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''Let our just Cersures ^"^^^^^^?^^Sm^^ Attend the True Event."
BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 1872. VOL. VII-NO. 305^-7
A BBFOBLXOAN: EDITOB'S OBSERVA?
TIONS AT WASHINGTON.-Mr. .Sanlei
Bowles, the keen editor of tho Spring?
field (Moss.) Hepublic?hf^)l? is at Wash?
ington on a political prospecting Visit,
with the laudable object of stiffening
tho Republican back, has written a letter
expressive of bis sensations and opinions
from a Washington standpoint. After
meditating for a paragraph or two apon
the utter selfishness of Republican pa?
triotism, like Marius among the ruios of
Carthage, Mr. Bowles settles down to a
consideration of the all-absorbiug Presi?
dential question. He finds very few of
the Republican Congressmen willing to
open their mouths on tho subject, so
fearful are they of tho issue of the cam- j
paign, and so anxious to preserve their
bread and butter. But he thinks, with
italic certainty, that "if the Bepublican
members of Congress were, to-day,
obliged to sign one of two papers, de?
claring their belief that the interests of
the country and the party required the
re-nomination of General Grant, or the
reverse, nomination would be no Iouger
possible." In .regard to tho Cincinnati
Convention, Mr. Bowles judges, from
what we can see and hear, that it will be
a purely Republican movement, and
will make no coalition with the Demo?
cratic party; that all is at present iu con?
fusion; that "there are a good many
things in tho air," and that tho continued
acquiescence of the Republican party in
the re-nomination of Grant threatens a |
According to Dr. Cheever, who has
recently written a work on "Indian Med?
ical Jurisprudence," the auoiont mutee,
or B'.df-immolation of a widow with
the body of a dead husband, had its rise
in the fact that Hindoo wives were by no
means the weak and spiritless persons
they now are, and were in the habit of1
poisoning their lords when neglected or I
affronted by them. This'coarage of con?
duct was so distasteful to malo Hindoos
that they enacted laws making the death
of the husband presumptive evidence |
that he had received his quietus at tho
hands of his spouse, who thereupou had
to Buffer death; aad, as the Brahmical
books say ia oboioe Sanscrit, "serve her |
right." All this may be true; but inas?
much as Brahmical books told the woman
who voluatarily sacrificed herself ia this
way that for her piety she should romaio
35,000,000 years with her hasbaad in
Paradise, it is probable that the custom
-practiced 1,500 years before the Chris
tain era-had its rise in some less obvi?
ous aad commoa place way thaa this.
Recent examinations of the "Vedas" and
the "Institutes of Menu" bavo shown
that these books never commanded sut?
tee, aad that ia some instances the Brah?
mins strongly disapproved of it. Still
there were those 35,000,000 years of re?
ward, the act of dying was but moment?
ary, and women would have their will;
beaoe the loag ooatiuuaaoe of tho rite.
ENGLISH EXECUTIVE ABILITY.-The
home rulers of Ireland having beea
taunted with the alleged incapacity of
tho Irish for self-goveromeut, Mr. Isaac j
Butt, Q. C., M. P., happily retorts ou
thoHo who indulge in this sneer, that
there is nothing ia English statesman?
ship which should induce Irishmeu tume- !
ly to yield to it the management of their |
own affairs. This assertion is had
enough, but that tho learned gentleman
should attempt to prove it, and succeed,
too, is much worse. Ho cruelly examines
some of the last achievements of British
statesmanship, with tho following re?
sults: "The wisest, blockheads of thc
statesmanship of Eugland," Bays Mr.
Butt, "wera eutrustcd with the framing
of a receut treaty. I protest solemnly
that tho meanest attoruey ia tho Four
Courts of Dublin would run the risk of
being struck off tho rolls if ho bungled
the marringa articles of a butcher's I
daughter with tho son of a sweep so
egregiously as those magnificent block?
heads had bungled a treaty between two [
great nations-a treaty which might yet]
cost England uno hundred and filty mil?
lions." This is had enough as au Irish?
man's opiuiou of English executive
ability; but Mr. Batt supports it by the
statement of aa English statesman, that
the greatest triumphs of the present
ministry were "di i ps that would not
sail, armies that oould not move, a com?
missariat which could not buy a loaf of
bread." Mr. Butt capped the climax ny
stating that "government ia Ireland was
coercL terrorism aad un disguised vio?
lation of the law."
French journals speak of tho effects of
the war on the mortality in Paris, in
which city tho averago number of annu?
al deaths is 45,000. In 1870 73,581 were
registered, whilo in 1871 the frightful
amount of 99,915 was reached. During
tho sarao period tho number of births
had diminished hy about four fifths,
and ia September last, it had fallon
from 4,500 to 1,729. Whilo tho deaths
doubled, the births diminished by one
St. Patrick's Day.
mHE HIBERNIAN BOC 1 El Y ANNlVEIt-l
Jl BARY will bo celebrated on tho evening
of MONDAY, tho 18th instant, at McKenzie'?
Kaloon. Tickets $1 To ho obtained of tho
Commit tee. at the Coln ninia Hotel, J. AgIK W |
& Hon's, John McKenzie's and P. Cantwell's.
March 12 G M. J. CALNAN. President.
II, mfll Wo? J ?BT opening a full ssnorl
^ffSBEi^ment of FlBUING TACKLE,
consisting of everything iu this lino.
Feb 25 Imo _ WM. GLAZE.
OF the beat English maker?,
Breech and Muzzle Loading;
Parlor HI PLEB, Hall and ?hot
rCartridges for Parlor Illflon.
Feb25 1nio___WM. GLAZE.
Watobes, Diamonds; Etc."
. JUBT rcoolved a full lino of Ladlos'
^_J*nd Oonts' GOL!) WATCHES, DU*
^MO^ mou(j miig-i^ Pins, in various style?,
I Bracelets, Chains, etc. I am going to soli the
goods. WILLIAM GLAZE,
Wlliiara Tell-"Indian Girl.'
^N BIATIK?XO^E.-HAPPY BELIEF FOR
YOUNG MEN from the effeotB or Errors and
Abuses in early lifo. Manhood restored.
Nervous debility cured. Impediments to
Marriago removed. New method of treat?
ment. Now and remarkable remedies. Books
and Circulars Bent free, in sealed envelopes.
Address, HOWARD AS800IATION. No. 2
Sooth Ninth St re ot, Philadelphia, Pa. |
LASSITUDE AND DEBILITY - ILa re?
laxation of nervous energy which creates an
indisposition to physical or mental effort, so
strong as almost to amount to positive ina?
bility, and which we term lassitude, proceeds
from a variety of causes. The principal of
t'-cao aro constitutional debility, heat of the J
atmosphere, coupled with humidity, climatic j
chaogCB, and tho physical prostration conse?
quent upon a long illness. But whatever tho
causo, it must bo perfectly clear that it tho
nervous system ls unduly relaxed, something
is required to braco it up. That something 1
is BUSTETTER'S B1TTEBS, which is uni- |
vors&Uy recognized aa tho most completo and
speedy recuporant of the physical forces in
existence. It baa been so thoroughly and
widely domouHtratod as to bo a matter of
positive certainty and familiar kuowledgo,
that tho Bitters will not only re h aid li tat o tho
pkysiquo, when shattered and wasted hy dis
osBO, nut will also, if takon systematically,
actually componsato tho constitutionally fee?
ble frame for its deficiency of strength, and
byinfusiug uew lifo into a weak system, en?
dow it with tho health and vigor which uaturo
han denied it. Tho Bittern also enable tho
hotly to resist tho enervating inilueucos of
heat, humidity, and changes from a tempe- I
rato to a bot climate. It is on these accounts
specially to he recommended to tra volet s and |
residents in tho torrid zone, aud persons sub?
jected to abrupt transitions in temperature.
Premature Lo H? of tlie Ilitir may he
eutirely prevented hy tho UBO of Burnett's j
Cocoaino. It has never failed to arrest de?
cay, and to prometo a healthy and vigorous
growth. It ts at tho samo time unrivaled as
a dressing for tho hair.
Catt Ihem Out.-If thero aro any dis
cases which deserve tho name demoniac,
Dyspepsia is ono of thom. It racks and tears I
tko system liku a veritable fiend, and renders
lifo a Luiden. Tho medicines of tho dispen?
sary will not expel it. Cast it out with Du.
WALKER'S VEGETABLE VINEQAK BITTERS. There
is no form of indigestion or liver complaint
that eau withstand this potout tonic and al?
Nu Lady's Toilet Complete unless thero
bo the fragrant Sozodont; unto tho breath
street oilers it imparts, the gums a ruby red?
ness soon assume, the teeth quick rival ala?
baster tint, aud seem as pearls set in a coral
850,000 will be Paid for any rcmrdy
which will cure Chronic Rheumatism, Pains
in thc Limbs, Back and Chest, Boro Throat,
Insect Stings, Croup, Dysentery, Colic,
Sprains and Vomiting, quicker than Dr. To?
bias' Venetian Liniment, cstabliuhcd in 1817.
Never fails. Mold tty tho druggists. Depot,
10 Park Flaco, New York.
c m oma Halve, recommended hy tho
lcading Physicians and th? President ol' the
.^ew York beard of Health, UH (he most won?
der I ul healing compound ever known. Coves
ii.staut relief to burns; cures all kinds ot
sores, cuts and wounds; and a moat invalua?
ble salve lor all purposes. Sold evi ry where,
at twenty-live cents. John F. Henry, solo
proprietor, S College Place, Nt w York.
I? vu pul a is Opium purified nf its sickening
and poisonous proper lies, discovered by lr.
bigelow, Professor of Botany, Detroit Medi?
cal College. A most perfect anodyne and
mint bin g opiate, John Farr, Chemist, N. V.
Clirlstitdoro's Hair Dye is thu safest and
host. It corrects the hail effects of inferior
dyes, while the black or brown tints it pro?
duce* aro identical to nature. Factory, 03
Mn iden Lane, New York.
Pratt's A nt ru i Oil-Sales! and host illu?
minating Oit ever made. Does not lake Uro
or explode, if the lamp is upset or broken.
Over 100,000 families continuo to use it, and
no accident s nf any description have occurred
from it. Oil House of Charles Pi alt, esta?
blished 1770, New York.
Vii? I'uiol anil Sweetest Cod Live? Oil
in tho world is Hazard .t Caa welt's, made on
tho soa-shore, from fresh selected livers, hy
Hazard, Caswell A Co., New York. Il la abso?
lutely puro and sweet. Patients who have
once takon it prefer it to all others. Physi?
cians have decided it superior to any of thu
other oils in tho market.
.TIMI vin'* Inodorous Kid Clove Cleaner
restores soiled gloves equal lo new. For salo
by druggists and fancy goods dealers. Price
.25o. per bottle. P. C. Wells A. Co., New York.
nuiry'* I'UOoinken is an oatablishod,
warranted remedy for Painful Menstruation,
and equally tftloiont as a Nervous Antidote iu
all cases of nervous excitement, stomach and
s eoplt.ssuess in male or t?male. Sohl every?
where for $10'.) a bottle. Morgan Jt Risley,
Druggists, New York, General Agi nts.
A Yutiittful Appearance and a Beautiful,
Olear Complexion ia tho desire of every hedy.
This effect L? produced hy using G. W. Laird's
"Bloom of Youth," a harmless beautifier nf
tho skin. Will remove all discoloration, tan.
freckles and sunhurtis. The uso of this de?
lightful toilet pr?parai ion caunot bo detected.
For sale hy all druggists and futter goods
dealers. Depot, 5 Gold street, New York.
Kirri. WInslow*M Soothing Syrup.-it re?
lieves tho liltlo sufferer from pain, cures wind
coho, regulates tho stomach ami how el?, cor?
rects acidity, ami during the process of teeth?
ing it is invuhiahle. Perfectly sale in all casi a,
as millions of mothers can testify.
March 1 -filmo
Groceries, Wines and Liquors
AFULL SUPPLY o? 0I101UE FAMILY
GROCERIES, in all their varieties. Heat
brands Champagnes, Wilit'8, Liquid*, .tc,
suitable for Christmas, on hand anti fnrsale
low, by JOHN AON HW ,t SON.
fin HE undersigned, owing to ill-health, is
1. d?sirons of disposing of his interest in
tho Exchuugo House. Terms roasotiahlo.
Apply to R. FRANKLIN.
Dissolution of Partnership.
m HE Arra of FRANKLIN X, FINE lu this
1 day dissolved by mutual consent. All
liabilities prior to March ll, 1871, havo been
assumed by tho present proprietor.
WM. M. FINE.
O. R. FRANKLIN. WU, M. FINE.
COMIMIHA, S. C., March ll, 1872.
March 12 0
BARRELS of LIME, for : 0 low by
JOHN AONE. SON.
Kew Spring Goods.
vo* I HAVE just received my etc ck of j
TM SPRING ?nd SUMMER OAB8IMERE8,1
(Kf VE8TING8, Ac, to which I wou'.d invite j
1 vt> the attention of tho public Tho stock
comprises all styles and prices, and will be
made to ordor ba the most fashionable man?
lier. O. D. EBERHARDT.
First in the Field,
SPRING GOOWSPMSG GOODS!!
PRINTS, Delaines, PopliuB, Caehimerca,
Juana and Tweeds.
A full stock of FANCY GOODS.
Now is the time to purchase, before they ail
vanen in price.
P. S. Heavy goods sold at cost.
O F. JACKSON,
Fob IB_Next door to Agnow & Son.
DH K1? Wi
200 dozen just roccivod.
NEW AND EXQUISITE SHADES
STREET AND EVENING.
Two Buttons, $1.50
Single " 1.00
R. C. SHIVER & CO.'S.
R. C. SHIVER & CO.'S.
Removal and Slight Change.
THE undersigned informs her i
, frionds and patrons that uhe has
Iremoved to tho ?veil known dry
'goods houso of tho Messrs. Kioard,
where she is prepared to exhibit a I
selected stock of articles in tho
MILLINEllY LINE, which abo is coulldout
will gratify her patrons. Her stock of spring
goods is particularly pi etty. Call at thu
store of tho Musir?. Kinard.
Feb 18_MRS. A. McCflRMTCK^
Gourd Seed Corn.
AFEW hiiHhcls Pcnnpylvanla GOURD
S KED CORN, for seed. Very productive j
add adapted to this climate. For Hale hy
Kel) 21 E. H CITE.
O A A BARRELS selected h KED FOTA
ZwU'l'OK.S-rink-Eyes, Early Rose,
Jackson Whites, Peach RI o WS and Early
Goodrich, for salo low hy
Jan ll) EDWARD HOPE.
Powder. Shot, &c.
APULL ASSORTMENT of Gun and Blast?
ing POSVDKIt. Shot, Lead, Percussion
Caps, Gun-wads, .Vc. on hand and for salo !
low, at wholesale ?ml retail, ny
Dec 20 JOHN AGNEW St SON.
$50,000 to Loan,
ON GOOD COLLATERAL. Applv at
Jan 2J CITI/KNS' SAVIN n.s'UANK.
New York Exchange
BOUGHT and sold, at
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS RANK.
BOUGHT at a moderate discount, at
TIIK CITIZENS'SAVINGS PANK.
ALL persons or partie* indebted to the un?
dersigned, or to E. St (i. D. Hopo, pre?
vious to the 1st of January laat, will come for?
ward and make settlement within thirty days,
ami save codtu of suit. E. HOPE.
Fresh Biscuits and Crackers.
ATARGE assortment and choice variety,
j lint in and for salo low. E. HOPE.*
-j f\f \ DOZ KN AX KS.
J 4a bales Dogging.
20U bandies Arrow 'J u s.
20 dozen Railroad Shovels.
2utl nairn Trace Chains.
Just received and for ?:a'o at lowest market
price?. L?RICK .V LOWRANCE.
Thorburn's Garden Seeds.
ALARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN
HEEDS, Onion Seta, Sta., for ?ale low.
.lani? KOW ARD HPl'KL
Corn and Oats.
1 AAA BUSHELS WHITE COHN,
l.UUU 800 bushel* FEEDING OATS,
for i?alu low for canil. E. HOPE.
COTTON SEED REFINED OIL, hy the gal?
lon or harrel. Also, in glaass, pint M and
ijnartH. Forsalelow. E. HOPE.
THB undersigned ha? lust opened a Int of
IMPORTED CORDIALS,of various kinda,
embracing Perfect Love, Vanilla, Roso,
Anisette, etc. Also. Imported Maraschino,
Duracoa and Absinthe._T. M. POLLOCK.
Revenno Stamps! Revenue-Stamps!
A LL DENOMINATIONS for salo at tho
J\. usual discount, at tho SOUTH CARO
LINA BANK AND TRUST CO. Dec 7
FOR salo at New York rates, at
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK-.
MR. J. H. DAVIS was admit tod a Fartner
in our lionne, Fobruary 21, 1872.
Maroh 2 R. O. SHIVER St OO.
Stultz'a Pancake-"Indian Girl."
\JC7E have juut received th? latest et)los
March 5_CHILDS A WILEY.
SPRING GOODS ! !
OPENING. MONDAY. A MAGNIFICENT
Ladies' LACE COLLARS and SLEEVES.
Fuji Uni! of
E ra BROIDERIES,
Ladies' MADE-UP CNDER-GARMENTS.
Now stylo SPUING PRINTS aud CAM?
BRICS, jnat suited for tho season.
All Departments aro now fully replenished
with now and
Aud will he sold at uniformly
W. D. LOVE A CO.
W. D. LOVE,
B. B. McCnKKHT._Feb IR
Ohoice Potatoes! Choice Potatoes'.!
DUES EE'S PEERLESS NO. fi and]
EA R L Y R OSE P O TA TOES.
WITHOUT exception, BRESEE'S PEER- I
LESS andEARLY ROSE are the best |
socdllngs for main crop. No better potato
can be planted. I li AYO a lino lot selected
first with regard to sizo and quality. For
.jalobv E. li. UE1NITSH,
Jan 24 t _ Druggist.
QAH AAA FEET OF LUMBER,
Ov/"-/?j\7liO.bUO feet of well aoa
euui'il Flooring on hand.
Orders for Lath and all kinda Lumber Tilled
at short not'ee. Apply at our Lumber Yard,
on l.?dy Btreet and Greenville Kailroad, or
address W. LOWRY .t CO.,
0..t 20 flinn Box pin Columbia. S O
"JONES,"and other ?
Mn popular Cotton Plant-]
j?r?"^"Wv era, warranted aatia-:
factory or no salo.
Garden Plowa and Cultivators.
210 Dixon Steel Sweep -, better and cheaper !
than the Farmer can mike them himself. j
Feb ?5 L?RICK A LOWRANCE. J
2 (IOU lbs. HAMS,
2 OOO bushels CORN,
20,000lbs. BACON, at prices that
fl? r every iiiducoineul of other mar?
ket?. L?RICK A- LOWRANCE.
Copartnership-Fisher & Silliman.
IHAVE this day associated with nie, in tin*
Drug and Apothecary business, Mr. L. T.
S1LLIMAN, a graduate or Philadelphia Col?
icu? of Pharmacy, lite name and alvie of tho
li rm will bc FISHER A. SILLIMAN. *
W. C, FISHER.
.TANU.UIY lfi, 1872. Jan 20
I New Books.
fTUIE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Bi nb?
t L opa and ether Clergy ot tho Anglican
, Church. Vol. 1. $5.
j Aunt June's fiero, hy Author of Steppiug
i Heavenward*, j\ 50.
Hannah, a new Novel, bv Miss Mnleieb. 50c.
j Jan 14 DUFFIE ?v CHAPMAN.
I Heinitsh s Biood and Liver Piils,
ELEGANTLY sugar-coated, perfectly tat-to
i lesa, and warranted to euro all diseases I
id' tho liver and ita kindred complaints. Hood
for uoiiatipaliou of tho bowels, disorders ol]
the stomach, sick ami m rvoua headache, in-1
digestion, hilintiPiicsa, f< vera, chilla, kidney
affection*, female irregularities. They purify
tho bomil. nuil i cum vu all derangements of
tin* intel nul viscera. Put up in a blood-red !
colorid wrapper and mild at 25 cents a box,
lat ll EIN ITS H'S DRUG STORK. 1
Feb 18 +
WM. H. ORCHAliD,
1'refi ssi rof Muth atitldcuh r in Piano Fortes.
APPLY at bia residence, corner of Lauri 1
and Henderson streota, or at tho book?
store of Uti flic A Chapman.
Piano Portea, Oriana and Melodeone
Tuned and Repaired. Jan 20 ?linn
A LOT of lino Kentucky A
MULES and HORSES, jual ar-/*y5?v
wa rive-,i. can .it /ni
eAaOf DALY'S STABLES,
Oct 7 On Aaaomblv afreet.
ALAROE number of Ano KENTUCKY
M ULKS, which may tic seen al Charles
Logan's Stables, corner Senate and Aaaemhly
stroetB. W. S. A J. M. TAL?OT.
Gold and Silver
BOUGHT and sold, at
THE CITIZENS* SAVINGS BANK.
Green Persimmons - "Indian Girl.''
THE undersigned have re?
cently opened an entire NEW
STOCK ot articles in the above
line, which han boen carefully
selooted. They invito a call
from thc citizens to inspect their
GOODS AND PRICES.
Their etock embracee CROCKERY, CHINA
PLATED-WARE, TABLE CUTLERY, Eto.
KINGSLAND Al HEATH,
Under Columbia Hotel.
H. KINGSLAND. J. A. limn.
Jau 23 Smo
We -offer from this date our entiro
Steck of CLOAKS and FURS, at coot
i and carriage. Call at once and get a
PORTER & STEELE.
Get the Best I
MY line of WATCHES ie
now full and complete, and
_fcthe public may depend on
gening thc best at the lowest possible ligures,
as my facilities are such that I defy competi?
tion from any market.
I have also" in Htoro and constantly arriving
all tho newest atyles ot' Ludicu' Si te, in Dia?
mond, Cordi, Cameo, Etruscan, Gold,.Tit, Sro.]
elegant designs in Chains, bracelets, Charms,
Lockets, Ac; tho latest sud most ht a nt i tel
patterns in solid Silver and heavy Plated
Waru- Goods suited for bridal, holiday and
Kepal ring in all branches, hy the best work?
men und ut rcubonsblo rAtes.
Oct 13 Columbia lietel Kow.
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE.
WE c'.tiim to have one nf the finest
stocks ?d' WATCHES,ot all lust LIIK
_lli?h, Swiss and Ann rican makers. With
biauiuiids and other line Jewelry, our stock
is large, and Wu arc- going to self the Goods.
REPAIRING and LNG HAVING; in al
brauches, hv the Lest of workmen.
Novio _ Formerly Plazet Radcliffe.
LARGE AND FINE STOCK OF
On Sale at
W, K. GREENFIELD'S REPOSITORY, '
rrAMF. Bnpgy stock embraces everything,!
JL from tho plain, substantial Concord *t>le
Ito a light, elegant trotting buggy. Four
passenger veli iel ea in largo variety, including
drou in ll?, Rockaways, l'hictons, Victorias,
and a new st\lu of four-seat buggy. Thi
! stock is ult fresh from tho factories, is of tho
latest design, and, not least important, ia
being Hold st vers low prices. Dec 20
ONE puncheon "FINEST CAMrbELTON." i
of mv own direct importation, via New ;
York, 'this, hy actual test, is l'J por cent, j
proof, ai.il is pronounced hy all who ,
have testiil or tasted it, as ttir. litn-sl ever
brought lo Columbia.
Pull stock old W INES and IHtANDIES.
Holland GIN, Jamaica KUM, Scotch Fng
lisli and German ALES, London and Dublin
POUTER, ( UltAOOA and MARASCHINO.
Mott ami Chandon CHAMPAGNES, of tho
famous vintage, IHC18-tiuest of tho century.
Reasonable prices and tull satisfaction gua?
ranteed. GEO. SYMMEHS.
Fob 8 _ _
New Books, by Express,
For Sale at Heyan & McUarter"?.
SEVEN DECADES OF THE UNION. By
Henry A. Wino. 12.
Lifo aud Times of John Wesley, Founder 1
of the Methodists. By L. Tyennan, London.
History of the Working and Bnrgher
Classes. By Caesagnao. (2 50.
Winifred Cnmhormedo, a Story by George
Character, by Samuel Smiles. $1.50.
Systematic Theology. By Charles Hodgo,
Darwin's Naturalist's Voyage around tho
A number of now London Novela, ohoap.
Also, new standard works, just published.
,l WHEELER & WILSON'S
By Committee of Fractioal Machinists.
FTtHE simplicity, durability, ease of manago
X ment and great rang? of work of thia
Machino has made it the universal favorite,
and loading family Sowing Machine for more
than twenty years, and hence it is no experi?
ment to buy one.
For sale on monthly instalments, second
door below PHONIX office, Columbia, 6. C., by
A. J. PU UH LEY,
Fob 27_Agent for Purslcy & Trump.
" WE IJAVE RE-ORGANIZED
And secured the services of a
FIRST CLASS CUTTER.
And as tho eca- ou is late, and our stock of
IKE ?F EMITS
AT llEDl'CED RATES,
And Guarantee Satisfaction.
Stock of Clothing,
Hats and Fur?
Is stilllargo, and deduction in price will be
made to reduce it. We are still taking orders
for Shirts, warranting a fit.
If you want nice goods, give us a call.
R. & W. C. SWAPPIELD.
THE subscribers, having thia day formed a
copartnership, to be known and styled as
HOWIE & ALLEN, and having leased for a
term of years tho simps aud machinery, and
bought tho materials on thoprcmiseu f?rnver
ly occupied hy James M. Allen, are prepared
to enter into contracts for building or th?
finishing of all ehr>p-made materials, such a*.
BLINDS,Doors, Sash, Wintlow Frames, ?c.,.
Ac. Also, tho Dressing of Lumber, Scroll
Sawing and Turning, and would respectfully
solicit a eh a. re. td the public patronage.
HOWIE <Jb ALLEN.
Jons M. HOWIE, EDWAUP ALLEN,
CoLUMiiiA. November 13. 1871. Dec Hi 3mo
Columbia Music Store.
LyBrand & Son
npAKE pleasure in calling the attention ol
J the publie t<> an examination of their
STOCK OF MUSICAL MEKOHANDISE, con?
sisting ol Pianos, Church and Parlor Organs,
Melodeons, Violins, Guitars, banjos, Flutes,
Accord?ons, Brass and silver Hand Instru?
ments ol all kinds. Also, .Sheet Minde and
Instruction Honka fori very class of Musical
Instruni"iits on hand at all times. Sheet
Music sent bv niall, post nod, on rccciptof
price; and all kiuds of Musical Goods sent by
Express, when ordered, io any part of tho
Stale, ni irked C. O 1>. Good* Second-hand
Pianos Mid Organs for sal?? cheap, for cash.
Piantis. Organs ami Molndeoi.a tuned mid re?
paired in a satisfactory mannc-i ; anti will give
especial attention to Packing liViniivhig and
Shipping Pianos for other purtles to any pola
desired, ;it moderat?' juices
All order? prout pity attended tn and satis?
faction guaranteed lo those favoring ur with
their patronage Send for our catalogue of
Shout Music'-and Musical Merchandise. Tay?
lor strut t, Oitiy. -i,?' Saving- ?'.unit building,
Columbia, s. c. Nov 7
M. H. BEBRY*S
Main Stent, nmr Plain.
Now on hand sud daily r??
^Ci-iving fi??m the manufac?
turier nf N< w York, U<iston,
Cincinnati sud Louisville,].lie
I argent assortment of FUR
NITUHE over kept in this market, coucisting
iu part td Walnut Parlor. Chamber and Din
ing-Room Suits; liUO Bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; aim, tho
celebrated Georgia Split-lottm. Chairs.
All kinds til MATTKESSES mad? to order.
UPHOLSTERING and ULTAl KING don* at
?hortest notice and in the best manner.
Terms CM sh and Good.- cheap. Oct SO
G1E8 ann line HOUSES, are prepared to an?
swer all calls that may be made npon them.
\ Horses bought and sold on commission.
' Persons in want of gond stock, are invited to
give us a call. Liberal advances made otk
dock loft for salo. BOYCE & CO.
W. H. BOYCE.
C. H. PBTTIMOILL._Jan 2A
CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
I nAVE on hand a eoloct_
stock of Vv* ATC H F.B. J V. W E L-effi^g^
_;ttY, OLOCKM. SILVER sud PLATED*
?VAUE, which I will disenso of at most rea?
sonable prices. Also, SPECTACLES to snit
REPAIRING in my line done promptly and
on good terms.
All articles and work warranted to be a?
represented. GEO. BRUNS,
2d door below PHCSNIX office, Main street.
Extra Ponies-"Indian Girl."