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"Lot our Juat Censure ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Attend tb.e True Evont."
:HY J. A. SELBY
COLUMBIA, S. O.. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29. 1870. VOL. VI-NO. 217.
, C^Qveroor.. Wuilo aooouot but ncoopt
tl??? ?e$2U as an cndor?ansont of say own
^dminiatration pf the:affaira of Govern?
ment during tho past two years, I am
wqU avaro that it ?ia in a greater degree
intended aa an endorsement of the prin?
ciples and measurer of that great party
of which I am simply tho oboson repre?
sentative. .-.Tiiatti i- .
.Tho campaign, through which we have
paused has beou heated, and in some par
tledlars .' very '.hitter and acrimonious.
Doubtless mas; things have been said by
the advocates of both parties, which had
petter have been left nnsaid. Of one
thing the people of thc State may be
assured, so far as my course aa a public
officer is concerned, the criminations and
recriminations of the political contest
are forgotten; and while I shall not fail
in allegiance to the principles of the
party I represent, as Governor of the
State, entrusted with the execution of its
laws, I will know no party or class, but
finall endeavor most earnehtly to protect
and secare the rights and privileges of
The Constitution and laws of our State
Sive to .the Executive large powers, and
ie?83 powers carry with them correspond?
ing responsibilities. He would indeed
be a bold man, who, having occupied the
position whioh it has been my lot to hold
for the past two eventful years, should
claim for himself freedom from mistakes,
or even serious errors in tho administra?
tion of the affairs of Government. I
certainly make no snob claim. But I do
claim that the general scope and aim ol
my administration bas been very good;
and that it has been measurably free
from the errors incident to all human go?
A charge, freely made against my ad?
ministration, bas been the incompetency
of ita appointees, to thc various County
und other offices. The charge is not
entirely without troth. But a recur
renee to the history of the two yean
just passed will offer sonic justification
for snob appointments. When the nd
ministration just closed came into power,
the citizens of the.State, who, by educa
tion and experience, were best titted ti
fill the various offices in the gift of thc
Executive, either openly opposed, 01
silently, but persistently, stood alco
from the Government. Persons, whns<
services the State would have been glac
to secure, refused to qualify for tho posi
Hons which were offered them; while 01
the other bond, men were urged upoi
the Executive, whose opposition to th?
Government was ao well known as U
make their appointment, so far as tb
execution of the luws was concerned, i
faros. In addition, many, if not most o
these appointments, had to bo made im
mediately; the exigencies of the puhli
service were such os to preclude th
' possibility of thorongb investigatioi
into the* character and fitness of th
persons recommended by them, upoi
whom the Executive was compelled t
depend for information. In the jmtur
of things, it has been, to a great degree
impraotioable for him to know fully tb
qualifications of thoso who have bee
urged npon him for appointment. I at
satisfied, that without doing injustice t
the claims of any one, the large expen
ende whioh we have all gained, combine
with the accessions which have bee
mado to the ranks of those who are bot
actively and passively friendly to the ac
ministration, will enable us to cure th i
evil In the future. It is not necessary t
enter into an argument to show the in
possibility of carrying on the affairs c
the Government without competency o
the part of those selected to perform il
duties; the thing is self-evident. It :
my purpose, so far as tho responsibilit
rests with me, to secure such compi
tenoy; and in this effort I think I ma
confidently look for the support of th
people of the Stats of all classes.
Fellow-citizens, our State has mac
great progress in all respects within tl
last two years. Two years ago, a larg
class of our people were a unit almost i
their avowed determination not to reco?
niee the validity of the Reconstructic
AotSof Congress, or of the Governmei
established under them. To-day, the:
are all treated as accomplished facts, L
all-olasses of the community, so far :
public utterances have any vnlne, ai
we have good reason to believe that tl
number of persons who cherish eith
the hope or the desire to distrust the e
istlng political relations of the people
very inconsiderable. Oar national pr
gross has kept paoo with the political,
is tree, that the European war, by d
pressing prices, has made our people fe
poorer than they hoped to be, bot neve
theless there are indications of life ai
energy all over the State. New branch
of industry are being opened np, and i
things promise, with peace and goi
order, prosperity to the people. T
same progress, though possibly not
evident to the casual observer, hos be
made in educational matters. In tl
direotion I wonld urge increased inten
and aotivity on the part of tho peop!
The Government can do much, but
oannot do all, and without earnest ai
constant effort on tho part of tho poop
any school system will prove a failure.
Fellow-citizens, I do not care to i
quire whether this favorable conditi
of things exists as a cons?quence of c
administration of affairs, or in spite
it. It is enough to know that this mu
has been secured, and we will leave it
the future to decide what measure
praise or blame belongs to eacb and
In the few words appropriate to t
occasion, I cannot indulge in detail, I
confine myself to a general reference
what I believe to be the condition of <
State, and to tho policy which I hope
enforce in the administration of its
fairs in the future. Am I asking
much, when I call upon the people of
State, of all classes and parties, to sli
by tho Government in every right effort?
There cannot be prosperity in the State
unless tbero is peace; there cannot be
peace unless there is respect for law aud
for the rights of all, no matter how ob?
jectionable to some of our fellow-citizens
we may be who make and administer the
laws, or how hateful may bo those who,
from time to time, have had their lives
and liberties imperilled. ? little for?
bearance, a little of that good souse
which we all claim as our heritage, will
save us from the dangers wbioh thronten
the peace and prosperity of the State.
A beneficent Providence, by unerring
signs, is pointing out a path-way to a
future of greatness. Let us walkiu that
path, and forgetting, as wo may, all that
is bitter in the past, strive earnestly to
build up a commonwealth, whioh, by its
freedom, intelligence and virtue, as well
as by its material wealth, shall add lustre
to the nation of which it is a part.
EMIGRATION WESTWARD.-Large num?
bers of emigrants from North Carolina
have recently been passing through Au?
gusta, en route to Texas, Arkansas and
Louisiana. On Wednesday night, about
seventy-five passed over the Georgia
Railroad, and on Thursday night about
100. Thoy carry out a bountiful crop of
children to their new homes.
FIRE.-About 7 o'clock last evening,
the soap factory of Mr. W. N. Whaler,
located near the Lafayette Raoe Course,
caught fire, as is supposed, accidentally,
and was entirely consumed, together
with his stock in trade, fixtures, ?tc.
[ A ttffusta Constitutionalist.
Special 2>ar?otic5 0jsis
"TUE BRIDAL, CHAMAKlt."-Essays
for Young Men, on great SOCIAL EVILS and
ABUSES, which interfere with MARIUAUE
with sure means of relief for the Erring and
Unfortunate, diseased and debilitated. Sent
tree ot charge, in sealed envelopes. Addrees
HOW AUD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 S. Ninth St.
Philadelphia, Pa. Novi5 3mo
Wc ask the attention of the public to thi;
loug-testod and unrivaled
It ha? h eon favorably known for more thai
twenty years, daring whioh time we have re
ceived thousands of teitimonlals, showin?
this medicine to be an almost nevor-failini
remedy for diseases cansod by or atiendan
Snddon Colds, Coughs, Fever and Ague
Headache, Bilious Fever. Fains in thc Side,
Back and Loins, as well SB in the Joints
and Limbs, Neuralgia and Rheu
niatic Pain in any part of the
symtem, Toothache and
Faiusin head and face.
As a Blood Purifier and Tonicj or the Stomach
It seldom fails to euro Dyspepsia, Indigee
tion, Liver Complaint, Acid Stomach, Heart
burn, Kidney Complaints, Sick Headache
PileB, Asthma or Phthisic, Bingworms, Boilc
Felons, Whitlows, Old Sores, Swelled Jointe
and General Debility of the System.
It is also a prompt and sure remedy fo
Cramps and Pain in the Stomach, Paintcri
Coho, Diarrhoea, Dyssntery, Summer Com
plaint, Cholera Morbus, Cholera lnfantun
Scalds, Burns, Sprains, Bruises, Frost Bitei
ChilblaiuB, as well as tho Stings of Insect*
Scorpions, Centipedes, and tho Bites of Po
sonous Insects and Venomous Ueptiles.
Seo Directious accompanying each bottle.
Nov 1 _ _ HUmo
(jj? rt ff REWARD will be paid for tho ai
ypM^tJ prehensi?n of the thief who brok
luto my house, at Whitlock's Steam Mill, o
th? night of tho 24th inst., and stole then
from sundry articles, among which was
Douhlo barrel 8bot-gun and Pouch, a Colt
Navy He vol ver, and aSatin Masonic Apron an
Sash, with gilt edges and trimmings, wit
narnu of J. C. Stephens marked on inner aid
A proportionate amount will be paid for tl:
recovery of any of the articles.
JAMES N. JONES,
Whitlock's Steam Mill, G. & C. U. R.
STUCK?, BOADS und COUPONS oongl
and sold by D. GAMBRILL, Broker.
Nov 23 Gmo _ _ _
OLD" It A tv Hf ~ ll ILLS and MUT I LAT IC
CURRENCY bought and sold hy
Nov 23 Gmo D. QAM RILL, Broker.
BY AUTHORITY OP A POWER e
pressed in the last Will and T?stame
of tho late W. F. DeSsmsnre, dccoaBcd, I w
sell, befuro the Court House, in Columbia, <
tho FIRST HONDAS in December next, il
ofhef) on Law Range recently occupied by tl
deceased. Terms made known at day of Bal
May bo treated for privately at the oftico
my Attorney in law and fact, D. B. DESAU
SURE, Esq. E. G. BURROUGHS,
Nov17_ Solo Executrix.
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to tho CC
lection of Commercial Paper, Intcre
on Stato and Railroad Bonds ana Stocks, ai
Conversion of Stato Securities, by
Nov 23 Gmo I). QAM DUI LL, Broker.
A. LL persons due us for 8UPPLIE8 i
?\. Liens are noticed to call and nettle
1st of Dccomber, and save cost, as we are cl
termined to turn them over to the Sheriff f
collection. T. J. &. H. M. GIBSON.
Nov 24 G_
/"i ENUINE Imported CIGARS, together wi
\3T a largo supply of Domestic CIGAh
Prices to suit jill. jTOHN C. SEEG EUS
er ri BAGS RIO COFFEE, for sale low
DU ?oajers by_EDWARD HOPE
North Carolina Butter.
S\(\ KITS MOUNTAIN BUTTER, on cc
???\f Bigornent, and will bo sold very low
closo. Packages average from twenty
thirty pounds each. GEO. BY M ME US
Oranges! Oranges! !
1 rv BBLS. FLORIDA ORANOES. just
1U rived at HARDY SOLOMON'S
10 Barrels Florida Orange!,
FOR salo by R. O'NEALE A SON,
Nov 16_Cotton Town
City Ourrency will he Taken
IN paymont for Goods at
Nov ll HARDY SOLOMON'S
OYSTERS ! OYSTERS !
?AM selUug the boat NORFOLK OYSTERS
offorod ia this market, and got them fresh
overy day from Norfolk.
I have also reduced the price to $1.75 per
gallon, and smaller quantities in proportion.
Families can have thom delivered at their ra
sidences, by leaving their orders at the loo
House. JOHN D. BATEMAN.
Nov 27_ 2mo
RAMSAY'S Islay Malt Scotch Whiskey, Sir |
Robert burnett's Old Tom Gin, Otard, '
Dupuy, Cognac Urandy, Duff Gordon's Pale
Sherry South-sido Madeira Wino, London
Dock Port Wine, Hibbert'd London Porter,
McEwen's Scotch Ale. The abovo direct from
the importers and warranted pure.
For sale by EDWARD HOPE.
Choice Malaga Grapes,
WEST India and Florida ORANGES,
iCocoanntB, Lemons and other foreign
FRUITS, always kept on hand, as well
aa an asBortmont of DOMESTIC FRUIT and
PRODUCE. W. D. SCHOENBERG,
Succeesc r to J. J. Leo & Brother,
Corner Washington and Assembly streets.
Nov 2G 3*_
Change of Schedule on Greenville and]
ON and after THURS?
DAY, December 1, the I
winter schedule for Passenger Trains will bo
as follows: Leave Columbia at 7 o'clock A. M. ; I
arrivo at Greenvillo at 5 P. M. Leave Green?
ville at 5.45 A. M.; arrivo at Colombia at 3.45
P. M. By order of General Superintendent.
Nov 27 CHAS. BARNUM, General Agent.
OUR IMMENSE STOCK!
la^ECEIVEB daily additions, and wo aro at
present in receipt of tho cheapest and pretti?
est lino of DRESS GOODS that has beeu
offered thia season. All gooda aold by our
house guaranteed as to price and quality.
NOT 19_R. C. 8HIVER.
JEMERSONS furnishing Houses in any portion
of the State would do weU to remember that
wo have a special HOUSE-FURNISHING
DEPARTMENT, in which we koop a beautiful
collection of Wall Papor, C?rpete, Oil Cloths,
ShadeB, Cornices, Damask Curtains. Loops,
Bands, Bugs, and everything pertaining to
House-furn isb in g in first-class style. We
have a competent man, who will go to any
section to fit up our Goods, and wo guarantee
his work. IL C. SHIVER.
THAT Valuable Tract of LAND, lying !
on the Barhamville Road and tho Char
Hotte Railroad, about 14 miles from the
city of Columbia, containing twenty-one acres,
moro or less, and having on it a beautiful sito
for a country residence, a most excellent
spring of water, and accommodations for five
or nix hands; it is about two-thirds oleared
and is most admirably situated and watered
for a vegetable or "truck" garden, lying be?
tween the two branches which lorms the
stream flowing through Dr. Parker's place,
and composed partly of the same soil on 1
which Dr. Parkor raised over 200 bushels of
corn to the aero. Possession given 1st Janua?
ry next. For further particulars, apply at thia
office, or to L. R. BECKWITH,
Pot 7 3mo_Orangeburg^S. C.
3tilt\?\ AOKESof LAND in Barnwell,
. OvUJ on the P.diRtn,
750 ACRES in Kershaw-in lots to suit.
HOUSE and LOT in Columbia-$12,000.
1 House in this city, $5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LAND, near the
city-$3.000. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent.
PA VADLE MONTHLY.
HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE
In tho State can testify to their being the
best Machine in uee. Call and examine them
at W. D. LOVE A CO.'S
Nov 16_ _
THE largest and best assorted stock of
FINE GROCERIES, WINES and LI?
QUORS in South Carolina, can be found at my
Store. A oall will prove this all?gement.
Nov 3_GEO SYMMERS.
ALOT of fine JEWELRY, Ear-rings, Rreast
pins, Plain Gold Rings, Gold and Silver
Parties will find it to their interest to call
and examino tho various artiolea.
Oct 30_G. DIBROKB.
Seed Wheat! Seed Wheat!! fl
OAA BUSHELS selected SEED WHEAT,
?\ t\J for sale by R. O'NEALE & SON.
O. F. JACKSON
WILL offor, beginning with thia week,
Homo of tho
DRY GOODS AND FANCY ARTICLES
; Ever offered in this city.
50 Cont DRE8S GOODS at 25 Cents.
75 Cent DRESS GOODS nt 50 Cents.
A lot ef LadioB' Linen HANDKERCHIEFS
at Jialf prico.__Nov 23
THE AUK OF PROGRESS.
PURITY AND CHEAPNESS.
DRUGS, ?I?DICiS?S, " CHEMICALS,
At tho old stand,
E. H. HE1NITSH,
Wholesale and Retail Drug House.
DRUGS, Medicines, and everthing in the
Drug line to suit tho times. Onward is
MEDICINE8 for the sick at much reduced
pricoB. Prescriptions prepared at low prices.
The best of everything Bold-and sold at
prices to suit.
Tho sick, tho lame, tho feeble in health, can !
have no CXCUBO for remedies-hero they are at
your own price. Come and heal thyself.
Thc Quaker Liniment for Rheumatism and
Pains; Stanley's Great Cough Syrup for
Coughs aud Colds; Kina Chill Curo for Chilla
and Fever; Queen's Delight for tho DineaBCB of |
tho Blood; Crimson Tetter Wash for the Com?
plexion; Garden and Field Seed?, just rc
oeived; Landreth Scotia-a new eupply fori
1871. Plant your Winter Garden, BOW Cab?
bage Seed, Onion 8eed, Lettuce Seed-and
look out for tho beat placo to buy your goods.
Remember-at tho Old Stand is the place for I
your Medieinca. E. H. HEINITSH,
Nov 9 Druggist and Chemist.
New Winter Styles
CLOAKS, 8hawls, Mu?a, Victorinos, and a
beautiful line of
Every department is now complete, and j
n?w additions wUl be added tri-week!v.
W. D. LOVE & CO.
W. D. LOVE,
B. B. Mc CREERY._Nov 20
GREAT REDUCTION OF PRICES
IM CONSEQUENCE OF TUE
FALL OF GOLD!
IMMENSE stock of WATCHES, CLOCKS
and IEWELRY, SILVER and PLATED
WARE; tbe largest stock in the State; BELL?
ING AT LOW FIOUnES.
lu conBequtnco of tho low priceB of Gold,
the subecriber baa concluded to soll hin stock I
accordingly, and would call tho attention of
the visitors to the Fair to call and examine
beforo purchasing elsewhere, as it is a duty
j you owe to yourselves.
AU he asks is a fair trial. Call and bc con?
We also have on hand a fine stock of CUT?
LERY, both for pocket aud table uso, with a
large asaortment of SPORTING IMPLE?
Give mo a call and examino my stock.
Nov8 UndorColumbia Hotel.
IS open for tho season.
OYSTERS, FISH andv
iGAME served up in the
best STYLE. All ye hungry and thirsty peo-1
pie, look out for the red lamp, North-oast
cornor of tho Market.
-I f\f\ BOXES Goshen, English Dairy aud
JLUl J Pine Applo CHEESE, for sale low.
Oct 30_E. HOPE.
Buck wit oat and Golden Syrnp
1 nd BAGS new BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,
J_Ul I 5 barrels Golden SYRUP, for salo by
Oct 38 _E. HOPE.
Chewing Tobacco-Just Received.
AFINE lot of tho beat Pau-cako and Fig
_ Nov 3_JOHN C. SEEQERS.
Gold and Silver Coin.
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK buy and
sell GOLD and SILVER at a small' mar?
gin. A. G. BREN1ZER,
THE large-1, finest, and beet stoc k of I
CLOTHING in the city. Owing to tho
death of Col. W. J. Hoke, tho stock will bo
Bold at prices that defy competition.
Our lino of Ovcr-coutts, Raglan?, Business
anita, young men and boys' clothes, and water?
proof goods, (of every etylo,) ?B complete.
Buyers will remember, we offer tho above
goode, together with aaplendid stock nf Furn?
ishing Good?, Hate, Cape, Umbrellas, Trunks,
Valises, Carpet-bagB, etc., eic, lower than [
the PU me anieles can be bonght this side of
The business will bo conducted by O. M.
Johnson, assisted by myself, who respectfully
solicits a share of tho public patronage.
Son of W. J. Hoke.
N. B.-Tho undersigned respectfully invites
all his old friends to give him a call, see for
themselves, and bo satisfied that thc truth of j
the above will bo fully vorifled.
Nov 5_O. M. JOHNSON.
Fertilizers and Manures.
TO PLANTER8 AND FARMERS.-A gono
ral agency is OBtablishod in Columbia
for reliable and of acknowledged value, FER?
TILIZERS and FERTILIZING MATEIilAL.
I offer tho celebrated Stoucwall Fertilizer.
The material is of Southern product-mado
at Richmond, Va. English Dissolved Bones
imported direct to Charleston. Bono Dust
and Ground Bones, Shell Limo, Land Plaster.
Phuino, or Stable Manure concentrated. Cali
and see samples at my Drug Store.
Nov 24 i E. H. HEINITSH. Druggist.
Plain Street, near Main.
NOW on band and daily re
'ceiving from Ibo manufac?
tories of Now ?ork, Boston,
Cincinnati and Louisville, tho
largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE ever kept in this market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor. Chamber and Din
ing-Room Snits; 200 Bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, tho
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Ch ?-irs.
All kinds of MATTRESSES made to ordor.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
shortest notice and in tho beet manner.
Terms cash and Gooda cheap._Oct 30
The undersigned, de?
sirous of devoting him?
self entirely to the
offers for sale his entire
stock of DRY GOODS,
SHOES, etc., at and
One door South Phoenix Office.
*3-City Money taken at par.-aa Nov 8
Grand Toy Emporium.
Main Street, Columbia, S. C.,
WHERE is offered the largest and
best selected stock of TOYS ever
brought to this market. Dealers and
other? can be accommodated, Whole?
sale or Retail.
Old and young, grave and gay can bc snited
from this varied collection.
CANDIE8 of Pure Sugar manufactured
CAKES AND FIES.
A fine assortment of CANNED GOODS just
receiving from the host manufactories.
Frosh DATE8, Now Crop RAISINS, CITRON
and CURRANTS. ALMONDS, and a full line
of ASSORTED NUTS.
London BISOUITT and Prince Albert
CBACKER8, (imported articles,) pure and of
great benefit to the sick and convalesent.
JELLIES of pure fruit manufactured and
sold at reasonable prices.
Oct 26_JOHN MCKENZIE.
S. W. PORTEE. H. H. STEELE.
ANOTHER HEAVY INVOICE
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS,
A full and choico lot of
KEPT IN A
First Class Store.
We ofter our Goods at low Cotton figures.
PORTER & STEELE,
Oct 21 Cohjunbia. 8 ?*
Mackerel and Salmon.
1 KC? KITS new Bay MACKEREL,
LOv/ 50 quarter, half and whole barrels,
Boston Inspection, for sale by E. HOPE.
California Seed Oats.
KAA BUSHELS PRIME CALIFORNIA
0\JKJ SEED OATS, for sale by
Oct 9_EDWARD HOPE.
Washington street, near Main,
BEGS to inform his patrons and citizens
gonorally that ho has received tho latest
PATTERNS for gentlemen's fall and
winter garments. He has also a beauti?
ful assortment of GOODS, of variou* prades,
in the way of CLOTHS, CA4M1MERES and
VESTINGS, which will bo made up at short
notice, in the vorv best manner.
He is Agent for thc /ETNA SEWING MA?
CHINE, which is in use by several families in
this city, and whe express thcmsolvos highly
gratified at ?s operation, ?.adieu and heads
of families generally aro invited to call and
son. _Oct 19
A Mammoth Raffle of Fine Jewelry,
VALUED at 11.000. 200 Chances, at $5
each. 25 Prizes, consisting of
Fine Gold and Silver WATCH KS,
Kino Gold BREAST-PINS and EAR-RINGS,
SILVER GOBLETS, Ac
Will como oft at my Saloon as soon as tho
Ch??eos are taken.
Oct 80 _Q. PIEROK8.
Guns, Pistols, Eto.
?w,^ I INFORM my friends and
j?>"<Z public io general that I have
^C^^S^Jnst reocived an entire new
w um?Mock of Double and Singlo Bar?
rel GUNS, REPEATERS, Flasks, Pouches,
Pistol-bolts, Caps, Buck-Shot, Cartridges.
Cartridges for all kinds of Pistols, Powder
REPAIRING dono at short notice.
Oct 8_P. W. KRAFT, Main atreat.
PvAA&BS PRIME CAROLINA INDIGO,
tJ\'\? on hand and for aale low at wholoaalo
\ndretaii. J. A T. R. AGNEW.
W!HB9 ! BS)
BOOT, SH0E5 HAT MD T81M
Kffi?i HARnow opened and MBgg^fc
OjjKgg ready for inspection the figflv-rrH?
B?B largest and m6?t select ?Ba?li?
stock of GOODS, in ita line, ever
offered in this market. This stock ha? been
selected with great care from the best manu?
facturera in boston, New 'York,' Philadelphia
and other noted Shoo marketa. Persons visi?
ting our, city during our approaching Fair,
will find it greatly to their advantage to oajl
at the Sign of tho BIG BOOT and HAT, ono
door North of the Colombia Hotel; Every
article sold in this Honse ia warranted aa re?
presented. In point of stylo, quality and
price we cannot bo surpassed, b
Oct 30 _ Af ,SMYTHE.
j j CONTAINS the very
TfoSrtl largest and best aseort
?mm Kilfitea ed stock of BEADY-MADE
/ WBm CLOTHIKO . Gent's Furn
Hishing Goode, Hats,
^Bj H^!RH Trunks, Valises, Hand
IJH>;,y>'IBflj| Satchols, Lap Robes.,
^^^'''^^^M Ac., to bc found in thi*
^K?L^^I? r city. All Goods new,
J?'jtit' of b\te Fashion, and at
' Popn'ttr Priocs- Givr
Main street.. UOXl door to Pollock HOUSS.
THE subscriber would respectfully call the
attention of those in want of gooda in his
lino, to tho lareo and well selected stock now
on hand, consisting, in part, of:
Marble and State Mantle Pieces,
Coal and Wood Grates.
Coal HodB, Shovels, Pokers and Sifters,
Blower Stand*, Fronts for Grates,
Fire DogB. Shovels and Tongs,
Coffee Milla and Coff? e Hoste?.
Meat Cutter? and Sausage Staffers,
Charcoal and Plain Smoothing-irons,
Galvanized and Plated Iron Sinks.
Drain Pipet?, Tile Hearths.
Firo Tiles for Grates and Bake ra Oven's.
Marble WaBh-Stands, Slab? and Backs,
Water Closets, Load Pipo and Sheet Lead,
Plated and Brass Water-Faucets.
A large assortment of Plain, Stamped.Plan
ished and Japaned Ware.
Parlor and Office Stovee, for Wood and Coal.
A largo supply of tbo obiebrated COTTON
PLANT, and other patterns.of Cooking Sloven,
and a largetnpply of House Furnishing Hard?
ware, too nnmerouB tn mention.
Nov 8 A. PALMER.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIBLO'S.
B&dyHRHy^largOht ?tock we have evetr
offered to tho public. Owing to the warm
weather, onr stock io unbroktu. We aro anx?
ious to sell, und will sell
LOW FOR CASH/
It ia too well known to need repetition,
that we keep the LARGEST AND REST Ja
STOCK IN THE STATE, and warrant all onr
Goode, both in prico ?nd quality.
Our FURNISHING GOODS stock is com?
SHIRTS that will fit,
TIES and CRAVATS, of all patterns,
GLOVES, in emile ss variety,
UNDERSHIRTS and DRAWERS,
TRUNKS, VALISES, 8HAWLS, Ac ,
BK^v^ Over seventy fivo CAPE OVER
?fali?rTnCOATS und CAPES now on band.
HATS, of all qualities and styles.
Nov 9 R. A W. C. 8WAFF1ELD.
G. DI ERO KS
IN Fi) lt MS his friends and customers that he
is prepared to tarnish OY8TEES in all
stvloB-a?, ho has a mperior cook. Oct 30
TORN ?nd defaced ORKEN RACKS, NA?
TIONAL BANE MONEY and FRAC
1 IONAL CURRENCY bought at a email dis
connt at THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
Oct 23 A. G. BRENIZER, Cashier.