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jj ~ w. m. sain & co., ;fif
$ IB A. iL. 12 RS IN GEOCEEIES,
Fresh Supplies ^Received Daily.
AjjlHER LOT OF SPANISH OLIVES, JTJST RECEIVED.
C ||r N E D MEATS,
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO,
YACHT CLUB AND JOCKEY CLUB CIGARS.
ALSO DEALERS IM
HOUSES AND 1?LSS.
,ik' lot on hand, for sale cheap.
OUR LIVERY STAHLE?au fait accompli.
W. M. S?IN & CO.,
CORNER MAIN AND MARKET STREETS,
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
J1ELM THEODOR M?LLER
HAS REPLENISHED HIS STOCK OF EATABLES, &c.
j-MVE KINDS OF IRISH SEED POTATOES.?
ANOTHER LOT THOSE FINE TONGUES.
LIMBURG ER K?SE,
BALTT MORE BALON YS,
FINE BALTIMORE CANDIES.
LEAF LARD, A.No. 1?in 3 pound, 5 pound, und 10 pound cans.
LA It OK LOT OF
SHOES, DRY SAI/T AND SMOKED SIDES,
Western and Augusta Flour,
Anotiier I jot of 10 cent I lams,
Gii 1ST AND MEAL.
8*4"" All packages delivered free of charge.
': ~ W. T. XKC V -Xi L B XL. .
15 IJ L L, 1 C O V I L L & P I K E
& - siii. ? ;. ..>.....
Arc almost daily receiving additions to their large Stock of
a j& n i<: u a jj ]Ni is r o u: a x d i k ,
'BROWN COTTONS AND DOMESTICS,
Now in store, purchased before the advance.
Just received a full Stock of
BOOT S A N B S H O E S .
HARDWARE, NAILS, Ac, together with
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, for farming purposes,
i IROCERIES in full Stock, consisting in part of
BACON AND DRY SALT ME .T.
FLOUR of the well-known hra ids.
SUGAR AND COFFEE which defy competition in price and quality.
Guanape Guano, as well as
LIM1:, LAND PLASTER, &c, constantly on hand.
flfc?-We are also agents for well-known FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
GERMANIA, of New York.
Andes, of Ciiicinu att, O.
Equitable Life Assurance Company, of New York,
And last, but not least, the celebrated
SINGER'S FAMILY SEWING MACHINES, an exhibit is sufficient.
We have and do sell the goods.
I5UL.L,, SCOVIIiti & PIKE.
C Ojd MISSION MERCHANT
Wholc?alc Dealer iit *iui Importer of
FINE WINJ'A LIQUORS, ALES AND
HEAVY GROCERIES, &., &c.
DR. T. BERWICK LEGARE,
Graduate, Baltimore College Dental
Offiee, Market street, Over Store of J. A. Hamilton
?RANGEB?RG,C. It U.V.
TKHJIS vv.v. .month :
English ...... $3.00
JAMESS. 112Y\V.Uli?, Teacher. |
ColuxrAbkx, S. C.
Main St., Opposite- tho Phoenix Office,
Keeps constantly on band n full line of Staple
nnd Vnncy Stationary, and a large assortment
of Writing Desks, Ladies' Work Boxes, Albums.
Autographs, Fort Folios, ( Sold Pens and Pencil
Cases, Portinonics, &c., &c.
Blank Books <>f all kinds, such
ns Sheriff's, Clerk's, .Judge of Probute,
County Commisionrrs, &c? on bund and
made to order?rule<l to any Puttcrn, of
the best Paper and materials, with or
without printed Headings; also paged
or indexed, as required.
Special attention given to the Binding
of Music, Periodicals. Law Books, and
all the other work in his line. 113-2(5
~ oweThTdaly's stables. ~
These LTVERY STABLES arc situated on
Assembly and on Washington streets. Atten
tive hostlers and good .drivers always present.
The best stock nnd tlie best turnouts in the city,
including rockaways, breite, buggies, etc., etc..
for familv use, or for parties, or pleasure, will
be furnished at short notice. Our terms are
safe, our prices are liberal, ami our stock equal
to the demand. 15?
Estaiii.isiikd in 18-">4.
SELL & F STEH,
importers and dealers in
Ladies' Cloth Cloaks,
Millinery and Straw
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
No. 27 HAYNE STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
IBaialver nncl 13volter,
No 25 BROAD STREET,
(?HMiu:sT(>x, s. a
Dealer in UN< It) RRENT MONEY,
Bonds. Stocks, Coin, Exchange, &c, Sic.
Ita>uCollections of Commercial Paper.
Dividends, Coupons, Sic, &c, receive
especial attention. 12?Brnos
impoutkuoi' *.4;i> -dkai.kk in
FIXE HAVANA CIGARS,
lUo MKirrtXft strket,
Charleston, S. C.
Adeertiscmcnts inserted in this Cblumn at per
BKt)(>K HA NKS ?i ( ()., Fruiter- and (oiil'ec
tioners, Main street, near the State Capitol, Col
umbia, S. ('. 7
CjJEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
GROCERS AND BANKERS,
N.OS. 1 it :*? HAYNE STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
GEO..W. AVI L LI AMS & CO.,
17 A. C T O Ii S 9
Charleston, S. C.
S( M 1 ( )0"l 7j iOO K8.
We continue to publish the series of PICTO
RIAL READERS AND SPELLERS, bv the
Rev. Prof. J L. REYNOLDS, J). I)., 0f the
South Carolina University.
The series consists of seven volumes.
Reynolds' Pictorial Primer, 10 cents.
Reynolds' New Pictorial Speller, 15 cents.
Reynolds'New Pictorial Primary Reader, 25
Reynolds' New Pictorial Second Reader, 10
Reynolds' New Pictori-3 Third Reader, 9 0
Reynolds' New Pictorial Fourth RoadcrJ 80
Reynolds' New Fifth Reader, $1 25.
School History ok South Carolina.?
Told in a familiar style. By Professor James
Wood Davidson, A, M. Price 00 cents.
Professor Reynolds' Writing Rooks, in a
saries of live numbers, 20 cents each.
A School Register, to last Bix mouths, 10
A Table Rook for young children, 50 cents
Teachers who wish to examine any of the
above works with a view to their introduction,
will have n copy sent Ihcni on receipt of hah
the above price' D?FFJ I? A: CHAPMAN.
SONS OF TEMPERANCE.
chester DlVisibx, Nu. 10, Chester, G. IT.,
meets every WedueSdav msr'it, at Odd-Fellow's
Hall. J. M. RRAWLEY, W. p.
Watereb Division, No. 0, Caniden. meets
everv Monday nighi, ?t Temperance Hail.
.1.11. KEESIIAW, \V. T.
Columbia Division, No. (5, Columbia, meets
every Thursday night, ::t Temperance Hall.
.1. W. SMITH, W. 1?.
palmetto Division, No. 1. Charleston, meets
everv Moudav night, at Odd-Fellow's Hall.
W. J. QUIGLEY, w. P.
Mt. Hebron Division, No. 7, Lexington
County, meets every Saturday night, at Temper
3 R. N. SENN, W. P.
Hope Division, No. 2, Graham's T. ()., meets
everv Saturday afternoon, 111 its hall, at 3 I'. M.
'3 C. J. FA I'ST, W. P.
Aiicen Division, No. 12, Ailcen, S. C. meets
everv Tuesday night, at the Masonic Hall.
G. W. NKV1N, W. P.
DEAD ISSUES AND LIVING RESULTS;
or, A history of Sherman's march through
South Carolina, by II. C. Mack, Murfrces
A volume of 700 pages, with maps and en
Agents wanted in every county in the Slate.
Verv liberal commissions allowed.
Those who desire to secure agencies will be
furnished with combined Prospectus and Sub
scription Hook, Circular*, &e., on receipt of one
dollar. Address F. P. HEARD,
General Agent for Smith Carolina.
DU. D. Jj? BOOZER,
Is prepared to execute his professional work
in the neatest and most perfect manner.
OFFICE OVER DUFF iE & CHAPMAN'S
?Opposite Columbia Hotel,
1- Columbia, S. ('.
CHILDS & WILEY,
Clothing, Hats, Umbrellas, Canes,
GENT'S F?HNISHING GOODS,
CELEBRATED STA It SHIRTS.
1- Columbia, s. C.
WM. B. STANLEY,
importer and OEALEtl in
CHINA, GLASS AND EARTHENWARE,
Silvcr~platcd, Jtritannitt ami Japanned HWr,
T a I) 1 o C it tier y , .Mir r o r s ,
a a s- f i x t u 11 /?: s ,
Hoesu-FruNisuiNo Goons Gexkkali.v.
SUBOE DI N A TE DI VISIO N S.
Office ofG. S, G. IX, of S. c.r
Columbia, S. C., Nov. 1S71.
Ordern for Supplies of every description di
recied to this nthee will be promptly attended
to, and the Supplies furnished at the same rate
as in New York or Boston.
THOMAS.I. La MOTTE,
4- t iraml Scribe.
WE HAVE JUST OPENED
AN ENTIRE STOCK OF
NEEDLE "WORK SETS, DUCHESS
LACE COLLARS and CUFFS,
POINT LACE COLLARS,
ROMAN SASH RIBBONS,
ix new designs.
ROMAN NECK TIES,
In new colors and in all widths.
We carry a big stock of Flannels, Blankets,
Jeans and Tweeds, Oassimcreand Cloths.
The Shawl and CloukRoom exhibits nil the
newest style*; out.
We are showing some styles which are not
to be found elsewhere in the market.
The stock of Carpets, Rugs, Oil Cloths, &c,
cannot be excelled.
Our goods are selected from the best makes.
We guarantee nil goods we sell. Do business
ONE PRICE SYSTEM,
And allow no house to undersell us.
W. I). YE & C.
Columbia Hotol Building.
\V. D. Love, \
B. B. McCkkery. j
C. D. EBEKHA?t i>T,
jVE croliant Tailor,
OPPOSITE COLUMBIA HOTEL,
Columbia, S. C,
Him jiisi returned from New York with tho
finest stock of fall and winter goods over oflcred
in this market. 1
] 11 :.\ i : in
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, STER
I LING SILVER,
Scixtaclis?, Eyk-Gt.ae8ES a Hi) Fancy Goons
No. ."07 King street,
CluirleMon, S. C. 1-20
DANIEL II. SILCOX,
FURN IT?JIK AVA RE-ROOMS,
Nop. 17? and 170 King street,corner of Clifibrd,
Charleston S. C.
A full and large assortment continually on
hand and at the lowest prices. Call and ex,
BROKER, REAL ESTATE AND
OrrosiTK Columbia IIotet., Main ptuf.kt,
Columbin, S. C. 1
A D VE RT ISING AGENT,
(.Opposite Columbia Hotel.)
I am now prepared to receive Advertisements
and make Contracts for advertising in anypaper
in South Carolina.
The patronage of the advertising public is re
C P L A IN STREET,)
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Board.$2 Per Day.
1 _ I>. B. CLAYTON, Proprietor.
DYER AND SCOURER OF GENT'S
COATS, PANTS AND HATS. &c,
Cim m.KSTox, S. C.
J. H. & m. L. SXN?RD
i One Door South Columbia Hotel.
We are now opening one of the most desirable
I> R Y GOODS
ever oflered in this market, consisting of the
most popular styles of
DRESS GOOD S,
With a full and complete stock of heavy
We are offering our stock at greatly reduced
prices, and will guarantee to please any and all.
both as to price and quality of goods.
We solicit a call, feeling satisfied that we
cannot fail to please.
2-:tinos J. II. & M. Ii. KIN ARD.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
BOARJb, PER DAY, $Q.DO
R. Hamilton, Mrs. M. L. Buttcrfiohl,
UNI V' EnOT/TL"'
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
We are desirousofflccuringthcscrvieesofn half
dozen canvassing agents in South Carolina for
the UNIVERSAL LIFE INSURANCE t'O.M
PANY, of New York, with whom liberal terms
will be made. We desire also, responsible lo
cal agents for each town in the State.
M. W. GARY,
M. C. BUTLER,
State Superintendents of Agencies.
Columbia, October 0, 1871.
WILGil AMSV BUUNIE fc<U.,
05 Jirmtr ntrttt and 20 Ktthanne riaer, X. Yt