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BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1 1871. VOL. VII-NO. 102,
TUB DKSBJTT or A JAPANKSB POPUWL
TIOH-We were nearly ?n boar in tra?
versing the sobarba of this vast city, be?
fore we seemed to gain the great tho?
roughfare, filled to overflowing with an
immense bot very orderly crowd. There
was a poshing and squeezing, and from
time to time a desperate attempt waa
made by the police on some luckless
wights in the front. Blows on the bare
head were dealt furiously on all; but the
weapon was a fan, and although in their
hands a very effective one, it could
hardly do much mischief. We oame at
last to the main river, spanned by a
bridge 300 yards long, well and solidly
built, below which there is an island,
covered with houses, in the midst of the
stream something like the island of Bt.
Louie in the Seine. Not a trace of hos?
tile feeling was to be seen anywhere,
though the cariosity was great to see the
foreign ministers. Here, indeed, as
might be noticed at a glance, was a vast
population, with whom trade was the
ohief occupation ; and at every step evi?
dences of the greatest activity wei o visi?
ble. Piled np near the bridge I noticed
glazed tiles for drains, and earthen jars
for coffins-the Japanese being buried
as he lives, with his heels tucked np
nnderhim-an arrangement which has
at least the advantage of saving space Sn
the cemeteries, still farther economized
by barning the bodies of the poorer
classes, and merely burying their ashes
in a jar of small dimensions. The Ja?
panese have some strange superstitions
abont either sleeping or being bnried
with their head to the North. In every
sleeping-room at the resting-places we
found the points of the compass marked
on the ceiling, and my Japanese servant
woald on no account let my bed be made
np in any but the right direction.
[Bayard Taylor, in "Travels in Japan."
IF I WE.UK NOT ALKXANDEH, I WOULD
BB AXiBXis.-Gol. Alexander, tho well
known commander of Castle Thnnder,
and who is now the business manager of
the Memphis Appeal, muBt bu a happy
man-supremely eo. At the Alexis
grand boll, or the grand Alexis ball-and
we don't know whioh-he had the felici?
ty of forming one of a Bet in a dance
with the young Russian. It was the
second dance, and we copy from the
"The second set, also the lancers,
was better arranged and bettor executed.
It consisted of the Grand Duke and
Miss Rettie Vance, Mr. F. A. Tyler, Jr.,
and M?BS Ennie Gonn, Gol. Alexander
and Mrs. R H. Pinson, and Lient. Tu
deer and Miss Mary Allen."
In another set was the great Fanny
Gustar of Federal cavalry notoriety.
Only think of it-the commander of
Castle Thunder, the most dashing of
Federal raiders, and the Prince of the
Rusai M all dancing to the same music 1
Cbaasezing, balancezing, swinging cor?
ners, turning partners, dos-a-dos-ing,
and light-fantaatio-tue-icg responsive to
the same fiddle and bow I
I Richmond Enquirer. *
Poon DICK YATES -Dick Yates, once
Governor of Illinois and Senator in '
Congress, is fast going to the bad. The
other day he visited a banking houso in
Springfield, Illinois, and demanded fifty
dollars. It was refoBed him, wherenpon
he visited ? saloon and asked for a drink
of whiskey. The bar-tender told him
he had none, whereupon he grew violent
? and be was put out by force. Forsaken,
friendless and an outcast, he is now a
perfect wreck, and even his friends have
come to the conclusion that tho only
?orvioo ho can render is to die.
The majority of the Congressional Kn
Klux Committee having obtained the
authority of Congress to print their re?
port, the minority ar? now vigorously at
work getting ready their exhibit. The
Democrats who speak without partisan
bias on the subject regard the investiga?
tion as a drawn battle, the outrages of
the Kn Klux being offset by the misman?
agement and corruption of the "carpet?
bag governments of the Southern"
A gentleman who arrived here yester?
day afternoon on the Wilmington, Char?
lotte and Rutherford Railroad, informs
us that Henry Berry Lowrey and II?B
gang were at MOBS Neck yesterday as the
train past there. One of them woe stand?
ing on the platform of a liquor shop at
that place, while the others were in the
store. No attempt was made against
them.- Wilmington Journal.
The population of the little Kingdom
of Greece, according to the Inst census
for 1870. amounted to 4.457,891 inhabi?
tants, of which 754.176 were males, aud
708,716 females. Comparing the pres?
ent returns with those of 1860, an in?
crease in shown of 132,515 souls. Athens
has a population of 44,510.
The editor of a "Commune" newspaper,
published in London, thus ends au
artiole: "Bewure, citizens of Paris, of
the year 1872! this will bo the year of
the great revenge! Wo need 30,000
beads, and we ahull have them!"
ONE puncheon "FINEST 0AliPBELTON,"
of my owu direct importation, via New
Turk. Tins, by actual test, is l'J por cent,
over proof, and is pronounced by all who
have teated or tasted it, an tho rinest ?var
bronght to Columbia.
Full stook old WINES and BRANDIES,
Holland OIN, Jamaica HUM. Hootch Eng?
lish and German ALEH, London and Dublio
PORTER, GUUAOOA and MAIlAHOHINO.
Moot and Chaudon CHAMPAGNES, of the
lamons vintage, 18GH -finest of thu century.
Reasouablo price* and full satisfaction e.u?
rant.md. GEO. BYMUE UH.
Fob 8 _
$50.000 to Loan,
ON GOOD COLLATERAL. Apply at
Jan 23 CITIZENS' RAVfNOs?lANK.
New Y rk Exchange
BOUGHT and sold, at
THE CITIZENS' HAVINOR BANK.
Foreign Drafts, 1
FOR salo at Now York rates, at
THE CI HZ ENS' SAVINGS BANK.
ON MARRIAGE.-HAPPY RELIEF FOR
YOUNO MEN from the effectu or Error? and
Aboses in early lifo. Manhood restored.
Norvone debility oared. Impedimenta to
Marriage removed. New method of treat?
ment. New and remarkable remedies. Dooks
and Oiroulars sent free, in sealed envelopes.
Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No. 2
rtonth Nintb Stroet, Philadelphia, Pa.
Deo 21 _3tno_
Alb THE YEAR ROUND, and iu all
parts of the world, the elements of disease
are present in the air, the soil and the water,
in a greater or less dogree, and therefore tho
OBEAT VEGETABLE ANTIDOTE to these
inviaible enemios of health, Hostetter's Sto?
mach Bittere, is invaluable as a household
medioine at all seasons and in every latitude.
At no period of the year is a regulating and
corrective medicine more needed than toward
the close of winter, when the BUL and rain
are beginning to break up the winter block?
ade, and from the softening soil arises thai
terrible miasma, which weighs libo au incu?
bas upon the vital machinery, and doprcesei
the animal spirits. It ie then that the seedi
of intermittent and remittent fevers, of rhou
matiam and rheumatio'gout, of obstinate ito
mach complaints, of disorders of tho liri')
and bowols, and a whole host ot pulmonar;
and nervous complaints are sown.
The beat, the unrest way to proveut thii
disastrous seeding ia to invigorate and re
fresh the system with a course of the Bitten
If this pr?caution be taken novo, tbero wdl u<
no danger of the miasmatio gurma takin
root in the fluida and tiaauea of tue body, an
bringing forth terrible fruit in thu sprint
Now ia the time for prevention Item mbi
that vigor is the only safeguard agaiuat th
virua of dinoa"" and that Hoatottor'a bb toi
ia the purest, In safest, the moat po werft
and perfect inn;.Taut ever admiuiaterei
either as protect?.e medicine or a rented;
A change of season approaches wbieb almoi
always provea moro or leas diaaatroua tu pe
sons of a weak, nervous organisation. Brm
lip at onoe with the leaditig Touiu ot the ag
Purga from the blood all morbid matt?
strengthen the nerves, and reun?ate and p
rify the secretions with the \ ogetable Elixi
which combin?e the juices of tho linct-t m
dioinal roots, herbs aud barks, with tho mu
wholesome of all diffusive stimulants.
Yon ?re Troubled HUH a Bud Brea!
It annoys your friends as well as youise
Yod would like to get rid of it, but ?care?
know what moana to adopt. Wu will tell ye
Uae tba fragrant Bozodont: it will cleanse a
beautify your teeth and leave your broa
Barnett's Standard Flavoring K
tract*-Lomon, Vanilla, Ao. Ubargs vc
servants and dealora, and observe that th
do not aubatitute in their ?ti ad any of I
pernicious uupalatablo oxtracta with whi
the market is flooded, But net t's ?tan th
Flavoi lng Extracts are established aa t
wt ruin eat. purest and tho bot-t made.
Tit? ?'er ri flo Duel botween Prusaia a
France is ovor, but thouaands of battles I
tween Dr. Walker'? Viuegar Bitters and D
peppin and Liver Complaint aro now gui
un in every Stato of the Uuion. Tho issu?
auch contests is never lor one moment
doubt. The conflict may last longer in sn
casus tbau in others, but thu leading Vogt
bio tonio and alterativo of tho mnetoei
century invariably triumphs
To Owner? of Horses and Cattle -'
bias' Derby Condition Powders are warrau
superior to any others, or no pay, for
euro of Distemper, Worms, Bota", Cong
Hide-hound, Colda, Ac, in Horace; and Cu
Coucha, luaa of milk. Black Tongue, Li
Diaiemper, Ac , in Catilo. Price, twenty
cents. Depot, 10 Park Placo, New York.
Carbolic Halve, recommended by
leading Physician* and tho President of
New York Beard of Health, aa tho most ?
derlul boaling compound ever known. G
instant relief to burns; eurea all kieth
sores, cuts and wounds; aud a most iuva
bio salve for all purpoaea. bold every uh
at twenty-five couta. John F. Henry,
proprietor, 8 Collcgo Place. New York.
bvaunla is Opium r untied of ita sii-koi
and pnironouu propertii a, discovered hy
Bigelow, Professor of Botany, Detroit M
Cal College A moat perfect anodyne
noodling opiate, John Farr, Chemist,
Clirlfltadoro's Hair Dye is tho safest
beat. Il corrects tho had effects of in ft
dyes, whilo tho black or brown tims it
ducoa aro identical to uatuie. Factor]
Maiilen Lane, New York.
Pratt's Astral OH-Halest and host
iniuatiug Oil over made. Does not uk.
or explode, if tho lamp ia iipaet or bro
Uvor lot).OOO families continue lo use it.
no accidents of any description have occu
from it. Oil HUIIHO of Charlo* Pratt, <
blished 1770, New York.
Th? Purett and Swcelnt Cod Lilvei
iu tho world is H nz ml A Caswell'*, mad
tiie uea-ahore, from fresh selected liver
Hazard, Caswoll A Co., Now York. >t la i
lutoly puru and sweet. Patient-, who
onen taken it prefer it to all others. P
oians have decided it superior to any o
other O?IH in tho market,
Jouvln't Inodorous Rid Cleve Cir
restores ?oiled gloves equal to new. Foi
by druggists and fancy goods dealora
25c. per bottle. F. C Wella A Co., Now '
Risley'* l'ltlloloken is au eutablii
warranted remedy for Painful Menai tun
and equally efth-.i?ut aa a Nervous Autidi
all caaoa of nervous excitement, elomacl
s eor.lessncss in male or t?malo. Hold *?
where for ll OJ a hettie. Morcan Alt
Druggists. Now York. Ueneral Agents.
A Youtnful Appearance and a Bear
Clear Complexion ia the desiri of every
This effect is produced by using G. W. ?,
"i>loom of Youth," a bartuleas beautiil
thu skin. Will remove all discoloration
ficckles and sunburns. The n.-e of th
lightful toilet preparation cannot be deb
For Balo hy all druggists and fane*
dealers. Depot, 5 fluid street, New Yor
mrs- Win.low'? Moot lt lng Syrup.
Haves tho little suff< rer from pain, cure
colic, regulates the stomach and bowell
rt nts acidity, anti during the process ur
ing it is invaluable. Perft elly sate in all
as millions of mothers can tut tl f y.
F. b 2 H
I f\f\ BOXEM assorted CIIACKK1I!
I" 7\ / I0Qboxes assorted Canned(
GU boxes Soap.
5(1 boxes Candy.
5(1 box* s Caudles.
200 b?rrela Flour.
50 barrels Whiskey, coming in and in
and to which we invite tho attention
trade. L?RICK A LOWRA?
COLUMBIA, 8. <?.,
JL IS now opening a floe .ra*.
JjKQaoloction of Ladies' andnEw
TSiGout's Englitdi.Hwisa aod WT3i
J?Amolican W AT Oil E H ttlflll
daB???olo Agent for the cele-?lm?^tmm
bruted fanhne Watch Company, Philadel
tbia. Gold Chaina, Yost, Opera, Chatelaines,
contine Necklaces, Diamond Hinge and
Brooches, Pearl-foll and half sots.
I make thia Uno a specialty. All Bilvor sold
by me gnarantuud equal to coin. Bomo hand
somo gooda iu thia lino, suitable fur Bridal
Tea Bots, Cups, Goblets, Castors, (Spoon
and Forks, loo Pitchers, Egg btauds, Coffre
Cutlery, Pookot aud Table Knives.
Household and Fancy Goods.
Guns-English Double Barrol, Brooch
Loading Rifloe, Parlor ltiflea, Air Guns, and
a fnll ?tock of Sporting Goods; Dupont A
Hazard Powder; Pistols of various styles.
JET AND HORN G00D8.
One door North Scott A Co.'a Hanking Houso.
-j THE largeut and most varied
^iiaaVflM ii a'ock of Southern acclimated
PWjS? "MUI TREES, adapted to our
jflBBMh 'Qi! a,u' climate, consisting of
^**^^^**Vvppbs. Peaches, Pearn, Plums,
AiuiuiitiH, Aplic?te and Nectarinos, from th?
earliest to the latest; Cherries, Quinces, Figs,
HBKIO Nutt?, Buglibh Waluuts and Spanish
Chestnut!*, several tine variotics; Grape Vinea,
embracing cl?nico table kinda; Btrawberrioa
and Raspberries, Evergreens, iii great variety,
for ornament and for cemeteries; Bores--all
the boat: Dahlias, Gladiolas, Lilien, &o ; Or?
namental Flowering Shrubs, Asparagus and
Horno Radish Root?, O&ugo Orange and Ma?
cartney Roso, for hedges. Choice Fruit Trees
of all inda, whioh will bear the first season if
transplanted early, will be furnished at mode?
rato prices. A now priced cataloguo sent to
all ?ho spply
Persona wf?hiDg, will please apply direct to
the proprietor. WM. HUMMER,
Doo 13 ti'no_Pomaria. H. C.
Regular Line Liverpool and Charles?
?TRE undersigned have now
rAt FOUR BARKS, of light draft, in
X43t^V. addition to the VINCO, alroadv
3%?jp~wt ll knowu in tho trade, which
they propoBO to run regularly bo
tween ibo above ports, leaving Liverpool
every mouth, or oftener, if sufficient freight
offers; and it is earnestly requested that im?
porters will ord tr their gooda shipped direct
hy this lino, thereby saving extra might aud
ni hei- ( l?eno s, now paid on gooda via Now
York, and also increase tho commerce ard
nrospcrity of our port. All orders sent to tho
principals, in Liverpool, will bo carefully at?
ti ndt-d to and executod on tho most favorable
terms. For full particulars, apply to Mesara.
JOHN R DRWOLFACO.. Liverpool. England;
HBNHY CARD, Aocommoda'fon Wharf,
Charleston. K C Jan 2(5 pJmo
Blt od and Liver Pills.
TO cure BICK HhADACHK, Sick Stomach,
Dizziness or Vertiuo. Bad Insto in the
Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, Nervousness, Constipating Puiu.i iu
the Breast and Hack, Kiduo> Affections.
To cure all Disordere of tho Liver.
Tn Regulato tho Bowel?.
To Purify Ibo Blood.
To give now life to the whole System, th?>
U'ood and Liver. Cannot ho surpassed. 1 ry
univ on? box; you will bo nonvinood. For
salo only at HhlNITHH'S
Jan G Drug Store.
4TUBS Virginia Valloy BUTTER,
ti tuba Mountain Bolter.
J tubs ans Goshen butter.
All nice and fresh and for sale. i.ow.
Oct. 1 L?RICK * LOWRANCE
^ A IX)T of flue Kentuckv A
fibs- MULES ?nd HORSES, Just ar-fTlS?C
W| rived. Cull at fXI\
+?miI* DALY'S STABLES,
Oct 7 On Annrmlih strirt
WM. H. ORCHARD,
Professor of Muni? attddealer in Piano Fortis.
APPLY at lils reaidence, corner of Laurel
and lien Jorunu streeta, oral tho b.iok
storo of Duffie A Chapman.
Piano Fortes Organs and Melodious
Tnprd and Hepaired. Jun 23 anio
Motz's Celebrated North Carolina
IHAVE a lot of thu above WHISK F.Y on
band, and linville, mu,ie un ange mull?* tu
lake nil Whiskey manufactured by Mote, will
constantly k< ep ic on band Can onh be bad
at w. J. JU,ACE'S,
Feb 4 Imo? Ch irlotln. N C
Private Boarding House,
A/i!AL^\. "Y M,!S- GAMDRI. TOWN
?nWnBtA SKNJ>- S(-',,a,t, streit, Siillth
Rq *^JkWfijSL ('iht the Capitol, one square
?S?b??2>?i82? fi otu Mum ?troel, t'olniiihia,
S. O. Dec 2 3 ni
The Boyal Family.
PRINCESS ROYAL, boin November 21,
Prilled of Wales, born November 9, 1811.
Princess Alice, burn Ai iii 15 181:1.
Prince Alfred, boru Ailauai ti IH-I-t.
Princess HOICIIH, born M?\ 20 lt*46
Princess Louisa. born Marc ls. IMH.
Prince Art hm burn Maj 1 IRAN
Prince beep dd, horn April 7 I8.":l.
Princess Beatrice, born April 14. 1H57.
Tho Crowning Glory of an I? tho' QUEEN'S
Tho Stood of Hie Nation made pure Itv
using HEINITSIPH "QUEEN'S DELI OUT*"
ai?d ?f,Q'?n ?nd LIV Wu P1I.LH Nov 29 t
BARRELS of LIME, for sale low by
JOHN AGNEW A SON
i ltur and UnrmlcH aa Water.
NATT ANS' CRYSTAL DISCOVERY
FOR THE HAIR.
APERFECTLY clear preparation in one
bottle, as easily applied as water, for re?
storing to Gray Hair Ita natural color auil
youth fol appearance; to eradicate and pre?
vent dandruff; to promote the growth of the
Hair and Btop its falling out. IT IS ENTIRELY
HARMLESS and perfectly free from any poison
oua subatance, and will tbercforo take tho
place of alt the dirty and uupleaaant prepara?
tions now in uno. Numerous testimonials
have boen sent us from many of our most
prominent citizens. In everything in which
the artioloa now in use are objectionable,
Crystal Discovery is perfect. It ia warranted
to contain neither Sugar of Lead. Sulphur or
Nitrate of Silver. It does not soil the clothe*
or Bcalp, ia agreeably perfumed and makes
one of the boat dressings for tho Hair in nae.
It restores the color of tba Hair "more per?
fect aud uniformly than any other prepara?
tion," and always doo? BO in from threo to ton
days, virtually feeding tho roots of the Hair
with all the nourishing qualities necessary to
its growth and healthy condition; it restores
the docayod and induce? a new growth of the
Hair more positively than anything olae. Tho |
application of thia wonderful discovery alco
produces a pleasant and cooling effect on the
scalp, and gives tho Hair a pleasing and ele?
gant appeal ance.
We call especial attention to tho fact that a
limited number of email trial bottles can be
had by thone wishing to try it. You will no?
tice that in pursuing thia course, our aim is
to convince by tho actual merita of th? article.
AUTHUR ?ATTANS, Inventor and Propri?
etor, Washington. D. C. For sale in Colum?
bia by Dr. C. H. MI OT, and Druggists gene
Hilly._Nov 24 Hy
THE undersigned havo re?
cently opened au entire NEW
STOCK of artioles in the above
line, which bat beeu carefully
selected. They invito a call
from thu citizens to inspect their
GOODS AND PRICES.
Their atock embraces CR CHERY. CHINA,
PLATED-WARE. TABLE CUTLERY. Etc
KINGSLAND ?fc UK VI il.
Under Columbia Hotel.
H. KINGSLAND. J. A. HEATH.
Jan 21 limo
THE undersigned has juBt opened a lot of I
IMPORTED CORDIALS, of various kinda,1
embracing Perfect Love, Vanilla, Rose,
Anisette, eta. Also, Imported Maraschino.
Curacoa and Absinthe. T. M. POLLOCK.
MOSES GOLDSMITH & RON,
Oolonadc Roto, Vendue Range, Charleston, N. C,
Scotch, Fig and American Bar Iron,
KEEP constantly on baud a full supply of
lu atoro, 100 tous EGLINTON PIO.
Nov 28 ly
QAA f\f\(\ FEET OF LUMBER,
O.U" NIIUU CO.UOO feet of well aoa- |
soned Flooring on band
Orders for Lath, and all kinds Lumber Ulled I
at short not co. Apel y at our Lumber Yard,
on Lady street and Oreeuvillo Railroad, or
address W. LOWRY A CO.,
O..I 28 Gmo Bo? 130 Columbia. H c.
Palmetto Firemen's Fair.
THE Committee of tho Palmetto Steam
Fire Engine Compauy, appointed to aid
the ladies who so liberally offered to hold a I
Fair in behalf of the Company, are pleased to
announce to the public that the Fair will ho ?
opened at Irwin's Hall, on tho night of the
21st of February. The tabba will be repre?
sented by Mrs. T. M. Pollock, Mrs R. S Mor?
rison Mrs John A Shiell, Mrs. Thoa. Boyne,
Mrs Mary Brady, Mrs. S. S. McCnlly and Mr?.
S. Morrison, who will be platsnd td receive
contributions from all well-wi-lu rd of the
COM ai i rr Kt*.- C P. Jackson, J. .< Parse, W. j
B. Itovbtei, M J Calnan, J A. MitcU, U. lt. i
M Kay, W. J Heidt, William Morrison, T. P.
Purse. F. .1. Brown. T. M. Pollock.
Portrait Fainted in Oil
171 ROM lifo, or Irmii the smtllost picture, j
. Photographs Colored in all st vie?. Also
Lessons given in Drawing and Painting.
Applv at Bryan A McOart- r's bookstore, or
at the residence of Prof. WM. II. ORCHARD,!
coi uer ol Laurel and Henderson streets
Jan 2:1 ?linn j
OA/VBAilllR.S ?elected SEED POTA-;
?I/V/TOK8-Pin lt-Eves, Early Rose,
Jackson Whites, Peach Illowa and Early
Goodrich, for aa'.e low bv
Jan 10 EDWARD HOPE. ?
American Club Firh.
V-~*,-*P*?'-*? A DELICIOUS rullah; bel lei
and much cheaper than Sardines. For ?ale
by .. HOPE.
1)ERKGNRiu want of a quiet.retired HOME,
cnn appiv to Mi? S J. WYATT, on Plain
street, nest Picken?. North side Pee 2'J
. m LADIES' DOE ?ILE SOLED
7"WV OAITl RS
Mf \ Ladies' and Mi-se3' OVER
W 'Mila mn
Huhes' sud Oems' FOOT-HOI.IW.
Ladi 's'and fteuts'CORK SOLES.
flout*' W VTER-PROOF HMO IS.
Omits" Woolen OVER-Sfli il
Oem-' Mln.-k mid Col.ned OVER OAITKRH.
Children's WINTER SHOES.
lan 21 J. MKIOIIAN.
Frtsh Biscuits and Crr.ckers.
ALMtOE assort ment and cholee variety,
J'i?l in and tor ?ale low E IIOPi.,
Petatees! Potatoes! !
?"W V \ BARRELS POTATOES, consisting
?l\f\f nt Pink liyes.
Ettrlv Po. e.
Ju-t received and f ir s:il< |?.w i>\
Jun ll JOHN VON!' w* A SON.
Just Htce ved,
ALAROE mimbi r of line KENTUCKY
M LES which may bu 'ecu HI Ch .rle
Logan's Stables, c .mer Senate nul Assembly
atreus. w. s. A J. M. TALBOT.
WE HAVE RE-ORIiAMID
And secured the services of a
FIRST CLASS CUTTER.
And as the aoason 1B late, and our Btook of
H10 IIP (MINTS
AT REDUCKD JlAf BS,
[And Ouarantoe Batisfaction.
Stock of Clothing,
Hats and Fur?
Ie still large, and deduction in price will be
ruado to reduce it. We aro still taking orders
for Blurts, warranting a fit.
If you waut nice goods, give ns a call.
R. & W. C. SWAPPIELD.
Money to Lend,
ON marketable on]laterals, at
Tilts CITIZEN3' BAV1NQB BANK._
LARGE AND FINE STOCK OF
On Sale at
W, K, GREENFIELD'S REPOSITORY.
THE Buggy stock embraces everything,
from tho plain, substantial Concord style
to a light, elegant trotting buggy. Four
passenger vehicles In large variety, including
Brownell*, Rockaways, Phaetons, Victorias,
and a new stylo of four-seat Baggy. Tin
stock is all fresh from the factories, is of the
latent design, and, not least important, ia
being eolrl at verv low pricoe. Deo 20
M. H. BERRY'S
Mnin Street, near Plain,
NOW on band and daily re
foi-iving from the manufac?
tories of New York, Boaton,
Cincinnati and Louisville, the
largest assortment of FUR
MTU BE ever kept in thia market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Boom Suits; 200 Bedsteads of different
pattorns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chaira.
All kinda or MATTRESSES marie to order.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
.shortest notice and in the heel manner.
Terms caah and Gooda cheap. Oct SO
Columbia Music Store.
LyBrand & Son
npAKK pleasure in calling the si tem ion of
1 the publie to an examination of their
STUCK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con?
sisting of Pianos, Church and Purlor Organs,
Melodeone, Violins, Cuitare, Banjos, Fintea,
AceordeOIIS, Brass and Silver Baud Instru?
ments of nil kinds. Also, Sheet Music and
1 lint ruction Rooka for every class of Musical
I nat rumen ta on hand at all times. Sheet
Mimic sent hy mail, peat pud. mt receipt of
price; ami all "kinds of Musical Goods uont by
Express, when ordered, to any part of the
Stute, marked C. O. D. Good' Second-baud
[Manoa and Organs fur aale cheap, for caah.
Pianos, Organs und Melodre?a tuned and re?
paired in a satisfactory maimer; anti will give
especial attention to Packing. Removing und
Shipping Pianos lor other parties to any poin
desired, at moderate ju ires.
All orders promptly attended to and satie
faition guaranteed tu those favoring ua with
their patronage Semi for our catalogue ol
Sheet Music an I Musical Merchandise. Tay?
lor street, Citizens' Savings Bank Building.
Columbia, s. C. Nov 7
Gold and Silver
BOUGHT and sold, at
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
THE subscribers, having thia day formed a
copartnership, to ti? known and Ptyled aa
HOWIE A- ALLEN, and having leased fora
term ol year* the shops and machim ry, and
Bought me materials un tho premises lornu-r
ly occupied by James M. Allen, uro prepared
lo enter nco conti nets for building er tito
finishing nt all ? hop-made materials, such as
BLINDS. Doors. Saab, Win'low Framea. &0 ,
Ac. Also, thc Dressing of Lumber, Scroll
Sawing and Turning, and would respectfully
solicit a share of the publie patronage.
HOWIE it ALLEN.
JOHN M. Howie, RnwAitn AM.RU.
Coi.i'Miut. Nov. tuber 1:1. 1871. Dec 13 Hmo
Revenue Stamos! Revenue Stamps!
\LL DENOMINATIONS f<ir sale at the
usual discount, ai the SOUTH CASO
LINA UANK AND'i'llCST CO. Dee 7
Gro'eries, Wines and Liquors
VI ULI. SUPPLY of CHOICE FAMILY
G Ki K'El? I I'S, in all th? ir varieties. Best
bri t?cs Champagnes, Wines, Liquors, Ac,
sim utile tor Tin isl mas. un hand ai d lor sub
|..? by JOHN AGNEW .V SON.
The. Doctors Recommend Seegers' Beer
?S preference to London I'nrlei sud Scotch
Vie. Win'/ riu?\ kn.uv* ?H uiiadiit'oratiiil
Thorburn's Garden Seeos.
A LABOE assortment of fresh GARDEN
J\ MEEDS, (inion Si ts. Ac . fur sale her.
Jse 1J ED WA ttl? HOPE.
IX) '. x*
i YOUR INTEREST.
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE.
? . % ? \ ?
f~o WE claim to har? one of tbo floral
VyV stocks of WATCH Et", Ol all tiebl ?'liu
????filiali, H iv i s H and American makoni. With
Diamonds and other line J tivoli y, our ?tock
ia largo, and wo aro going to ?elf the Goode.'
REPAIRING and HM; HAY INO. in all
branches, by the bc-Bt of workmen.
Nov 10_Formerly Qlaac &Rad o Ufte.
Boots and Shoes,
- THE old boneo of P. H. FLA*
?TTON. NIGAN, who for twenty yean
L. V carried on the Rhoe trade, and
I W^*^Vty?nevor failed to give satisfaction
in ever> branch, ia now opened by Ilia lupa
and they will conduct the business on the ola
plan-keep nothing bot first olasS goods,'
quick sales and short profita. k
P. H. FLAN IG AN will superintend the Ma
nfacturing Department, and will be pleased
to ace his old friends and customers.
Our stock consists of Men's, Boje', Youths',
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Shoes, of all Styles and Varieties?
They will leave nothing undone to merit a*
fair sharo of tho pationago BO liberally be
s towed on their f-th? r. Go and soe them j
All Sbooa exchanged or money refunded.
Fivo first class BOOT-MAKER8 wanted.
J. T. FLA MOAN A GO.,
Main street, opposite L?rick A Lowrance'**
CHILDS & WILEY
ARE daily receivinc tba finest READY
MADE CLOTHINu, tor old afc* young
gentlemen, that have ever been offered in this
market No custom-made can surpass, and
but few can equal them, in et}le, and finan,
We Bell tho best, at lower ratee than those
who don't buy from the muuuiaciurere direct.
We keop the Star and True Flt constantly
on baud, and will take ordure for half dozens
or moro, and warrant a flt.
UNDER-WEAR in al) varieties.
BUB BEB CLOTHING.
GLOVER-Leather, Ruck, Kidi.Dog?Raf.and
Beal. Bargains to be had tn GLOVES.
NEOK WEAR-all styles. Plain and fanny
Linen and Paper COLLARS.
Sleeve and Collar BUTTONS-Gold and
some that won't coin.
Wo wiB take Greenbacks at.par for all
Headquarters for Garden Seeds.
LANDRLTH'S Extra Early PEAS,
Carter's first crop Pea?,
Little Gem Tom Thumb Peat?
Early Long Pod,
Onion Mete. Bed and White,
Lawn Graes Seod,
Red and ?bite Clover,
Timothv and Kentucky Blue Grass,
Orchard Grass Seed,
For nale, wholesale and retail, at
Jan fi_HF.INITRH'S Drugstore.
Get the Best !
MY line of WATCHES ie
now full and complete, and
_fcthe public may depend on
gluing the beal at the lowest possible figures,
as mv facilities are such that I dtfy competi?
tion from an> niaiket.
I have also in store and constantly arriving
all the newest styles of Ladies' Sets, in Dia?
mond, Coral, Cameo, Etruscan, Gold, Jet, Sro.;
elegant designs in Chains, Bracelete,Charms.
I Lockets, Ac; tho latest and most beautiful
pattern* iii solid Silver and heavy Plated
Ware- Gooda suited for bridal, holiday and
Bepairing in all branches, by the best work?
men and at reasonable rates.
Oct 13_Columbia Hotel Row.
CLOCKS AND JEWELRY!
1 HAVE on hand a select
stock of WATCH KS. JEWEL
_>RY. CLOCKS. SILVER and jFliATED
>v A url, which 1 will di sn iise ol at most rea?
sonable prie s. Also. SPECTACLES lo sui:
REPAIRING in ni? line ?I.-ne pi omi tl; au;t>
on good terms
All articles ai.d work wmnwiiod to be a?
represented. ?li'.O BRU'-tS,
?il door below PIIIKMS ?Mci-, Main ?tn et.
The Dexter Stable*
" l'HK lindel signed have er
JLTAJ moved their Stable* tu tbt- ne?
fft^N. building, i mired lately Benth of
VI anne)'H Hall, and, with anew
.-tock of CARRIAGES. BUG
U?ts ?ut. tino HORSES, aro prepared io an?
swer all culls thai, ma) bu made upon them.
Horses bought and sold on commission.
Persons in want of good stock, aro invited to
give us a call. Liberal advances made oa
stock left for salo. BOYCE A CO.
W. H. BOYCE.
C. H. PETTINOIM.. Jan 24
MONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
Vor Sight U I'riccltsaat
Hui Hiv Diamond Spectacles wiil Preset* lt.
IF von value vonr eyesight use tht?e V?etX -
FKCT LKSJMKR. Ground from minnte
crystal pel.bles, melted tog, '.her, and derive
their nam? "Diamond" rm account of their
hardness und brilliancy. They will last m&nv
years without change, and are warranted su?
perior o all others, manufactured by
J. E SPENCER A CO., N. Yl
CAUTION.- Non? genuino uniera ttamped
with our trade mark. WM. GLAZE. Jeweler
and Optician, ic side ageut for Columbia, 8.
IC,from whom tber can only bo obtained.
I N" oeddlors emidov?d Jil h 20||llv
THE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Bish?
ops mid other Clergy of tho Anglican
(.'burch Vol L ii?.
Aunt .line's Hero, by Author of Stopping
II us ven ward?, ii 50.
ILimmb.i new Novel hv Miss Mnloch ftOo.
Jan 14 DU P. Pl F A CHAPMAN.
Powdtr. Shot, &c.
AWL'. ASSORTMENT nf Cnn and RI? st?
int: P 'WDEH, shot. Lead, Percussi. n
Caps. Gnn-widn. Ac . on hand and for sal*
low. tit wooli s;ile and retail, Iv
Dec 20 JOHN AGNEW A BON.