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'"Let our just Cersurea Attend the Truo Event."
BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 1G, 1872. VOL. VII-NO. 306;
PETER'S PBNOIS.-From the published
official reports of lost year's "Peter's
pence," which, every one knows, is a
perpetual subscription in all oonntries in
aid pf the Holy See, it appears that
North ? merion gave nb ont 3,000,000
francs, or $600,000. In Europe, Bel?
gium stands at the head of the list,
Franoe having fallen behind. It is not
generally known that Pius IX continues
to pay all those who served the Pontifi?
cal Government before the revolution,
and thuB supports hundreds of families
largely from the fund known as "Peter's
SHOT ron CONJ?RINO.-The dead ho dy
of a oolored mon named John Francis I
Black, known before the war as Bruin's j
Tobo, has arrived in Alexandria, Ya.,
from Arkansas, for burial. The deceased
was shot ami killed by one of his own
raoo, for having "conjured" or pnt a
"spell" on him.
A man has invented a process by
whioh he proposes to improvo the worst
oases of bald head by Him ply planting
npon them fresh crops of hair taken
from the heads of other persons. Now,
why not graft on a new head at once?
We know scores of men who would be
vastly benefited by such a process.
Out in Montana the cold has been so
intense that whiskey had to bo Bold by
MAIII ARRANGEMENTS.-Th? Northern
mail opens.at 3.00 P. M.; closes 7.16
A. M. Ch ar los torj day mail opens 4.00
P. M.; closes 6.00 A. M. Charleston
night mail opens 6.30 A. M.; closes 6.00
P. M. Greenville mail opens 6.45 P.
M. ; doses 6.00 A. M. Western mail
opens 9.00 A. M.; closes 1.30 P. M. On
Sunday office open from 3 to 4 P. M.
STONEWALL COTTON FERTILIZER
HAVING boon need aido by aide with othor
?ret olaas (Standard Fertilizers, and
the testimony of all being that it is better
than any other with which it has been teated,
warrants us in recommending it to plantera
aa the BEBT MAN DUE IN THE MARKET.
English Dissolved Bone,
A Pure Superphosphate of Lime,
Of 'Sterling character, manufactured from
Cambridgeshire Gapioplites, very finely
ground-ready for sowing upon laud.
SHELL LIME, for Agricultural and Ma?
THOMAS B. CLARKSON.
Maroh 15 Agent, Columbia, S. C.
JUST received, a completo ?tock nf MILI?
TARY GOODS. WM. GLAZE.
Maroh 13_ lmo_
AT the only licoueod Junk Shop in tho city,
all tor*.", of RAGS, (especially Woolen,)
old IRON, BRASS, COPPER and SKINS of
all kinds, for which I will pay tho highest
market price. C. BRILL,
March 12 0 Washington street.
St. Patrick's Day.
THE HIBERNIAN SOCIETY ANNIVER?
SARY will be celebrated on tho evening
of MONDAY, the 18th instant, at McKenzie's
Saloon. Tickets $4 To be obtained of tho
Committee, at tho Columbia Hotel, J. Agnew
A Rou's, John McKenzie's and P. CantwcH's.
March 12 6 M. J. CALNAN. Presidont.
Mar blehead Mammoth Cabbage.
THE largest cabbage in tho world. Quality
very tender, sweet and excellent.
Boston True Curlod LETTUCE. This is
tho best of all; grows in tho form of a rosette;
H uh bard Squash.
New York Improved Egg Plant.
Egyptian Beet. -
Corn, early and late.
Call at headquarters for good scud, at low
pries. HEINITSli'd Drug Store.
rw_jp?ft89?*^ JUST opening a full assort
?fffiSSS* ment of FISHING TACKLE,
con si.-ting of everything in this lino.
Feb 25 1 rao_WM. GLAZE.
??^^ ? OF tho best English makers,
Breech and Muzzle Loading;
^C^^JS^Parlnr RIFLES, Hall und Shot
uuc^ ?Cartridges for Parlor Hilles.
Feb 25 Imo WM. GLAZE.
Watches, Diamonds, Etc.
Ot<fpK JUST received a full lino of Ladies'
Wt?jind Genta' OOI.T) WATCHES, Dia
^*^uiond Rings. Fina, in various a ty lea,
Bracelets, Chains, eic. 1 HUI cuing to sell the
goods. WILLIAM GLAZE.
Feh 25 Imo
N. C. teed Corn.
HAS boen solea ted with care for thirty
years. A few bushel* for anio nv
Mared 3 ' LO HICK A- LOWRANCE.
?weet Potato Slips.
1 C\(\ BUSHELS for roed-YAMS, Spanish
JA/v* und Fed. For salo hv
.March ?_ * E. II CPE.
The Doctors Recommend deegers' Beer
rN preference to London Port er und Scotch I
WbvVThov know it in 'mudall ern! od ?
TITHE imdoreignod, owing to ill-health, is
JL desirous of disposing of his interest in
tho Exchange House. Terras reasonable.
Apply to R. FRANKLIN.
March 13 _
New York Exchange
BOUGHT and sold, at '
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS PANIC
Kf \ TONSZELL'S PHOSPHATE,
tJ\J 50 tons Burger Sb Butt's Phosphate
Terms cash, or on favorable terms till No?
vember 1. WELLS it CALDWELL.
$50,000 to Loan,
ON OOOD COLLATERAL. Applv at
Jan 23 CITIZENS' SAVINtls'SANK.
NEW augar-cured HAMS,
Smoked Beef, for salo low. E. HOPE.
William Toll-"Indian GirT/'
ON MARKUGE.-HAPPY RELIEF FOR j
YOUNG MEN from tho effect? or Errora and
Abuses in carly life. Manhood restored.
Nervous dchiiity cured. Impedimenta to
Marriage removed. Now method of treat?
ment. Now and remarkable remedica. Booka
and Circulara aent free, in ?caled envelopes.
Addreaa, HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No. 2
South Ninth Strcot, Philadelphia, Pa.
Doo 29 _3mo
LASSITUDE AND DEBILITY.- j he re?
laxation of nervous energy which creates an
indisposition to physical or mental efl rt, so I
atrong as almost to amount to positive ina?
bility, and which wo turm lassitude, proceeds
from a variety of causes. Tho principal of
t ;cso aro constitutional debility, heat of thc 1
atmosphere, coupled with humidity, climatic
changes, and tho physical prostration conse?
quent upon a long illness. But whatever the
cause, it must bo perfectly clear that if tho
norvoua ayatem ia unduly rclaxod, something
is required to braco it up. That something
ia HOST ETTE R'S BITTERS, which is uni
veraally recognized as tho moet complete and
speedy rocupcrant of tho physical forces in
existence. It has been so thoroughly and
widely demonstrated as to bo a mutter ?f
positive certainty and familiar knowlodgo,
that tho Bitters will not only robabilitate tho
physique, whon shattered and wastod by dis-1
ease, but will also, if taken systematically,
actually compensate the constitutionally fee
bio frame for its deficiency of strength, and
by infusing new life into a weak By stem, en?
dow it with tho health and vigor which nature
has denied it. Tho Bitters also nuable tho
body to resist tho enervating Influences of
beat, humidity, and changes from a tempe?
rate to a hot climate. It ison these accounts I
specially to be recommended to travelers and
residents in tho torrid zone, and persons sub?
jected to abrupt transitions in temperatura.
M 1KB HOME ATTRACTIVE.-Nothing adds
more to the handsome appearance of a. house
outside, and to its cheerfulness ineido, than
good clear window glass, and bright-colored
ornamental glass at tho sides and over tho
tops of the doors. Tho first lots in all the I
bright warm light of tho sun, while the latter
admits the light at tho aame time that it
shuts off tho view of prying eyes. Tho boat
French and American glass, both plain and
ornamental, as well aa doora, sashes, blinds,
balusters, newels,mantels, Ac, aro to bo had
of Mr. P. P. TOA LE. No. 20 llayno street,
Charleston, 8. C._F20$
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE firm of FRANKLIN & FINK is thia
day dissolved by mutual consent. All
liabilities prior to March ll, 1871, have been
assumed by the present proprietor.
WM. M. FINE.
O. R. FBANKLIN. WM. M. FIKE.
CoLUMniA, 8. C., March ll, 1872.
March 12 _ 6 _ j
Groceries, Wines and Liquors
AFULL SUPPLY of CtlOIOK FAMILY
GROCERIES, in all their varieties. Best
brands Champagnes, Wines, Liquors, ?CO.,
suitable tor Christmas, on hand and for sale
low.by JOHN AGNEW ?V S<>N.
Thorburn's Garden Seeds.
ALA ROE assortment of lr sah GARDEN
SEEDS, Union Sets, Ac, for rale low.
_Jnn 13 KDWAHI? ITOPF.^
Corn nnd Oats.
IA A A BUSHELS WHITE CORK,
.Ul/U 300 bushels FEEDING OATS,
for salo low for catii. E. HOPE.
COTTON SEED REFINED OIL, hy th? gal
lon or barrel. Also, i,u glaass, pints and
quarts. Fnrsalclnw. K. MOPE.
New Spring Goods.
. M I HAYE just received niv Block of
(.SPRING amt BUMMER CASSI MERES, I
(Bf VESTING8, Ac, to which 1 would invite
"~Uittho attention of the public. Thc stock I
comprises all styli? and prices, and will be
mado to order in thc most fashionable man?
ner. C. U. EBERHARDT.
_ ^b 2_2
IjlORsale at New York rates, st
* TH E CITIZENS' RAVI NOS HANK.
MR. J. H. DAVIS was admitted a Funner !
in our house, Fe hrniirv 21, 1872
March 2 lt. <h SHIVER ?V CO.
Imported Cordi ils.
rilli E undersigned hus Inst opened H Int ol
J. IMPORTED CORDIALS, of various kinds,
embracing Perfect Love, Vanilla, Lose,
Anisette, otc Also, Imported Maraschino,
IJnracoa and Absinthe. T. M POLI <>< K.
rjpiIH undersigned ha? now in ?tdre ?.nd re
X coiving a full supply of thosn woll . ?la
hlishid Fertilizers ot Mco?rs. Wilcox, iiibbs
& Co., tho PIKEXIX. MANIPULATED and
GUANO, SALT and PLASTER COM Pf ?UND,
and is now ready to lill order*, abd tdiip by
railroad to any given point. Call and t cir
onlai'H. giving prie s and particulars. At
prest nt prie, s of cotton. It will luke hut au
increased yield of 2.'? t<? 30 ? on nd? t<> ?.r, p
200 pounds (?inno. J. ?. CHAMBERS*
Feb biglin > (bduiiitus. O.
Early Garden Corn.
fTUIE finest ?nd large-t assortment of early
X COHN in tho market,at reduced pilcos. I
have just received:
Karly Sugar Corn,
12 ?mi 11 row?,
White Flint, large.
Loni; P?'d Prolific Peas, I wi Wo pen? In a
pod; Kxtn Early Peas, Trophy Tomato,
McLean's Little Gem. improved Ego; Plant.
For side st E. If. HEINITSIVS
Feb 2 ) J Drug and Chemical Store.
Norwood's Patent Cotton Planter.
PARTIES wishing to purehaao COTTON
PLANTERS will consult their interests
by calling at PHILIP MOI K'S Wagon Manu?
factory, whero the best and most complete
Cotton Planters in tito South .no manufac?
tured and Bold. PHILIP MOTZ,
Assembly, between Lady and GervaiB streets.
March 1 _ Imo
Rosa Leo-4 Indian Girl."
FINALLY yiolding to the numerous urgent
requests which have boen pressed upon
her by prominent citizens of Columbi?, the
famous young nativo t?ougatrcaa r.nd Come?
Mrs. J. A. OATES,
haH decided to BO change her ronlo as to visit
Comraouoing on MONDAY EVENING, March
18. appearing in tho very best of her mont
celebrated impereoiiatinns, in which abo will
bo supported by lier entire great
ooanc OPERA COMPANY.
The performanco on MONDAY EVENING
will consist of touchstone's charming Operatic
TUB DAUGHTER OF THE UEGIMENT,
And the successful Comic Sketch entitled
An Alarming Sacrifice,
On TUESDAY EVENING, Offenbach's cele?
brated Comic Opera,
THE PRIMA DONNA OF A iii ET,
And Buckstonc's jovial Farce of
NA1 , TUE GOOD-FOE-NOTHING.
On WEDNESDAY EVENING, Flanche'? '
most elegant and comical Musical Comedy,
THE FLOWER GIRL OF PARIS.
The salo nf reserved scats will commence
at LyBrand'a Music Store, on Friday, the lGlh
instant, at 9 o'clock A. M. Admission $1; Ito
Borvnd Seats *1_25^ Mareil 13 G
Grand Purim Ball,
Gaza Lodge No. 168, I. 0. B. B.
A QUAND Masquerade and Civil Dress
BALD will h? fciven by Gaza Lodjre, on
MONDAY EVENING, March 25, 1872, at
Tickets can be procured at tho following
gontlemen'a places of husioess: Messrs. H.
Solomon, T. M. Pollock, D. Epstin and luaac
The committoe reaervo tho right to unmask
any individual. All maake to bo taken off at
13 o'clock P. M.
No tickets for aale at the door.
Prof. LyBrand'a Band will furnish music '
for the occasion. J. GOLDSMITH,
Chairman Committee of Arrangements.
First m the Field.
SITO GOODS! SITO GOODS!
PRINTS, Delainoe, Poplina, Gaaaimcrea,
Joans and Tweeds.
A full stock of FANCY GOODS.
Now is the time to pui chase, beforo they ad
vance in price..
P. S. Heavy gooda sold at oost.
C. F. JACKSON,
Feb 18 Next door to Agnow A Hon.
200 dozen just roceived.
NEW AND EXQUISITE SHADES
STREET AND EVENING.
Two Buttons, $1.50
Single " 1.00
E. C. SHIVER & CO.'S.
R. C. SHIVER & CO.'S.
Removal and Slight Change.
THE undersigned informs her
ifriends and patrons that she hui.
Jremovi d to the ?veil known dry
roods hou-c ot the Messrs. Kittani,
whol e she is prepared lo exhibit a
selected stock of articles in the
MILLINERY LINK, which shu is confident
will gratify her patrons, lb r stock of spring
goods in particularly pt etty. Call nt the
store of tho Messrs. Kitiard.
Keb 18 M ?tS. A. Mo?OJt?lI< K.
Gourd Seed Corn
AFEW bushels I'cntisvtvni.ia GOURD
SEEDCOHN, fir need. Very productive
and adapted to this chuinte, l'or sale by
l -l. il E. HOPE.
i?">/"Y?Y RAR EELS selected SEEP POTA
?d\?\/ 'l' O ES--Pink-Eyes, Early Kose,
Jackson Whites, Pe net) Blows and Early
Goodrich, foi sale low by
Jan 10 EDWARD HOPF.
ALL persons or parties indebted to thc tin
deraigned, or to E. ?V fl. D. Hope, pre?
vious lo the 1st ol January last, will come for?
ward and make settlement within tbirt v days,
and savo costs of suit. E. HOPE.
_American Club Fish.
^f^f1^^ A DELICIOUS relish; better
and much cheaper thun Sardines. 1er sale
by_h 1_?iOr E.
Fresh Garden Seeds.
PEAS, Boana, Corn, Cabbage, and every
variety of fresh and genuine Seeds, for
salo hy FISHER & NILEIM AN. Druggists,
Jan 20_Opposite Colombia Hotel.
Stultz'o Pancake-"Indian Girl."
State of South Garolina---Union Oo.
COURT OF PRORATE.
Samad J. Mayos, administrator of B. J.
Junes, deceased, plaintif!, against Eleanor
Joues, Hetty Jones and Richard Jones, de?
fendants.- Copy Summons for Relief-Com.
To TUE DEFENDANTS:
YOU aro hereby summoned and required
to answer tho complaint in this action,
of which a copy is herewith served upon you,
and to Borve a copy of your answer to tho
said complaint on the subscriber, at his of?
fice, at Union, South Carolina, within twenty
days after tho service hore.of, exclusivo of tho
day of such service; and i< you fnil to answer
the complaint within tho limo aforesaid, tho
?ilmni iii in this action will apply to tho Court
or the relief demand? d in tho complaint.
Dated January lu, lb72
J. H. ST TEDMAN,
To TUE DEFENDANT, ELEANOR JONES:
Take notice that tho summons in this ac?
tion, of which tho foregoing is a copy, was
filed in tho ellice of tho Judgo of tho Probate
Conrt for Union County, at Union Court
HOUBO, in tho State of South Carolina, on thu
7th day of Jauuarv. A. D. 1872.
JAMES B. S TEEDMAN,
Feb 10 sfi Plaint ?n's Attornov.
XTTTE have just received tho latest etylcs
March 5 CHILDS A WILEY.
Sale of King's Mountain Railroad.
Theodore D. Wagnor and Anbury Coward.
TrusteoB, vs. the King's Mountain Railroad
Company.-Foreclosure of Mortgage.
By II. II. DeLBON.
IN pursuance of tho terms of a Mortgage
executed by tho King's Mountain Rail?
road Company, on the l?th day of March,
18GG, and by virtuo of tho powers thereiu
granted, ws will tell, at public auction, at
Charleston, B.C., on WEDNESDAY, March
20, 1871, at ll o'clock, at corner East Bay and
The entire RAILROAD of tho said Compa?
ny, including tho bed and supersti uctures of
said Road, tho materials used in construe
tion, tho stations, station-house depots,
storo-hou8cs, work-shops, machinery and lix-,
tures thereon, and all the engines and rolling
stock, together with all the rights, privileges I
and easement belonging or appertaining toi
said Railroad Company.
Terms cash; purchaser* tr? pay for papen
and stamps. THEODORE D. WAGNER,
J-.in 14 Trust?!??*.
Oi\f\ Anil FEET OF LUMBER,
f)U' ',UUU GO.hUO feet o? well HO?
soued Flooring on hu nd.
Orders tor Lath, ami all kinds Lumber filled
at short notice. Apoly at ?mr Lumber Yard,
on Lady street and Greenville Railroad, or
address W. Li ?Wu Y A CO.,
0;.t29Cmo Box 130. Columbia. B c.
ia*popular Cutten Plant?
ers, warranted satis?
factory or no sale.
Garden Plows and Cultivators.
2)0 Dixon Steel Sweep*, better and cheaper
than the Farmer can mike them himself.
Feb ?? L?RICK .': LOWRANCE.
2 (mn lbs. II AMS,
.J IHM) bushels < (>RN,
2O.CO0 lbs. BACON, at prices tint
dl'.-r ever* iinhu^U'ent of other mar*
L?RICK v LOWRANCE.
Copartnership-F ir he r & Silliman. |
III AVE this day hhxcci.it? d with me, in the
Drug slid A j? .linear-. Im-inesH, Mr. L. T.
KILLI .WAN, a gr.iduule'ol ?'hilad. Ipi hi Ch
hvt of I'hurmact li< i.ume and stvlcol thc
:irm veil, he FISHER ... .- ll LIMAN. *
W. C. FISHER.
J v. r i -,\ |G, ! ?72. Jan 20
rf lill: SI'I* \K KR'S CuMJI ENTAI Y. hy RiMi
JL ??i 1 mid "inn Ch rev ol tho Anglican
Chinch V I I. ?:.
Anni .lin 'ti H<-rn. !.? Author l?f Stt-ppit.g
fl es Vi hil r.lf. i i ".-I.
ll it nil... HIV. Nev. I '. Miss Mnh.eh. M.;.
.Lin 11 DUI'"1' !'. >v CHAPMAN.
W M. IL DRUMARD,
/'..?;'"? rit' M u: i" nt ddt r in Piano Forte*..
Jk I 'PL Y 'il ll- I ' .. : < ' e. . ei illu r of J .:uin I
?\ and ll? nd ?fin? Hire l-.or Ht tho bonk*
i o |)ii)he iV (Tiapimiii.
I'le... ir i ? . DrguiiH ??iel Melodious
;'ini'?I iud l.'epi.ir. il, -Ian 2G ?linn
' LO r ?it i'm" Kentucky A
MI LES it nd HORSES, just ur-m^i
rived Cull nt ZJQl
?rAn?* 1> VLY'S STABLES,
Od 7 .>:. AHMi'inhlv street.
FrtiSh liisctnts and Crackers.
LABOE assortment mid choice variety,
j 11 Mt in and for t-ah- low. E HOPI!.
Revenue Stamps! Revenue Stamps!
ALL DENOMINATIONS for salo at Hie
U-mal discount, at, thu SOU PH ('Alto.
LINA RANK AND TRUST CO. Di e 7
Powder. Shot, &c.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of Gun and Blast
f\. Ina POWDER, Shot, Lead, Percussion
Caps, Gun-wads. Ac. on hand and tor sain
low, at wholesale and retail, hy
Doe 20 JOHN AONEW A SON.
BOUOHT at a moderato discount, at
TH K CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
Green Persimmons--"Indian Girl."
THE undersigned have ro
contly oponed an entiro NEW
STOCK of articles in the above
line, which baa boen carefullv
Bolootod. They invito a cafl
from the citizens to inspect their
GOODS AND PRICES.
Thoir Rtock embraces CROCKERY. CHINA
PLATED-WAUK, TABLE CUTLEHY, Kio.
KINGSLAND dc I1B2A1 H,
Under Columbia Hotel.
R. KlNOBLAMD. J. A. HEATU.
.Tan '23 3mo
We offer from this date our entire
Steck of CLOAKS and FURS, at coat
and carriage. Call at once and Iget a
PORTER & STEELE.
Get the Best !
MY lino of WATCHES ia
now full and complete, and
_fcthe public may depend on
getting the best at the lowest possible figures,
as my facilities are euch that I defy competi?
tion from any market.
I have also in store and constantly arriving
all the newest styles of Ladies' Seta, in Dia?
mond, Coral, Cameo, Etruscan, Gold, Jet, ?rc;
elegant designs in Chains, Bracelets, CharraB.
Lockets, Ac; the latest and most beautiful
patterns in solid Silver and heavy Plated
Ware- Goods suited for bridal, holiday and
Repairing in all branches, by the best work?
men and at reasonable ratea.
Oct 13_Columbia Hotel Row.
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE.
WE claim to havo one of the finest
Stocks of WATCH EH, of all beet Eng
_^lisb, Swiss and American makers. V\ ?th
Diamonds a nd other flue Jewelry, our stuck
is large, and we arc going to nell the Goods. I
KEPA I Ul NO and ENGRAVING, in ?1 j
bru nein s, bv the best of workmen.
WM. GLAZE. I
Nov 10 Formerly Glaze A Radcliffe.
LARGE AND FINE STOCK OF I
On Sale at
V. K. GREENFIELD'S REI'OSiTOItV.
riVlE Ruggy stock embraces everything,
JL from thu plain, substantial Concord style \
tn a li^iit. ohgaut i rotting buggy. Four-1
passenger vehicles in large vartetj. inelndii g ;
UIOWIICIIH, Itoekanays, l'hn>tons, Victorias, .
ai.d ti ne? style ni fimr-senl Buggy. Tbi
stunk i? ?ll fresh hmm Ibu faclorii s, is of th? i
latest dct-igu, and, md least important, is I
being fold ?t ver\ low prices. Dec 20
ONE pen -benn "FINEST OAMPBEL1 ON."
td' inv own direct iiiipi rtaiioti; via New
York. This, by actual tret, is lt? per cent,
ovi r prm t. und is pronounced ly? all who
havo tested or tasted it, KB ttia fluent ever
brought tu Columbia. ,
Full stock old WINKS and BRANDIES,
Holland GIN, Jamaica RUM, Scotch Eng?
lish atid German ALES, London and Dublin
PORTER, ( Ult ACO A and MARASCHINO.
Mod und ( halidon CHAMPAGNES, o? thc
famous vintage, 1803-finest of tho century.
Reasonable prices und lull satisfaction Rua?
ran teed. GEO. SYMMERS.
New Books, by Express ,
For Safe nt Itryan ?fc tVeChrttr'?.
SEVEN DECADES OF TUE UNION. By
Henry A. Wiso. (2.
Life ami Times of John Wesley, Founder j
of the Methodists. By L.Tycrtnan, London. .
History of tho Working ami Burgher
Classes. By Cansar?a*'. f '2 .r>().
Winifred Cnnibernudo, u Storv by George
Character. By Samuel Smiles. (1.50.
Systematic Theologv. By Charita Hodge,
Darwin's Naturalist's Voyage around ?ho
A nnmber of now London Novels, cheap
AIHO. new standard works, jnst published.
SPRING GOODS ! !
OPENING. MONDAY, A MAGNIFICENT
Ladies' LACE COLLARS and SLEEVES.
Full line of
LadicB' MADE-UP UNDER-GABMENTB,
Now stylo 8PRING PRINTS and CAM?
BRICS, just suited tor thc eeason.
AU Departments aro now fully replenished
with now and
! SEASONABLE GOODS,
j And will ho Bold at uniformly
i Low Prices!
W. D. LOVE A CO.
W. D. LOVE,
B. B. McCKKKnv. Feb 18
WHEELER & WILSON'S
By Committee of Practical Machinists.
ri MIE simplicity, durability, case of manage
J_ ment and great range of work of this
Machino bas made it tho universal favorite,
and leading family Sewing Machiue for more
than twonty years, and heneo it is no experi?
ment to buy one.
For sale on monthly instalments, second
door below PHOENIX office, Columbia, 8. C., by
A. J. PUR8LEY,
Fob 27_Agent for Puraloy A Trump.
. Copartnership Notice.
THE subscribers, having this day formed a
copartnership, to bo known and styled as
HOWIE A ALLEN, and having leased for a
term of years the shops and machinery, and
bought the materials on the premises former?
ly occupied by James M. Allen, are prepared
to enter into contracta for building or the
finishing of all ebop-made materials, snob as
BLINDS, Doors. Saab, Window Frames, Ao
Ac. Aleo, tho Dressing of Lumber, Scroll
Sawing and Turning, and would respectfully
solicit a share of the public patronage.
HOWIE <fc ALLEN.
JOHN M. HOWIE, EDWARD AI.I.KN.
COLUMBIA. November 13,1871. Deo 16 Sroo
Columbia Music Store.
LyBrand & Son
TAKE pleasure in calling the attention nf
tho public to an examination of their
STOCK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con?
sisting of Pianos, Church and Parlor Organs,
Mclodeous, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Flutes,
Actordeons, Rraas and Silver Baud Instru?
ments of all kinds. Also, Sheet Music and
Instruction Books for every class of Musical
Instruments on hand at all times. Sheet
Music sent bv mail, post pod, on receipt of
price; and all kinds of Musical Goods sont by
Express, when ordered, to any part of tho
Stato, marked C. 0. D. Good Second-hand
Pianos and Organs for sale cheap, for cash.
Piauns, Organs aud Melodeons timed and re?
paired in a satisfactory manner; and will give
especial attention te Packing. Removing and
Shipping Pianos for other parties to any poin
desired, at moderate pt ices.
All orders promptly attended to and satis?
faction guaranteed to those favoring ns with
their patronage Send for our catalogue of
Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise, 'tay?
lor street, Citizens' Savings Bank Building,
Colombia. S. 0_ N?>v 7
M. H. BERRY'S
Mn iu St rei t, >i?'/r t'litin.
NOW on limul ?nd d.iily re?
iving from the mmiufac
rorie* o? N< w York, Boston,
Oneil nut . ainl Louisville, tho
larges? assortment ??r FUR
MTUPF evitr kept di lld?market.eoneii-ting
in p-.iri nf Walnut Pxrlur, Clian.ber and Pin
hig-Room Suits; 2I?H Redstead* of ?liff? rent
pat toi us. in Walnut ..!?.! Imitation; air??, the
celebrated Gtioruia split-l ? it?.m Ol *ii>.
All kind-.-i MATTKKFKEH made to order.
UPHOLSTERING ami REPAIRING fl??n?i nt
?hortest nolie?' stol in lite l?eoi tiiHtitn-r.
! ? tie?- ?.??.li nm! Oe??ii. rlo-sn Oct Sn
Thc Dexter Stables.
TUE uiiderH?gtied have re
fjt in iv ? ?I then Stable? In the new
b?iMii ?-'. imm?'i'i*itnij South ol
" 7ii ^?kVfclatiui?v's llaU, ai?il, willi ? new
\KC^Z?r Vsti.ek of CARRIAGES. LUG
OIKS Him fine HORSES, are pt opal od Iii sr
'?< wer all calls that maybe IHH?1?- upon them.
Horses bought and s>>iii ? II c? m?i.issioi>.
Persons iii watit ot goml .-i?>ek. ure invited lo
give ns a call. Liberal ?Ivane?-?, made OD
itoel: lett rot sale. BOYCE .v CO.
VY. IL Rover..
C. ll I'm risoiT i.. f?i> 24
CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
^-o I FIAYG on hand a select_
S/7\ eb'ck..f WATCHES..TEWEL-C?a6?a
?I?RY, CLOCKS. SILVER and PLATED
VA ARE, which 1 will disnone of at most rea?
sonable prices. Also, SPECTACLES to suit
REPAIRING in my lino done promptly and
on gootl tel ms.
All articles and work warranted to bo ae
represented. GEO. BRUNS,
2d door below PUONIX office, Main street.
-| j-\f\ DOZEN AXES.
IVJv./ 43 bales Bagging.
200 bundles Arrow Ties.
20 dozen Railroad Shovels.
200 Dairs Trace Chaina.
Just received and for Bala at lowest market
pri?es. L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
Gold and Silver
BOUGHT and sold, at
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
Extra Ponies-"Indian Girl.'