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MONDAY MORNING., DECEMBEE 24, 1866.
Legislature of South Carolina.
UST 'JF ACTS PASSED).
The Legislature adjourned Friday, at 1 o'clock
P M. Tue following is a complete hst of tho
Acts ratified bv the General Assembly and ap?
proved by tho 'Governor. The Appropriation and
Tax Acts are appended in full.
An Act making appropriations for the year com?
mencing 1st Octobor, I860. -
An Act to raiso supphes for the year comnionc
intr 1st October, 18G6.
An Act to amend tho Criminal Law.
An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to
amend the District Court Act."
An Act to incorporate the Charleston and Savan?
nah Bailroad Company.
An Act to regulato thc fees of Sheriffs for dieting
persons confined in jail, and to provide for the
more expeditious payment.
Au Act to incorporate the village of Bennetts
An Act to incorporate the Winyah and Santee
An Act to renew and amend the charter of the
town of Sumter.
An Act for the bettor protection of seamen and
immigrants in tho port and harbor of Charleston.
An Act to authorize and regulate the creation of
private corporations within this State.
An Act to charter the Columbia and Sumter Bail
An Act to renew and extend an Act entitled "An
Act to incorporate the FurmanUniversity,"ratified
on the 20ih day of December, in tho year of our
Lord 1850, and'to alter the style of the corpora?
An Act to authorize and empower the Commis?
sioners of Free Schools for the Parishes of St.
Philip and St. Michael to .organize an evening I
school for apprentices and youths in business, and
to collect a tax for tho support of the same.
An Act to authorize the City Council of Colum?
bia to issue additional bonds.
An Act to vest the^right andtitle of the State in
certain property therein mentioned in certain per?
An Act to amend the charter of the Charleston
An Act respecting sureties on bonds of public
An Act to establish certain roads, bridges and
ferries, and to renew the charters of certain
An Act for the encouragement and protection of ]
European Immigration, and for the appointment
of a commissioner and agents, and for other pur?
poses therein expressed.
An Act to amend the Act establishing the Uni- j
versity of South Carolina.
An Act to renew the charter of the town of Beau?
An Act to alter the law on the subject of fences.
An Act to vest in Benjamin F. Landrum, his
heirs and assigns, certain lands in Edgefield Dis?
trict hable to escheat.
An Act to extend the duration of an Act entitled ?
"An Act to extend the duration'of an Act author?
izing the formation of limited partnerships."
An Act supplementary to the Act to provide for
the funding the interest and principal of certain
stocks and bonds of the State past due, passed on
the 21st day of September, 1865.
An Act to incorporate the Farmers' and Meehan- '
ics' City Bailway Company of South Carolina.
An Act to-extend the charter of the Marion Fire
An Act to further extend the time allowed the
Greenville and Columbia Bailroad Company to
construct a branch of their road from some point
on their main trunk west of Saluda Biver, to con?
nect with the South Carolina Bailroad at or east of ?
An Act to provide artificial legs for all citizens
of the State who have lost tneir legs during the
An Act to authorize the transfer to the Colum?
bia and Augusta Bailroad Company of certain
stocks held by the State, and to authorize the
guarantee by the State of the bonds of said Com?
An Act to provide for the appointment of addi?
tional Magistrates for the Districts of Orangeburg,
Colleton, Richland, Sumter, Lexington, Claren?
don, Darlington and Edgefield.
An Act to authorize the sale of the jail lot in
An Act to alter and amend an Act entitled "An
Act to lend the name and credit of the State to the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Company in the
re-adjustment of their debt."
An Act to renew and extend the charter of the
Methodist Benevolent Society of Charleston.
An Act to regulate elections for Representatives
An Act to provide for docketing Constitutional
cases in the Court of Errors.
An Act to incorporate the Charleston and Florida
Steam Packet Company.
An Act to incorporate the South Carolina Loan
and Trust Company.
An Act to repeal the Usury Laws of this State.
An Act to alter and amend an Act, entitled "An
Act to amend the charter of the Calhoun Insurance
Company of Charleston." /
An Act to provide for the admission in evidence
of wills made in the execution of a power.
An Act to authorize the issue of bonds or stock
to pay amount due the contractors for marble
work of new State House.
An Act to extend the charter of the Charleston
Fire Company of Axemen.
An Act to extend the time in which to record
lost instruments in writing.
An Act to alter the sittings of the Courts of Law
within the Eastern Circuit.
An Act accepting' the benefit of an Act of Con?
gress, entitled "An Act donating public lands to
the several States and Territories which may pro?
vide colleges for the benefit of agriculture and
the mechanic arts," approved the 2d of July, A. D.
An Act to alter and amend the law in relation to
the opening, widening, closing or extending streets
in the City of Charleston.
An Act to incorporate the Charleston Dredging
and Wharf Building Company. J
An Act to alter the law in relation to the publi?
cation of legal notices.
An Act to alter and amend the charter of the
town of Camden.
An Act to incorporate the Charleston Indepen?
dent Turners' Association.
An Act to renew the charter of the Vigilant Fire
Company of Charleston.
An Act to change the name and renew and amend
the eharter of the Yorkville Fire Engine Com?
An Act to declare valid the recent election of
Intendent and Wardens of the town of Timmons
An Act to renew the charter of the Presbyterian
Church at Spartanburg Court House.
An Act to alter and amend an Act entitled "An
Act to alter and amend the law in relation to the
method of counting votes in all elections by the
An Act to incorporate the Young America Fire
Engine Company of Charleston.
An Act to renew and extend the charter of the
village of Frog Level,
An Act to renew the charter of the Darlington
'An Act to renew the charter of the Winyah Fire
Fire Engine Company of Georgetown.
An Act to incorporate the Supr?me Council o?
Sovereign Grand Inspectors-General of the Thirty
third Degree for the Southern jurisdiction of the
An Act to incorporate the Wentworth-street Lu?
theran Church of Charleston.
An Act to Incorporate Union Academy.
An Act to incorporate Charleston Commercial
An Act to incorporate Liberty Springs Presbyte?
rian Church (Old School), in Laurens District.
An Act to incorporate the Washington Light In?
fantry Charitable Association.
An Act to amend the charter of the town of York?
An Act to incorporate the Beaufort Club.
An Act to provide an expeditious mode of eject?
An Act to declare Big Horse Creek, in Edgefield
District, not navigable as a public stream beyond a
An Act to make certified copies evidence.
' An Act lo incorporate the Charleston Water Com?
An Act to authorize the City Council of Charles*
t?n to issue and put in circulation notes receivable
in dues.or taxes to the city.
An Act to carry into effect the donation made by
an Act of Congress to the several States ?ndT Ter?
ritories which may provide colleges for the benefit
of agriculture and the mechanic arts. 1 ".
An Act to amend an Act entitled an Act to au?
thorize the sale of the Columbia Canal, ratified
2l8t December, 1865.
An Act to shorten and regulate the publication
of notices of absent defendants in equity.
An Act to incorporate the Cheraw Bridge Com?
An Act to vest in Nolly Partin and Jacob Eth
ridge certain property hable to escheat.
An Act to incorporate the village of Kingstree.
An Act to establish Gibbon's Ferry.
An Act to incorporate tho Sea Island Cotton
An Act to amond tho charter of the town of
An Act to regulate the sittings of the Court of
An Act to incorporate tho Charleston Board of
An Act to amend the law in relation to
An Act to authorize thc Mayor and Aldermen of
the city of Columbia to issue and put iu circula- j
tion notes receivable in taxes or dues to tho city.
An Act to incorporato the Trustees of the Wal
terboro' Male Academy.
An Act to alter and amond the charter of the
town of Winnsboro'.
An Act to amend the charter of the Society Hill
and Marlboro Bridge Company.
An Act to provide for the registration of trust
deeds of personal property.
An Act to renow an Act entitled "An Act to in?
corporate the town of Newberry."
An Act to withdraw certain undrawn appropria?
tions heretoforo made.
An Act to renew the charter of the Salamander
Fire Engine Company of Georgetown.
An Act to incorporate the Manning Cemetery
An Act to establish an additional class of flour,
to be called family flour.
I An Act to incorporate Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church,
in Anderson District.
The following sums aro appropriated for the pay?
ment of the various officers and exponses of the
State Government: For the saL ry of the Gov?
ernor, $3500; Private S ^retary of the Governor,
$1200; Messenger of th Governor, $100; C- ntin
gent Fund of the Executive Department, $25,000,
subject to the draft of the Governor, and to bo ac?
counted for annually to the Legislature; for rent
of Governor's house in Columbia, $300; for print?
ing and preparing bone J, stocks and record books,
under Act of 21st September, 1866, to provide for
funding the interest and principal of certain stocks
and bonds of tho State past due, $1100, to be
drawn on check of tho Governor; for printing and
preparing bonds, stocks and record books for fund
ing the fire loan stock and bonds, authorized the
present session, $800, to be drawn on check of the
Governor; for two watchmen for the now State
House and grounds, $960, to bo drawn on draft of
State House Keeper.
For pay of the members of tho Legislature, At?
torney-General and Solicitors, during the present
session, $27,000; for salaries of the Clerks of the
Senate and House of Representatives, $1200 each,
and for the services of two assistant clerks, $250
each: for salaries of two Messengers and two Door
ker :s, $250 each; for Messengers of the House
ant. ?senate, for extra services as mail carriers, $50;
for Messenger of House for similar services at last
extra session, $25; for salary of the K eper of tho
State House and Librarian, $300; for salaries of tho
Reading Clerks of the Senate and House, $250
each; for the services of four Engrossing Clerks,
same pay and mileage allowed members of the
General Assembly, and $125 for services of extra
Engrossing Clerks at the present session; for
printers of the Senate and House of Representa?
tives for the present session, $12,000, and that the
number of copies specified in the proposals of the
printer, as accepted by the Legislature, shall be
printed and deposited m the ofiico of the Treasu?
rer of the State, at Columbia, before the first day
of March next, and the amount to be paid accord?
ing to the proposals, which shall be ascertained bj
the Treasurer; for stationery, fuel, distributing
ActB, and expenses of the election returns, to in?
clude the sums due Messengers for bringing and
delivering to the Secretary of State the returns o!
elections for members of Congress, $1000; for con?
tingent expenses of the Legislative Library, $2000
$700 for the pay and mileage of the special com?
mittee on the Bank, sitting arning the recess; foi
the necessary ./expenses incurred by the specia
railroad commission appointed at the extra session
$352; to Theodore Stark, Keeper of the State Housi
I and Librarian, $528, appropriated at the last ses
sion, for arrearages of salary; for defraying th
expenses of special -joint committee appointed a
last regular session of the General Assembly fe
inquire and report as to the disposition of certaij
public property, $300.
For salary of Chief Justice, $3500; for salaries c
ten Judges, $3000 each; for salary of Attorney
General, $1100; for salaries of five Solicitors, $90
each; for Clerk of Court of Appeals, who shall b
Librarian, $80O-the same to mclude expenses <
fuel; for salary of Messenger of Baid Court, $20(
for purchase of books for Library of Court of Aj
peat, $1000, to be drawn aud expended by order c
the presiding Justice; for firewood and. fuel fe
Court of Appeals, $50; for salary of State Reporte]
$1500; for pay of constables and jurors, $50,000.
For salary of Treasurer of State, $3200, includin
the salaries cf one or more clerks; for salary <
Comptroller-General, $2500, including clerk's sal?
ry; to Comptroller-General, $200, for making oi
copies of tax returns in 1867, and a like Bum f<
like service in 1866; for Assessor of St. Philip's au
St. Michael's, for making out and affixing asses;
ments of each return, iSOO.
For salaries of eleven Professors in the Univers
ty of South Carolina, $11,000; for Librarian of Un
versity, who shall be Secretary of the Board of Tru
tees, $600, to be paid by the Treasurer of the Stat
quarterly, in advance; for repairs of Universr
For payment of contingent accounts of the Stat
$37,000; for payment such claims as may be admi
ted by the Legislature at its present sessio
$20,000; for education of the deaf and dumb ar
blind, $4000; for repairs of the buildings at Ced?
SpringB, $2000; for support of free schools $25,0C
to be distributed on the basis of representation
the popular branch of the Generaf Assembly; f
payment of such other claims or demands on tl
State, as may be allowed by the General Assemb
upon the reports of other committees, $20,000; f
Lunatio Asylum, $8000.
For salary and services of Secretary of Stal
$500; in lieu of all charges r gainst the State f
For maintaining and keeping open the Rop
Hospital, in Charleston, $3000, to be paid to t
Medical Society in trust for tho Roper lund.
For the support of the Catawba Indians, $12(
to be paid to the order of the Indian Agent, and
be expendep under the direction' of the Govern<
For the rent and fixtures of a house for the ti
of the Court of Appeals, $300. For expenses i
curred by Committee on Emigration, appoint
session 1865, $500; to be paid on draft John
Wagener, Chairman. For clerks of Committee
Education and Accounts, $90. For the purchi
of artificial legs for citizens of this Stwte who ha
lost theirs in the service of the country in the i
cent war, $20,000. For testing in the Courts t
oonstitutionaiity of the Act of Congress by whi
lands have been sold In St. Helena and St. Lui
Parishes, $5000, to be drawn subject to tile ore
of the Governor.
That the Bum of $23,000 be appropriated for i
following purposes : $10,000 for permanent jail :
Richland; $4000 do for Darlington; $1500, in ad
tion to $1000 already appropriated to build tem]
rary jail for Sumter; $2500 temporary do. for Ch
terneld; $1500, in addition to $1000 abrei
appropriated for Barnwell; do. for Beaufort; $1
to complete jail and court house in Lexingt
$1500 for completing jail in Lancaster. For cov
ing new State House with a tin roof, $12,000. 3
the construction of a Penitentiary, $45,000, to
paid on draft of Governor from time to time
same may be needed, not to be drawn until e
mates furnished and work contracted for.
THE TAX ACT.
Upon the following articles, there shall be an
valorem tax paid, as property according to
assessed value, viz.: On all real estate, SO cents
every $100, except suoh lands as may be in posi
sion of the Freedmen's Bureau in January n>
on the cap: til stock of all gas-light companies
cents on every $100; on articles manufactured
sale, barter or exchange,'between the 1st da
January, 1866, and January, 1867, $1 on every $
to be paid by the manufacturers; on the gi
amount of all spirituous liquors (except on liqt
manufactured m this State from fruits in t
season), sold from January 1 to December
1867,10 per, cent., to be paid quarterly to the
' collectors of the several Districts; on buggies,
riages, gold and silver plate, watches, jewelry
pianos, on hand January 1, 1867. except those 1
? by dealers for sale, $1 on every $100.
Upon all gross incomes derived from the foll
ing sources, there shall be paid a tax of the
1 cent, herein specified on the aggregate amounl
ceived. between the first day or January, 1866,
the 1st day of January, 1857: From employme
faculties and professions, including the prof ea
' of dentistry (whether in the profession of the
Ahe profits be derived from the costs of suit, i
:or other sources of professional income), excep
clergymen, $2 on every $100; on commissions
ceived by brokers, vendue masters, factors, ?
mission merchante, dealers in exchange (foreig
domestic),or in mortgages, bonds and omer h<
tiable papers, $5 on every $108; on the gross am?
of premiums received by insurance companies
corporated within this Slate, ?2 on every $100
the gross amount of premiums received on ai
. , .-?A. .
cios of insurance companies and underwriters in?
corporated without tho limits of this State, $3 on
every $100; on tho gross amount of the rccoipts of
oxpross companies, $10 on every $100, to be paid to
the Treasurer of tho State; on" tho gross amount
of tho rccoipts of telegraph companies, ?" on every
$100; on the sross amount of receipts from thc s:ilc
of pictorial newspapers or magazines, $23 on every
$100; on tho gross receipts of" newspapers publish?
ed in this State, $2 on every $100; on the amount of
sales of goods, wares, mci chandize, embracing all
the articles of trade for sale, barter or exchange
(spirituous liquors and the products of this State,
and thc unmanufactured products of any of the
United States or Territories thereof, excepted),
which any person shall have made from.tho 1st day
of January, of tho pecscnt year, to tho 1st day of
January, A. D. 1807, GO co?ts on every $100;" for
same articles, a tax of 50 cents for tho ensuing
year; on thc gross profits of National Banks, $10
on every $100; on the incomes derived from the
arts of photographing and daguerreotyping, $1 on
every $10^t on all incomes amounting to more than
$500" per anmvm, derived from salaries, rents, divi?
dends and money at interest, in excess of $500, $1
on every $100; on the incomes derived from saw,
flour and grist mills, and also from cotton ginned
on toll, $2 on every $100; on tho gross incomes of
all railroads (not exempted by law), $1 on every
$100, but that when a part of a railroad only is
within the limits of this State, tho return of" its
income shall bear the same ratio to its whole in
corno that the length ol' tho road in this State boars
to its whole length.
Thc following persons arc to pay a tax on evory i
$100 of gross income: hotel-keepers, $2; restau?
rants or eating houses, $2; livery stables. ?-2; butch?
ers and hucksters, $2; billiard tables, $5; bowling
allevs, $5; bar-rooms, whether connected with a
hotel or otherwise. $10; ferric*, $10; toll-gates, $1.
Upon taking out a charter, except for religious,
charitable anti educational purposes, $20; each re?
newal of charter under this Act, $10.
The keepers of public race courses shall pay a
tax of $100; each public hack, stage coach, dray
and baggage wagon shall bc taxed. $10, and each
All persons representing publicly, for gain or
reward, auy plays, comedy, tragedy, or other em?
ployment of the"stagc, or "exhibiting wax works or
other shows of any kind whatsoever, to be paid
into the hands of the Clerks of Courts respective?
ly (who shall be hound to collect and pay the
same into the public Treasury, excepting in
cases where tho same is now required by law to be
paid to corporations or otherwise), $10 per day;
circus exhibitions, $50 per day; dogs shall be taxed
$1, but for each plantation and inhabited lot in a
town or village there shall bc one dog exempted
A capitation tax of $1 per head on every male
between the ages of twenty-one and fifty, resident
in the State on tho first day ol' February, 18(57, ex?
cept they be incapable of earning a support. Every j
employer shall make returns of the nam?s of all
persons that aro employed by him, and pay the j
tax of such person or persons, in which case the
tax receipt shall be a good and valid set-off in any j
action for wages by such employee against such |
All taxes levied on property, as prescribed in
this Act, shall be paid to the tax collector for the
District or Parish in which said property is lo?
cated, except that tho tax levied on railroad, ex?
press and telegraph companied be paid into the
Treasury of the State.
The lots and houses on Sullivan's Island shall be
returned to the tax collector of tho tax district in
which they are situated in the same manner as
other town lots and houses, and shall be hable to
the same rates of taxation.
The taxes herein levied shall be paid only in gold
or silver coin, United States Treasury notes, or
notes of national banks, or the bills receivable of
this State, and also pay-certificates of jurors and
constables for attendance on the courts. The tax
collectors of the several collection districts shall
be allowed on all sums of money paid into their
hands for taxation a commission as follows: For
St. Philip's and St. Michael's,- per cent.; for
Anderson, Abbeville, Chester, Kershaw, Bichland,
Clarendon, Darlington, Laurens, Marion, Newber?
ry, Orange, Spartanburg, Sumter, Edgefield, '
Union, York and Barnwell, -four per cent.; for
Chesterfield, Greenville, Lancaster, Lexington,
Marlboro, Pickens? Fairfield, St. Matthew's, Prince
George "Winyah, St. Bartholomew's and Williams?
burg, six per cent.; for Horry, St. Helena, St. Ste
Ehen's, Christ Church, Prince William's, All
aints', St. George's, Dorchester, St. James' San
tee and Goose Creek, St. John's Berkeley and
Colleton, and St. Peter's, eight per cent.; for St.
Andrew's, and St. Thomas and St. Dennis ten per
cent.: Provided, That in all districts where the
taxes amount to more than $30,000, the commis?
sions shall be two per cent, on the excess. Tax
collectors to make returns to the Treasury in Co?
lumbia, on or before July, 1867.
No tax collector or assessor shall receive his
commissions till their returns have been received
at the Treasurer's office, and been approved by
The assessors of thc several districts are requir?
ed to return to the tax collector fists of all persons
in their district, subject to the capitation tax, with
such particulars of residence, etc., as may serve to
identify the persons. The tax collector is required
to pay to the State Treaturer the quarterly returns
within thirty days. Each tax collector shall attend !
at the court house, or some other public place,
daily, for one week previous to making his final re
turn. All taxes on incomes shall refer to those re- |
ceived between January 1, 1866, and 1867, except
special designations. I
Before the collection of the taxes herein levied,
an assessment shall be made of the actual value of i
the property taxed; and for that purpose the tax
collectors of the several Districts and Parishes,
except the Parishes of St. Philip and St. Michael,
are hereby constituted assessors. Each tax col?
lector, before entering upon his duties as asses?
sor, snail take ard subscribe, before the Clerk of
the Court of the District, the following oath, which
shall be endorsed on his commission, viz.: "L, A.
B., do promise and swear that I will, to the best
of my ability, execute the duties of assessor for
niy collection district, and will, without favor or
partiality, ascertain and assess the actual value of
the property, real and personal, upon which an ad
valorem tax is laid before, and for the pur pose of
laying such tax."
PARKER & CHILD,
Clothing and Furnishing Goods,
.WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
f?o. 103 BAST BAT STREET,
December 21 Imo Under the American Hoteh
Fill IND HR GOODS,
OLD AND WELL KNOWN STAND
Edgerton & Richards,
NO. 82 BROAD STREET.
fTTHE SUBSCRIBER BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS
JL and the public generally mat he is now receiving
his Stock of
FILL MD WINTER GOODS,
CONSISTING CF :
BLACK AND COLORED CLOTHfc
Black and Fancy Cassimeres, in great variety of styles
Beaver and Pilot Cloths
plain and Figured Velvet, Silk and Cassimere Vestings.
All of which are of the best
MEM MD DOMESTIC HAM?CTORE.
I take pleasure in Informing the public that having se?
cured the services of one of
THE BEST CUTTERS
In the country, who, from his extensive experience, both
in Europe and America, is prepared to guarantee A ?TT
TO ALL. ~
As Successor of Edgerton & Bichar?s
X would inform the old patrons of the establishment that
I have their.
A1TD OAK PILL
ORDERS FROM THEIR FORMER CUSTOMERS
AT A DISTANCE WITH SATISFACTION.
J. S. PHILLIPS.
December 1 Imo
Being aware that there is an im?
pression in the mind of the puolic
that all kinds of merchandise has
greatly depreciated in value within
the iast few weeks, although that de?
preciation is confined principally to
fancy and undesirable goods, we
have decided to MAEIC ALL OF OUR
GOODS at such prices as will insure
an immediate sale of our large and
well assorted stock of CLOTHING
AND FURNISHING GOODS. We
earnestly recommend huyers to ex?
amine our stock hefore purchasing.
Below is a partial list of our For?
mer and Present Prices :
FINE FRENCH BEAVER OVERCOATS..?47.00 ?40.00
FINE IRISH FRIESE OVERCOATS. 30.00 25.00
HEAVY MIX OVERSACKS. 18.00 16.00
HEAVY MTX OVERSACKS. 12.00 10.00
FINE TRICOT SUITS. 48.00 43.00
SCOTCH CASSIMERE SUITS. 45.00 35.00
FINE BBOWN AND GOLD MIX SUITS... 40.00 32.00
FINE FANCY SUITS. 40.00 30.08
DARK MIX CASSIMERE SUITS. 35.00 30.00
FINE SLLK MIX SUITS. 35.00 30.00
FANCY SUETS.15.00 13.00
MIXED SACKS. 8.00 6.00
FANCY SACKS. 5.00 4,00
FANCY CASSIMERE PANTS (all wool)_ 8.00 6.00
ALL WOOL CASSIMERE VESIS. 4.00 3.00
MAGULLAR, WILLIAMS & PARKER,
No. ?70 KING, COR. HASEL-ST.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE mm il
1 8 3 O,
AT CORKER OF EAST B1? AND QUEEN ST.,
AND NOW EE-OPENED AT
NO. 219 JONG STREET,
WEST SIDE, ONE DOOR SOUTH OF MARKET
STREET, UNDER THE CARE OF
THE SAME PRINCIPAL
HATE RECEIVED DURING THE
past week a larsce invoice of ^
to fill up their Stock, and can now
offer to purchasers choice and at?
tractive styles of GARMENTS of all
BOTS' AND YOUTHS'
THE BEST SUPPLY IN THE CITY.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF PURE LAMBS?
WOOL AND MERINO SHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
well supplied with a variety of
which can be made np under the su?
pervision ?fa first-class FRENCH
CUTTER, who is calculated to please
every one that will favor us with
B. W. B?cTUREOUS, SuperimtemlCTit.
No. 35 BROAD STREET
AND EXAMINE A FINE LOT OF
SUITS OF WHICH WELL BE MADE TO OBDEB AI
November 37 MERCHANT TAILOR.
J-?} ILU W?
DRY GOODS, ETC.
Just Received, at tlie
No. 287 King- street,
BANCROFT'S OLD STAND.
WE WOULD CAUL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR
VERY LARGE AND WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF
Most of which, has just been purchased by one of tho
Finn at much lower prices than we have yet been ablo
to Bhow this season.
Our city and country friends, and the public generally,
are respectfully invited to examine OUR STOCK before
purchasing elsewhere. We will guarantee all Goods at
the lowest market prices.
Some Goods we are offering at very low prices,
SUCH sa :
LINEN CRASH, for Towels, at.. 10c.
BLEACHED LINEN CRASH at. 12}?c.
VERY GOOD LONGCLOTH at. 12}ic.
GOOD SHIRTING LONGCLOTH from.17 to 20c.
GOOD BROWN SHIRTINGS at 7 yds. for.$1.00
CALICOES at. 12??c
A FEW MOURNING CALICOES, a little dam?
NEW STYLES AND BEST QUALITIES, at
.16%, 18%, 20 to 25c.
ONE CASE OF ASSORTED PURPLE PRINTS,
ranging from.20 to 30o.
4-4 PURPLE PRINTS, English.
iri BROWN MIXED PRINTS, French.
We have also opened entirely new and very desirable
patterns, in all of the very best makes of PRINTS.
FURNITURE PRINTS AND WHITE AND COLORED
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
WE WOULD CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR
TWENTY-FIVE CENT COUNTER, which contains a ?
variety of Goods at almost half price, consisting of a few !
COLORED WORSTED PLAIDS,
COLORED CASHMERE PLAIDS,
PLAID LUSTRES, for Mourning,
; Together with other DRESS GOODS, which are very
cheap at twenty-five cents.
ALSO TO OUR THIRTY TO THIRTY-FIVE CENT
COUNTER, which contains an assortment of
_ ' STRIPE POPLINS,
PLAIN AND MIXED POPLINS,
A FEW PIECES OF PLAIN MERINOES AND STRIPED
DELAINES, double width, which we now offer at 30 to
35 cente-original prices 50 to 65 cents.
We also invite attention to many other styles of j
BRESS GOODS that we have marked down in similar
ENGLISH MERINOES AND COBURGS.
? FRENCH MERINOES, from.... .$L00 to 1.25 and $1.40
Some of the pieces are very cheap in all shades.
FULL LINES OF EMPRESS CLOTHS IN ALL !
COLORS, in Drabs, Slates, Royal Purple, French Blue,
I Mazarine Blue, Maroons, &c, &c, which we wfll sell ?
! cheap ; together with almost every style of DRESS
GOODS usually brought to this market.
; WE ABE SHOWING FULL LINES OF GOODS IN
EVERY OTHER DEPARTMENT.
CLOTHS AND FLANNEL DEPARTMENT.
NEW,, STYLE HOOP SKIRTS IN THE BEST
BLACK GOODS AND SILK GOODS DEPART?
We are offering a beautiful line of Colored Silks and
foll fine of Black Bilks in an qualities.
CLOAK AND SHAWL DEPARTMENT.
HOSIERY AND GLOVE DEPARTMENT.
Full Unes of English and German Hosiery.
Two foll lines of French Kid Gloves in overs number.
OUR LINEN AND DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT win be
found wen stocked with an the most userai articles for
family and housekeeping purpose?; together with every
omer article to be found in our line, which we will sell
at tho lowest market prices for CASH OB CITY AC?
Our country friends can make their purchases by
order, or anonld they visit the city, wo will ba glad to
have the ia edi on us. ?
N. B.-SAMPLES AND PRICE LISTS cent free of
Sharge to any part of the Stato.
Be sure and call at
(Bancroft's Old Stand).
DRY GOODS, ETG.
NO. 248 King- Street,
BETWEEN HASEL AN? MARKET STS.,
EESPEOTFULLY INVITF^ THK ATTENTION OF
TUE PUBLIC to bis varied Stock of
JUST OPENED, AT MUCH EEDUCED PIIICES.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
5000 YARDS BLACK AND WHITE POPLTNS, at 15e.
With alaric variety of other DRESS GOODS ranging on
tho same price.
Our IRISH POPLINS nud SILK GOODS are worth the
attention of customers and those seeking styles and va?
riety, combined with cheapness. Tin- attention of the
Ladies is particularly requested to thc (tame.
The Linen Department in well supplied in SHEET?
ING and SHIRTING LINENS, with a lar^c assortment of
TOWELLINGS, all of thc most popular brands, and at
much reduced prices. ?
CLOTH AND CASSIMERE DE?
ThoSe seeking such will find my G-4 BLACK AND
COLORED BROADCLOTHS at $2.50 t;. b<; ? very line
PRINTS & DOMESTICS DEPART?
2000 YARDS OF COLORED MADDER PRINTS, at
1231c. per yard, is offered.
BROWN GOODS.-STRIPED SHIRTING AND TICK?
INGS, proportionably cheap.
BLANKETS AND FLANNEL DE?
20 PIECES 3-4 FINE SALISBURY FLANNEL, at 30c.
per ya: d. With large lot of other brands.
ALSO, VERY CHEAP,
A very largo lot BLANKETS, in White and Colored, is
offered at from S4 per pair and upwards. Particular at?
tention is paid to the
CLOAK AND SHAWL DEPART?
In which will be found the Latest Styles and Best
Fabrics in Material and Trimming.
LACE GOODS DEPARTMENT.
1500 FRENCH LACE COLLARS arc offered at 15c.
each. Genuine Cluny, Guipure and Brussels Laces, an
very low figures,
1900 pieces English and French BONNET RIBBONS, in
various widths, at very low prices.
LADIES' AND MISSES' HATS, Ostrich Feathers and
Flowers, in gjeat variety.
HOSIERY AND GLOYE DEPART?
In this line w?l be found a well and carefully Belected
Stock of HOSE AND HALF HOSE, for Ladies, Gents and
Children. Best of KID GLOVES for Ladies and Gentle?
men, just received at very low prices. Also, Berlin Cas
siruere and Lined Thread and Silk Gloves, very reasons^
Having just REPLENISHED MY STOCK in all its dif?
ferent departments, I can assure those in want o? any?
thing in my line, that they will find largo assortments in
every class of GOODS, and at such rates that will defy
A call is respectfully solicited.
NO. 248 KING STREET,
Between Hasel and Market streets.
E1RHART, WITFOBD & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERB?
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. 55, 57, 59
and 61? Hudson street, near Duane, New York.
T. F. CARHART.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN "WAGENEN..
December 10 Gmo A T. HAMILTON.
PAINTS, 0ILSs ETC.
ALBEE & WARBEN,
Wholesale and Retail
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS
We are now offering our Stock of
Which is complete,
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
City and Country Merchants are
respectfully invited to gi?e us a caH
before purchasing elsewhere.
NO. 4 BLAYNE STREET,
Sign Lamp Banner?
December IT Imo
THE SOUTHERN EXCHANGE t
THE FINEST OYSTERS
OF THE SEASON !
THE BEST LIQUORS IN TOWNS
" THE 6REAT POPULAR RESORT.
SHE PROPRIETOR OF THE SOUTHERN EX?
CHANGE, No. 125 MEETING-STREET, respectfully in?
forms the public that th?
OLD POPULAR PLACE
Ls still open. The FINEST OYSTERS TO BS HAD be
off ?rs by the barrel, bushel, gallon or quart; also, on the
half eben at tk? couiUsr, or stewed, roasted, fried, or tafe
any other way desired.
. ?OOD WHISKIES,
. ITRST-EATE WINES,
No. 1 SEO ARS.
THOMAS FLYNN, Proprietor.