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''Let our inst Censares
Attend the True Event."
BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2, 1872. VOL. VII-NO. 27^
Acta ?nil Joint Resolutions Paaaed by the
General Ai ie moly of toatb Carotins,
Regular Session, A8T1 ?nd 187?.
AN ACT TO AMEND AN ACT (HO. 882) ENTI?
TLED "AN A OT TO G BANT, BBNHW AND
AMEND THEOHABTEB8 OF CERTAIN TOWNS
AND VILLAGES THEREIN MENTIONED,"
COMMENCING WITH SECTION NO. 86 OF
SADD A OT, B ELATING TO THE rNCOBFOBA
TION OF THE TOWN OF WBIOHTSVUiLE,
PASSED AT THE BBOUIiAB 8ESSION OF THE
GENERAI. ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF
SOUTH CAROLINA, 1870-71.
SECTION 1. lie if enacted by the Senate
and House of Representatives of the State
of South Carolina, now met and sitting in
General Assembly, and by the authority of
the same, That irom and aftor the pas
sage of this Act, all citizens of this
State, having resided twelve months
within this State, and sixty days in tho
village of Wrights ville, shall bo deemed,
and are hereby declared to be, a body
politic and corporate, and tho said vil?
lage shall bo culled and known by the
name of Wrightsville, nud its corporate
limits shall include ?disto Island, to?
gether with Eddiugsville. The metes
and bounds of Baid town of Wrightsville
will be bound on the North by North
Edisto Inlet, or Uiver, on the South by
South Edisto River and Saint Heleno
Sound, and on the East by Atlantic
Ocean, and on the West by Johnsse
Island and Edisto River.
SEO. 2. That the said village shall bc
governed by an Intendant and foui
Wardens, who shall be citizens of thc
United States, and win? shall bave re
sided in this State twelve mouths, anc
shall have boen residents of the said vii
l?ge sixty days immediately preceding
their election, and who ?hull be electee
on the third Monday in May, 1872, au<
on the same day ip each year thereafter
ten days' public notioo thereof boioj
previously gi von ; and that all male in
habitants, of the age of twenty-on
years, citizens ci tho Sluie, and win
shall have resided within the Stat
twelve mouths, und in the said villag
Bixty days immediately preceding th
election, ?hall be entitled to vote fo
said Intendant and Wardons-panpet
and persons undoi disabilities for crim
SEC. 8. The said oleotion shall be bel
at some convenient public placo in sai
village, from eight o'clock in the mon
ing, until four o'clock in. the afternaooi
and when the polls shall be closed, tb
Managers shall forthwith count tl
votes and declare the election, and gn
notioo thereof, in writing, to the Intent
ant thorein being, who shall, within tm
days thereafter, give notice, or canso tl
same to bo giveu, to tho persons du
elected: Provided, Tho Commissiooe
of Election of Charleston County Bbc
call the first election uudor this Act, at
shall appoint Munagers to conduot tl
same, who shall make returns thereof
the Commissioners tho same as otb
elections held in this State; und the SD
Commissioners shull count tho votes ai
declare the olootiou, and notify the pi
sons so cleated Intendant and Warde
of the said village. The Intendant ai
Wardons, before entering apon tho d
ties of thoir ofSoes, shall respeotivt
take the oath prescribed by thu Cone
tution of tho State, and also the folio
ing oath, to wit: "As Intendant
Wardoo) of tho village of Wrightsvil
I will equally and impartially, to I
best of my ability, exercise the trust
posed in me, nnd will uso my best i
deavors to preserve tho peace aud ca
into efJfeot, according to law, tho p
posos for which I have been elected:
help me God." Aud, if any pera
npon being eleoted Intendant or Wa
en, shall refuse to aot as such, he si
forfeit and pay to the Council tho sun
twenty dollars for the use of the o
village: Provided, That no person v
hos attained the age of sixty years si
be compelled to serve in either of e
offloes; nor shall any other person
compelled to serve, either as Intend
or Warden, more than one year in
term of three years. Tho Intendant
Wardens, for tho time being, shull
ways appoint ono or more Boards of
nage rs, throe Managers for each Bot
to conduot tho election, who, before t
open the polls, shall take an oath fa
and impartially to conduct the same
SEC. 4. That in case a vacancy s
ocour in the office of Intendant or
of the Wurden?, by death, r?sign?t
removal, or otherwise, an election tc
such vacancy shall be held by ordt
the Iuteudaut aud Wardons, or a a
rity of the samo, ton days' public nt
beiug previously given; aud, in cai
sickness, or temporary absenou of
Intendant, the Wardens, forming
Council, shall bo empowered toolee)
cf tho number to not os Iuteudaut
ing the time.
SEC. 5. That the Iuteudaut and W
ens, duly elected and qualified, s
during their term of service, sevo
and respectively, bo vested with all
powor of Trial Jusbioos, or Justici
the Peace, as tho case may be, iu
State, within tho limits of tho sail
Iago, except for tho trial of small
mean onuses; aud the Intendant she
may, as often as is necessary, sum
the Wardens to meet in Council,
three of whom, with the Intendant,
constitute a quorum to transact
ness, and they shall bo known ui
Town Council of Wrightsville; and
and thoir successors in office, here
to bo elootod, may have a commou
whioh may be uffixod to all of
Ordinances; may sue and bo Hued, ]
aud bu imploudod, iu any Court of
tico in this State, mid purchase,
possess and eujoy to thom and
successors, in perpetuity, or for
torm of yours, any estate, real, por
or mixod, and sell, alien or convo;
.ame: Provided, Tho sumo shull ni
cood, at any ouo limo, tho sum c
thousand dollars. And tho said '
Council shall have authority to upi
from timo to limo, ns thoy muy sc
such nud so many proper persons I
us Marshals or Constables of said vi
us tho suid Council may deem neet
and expedient for tho proser vat i
the peace, good order and police thereof;
which persons, sn appointed, shall,
within the corporate limits of said vil?
lage, have the power and privileges, and
bo subject to all the obligations, penal?
ties and regulations providod by law for
the office of Constables, and sunll be
liable to be removed at the pleasure of
said Conseil; and tho said Town Conned
BIInil have power to establish, or author?
ize the establishment, of a market house
in said village; also, to authorize tho
establishment of a guard house, and pro?
scribe suitable rules and regulations for
keeping and governing the same; nod
until tho said guard houso be esta?
blished, they shall bo authorized to use
a room in the common jail in tho Coun?
ty of Charleston, for tho confinement oi
all who may be subject to be committed
for a violation of any Ordinances, rules
and regulations of said town ; and the
said Town Council, or tho said Intend?
ant and Wardens, in person, any one oi
more of them, may authorize any Mar?
shal of the town, or any Constable,
specially appointed for that purpose, tc
arrest and oommit to the suid guare
houso, or jail of Charleston County, ai
the case may be, for a term not exooed
iug twenty-four hours, any parson 01
persons, who, withiu tho corporati
limits of said town, may bo engaged ii
a broach of tho peace, any riotous o
disorderly conduot, open obscenity
publio drunkenness, or any oouduo
grossly indooeut, or dangerous to th
citizens of said town, or any of them
and it shall be the duty of the Tow
Marshals, or Constables, to arrest an
commit all such offenders, when rc
quired so to do. and who shall hav
power to call to their assistance t'ieposj
comital us, if need be, to aid in makin
suoh arrest; and upuu the failure of sue
officers to perform suoh duty ns requiret
they shall, severally, be subject to sue
fines and poualties as tho Town Counc
may impose upon them; and all persoi
so imprisoned shall pay the costs au
expenses incident to their imprisonmeu
which said costs and expenses shall I
collected in the same manner as is pr
vided for the oolleotion of lines impose
for the violation of Ordinances, rul
and regulations: Provided, That sui
imprisonment shall not exempt the par
from the payment of any line tho Cou
oil may impose for tho offence which 1:
she, or they may have oommitted. Andt
said Town Council shall huve full pon
and authority, nuder their corport
seal, to make all such rules, regulatiot
by-laws and Ordinances, respecting t
streets, roads and the business therei
as well us tho polico system of the st
town, as shall appear to them necessu
aud proper foi the security, welfare a
convenience, and for preserving heal
order and good government within BI
towu. Auel the said Town Council n
iniposo fines for offences against, th
by-laws, rules nud regulations and Or
minces, and appropriate tho samo to
publio uso of said town; and the s
Town Council shall have tho sumo po'
that Trial Justices, or Justices of
Peace now have, or may hereufter ha
to compel tho attendance of witnosi
aud requiring thom to give evide
npou the trial before them of any \
son or persons for a violation of auj
their Ordinances, by-luws, rules or
gulations; but DO fine above the sue
twenty-five dollars shall bo collected
said Council, except by snit iu the ]
per courts of justice in this Btate; 11
also, that nothing horein contained s
authorize said Council to multo
Ordinance or by-law inconsistent w
I or repugnant to, the laws of the Stat
SEO. 6. That the said Intendant
Wardens, or a majority of thom, ?.
have power to abate and remove
nuisances in said town; and it sha]
their duty to keop all roads, w
bridges aud streets in said town (
and iu good repair; and, for that
pose, they are invested with all
powers of County Commissioners
Commissioners of Hoads, for aud w;
tho corporate limits of tho said t
and they may lay out new streets, 1
up, widen or otherwise alter those
iu use; and shall have full powo
olassify and arrange the inhabitant
citizens of said towu liable to street,
j or other public duty therein, und to
I the performance of such duty, u
suoh penalties as arc now, or shall
af tor bo, preset ibed by law; and
shall havo power to compound wi
persons liable to work thu streets,
and roads iu said town, upi u
terms as thoir Ordinances or by
may establish, or their rulos and re
tiona require-the moneys so recoiv
bo applied to tho publio uses of
ti-wn; and all persons refosiug to I
or failing to pay such com tun ta
shall bo liable to such lino, not wx
ing tweuty dollars for any ono yen
tho said Town Council may impose
they shall have tho power to onforc
payment of suoh tine, in tho same
uer us is now, or may bo h ireuftor
vided for the oolleotion of County I
And thu said Town Council shall
power, with tho consent of thc adj
land owners, to close all such 1
streets and ways, within tho said
us they may deem necessary, by th
of the freehold thorein, either ut p
or public salo, as they may adjtldg
for the interest of the Haid town
they shall koop in repair nil sue)
streets, roads and ways ns they
from timo to timo, deem ueeessai
the iinprovementiindconvenience <
town : Provided, That no street, rood or
woy shall be opened without first hav?
ing obtained the consent of the land
owner or owners thereof through whoso
premises any snob new stroot, road or
way may pass.
?KO. 7. Tho Bftid To wu Co ii uni 1 shall
have pr ver and authority to require all
person owning a lot or lote io said town
to olos in, und to make and keep in
good repair side-walks in frout of said
lot or lots, whenever the same shall front
or adjoin any publia street of Hiiid town,
ir, in tho judgment of tho Council,
such side-walks shnll bo necessary; tho
width thereof, aud the manuer of con?
struction, to be designated and regulated
by the said Town Council; and for de?
fault or refusal, after reasonable notice,
to make and keep in good repair such
side-walk, und to close such lot or lots,
the Town Council may cause the sumo to
be made, or put in repair, aud require
the owner to pay tho price of making or
repairing; and the said Town Council
are hereby empowered to sue for and re?
cover the samo by notion of debt in auy
court of competent jurisdiction: Pro?
vided, That suoh contract for making or
repairing is to be let to the lowest bidder.
.The said Town Council shall appoint
three discreet persons, who shall form a
board of supervisors of tho health, who
shnll have power over the ways and
water courses, ditches and stagnant water
ponds, and take such other sanitary
measures as the publia health require,
giving twenty days' notice to the occu?
pante of enid premises, where tho said
nuisance Ho, and in default of non-com
plianoo with tho ordor of said board,
the parties so offending shall be lined in
a sum not loss than twenty dollars, 01
thirty days iu the County jail, for ead:
and every offence, the said Complaints tr
be brought before any Trial Justice, 01
Justice of tho Peace, in aud for tin
County of Charleston. Tho said boan
ahull have power over tho cemeteriei
and public grave-yards within the corpo
SEO. 8. The Intendant, and Warden
of the said town, or a majority of them
shall hovo full power to grant or refus
liceuses to tavern-keepers, or retail spi
rituous liquors within tho corporal
limits of tho said towu, upon such condi
tion und under such circumstances ns t
thom shall seem proper aud right: Prc
vided, That in no instance shall th
price of a license to a tavern, or to rc
tail spirituous liquors, bo loss than th
amount that is established by tho Stat?
aud all motleys paid for licenses and f(
fines and forfeitures ahull bu uppropr
ated to the publio unes of said towi
Provided, That the Iuteudaut aud Wan
cns, duly olectod, shall not, havo pow?
to grant any licouso to koop tavern <
retail spirituous liquors to extend b
youd the term for wbich they havo bet.
elected. They ahall havo power to reg
lato sales at auction within tho corporu
limits of tho town, and to grunt licous
to auotioneerp, itinerant traders, to kee
ers of hotels aud li very stables, and
levy a tax on all drays, carts, wagon
carriages, omnibuses, buggies, horst
mares, mules, kept for biro or uso f
public purposes in said town; aud th
shall huyo the full and only power to ii
pose a tax on all shows or exhibitio
fwr gain or reward, within tho eorpon
limits of said (Lown; they shall ha
power to imprisu u tux, not excoodi
twenty couts on ovory hundred dolli
of tho value of real and personal pl
porty lying within tho corporate lim
of the towu, tho real und personal p
per ty of churches and schools aud c
lego associations oxoopted. That au <
diuauco declaring the rates of ann
taxation upon property, and other si
jocts of annual taxutiou for tho ye
shall bo published at least thron we
during tho month of January, iu oi
year: Provided, That tho said To
Council shall have powor to levy a
for this purpose, nuder tho samo rule
is above stated, immediately uiter
publication of this Act, and that all ?
sons liable tn taxation under tho si
shall ranko oath of their taxable \
porty within said town, and tuuko \
mont of thoir taxes to tho (Jlerk or T
stirer of said corporation, or such ot
person an they may bo ordernd ?ir
quired to do, during tho succeed
month after publication; and npon
failure to make such return and ]
mont, as m^im-d, tho parties so in
fault shnll bo subject to tho penal
provided by law for failure to pay
general State and County tax. tn bu
forced by the orders of tho Intent
and Wardens, or a majority of them,
tho uso of said town, except that in a
canes that executions to enforce tho ?
ment of such taxes ahull bo issued tu
the soul of tho corporation, and ma,
directed to tho Town Marshal, or o
persons appointed by tho said T
Council to lovy, collect and receive
same, with costs, as iii such cases n
aud provided by law; ami all prop
upon which said tax shall bo levied
assessed is hereby declared and n
liable for tho payment thereof itt pr
cuco to nil other debts, except debts
to thu State, which shall bu first \
and that all other taxes imposed b;
lu tendant und Wardens, or a majori
them, shall bo payable in advance b;
parties liable foT tho same; and on fa
of payment, thoir property shall bi
bio for tho same, as in manner and
just before staled.
Sue. U. Tho lutcudant and Wai
elect, together v/itu Clork aud '.
surer, ehulL, duriug (heir term ot utliee,
be exempt from street and police duty.
Each Town Council Khali, within one
month after the expiration of their term
of office, make out and return to their
successors in office, a foll acoount of
their receipts and expenditures during
their term, which account shall bo pub?
lished in ono ur moro papers of the
Couuty; and shall pay over all moneys
in their possession belonging to the cor?
poration, and delivor np all books, re?
cords and other papers iuoident to their
office to their successors; and on faillite
to do so, they shall be liable to be fined
in a sum not exceeding five hundred
dollars, to bj collected by any proper
action of tho Town Council.
SEO. 10. That all Ordinances or by?
laws passed by tho Town Council of
Wrighlsville shall bo binding upon tho
citizens of said town tho same as tho
laws of tho Stato.
SEO. ll. That all Acts, and parts of
Acts, inconsistent, with, or supplied by
this Act, be, and tho same are hereby,
SEC. 12. This Act shall bo deemed a
public Aol, and continue in force until
Approved January 31, A. D. 1872.
ON M Allin AGB.-HAPPY BELIEF FOB
YOUNO MEN from tho effects or Errors aud
Abuses in early life. Manhood restored.
Nervous debility cured. Impediments to
Marriage removed. Now method of treat?
ment. Now and remarkable remedies. Books
and Circulars sent lrce, in scaled envelopes.
Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No. 2
South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Ta.
Deo 24 Hmo
TiOiMS.-Among tho pernicious frauds of tho
pt riod, thero is ono which especially deserves
tho reprehension of all who place a proper
value on health and life. Tho s windin referred
to consists in the attempts of-irresponsible
parties, in different sections of tho United
States, to force upon the market vile astrin?
gent compouuds manufactured out of da
ma^ort or worialose druga and refuse liquor,
as preparations possessing tho raro medicinal
virtues of tho tnoHt popular and eflicacious of
all vegetablo tonics and alteratives-HOS?
TET TEH'S STOMACH BITTERS.
Tho concoctera of tlieso "local bitters" arc,
in the truest seuso of tho phrase, public ene?
mies. Their tlcry potious iullatno tho sto?
machs, stupefy the brains and shatter tho
nerves ot t lioso who aro unwise enough to ac?
cept them as substitutes for Ibo famous Vege?
table Invigoraut that, for twenty years, has
heou known throughout tho Western hemis?
phere as a standard article.
The fame of Hostettor'aBitters, asa health
preserving, vitalizing medicine, is HM wide as
tho world, and th? miserable attempts of
needy nostrum mongers to supplant it would
bo treated with sileitt contempt, wero it not
that serious consequence* ?oroclinics follows
the uso of tho nefarious compouuds in ques?
tion. Whoever rocomtuutids any ol' them as
remedies for Dyspcpnia, Biliousness, Consti?
pation, Intermit tent Fever, Bhcumatiain, or
any other com, laint for which Hosteller's
Bitters is a known specific, is guilty of a
moral, if not a legal, misdemeanor. At this
season, when the sun is releasing from tho
earth, in tho form of unwholesome vapors, tho
activo principio of disease, a course of lloa
tuttur's Hitters will bu of th? utmost service
to persons with feeblecoueiitutious.
Jan 31_ tJ
You arc Tro ubi? il willi u lind Hit-ulli.
It annoys your friend.! au well as yourself.
You would like to get rid of it, but scarcely
know what means to adopt. Wo will tell you.
Uno tho fragrant Sozodont; it will cleanse and
beautify your teeth and leave jour breath
15 a i urti 'a Mum.uni i-'luvorlng Ki
traci?-Lunion, Vanilla, Ac. Charge your
servants and dealers, and obsetve t li tit they
do not substitute in their stead any of the
pernicious unpalatable extracts with which
the m.rkot is flooded, burnett's Standard
Flavoring Extracts am established as the
strenget t. purest aud the bent made.
Ttl? Terrific Dur! between Prosita and
France in over, but thousands of butt lett be?
tween Hr. SValkor'e Vinegar Hitters and D>s
pep?ia and Liver Complaint are now going
on tu every State of tho Union. The issue of
such contests is never tor one moment in
doubt. Th;; conflict way last longer in some
cases thau in "thora, hut tho leading Viola?
ble tonie and alterative of tho iiiUuli<t:iilli
century invariably triumphs
To Owum (if llur??4 J? ml (.'utile - Tu?
llian* L)ci by Condition Powders aro warrami d
superior io any others, or no pay, for thu
euro of tu-t.lupar. Worms, liol-, Coughs,
Hide-bound, Cold 1, Ac , m Horse*; and Colds,
Cou.'ht, loo<t of milk, Mittel; Tongue, Horn
Distemper, Av , in Cattle. Price, twenty-live
cont.H. liep.it, ll) Purk I lace, New York.
dtrbuilc yuivr, rucomineuded by the
loading I'hynietaiiH and tho President of the
New York Itt.ard of Health, us thu must won?
derful healing compound ever known, Hives
instant relief to burua; eures all kind* ol
sores, cu'.* ?nd wound*; aud a mod invalua?
ble naive tor all purposes. Sold evi rt where,
ai tWciity-tivo emus. J .iii it' F. lb my, nole
proprietor, s College Phire, New York."
M vitim in. ?s upi ti in iMiritied of ns sickening
and poisonous properties, discovered by Dr.
bigelow. Professor of botany, Detroit Medi?
cal Colli go. A most pened nundy ne aud
soothing opiate, John Farr, Chemmt, Now
ClirlHtnitorn'rt Hair Dye U tho safest and
bust, lt correct* Hie had effects ot inferior
dyes, while the black or brown tims it pro?
duces ate identical to nature. Factory, tis
Maiden Lane, New York.
Pratt'* A ?ti ?ii Oil-Halest and best illu?
minating Od ever made. Does not take lire
or t xoloile. ir the Ump is upset or broken
Over t?n ti o fa tn 11 its continue lo uso it, and
no iiccidi in s of an^ deseripiion lui ve occm rei I
from il. ml HoiiMii or Charles Pratt, esta
bli*hetl IT'.ii. New Y irk.
Til? Pu I ?it Milli ?wrrlfHl Coil Civil Oil
in tim wi IMI ts II,?/. ? ral A Caswell'*-, linnie un
tim seashore, Iront |rc*h selected liver*, by
11 az.tr tl. Caswell A Co., New York. H ls at ?Ht?,
lutoly puru ami sweet. Patients who hare
once talion it prefer it lo ?ll oilier*. Physi?
cians have decided ii superior lo any of tho
other oil* in t be market
Jo II vi n's Inodorous Kid Clove Cl iran er
restores soiled glove* equal tu new. For sain
hy druggists und fancy goods dealers. Price
25 cents por bottle. F. O. WellB & Co., Now
ituicj'? Plillotokcn is an established,
warranted remedy for Painful Menstruation,
and equally efficient as a Nervous Antidote in
all cases of nervous excitement, stomach and
siooplessness in male or femalo. Bold every?
where for $1.03 a buttlo. Morgan A Risley,
DrupRists. Now York, Oenoral Agents.
A Vnuiiiiui Appearance and a Beautiful,
Clear Complexion ia the desire ot everybody.
'I bis effect ia produced by using G. W. Laird's
"Bloom of Youth," a harmless beautifier of
tho skin. Will remove all discoloration, tau.
freckles and sunburns. Tho use of this de?
lightful toilet preparation oannot bo detected.
For aalo by all druggists and fancy gooda
deniers. Depot, 5 Gold street. Now York.
ltira. Wlnilow'ti Soothing Syrup.-lt re?
lieves tho little Bufferer from pain, cures wind
colic, regulates the stomach and bowels, cor?
r?ete acidity, and during the process of tooth?
ing it ia invaluable. Perfectly safe in all cases,
as millions of mothera eau tostify.
. - LADIES' DOUBLE-HO LED
\ Ladies' and MisBee' OVER
TT ^TWIfci SHOE 1
Ladies' and Gents' FOOT-HOLDS.
Ladies' and Gouts' CORE SOLES.
Gents' WATER-PROOF BOOTS.
Gents' Woolen OVER-SHOES.
Gents' Black and Colored OVER-GAITERS
Children's WINTER SHOES.
Jan 21_._J. MEIGHAN.
WE HAVE RE-ORGANIZED
And aecnred'lhe eervices-bf a
FIRST CLASS CUTTER.
And ns tho season is lat?, and our stock of
un IF tumis
AT RECUCKD RATES,
And Guarantoo Satisfaction.
Stock of Clothing,
Hats and Fur?
Is still largo, and deduction in price will be
made to reduco it. Wo aro still taking orders
for Shirts, warranting a fit.
If you want nice goods, give na ii call.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
Tumbling Down Prices in Clothing.
I'lIE undersigned beg leave to inform their
?tatty friends and patrons that they have
one!oded to reduce their largo and varied
?tock o? READY-MADE CLOTHING, Hats
and (lenta' Furnishing Goods, in order to
make room for a fresh arrival; and will,
therefore, dispose of thoir gooda nt prices to J
oint the moat skeptical. They tako further
pkasuro in stating to tho public that their j
stock consists of such goods na can be fully !
warranted, and comprises good? from O e J
lowest to tho finest grades. Wo make special 1
mention ?.f our largo assortment of OVER?
COATS, and persona in want of thin necessary
appendage will do well by calling early nt the
popular Clothing House of
STRAUS ow lilli).,
Deo 2-1 Under tho Columbia Hotel.
M. H. BERRY'S
Mainstreet, hear Plain.
NOW on hand and daily re?
ceiving from the manufac?
tories of New York, Ruston,
Cincinnati and Louisville,tho
largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE over kept in this market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ilig-Room Snits; 200 Bedsteads pf different
! patterns, in Walnut ami Imitation; also, the
! celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chair?.
All kinds of MATTRESSES rondo tn order.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING dono at
hortest notice and in the best mamu r.
Terms cash and Goods cheap. Oct 30
R IRRELS of LIME, for sale low bv
JOHN AGNEW A SON.
fTHE subscriber, anticipating
a removal, with a view of fur?
nishing an entire new etook for
th ? spring season, would inform
the public that for one month
from this date will offer her en?
tire present stock of MILLI?
NERY and FANCY GOODS,
at cost, for cash only. Being
prepared to give bargains in
every instance, would request a oali at her
Millinery Establishment, on Main street, East
aide, oppuaito to Messre. J. H. A M. L. Hi?
llard's di v goods boneo.
Jan 14_MBS. A. MoCORMICK.
LA EOE AND FINE STOCK OF
On Sale at
W, K, GREENFIELD'S REPOSITORY.
THE Baggy stock embraces everything,
from tho plain, substantial Concord ntylc
to a light, elegant trotting buggy. Four
paaaengorvehicles in largo variety, including
Brownell^, Rockaways. I'hretons, Victorias,
and a ucw stylo of four-scat Buggy. This
stock is all fresh from tho factories, is of the
latest di'Kigir, and, not least important, ie
being sold at verv low prices._Deo 20
Richardson's Law Reports,
VOL. I, New Series. Stato cash price, JG.
Also, tho following new Law Books:
Brightly-F.lectiou Casos. H.50.
Hill on Fixtures. $2.
Tyler on Infancy and COV? rture. $7.CO.
Tyler on Ejectment and Adverso Enjoy?
ment. ?7 50.
Dwarria on Statutes and Constitutions.
Bishop's Law nf Married Women. $7.50.
Lan gd die's Select Cases on Contracts. $7.50.
Secoud Volume Brightlev's Federal Digest.
Barn's Legal Judgment. $5 00.
For eals at BUYAN & MoCARTER'3
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE,
^-v WE claim to havo one of tho finest
V7V stocks of WATCHES, of all best Eng
*??jfclisb, Swiss and American makers. With
Diamonds and other One Jewelry, our stock
is large, and we aro going to sell tho Goods.
REI'AIHLNG and ENGRAVING, in all
branches, by the beat of workmen.
Nov 19 Formorly Glaze A Radcliffe.
Boots and Shoes,
m m THE old house of P. H. FLA
J^Pv NIGAN, who for twenty years
L/v carried on tho Shoe trade, and
?BT^?aanever failed to givo satisfaction
in every branch, is now opened by his sons,
and they will conduct tho bueiness on the old
plan-keep nothing but first claaB goods,
quick sales and short profits.
P. H. FLAN IG AN will superintend ?he Ma?
nufacturing Department, and will be pleased
to Beo hin old friends and customers.
Our stock consists of Men's, Boys', Youths',
Ladies', Misses' aud Children's
Shoes, of all Styles and Varieties.
They will lcavo nothing undone to mei it a
fair sb ate of tho patronage so liberally be?
stowed ou their father. Go and see them.
All Shoos exchanged or monev refunded.
Fivo first olaes BOOT-MAKfcltS wanted.
J. T. F LANIGAN A CO.,
Main strcot, opnosite L?rick A Lowrance's.
CKILDS & WILEY
ARE dailv receiving tho finest READY
MADE CLOTHING, for old and young
gent Innen, that have ever bei n offered lu this
market. No custom-made can surpass, and
but few ran equal them, iu style, aud didah,
and pr ice.
Wo sell tho best, at lowor ratoa than those
who don't buy from the manufacturers dil ect.
Wo keep the Star and Truo Fit constantly
on hand, and will tako orders for half dozen
or moro, ?nd warrant a fit.
UNDEli-WEAR in all varieties.
GLOVES -Loather, Buck, Kid. Dog, Rat and
Beal. Bargains to be had in GLOVES.
NECK WE A lt-all styles. Plain and fancy
Linen anil Paper COLLARS.
Sleovo and Collar BUTTONS-Gold and
somo that won't coin.
We will take Greenbacks at p.%r for all
these. _Sept 20
G-et the Best !
?gtjgffpjStt MY line of WATCHES ia
?r^fci^a**^ now fn" fUUl complote, and
faniaMsm "'" Public may dopend on
getting UKI best, at the lowest possible fi gores,
as my futilities aro such that 1 dffy competi?
tion from any market.
I have also lit storo and constantia arriving
all the newest styles of Ladies* Sets, in Dia?
mond, Coral, Cameo, Etruscan, Gold, Jet, Ac;
elegant design* in Chains, Bracelets, Charm?.
Lockets, ito.; the latest and most tx autitnt
patterns in solid Silver and heavy Plated
\V.\ro- Oonda suited f<-r bridal, holiday and
Repairing iii all branches, by the best work?
men aiulnt reasonable rates.
Od ta Columbia Hotel Bow.
0L0C2S AND JEWELBY.
f-o I HAVE on hand a select ._ _
Uh*, -i 4 ..f WATCllKS.JK\Vi:L (?*?a
(KAKY. CLOCKS. SILVER and PLATED
St Ai.:'., vUiich l will disenso of nt mostrea
sonable i rici M. Also, SPECTACLES to snit
REPAIRING in my ?ino dona promptly and
on good terms.
All article* ned work warranted to bo as
represented. GEO. BRUNS,
2il doo, hoi ow PiioKXiJt office, Main slrent.
Oct 29 _
Tho Dexter 8tahles.
<jt THE undersigned have re
M**?\ moved their Stables to tho now
BI/X|N^ building, inimodiatelj South of
*27L>2 <S,?TKla?inc>'a Hall, and, with anew
V0 Vstock of CAUR1AGE8, BUG
(HES HHS fine HOUSES, are prepared lo an?
swer nil cr.ll? that may be mado upon them.
Horses bought mid sold on commission.
Persons in want ot good stock, arc invited to
give us a call. Liberal advances mado on
stock loft for salo. BOYCE A CO.
W. H. ?over..
C. H. VKTTINOII.I.. Jan 24
Gold and Silver
BOUGHT and sold, at
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.