ruh: by Geiger .'i McGregor, A iron is.
Den 17 _iXU
Kb0M3 TO LET.
ROOMS for Lawjerj, Iiuurauco Agents,
Brokern, or other biitjneas or professional
men.
ALhO,
SLEEPING ROOMS in the new CENTRAL
NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
The Building has been Bnishod with spe?
cial view to the convenience and comforts of
tenants. APPLY AT THE BANK.
Feb 12 _ lmo
Feed! Feed !! Feed!!!
HAY,
CORN,
OATS,
BRAN,
Constantly on hand and for Balo low bv
Fob 24 JOHN AGNEW &. SON.
Columbia KoteL
firs t ci.iss hoiisk-$:i 00
PKM. DAY.
A CHANGE uf inanagomont,
It aud many consequent improve
i? merits, enables the proprietors to
offVr to tho traveling pub.iomoro
?-!- comforts and conveniences than
can bo obtained at any other
house in tho citv. TELEGRAPH
OFFICE, RATH and BILLIARD
S ROOMS in tho house. Every at
k tent ion guaranteed.
P GORMAN & CALNAN,
March 4 Proprietors.
D. F. FLEMING & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers and Manufacturers of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
1(1 30 413
VS'E are now receiving a largo anu woll-soleotod stock of ROOTS AND
SHOE'*, comprising every variety, which are offered for sale at the LOWEST
MARKET PRICES. All gnoda with our brand are warranted.
D. F. FLEMING & CO.,
Nu ? Uiiyni- street, corner uf Chart It atretf,
CHARLESTON, S. C
"Let our Just Censure
COLUMBIA, S. C, KRIDAY
Notice.
PERSONS wishing Ao subscribe Tor tlio j
followiug rare ami valuable wori ? will
plcaeo address tho Agent at the Hendrix
House Immediately: "Apploton'a New Ame?
rican Cyclopedia; '.'(lenoral Lee's Life and
Campni^uo," by J. E. Coolie; "General .lohn- |
Blon's New Boob on tho Lato War;" "Tracy'a i
i Businc** Hook or Guido;" ""Wm. H. Scwaro's
Lifo and Travels Around tho World," illus?
trated; "Horse Doctor;" "Smith's Compre?
hensive Dictionary of tho Bible;" " Trea?
sures of Humors,"by W. 1-;. Burton, Conic-j
di&ri, or "Appleton'a Cyclopedia of Wit and
I Humora;" "Tho LoalheY Stocking TalcH," by
! Funnlmuro Cooper: Cooper's Sea Tales, five
i volumes in one. These works are only sold
to subscribers. Apply soon to the Agent,
i Fcb27tl JA MKS A. Mc'JOUMACK.
Seegers' vs. Cincinnati Beer.
rSWl)} Cincinnati (lazi'tte mukus the aato
A liishing announcement that. Cincinnati
liccris no longer p".ro, bnt adulterated with
molsKses, angar of starch, fnscl oil and the
pi;i ionoua.co cliieum. The Commissioner cf |
Agricnlturo, in Iiis report for 1M55, says that
Prof. Map?*, <>f New York, analyzed tliubcor
from a dozen different breweries, and found
all of it adulterated. C'ificnluH Indiens and j
mix voiuica entered hirgely into its conipoHi- j
tiou.
J. C. SFEfiETiS guarantees bi-j leer to ho
pure and reliable, lie do .? not adulterate
it, but brews from the Lett barley, malt nnd
bops. Jan 2:i
lOlfEY TO LOAN,
On itiarketabie Collaterals
EXCHANGE on N-w York, Haiti more,
Philadelphia, Host >n and iti" prominent
cities of ti:? United Stales and Euio.ie
bought- and sold.
DEPOSITS recoived And interest bearing
oertilioates waned.
STOCKS, li tUDH, GOLD and sli.VElt
bought and Bold.
ACCOUNTS of merchants and others from
tho citv and eon ti try solicited, and LIUEftAL
LINES OF DISCOUNTS granted by the
CENT UAL NATIONAL LANK,
Cornt of Piuin arid P.ichatdscn ttrceit,.
Feb 21 _
am 11ein.
An additional stock* of new MUSICAL |
MCRCHANDISF has \<itt been rrciwd at!
the above place, and will be disported ol at
prices to suit all. Qall and examine. The j
location is next dr.or South of the Phoenix i
ofli.'-e. Feh 21 Imo i
BOY ONLY Tflh GENUINE !
Il 5" m. a ?% rat. a at mjar *?r>' I !
ti}
Standard Scales I
STOCK SCALES, COM. SCALES, HAY
SCALES, DAIItV SOAIF.S, CO1'.' *. KS
SCALES, Ac, Ac.
Series repaired prompt'?/ und reitbuablv.
For sale, also, LET i Lit PlJKSSLS, and
the moat perfcet
' ALUM lUSi! BSAWEB!
I-'iios Alarm TtU c.o.'t.
EV'EP.Y
Merchant
<Uc>VI 1)
i Use Them.
l.VKliY
rriUMFfijal
i :.? r.i. ted.
POl DAT
Fairbanks'Scale Warehouses,
FAIRBANKS & CO.,
?jii uaoAowAV, new yojik.
lCfi Baltimore Hticet, Baltimore.
.r?.1 Camp Street, Now Orleana.
PAtlUJtXK-; Ai EWIXtJ,
Masonic Mall. Philadelphia.
rAiitu/ixic?, nnovv.v a: t o.,
2 Milk Street, Loston.
POLLAItl) & CO .Agrntf,
AuRiista. Ga.
Kor eale hv It. D. SENN A r ON, Columbia.
B.C. Jen 23 fn,27
Breakfast Bacon,
BUFFALOTONGUKS.MESS MA' KEKEL.
LEAF LAUD, PIGS' PEK I", lor sale low
bv HO I'D A OYLES. I
The Old Ue'.iablo Home
tir KOU nttl'US AMI srrds.
-to
JUST recoived, new bEl- DS, new varieties
of Cahbago, 1'naH and Corn. For saio at
Jan 17 i
HEINI I'SU'S Drugstore.
Medicated and Other Medicines.
HARRACK'S celebrated VValnnt Candy,
Ueiniteh's Cough C'ouh ctions,
Alarrthmo'ilcw Drop*, pnro and Irebh,
Carbolic Candy, for nine throat,
Monrhoijini Candy, fur eo'.di?.
Peppermint Drops, for the dlgi ation,
Cocoa Caramol, tor t he -torn,ich.
Jim Crows, a, pleaMani diuner confection,
Jordan Almonds, a!'w-i diiiuermit to ?rndt,
Cream Chocolate, n swi <-t soothing thine,
All for sale at H El N1 I'rtM'rt T'rng Si ore,
Deo27 i Opnosite Puo.ni:: Ofl'ico.
Sugar-Oauo gyrup.
"I BAltllELS very superior and pur
lej Southern-madi-SYTtliP, for sal? bv
Jan'J HOPE A GYLES.
Ven\60n Haras.
NFW SUPPLY juot received at
F. h2fi _ HOPE A GYLES'.
Buckwbcat.
RSSU Now Hulled UUCKWHEAT, for
s\lo hv
A
F
L?RICK v I.I1W1! V ( r.
Big Honnny.
M?-d
HOPE .'c GYL'-'S
5BaIt lELf? freuh kiln ilrlwl, l.v
.Tan M
MORNING, MARCH G. 1874.
Fourth Grand Gift Concert,
* KOlfTnn.BENEFIT OF TIIF.
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
5 UCCESS A UHEJJ !
tij-X Wt.h OKA WING J"va
Oa Turstlayi 31st of March. i:ext.
IN ORDER TO MEET TilE GENERALI
wish and expectation of Iho public and i
of tin: lickot-holdcra, tor tho foil payment]
of tlic intguificcnt gilta, announced lor the i
Fourth Grand Gift Concert of tho Public li- ??
hrary of Kentucky, tho management liavo do
tormincd to postpone tho Concert and Uran*- j
iug until Tuesday, tho Slat of March, 1874. ]
NO FURTHER POSTPONEMENT,
No d->ubt id entertained of tho salo of
overy ticket bcloro tho drawing, but whether
all aic tydd or not, tho Concert and Drawing
will positively ana unequivocally lake place
on tho day now fixed, and if any reniaiu im
aold they will bo canceled ;u.<i the- prizes
will be reduced in proportion to the uocoid
tickets.
Only (id.COO tickets have been issued and
13,000 CASH GIFTS,
Will ho difltribatod among tickct-hoMcre.
Tho tickets uro printed iucoupons of tenths,
slid all fractional parts will bo represented
in the drawing just aa whole tickets arc.
1,1 ST OP GIPTS.
1 Grand Cash Gift.$2."P,000
1 Grand Cash Gilt. 1011.01)0
1 Grand Gash Girt. .10.0(10
1 Grand Cash Gilt. 23 000
1 Grand Caah Gift. 17.000
10 Cash Gifts, $10,0.r:0 each. 1(;D 000
30 Cash Giftu, ",,01)0 each. 150.000
50 Caeh Gifts, 1,000 each. . 50,000
80 Oath (lifts, Gilo each. -10.000
100 Cash Gifts, 10.1 each. -10 0 0
150 Gash Gifts, 300 each. 15,000
250 Cash Gifts, 200 oaeh. 60,000
:i25 Cash Gifts, Kit) each. 32.500
11,000 Gash Gilts, 50 cacli. 550,000
Total 12 000 Giftu, all cash,
amounting to.$1,500,000 ]
Tho chancoa for a (lift aro :*.s oue tu live.
PR1CIC OF TICKETS.
Whole tickets, {50; halves, $25; tonths, or
each ci-upon, $5; eleven whole ticket? for
$500; 22i tieltets. Tor f 1,000; 113 whole tickets
tor 55.000; 227 whole tickets for $10,000. No
discount on Ichh Mian $500 worth o( tickets.
Tho Fourth Gilt Concert will he conducted,
in all reupectn, like tho thrio winch have [
already been given, and full particulars may j
bo learned from circulars, which will be tent
free from thin oiVico to all who apply for |
tbem.
Orders for tickets and applications for
agencies will be attended loin the order they
aro received, and it ib hoped they will bo
aent iu promptly, that theropnay bo no dia
uppoiuiment or delay in tilling all. Liberal
terms given to those who buy to sell again.
All agt ntH aro peremptorily required to sett In
up their accounts and return all unsold
tickets by the L'Oth day of March.
THO-i. Vi. RR AM EE TTK,
Agent Public Library Kentucky and Mana?
ger Gift Concert, I'ublic Library Rnilding,
lv.nuvi'lc, Kentnckv. Dec 17 wf
Tickets tor sale by D. GAMRRILL, broker.
Columbia, R. O.
WM. M. FINE'S
?xate uapiioi aaioon.
/~\ THE beat oi WINES, LIQUORS,
^li&rREGARS, TOBACCO, etc., con
^SflSr nlantly on hand. Noifolh OYS
i hie, in at.d ont c f iho si < Si. Give him *
call. .J.';iO
Hay and Ct:rn
RALES I'rihioTJMOTlj Y it'AV.
\J} T SODhntheN Piimo White.Con:.
.Tu.t. r.-< (:???<'!. ai d tor.'ale at am usual o ?
inb.-oM, foi- e-esh unlv.
P. b 12 JOB N AG N K ?'. .?. SON.
INSURANCE.
HAVING resigned the i?g?uiy >t the
An:.hern l.if.. Inenri ??>?.? Cuicpa y. ve?
il i v? c>nui'Clc d nurse! v? a with the
C !t?:i States Life Insniviiiee Company
] V.*. 1' JOHNSON, -'.?*.'?
Pi j eidcin . i ??! ? i iry.
i C.ipi'f.j . .*?"?.jlJ.bOti
? ^t i?.' Depo.aits.!50 (iCO
I ThoCoiupanv frani* policies on hoiii ilo
[STOCK AND All' I UAL FLANS, giving n
: non-narticij'itling policy holders the advant?
age of premiums lkss by twenty p. r c nt.
I than rintnrI rates.
I it will establish BOARDS OF ADVISORY
TRUSTEES in the principal cities ?<.' tho
I State, and will contract with said boards to
I invest In said cities seventy per cent, of tba
! net premiums taken there, thus making it a
1 Home Company in Each Locality.
I Wo confidently roconinicad tbia etaunch
] Southern Company to our frlonds and tho
I uublic, and beape?k a continuance rif Liod
patronage heretofore >.xtoud< d to us.
BLACK A WARING,
General Agents for South Carolina.
Active and reliable canvas*-. r? wanted with
whom we will make liberal Cbiitrncts.
Fob 21 !5n??
Cannon Ball.
FAMOUS CABBAGE SEED, juat received^
Cannon Rail Cabbage,
j Marblehead Mammoth,
Fjtler'aEarly Drumhead,
i Carter's. Extra Early Cabbage,
I Winuiuqatadt, Schuleufuet, French, Ox
ID ut and other kind j.
ALSO,
j Ke>'s Extra Early Prolific Tomato,
Extra Early Teas, Corn, Onion Sets.
A'.l warr&ntod and cheap,at headquarters,
for good seed. E. II. HEINITSIFS
I dan 301 Drug S'oro.
Stanley's CoRgn ..yrup
; /"1URES all kinds of Coughs, Uoarstncse,
'? \j Brnnoliltie, incipient Cor.M.Dption. Try
'it; don't delay; a Cough f t - worae with
j every day't, neglect. For snie ;>t
! UovSt uklNITS?'S Dl.UG STORE.
~A MEDICINE WORTH HAVINO K
j IIBIMTSIIVS Qt'KES'S IIICI.IGI1T,
FOR Sick lleadacbe, Bilituis Attr-.ckp. Con?
stipation, Sour Stomach. Dyspepsia, In
I dlgnation, Scrofula. Jaundice, Pain in the
Mack, Nouralgia, Dropsy, Sltin Diseases,
Losa of Appetite, Depression of *-*]>*ri:o,
I Heartburn, llhoumatiKm, Nervousncts, Mo
'? laucboly, Rilioua Fever, Co??:vi n< .
Ask for Heinitsh'f Q-ieenV Delight; none
ilher is u( nnitie. Fi?r h ?'c> h\
? l)ecl*.i+ K. H. IIEINITSH'S Drug SI ore,
Dricirt Peaches.
K f\/\ LBS PEELED Dili I I I F.AC HKS
0\J\J Vi I 3 Hope .< ><s'.? n.
VOL. TX?NO. ,
NE W GOODS!
NEW. GOODS!
Every Week! - ^
Winter Dress Goods
at Low Down Prices,
byC. F. JAGSSON,
Xieader X*ow Prices,1
3.28 Main Street.
Feh 1
NEW
SPRING GOODS
GRAHD CENTRAL
I DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT
I i
of
WM. D,
i
OUIt STOCK at present i* complete in all
thn dtpartmeuts.
\Yc cordially invite all purchasers of goods,
to osaiuine onr au?ortmint before making
their Hclcctione, aa a call at our establish?
ment will save them TIME aud MONEY.
NEW SPUING OOODd Alt HIVING DAILY.
First class Goods, at low prices, can always1
be purchased at
The Grand Central
Dry Goods Establishment
oi
WM. D. LOVE & CO.,
Under the Wheeler House.
WM. ?. LOVE. B. B. McCREERY.
_Ft:h_l_ _
Sunday Smoking,
free of cost, .at the
California Cigar Store.
For further in form a
itioii, call and see for
I yourself.
I M.SULZ3AOHER.
.1 an r.i _ _:
I Jewelry! Jewelry! Jewelry!
WM. GLAZE,
VI his new store, Main htreet, nearly op
; os-ite the Central Natt? nal Pi') k. has
a lart:?-t?nd beautiful stock of line WA'l CH Es
?'.tin t:id key winders, from tbo best Eu?
ro i tea n .- uitJ it-an mcuuiuci uim) ai.d p!
Ihi.s o-.vn in: port at ii u. in gold and u'ttver ciicee,
JEWELRY! An unrivaled a&poit
hu i!' just receivtd. Mid all the Jatctd styhs.
Sterling MI.VEJt-NVAltE, in selb nod cusrr,
? '.::'it.-!l iLeents, tud a very line seltcth n i?t
; i'h ted Ware, Cold W'&lcli mid Neck Chains,
r.- v!.c'f, elegant Seal, Wedding and Engage?
ment Lings, large Ktoek o! Spectacles und
IE-}e-Gi ?? aui, Clocks, Musical Boxes, and a
, nri.it Vaiiotv of Fancy Anich*. My stock is
! the largest and b<-r.t selected in the southern
I country, and will' bo enld as che ap as the
I tame article can bo bought ai-ywLt-ro.
Oct 21
?100,000
IN
FOR
CLOTHING
HEMS' FIRMING GOODS,
BOUGHT eiuoe the great decline, and we
aio selling them at the very loweet
prices for cash. We intend to give our eua
tomeis thn advantageol the LOW PRICES.
Oomo and sco our stock. We coneidui it a
compliment for persons to call aud see our
V'ood.1_KINARD A WILEY.
Office City Treasurer,
COLUMBIA, 8. 0.,Dbo?mbeb 27, 1873.
THE city of Colnmbta will, on tho I5th ot
January, 1874, commence pajinp the
PAST DUE COUPONS of bor Boutfs. They
will bo paid at the Carolina National Bank;
also at tho South Carolina Bank aud Trust
Com pah)'s Bank, in this city.
CHAS. EARN I'M, City Treasurer.
Pr e CS
Mills Homo Stables.
JUST received at tho above Sta?
hlen, twenty head fino KENTUCKY
?ii^i?MnLU8, most of whioh arc well
broke, Wjii hi sold cheap for caab.
1 t;optl3 J. N. LONG, Agent.
We have, at this
time, unusual facili?
ties for making .fine
Prock Goats and su?
perior made Custom
Garments.
E. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
Fob 7
JUST RECEIVED
A few caeca of
HATS! HATS!
THE VERY LATEST FASHIONS
And eome of the new
SPRING STYLES.
BARGAINS
BEADY-MADE CLOTHING
AND
GEMS' Fl'RNISIliNG GOODS.
WE have secured Hie errviceaof a Grot
class cutter in our CU ITOJI DTP VIITMENT,
and are making SUITS to . in the laics'.
itylcH.
R. & V7 Q. SWAFFIELD.
Notice. )
G]:Li:.\Y]LI.E and Coi.USJBIA railuoad Co.,
TnKAsrnEii'B Office,
Colombia, B. C, January 1,1874.
HOLDKRS of tbc STATE GUARAN1EEB
BONDS and tbc admitted SECOND
MORTGAGE BONDS of tbia Company, wbo
have funded the pant duo Coupons of said
Bonds, matured between January, 1672, and
July, 1873, both inclueivo, are notified tbat
the January, 1874, Coupons of eaid Bonds,
and, also, thoso of the funded Interest Bonds
and CerlificatcB, will be paid on presentation
at this office on the FIFTEENTH IN8T.
GEO. W. WATERMAN,
.Tan 1 Treasurer.
D..l+;?~_0_ TTTZ1_-_X--vr <i
uciiuiuui Cd II Aiming L.UU, X% . V .
Semi-Weekly Steamship Line,
Compoeed of the firat-claFs Steamships
D. J. FOLEY.Capt. D. J. Pbice
REBECCA CLYDE.Capt. D. C. Cbild?
LUCILLE.Capt. J. S. Bennett
RALEIGH.Capt. J. 8. Ouveb
WILL hereafter pail from BALTIMORE
every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, and
bom WILMINGTON every WEDNESDAY
ind SATURDAY.
Connecting at Wilmington, N. C, with the
Wilmington, Co'nmbia and Augnitta Bail
road, giving Through Bill* of Lading to and
from all point m in North and South Carolina,
Georgia and Alabama.
Connecting at Colombia, S. C, with the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad and Char?
lotte division of the Charlotte, Columbia and
Augusta Railroad.
Connecting at Aup,ut*ta, Ga., with Georgia.
Macon and Angnula and Central Railroadu.
btciimere of t) is lino, on arrival in Wil?
ounKton, stop &l Railroad Depot, cud the
Steamer, is ti auHferrcd, under covei i d sheds,
direct to Cartt, without delay, a:.d foiw.irded
by the fact Freight Express that evenieg.
So dravnge in Wilmington, ?.m? dm transfer
front NNilmington South. Raton guaranteed
as lo? ax by any other route, and all lot-ecu
or over-charges promptly pi id.
Mark all Good* rf?i Stesuifddp to Wiloiing
.'on. and forward Bills of Biding t<> I'siSwad
Agent, WUuiii gtcn, N. c.
For fillHit r inf i ja.il'?> >?? ??';?:? lo. eilfcci o?
undersigned / sei Is of she lino
ANDREWS .V t.i. , .'.g* : i i: .\ W.St<?.jrt
rl>i;' I hie, No 7 ". ? ? i 1.'; 1; r>. Riiitiiuoio
A. D. CaZALX. Act-in b .v W. Si? i.msl ip.
? .is c. WihtiihgG ... N C.
A. POPE, flrfi- rslFr, }..;.; .?.. r; '
b. V CLkl.K .-Ms'I Gen Fi< ij lit A;, j
W?niingt n. N < ?
I! V. : INCH/a! ' ?!- !.- Wr*?
(Kent. At not;- * ? u N?>^ 28 I'Diiui
OON'tAPF?' IRCN WOB KS,
t Ol.I'M ".T A, >. Vi
JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor
GrZtZ&m MANUFAOTF
REH OF STEAM
ENG TN ES, SAW
AND GRIST
MILLS. Giu Gear?
ing, Mid ah kind*
ot Iron Casting*
lor M achiuery
and Ornamtula!
G a e t i n g a for
Stores and Dwell?
ings, Pafeut Railing* for Gardeit* and Ceme?
teries, Iron Settees and Aibor Cbairs; aho,
Brass Casting? of all kiude. Bells for
Chnrche?, Schoo!?, Woik-shop?, Ac. Gjis
rantae all my wotk first clats and iqr.aito
any North or S?rth.
Works at foot ot Lady slrrct, and j>esr to
Houth Carolina and Greenville and Cnlunthii
Hbilroad Companies' Depul*. N< ? 18
OKM'IMO
IMPORTED WINES, BRANDIES, fic
SCOTCH WHIPK1ES,
Old Jamaica Rom,
Brandies?Otard, Ac,
BollnndGin,
Sherry Wine, Port Wine, Madeira Wine.
Also, a largo steck of ?ne old WhisLies,
Cigara, Ac.
Deo 21 J. C. SEEOERS
, Timothy Hay.
TONS prime TIMOTHY DAY. for sale
low, for c?g * HOPE & OYLES.
Bulwor's Great Novel,
THE PARISIANS, illustrated?? 00.
Publicans and Sinners, a Novel, by Miss
Braddou?75 cents.
A Princess of Thu'o, a Novel, by author of
"Adventures of a Phn'ton,' "Daughter of
iictb," Ac ?75 cents.
Lelda's Fortuno, a Novel--$1 CO.
Which Shall It Be? a Novel, by author of
the Wooing O'T?85 ccuIb.
Robee; or. Two Little Wooden Shoes; ?.
storv, bv Onidn?41 60.
Fi b 10 R. I,. BRYAN'S BOOKSTORE.
Sundries.
Iff rw\B?SnELR CORN in store e.:.J.
9 in trsnt-it.
?too ln.rruls Flour.
500 bushels Peas.
1 000 pofinds Feed.
JiiHt in and for sale at, popular prices.
Feh 1 L?RICK k LOW RANCE
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