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''Let our just Censur?e
Attend the True Event."
BY J. A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 14, 187?.
VOL. VIII-NO. 47
A STRANGE INFATUATION.-A gentle?
man moved to Shelby County, in thia
S tate, several years since, from one of
the Western States, and, locating near j
Shelby Springs, by bis urbane manner
and liberality soon won the respect and
esteem of the entire community. En?
gaging in the tanning business, he adopt?
ed one of the most novel and, as it j
afterwards proved, unfortunate means of
guarding his property. Besting under
the belief that he possessed a power to
oharm reptiles, ho allowed no opportuni?
ty to esoape by whioh he oould add to
tho already large number of the most
venomous snakes to be found in the
country. On entering his office the visi
. tor would be horrified with the familiari?
ty with which he regarded his snakey
companions. One could be seen ooiled
in a chair, another on the table just by
his paper and pen, another coiled ob the
leather in a oorner or other parts of tho
room, and everywhere could be seen the
most venomous and dangerous serpents.
He met with no accident until a short
timo sinoe, when he was working on the
public roads in his County. One of the
men, while digging in tho ground, un?
earthed a small "garter" snake, whioh
the men were called to kill at once; but
our snake-lover begged them not to mur?
der it, but give it to him. Ho took it up
in his hat and placed the hat on his head.
His snakeship remained quiet for a time,
but growing weary of its new position
worked its head down through his hair
and bit him on tho forehead. After en?
during great suffering, he died the next
morning from the effects of tho bite.
His widow, a beautiful and accomplished1
lady, at once had all the snakes killed,
thus destroying what had been the dread
of the whole neighborhood for a long
time. We suppress tho names of par?
ties who gave us the information, as well j
as the name of the party who labored
und?r the infatuation; but we assure our
readers that our informants ocoupy snoh
positions in society that the truthfulness
of the above aooount oan be vouched for
as being correct in every particular.
NOVEL PUNISHMENT.-The murder of
the Governor-General of India has led
the Delhi Gazelle to propose a new me?
thod of punishing crimes of that descrip?
tion perpetrated by natives upon Eu?
ropeans. The Gazette proposes that
such a criminal, when convicted, shall
be branded in tho forehead with the
letter M; that he shall lose both arms
above the elbow; that in this condition
he shall bo transported to England for
twenty-one years, sent round the cape1
confined in an iron cago, whipped once
a month, on the same day of the month,
and at the hour of the day on which he
committed the murder, exhibited with
the wild beasts of the Tower of London
dnriug his transportation; then, if he1
eur vi ves, put to death by decapitation,
his body given for dissection, and burn?
ed if the felon be a Mussulman, and
buried if a Hindoo.
Donn Piatt is ont in support of Gree?
ley; he says: "It will bea proud and
happy day to the people when this good
old man takes the oath of office, that he
will not violate nor abuse, and gives the
thoughtful and patriotic an opportunity
to lift the Republic once moro to the
level of the fathers."
A deaf mute is a candidate for ofJQco
in Jaokson County, Indiana. Ho is re?
ticent aa to his policy.
Bergh proposes to build n carbonic
acid gas slaughterhouse for the painless
destruction of animals.
- - ?--?- Hill.
STORE ROOM, corner of Richardson and
Laurel at reeta, now occupied by J. H.
Chambers. Cotton Merchant. Possession
given 1st Juue. Terms easy. Apply to
Mav 12_E. W. BEI BE LB A CO.
Brick! Brick!! Brick!!!
To Builders and Contractors.
THE Columbia Brick, Tile and Granito
Company will sell the best machine-made
BRICK iu tho State, at $8 per M, at the yard,
or (10.50 per M, delivered in any part or the
city. Apply to HARDY SOLOMON, President
Brick. Tile and Granito Company, or E. W.
SEIBELH A CO., Agents._May 12
Agricultural Implements, &c.
POWEBS, Portttblo Engines.
?Pan Mills, Grain Cradles,
Smut Machines, all of tho
?most improved patents and
Garden Plows and Cultivators.
200 Bixon Steel Sweep?, better and cheaper
than the Farmer can make them himself.
May ll_LORIOK A LOWRANCE.
TONS NO. 1 TIMOTHY HAY, for Bale
by E. HOPE.
To the Citizens of Columbia.
AT a meeting of Phonix Hook and Ladder
Company, held at thoir Hall, on MON?
DAY EVENING, April 29, 1872. it was re?
solved that a Committee bo appointed to so
lloit subscriptions frem the citizens of Colum?
bia, for thc purposu of purchasing a i
Apparatus, as tho ono at present owned by
the Company is almost entirely unfit for use.
In making this appeal, tho Company 1B well
awaro that the citizens have been called on
lately for subscriptions tc purchase tho
Steamers owned by the respective Companies
in the city; but as the amount required to
purchase a new Truck will bo email in com?
parison with the coBt of a Steamer, the Com?
pany rely on the well known generosity of tho
citizens of Columbia to aid in placing this
branch of tho Fire Department on a proper
The following members of the Company
composo the Committee, who will solicit sub?
Committee for East side of Main street
Messrs. Dunn, Jeans, Cantwell, Jackson. 1
Committee for Weat eldo of Main street
Messrs. Strauss,Davis, BrookbankB, Meehan.
Committeo at Large-Messrs. Littlo and
Epstin. JOHN L. LITTLE, Foreman.
D. GOODMAN. Secretary._May 10 f>
IAM prepared to furnish any amount of
HAY, delivered on the place, at $1.00 per
100, or $1.60 delivered in the city. The hay is
cut on the plantation known as Hampton's,
five miles below tho city, and is fresh and of
the finest quality. Parties can leave ordora
at E. Hopels, for J. M. MORGAN.
May 8 _Imo
North Carolina Hay.
7pf BALES good N. C. HAY, for sale low,
O by E. HOPE.
Or. Tait's Pill?-IB a purely vegetable
concentration for keeping tbo bowels in
natural motion and cleansing tbo system of
all impurities, and a positive euro for coneti
Eation. They restore tbe diseased Liver,
tomach and Kidneys, to a healthful action,
while at the same time they brace and in vig??
rate tho wholo ejBtem.
ROUE, GA., January ll, 1871.
Dr. W. If. TtUt-DEAR SIR: Having used
your Liver Pille, and finding none that have
dono my wifo or myself as much good, I
would like to know if they would do as well
North its here. I intend going North in
March, and if they will havo tho samo effect
as in this climate, I want totako them on with
mc. Hoping to hoar from you soon, I re.uain
your obedient servant,
HENRY A. HILLS.
Dr. Tad's Hair Dye does not Slain the Linen.
WHOSE HANDSOME HOUSE IS TUAT?-Such
was the inquiry of a traveler aa ho passed an
unusually well finished country residence, not
a thousand miles from hero. The stylo of tho
Bashes, the brightness of the glass, tho beau?
ty of the doors, tho classic patterns of the
mouldings, the neatness of the balustere, and
the stateliness of the pillara around tho piaz?
za, all struck tho traveler with astonishment
and admiration. And no wonder, for they
were all furnished by Mr. P. P. T?ALE, No.20
Hayne street. Charleston, 8. C._A 27
SCOURING, CLEANIG and BLEACHING
Establishment, Laurel street, corner ol
Sumter, Columbia, S. C. Laco Curtains
cleaned and scoured. May ll Imo*
MRS. A. MCCORMICK,
Ai the Store of J. H. Kl KA Ii D,
^dftk HAS on hand aud dally re
jjgeV?sR ceiving the latest and moal
fNn??SHfashionable styles in HATS
$6|92NM RIBBONS, LADIES' SUITS ant
/S3HWOTWr MILLINERY GOODS generally
Kml g/K and would call attention to tm
^O/Fifi following specialties:
?il? BERLIN WHITE CHIP HATS
QDl VIENNA WHITE CHIP HATS
The VIENNA WHITE CHIP BONNET is i
charming Head Dress, popular and graceful
LEGHORN HATS, of all qualities and ii
endless varieties, trimmed with tassel and a
unparalleled low priceB.
May ll_MRS. A. MCCORMICK.
any other man can enjoy somethin
nice; and as all who smoko are able
in favor of the Cigars now offered by tl
"Indian Girl," no ono should fail
to get a supply for Sunday; besides, great i
ducements will be offered to all every Sato
day evening. May ll
Choicest May Butter.
5TUBS "Gilt Edge" new GOSHEN BU
COTTON SEED REFINED OIL, by the g
lon or barrel. Also, in glaass, pinta a
quarts. Forsalelow._E. HOPE
I rv TIERCES Davis' Diamond HAMS, I
JLvf sato at reduced prices, by
April 21_GEO. SYMMERS
Canned Vegetables, &c.
PEAS, Lima Beans, Asparagus, Gre
Corn, Succotash, Tomatoes, Mushroor.
Truffles, Peaches, Pine Apples, Califor:
Apricots and Fears, (decidedly the fin
things ever put into cans,) frosh Salm
Mackerel, Lobsters, Oysters, Sardine? Ac
May i_GEO. SYMMERS
The Great Bargaii
for this week will be j
Spring Dress Good
from 12 l-2c. to $1 pt
O, F. JACKSON.
FISHER & SILLIMAN,
(Opposite Columbia Hotel,)
_ AND dealers in pure DRUGS,
QM CHEMICALS, Family Medicines. t
Xjg Froprietary Goode, Fancy and A
?& Toilet Articles, Sponges, FineC
Porfumory, Flavoring Extracts, Seeds, A
^PRESCRIPTIONS prcparod with accn
and fidelity, at ail hours of the day or nif
Owners of Dwellings
CAN have their property securely
tected from lobs or damago by iii
insuring in tho
JETNA INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Hartford, Connecticut.
INCORPORATED A. D. 1819.
Agency Established in Columbia, S. C., J
Risks also taken on Stores, Morchar
Cotton, Ac., Ac.
GEORGE HUGGINS. Agoni
Office opposite the Columbia Ho
March 16 _ }3
Cary Cough Cure,
Tar and Wild Cherry.
For sale at HEINITSH'S Drug Sb
Feas and Beans-Bargains.
BEANS, Poss and Corn, tho balance i
stock on hand, will be sold by the r
pint and half pint, at cost, lo closeout.
?. H. HE1NITS1
April IC j Drug?
J. H. KIN ARD.
MOST beautiful and elegant aneortmont
of DRESS and FANCY GOODS.
Each day opeue with fret-h eupplicB of the
richest and rarest etylee in Dres6Gooda, from
tho beat bonete in New York, Philadelphia
BesidcB a thorough stock iu HOSIERY, ]
GLOVES, NOTIONS, MATTINGS, and every?
thing cleo desirable at this season that is1
usually expected in a well-appointed dry |
Would call eapecial attention tc an assort?
ment of LAMA LACE POINTS and SACQUES
sent on coneignment at importers' coatpricce.
May 5_J. H. KISARD.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
WHEREAS, by an Aot of the General As?
sembly, approved March 9, 1872, enti?
tled "An Act to provide for the construction 1
of a new Court House, in and for the County
ot Richland," the County Commissioners of
Richland County are authorized and empow?
ered to sell and'eonvey the whole of that lot
in ' be city of Columbia, on tho corner of Ri?
chardson and Washington stroeta, whereon
was formerly aituated the Court Houao of
And whereas, by concurrent resolution
passed December 20,1821, certain members
of the Bar in the town of Columbia wero au?
thorized to erect a range of fire-proof brick
offices, in the Court House equare thereof,
under the following provision: "That no?
thing in this resolution shall preclude the 1
State at any time from taking possession of
tho land upon which the said buildings are '
proposed to bo erected, upon paying to tho
person or persons interested in, or owning
tho same, tho value of tho said offices, to bo
estimated by B?X fit and proper persons,
three of whom shall bo chosen by tho State,
and thc other three hy the persons interested 1
iu tho said ofiloes al tho Limo of tho said val?
uation; and in caso they differ, that they
have power to call in a seventh person; and
that tho said oatimato, when made, ho final;"
Now, therefore, ho it known that I, RO?
BERT K. SCOTT, Governor of tho State of |
South Carolina, do hereby appoint Hon. John
Alexander, Hon. W. B. Nash, and Wm. Me
Guinis, Esq., Commissioners to appraiao the I
value of uuid offices, and meet three other I
appraisers to ho chosen by tho owners of
said offices on tho 2uth day of May instant,
and there and then to determino upon tho
true value of tho samo under tho provisions
of the joint resolution.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand, and caused th? great Seal1
of the State to bo affixed, at Colum
[L.s ] bia. this 10th day of May, A. D.
1372, and in tho ninety-sixth year of j
tho independence of the United
Statea of America.
ROBERT K. SCOTT, Governor.
F. L. OVBDOZO, Secretary of State.
Initial and Monogram Press.
IS now prepared, with a Press and appcr
taiumcnts, to manufacture INITIAL PA
j PER and ENVELOPES to ordor, embossed
and in colors, of all sizes and quality.
Keeps constantly in store a full stock of
Faucy arid Staple STA I ON ERY, BLANK
BOOKS, Fancy Articles and all goods pertain?
ing to a first class Stationery House.
The Celebrated Stallion Buckshot.
OWNED by C. R. FRANKLIN,
will Btand at Owen Daley's Sta?
bles, nu Assembly street, from
tho 8th of May until tho 15th of I
BUCKSHOT is a bright sorrel, 15$ band?
high, and flvo years old.
PEDIGREE.-Buckshot Birod by Yount,
Butler; he hy old Gov. i titler, whose pedigree
is too well known to comment on; Dam by
Black Rose; Grand dam Steel Filly; ?he
sired by tho old imported Steel; Black Rout
sired by Abd ill ah, and he by the old hu port c<
MARES will bo taken chargo of at Daley'
Stables, and they will receive tho best atten?
tion, and chargea reasonable. Not responsi?
ble for accidenta.
TERMS.-?20.00 in advance. $1.00 for the
Groom. May 8 Imo
Money to Lend,
ON marketable collaterals, at
TU E CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
Motz's Celebrated North Carolina
IHAVE a lot of the above WHISKEY on
hand, and having mado arrangements to
I take all Whiskey manufactured by Motz, will
constantly keep it on band. Can onlv ho had
at W. J. Ii LACK'S,
March 27_6mo_Charlotte, N. C.
Tongues, Strips, Beef, &o.
6DOZ. SMOKED B. TONGUES,
SCO lbs. prime Smoked Beef,
1,000 lbs. Breakfast Stripe,
Fulton Market Corned Beef,
Pickled Pig Pork, for salo low by
April 21 E. HOPE.
NOVELTIES OPENING DAILY
DRY GOODS FOR TOE MILLION
W. D. LOVE & CO.'S,
WE liavo received, tho Ia.it few dave, a
full lino of NEW and CHOICE GOODS,
comprising latest etvles of JAPANESE
SILKS, GRENADINES, ORGANDI KS, plaid,
striped and plain; Whito Goods, lu new fa?
brics, suitable fer tho approaching weather.
A choice selection of Laco Sotts-Collars,
Handkerchiefs, Barbs, Lama Points, in Shawls
and Mantles-at very low prices. Our stock
is completo in all tho departments, and daily
One of tho firm is now iu New York, looking
after bargains for our customers, and ship?
ping us daily tho latest novelties. Wo have
another large invoico on thc way, which wo
will open iu a fow days, and would respect?
fully invito au inspection. We aro conlidont
of Buiting every ono, both in styles, qualities
Samples sent on application.
WM. D. LOVE & CO.
W. D. LOVE. B. B. McCREERY.
SPRUE CUTE lit.
KINARI) & WILEY'S,
(SCCCEB80B8 TO CHILDB i WILEY.)
CHEVIOT DERBY SUITS.
Blue and Black Morning Coats,
Cassimere Light Mixed Suits.
Black and Blue Granites.
Youth's, Boy'B and Children's Suits.
New style and handsomely made Star ShirtB.
Silk Scarfs, Ties, Bows, of the latest style,
Linen and Paper Collars and Cuffs.
il ATS I HATS ! I HATS It!
Splendid line. The best and cheapest in
tho market. DRESS HATS, silk and beaver,
M. L. KINARI). J. 8. WILEY.
April 19 ly
New Books Just Received ,
AT HUYAN* S BOOKSTORE!
THREE CENTURIES OF ENGLISH LI?
TERATURE; by Yonge-price *2.
Recollections of Past Life; by Sir Henry
Holland, M. D.-$2. ,
Leaders of Public Opinion in England; by
Leckey-$1.75. Christ in Modern Life; by ,
Brooks, (London)-#2. Around tho World; I
by Rev. Dr. Primo, with Plates-13. Tho
Wars of thc Huguenots; by Pr. Hanna-$1.60.
South Sea Bubbles; by tho Earl and tho Doc-1 '
tor. Within and Without; by McDonald
$1.50. At Home and Abroad; by Hon. John I
P. Kennedy-(2. Una and Her Paupers, with I
an introduction hy Florenco Nighteugalo.
True as Steel; by Marion Harland. Good-Byc,
Sweetheart; by author of Comoth Up a? a
Flower-75 cents. Mabel Lee; by author Va?
lerio Aylmer-il. And other new standard
Works and Novels.
Al.ro, a new supply of STEREOSCOPIC
VIEWS, colored and plain. April 21
M. H. BERRY'S
Main Street, near Plain,
^^jT^v^^ NOW on hand and daily re
fjj Z J5 f'?Jceiving from tho manufac-l
jr jj j j wiltlrCj trriri r f New York, Boston,
TfgrTgT^aB7 Cincinnati and Louisville,the
JT J? largest assortment ot FUR-1
NITURE ever kept in this market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
Ing-Room Suits; 200 Bedsteads of different
pattern?, in Walnut and Imitation; alto, tho
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinds of MATTRESSES made toordor.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING dono at
shortest notice and in the best manner.
Terms cash and Goods cheap. Oct 86 I
The Dexter Stables.
q?<jt THE undersigned have re-1
M^icX moved their Stables to tho new
?rvyi^-? building, immediaiv-'y Knuth of
^v7/i^T??y^JttUUcy'0 Hall, and, with a now
"SST^t^ Tstock of CARRIAGES. BUG?
GIES aim fine HORSES, aro prepared lo an?
swer all calls that muy bo made upon thom. I
Horses bought and sold on commission.
Persons iu want of good stock, aro invited to
give us a call. Liberal advances roado ou I
itock left foi sale. BOYCE k CO.
W. H. BOYCE.
C. H. Pr.TTiNori.L. Jan 24
FRESH to hand: Exton Butter, Arrow
Root, Cream Biscuit. Lunch. Wine,
Mushroom, ?c. OEO. SYMMERS.
TONGUES. Beef, Salmon, Breakfast Bacon,
Davis llama, Boulogna Saussago and
Mountain Venison Hams.
March 22_GEO. SYMMERS
_^ 2.000 Ibo. HAMS,
??BHHa 2.00t) bushels CORN,
20,000 lbe. BACON, at prices that
fgnSBaSoffer every inducement of other mar?
keta;_L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
AND HOUSE FURNISHING STORK.
?r\^Ar\==~. THEundereigned bavo re
vTMffeg^-- centlv oponed an ontiro now
!rrlW^M^ stock ot now goods in tho
\ 1. aaajBr? above lino. Articlos of all
j \ BVWBl'V kinds for house keeping, Ac.
Citizens aro invit ed to call and examine goods
and prices. KINGSLAND A HEATH,
Under Columbia Hotel.
R. KINOSLANO. J. A. HEATU.
Revenue Stamps! Revenue Stamps! '
A LL DENOMINATIONS for salo at tho
A. usual discount, at tho SOUTH CARO?
LINA BANK AND TRUST CO. Dec 7
ELEGANT DANGING SHOES
For Children, Misses
and Young Ladies.
Also, for "Souths, Boys
and Young Gentlemen.
Together with a com?
plete assortment of
Walking Shoes, of
every description. All
Df which we warrant.
El. C. SHIVER & CO.
R. C. SniYEB. DAVID JOSES. J. H. DAVIS.
TO THE PUBLIC!
9 5 0,0 00 WORTH
SPRING AND SLIMER CLOTHING
Op EN for inspection, consisting of the
latest and most approved styles of Men's
ind Boys' Wear, HATS, GAPS and Gents'
FURNISHING GOODS of every description.
Wo offer tho above at the lernest prices for
:asb, in order to establish our honse as the
cheapest clothing house in Columbia.
8. STRAUS & BRO.,
April 12_Under Colombia Hotel.
Notice to Capitalists-Sale of City of
Columbia Seven Fer Gent. Bonds.
OFFICE CITY TREASURER.
COLUMBIA, S. C.. April 3,1872.
PURSUANT to authority delegated by fol?
lowing resolution, adopted by City Coun?
cil March 2G, 1872,1 will soil at public auction,
on WEDNESDAY, Mav 15. 1872, TWO HUN?
DRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND ($250,000)
DOLLARS city of Columbia seven per cent,
twenty year bonds:
"Resolved, That the City Treasurer be in?
structed to advertise tor salo before the Court
House, in tho city of Coln Ma, on the 15th
day of May next, the bond* tho city of Co?
lumbia authorized to bo ; jed by the said
city, under tho Act of the L .?eral Aaaembly
j nat adjourned; that tho auvertieemont bo
published in ono newspaper in the city of Co?
lumbia, one in the city ot Charleston, aad two
newapapors in tho city of New York, at leant
thirty days before the day of sale; that the
liomin to bo sold he signed as prescribed by
tho said Act, on tho day of sale, or as soon
thereafter as practicable, and delivered to tho
purchaser as soon as tho purchase money has
becu paid and the bonds registered; and that
tho proceeds of salo bo appliod strictly in
conformity with tho said Act, and in no other
Haid honda will bo of the denominations of
1250, fSOO and $1,000. Tho proceeds of the
salo to bo used fur tho erection of new City
Hall, new Market and other public improve?
Tho right is reserved to dispose of a part of
tho said bonds in lots er in whole, aa the
Mayor and Tieasurer muy determino.
Anv further information dei ired can bo ob?
tained by addressing WM. J. ETTEK,
City Treasurer, Columbia, S. C.
AST* Charleston Courier, New York Journal
of Commerce, New York Financial Chrouic?\
copy und send bill to City Treasurer, Oolum\
Columbia Music Store.
LyBrand & Son
TAKE pleasure in calling the attention oi
the public to an examination of their
STOCK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con?
sisting of Pianos, Church and Parlor OrgauB,
Molodeons, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Fintea,
Accord?ons, Brass and Silver Band Inetru
monts ot all kinds. Also, Sheet Music and
Instruction Books for every class of Musical
Instr niue nt? on hand at all times. Sheet
Musio sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of
?ricc; and all kinds of Musical Goods sout by
xproas, when ordered, to any part of the
State, marked C. O. D. Good Second-hand
PianoB and Organs for sale cheap, for oash.
Pianos, Organs and Molodeons toned and re?
paired in a satisfactory manner; and will ?ive
especial attention to Packing, Removing and
Shipping Pianos for otherparties to any poin
desired, at moderato prices.
All orders promptly attended to and satis?
faction guaranteed to those favoring us with
their patronage. Send for our catalogue ot
Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Tay?
lor street, Citizens' Savings Bank Building,
THE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Blah
opa and other Clergy of tho Anglican
Church. Vol. I. $5.
Aunt Jane's Hero, by Author of Stepping
Hannah, a new Novel, hv Mies Moloch. 50o.
Jan 14 DUFFIE A CHAPMAN.
BURNETT'S-beat in market. Full aeeort
ment. GEO. SYMMERS.
1XG AND SIMMER TRAD
WE wooli1, respectfully invite the att-eu
tion of tho Traue to our fresh assort
Anticipating a liberal trade, we are now
prepared to exhibit in great variety a well
8eleotod stock, embracing every style and
quality of Men's and Boys' WEAR. DRESS
QOODB, PARASOLS, PANIERB, SKIRTS,
SHEETINGS, SHIRTINGS, LINEN8, WHITE
GOODS, and an endless lino of NOTIONS.
As it would bo almost impossible te enume?
rate our largo stock, will say, as tho season
advances, a number of new styles will be
added,eo that purohaecrs can always rely
upon being supplied with tho latest novelties
in tho market. All orders receive our prompt
and personal attention. Our prices will he
found as low as any can or will offer for cash.
Soliciting tho favor of a call and examination
of our stock, wo aro, very respectfully,
April 25_PORTER & STEELE.
i i i
R. & W. C. S WA FF! ELD'S,
THE largest Stock we have ever offered te
You are smre to loee money if you buy
Or anything a Gentleman wears, without firat
giving ?B a call.
FRENCH CASHMERES AND CLOTS
For our Custom Trade.
DEALERS SUPPLIED at the LOWEST
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE.
WE claim to havo one of thei?neal
stocks of WATCHES, of all beat Eng
_[dish, Swiss and American makora. With
Diamonds and other fine Jowolry, our stock
is large, and we are going to soil tho Goods.
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in al
branches, by tho best of workmen.
Nov 19_ Formerly Glaze A ItadolifTo.
Get the Best !
t?ptxppffi MY line of WATCHES ie
ir^?ryf?fff[m now full and completo, and
JS.iJfiUafffllh lb public may depend ou
getting the best at the lowest possible figures,
aa my facilities are auch that I defy competi?
tion from any market.
I have also iu store and constantly arriving
all tho neweat styles of Ladies' Sets, in Dia?
mond, Coral, Cameo, Etruscan, Gold, Jet, Ac;
olegant designs in Chains, Bracelets, Charms.
Lockets, Ac; the latest and most beautiful
pattorns in solid Silver and heavy Plated
Waro- Goods suited for bridal, holiday and
Repairing in all branches, by tho beat work?
men and at reasonable rates.
Oct 13_Columbia Hotel Row.
LARGE AND FINE STOCK OF '
On Bale at
W, K. GREENFIELD'S REPOSITORY,
THE Buggy stock embraces everything,
from the plain, substantial Concord style
to a light, elegant trotting buggy. Four?
Eassongor vehicles in large variety, including
rownella, Rockaways, Pbaolona, Victorias,
and a new style of fonr-aeat Baggy. This
stock is all fresh from the factories, is of thc
latest design, ?nd, not least important.lbj
being cold at very low prices._Dee 80
?. A LOT of fine Kentucky ?
ifc MULES and HORSES, juat ar-fy?tT
fW| rived. Call at ?SjX
ftUb DALY'S STABLES,
Pot 7 _On Assembly street.
New York Exchange
BOUGHT and sold, at
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
The Doctors Recommend Seegers'Beer
TN preference to London Porterand Scotch*
Ale. Why?They knowfeiB unadulterated