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BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1 1871. VOL. VII-NO. 102,
-? .? X U Ll B I J. eg 3 ,
Par eon Brownlow 's assault on Mr.
Beok proves once 'more the old saying
that it is the truth ?hieb borte. Tho
facts brought forward by Mr. Beck in
support of his statement that the parson,
had made a pandemonium of Tennessee
when Governor of that State/ should not
be lost. ' One of the very first Acts
passed by the Brownlow Legislature of
1865, was the old sedition law of 1798
over again, making it a highly penal
offence to speak or write "seditiously"
of the State Government, its officers or
Aots. Then came a franchise law debar*
ring from the ballot, at one sweep, every
man wbo oould not prove to the regi?
strars that he bad never aided or favored
the Confederacy. The registrars, not
proving strict enough, all the registra?
tions they had made were annulled, and
the power of appointing all registrars
pnt in the hands of Governor Brown?
low, who, as may be imagined, selected
men as bitter as himself. Even this,
however, failed to famish the requisite
security, and by another Aot all existing
registrations were again Bet aside and
the poWer given the Governor to annul
any new registration at wilt In accord?
ance with this Parson Brownlow threw
out the vote of twenty-eight of the
largest Counties in the State at tho elec?
tions in 1865, saying in his mossago:
"The entire vote of the State is 61,783;
omitting the vote illegally registered, it
is reduced to 89,509. But I must repeat
that there can be no doubt but a large
Eortion of the voters in the Counties I
ave been constrained to reject, were
justly entitled to certificates, if the law
had been complied with." As a speci?
men further of this kind of government
the oase of one County, not included in
the above twenty-eight, may be taken.
3,000 voters were registered, but just
prior to election day that registration
was annulled and a now one ordered.
Fourteen persons only were registered,
and at tho election the County only cast
this vote! Again two years afterwards
the vote was but nineteen, and yet by
looking to "The World Almanac for
1872" we find this same County (Henry)
oasting in 1870 a vote of 2,776. Adding
to disfranchisement like this, the militia
system, still memorable for the scoun?
drel material of whioh it was composed
convicts pardoned out 'of the peniten?
tiary on condition of enlisting, and the
like-and the atrocities it oommitted,
and it oan be been with what justice Mr.
Beck referred to Brownlow's gubernato?
rial regime as establishing a pandemoni?
um in Tennessee.-New York World.
FHED. DOUGLASS' TREATMENT IN A
RADICAL CITX.-The Erie (Pu.) Observer,
of the 15th alt, relates the following ac?
count of the manner in whioh Fred.
Douglass was received in that city, well
known as one of the Radical strongholds
in Pennsylvania: ,
On Sunday Fred. Douglass, the noted
colored orator, stopped hero, with the
intention of taking the Monday morning
train to Pittsburg, where he had a lecture
engagement. At the depot he stepped
up to the door of an omnibus, when the
driver coolly drew it, shut and drove off.
He walked over to another, and was
treated in tho same moaner, the busman
paying no heed to a call from a by?
stander that a passeuger wanted to get
in. Douglass thon went to Sterrete'a
livery stable, where he secured a carriage
to convey him to the Reed House.
Arriving there, on registering his name,
he was notified that his meals would bo
sent to his room, where be was com?
pelled to eat them daring his stay in the
oity. -Douglass took out his Tribune
almanac, and on learning from it that
Erie County gave 2,500 Republican ma?
jority, he was in a tempest of rage.
Here is a community which pretends
great love for the oolorod man, and yet
when the biggest one of tho raco comes
along he is insulted in every direction.
He didn't quite say "d-n such friend?
ship," but it was easy to be seen that ho
thought it. Where, obi where, were
our loud-mouthed "champ? on a of free?
dom," that they didn't open their houses
to Fred., sad entertain him liku "a man
ALSACE ADD LORRAINE.-Tho unifica?
tion of Germany is going on, not alone
in territory, but in sentiment. From
tho too-long existing ohaos of diveraa
and discordant interests bas sprung a
solidarity of interest and of principle
wbiob promises well for tho future of
the great German people. Even tho
Rhine territory, so long and so oruelly
separated from the Fatherland, is begin?
ning to forget the bitter prejudices ac?
quired under a foreign master, aud to
look with a borne feeling upon tho Em?
pire to wbiob it bad boen restored. Nor
does tho Rhino flow less lovingly as an
artery than it did as a boundary. Its
mission now is one of union rather than
of division, and in its liquid flow it sym?
bolizes the harmony of restoration,"not
the clash of antagonistic forces. This
Rhine territory now stands us follows:
Upper Alsaeo, with a population of 473,
000; Lower. Alsace, 610^000; and Lor?
raine, 514,400. From these divisions,
all the. Zolvoruin restrictions aro now re?
moved, nud the products of Alsatian in?
dustry eau now And au outlet through
my part of Germany.' Furth er moro, it
ts said that tba Gorman oivil service is
proving far more acceptable than the
PFrench; tho maila are more reliable, nnd
the money order system is moro simplo
and satisfactory. Tho telegraphic and
railway services aro also improved, while
tho school system is now ono desorving
of the nama. These advantages aro
such as biivo weaned tho people from
that horror of'annexation which they at
first felt. They now accept tho situa?
tion, if not with gratitude, at least with?
out reluctance, j _
"A silver-lined, gold-monnted, pearl
handled, non-oxplosivo wedding," is an?
nounced as a forth-coming event iu Fort
Money to Lend;
ON marketable collaterals, at
THE CITIZEN3' HAVINGS BANK.
7?N MARUIAGE-HAPPY liEL??F FOB !
YOUNO MEN from tho effects or Errora and
Abuses in early lifo. Manhood restored.
Nervous debility cured. Impediments to |
Marriago removed. New method of treat?
ment. New and remarkable rsmedicB. Booka |
and Oirculara sent free, in sealed envolopes.
Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No. 2
South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Deo 27_ 3mo
ON loan for two years, from THREE to
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS. Ample
I Hoourity will bo given, and ten per cont, inte?
rest; interest payable semi-annually. Apply
to Du. PARKER.
msm Fair Notice.
ALL persons or parties indebted to the un?
dersigned, or to E. A O.D.Hope, pre?
vious to tho lat of January last, will come for?
ward and make settlement within thirty days,
and save coats of snit. E. HOPE.
\ Dwelling House Wanted to Bent.
MTHE advertiser wants to rent
DWELLING HOUSE, from tho 1st of I
October next, near to tho Theological [
Bominary, with Parlor, Dining Room, Kitch?
en and six Chambers. Apply to RICHARD
L. BRYAN, E8Q-, Book-soller. March 6 3?
\ Norwood's Patent Cotton Planter.
PARTIES ivishing to purchaso COTTON
PLANTERS will consult their interests
by calling at PHILIP MOTZ'S Wagon Manu?
factory, where tho best and moat complete
Cotton Plantera in tho South are manufac?
tured and sold. PHILIP MOTZ.
Assembly, between Lady and Gervais street?.
March 1 Imo
Gas-Light: Bills for Month ot February.
CONSUMERS will pleaso attend to tho pay?
ment of their respectivo bills without de?
lay. JACOB LEVIN,
March 5 3 Secrotary Gas Co.
For Sale-Pennsylvania Gourd Seed
THIS cow has proved suitable to this cli?
mate, in maturing before the usual
drought of summer, and yielding a large
quantity per acre. J. W. PARKER.
March 5 _3
MCKENZIE S, MAIN STREET.
FRUITS-GLACE, Apricots, Cher-|
inca, Prunes, Ac.
Crystalized Fruits, assort cd.
Chocolate Creams, Selected Cream Bon1
Bon's, Chocolate Bouche a la Rein, together
with a varied assortment of Uno Froncb
Goods, all fresh and Ano._Fob 30 G
OF tho best English makers,
Breech and Muzzlo Loading;
Parlor RIFLES. Ball and Shot |
^Cartridges for Parlor Rilles.
Feb 25 Imo_WM. GLAZE.
Watches, Diamonds, Etc.
Offers, JUST received a full lino of Ladies'
M*jS*nd Genta' GOLD WATCHES, Dia
^**^mond Rings, Pine, in various styles, I
Bracelets, Chaine, etc. I am going to sell the ,
goods. WILLIAM GLAZE.
v^ft??,,. JUST opening a full asnort
^^ffiSment of FISHING TACKLE,
consisting of everything in this lino.
Fob 25 Imo_WM. GLAZE.
New Spring Ooods.
p. I HAVE Just received mv Block of
H?SPRlNG and SUMMER CASSIMERES,
fMVESTINGS, Ac, to which I would invito
' lllktho attention of tho public. Tho stock
comprises all styles and prices, and will be
made to ord6r in tho most fashionable man?
ner. C. L>. EBERHARD!'.
TUE undersigned has now in store and re?
ceiving a full supply of those well esta?
blished Fertilizers nf Messrs. Wilcox, Gibbs
& Co., the PDONIX. MANIPULATED and
GUANO, SALT and PLASTER COMPOUND,
and is now ready to AU orders, and ship by
railroad to any glvon point. Call and got cir?
culars, giving pricea and particulars. At
present prices of cotton, it will tako but an1
lucroaaod yield of 25 to 90 pounds to pay for
200 pounds Guano. . Jl 3. CHAMBERS,
Fob 15 J2mo _ Columbia, S. C.
WE have Just received tho latest styles of
March 5_GUILDS A WILEY.
First in the Field.
SPRING GOODS! SI? GOODS!
PRINTS, Delaines, Poplins, Casaimoros,
Joaus and Tweeds.
A full stock of FANCY GOODS.
Now is tho limo to purchase, before they ad
vaneo in price.
P. S. Heavy gooda sold al coat.
C. F. JACKSON,
Fob 18 _Next door to Agnew Alton.
Gourd Seed Corn.
AFEW bushels Pennsylvania GOURD
SEED CORN, for seed. Very productivo
ami adapted to this climate. For sale bv
Feb 21 E. HOPE.
Grand Purim Ball,
Gaza Lodge No. 168; I. 0. B. B.
A GRAND Masquerade and Oivil DreBB
BALL will be given by Gaza Lodge, on
MONDAY EVENING, March 25,1872, at
_kl r wi n'a Hall.
Tiokots can bo proonrod at tho following
gentlemen's places of business: Messrs. H.
Solomon, T. M. Pollock, D. Epatin and Isaao
Tho committee reaervo tho right to unmask
any individual. All maska to be takon off at
12 o'clock P. M.
No tickets for aalo at the door.
Prof. LyBrand's Band will famish muaic
for tho oocaaion. J. GOLD8M1TH,
Chairman Committee of Arrangements.
Feb 29 th m
SFHINGr GOODS ! !
OPENING. MONDAY, A MAGNIFICENT
LadioB' LACE COLLARS and SLEEVES.
Full Hue of
Ladioa" MADE-UP UNDER-GARMENTS,
New stylo SPRING PRINTS and CAM?
BRICS, just enited for tho aea8on.
All DcpartmentB aro now fully replenished
with now and
And will bo sold at uniformly
W. D. LOVE A CO.
W. D. LOVE,
B. B. MCCBEERY. Feb 18
We Live and Learn, Die and Forget All.
THE SOUTHERN DYE HOUSE,
No. 359 KINO STUEET, CHABLESTON, 8. C.,
DYES and CEEANS, by moana of steam,
gcntlotnon's, ladies' and children's
clothes. Fine laces and laco curtains cleaned
and doua up with tho soft or manufacturer's
finish; laco and cr&po nh awl a and kid gloves
cleaned and dyed. Gooda received and rc
turned by express. I. BILLER, Proprietor.
Branch office at MrB. C. E. Reed's millinery
establishment, Columbia. Feb 21 3mo
Motz's Celebrated North Carolina
IDAVE a lot of tho abovo WHISKEY on
hand, and having made arrangements to
take all Whiskey manufactured by Motz, will
count anti v keep' it on hand. Can on Iv bc had
at W. J. BLACK'S,
Feb 7 Imo* Charlotte, N. C.
popular Cotton Plant?
ers, warranted eatis
fistr*"***. factory or no aale.
Garden Plows and Cultivator.
200 Dixon Stoel Sweep?, hotter and cheaper
than tho Farmer can make them himself.
Fob ?5 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
2.000 lb?. H AMS,
2.000 bushels CORN,
20,00011)8. BACON, at prices that
laffer every inducement of other mar
keta. L?RICK ft LOWRANCE.
Copartnership-Fieher & Sillimau.
IHAYE this day associated with me, in the
Drug and Apothecary boniness, Mr. L. T.
S1LLIMAN, a graduate of Philadelphia Col?
lege of Pharmacy. Tho namo and style ot the
Orin will ho FISHER A SILL1MAN. *
W. C. FISHER.
JASUAUT IC, 1872. Jan 2fl
ALARGE number of tino KENTUCKY
Mc EES. which may bo aeon at Charles
Logan's Stable?, corner Senate and Assembly
Btreets. W. S. A J. H. TALBOT.
Jan 13 _ _
THE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Bish?
ops and other Clergy of tho Anglican
Church. Y(d I. $3.
Aunt Jane's Hom, by Author of Stopping
Hannah, a t twNovel, hy Miss Muloch. 50c.
..Jan ll _DUFFIE ft CHAPMAN.
^ A LOP ul linn Kentucky A
ffefcaa, MULES and HOUSES, lust ar-Afpffi
JES/"''''1" *' DALY'S HTAlUd^F"1
Oct 7 On Assembly street,
WM. H. ORCHARD,
Prefer*' ruf Munir an??euler in Piano Portea.
APPLY at lils residence, corner of Laurel
and Henderson streets, or at the book?
store of Dulliu iV Chapman.
Piano Fortes Organs and Molodeons
Ttined^and Jtnpaired. Jun 20 3mo
Early Garden Corn.
THE ttn?st ami large?t assortment of earlv
CORN in tho market,at reduced prices. I
havj jost received:
Early Sugar Corn,
12 abd ll rows,
Wlnte F?nf, large.
Long Tod Prolific Peas, twelvo peas In a
nod; Extra, Early Peas, Trophy Tomato,
McLean's Littlo Gem, improved Egg Plant.
For sale at E. H. HELSITSH'S
Feb 2 i ! Drug ami Chemical Store.
200 ?lozeD JuBt received.
NEW AND EXQUISITE SHADES
STREET AND EVENING.
Two Buttons, $1.50
Single " 1.00
R. C. SHIVER & CO.'S.
R. C. SHIVER & CO.'S
MR. J. H. DAYI3 WBB admitted a Partner
in our boase, February 21, 1872.
Marcb 2_It. O. SHIVER & CO.
Removal and Slight Change.
TUE undersigned informa her
frienda and patrona that sho baa
removed to tho ?veil known dry
goode bouao of tbo Meters. Einard,
whero abo ia prepared to exhibit a
selected stock of articles in tho
MILLINERY LINE, which sho is confident
will gratify her patrona. Her stock of spring
gooda is particularly pretty. Call at the
store of the Mesara. Einard.
Feb 18 MKS. A. MCCORMICK.
We offer from th;s date our entire!
Stock of CLOAKS and FURS, at cost
and carriage. Call at once and get a
PORTER & STEELE.
QAA ?AflA FEET Ol* LUMBER,
(3\7\%V/UIJ 60,000 feet of well sea
som d Flooring un bund.
Orders for Lath, and all kinda Lnmher Ailed
it short notice. Apply at our Luuiher Y*rd,
an Lady street and Greenville Railroad, or
address \V. LOWRY A CO.,
__0-t 2J Crno_ Jtox 130, Columbia. H. C.
0/"W BARRELS POTATOES, consisting
a\J\J o? Tink Eyes,
J oat received and for ea le lew. bv
Jan ll JOHN A(iM.\V\t HON._
NEW sugar-cured HAMS,
Breakfa.it SI ripe,
Smoked Beef, for salo low. E. HOPI2._
ri WIE aubacribers, having thia day formod a
X copartnership, to bu known and styled au
HOWIE A ALEEN, and having loaaod for a
term of year* the shops and machinery, and
bought the materials, on the uromisos fornier
ly occupied hy Jaine* M. Allon, are prepared
to enter into contract* tor building ortho
finishing of all ?uop-tuade materials, auch aa
BLINDS, Doors, Sash, Win low Frames, io.,
ic. Also, tim Dreeshii; of Lumber, Scroll
fia wing and Tm 'liing, and would respectfully
dolicit u a bare of itu- public pat rehago.
} fU WI F. ?t ALLEN.
Jons M. UOWIZ, 1'nwAim ALLEM.
COM?MIUA, Novvuibur l.'?. 1K71. DeelGilnin
$50,000 to Loan,
ON OOO!) COLLATERAL. Apply at
_J:u, 2:1 i.TI [ZENS' SAVINOS BANK. _
Fresh Jliscmta and Crackers.
AEa ROE assortment and choice varioty,
Jest in and for salo low. E. JIOI'K.
Gold and Silver
BOUGHT and sold, at
THE CITIZENS' SAVINOS BASK.
IF yon negluet a cough or a cold, however
slight, consumption, that gn ni destroyer,
will he stir? to follow. The inscription upon
tho tomb-stone will he in the following .(turt?
"?1KD FKOM A NEOLEOTKn Col'tUI."
Stanley's celehrated CuUtill SYllUP will
sure coughs, col,la, asthma, thron; aftV-cllitlld,
when no other preparation will. Try i. hot
tlc. Prepared only bv
Nov35 j E. H ilEINi rsiI. Krnvvi.t.
COTTON SEED REFINED OIL, hy the gab
lon or barrel. Also, in glanas, pi ti t? and
piarla. Forsalelow. E. HOPE.
THE undersigned have ro?
is oontly opened an entire NEW
f HT O UK of articlea in the above
line, which baa been carefully
aeloctcd. They invito a call
from tl e oitUona to inspect their
GOODS AND PRICES.
Their stock embraces CROCKERY, CHINA
PLATED-WARE, TABLE CUTLERY, Etc.
KINGSLAND cfc HEATH,
Under Columbia Hotel.
R. KINGSLAND. * J. A. HEATH.
WE DAVE RE-ORGANIZED
And secured thc services of a
FIRST GLASS CUTTER.
And as tho season is late, and our Block of
MB IF HUBIS
AT UKDOOKI) RATES,
And Ouarantoo Satisfaction.
Stock of Clothing,
Hats and Fur?
IB still largo, and deduction in price wiil bo
I made to reduce it. We aro atilt taking orders
I for Shirts, warranting a fit.
If you want nice goods, give us a call.
R. & W. C. SWAFPIELD.
M. H, BERRY'S
Main Street, near Plain.
NOW on hand and daily re?
ceiving from the manufac?
tories of New York, Boston,
Cincinnati and Louisville tho
_ largest assortment or FUR?
NITURE ever kept in this market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Room Quits; 200 bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation ; also, the
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chaira.
AU kinda or MATTRESSES made to ordor.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
shortest notice and in the best manner.
Torms cash and Goods cheap._Oct 30
Columbia Music Store.
LyBrand & Son
TAKE pleasuro in oalling the attention of
tho public to an examination of their
STOCK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con?
sisting of Piauos, Church and Parlor Organs,
Melodeons, Violins, Guitar?, Banjos, Flutes,
Accord?ons, Braes and Silver Band Instru?
ments ot all kinds. Also, Sheet Music and
Instruction Books for every class of Musical
Instruments on hand at all limes. Sheet
Music sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of
price; and ?ll kiuds of Musical Goods sent by
Express, wheu ordered, to any part of the
State, marked C. O. D. Good Second-hand
Pianos and Organs for sale cheap, for cash.
Pianos, Organs and Melodious tuned and re?
paired in a satisfactory manner; and will givo
especial stteution to Paoking, Removing and
Shipping PiauoB tor other partios to any poin
desired, at moderate prices.
All orders promptly attended to and satis?
faction guaranteed to tuoso favoring ns with
their patronage. Send for our catalogue of
Sheet Music aud Musical Merchandise. Tay?
lor street, Citizens' Savings Bank Building,
Columbia, S. C. Nov 7
American Club Fish.
>^P^St2sj A DELICIOUS relish; better
and much cheaper thau Sardines. For salo
by_ _K. HOPE.
The Doctors Recommend Seegers'Beer
TN preference t o ? lindon Porter and Scotch
Afc?. Whv? They know ii ts nnaduhcrate.i
New Books, by Express ,
For Sale al Jlryan ? McCarter'g.
SEVEN DECADES OF TUE UMON. by
Henry A. Wiso. ii.
Lifo anil Times of John Wesley, F..nuder
of tho Methodists. By L.Tyermau; Loudon.
History of ?ho Working and Burgher
Classes. By CasHagnac. fi 50.
Winifred Cumbormvde, a Story by George
Character. Ry Baronet R?mica, tl.CO.
Systematic Theology. Rv Chal lis Hodge,
Darwin's Naturalist'* Voyaco mound the
A number of ....u?r London Ni>v#ls. cheap.
Al>e> nt w -tandurd works, jost published,
New York Exchange
BOUGHT and sold, at
l'tl F. ?UT13KHH' KAV1MQ8 BAKE.
Revenue stumps! Revenue Stamps!
VLL DENOMINATIONS fer ?ale at the
usual (Recount, at tho SOUTH CARO?
LINA HANK AND TRUST CO. Hoc 7 .
Corn and Oats.
1AAA BUSHELS WHIT F CORN,
,WIJ\ J !U)0 bushel?? FEEDING OATS,
t..r -s!. low for C!i*h. 1". HOPE.
. " WHEELER ft WILSON'S
II I OUR ST I'll j j TJ^^
By Committee of Fractioal Machinists.
THE eimplicity, durability, cano of manage
meDt and great rang? of work of this
Machino has mail? it tho universal favorite,
and leading family Sewing Machine for more
than twenty years, and henoc it ix no experi?
ment to buy one.
For Balo on monthly instrumente, second
door below THCKNIX office, Columbia, 8. C., by
A. J. rUUSLFY,
Fob 27_Agent fur Pnraley Se Trnmp.
ONE ponchoon "FINEST CAMPEELTON,"
of my own direct importation, via New
York. 'HUH, by actual test, ia 19 per cent,
over proof, and la pronounced by all who
have teated or tasted it, aa tho uncut ever
brought to Columbia.
Full atock old WINES and BRANDIES,
Holland GIN, Jamaica RUM, 8cotcb. F.ng
liah and Gorman A LEK, London and Dublin
PORTER, CURACOA and MARASCHINO.
Moot and Chaudon CHAMPAGNES, of tho
famous vintage, 1868-Gneatof the century.
Reasonable prices and foll satisfaction gua?
ranteed. GEO. SYMMERS.
YOUR I TWEEST,
Get the Best !
?*K?f?7dR MY lino of WATCHES is
StjfllggajflSBfc*be public may depend on
getting tho best at the loweat posBiblo figures,
as my facilities are such that I defy competi?
tion from any market.
I bavo also in store and constantly arriving
all the nev, oat styles lof Ladles' Sets, in Dia?
mond, Coral, Cameo. Etruscan, Gold, Jet, Ac;
elegant designs in Chains, Bracelets, Charms.
Lockets, Ac; the latest and most beautiful
patterns in solid Silver and heavy Plated
Ware- Gooda suited for bridal, holiday and
Repairing in all branches, by the best work?
men and at reasonable rates.
Oct 13_Columbia Hotel Row.
Blood and Liver Fills.
TO cure SICK HEADACHE, Sick Stomach,
Dizziness or Vertigo, Bad Taste in the
Mouth, Bilioua Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, Nervousness, Constipation, Pain.i ia
the Breast and Back, Kidney Affections.
To cure all Disorders of the Liver,
To Regulate the Bowels.
To Purify the Blood.
To give new Ufe to, the whole System, th?
Blood and Liver. Cannot be surpassed. Try
only on? box; you will bo convinced. For
sale only at HEINITSH'S
Jan 6 Drug Store.
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE.
*-o WE claim to have ono of the finest
VjN stocks ot' WATCHES, of all beet Eng
JCJfilish, Swiss and American makers. With
Diamonds and other fine Jewelry, our stock
is large, and we are going to sell the Goods.
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in al
branches, hy thc beet of workmen.
Nov 19 ._ Formerly Glaze A- Itadcliffp.
Oysters in Every Style.
?fi^N MY Restaurant is in order for tho
JLJy winter teaaon. and OYSTERS and
x??Sr other Refrrshments will be furnish?
ed at short notice. "Howwill you have them
-fried, roasted or stewed?1 G. DIERCKS.
LARGE ANLTF??E STOCK OF ~
On Sale at
W. K. GREEXFIELD'S REPOSiTORY.
TnE Buxgy stock embraces everything,
from the plain, substantial Con co id ?ty In
to a li>;bt, elegant trotting bnggj. Four
naeseuter vehicles in larg?- variety, Including
Brownelltt, Rockaways, Phi?toii?, Victorias,
and a new a! j lt- of four-suat Buggy. Thin
stock is all frosh from the factories, is ?if the
latent design, am], not lu&at important, is
being sold ai ven low price*. Dec 20
CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
?-v I HAVE on hand a select _ _ _
stock of WATCH ES. JEWEL L?'*'?*
?f^?fcllY, CLOCKS; SILVER and PLATED
YVAitK, which 1 will dispose of at moat rea?
sonable prices. Aleo, SPECTACLES to buit
REPAIRING in niy line don?; piont;-t\; and
on good terms.
All articlcb abd work warranted bu m
rotircaenti'd. GEO Ul.C' S.
2d door below PmrNlx etiles, Main ?tieM.
-I r\? \ DOZEN AXES.
JLWVJ tt oak* Maggil K
20U htindleh Arrt.wTtes.
20 dozen Railroad Shovels.
200 nairs 'I race Chains.
Jual received ami lor sa'c at lowest icH/uvt
pri?es. _L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
The Dexter Stables.
qfji THE undersigned have re
^W**J-*L moved their Stable? to tho new
-? building, immediately South of
*^//>I ^irlfcJannoy's Hall, and, with a new
Yt^dr Yntoek of CARRIAGES, BUG
GT ES atm fine HORSES, aro prepared to an?
swer all call* that may bo made upon them.
Horses bought and sold ou commission.
Persons in wan', of good slotk, are invited to
give xii a cal!. Liberal advancer mado on
Mock left for salo. BOYCE A CO.
W. H. BOYCE.
C. H. PKTTIXOHX. Jan 24
Thorburn's Garden Seeds.
ALARGE assortment of frosh GARDEN
SHEDS, Onion Sots, Ac, for salo low.
Jan 13 ___ EDWARD nOPE.
Seegers' Beer is Fure.
IT don't contain Cococulus Indiens Fish
Berries to mal:o eloopy or headache.