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"Lot oar just Censare?- ^^Sf^SSSSK^f^^Wm Attend the True Event."
BY J. A. SELBY, COLUMBIA, S, C., SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1872. VOL. YU-NO. 27/.
Boira Q?KxB BROTBH CLAIMS,-It is
understood that among tb? interesting
oases to be brought bet?re the British -
American Claims Commission, are the
claims of five1 British blockade-runners
captured during the late war by the
chartered transport steamers Fulton and
Arago, ot the New York and. Havre
Steamship Company's' line, in which
Isaac Bell and Leonard W. Jerome, of
New York city, are understood to have
been the largest stockholders. The two
steamers, with their officers and orew,
were chartered by the quartermaster's
department to rnn between New York
and Hilton Head, and, being armed by
the : Government, captured the five
blockaders above referred to du their
different voyages. ' The vessels were
taken into port and libelled in the prize
courts of the United States. Being con?
demned, tbs vessels, and cargoes were
sold, and'the net proceeds ordored to be
distributed in tho usual manner. . ,
By some means the company got the
moiety on each vessel that by law is* set
apart for the Government, and fearful
that the United States might attempt to
regain it on the ground that by hiring
the veosels, orew and appurtenances,
arming them and assuming the war risks,
the Fulton and Arago were national ves?
sels to ail intents and purposes, and the
United States entitled to the prize money,
the money was hastily divided and the
company dissolved. Aa the United
States has never taken any action indi?
cating ita recognition of any right in it?
self to the prize money, and as the ves?
sels, in their private capacity, had no
authority to make captures, it is olaimed
that their proceedings against the Bri?
tish vessels were simply piratioal, and
afford a legal basia of reclamation against
the American Government under the
treaty of Washington.
A new trail haa been made from Yose?
mite Valley np to the top of 1 Glaoier
Point, which is 4,000 feet above the
valley, and from which may be had
views which are incomparably the finest
in the region. This fact will be joyfully
received by tourists, for the new route
lessens tbe distance to the Point by abont
Citizens' 6avingB Bank of S. C.
A LL SAVINGS DEPOSITS made in this
r\ Bank on or before the 5th day of each
calendar,month will bear intereat for that
month as if dopoeitod on tho 1st instant.
J. O. B. SMITH,
Feb 14 Assistant Cashier.
THE undersigned bas just openod a lot of
IMPORTED CORDI ALB, of various kinds,
embracing Perfect Love, Vanilla, Boee,
Anisette, etc. Also Imported Maraschino,
Cnraooa and Absinthe. T. M. POLLOCK.
Sale of Sv?rtanburg and Union Railroad.
. UKioH O. H., 8. C., Jan. 31,1872.
j^MiMEaflTJ PERSONS can attend tho ealo of
*5?6c!^SK*th?8 Read by taking the up train
of the Oroenvillo Road to Alston on MUN?
DAY, the5th February next.
THOMAR B. JETER,
President Sp ar tanburg and Union Railroad.
Reliable Seed, and
buy them from
XS. E. JACKSON'S
Drug Store. He keeps
a choice assortment of
Buist's best Seed. !
Feb a _,_6__
Ladies can get a Good bargain
C. F. JACKSON.
DRESS GOODS, at 35 oenta, worth 40 centa.
DRESS GOODS, at 50 oenta, worth 75 centa.
DBESS GOODS, at 75 oenta, wc rtb 1.00.
DBE8S GOODS, at 1.00, worth $1.50.
CLOAKS sold wit hoot regard to coat.
Coal! Goal! Coal!
JOST reoeired, a full anpply of first quality
COAL, grato size. For sale in large or
snif.il quantities. JJSEPH CHEWS.
Jan ap _ G
THE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Bish?
ops and othor Clergy ot the Anglican
Church. Yoi. I. $5.
Aunt Jane's Hero, by Author of Stopping
Hannah, a new Novel, by Misa Mtilooh? 50o.
Jan ll DUFFIE A CHAPMAN.
Mules and Horses.
1 A Btock of line MULES andjfey
?Sb^^HOnHES constant Iv on hand WK?
JWW?at tho NATIONAL HOTEL^^Ofc
?M ?71. .STABLES. Liberal advances in ado
on horses ou consignment for salo.
Jan 13 Imo P. HAMILTON JOYNER.
Kentucky Horses and Mules.
A A FINE lot of Kentucky?^
??gTVStock-H O It S E S AN ?i(%B
(TTS MULES-just roceivod and^d
ii ? i i?for Ba|0> fjau h0 uo(.n ttt jjrj uwtm
Daly'a Btables, on Assembly street.
Jan 12 JOHN N. LONG.
-^--- ? ? .
ALARGE nnmbor of fluo KENTUCKY
MULES, which may bo soon at Charlea
Logan's Stables, corner Senate and Assembly
streets. W. 8. A J. M. TALBOT.
j. A LOT of fino Kentucky *
MULES and HORSES, just ar-f/t/l
W| rived. Call at Try
Mj " DALY'S STABLEST"
?ctJ_ _ On Assembly street.
$50,000 to Loan,
ON GOOD COLLATERAL. Apply at
Jan 23 CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
/SID O O??tl ?TotiOO?.
ON MARRIAGE.- HAPPY BELIEF FOB
YOUNO MEN from the effects or Errors and
Abases in early life. Manhood restored.
Nervous debility etnred.- ?wpediment? to
Marriage removed. New method of treat?
ment. I*ew &UL? remarkable remodioa. Books
and Ciroulara sent free, in sealed envelopes.
Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No. 2
Sooth Ninth Street, Pbiladelphla, Pa.
OF oboloe stock and trne to name. Every
variety of seleoted GARDEN, FIELD and
FLOWER SEEDS. Having over 200 aores de?
voted te seed growing, all wanting pure seeds
direct from the grower should send their or?
ders direct to us. Descriptive Catalogues and
Price List fnrnisbed on application.
COLLINS, DOWNS & CO.,
lill and 1113 Market et., Philadelphia, Pa.
Seed farms near Haddonfield, N. J.
N. B.-Trade sappi! ed on liberal terms.
Lea & Perrina' Sance,
Pronounced by Connoisseurs
?THE ONLY GOOD SAUCE."
It improves appetite and digestion, and it is
unrivaled for its flavor.
We are dlreoted by Messrs. LEA A PER?
RINS to prosecute all partiea making or vend?
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
Ang 15 46mo Afronta, New York.
THE HOUSE and LOT, on Pickona
street, belonging to eatato of Mrs. H.
?Zimmerman, deoeaaed. The Lot con?
tains upwards of an acre, with a roomy aud
commodious Dwelling, and a smaller build?
ing, ereoted for a School House, but suitable
as a Residence for a small family; aleo, a fine
Garden, Fruit Trees, Well aud Spout Water,
tho usual out-buildings, ftc.
For terms, apply to
Jan 6?tn EDWIN J. SCOTT, Exeontor.
AT CO ST
We offer from this date our entire
Stock of CLOAKS and FURS, at cost
and carriage. Call at once and get a
PORTER & STEELE.
Jan 12 ___
Pocket Diaries for 1872.
ALL sizes and prioes. Miller's Almanac?
for 1672. Also, Leslie's, CasseR'a and
other Piotorial Almanaca.
1.000 STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS, in Enrope
and America, colored and plain, carefully se?
lected. For sale at
Jan 3 BRYAN A MoO ARTE R'S Bookatore.
?}f\f \ BARBELS POTATOES, consisting
iUU of Pink Eyes,
Jnat reoeived and for ?ale low, by
Jan ll_JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Fresh Garden 8eoda.
PEAS, Boans, Oom, Cabbage, and every
variety of frosh and genuine Seeda, for
sale by FISHER A SILLIM AN, Druggist a,
Jan 20_Opposite Columbia Hotel.
Money to Lend,
ON marketable collaterals, at
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
WM. H. ORCHARD,
Professor of Music anddealer in Plano V?ries.
APPLY at bia residence, cornor of Laurel
and Henderson streets, or al tho book
storo of D ii file ft Chapman..
Piano Fortea, Organa and Melodre?a
Toned and Repaired. Jan 23 3mo
Portraits Painted in Oil
FROM Ufo, or from tho smallest picture.
Photographe Colored in all styles. A Ino
Lessons given in Drawing and Painting.
Apply at Bryau A MoCartt-r's bookatore, or
at the residence of Prof. WM. H. ORCHARD,
corner of Laurel and Henderson streets.
New York Exchange
BOUGHT and aold. at
THE CITIZENS* SAVINOS BANK.
Thorbnrn's Garden Seeds.
ALARGE assortment of frosh GARDEN
SEEDS, Onion Sota, Ac, for sale low.
Jan 13_EDWARD HOPE.
Copartnership-Fisher & Silliman.
IHAVE this day associated with me, in the
Drug and Apothecary business, Mr. L. T.
SILLIMAN, a graduate or Philadelphia Col?
lege or Pharmacy. Tho name and st vie of the
Arm will bo FISHER St SILLIMAN.
W. C. FISHER.
.TAHTTAST IB. 1878._ Jan 20
Commissioner of Deeds
FOR TIIK VARIOUS STATES,
AUGUSTUS E. COHEN,
Jan 13 aw8 At Hendrix House.
Private Sale of Property in Pendle*
. ton, 3. C.
THE bountiful RESIDENCE of the UU
Mrs. John O. Calhoun, in Pondloton riU
Iago, is offered for Bale on eaay and reason?
able terms. The premises contain seventy
Uve and a ball acres, par tl} cleared and cul?
tivated. The dwelling is of wood, oue story,
with seven large roume, pantrlea, closets and
basoments for kitchens and store rooms, and
commands a view of the Allegheny Mountain*
unsurpassed iu tho y tato. The grounds are
extensive and handsomely improved, with
flue apple and peaoh orchards and kitchen
garden In the roar, and numerous out-build
inga, corresponding in atyle to the grounds
and dwelling. Tba place ia wi thin 400 yarda
or the Blue Ridge Railroad Depot, and aime
Mrs. Calhoun's death, has been occupied by
the Hon. Thomas O. Clemson, who will give
possession on the let of May. This first o?ase
villago residence and landa is aituatod in a
moat delightful olimate and neighborhood,
and can bo purchased on time. For further
information, call on Dr. T. J. FickenB or Mr.
Wm. Henry Treecott,of Pendleton, T. Grange
Bimons, of Charleston, or address the under?
signed, at Abbeville, who, aa the Executor of
Mrs. J. C. Calhoun, is authorized to sell, li
not sold, the promises will he leased.
Jan 27 a3_Qualified Executor of Will.
Host Exoellent Grand Boyal Arch
Chapter of Sonth Carolina.
? THE ANNUAL GRAND CONVO
_#V-.CATION of tho Grand Royal Arch
JfT Chapter of Boutb Carolina will he
holden in tho city of CharlOBton, on
TUESDAY, the 13th day of February, A.*. I.'.
2402, A. D. 1872, at 12 M.
The Proaidonta of tho various railroads in
South Carolina have kindly oonaented to per?
mit the Grand Offiaera end Delegates to pasa
und repasB thereon, for one fare. The full I
fare is to bo paid at the place of starting and
certificates will be issued by tho Grand Se?
cretary, at tho oloeo of the Convocation, en?
titling tho holder to return free of any charge
Board can bo had at tho following rates:
Charleston Hotel. $3 per day; Pavilion Hotel,
tl; Milla House, $3.
The Delegates are requested to como pre?
pared to make their returns and pay their
It is sincerely boped that there will bo a
general attendance, as buaiueBS of great im?
portance will bo nreBcnted for consideration.
AUGUSTINE T. BMYTHE,
Jan 30 sj_Grand Secretary.
Sale Bpartanbrurg and Union Bailroad.
The State of South Cardio a, plaintiff, against
the Spartanburg and Union Railroad Com
Inany and others, creditors, defendants.
N obedience to an order dated 15th day ol
. November, 1871, passed by tho Hou. James
M. Rutland, Judge of the 4th Circuit, of the
State of Sonth Carolina^the undersigned will
sell, on the FIBST MONDAY in February, 187 li,
at Unionvillo, in the County of Union, iu th?
State of South Carolina, before the Court
House door, between the hours of ll o'clock
in the forenoon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon
at public outcry, to tho highest bidder, tin
whole of the SPARTAN BURG AND UNIO?
RAILROAD, inoluding tho Road-bed, Righto
Way, Grading, Bridges, Masonry and Super
structure-, lying and situate in the Count!?
of Fairfield, Union and ts pu rt an bur g ; all thi
stock subscribed for in tho Spartauburg am
Union Bailroad Company; thc chartered right
and privileges thereof; the railroad ?mises
chairs and equipmenta, and all the pr?pert;
owned by said company, aa moulent or nooes
Bary for its business, on the following terms
to wit: Twenty-five thousand ($25,000) do)
lara cash, and the balance- in three eqaa
Bemi-annual instalments, with iutercst o
each int talcum t from the day of sale, tu h
occured by the bond of the purchaser, with
mortgage of the entire property sold. Tb
purchaser will also be roguired to pay for a
stamps and papers.
If the highest bidder should fail to pay a
onco tho twenty-five thousand ($25,000) do
lara aforesaid in oaub, the property berciubi
fore advertised will immediately bo offeree
at tho time and place above mentioned, upc
tho terms already stated, for re-sale.
JAMES M. BAXTER,
THOMAS B. JETER,
NQVCMBBB 8B. 1871._I^fereceu
Sale of Bing's Mountain Bailroad.
Theodore D. Wagner and Asbury Cowan
Trust?es, rt. the King's Mountain hallie*
Company.-Foreclosure of Morlgugt.
Uy H. H. DiLKOB.
IN pursuance of tho terme of a Mortgaf
oxeouted by the King's Mountain Rai
road Company, on tho 15th day of Marc
18GG, and hy virtue of tho powers there
granted, we will sell, at public, auction,
harleston. S. C., on WEDNESDAY, Man
20, 1871. at ll o'clock, at corner East Ray ai
Thc entire RAILROAD of thc said Comp
ny, including the hod and superi-tr uctures
Baid Road, the materials used in constru
tion, tbs stations, station-house depot
I storo-houses, work-shopa, machinery anil fi
tures thereon, and all the engines and rollii
stock, together with all the tights, privilec
and casement belonging or appeltainii.g
said Railroad Company.
Terms cash ; purchaser s to pay for pc pt
aud stumps. THEODORE D. WAGNER,
Jan 14 Trustees
Wood! Wood!! Wood!!!
THE undersigned bops leavo to inform t
citizens of Columbia that he baa a WOt
YARD at his old Hand, at the Charlotte 1
pot, where he keeps constant h on hand t
bent qualities of PINE and i ?AK WOO
which ho will Hell, DKI.lVEUEIi to any part
the city, ai lim following extraordinary!
prices, viz: Pine, $4; Oak, $5 per curd. i?<
Ordern may ho left either at my store or
Isaac Sulzbacher's Jewelry Store, Main sire
Jan ll Imo? _CHAR LES 11A MR E Rd
For Sale-Splendid Bnilaing Lots
IOFFER for sale a full square, in IC quat
aero LOTS, bouuded by Wayne, Bivi
Pulaski and Greene streets, near the Cli
lotto, Columbia and Auguata Railroad, >
tho Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta R
road, just West of Lover's garden, in ono
the most beautiful port iona of tho city.
TEBMS-$250 per Lot, of one-quarter of
acre; $50 paid down, and tho balami
monthly payments, $5 each, and no rates
interest. No charge for papers, if payui
ia mailo aa alipuluted. All tho Lota lo
closed out by February 1. Plat to be acct
the post oftlco. E. \V. W II EKLE I
Jan 3 _ lui
Bevenue Stamps! Bevenue Stamp
ALL DENOMINATIONS for sale at
usual discount, at tho SOUTH CA
LINA RANK AND TRUST CO._Dec
BARRELS of LIME, for sale lot
?U\J\J JOHN AO NEW A SO
FURS, F?RS, FURS!
E. C. SHIVER & CO.
B. G. SHIVER. DAVID JONES.
MT. ZION SCHOOL,
Winnsboro, S. C.
#THE Spring SoBaion opens on
Monday, January 20. 1872. The
conreo of instrnotion affords tho?
rough preparation for any depart?
ment of university study, or for
business life. Tho Virginia Milt
ary Institute baa rocontlv conferred upon this
School an Annual PRIZE SCHOLARSHIP,
'.overing tho ent ire course in that institution.
Address M. M. FARROW, Principal.
NEW G ROCKERY
THE undersigned have rn
cently opened an entire NEW 1
STOCK of articles in the above
fy lino, which has been carefully
i* ecleoted. They invito a call
From tho citizene to inapoot their
GOODS AND PRICES.
Their stock embraces CROCKERY. CHINA,
PLATED-WARE, TABLE CUTLERY, Etc.
Iv I.VU S I. A Mi & IIUATH,
Under Columbia Hotel.
H. EIKOSI.AND. J. A. HEATH.
Jan 21 3mo
WITH TUB NEW ?EAB
oun STOCK OF
wira m mn
Consumers of DRY GOODS, mako a note ot
tho above. We must clear out Winter Stock,
and BARGAINS may be expected, RS large r??
dactions in pricea will be made, ut Ibo
POPULAR DRY GOODS HOUSE OF
w. D. LOVE h co.
W. D. LOVE,
_B. R. McOttBEItT. Jan t\
Pnvato Boarding House,
AyBM;"^ BY M,<s- SAMUEL TOWN
Bjfc7??&*? SEND, Souale street, South
fltaijEpSBr etiMt of the <.% H. i . ; t < >'. one ?(| ll aro
*SL??fflSa^& fi 'mi Main sire.*t, Columbia,
ft. O. Dec 2 3mt
np HE Htihseribera, having this day formed a
1 copartnership, tn be known and styled us
HOWIE A ALLEN, and having leased fora
term of years the- shops and machinery, and
bought toe materials on I ho premises former?
ly occupied hy James M. Allon, aro prepared
to enter imo contracts for building ortho
finishing of all shop-made materials, such as
BLINDS, Doora, Sash, Window Framed, Ac ,
Ac. Also, tito Dressing of Lumber, Scroll
Hawing und Turning, and would respectfully
solicit a share of thu public patronage.
HOWIE <fc ALLEN.
JOHN M. HOWIE, EnwAHD ALLEN.
COLUMPIA. November 13, 1871. Doo 12 3nio
onn nnn PEET OP LUMBER,
OV/W,\;l/l/ CO.00O fool or well aoa
som-d Flooring on hand.
Orders for Lath, ami all kinds Lumber tilled
at short notice. Apidy al our Lumber Yard,
on Lady street ami Greenville Railroad, or
add rena W. LOWRY ?V CO.,
Out 28 OMI o Rex ISO, Columbi*, s O.
IIOU Bale af New York rules, nt
1 THE CITIZENS' SA VI NOS RANK.
OA A BARRELS selected SEED POTA
aWV/\/TOE8 - Piiik-Eyos, Early Rose,
Jackson Whites, Peach Illowa ami Early
Goodrich, for sa'.e low by
Jun 10 EDWARD HOPE.
- ^ LADTES' DOUBLE-SOLED
LJ \ LadieB* and Misaea' OVER
Ladies' and Genta' FOOT-HOLDS.
Ludios' and Quota' CORK SOLES.
Gents' WATER-PROOF BOOTH.
Genta' Woolen OVER-SHOES.
Gent?' Black and Colored OVER GAITERS.
Children's WINTER SHOES.
Jan 21_J. MEIGHAN.
WE DAVE RE-ORGANIZED
And secured the services of a
FIRST CLASS GUTTER.
And f.H tho aeasou ie lato, and our stock of
HAKE ?P EMITS
AT REDUCED RATER,
?And Guarantee Satisfaction.
Stock of Clothing,
Hats and Fur?
Ia still large, and deduction in pr ico will he
made to reduce it. We aro still taking orders
for Blurts, warranting a tit.
If you want nice goods, give us a call.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
Tumbling Down Prices in Clothing.
THE undersigned beg leave to inform thoir
many friends and patrons that they have
concluded to reduce their lat go and varied
stock o? READY-MADE CLOTHING, Hate
and Gent?' Furnishing Goods, in order to
make room for a froah arrival; and will,
therefore, dispose of thoir goods at prices to
suit the must skeptical. They take further
pleasure in stating to the public that their
stock consists of such gooda aa can ho fully
warranted, and compriece gooda from the
lowest to the linest grades. We make special
mention of onr large assortment of OVER?
COATS, and persons in want of this necessary
appendage will do well hy calling oarly at the
popular Cl Otb lug House of
S Tit AU? 6t imo..
Dec 24 Under tho Columbia Hotel.
M. H. BERRY'S
Main Street, near Plain.
NOW on hand and daily re?
ceiving from tho ruannfac
torica of New York, Boston,
Cincinnati and Louisville,the
largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE ever kept iu this market, consisting
in psri of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Diu
ing-ltoom Snits; 200 Bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut aud Imitation; also, the
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinda of MATTRESSES made to order.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
?hortest notice and in the best manner.
Terms canh and Goods cheap. Oct 30
Columbia Music Store.
LyBrand & Son
11AKE pleasure in calling tho attention of
. the public to au examination of their
STOCK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con?
sisting of Pianos, Church and Parlor Organs,
Mcloueons, VioliiiB, Guitars, Banjos, Flutes,
Accord?ons, Brass and Silver Band Instru?
ments ol all kinds. Also, Sheet Muslo and
Instruction Books for every class of Musical
Instruments on hand at all times, sheet
I Music sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of
price; and all kinds of Musical Goods sent by
Express, when ordered, to any part of the
Slate, marked 0. O. I). Good Second-hand
! F?anos and Organ* for enlo cheap, for cash.
Piano-, Organs and Melodious tuned and re?
paired in a satisfactory manner; and will give
especial attention to Packing. Removing and
j Shipping Pianos lor other parties to any poi ll
i desired, at moderate prices.
All orders promptly attended to and satis
! faction guaranteed to those lavoring us with
their patronage. Send for our catalogue of
I Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Tay?
lor street, Citizens' Saving-* Pank Building,
Columbia, 8. C. Nov 7
_^ THE subscriber, anticipating
^aBBtok, a ramoval, with a view ?X 4nv*
?jSStWv?k n?8ni"K an entire new etook Tor
?S*K2?S t,'lfl ePrmK soaaon, would inform
H tbs pabilo that for one month
^BHOW from thia date wilt offer her en
uM IMF preaent stock of MILLI
NEUY and FANCY GOODS,
MlO at uo?t> ',,r CMn only. Being
ff IPI prepared to nive bargains in
every instance, would request a call at her
Millinery Establishment, on Main street. East
side, opposite tn Mesara. J. H. & M. L. Ki
Dara's dry gooda honse.
Jan U _MHB. A. McCORMiCK.
LARGE AND FINE STOCK OF
On Salo at
I \Y. K. GREENFIELDS BEl'?SITOBY.
THE Buggy stock ombracea everything,
from the plain, substantial Concord style
to a light, elegant trotting buggy. Four
?assenter vehicles in large variety, including
rownella. Rockaways, Pbotona, Viotoriaa,
i and a new atyle of four-scat Buggy. This
stock is all frosh from tho factories, ia of the
latest design, and, not leaet important, is
being sold at verv low p ri cos._Deo 20
Richardson's Law Reports,
VOL. I, New SerieB. Stato cash price, f G.
Alao, the following new Law Booka:
Brightly-Election Cases. $7.50.
Hill on Fixtures. $2.
Tyler on Infancy and Coverture f 7 50.
Tyler on Ejectment and Adverso Enjoy?
ment. $7 50.
Dwarria on Statutes and Constitutions.
Bishop's Law of Married Women. $7.50.
Langd ale's Soloct Cases on Contracta. $7.50.
Second Volume Brightloy's Federal Digeat.
Ham's Legal Judgment. $5.00.
For sale at BRYAN & McCARTER'S
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE.
? WE claim to have ono of tho finest
WV Btockaof WATCHES, of all beat Eng
ajitJUlieh, Swiss and American makers. With
Diamonds and other fine Jewelry, our stock
is large, and we are going to seB the Goods.
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in all
branches, by tho beat of workmen.
Nov 19_Formerly Glaze A Radcliffe.
Boots and Shoes,
m ?f. THE old houae of P. H. FLA
J^BV NIGAN, who for twenty years
t^j carried on the Shoe trade, and
W MMU?uevor failed to give satisfaction
in every branch, ia now opened by his sons,
and they will oonduct tho bueinees on the old
plan-keep nothing but first class gooda,
quick sales and short profits.
P. H. FLAN IG AN will superintend the Ma?
nufacturing Department, and wiU bc pleased
to BOO bis old friends and customers.
Our stock consista of Men's, Boys', Youths',
Ladies', Muses' ami Children's
Shoes, of all Styles and Varieties.
They will leavo nothing undone to niertt a
fair anare of the patronage BO liberally be?
stowed on their father. Go and sec them.
All Sbons exchanged or money refunded.
Five first class BOOT-MAKERS wanted.
J. T. FLAN IG AN Sc CO.,
Main street, opposite L?rick A Lowrance's.
CHILDS & WILEY
ARE dailv receiving tho finest READY
MADE CLO THING, for old and young
gentlemen, that have ever been offered lu thia
market. No custom-made can surpass, and
but few can equal them, in atyle, and finish,
We sell tho beet, at lower rates than those
who don't buy from tho manufacturers direct.
Wc keep tho Star and True Fit constantly
on hand, and will take orders for half dozen
or more, and ?arrant a fit.
UNDER-WEAR in all variotiea.
RU BB EH CLO TH I NO.
GLOVES-Leather, Buck. Kid. Dog,Rat and
Seal. Bargains to bo had in O LOVES.
NECK WEAR-all stvlos. Plain and fancy
Linon and Paper COLLARS.
Sleeve and Collar BUTTONS-Gold and
aomo that won't coin.
We.will take Greenbacks at par for all
Get the Best !
ix^^c^g? MY line of WATCHES is
ar^i rw^SL now full and complete, and
Btoaa&gfegB&KJ he publie may depend on
gelling tho beat at tho lowest possible figures,
aa mv facilities aro such that I defy competi?
tion from any market.
I have also in store and oonatantl) arriving
all tho newest styles of Ladles' Sets, in Ilia?
I mond, Coral, Caiii|0, Etruscan, Gold, .L t, Ac;
? elegant destgus in Chains, Bracelets,Charms.
! Lockets, Ac; the latest ami mort beautiful
I patterns in solid Silver and heavy Plated
I Ware- Goods suited for bridal, holiday and
! othi r presentations.
j Repairing in all branches, by the bent work
tm it and ai reasonable ratea.
. Oct lil Columbia Hotel Bow.
! CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
1 /-o I ll AVK on hand a select_
i GjV stork of WA r,CHF.S.JKWKL-cjy*<P?
I Au<Y, CLOCKS, SILVER and PLATED
WARE, which 1 will dismise <>r at mostrea
? sonable price?. Also, SPECTACLES to snit
REPAIRING in roy lin? done promptly and
on good terms.
All articb i* and work warranted to bo aa
represented. GEO. BRUNS,
2d door below I'mr.xix office, Main street.
The Dexter Stables.
THE undersigned have ro
i moved their Stables to tho now
I C^wSaV^a, I nilding, immediately South of
I '^*/dLl_^irnr'lt"I"'>,H Hall, and, with anew
I Y?T*^&F Tstock of CARRIAGES, BUG
j OILS ami line HORSES, are prepared lo an
' nwer all calls that may be made upon them,
i Horses bought and sold on commission.
' Persons in want ol good sleek, are invited tc
give us a call. Liberal advances mado on
: stock left for Hale. BOYCE A CO.
W. H. BOYCE.
C. TI. PKTTINOIM,. Jan 24
Gold and Silver
BOUGHT and Bold, at
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.