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KY JULIAN A. SELBY._ COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1866. ~ VOLUME "i-NO.269^
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Great Mon of the Past.
A correspondent of a Chicago
journal, who has lately visited the
national capitol, pays au eloquent
tribute to the three great men whose
presence and influence ure now so
sadly missed in the halls of Congress.
We can easily imagine the emotions
of an old visitor of the Capitol, who,
after many years, comes back to that
magnificent structure, but misses that
which was its chief glory, the illus?
trious statesmen, whose broad, At
lantean shoulders were lilted to bear
the burthens of empire. Architec?
tural skill may raise a more gorgeous
edifice than that of the simpler days
of the Republic, but where is the
Promethean spark that shall relume
the .light of those fires of genius which
once made it the glory ol' the earth?
The casket may be more splendid,
but the gems which gave it its chief
Taine have ceased to shine.
There was something even in the
personal presence of Webster, Cal- j
houn and Clay which attracted the j
observation of a stranger. The mas- j
sive form of Webster, the imperial !
brojv, the solemn repose of the classic j
features, lit up by those lustrous, :
cavernous eyes; the iron physique ?
of Calhoun; the graceful, spirited,
chivalric person of Clay, challenged
the attention of strangers visiting the
Senate. It needed no one to point
them out to those who did not know
them. The hand of Nature had
stamped upon each the unmistakable
mark of men born to lead and com?
mand. When they grappled each
other in debate, it was a war of giants.
Yet, it is a remarkable fact that these,
the three greatest Americans that
have lived-in the modern days of the
Republic, were never elevated to the
Presidency. If they were ambitious
tc obtain the highest honors of the
Republic-and no one had a better
right to indulge stich aspirations
they went dewai to the grave disap?
pointed men, and, so far as their per?
sonal elevation to the highest official
dignities was concerned, might ?is
well have been subjects of a European
monarchy as citizens of tin; American
Undoubtedly, the career which
each ran, long so brilliant m fame
and influence, was sadly darkened
towards its close. The sun, which
has risen so auspiciously, and travel?
ed in sueli might and splendor
through the firmament, went down
shorn of its bright ness and enveloped
by melancholy clouds. Bnt it was
the disappointment, of a deeper and
nobler passion than personal ambi?
tion that darkened the last days of
the most illustrions patriots of a
former era. Their prophetic vision
beheld the calamities which were im?
pending over their country, and who?
mever else may have been blind to the
signs of the coming storm, no one
can doubt that the experienced
mariners who had so long struggled
to avert it, felt, with a pang as keen
as that of death, that the labor of
their lives was lost, and that their
own funeral dirges would scarce have
ceased before the ship of St^te would
go to pieces, and the roar of the
breakers sing a nation's requiem.
If these great amt patriotic Amesir
cans could once more re-visit ?i\o
scenes o? their ancient renown, /now
would they struggle to bind i(jf]> the
wounds which tim war bas made, and
to build that Union which th?f?r lives
"illustrated upon foundations which
the vicissitudes and convulsions of
< time could never change^ If it is
! spirit, and render a worthy tribute
to their memory by promoting the
mutual concord and confidence of the
I AN ELOQUENT EXTRACT.-The foi
I lowing is from a speech delivered by
the Hon. Alexander White in the
Alabama Sbite Convention:
* * * The Bonnie Blue Flag no
longer reflects the light of the morn?
ing sunbeam, or kisses with its silken
folds the genial breezes of our South
em clime. The hands that waved it
along the fiery crest of a hundred
battle-fields, and the hearts that, for
the love they bore it, so often defied
danger and death, no longer rally
around it. Another banner waves in
triumph over its closed and prostrate
folds, but proud memories and glori?
ous recollections cluster around it.
Sir, T will refrain. The South needs
no etdogy. The faithful record of
her achievements will encircle her
brow with glory bright and enduring
as thc diadem that crowns the night
of her cloudless skies. The scenes of
Marathon and Piatas have been re?
enacted in thc New World without
the b?n?ficiai results which flow from
those battle-fields of freedom, and
our country lies prostrate at the feet
of the conqueror.
But dearer to me is she in this hour
of her humiliation than was she in
the day and hour of her power. Each
blood-stained field, each track of de?
vastation, each new-made grave of
her sons fallen in her defence, each
mutilated form of the Confederate
soldier-lier widow's tear, her or?
phan's cry-are but so many cords
that bind me to her in the midst of
her desolation, aud draw my affec?
tions closer around my stricken coun?
try. When I raise my hand or lift
my voice*against her, may the thun?
ders rivet nie where I stand. Though
I be false in all else, I will be true fb
her.* Though all others may prove
faithless, I will be faithful still. And
when, in obedience to the great com?
mand, "Dust to dust," my heart shall
return to that earth from whence it
sprang, it shall sink into her bosom
with the proud consciousness that it
never knew one beat not in unison
with the honor, the iutersts, the glory
of my country.
AFFAIRS IN ARKANSAS.-The Little
Hock Gazette, of the 2Stl? ultimo,
"Occasionally we hear through the
papers of some outrages being com?
mitted in the Western and Southern
portions of tho State, but, as a gene?
ral thing, it may he said that 'all is
quiet' throughout Arkansas; and, just
now, when the rigors of winter are
upon us, this is a peculiarly gratifying
state of affairs. It is true, there is
some suffering caused by the evils
which follow war, but looking to the
sad occurrences which are constantly
being enacted in other States, we
have just cause to be thankful to an
over-ruling Providence that wc are
passing along so smoothly and
The New York Herald recommends
a World's Congress to regulate inter?
national law. The London Times,
with its usual unfairness, steals the
thunder of the Herald, and hurls it
from its own Olympus. We are glad
to see that the Herald exposes the
ignominious fraud. The Times ought
" to be ashamed of itself. To pilfer an
idea from thc New York Herald is the
smallest piece of petit larceny that
wc ever heard of. What is the world
coming to! We shall next hear of
tlie Rothschilds picking the pocket
of some poor old Fagin in St. ?Giles.
[ Richmond Dispatch.
HORACE GREELEY rx WASHINGTON.
A Washington despatch to the Phila?
delphia Sunda? Press says:
"Thc editor of the New York
Tribune had a long interview with
the "resident yesterday. Both sides
were pleased. Horace came lure
anxious to find out tho truth of the
many sinister rumors as to the Presi?
dent's readiness to make trouble in
the ranks of the Unionists, and he
goes back a very well satisfied man.
The President knows Mr. Greeley's
influence, and gives full weight to his
The Columbus (Geo.) Sun says:
"We understand that a company of
prominent gentlemen from this city
intend leaving for Mexico at an early
day. Among the most distinguished
' persons of the party is Judge Swan,
lately of Tennessee, and an ex-mem?
ber of the Confederate Congress. By
additions from other places the num?
ber will bo increased at New Orleans
to at least twenty-six persons. This
number alone will form ii respectable
Two of the rowdies who assaulted
Vallandigham, ut Eaton, Ohio, a few
weeks since, have beeii arrested for
prior criminal acts. One was carried
off to Indiana upon the i-equisition of
To Raise Supplies for the Year I860.
Be il ordained by the Mayor and Alder?
men of the City of Columbia, in Council
assembled, and by the authority of the same.
That a tax to cover the period from Janu?
ary 1, I860, to January 1. 1867. for the sum?,
and in the manner hereinafter mentioned,
shall be raised and paid into the public
treasury of the said city, for thc use and
SEC. I. That is to say, one dollar on every
hundred dollars of the assessed value of real
estate lying within the limits of said city ;
and the value of all taxable real estate
within the city of Columbia shall bo as?
sessed by tho City Assessor.
SEC. II. And be il rther ordained, That
each male person over tho age of fifteen
years and under the age of sixty years
shall pay a tai of one dollar.
SEC. ill. Thirty cents shall bc levied
upon every hundred dollars of Bales of
goods, wares and merchandize, embracing
sales of all articles of trade for barter or
exchange, which shall be made by resi?
dent merchants, traders and dealers, within
the city of Columbia, from the first day
of January, one thousand sight hundred
SEC. IV. And whereas many persons set
up temporary shops or stores for the sale
ot merchandize, after the time fixed for
assessing taxes, and close thc same before
thc return of the tax thereon, so as to
avoid the payment of taxes to the city
altogether: Be it further ordained, That all
such dealers shall, upon opening shop or
store in the city of Columbia, pay to tho
City Clerk thc sum of twenty-five dollars,
which shall bo allowed bim in the next set?
tlement for tares, and the overplus, if any,
lie retmmod to him ; and such transient
dealer shall pay one dollar on every one
hundred dollars of sales of goods, wares
and merchandize. On failure to pay, after
being notified, thc Mayor shall forthwith
issue an execution against the defaulters,
and collect the money in tho usual way.
SEC. V. There shall bo levied one per
cent, upon sales at auction of all jroods,
the property of persons who are residents
of the city of Columbia. One-and-a-hall
per cent, upon sales at auction of all goods,
property of non-residents. Ono-half per
cent, upon sales at auction of real estate,
and stocks of every description : Pro?
vided, nevertheless, That no tax shall Le
levied upon any sales at auction made by
order of Court or process of law.
SEC. VI. That all merchants and others
selling any goods, wares and merchandize,
on consignment, shah pay a ta.t of one pei
cent, on all such fioods, wares and mer?
chandize sold by them ; and the persons
mentioned in this and in the three preced?
ing sectious of this Ordinance, shall bf
repaired to make quarterly returns ot theil
8ales,and to pay the taxes assessed thereby
to the City Clerk at tho end of each ant
SEC. VII. .-Ind be il further ordained, b;
the authority aforesaid. That a tax of on?
per cent, shalt be paid on the premium:
received by each and every Insuranci
Company, or a?ent or agency thereof
doing business in this city and chartere*
by the State of South Carolina ; the agent:
of all Companies not chartered hy tin- Stat?
shall pay one-and-a-half per cent, on al
premiums received by them. And it shal
bo the duty of every Insurance Company
or the officers or the agents thereof, t(
make monthly returns, under oath, to tin
City Clerk, of the amount of premiums fo
the month preceding, under a penalty o
two dollars for each and every day fha
such company or agent vir ageuey may ne
gh-cL or refuse to make returns and pa;
the said tux-to be collected by execution
as in other cases provided lor the colh-c
tion of tines and forfeitures.
SEO. VIII. And be it f-irlher ordained, b
the authority aforesaid, That two dollar
shall be paid on each and every horse
mare, stallion, gelding and mule, kept 0
used within the city of Columbia, beside
the tax on vehicles, as follows : Tea dollar
shall bc p.iid on each and every fm
wheeled pleasure carriage or baronehi
drawn by two or more horses; five dollar
on each and every one horse carrin -c
buggy, barouche, gig or sulky, not use
for hire; tea dollars on every vehicle use
for the breaking or exhibiting of horse
and mules ; fifteen dollars on each hack o
carriage, drawn by two horses, and run tn
the conveyance of passengers for hire
eight dollars on each and every one hors
buggy, gig or sulky, kept or used for hire
ten dollars on each anil every four hors
wagon ; eight dollars on each two hors
wagon ; six dollars on each one heirs
wagon, cart or dray; twenty dollars o
each express wagon ; fifteen dollars o
each and every omnibus or stage ; and a
persons commencing to use or run any cai
riag* or other vehicle, after the timo ft
the payment of taxes, shall pay from th
time they commenced to use or run sue
carriage or vehicle, to the end of tho yea
Li proportion- to the rate of taxes per ai
mun : Provided, That no person shall 1
allowed to uso any omnibus, wagon, dra;
cart or other vehicle, for the transport;
lion of baggage or passengers from or
part of thc city to another, until the own?
thereof shall have given bond to the cit;
to be taken by the City Clerk, with two <
more good sureties, iii the sum of li\
hundred dollars, conditioned that sue
owner will pay all damages that may r?
suit from the loss or injury to baggage (
passengers, while being earned on tl
omnibus, wagon, dray, cart or other ca
riage of such owner, or after being ci
trusted to the custody of the driver therec
or any of his assistants. And any perse
offending herein shall be liable to a line
five dollars per day for each day sut
wagon, cart, dray or other carriage fi
carrying baggage" or passengers, may 1
run before such bondis given: And pr
vided, further, That nothing herein co
tained shall extend to any of the abo'
enumerated vehicles not used, althouf.
kept within the limits of tho city : Ai
provided, also, That nothing herein co
tained shall be construed to extend
wagons, carts, drays or carriages, going
or from market, and owned hy non-res
dents of said city.
And bc it further ordained, That a tax
two dollars shall be paid on each and eve
horse, mare, stallion, gelding and mu!
sold in this city Ly or on account of ai
horse trader or livery stable keeper ; ai
thc keeper of every livery stable sin
make quarterly returns, on oath, of su
sales at his stable, and pay the tax therco
under a penalty of two dollars per day f
failure to make such returns and paymeii
at tho end of tho quarter.
SEC. IX. And be ? further ordained. Th
no person shu il let or hire any wagon, cu
or dray, or other carriage, or run any oi
Bilms, ?tage, hack or other carriage, 1
tho transportation of goods or paasengoi
within the limits of said eitv, without hav?
ing first obtained a badge from the City
Clerk, to be placed on some conspicuous
part of the vehicle ; also, a badge with a
number by which he may be identified and
known, to bo worn on a conspicuous part
of his person, by thc driver of such omni?
bus, wagon, cart, dray or other carriage,
under a penalty of live dollars for each and
every day that such vehicle shall be so run,
to be recovered by information before tho
Mayor, or any one of the Aldermen ol' ?aid
?SEC. X. Whereas all male persons be?
tween thc ages of sixteen and fifty years,
residing within the limits of the" city of
Columbia, are required by the laws of "this
State to work upon the streets of the said
city for full twelve days in each and every
year : Be it therefore ordained, That each
and every person liable to work on the
streets of the said city of Columbia may
and ahull be excused from the performance
of said duty, upon the payment of three
dollars to the City Clerk ; and each and
every person so liable, who shall fail to
pay the said sum of tin co dollars within the
time hereinafter specified, shall, when
summoned to do so, be required to work
upon tho streets of the said city for full
twelve days, under the direction of the
Overseer of Streets ; and if any such per?
son or persons shall neglect or refuse to
w*rk upon the said streets at thc time
when summoned, such person or persons
shall be fined two dollars for each and
every day that he or they shall neglect or
refuse so to wurk, to be recovered by in?
formation before the Mayor and Aldermen
in Council assembled. And it shall be thc
duty of the City Clerk, and of the Chief of
Pidiee, to report to the said Mayor and Al?
dermen all defaulters under either of the
clauses of this section.
SEC XI. That for a license to retail
spirituous liquors, in quantities less than
a quart, the sum of one hundred dollars
per annum shall be paid in advance ; and
for a license to sell spirituous liquors, in
quantities of a quart or more, the sum ol
fifty dollars per annum shall be paid in ad?
vance : Provided, that no license to sell
spirituous liquors shall bc granted for a
snorter period than six ?jnonths : 4'"'
provided, further, That the granting Ol
withholding-of licenses, in eacli particnlai
case, will be at the discretion of the City
Council. And the City Clerk shall be en?
titled tp receive, for issuing each and every
license, the sum of two dollars ; to bc pak
by the person or persons licensed.
SEC. XII. One per cent, on the income!
of brokers, and one-fourth of one percent
on all incomes derived from commissioi
business, or the practice of professions
within the limits of the said city.
SEC. XIII. Two dollars upon each atti
every dog shall be paid by the person o:
persons on whose premises the dog is kept
And the police of the city of Columbia an
hereby authorized and required to kil
each and every dog found running at largi
within the limits of said corporation, an?
not having on a badge or collar, furaishe?
by authority of said city.
SEC. XIV. And be i? further ordained, b?
the tiutlutrity aforesaid, That no equesteiai
or theatrical performance, or other exhib?
I tion for gain, shall be held in the city o
Columbia, without a license from the Mayo
thereof first hftd and obtained, and tb
payment, in advance, to the City Clerk c.
twenty-live dollars per day for equestriai
exhibitions, and such sum as the Mayo
may assess foi theatricals or otner exhib?
tions for gain : and each anil every perso
exhibiting for gain, without first bavin
obtained sai l license and the payment ?.
said tax in advance, shall be lined in a sur
not le.-s than double tho amount of ?.ii
tax, in manner hereinbefore provided fr
the imposi ion rtf line-* and f .rfeitures.
SEC. XV. And be it further ordninei
That an annual tax of fifty dollar
shall be paid upon each and every hagu
telle, poole or keele, or hilliard table, an
I upon every bowling saloon, nine or ten pi
alley, or pistol gallery, kept within th
limits of the said c.ty ; and the sum of on
hundred dollars shall be paid, in advanci
for a license to keep or hnve a cock-p
within the limits of the said city, and n
I.reuse for such cock-pit shall be graute
: for any time within abe fiscal year for
i less sum than one hundred dollars : Pn
i tided, That no person or persons shu
; open anyone of the places of amusemei
! mentioned in this section, until he or thc
j shall have obtained a license for that pu
i pose from the Citv Council, and shall ua>
j entered into bond, with two or more ger
i securities, to the Mayor and Aldermen .
I the sum of live hundred dollars, condition?
I to observe the laws of the State ar
I city, and particularly the laws against r
1 tailing. Any person opening any sui
establishment within this city, within
I first having obtained the license and giv?
! bond as aforesaid, shall be subject toa hi
j not exceeding fifty doh?rs for each,di
: such establishment shall be kept open i
j used; also, that such place shall bo co
\ sidered, and is hereby declared to he,
j nuisance, and liable to be abated as such
j Sro. XVI. And he it further ordnint
? That each and every occupant of any re
! c?tate upon whose premises water
j brought by pipes or otherwise from the ci
I reservoir, shall pay to the City Clerk.
? the sann: time with the other taxes impos
I by this Ordinance, such sum as may he 8
! sessed by the Committee upon the Wat
SEC. XVII. And be it further ordnint
j That if any person or persons shall fa
: neglect or refuse to make a return to t
I City Clerk, on oath, of all Iiis, her, orthi
1 taxable property, income, sales, or nth
I things taxed by this Ordinance, on or I
fore the 15th day of February next, su
person or persons shall be then asscso
by the Assessor for all his, her, or th
property, or other things taxed bv tl
Ordinance, according to the best in io rn
tion which he cnn obtain of the value
such taxable property ; and such person
persons who shall fail, neglect, or refuse
i make a return, as aforesaid, or pay the I
thereon, on or before the 15th of Mai
I next, shall be subject to, and pay, in ad
tion to said tax, five per cent, on the wh
I amount of his, her, or their tax, as impof
I by this Ordinance. And the said dorl
j hereby required to collect and receive 1
: taxes and dues levied and imposed by t
Ordinance, and all arrears of former ta:
: and dues, and make a return thereof, a
: of all pei's.'ns who shall thei?bo in defai
to thc Mayor and Aldermen, on tho li
? dav of March next.
SEC. XVIII. And be it further ordain
' That the said Mayor anil Aldermen si
: issue their execution against each ?
' evcrv person who shall be reported hy
said Clerk to have failed, neglected, or
fused to make returns or pay tho ta
; imposed by this Ordinance, within tho ti
horein prescribed, which said execut
land District, to bo collected according to
the provisions of the Acts of the General
Assembly of this Stato in such caso made
Done and ratified in Council assembled,
under tho corporate seal of the city of
Columbia, thia fourth day of Januarv,
Anno Domini one thousand eight hun?
dred and uixtv-six.
J. G. GIBBES, Mavor.
_F. H. ELMORE,-City Clark. Jan 12 6
Institute for Young Ladies !
Opposite Charlotte Railroad Depot,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE duties of this Institute will be re?
sumed on Januarv 15, 18C6, and end on
July 15 following. For circulars, stating
terms, &C., apply to Principal.
Day Pupils will be received as heretofore.
To "encourage the study of the German
Language, Mad. S. gives" the privilege to
tho young ladies to join a class free of
Text books, except for Modern Lan?
guages, will be supplied, and a small
charge made for the* usc, per quarter, by
them. When injured or lost, they must be
replaced bv tho pupil.
NE AB ALSTON, S. C.
THE exercises of this institution will be
resumed the second WEDNESDAY in
January next. Every facility Will be afford?
ed for imparting ? thorough, practical,
accomplished and Christian education
TEKMS. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE:
Board, including Washing, for five
Tuition in English Branches, forfh'e
mont' ?. 25 00
Tuition m Music, for five months.... 25 00
" French, " " _ 20 00
" " Latin, " " .... 20 00
" " Drawing, " " ... 20 00
" Fancy Work, five months. 20 00
Incidental Expenses. 5 00
Pupils arc required to furnish their own
lights, sheets, pillow-cases, towels and
heavy covering. For further particulars,
address KEV. J. TAYLOR ZEALY,
Dec 2S t Principal, Monticello, S. C.
Greenville. S. C.
THE EXERCISES of this Institution
will bc resumed on tho 15th of Feb?
For Circular Riving further information,
application may be made to
PKOF. JXO. F. LANNEAU,
Oct 28 C>7_Secretary of Faculty.
Columbia Male Academy.
H. S. THOMPSON, Instructor in Mathe?
matics. Fn neh and English Branches.
RICHARD FORD, Instructor in the Latin
and Creek Classics.
jtf? THE exercises of this Acade
Af?jBk my will !ie resinned on the 8th
\ i Zj^sLj, ' d' January next. t5lI?? will
^ES^if oe prepared for admiss^fc^jOo
JrgTir* any university or ?ollegH^The
<?*2?J~ course of study will iifclude a
new and improved system of Book-keep
! ing, and special advantages will be afforded
; stich Btudvuts as mav desire to fit them
i selves for mercantile life,
j The scholastic year will be divided into
three terms of four months each. Tuition
at Hie rate of seventy-five ($75) dollars per
! year for the Classics and French, and sixty
($110) dollars for the English Brancnes,
payable at the beginning of each term,
l'upils who enter for lesa than a whole
term, will be charged at the above rates.
University of South Carolina.
-,5^ THE General Assembly of
/7^?X?V South Carolinahaving changed
tJ"iL?aa^ the South Carolina College into
"^TTSO%>" i Cniversity, applicants are
^Sr^Sp hereby notified that the exer
<?3?Jr cises uf the [miversity will be?
gin on MONDAY, the 8th January next.
Students (who must be at least fifteen
vears ol' age) will be allowed to select the
Departments which they wish to pursue,
provided thev attend the Lectures in at
least three Schools. In certain cases,
attendance upon a lesa number of Schools
may be permitted. There will be no exami?
nations for admission. Applicants should
present themselves punctually.
Fees, for the year, to be paid on en?
trance hv ouch student, in specie or its
?quivalent. Matriculation Fee, $5; Library
Fee, $15; Boom Rent, $20; Tuition Fee, if
three or more Schools are attended, $25 for
each School -if two Schools are attended,
$35 foi' each School-if only ono School is
attended, ?"?0. No abatement of fees for
late entrance. C. BRUCE WALKER,
Dec 22 t * Secretary Faculty.
??~ Charleston Coiffer. Augusta Consti?
tutionalist, Greenville F?fa'-prise, Marion
Crescent and Lancaster Judger w?Tgive the
above two insertions each, and forward*
their hills to the. Treasurer of the Univer?
sity, Kev. C. Bruce Walker, at this place._
iiwii I wm,
OFFICE IN COTTON TOWN,
WILL store or attend to tho forwarding
of COTTON, PRODUCE, FURNI?
TURE and GOODS entrusted to their care.
Will also sell HORSES, MULES, CAT?
We pledge ourselves to use every endea?
vor to promote the welfare of those who
mav favor us with tlheir paionago.
J. lil. CRAWFOltD. L. P. MILLER.
(T Charleston News, Newberry /Jerald,
Winnsboro News, Chester Standard, Abbe?
ville Banner, AncAorsoii Inle?tgencer and
Greenville Mountaineer wtll publish two
week*, and forward bills. Dec 30
FOR SiJLE OR RENT,
A DVTELT?ING HOUSE, containing
eight roomt-L situated two miles from
._Columbia, oin th? Camden Road. On
the premises are/a carriage home, stable,
barp and all necessary- out-houses. The
lot contains 180 ?cres, wooded. Apply to
f BEN J. T. DENT,
De? 13 I At ta? Market.
TO MAKE ROOM FOR
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL, PEALEB8 IN
Large & Well-selected Stock
i ^Ofarffr^asortment of PRINTS ^5ll^
i\ colors and qualities. ^^m\
French and English MERINO.
Black and Colored ALPACA.
Opera, White and Roo*All-wool and Cot?
GINGHAM. JACONET, SWISS MUSLIN.
JEANS, CAMBRICS, PAPER CAMBRICS.
Bleached and Unbleached HOMESPUN.
Linen and Cotton SHEETING.
SHAWLS, LADIES' CLOAKS.
HATS and BONNETS, tr'med and unt'd.
BONNET FRAMES, RIBBONS.
FLOWERS, FEATHERS, RUCHES.
BUGLE and other Fancy Dress arid
Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Hosiery.
Cuffs, Collars, Hair Nets.
Breakfast Shawls, Sontags.
Hoop and Balmoral Skirts, Corsets.
Veils, Coate's and Clark's Spool Cotton.
ALSO, A FULL LINE OF
GENTS m\mm GOODS !
Over, Business and Black Frock COATS.
PANTS and VESTS of all qualities.
White Linen and Woolen OVER-SHIRTS.
Shaker, Merino. Woolen and Cotton
UNDER-SHIRTS and DRAWERS.
Socks, Suspenders, Collars, Wristbands.
Neck-Ties, Pocket Handkex-chiefs.
Hats and Caps.
Fine Pegged and Sewed Boots, Gaiters
Together with a large and wall-selected
stock of Plain and Fancy
^FT^UB> BACON, CHEESE, BUTTER.
LARD, T?A> COFFEE, SUGAR.
Whole and Ground Spices, Candles.
Fancy and Commna^oaps.
Soda, Indigo, Coppera&vJBlue Stone. J
Madder and Logwood. J?tmmmm
Plain and Fancy Crackers.
Herrings and Mackerel, by tlujjK
half barrel and kit. Wm
Sweet Oil, Yeast Powders. ^kwmm^~'
Carbonate of Soda, Concentrated Lye.
Fancy and Plain Candies.
Sugar and Fancy Toys, Sardines.
Cotton and Wool Cards.
Pocket and Table Cutlery, Scissors.
Tobacc i and Segars.
Together with a large assortment of
goods usually kept, and too numerous to
ALSO, ON HAND,
A lurer, stock of WATCHES, CLOCKS,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired.
Old GOLD and SILVER bought.
New and second-hand WATCHES bought.
KALB'S PATENT LIMUS.
H ART M A x""" ? ATE NT ELASTIC
And F AI , K'S SCALES.
BETWEEN PLAIN & WASHINGTON,
I Jan 4