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BY JULIAN A. SELBY
0. F. JACKSON,
LEADER OP LOW PRICES.
HAS in storo tho greatest variety of
FANCY ARTICLES, RIBBONS,
Ac., ever offered in this market?all of
which ho will dispose of at vory low
SPRING GOODS, of all shades and
colors, to an inspection of which the
ladies oro particularly invited.
128 MAIN STREET.
~ A. FEW FACTS
That We Wish the People to Know:
1TBLAT we have an entiro NEW
? STOCK OF DRY GOODS.
THAT wo have an entire new Btock
? of CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS, MAT?
TINGS, RUGS and WINDOW SHADES.
THAT wo have an entiro new stock
? of Ladies', Gents' and Children's
SHOES; decidedly the largest variety
and the best work ever shown in this
ALL tho abovo wo are prepared to
SELL CHEAPER and givo you
BETTER GOODS than any other houso
in the trade.
JONES, DAVIS & BOTJKNIGHTS,
Successors to R. C. Shiver &? Co.
NEW FRESH GOODS
J. H. Kl WARD'S
LARGE assortment of rich and beauti?
ful DRESS GOODS.
The styles and patterns of PRINTS
are numberless in variety, and every de
' partment of his largo establishment has
been replenished with accessions re?
freshingly seasonable and accommodat?
The Millinery Department
Is superbly stocked.
f?S'Mr. Kinurd invites a call.
Attractions Still Increasing
GRAND CENTRAL DRY GOODS ESTAB'MENT
ACASE of Japanese POPLD^S, at 50
cents a yard?worth double.
10 pieces SUMMER SILKS, at 75 cents
a yard?worth $1.00 a yard in New York.
10 pieces blaok GRENADINES, at 50
cents a yard?awful cheap.
A. case of RIBBONS, comprising all
Rhodes and widths, at popular prices.
100 -dozen Ladies' SILK TIES, in ull
the l&tes styles and colors.
AR the departments have been largely
replenished the past week.
It will pay every one needing such
goods as we keep to examine the exten
fdvo and choice assortment of goods at
Dry Goods Establishment
WM. D. LOVE & CO.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Samples sent gratuitously to all parts
- of the country on application.
Prepare Your Own
r.Y USING THE
Granular Effervescent Salts.
EOCKBRIDGE ALUM, VICHY, CRAB
ORCHAD, KISSINGEN, FRIED
RIOHSHALL. The Salts represent in a
oondensed and agreeable form the me
dioinal constituents of these various
Mineral Waters, and from their conve?
nience and comparative cheapness, are
coming rapidly into use.
One or two largo tea-spoon-fnls added
to-a email tumbler of water, instantly
reproduces a draught of the natural
Water,1 accompanied by a sparkling
effervescence. For sale at
L. T. SDLLBIAN A CO.'S
Aptil 8 Drugstore.
CITY HALL GROCERY.
GRAND OPENING of spring and sum?
mer GROCERIES, WINES, and so
I? on, B?ch oa .
Vis; ..Hams, Smoked Beef, Tongues,
Breakfast Strips, Ac.
As Pressed Corned Beef, Canned Sal?
mon, Lobster, OVeterB, (extra,) Toma?
toes, PeaaJ Apricots, Pine Apple, Ac.
As i the finest Fancy Family Flour,
Pearl- Grist, Fresh Bolted Meal, Gilt
Edge Butter, Puvo Leaf Lard, Raw and
Parched Coffees, and Teas of unap?
proachable purity and flavor.
Wines, Brandies, Ruma, Gins, Whis?
kies, Champagnes, Clafefa, Hocks?all o?
guaranteed purity, strength' and general
My Stock iff replenished daily; the few
goods enumerated obovo are but n small
portion of the Block which is offered, at
attractive prices, in the handsomest store
in Columbia. GEO. SYMMERS.
"Let our Just Censu
THRASHERS, HORSE POWERS, EN?
GINES, FAN MILLS, GRAIN
CRADLES, REAPERS, Ac, Ac, at ma?
nufacturers' price. Send for catalogue
to L?RICK & LOWRANCE,
April 22 Columbia S. C.
Who feeds me from bis grocery store,
And shows mo every dtiy a score
Of dainties, liner than before?
Groceries, Family Supplies, Pure
Liquors, Wines, &c.
Whoso clerks are smiling, childlike,
And always at my service stand
Attentive to my least command?
Breakfast Strips, Beef Tongues, Sal?
mon Bellies, Fulton Market Beef,
Canned Goods and Other Delicacies.
Who cares for no man's smile or frown.
While he can keep his prices down,
Yet sells the finest goods in town?
A Splendid Assortment of New Cof?
fee and Teas?Japan, Oolong, Gun?
powder, Hyson, Imperial and Mixed
And can I ever cease to be
The best of customers to thee,
Who always did so well by me,
Fancy Crackers, Raisins, Nuts, New
Flour and Buckwheat.
I'll keep to the store I like so well,
"Nenth Mr. Gorman's big hotel, ?
And kept by Hurdv S-O-L
jJ^Prices still lower, and goods fresh
every day. April 9
S P 8 I S S
Now in store, and to be sold nt low
B. 6 W. C. SWiffliLft.
CHILDREN'S $2.50 to $7.00.
BOYS' $9.00 to $14.00.
KIN ARD & WILEY.
jt Spring Clothing! i.
g Spring Clothing I
H Spring Clothing!
The Largest and Best stork
Ever soen here,
AT D. EPSTIN'S,
UNDER COLUMBIA HOTEL.
STYLES, New and Handsome!
FABRIC and DESIGN, Elegant!
BEST MAKE UP!
PRICES, Lower than qger!
Very full lines of Boys' and Youths'
CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS and
Call and examine at
April 4 Under Columbia Motel.
a Grea* Bargains at Solomon'!.
rrjT/ARDY SOLOMON has reduced
XX BUTTER ten cents a pound.
Good Mountain Butter 20 cents per
! pound. April 16
JMBIA, S. 0., SATURDAY
Dr. Geo. Howe, Jr.,
OFFICE over W. C. Fisher's store.
Residence corner of Blandina and 1
Pickens street. April 23 ltuo$
FORTY bushels extra CLUSTA
gMAi COTTON SEED, for side at $2.50
?ESa per bushel.
Also, ten bushels David Dickson's
I CLUSTER SEED, received from him
direct. Price $5 per bushel.
April 23 2 _R. ONE ALE, Jr..
Yc Grande Martha Washington Tea Parlyel
Will be given at
VT7 UTPTf nTTTOT TTATTT?
1X1 XVXX. IUI ViJUXtu XXXI I ixixV,
Yo following days:
TEUSDAY, APRIL 27TH,
Ye First Partye.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28TH,
Yc Second Partye.
UNDER yo auspices of ye Roard of
Ladye and Gentlemene Managers.
Yc entire Halle will be at tho disposal
of yo folks, and they can there disport
Ye doors will bo open at 8 o'clock.
Then yo enticing and appetizing sup?
pers will commence.
Friends will eato no dinners or sup?
pers before coming.
Musick by ye celebrated Poste Band.
Yo gallanto soldiors will bo in attend?
ance, as ye Guardo of Honor during the
/TT-ifTiekots of admission, 25 ctnL^.
Can be had of yo Ladye Managers, at all
yo booke-storcs, and at ye doore.
For the Benefit of tho
OPERA HOUSE, MONDAY EVEN?
ING, April 2(5.
#K3~TicketH for sale at bookstores. Dr.
Miot's and Dr. Fisher's drug stores, and
at the door. April 18
THE Mechanics' and Farmers' Build?
ing and Loan Association, of Rich
land, is now receiving deposits of $1.00
and upwards, and allowing interest at
tho rate of G per cent, per annum on all
amounts over $10.00, which remain .'10
days or longer. Deposits received by
I T. II. Gibbes, Treasurer, at the Central
I National Bank, R. D. SENN,
April 22 X_President.
NOTICE is hereby given that JOHN
AGNEW, administrator of the estate
of James S. McMahon, deceased, has ap
Elied to Hon. B. I. Boone, Judge of Pro
ate in and for the County of Rickland,
for a final discharge as such administra?
tor. It is ordered that the 21st day of
May, A. D. 1H75. be fixed for hearing of
petition and a final settlement of said
estate. B. I. BOONE.
Judge of Probate, Bichland Conntv.
New Spring Millinery.
MRS. M. O'CONNERhiu. just
Lopened, at the store formerly
foccupied by F. B. Orchard &
Co., a fine and well selected
stock of MILLINERY AND
I FANCY GOODS, to which she would in?
vite the attention of the ladies of Colum
j bia und vicinity. Prices moderate.
April 2 lmt
MISS CORDELIA MORDECAI, Co?
lumbia, S. C, announces that her
establishment, South-west corner of
Sumter and Lady streets, is prepared to
accommodate BOARDERS, permanent
and transient, where the taste and com?
forts of the most fastidious will be gua?
ranteed. March 20 \
Odd Fellows' School.
THE undersigned has taken
charge of this School, and re
? spccttully solicits patronage.
No labor sparet to advance
pupils committed tn his care.
Terms - Primary Department, 00 per
month; Intermediate, $-1.00; Languages,
S5.00. J. J. MoCANTSi'
April 5 lmo Principal.
rriHRASllERS, HOUSE POWERS. EN
JL GINES, FAN MILLS, GRAIN
CRADLES, REAPEBS, Ac.. &t\, ut ma?
nufacturers' price. Send for catalogue
to L?RICK A LOWRANCE,
April 22 Columbia, S. 0.
At H. L. Bryan's Bookstore.
GEORGE IV, His Life and His Court?
Scientific London, by Beokor?$1.75.
Science and Religion, by Dr?per?
$1.75. Farrar's Lifo of Christ?$2.50.
Tho Shadowed Homo, by Bickersteth?
$1.50. Conquering and to Conquer, by
Schonberg Cotta Family?$1.25. Vernes'
Journey to the North Pole?$1.50. Ralph
Wiltons Weird, by author of Wooing
O'L?$1.25. Tho Science of Law, by
Also, a variety of now English Novels,
paper covers, by Mrs. Olyphant, For
geon, author of "Castle," Mrs. Broddon,
Wilkio Collins and others. Aprilj22
Dr D. B. Miller
OFFERS his professional services to
tho public. Residence, Control
Hotel. Office, Fair's Building, Plain
street. April 10 lm$
Davis' Diamond Hams.
AFULL supply of these ohoice HAMS
just received and for sale by
April 10 JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Attend the Time Event."
MORNING, APRIL 24, 1875
The Symptoms of Liver Complaint arc
nneasinesB and pain in the Hide. Some?
times the pain is in the shoulder, and iB
mistaken for rheumatism. The Btomaoh
affected with loss of appetito and sick
iness, bowels in general costive, and
sometimes alternating with lax. Tho
head is troubled with pain, and dull,
heavy sensivtion, considerable loss of
memory, accompanied with painful sen?
sation of having left undone something
which ought to have been done. Often
complaining of weakness, debility and
low spirits. Sometimes many of tho
, above symptoms attend tho disease, and
at other times, very few of them; but the
Liver is generally the orgun most in?
For all Diseases of the Liver, Stomach and Spleen !
TT is evidently a Family Medicine, and by being kept ready for im
JL mediate resort, will save many an hour of suffering, and many a
dollar in time and doctors' bills.
After forty years' trial, it is still receiving the most unqualified testi?
monials of its virtues from persons of Hie highest character and re?
sponsibility. Eminent physicians commend it as the most
for Constttation, Headache, Pain in the Shoulders, Dizziness, Sonr
Stomach, bad taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, Pain in the region of tho Kidneys, Despondency, Gloom and
forebodings of evil; all of which are the offspring of a diseased Liver.
If you feel Dull, Drowsy, Debilitated, have frequent headache,
Mouth tastes badly, poor Appetite? and Tongue Coated, you arc suffer?
ing from Torpid Liver, or "Biliousness," and nothing will euro you so
spocdily nnd permanently.
Tho Liver, the largest organ in the body, is generally the seat of tho
disease, and if not Regulated in time, great suffering, wretchedness
and DEATH will ensue.
Armed with this ANTIDOTE, all climates and changes of water and
food may be faced without fear. As a remedy in MALARIOUS
FEVERS, BOWEL COMPLAINTS, RESTLESSNESS, JAUNDICE,
NAUSEA, the Cheapest, Purest and Best Family Medicine in tho
"1 have never seen or tried such a simple, efficacious, satisfactory
and pleasant remedy in my life."?11. ILviNES, St. Louis, Mo.
"I occasionally use, when my condition requires it, Dr. Simmons'
Liver Regulator, with good offecL"?Hon. Alex. II. Stevens.
"Your Regulator has been in use in my family for some time, and I
am persuaded it is a valuable addition to the medical science." -Gov.
J. Gell Shorten, Alabama.
"I have used tho Regulator in my family for the past seventeen
vears. I can safely recommend it to the world iis the best medicine I
have ever used for that class of diseases it purports to cure."?H. F.
"Simmons' Liver Regulator has proved a good and efficacious medi?
cine."?C. A. Nuttino, President of City Bank.
"Wo have been acquainted with Dr. Simmons' Liver Medicine for
.moro than twenty years, and know it to be the best Liver Regulator
offered to the public*"?M. R. Lyon and II. L. Lyon, Druggists, Belle
LIVER JcK "FTKGfrTJT ? ATOIt !
CONSTIPATION, JAUNDICE, BILIOUS AT
TACKS, SICK HEADACHE, COLIC, DEPRESSION OF SPIRITS.
SOUR STOMACH, HEART BURN, Ac., Ac,
X"t TTas 3STo ?E2QLxx?tX.
Is a faultlcsB Family Medicine.
Does not disarrange the system.
Is sure to cure if taken regularly,
Is no drastic violent medicine,
Does not interfere with business,
Is no intoxicating beverave,
Contains the simplest and best remedies.
CAUTION.?Buy no Powders or Prepar
REGULATOR, unless in our engraved wra
Stamp and Signature unbroken. None other Is genuine.
Jan :J0 JwGmo J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Macon. Ga., and Philadelphia.
I' SIMMONS' LIVER
pper, with Trade Mark.
Atmosi-iie?c Diseases.?The air, with?
out which no creature could live, is the
source of diseases of which millions die.
j At this season, especially, tin.' atmosphere
IT is our intention to handle cxelu-iis full of the germs of many kinds of
sivelyourown brands of CIGARS, i sickness. Every globule of the mistend
and in order to close out all odd brands ; fog which cloud the earth aud sky in
in stock, we will hold a "Smokers' Fes-[spring holds in solution its portion of
tival" for a few days. Ye smokists, call ] miasmatic poison.
and take part Such an opportunity will I The evil effects of ibis icriul virus can
never otter again. | only be certainly averted by increasing
PERRY A SLAWSON,
April 22 Cigar and Tobacco Store.
General Southern Baptist Convention,
C1IARLKSTOU, 31AV O, '75.
-forr>- Jcagg?.' _?tis: i
GitEKXvn.iJ? A Columbia, R. R. Co..
Coj.umkia, S. ('.", April Hi, lh7">.
"130UND TRIP TICKETS will be sold,
jLA> commencing MAY 1st, to all who
wish to attend the above meeting, good
to return at any time thereafter, at SIN?
GLE FARE ONE WAY. at all the princi?
pal Stations on the line of this and the
Blue Ridge- Railroad.
THOS. 1)01) AME AD,
Jaiiez Nohton, Jit.. General Ticket
Agent, April 17
NOTICE is hereby given that JOHN
AGNEW, executor of tho estate of
Daniel R. Uowell, deceased, 1ms applied
to Hon. B. I. Boono, Judge of Probate,
in and for tho County of Richland, for a
final discharge as executor. It is ordered
that tho 21st day of May, A. D. 1875, be
fixed for hearing petition, and a final
settlement of said estate.
B. I. BOONE,
! Judge of Probate, Richland County.
Tub Laut Wabhinoton Tea Paktt.?
Tho roceptions will bo held on Tuesday
and Wednesday evenings next?April
27 and 28. The object is to realize a
fund to assist in the construction of a
lecture room for the First Presbyterian
Chnrch. The foUowlng aro the managers:
Ladle.??Mrs. F. W. McMaster, Mrs.
Jane Dargan, Miss Mary McKenzie.
OaxUemtn?Col. F. W. McMaster, Messrs.
Ebon Stenhouse, H. Muller, W. Clark,
R. L. Bryan, Jus. R. Scott, R. O'Noale,
C. Beck, Jos. Morris, F. W. Wing, Dr. E.
In forwarding subscriptions to the
PnoxNix and Quukis, don't forget the
the vital activity of the system and
.securing the full and free exercise of all
its natural functions, and hence it is,
that Hoslttter's Stomach Bitters, tho
gr< at nerve strengthened regulator and
antidote to malaria, is imperatively re?
quired in the spring months.
It is at this time, too, that Dyspepsia
assumes its most distressing types, and
that persons of bilious habit usually
suffer most There is an influence in the
air which depresses the spirits as well as
the physical energies, and in order to re?
store their.elasticity, tonic treatment is
All the world knows that the wonder?
ful efficacy of Hostetter's Bitters in cascB
of indigestion, biliousness, nervous pros?
tration and malarious fever is due to the
potency of its tonic, alterative and ape?
rient materials and the absolutely pure
stimulant with which they are incorpo?
It iB because the public have been
taught by twenty years' experience, that
the article can be implicitly trusted?in?
asmuch as it performs uniformly and
certainly all that it is advertised to do?
that they prefer this sovereign tonio to
every other. Hence, its immense and
ever-increasing sales; and hence, too,
alas! tho many counterfeits and imita?
tions, ogainBt which there is no safe?
guard, except the close scrutiny of the
purchaser. April 23 f3n
How to REsronE tue PnosrKBxrT of
mc State.?Keep you money at homo.
Do not send away for anything which
you can obtain as well here as elsewhere.
We do not advocate. paying $5 for that
which you can buy abroad for even $4.90;
bnt when yon can buy your Blank Books,
of the bust grade, at prices as low as
New York, then send to Walker, Evans A
Cogswell, Charleston, S. O, and purchase
what you need. All their Blank Books
aro mado in Charleston, and your en?
couragement will sustain a worthy manu?
facturing enterprise. M211
You can get all styles of job printing,
from a visiting card to a four-sheet post?
er, at the Phoenix office. Prices satisfac?
United States Court.
Wo publish tho following interesting
opinion of Hon. Geo. S. Bryan, United
States Judge of tho District of South Ca?
rolina, for ilie iiifuiin?ttO? Of the legal
The United States of America, District of
South Carolina, in the Circuit Court?
Charles Kerrison, assignee, vs. A. T.
Stewart tt at.
?ttpx concur in the conclusion reached by
'tho Circuit Judge, differing only with
him as to his view of tho Court hold in
Greenville. But in spito of that differ
once, and independently of it, coincide
in his judgment.
I hold to the construction of tho juris?
diction of tho District Court of Green?
ville, placed upon it nt the time of its'in?
stitution, und prevailing without dissent,
if I am properly advised, up to tho time
of these proceedings.
This Court has been held to bo a por?
tion of the Circuit Court system of the
State, and interchangeably, with the
Court held in Charleston pnd Columbia,
carried forward the bnsinu?.-. of all suitors
in the United States Courts of the State.
It is objected to this District Court, with
Circuit Court powers, that it cannot pos?
sess the authority and legal potency of a
Circuit Court, and cannot be regarded as
a Circuit Court, because it is not necessary
nor possible for tho Circuit Judgo pro?
per, (of recent institution,) nor an Asso?
ciate Judgo of Supremo Court, (originally
the Circuit Judge,) to bo present at the
sittings of tho Court. And it must bo
conceded that this objection would have
great if not conclusive force, if the pre?
sence of cither of these Judges were ne?
cessary to the constitution of a Cirouit
Court, or to tho legal holding of such
Court. By law it is otherwise. By the
recent Act creating the Cirouit Judgo
proper, as distinguished from the Asso?
ciate Judge of tho Supreme Court, (who
is also a Circuit Judge,) tho District
Judgo is clothed with all the authority of
a Circuit Judge, so far as tho original
business and jurisdiction of tho Cirouit
Court is concerned. In the absence of
either of these Judges, from whatever
cause, he is empowered to hold the Court,
and alono wield thu wholo authority of
the Court, in tho same manner and to the
same extent as could bo exorcised by
either, sitting alone or together with each
other, or with the District Judge. He
cannot, of course, hear an appeal from
himself as District Judge, sitting as Cir?
cuit Judge. This he cannot do in Green?
ville any more than in Charleston. But
the appeals have been and are made as
regularly from his decisions in the dbe
as in the other; and in both they are
made to one of the two Judges alono au?
thorized by law to hear such appeals.
The decisions of the District Judge, as a
District Judge, coming within the scope
of his authority, criminal or civil, as a
District Judgo, are subject, in the way of
appeal, to one or other of the Judges
having appellate jurisdiction over the
District Court of the State. The appel?
late jurisdiction aa to thw entire business
in bankruptcy, transacted in Greenville
or in Charleston, is subject to the same
authority, embracing the one jurisdiction
of tho State, and represented by tho
Judge who has common appellate juris?
diction of all District business proper
throughout the State.
Whero the District Judge in Greenville,
as in Charleston or Columbia, adminis?
ters, the authority and acts vtyv subjects
limited to the Circuit Court, and which
can only be administered by a Circuit
Judge proper, or the District Judge sit?
ting as a Circuit Judge, the appeals are
from him in this Court, as they would be
from him sitting as Circuit Judge in Co?
lumbia or Charleston directly to the Su?
preme Court. His authority, by law, is,
in either case, the same. He exercises
precisely the same authority, and his de?
cisions are to be dealt with in the same
way. By law he is made a Cirouit Judge,
as *I have stated, (with the limitation I
have mentioned,) in Charleston, Colum?
bia and Greenville. He oxercises the
whole authority of the Circuit Court, by
law, alike in Charleston, Greenville and
Columbia. And this authority restB upon
positive legislation, and finds its source
and vindication, in either case, in conve?
nience. Congress has fudged it conve?
nient and expedient that the District
Judge should exerciso the authority per?
manently and aJone in Greenville that he
exercises (with the limitations set forth
in the statutes i when sitting alone and
holding the Circuit Court in Charleston
or Columbia. It was as competent for
Congress to clothe him with this author?
ity in the ono cose as the other. And it
was deemed expedient, and it may be
even necessary, that tho Associate Judge
of the Supreme Court, who waR tho only
Cirouit Judgo when the Greenville Court
was instituted, should bp excusert from
attendance on it. A similar necessity
has called into oxintcnoe the intermediary
class of Circuit JudgcB, who are not As?
sociate Judges of the Supreme Court and
have no final appellate jurisdiction.
It is worthy of note that the class Of
courts to which tho Greenville Court be?
longs, as Conklin in his valuable treatise
observes, (4th ed., p. 266,) possess tho
authority to satisfy the exigency of the
twelfth section of the Judiciary Act,
which confers upon the oitizen tho right'
as a defendant to have the suit removed
to the "next Circuit Court to be held
whero tho suit is pending." A very re?
cent decision of the Supremo Court (18
Wallace, ez parte State Insurance Com- ;
puny,) no longor leaves this a question.
In dealing with the problem, whether
tho so-called Western District can bs
considered a judicial district in the legat,
and hiyhe.it seng? of the term, profitable
reference can again bo made to the
learned, careful and able text writer just
quoted. He says, after treating of tvcA
dictriots, beyond question such: "But of
several other States sub-divisions have
been made of so anomalous a character,