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The saelo of Mies Pollard, "a pretty
Binghemton milliner," has recently
died, leaving her a fortnneof 8400,000.
ThiB little incident baa renderedher
extremely beantifol in face and form,
and from the number of young men
who now visit her shop, you would
naturally suppose that bbe keep*) a
beer saloon and sells the very best
article of "the cup which cheers, but
not inebriates," at three cents a glass,
with a holiday free luooh six times a
day.
Some interesting experiments were
made recently by the French military
authorities at St. Oermain, upon a
number of Boman machines of war,
modelled after those now preserved as
relies. The orgager (an engine acting
eomewbat like a sling) threw stones a
distanoe of more than 064 feet; the ar?
rows from the catapults travelled 081
feet in six seconds, hitting the target
every time when placed at naif that
-distanoe; and the stoneB 1311? feet a
second.
dpi. Charles Yonug, a freight con?
ductor on the Air Line Railroad, was
run over and killed, while attempting
to oonplo Homo oars at King's Moun?
tain station, on the night of the 1th.
When found, a wheel was literally on
the body?the screams of the unfortu?
nate man having reached the eats of
the engineer, who stopped the train.
Only two weeks ago, a colored brake
man was killed at same station. Capt.
Young was from Atlanta, Oa.
In the present CongresB, Fernaudo
Wood, of New York, has the distinc?
tion of having served a term (1811-13)
at an earlier date than any other now
a member of the House. But io the
next Congress is elected the venerable
Ex-Qov. Phillip F. Thomas, of Mary?
land, who served the term 1839-11.
Wm. D. Kol ley, of Pennsylvania, will
be the "father of the Honse" in tho
next Congress, by virtue of continu?
ous service since 1811.
Paying pon "Loyalty."?Tho oityj
of Conoord, N. If., belied its name
some time in tho early pnrt of the late
war by permitting a mob to destroy a
Democratic newspaper office for ex?
pression of disloyal sentiments. Re?
cently the taxable inhabitants of that
city nave had to pay for the loyal fun,
Huit for- considerable damages conse?
quent upon tho amusement having re-1
suited in favor of the newspaper.
A tomb-stoue at Saratoga lifts up a 1
warning voice to single women in the :
following manner: "Emma, daughter'
of Abraham and Matilda C?, and wife
of Theodore S?, died August 10, '08, i
M 26'yrs, leaving five children?mar?
ried too young, against her father's
will. Single women, take warning."
Robinson Crusoe's Island, iu South
Pacific Ocean, is now peopled by! a
German colony of about seventy, who .
landed in 1862. On their arrival they i
found large Hooks of goats, thirty half!
wild hordes, sixty asses and a number;
of other domestic animals.
An additional reason why the capital 1
sueuld be removed from Atlanta is i
when you a6k a man there to t ike a
drink, he replies, "No, thank you, but
I'll jUBttake a quarter n worth ot candy
borne to tho children."
The stables and track of tha South
Uarolina Jockey Club, near Charles?
ton, have been put in fine order, in
anticipation of the coming races, und
it is expected that many Northern rac?
ing men will carry horses thither.
The spiritualists eoem to be gaining
strength from recent investigations of
their mysterious ways. Nearly every
exchange wo look at tins a notice of a
gathering of them end of their foolish
works.
A woman has bueu arrested iu Balti?
more who had for year- carried on a
system of fraud upon eewing girls by
taking their wagt*, und driving them
through sheer ueeessity lo lead disso?
lute lives.
The pretty French fashion of wear?
ing a band of wide black velvet ribbou
aronnd the neck, is in vogue again.
Maidens with crane-like necks are ex?
ceedingly grateful.
A Wifconein man recently kilted six
skunks in one dev. After interview?
ing the first one, he became reckless,
and so went on.
Missouri bus an editor named Mudd.
He throws himself occasionally ?t his
cotemporaiies and is an old^Clny man.
A resideut of Sewell's Point, Ya..
bus lost seven wiveH and now petitions
lor a license to marry tho eighth.
Dyer McJnnhin cut Jarno? Trotter's
("uroat during a drunken spree in Tick
ens oo Sunday lust.
Jonathan Sturgix, hu old and promi?
nent merchant of New York, died on
the 5th; aged 73.
Free Lectures
EVERY day and evening, on Main Street,
byO.FRUdHEE HOWARD, of Han
Francisco, California, now at Columbia
Hotel, author of tho CALIFORNIA CAL?
CULATOR, nrioe'Pifty Cents, illustrating
hie new and wonderful rules. All may
now be "quick at figures." Dec I! "5
Holiday Goods.
IDESIRE to call public attention to my
stock of IJOLIDAY GOODS, consisting
"f Oalifornia Pears, Canton Ginger, Pre
soivoa and Jellies of all kinds; Walnuts,
Peoaos, Brazil Nute, Filberts AlmondB:
Lemons, Oranges, Apples, Cranberries and
Dried FIrs, Pleasant Valloy Grapes, (in
boxes,) Prunes, Citron, Currants, Malaga
and London Haver and Seedless Raisins,
Deo 6 Imp JOHN E. GYLES, Agent.
Hew Bogar-Cured Haras.
1 Cid NEW *<>RK sugar-cured HAMS,
LV/v/ choice quality, Uitsl received and
for sale. by_ _ JOHN AGNEW A HON.
? Now Is Your Time.
OA CIGARS at Two Dollars
&\r)\J\J\J and Fifty Cents per Hun?
dred. Now is tho time for dealers and
consumers to save monoy.
PERRY A SLAWSON,
Indian Girl Cigar Store,
Den <* Columbia. S. C. I
Reading matter on every pago.
I
BY J. A. SELLiY. CO
B
Bricks! Bricks! !
FOR SVLE, 100,000 BRICKS, of aood
quality, made at the well known Kin*
lor Yard. 8. A. PEA ROE. Jn , Ageot,
Dert 4 0 Ofiloe in Palmer'* building
New Orleans Molasses.
Kf\ BARRELS oboiee now orop New Or
Ov_7 loans MOL AHSES, jual rooeiyed
direct from New Orleans, and for sale at
wboleaalo and retail.
Dec 5 JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Kerosene, 20 Cents Gallon.
PURE KEROSENE OIL, Un??d State* !
Standard, constantly ou band and for i
ealo at '20 cent? per gallon and ~> centF per 1
quart. JOHN AONEW k SON. |
(Jakes and Crackers.
WE are agents far GARNE AN, HiL
LAD ?V CO.'S celebrated Machbw]
Steam. Bakery, and oder a full line of their
goods at low prices n? Wholesale and lletail.1
i\,w. a tnnv k AWf? ?- ?&#%*?* I
-'* . * ?> vr [ 11. rwv?jLii*. .? ftm'Hi J
Fire Crackers.
f f\f\ BOXES GOLDEN CHOP FIRE
1UU CRACKERS. Just received and
for sale low by JOHN AONEW & SON.
Raisins, Prunes, &c.
S)f\f\ PACKAGES LAYER RAISING,
?VfVJ Prunes, Currant f.
Citron. Almonds,
Pecans, Filberts,
Walnuts., Canton Giuuor,
Mince Meat, Pluto Pudding, Ac
Just teeeived and for stile low by
De.- l JOHN AONEW A SON.
To Rent,
THE STORE now occupied by George
Symmcrs; posse^sioo givuil on tue
first day of April, 187.7. TMf. ;? one of the.
boat stands iu the city for it grocery busi?
ness. \. I.'ALM ER.
Nov 2S !!?
Ooughs *ntl Colds.
ROWX'rf BRONCHI\\. TROCHES,
Chlorate Potash Psstiitn,
Oelatiue Loj-.eiinew,
Wiatar's Balaam Wild On rrj.
Hill'? Balsam Honey,
Ayor's Clierry Pectoral,
Jay no's Expectorant.
Piao'a Cure. For sale *?
L. T. S1LL1MAN A CO. ?
Xov 2!" DrtiR Store
Genuine Corn Whiskey.
T^ttOM Catawba County, N. C, aeleotod
JP by mvkelf nut of United StatesBokdod
Warehouse. Warranted nur?. Soldat
Nov 22 J.O. SEHGKRS'.
Cigars and Tobacco.
RETAIL Dealers will do v.-l) to examine
ourOHEWINO TOBACCO and CIGARS
Tobacco.
"iUO lmi"i, from 46 io 80c. per pound.
Cigars, from i-'lQ to f e.n per thousand.
PEIIBY .v. SLAWSON,
Don l Indian Girl Cigar Store.
Springs, Axles and Iron.
OUR stock or SPBINGS and AXLES, an
well as IRON of oil descriptions, it
1 very large. Purchasers will save money bj
pruouriug these goods, as well as Carriage
Material, t,tthe Hardware Establishment of
NoviS JOHN AONEW ft SON.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
THE undersigned respect-,
, fully informs his customers
md tho public in generalj__
I that he has just ret in nod fromme
North with a nice assortment of
WATCHES, CLOCKS, .?EWKLKY.
??c, which lie offers ?t the lowest
cash prices. Repairing sldllfnllv done.
it. VISANSKA,
Main etiett, opposite New Citv Hull.
JffNov7
Save Your Money
BY bavin:; v.?ur Huts RENO
VAT ED, DYER. C..K. AXED ami
PRESSrD, li, Hih Utest stvi.-s
Work left at J, ill L'MACUER'S,
il&l Richardson stre?i. io xt floor
to Polloek llonse. O P. RKMSKN,
Doe :i JR} I'r (??! i.^ <l Hatter.
Boarding.
MISS Con DELIA MORDKCAV, Colum?
bia, S. C,' auuouitooH tlisi her os
I tablishment, South-west corner id Snmter
! and Lady Htreots, is prepared in accommo
Idato BOARDERS, permanent and Iran.
I slant., where the tastes and t'oiiifinis of tbe
I nosl fastidious will bo guaranteed
J Nov 12 IRS
Medicinal Confections.
"V/TARSnMALLOW DROPS, Gum Drope,
jyjL Jujube Drop*. Flaxsecd Candy, White
oak Bars, Cocoa Cream, Irish Mo*s Dropa,
[ Wild Cherry Drops,Chlorate Potash Drops.
I Cocoa Wafers. Chocolate for the Health,
I Cocoa Cream Caramel, To 111 Jttjnhit, Horn
bound Jujube. For sab- at
j Nov 14 : HEINITSH'X Phsrmacv.
Just Published:
PIANO AT HOME
A large collection t:' the best
i FOUR-HAND PIECES
For llie PlailO. h'orlr.
NO book is bettor lilted lor "Home ' Mm*
sicul inlertaiumeoi than Hum. Be
giniiors can play the easier duels. Ad?
vanced players and teach ore need uot to be
told that practice, with four hands it* the
verv best to acquire * time" sud "certain?
ty.** Practice iu the "Piano at Rome" is
nothing but u continual ph?aeur>-.
270 paces, full sheet music si/.**. in
boards, 12 60; cloth, M; full gilt. 14.
For Choirs?THBLKADER. Pike, 11 :tS.
For Singing Schools -TilE SONO MO?
NARCH. 7-> cents.
TIIK KMKHSON MKTIIOI?
FOR REED ORGANS.
By la. 0. Emerson and W. S B. Matthews-.
Easy und progressive lessons, scales,
studies. voluiiUiies, interlude*, quartets,
aougs and other pieces In pi'ufntion. All
well arranged by skillful hands. Price.
$2 .70.
For Choirs?PERKINS' \S I'll EM BOOK.
II 50.
For Qnartflt Choirs?THOMAS' QUAB*
TET8. *2.50
4 Specimen eopies sent, post-paid, for re?
tail price.
OLIVER DITSON k CO., Button.
OHAS. H. DITSON A CO.,
Not 28 swV 711 Broadway^N.JY.
Old type metal, at 25 cents a ponnd,
esn be obtained at the Phozkix office,
for small quantities; 20 cents by the
100 pounds?delivered at the depot.
?et our Juat Censures
LUMBIA, S. 0., TUESDAY J
A CARD.
The Laurel Street
?ERY ESTABLISUBEST j
IS no* open to tbo pob'lc, offering the;
. (Ute: AT EST INDUCEMENTS known,
j to Ute trade. Tbo proprietor is so con?
dnntof the superior merith of hin gnodB that
j ha irti no ?.Imerimiuatiou in his favor as
compared with anything in thia market; so
I that you nau ?t once encourage Kontbern
[industry, aud at the eamo timo diroctly
I servo your interest, by purchasing from j
this reliable house. Offering every reasou- j
able t.teilit.y 'o cnstomers, I birg an nnmhlo
sbatu of public patronage.
De? 1 JOHN E. GYLES. Agent.
PO UTK A ITS. PHOTOGRAPHS. STEJIE
OSCOPES. Ac., Ccpios from Old Pic
. lures nadu any size and stylo as cheap as
; Hiiywbere else. Como and soo the new
' RpiebrandtorShadow Picture Snmeihiug'
*:i!! more, beautiful, RembraudtOlace. Ha
' iisfitet! >n guaranteed or t?ri money anked.
! Der. t W. P. HIX Ait Gallery.
JOHN AG NEW & SON.
WIHMjKMAIiK l.nU'DU OKAI.KtlS, I
\?1AI.L the attention o! puroha-ers to
\j ti.ei: largo stuck of line lty? and Cour
i bor .VittBREYS, from the celebrated dis-j
11 illt i i--.- <>f ,l;ihn Gihson. Son A Co. and the
i Ilium* Distilling Company, tonet her with
.?: Imtre assortment of Etetiaed Whit-keys,
1 New England Hutu. Domestie (Un,
, Obi Holl.tndOlN.
uoiica RUM.
Ramsay's Old ^.-.tt "). WHisEEY,
^loirrv and Madeira WINES,
t idiloiniaand Imported CHAMPAGNES.
Imported a LliS, PORTER, Ac.
|V?l -.ide at low prices bv
Nmv 2? JOHN ?GNEW A. SON.
MM\ CIGARS! ClfiiRS!
tH E f: iendr, toil i uue J?n?. pnblie at Inrgn
m-ctfnily uoutfed that in couen-l
ot Din largo dorasuri tor ir v favorite
!'I
I qn> ???? ot Din
J hrt'udh o: Cigate, I bare b -?t. compelled to
i ii >???: Htiolt . : hrsM-1.
I
j in The Columbia Hot?) Rolande.
! My )5i-t*i! and Whnlne&h L^partmenis
. ii ?? kepi in fall force, to meet tbo demand.
; Al! friouds Ironi the country are invited to
j inspect our Factory, at Nu.lc; Maiu street,
1 thn-e doors below the Wheeler Uonse, sign
ot Indian Chief.
i Novit) M. SULZIUCHEE.
; GOVERNOR MOSES
, !n e m.ging tho Commissioners ot Hh-c
I :im . deserves the united thauks of everv
I.A. r.if peace. THE PROPRIETOR OF
THE INDIAN QUEEN SEGAR STORE, in
I introducing tho FIVE CENT MANILLA,
' deservt ? conuiendation of every lover
I c:' tb< ?> eii?i, a ?
ON THE
fiay <>! election, the people Hoc): to the
! polls, each to d< i?osit their ballot lor their
I iavuriti candidate, so do the many eonau*
! liier*' (look to thin popular resort to 'ibtain
! ihii> I'AVO SITE SEC Aft. Let tt be under
' n.! (hat in1 are not on xLi
WAR PATH
I Auuiii?; other dealer", we nierelj elaim
thai f!?- -.egsr offered by others Ir lar JN
PI !.!'?!: to sold bv the
INDIAN QUEEN CIGAR STORE,
V? v l l(i")j\ Assembly Klr??t.
Mansion House,
Street, Columbia, S. (..
THIS house having recent?
ly been enlarged. is now
opened by tho undersigned
_ _ a first clusa boarding
liound, or lioui. Transient and permantut
boarders accommodated. Terms for tian
Isienl horders. ft! iiei dnv. Good rooms and
! ? sc. lleni fare. M KS. C. E. KHAZEALE.
I v. y. liiio
; Seegevs vs.Cincinnati Beer.
InpHi ? ineiiniali Oaxett? nnikes the aslo
? J. \i?!::ug announcementI that Cincinnati
j bc? ?? is n?- longer pure, but Adulterated with
1 raolr.sses. nagar of starch, Insel oil e.nd the
j j-i i-omoin eotcliiunni. Tho Coinmissioucr
!. : \ ,': en It m i. in hi.- report for 1805. says
that Prof. Mttjies. of New Yoik, analyzed
? tin bi'oi Ironi a do/en difl'crent breweries,
j ?i|d .?>.i->il nil ol it adulterated. Coccnlne
' indie ir and mix vomi'.'a entered hirgoly
intuili ioinposilioii.
.1. Ci s'*EG ERS guarantees hip bei r tobe
] out n an 5 i ei In hie. He does not adulterate
! ir. I.n! hrewn Ironi Iii? bi-ft barley, malt
; +n? So:.-. Jan 23
Cottape House.
II <!.?:/<i'ny'on St., tie/.' .Vo?o;?i\' Ihii.
1 ue undersigned has/j^y
i-op>'.neu tliin estab-'&^a
Hsbmeut, and informs
_^the public, that he is prmiurtd to
\ tiunois 'iicni with the verv hesi <>f WINES,
i LIQUORS, SAGAUS. TOBACCO, etc. Ovs
, tor- hi every style, and at all hours. Re?
in sbmer.ts of various kinds. Give a call.
? <?e: :?| G. R. FRANKLIN.
FINE'S SALOON.
, A'w. ll ttfcfionfooH Street, ln-ltrt,;, /.??/,/
unit U er cut* Stett'?.
HAVING replenished myenliie stock of
Lii|tl6rs, Cigars, Ac , having alBO
I given proper attention lo my Restaurant,
II am now mepared to Inrnisb my triends
\ and the public generally with tbo bent the
I markets afford.
j Ott 17 WM. M. FINE, Agent.
i New Orleans Syrup and Buckwheat.
I \J H\s i >ki,ka.NS HYRUP,
, i. 1 White Sugar Drips,
tloluon Syrup,
Now nulled Puck?heat.
Je.sf received and f)r nalc by
Nov 2? _ JOHN AONEW A HON.
Nails! Nails!! Nails!!!
? rjWl KEGS NAILS, assorted sizes,
'JvV ?inannfac'nrcd bv the LaVolle
Nail Works, Wheeling, W.Va. Quality very
superior, und ortet? at teholetale and retatt
ijreattiiredHr-ed, For sale by the Agents,
" Nov2S JOnN AONEW A SON.
Attend the True
rlORNING, DECEMBER 8, U
Wines and Liquors.
CUAMPAGNES?Pommory.Sec,
Oh&us & Dnchatel,
Kollcy'a Island Sparkling Catawba,
California "Imperial."
BRANDIES?Brandenburg Freren,
Jas. Henuoscv,
Otard, Dupov .V Co., vintages lHil?. ia.:>?,
1805.
WINES -Old Private Stool; Mudcria?in
bo;tics ouly.
Choice Table Sherries,
California Angelica- very delicate,
."atideiuau and other Ports,
Full line oT Houks and Santorncs, includ?
ing "Chateau Yqnem," "Latour Blanche,"
"Hockbeinjcr,*' ''Lanbeubciraer," Ac,Ac.
Our specialty is lino goods, such as we
cau, with confidence, recommend. Any
raru wine not in store wo are prepared to J
purchase cither iu New York or Europe,
and ftimieh at market ratos.
Nov'28 GEO. SYMMERS.
MILLINERY.
PRICES BEDUCED of La
, dies', Misses?' and Children's
HONNEFS, HATS, CAPS,
SUITS, UNDERWEAR. Fur
Sots, Cloaks, Worsted Goods.
Hair.Coraots, /.ophyr WorBled
and other articles too nume?
rous to mention ; also, Bazar
Patterns. Laoits will please j
Call and sec for themselves at
Nov Ji; MBS O. E. REED'S.
WAE. GLAZE,
U.J EWBLER ,-S j
Bkk ?in band a large stock of
Gold and Silver Watches and Clocks,
DIAMOND RINO S AND PINS,
Pftir Jewelry in Whole ami Half S?l?, I
Stiver ami fMuterf Wan-,
Itou?'-F nmlMlilnfj Mootta,
Kam > lioails I? Varl, ly,
.VllttH.!)' (.K-Stnek Ciiniplrll .
i N.Ii. I tiavo hu baud a largo stocke!
I ENGLISH GUNS, breech and muzzle load
: ing, and will sell at lvducod prices.
, Wishing to reduce my whole atoek, I will
? soil, until Jaucary next, ail goods at re
i due d pricot.
I WATCHES AND JEWELRY repaired in
; tho best mannt r and warranted.
i NOV 8 JOlo
? Watches. Clocks, Jewelry,
( SiLVKIL .VXD PL AX KD WARE,
\ SPECTACLES, EYE-GLASSE3, ETC.
IHAVE a largo stock ot the above on
band, and will fell them ut the lowest
cash prices. All goods warranted repre?
sented.
Mr Watchos, Clocks aud Jewelry re?
paired and work warranted.
GEO. BRUNS,
Oct'27 Columbia Hotel Block.
Buckwheat Flour
ANI?
NEW ORLEANS SYRUP!
White Fis>h. Cod. Eureka Cod. &o.
WPi.r. Id.Tt'Ei:, t'rnnberi; Sauce,
.Uince M- ut, CIGARS, < >v\*.\ iu quality and
j as low itu price as auv. in tin city.
W?s wii! not hhOri. von Ii I'Vi ? nidi
gha'tly or ridiculon? sdveniitm'-itis, but
simoly cay our expense* ..re small com?
pared with those <>: ??!!.: i bouses, and
atnoui.; ui busiii*>?-e d??ue, ami wo at < .- <' i ??
j ftftd with modi ritt<- prod*.
Nov'20 L?RICK A LOWRASCI".
! Imported Wines, UrundieH, Etc . Etc
?$*i^KK% SCOTCH WHlSKJr.S,
01O~l("jlM OM Jams lea Rum.
Whinmilfffl Sraiidief Otaid,.Ve
\gBBMmkV llollrtul tiin,
hborr) Wine, Port Wine. Madeira VVimi,
i Also, a largo sIm : id ine old Whiskies,
Cigar-*. A c. .1. f. SKEGEItS
Subscribe for the Pr;?nix.
(EMX.
Event."
>74. VOL. X?NO. 221
Soluble Pacific Guano.
?48 Cash, ?53 linie. Without Intrrent.
IIACIFIO QUANO COMPANY'S COM-1
POUND ACID PHORPHATE OF |
l-i MB fur composting with cotton eced?'
t'Sl cash, $liS timn, without interest.
To accommodate planters, they can
order now and havo until 1st April to de?
cide whet her they will take at time or cash
price. When delivered from factory by oar
load, no drayago will ho charged. This
guiiDo is now bo well known In all the
southern States for its romarkable effects
aa an agencyfor increasing the produots of
labor aa oot to require special recommend?
ation from us. Its tiee for nine y ears past
has oatabliabed its character for reliable
excellence. The supplies put into market
this season are, as heretofore, prepared
under the anporintendenco of Dr. ST.
JULIAN RAVENEL, Chemist or the Com?
pany, at Charleston, B. C, hence planters
may rout assured that its quality and com
Dosilion is nreeisi-lv the ?ffls aa that here?
tofore sold. ' .1. N. ROBBON.
Ag- ot for South Carolina, Charleston, 8. C.
JOHN S. REESE A CO.,
General Agents, Baltimore.
N v 24 tnl3
CAItOLlHA
lumber Manufacturing Co.
JOHN C. MALLONEE, President.
Titos. Bonnei.t., Sec. and Treas.
"IT TUOLESALE and retail dealers in all
v V kinds of Southern and Northern
LUMBER, FLOORING, CEILING and
other kinds of WORKED LUMBER made
a ppecial'y; Shingle*, Flustering Laths,
Vegetable Boxes, Ac, Ac. Ofnoo and
Works, llorlbcck'tt Wharf,near North-east
lorn Railroad, Charleston, B. C, and 95
I West Gervais -tree*. Columbia. H. C.
E. MORRIS,
I Agent at Columbia, S. C.
! N. lt.- Sp'eial arrangements have been
I made with the railroads for do'ivering lum?
ber Novl9Jru'i
! AT APOTHECARY'S HALL,
Pure Coil Liver Oil.
; ? 0 i: V 0 N S V M P T I O A".'
1)URE C?I) LIVER CIL, plain.
Cod Liver Oil, with liypopbos|;hites
j Linie.
WilhorV Cod Liver Oil and Lime.
Moller's Norwegian Cod Liver Oil.
! DoJotlgh's Cod Liver Uil.
i Pancreatiaed (Jod Liver Oil.
, Raker's Cod Liver Oil.
J Say in:V Expectorant for Coughs
Stanley'? celebrated Cough Syrup.
? AVer's Cherry Pectoral.
AHeu'd Lung Balsam.
Liverwort and Tar.
Tar and Wild Cherry.
For4aloby E. H. Ii El S ITS li,
I Nov?J Wholesale and Retail Pr?gel?? ?
! DBCBMBER 29.
i Secoiul raid Last Grand Gift Concert
I MASONIC BELIEF ASSOCIATION,
or sonroi.K, v.t.
WAV I'OSITIVELY KIXKU.
TUESDAY. 291H DECEMBER.
, LAST CHANCE!
Authorized by Act Of the Virginia Legisla?
ture, passed March S, 1S7U.
SO OUI? TICKETS?O.OOO CASH OIKTS.
$250,000!
TO IIK GIVEN AWAY.
OneGi Mid Cash Gift of.i:i0.?O()
Olli Grand Cisb Gift ol .25.000
One Grand Cash iiiit.it . .. ^0,000
One Grand Cash Gill ?d.. 10 000
One Grand Cash Gift >.i. 5,000
One Grand Cash Gift "oi. '2 .">U0
Ono Grund Cash Gitt n|. 2 0U0
15 Cash Gift? el M GilO each. lft.COO
in t:.ir!i Gilt* ..." . ki i ach_ 14 0!?'.?
i ! Cash Gitt- of :*?U < ach 10 751)
T'.l Cafh tot: ? IVJ ? ach ... 11.t>50
?JVX'.tsh Gills ??! iOOfaeb 25.001?
57S Cs-.: ' tlitt- el ? ach _'S 'JIM
!tun ?'.,.-t. i.:ri-? Hi , ach .VJ.OOtl
j 6,0tKM.'.i"i ;..?.-. .?.m'-.Us;. ? i250.11. l>
ei.e ??oi teitKTs
; Wi...l? 1 ie \\ti lu) oun i t??i Ti< l.< i? *i 5u
1 Hair I'iokfln 15 no II Tickets JllMi.l.li
For riebet?! Circular* Ac, nddr <?>?
II i : \HY V, UUOKK,
Nov 21 |1S Seen tary, Norfolk, Va.
MISSOURI STATJS LOTTERIES!
Legalized b\ State Authority, ?,i<{l
l/ll I H\V l.\ I'l'liLlC IN ST. /.Oh'IS.
I Or II Oil J* I II gl? Ml III li<-r Sell I mr ill ."ill,000
A II Ulli ITH !
uk\w> i Ii i i '.ST PAY O* I.AI'U ViiMH.
I CAPITAL PRIZE, $50,000!
io.:iso |>rlz.?-?. Amnuntitiu ?<> SflMO.OUO.
. Wbob Picket? i l'?: Halv? c.~.; Quarters.2.*,(i
'?'?> itC< ? ??'? -"?>/. Sr'Actiie, iciHi ii
CAPITAL PRIZE OF $32,500: and
".J : i'i Pm.'.l>. A.Mol'NTINfi to $578 177!
, iir i s Eri i ;i S-tittrtuiif Ihiriuif lhf Year.
v.i, ii l id.. :- Jpi; Halves,5; Quart? r*,2..r.lj
\ i r<--t i i : i- ? ml circular*.
Ml liiAV. Mi LI. Ft. .v CO-. Manager*
P o >.tW. St. LiO.ln. Mo.
i Apri 7 11'ly
MONEY TO LOAN,
Or. Marketable Collaterals
?? ? -
"|jV\OllA\GK on Niw York, Itsitituore,
j Alt Philudi lebia, BoMnti und ab proiub
I mint cities ol Ihr United Stull?- Mini Ell
; ropi bought and sold.
j DEPOSITS iecoived aud interest.beating
certificates issued.
STOCKS, B \1>S GOLD and SILVER
bought ami sold.
ACCOUNTS of nierehants and others
from the city und country solicited, and
LI Ii El: VL LINKS OF DISCOUNTS granted
by the CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK.
Corner of Plain and Riohardoon stroete.
VICTORIA ROTEL,
Charleston, H. C,
HAS heen entirely reno?
vated and rofnrniahed
throughout. It is most ceu
_Orally situated, in King near
M.uk'ji street, tor* the traveling public.
Thoy solicit their patronage. Board per
day, F2 50.
MRS. MARIA OPDEBEECK,
Oct 1: 2mo Proprietress.
Snbsoribe for the PHOurrx.
LADIES' ?sBER mimt.
NSW ST?GS
Jnat received * t
C. F. JACKSON'S.
Another Lot Slack Alpaca.
EHT Id thia city at the price. Now
ready at O. F. JACKSON'S. .
New Prints, New Drew Goods.
EW BUFF UN OH, NEW BKIBTB, at
O. F. JACKSON'S,
Leader ?f Low Prices.
OPJGMINO BAIL? I
B
N
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
DRY GOODS"
I CAIIPKTS, OIL CLOTHS,
KLUS ASU WLtOOW SlUOKs:
BOOTS AND SHOES
0/ 11 kinds and at very low pricoi?.
TUE MILLINERY ^fAaTiit
U well stock*.-)! with everything that re.
new ami pretty, arid no extravagant prices.
Orders from the country promptly at
lended to, at the Old Stand o?
R. C. SHIVER & OOX.
Oct 14 ,
Special Notice From The
GUAM) CKSTBAI.
DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT,
ov
i W. D. LOVE & CO.
WE havo just received ten caeca of
very choice and seasonable DRESS
GOODS, purchased for caah of two bank?
rupt importing houses, which will bo sold
very cheap. Also, five cases BLACK AL
; PACAS and choice MOURNING GOODS,
i which, for quality and finish, oannot be ex
j celled anywhere.
i The following Goods arc now in etook:
50 piecea choice patterns of CARPETS.
' 100 RUGS, 00 MATS, 50 dozen of Ballon .t
! Co.'ecelebrated SHIRTS, lor which wo are
; tbe agents, retailing them at wholesale
! prices.
j All tbe departmcnta ol our establiah
' ment are full of tho best makes of goods.
and purchased by our resident buyer in
i New York for caah at the low ear prices.
! uuabtiug ua ?<> sell gooda n.< low as any
; bouse in New York. * .
; Those rnaiding in the city, and-etrangera
j paaaiu^ through, before laying in thoii
j win tor supplies, should examine our large
I and choico assortment, at the GRAND
CENTRAL DRY GOODS ESTABLISH
MENT OF WH, D. tOVK * CO T wholr -
: salo and retail dealers in DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS, BOOTS and SHOES, comer ol
: Main and Plain streets.
N. B. SAMPLES sent gratuitously tu ait
! parts of the country on application,
j Oct11
>107Mafn St., Next to Wheeler House.
KS'1'AlIL.TSIlKD t\ 194.*,.
j AND STILL IN THE FIELD,
wnii
A LARGE and Writ st?
ipend stock id Sis' ulas*
FURNITURE, Parlor. Bed?
room and Dining Itooni
Sets, which"*III be -old
tow as anv house in the cbti itrv tor matt;
Nov ID ' M. R. KERRY.
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
I HAVE now
OH hand a very _^_a
tum t?oo- it'-rrfaaia
j sort men I of
BUGGIES.
' ItOCKAWAYS.
barouches;
?akkiages.
HARNESS.
WHIPS.
Ar., AO. .
[ ol my >?'?'?> a.-> well an ol Xm'thtiu manu
\f'av'urr and ol handsome style und finish,
i also,
A lull stock ol the TrUhmlfl MII.IBUEN
j WAGONS, which have given tuen uuivereat
j satisfaction. My prices have beeu <jrtatty
'? reduced, and all Vuhiclcs soldo** irnrrantcii
j for Uctfrv month*, and any defect in work
j inauship or mateiial will lie made eood to
' the purchaser o*% tending the erhielt to my
j fjarringr Manufactory.
? I Nov 10 JOHN AONEW.
i1 ?.
New Books, at Bryan's Bookstore.
I YlTOftKING to Win, a ?ttiry or girts,.
; W #1.75.
Mistress of the Mause. b\ Dr. Hollaed;
j author of Arthur Booityc-ttstle, C\ 5*.
! A History of Germany, troiii the Earli> ?t
Times, b) Charllon Lewis, *2 6W.
Muiinat of Mythology, Urcek, It on an,.
Norse, Hindoo, Egvptiau and Olu German,
bv Murray. $'J.25. *
Pininti and Forest, the Game uf Norih
America, with adventures in their pursuit,
bv Oillmoro. ii 60.
Health andEdnoation, by Kingsh y, $1 .IT,.
Hogarth's complete wotks, ill three vo
. lurocs. Tho Wild North Land, by Majo?
' Butler, with plates, #2 CO. Hiatory of Clubs
? and Club Lifo, London. Book of Wonder
I tnl Character*, with portraits. Tbe Slang
1 Dictionary, historical and aneodotal.
' Homes and Haunts of tho Biittafc Peers,.
I London, and other new books. Nov 1
? A Kerosene That Will Not Explode!
A LADDIN SECURITY OIL ia offered
A, with the confidence that It will prove
itself equal, if not superior, to any nam?
ing oil that has been offered to the*public.
This oil ia prime white in color, ia deodor?
ized to the highest extent achieved in the
mannracturo of burning oils, and ia war?
ranted to Maud a fire tetd of ISO degrees
Fahrenheit.
it is perfectly safo for tue in all Coal Oil
or Kerosono Lamr*. and as its name indi?
cates, will give all who use it perfect
"anenrity" iu doing so.
Aladdin Security Oil will barn longer,
havo mach leas smell, and not cruet tho
wick, and will be found to be very economi?
cal, to aay nothing of the ontiro "eocurlt \
in its ose. For sale at
L. T. SILLIMAN A CO.'8
Oct M Drugstore.

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