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''Let oar inst Cen mares
Attend the Trne Event.'"
BY J. A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 28, 1872.
VOL. VIII-NO. 34.
WHKRB DID THE INDIANS COME FROM?
The latest intelligence from the Pacific
coast reports that a Japanese junk bad
come ashore on one of the islands of
Alaska, with three living Japanese on
board. The vessel bad been disabled in
a 8 tor m off Japan, and bad drifted 2,500
miles in nine months, twenty-three of
the crew perishing from hunger and ex?
posure. Tho striking occurrence is by
no means unparalleled. Just forty years
ago, a Japaneso vessel with living men
on board came ashore near the mouth of
the Columbia River, in Oregon. It bad
a cargo of rice, and the crow had conse?
quently enough to eat, though their
only drink was water from occasional
rains. Such occurrences assist greatly
in explaining how "America was peopled
-a question very perplexing to our an?
cestors, though late geographical and
ethnological researches show clearly that
there is very little mystery about it. The
Japanese are evidently of the same race
with our Indians, their language boiog
to some extent similar to those of our
tribes; and it ls not at all unlikely that,
during the thousands of years to which
Japan history goes back, many vessels
have floated from their shores to ours,
bearing living perBons of both sexes.
But, even if it were impossible for them
to cross the ocean, it is certain that
Asiatics conld easily make their way to
American shores, Behring's Straits, or
the Aleutian Islands, the distances be?
tween which would be an easy voyage for j
a canoe. Ten or twelve years ago, the
Appleton's published an account of a
voyage down the Amoor, by Perry
McDonough Collins, the first American
who ever descended that river. In this
journal, he constantly spoke of the wild I
tribes on its banks as "Indiana," Wo
remember asking bim at the time why
be called them such, and ho replied,
"because they are Indians." He was
familiar, by long personal observation,
with the tribes in Oregon and Califor?
nia, and deolared he could Bee no mate?
rial difference between them and the
tribes of the Amoor. Ho is a man of
plain common sense, with a mind not|
obfastioated by ethnological or antiqua?
rian studies; and the idea had apparently
never entered bis bead that the Amoor
tribes were not Indians. Their appear?
ance, their garments, their mode of life,
and the lodges in which they dwelt, be
said, were all similar to those of tho na?
tives of Oregon. Their language, also,
seemed to him very much the same,
though, of course, he bad no critical
knowledge of their dialects. Taking this
resemblance for granted, therefore, and
there being no great difficulty in cross?
ing the ocean by way of the Aleutian
Islands, even in canoes, there ia no
longer any mystery about tho peopling
of America. Dr. Da Plongeon, a learned
gentleman, now in our oity, in fact,
maintains, after longN?tudy of Peruvian
antiquities, that civilization and popula?
tion originated on this oontinent. and
that the arts, customs, manners and reli?
gions, of the Chinese, the Hindoos, the
Assyrians and Egyptians are only deve?
loped imitations of Peruvian originals.
It is well known that acoording to Agassiz
and other eminent geologists, this oonti?
nent was the first land that roso above
the ocean that formerly covered the
whole surface of the earth.-Exchange.
The touching spectacle of a boy lead?
ing borne his drunken parent, was wit?
nessed at Burliugton, Iowa, recently.
The progress was quite BIOW, however,
as the boy was considerably the drunker
of the two.
HAVING hoon appointed by tho Judge of
Probate for Richland to tho oflico of
Committee of tho Person and Katata of
THOMAS DAVIS, of thia city, adjudged a
lnbatic, wo respectfully aek that all persons
having demands against him will present
them to ns, or to Messrs. Melton ic Clark, our
C. O. MARSHALL. I
J. KINSLER DAVIS, [ Committee.
The Stallion Charley Ball
2?WILL stand at the '"Dexter
Stables" from this date to tho
1st of June.
TERMS-$15 in advance; tl for
tho groom. April 24 12
Seegers' Seer is Pure.
IT don't contain Coooculus Indians Fisb
Berries to make sleepy or heartache._
Wood! Wood!! Wood!!!
m?f\f\ CORDS of best quality of BLACK
?l\J\J JACK and OAK WOOD, for Bale
cheap, on Gorvais street, next to Roso's hotel.
Orders left at D- Epatin s store, on Assembly
street, will be promptly lilied.
April 51_P. EPBTIN.
IN quality, not price, io true cf thc STOCK
now offered at tho sign of tho INDIAN GIRL.
In order to closo out tho present and malte
room for a very largo stock recently pur?
chased, SEOARS Will be sold remarkably low.
J. J. BROWSE, Agent,
Gilder, Looking Glass and l'icture Frame
^VLD Frames regilded, old Paintings care?
er fully craned, lined and varnished. No.
310 Broad street, Augusta, Ga. Feb 15 thm
North Carolina Hay.
rr pr BALES good N. C. HAY, for sale low,
I O by E. HOPE.
E. H. HEINITSH,
Apotheker nnd Brog'nerien Handler,
Main Sirasse, gegeueber der Fhonix Office.
MOCHTE don geehrt n, Deutsobon diosor
stadt anzeigen da?s er stets die boetitn,
Arzneien Vorrathig hat, Besondor's Doutsoh
Camomille, Blntroinigrndo Pillen, Kaiser
Pillen, Lebon'a Elixir, Queen's Delight, Kina
Kaltfiebor Kur, Lobor und Blut Pillen, und
andero von unsorn Deutschen Landeslonson
?ossriosono Medicinen. A1B, auch den
gutes and radicales hoilmlttol gegen huston
Abo Fancy Artickoi gewohnlich in oinow
Apotheko Gehalten sind stets in besten
auswahl eorrathig. April 8 t
ATMOSPHERIC IHSKASKS-The air,
without which no creature could livo, is the
source of diseases ot which millions die. At
this season, especially, tho atmosphere is full
of tho germs of many kinds of sickness.
Every globule of tho mist and fog which cloud
the earth and sky in spring holds in solutiou
its portion of miasmatic poison.
Tho evil effects of this ?erial virus can only
bo certaiuly averted by increasing tho vital
activity of tho system aud aecuring the full
and freo exercise of all its iv taral functions,
and hence it is that IIOSTETTEH'S STOMACH
BITTERS, tho groat nerve strengthener, re?
gulator and antidote to malaria, is impera?
tively ?quired in tho spring months.
It is at this limo, too, that dyspepsia as?
sumes its most distressing typos, and that
persona of bilions habit -. usually enfler most,
Thero is an inrluonc? in the air which de
presses tho spirits as (voil as tho physical en?
ergies, and in or '.er to restore their elasticity
tonio treatment is absolutely necessary.
All the world knows that the wonderful effi?
cacy of u os tetter's Bitters, in cases of indi?
gestion, biliousness, nervous prostration and
malarious fever 1B duo to the potency of its
tonic, alterative and aperiont matorials, and
the absolutely puro stimulant with which they
It is beoauso tho publio have bopn taught,
by twenty years' experience, that the articlo
can bo implicitly trusted-inasmuch as it per?
forms, uniformly and certainly, all that lt is
advertised to du-that they prefer this sove?
reign tonio to every other. Hence its im?
mense and ever-increasing eales, and boneo,
too, alasl tho many counterfeits and imita?
tions, against which there is no safe guard ex?
cept tho close scrutinv of the purchaser.
isuriH'it'H Kin voit Hg Extract*.-The su?
periority of theso extracts consists in till ir
perfect purity and great strength. They aro
warranted free from poisonous oils and acids.
Joseph Burnett ft Co., Roston, manufacturers
and proprietors. ?Tor sale by all grocers and
I Mature glvcg us Teeth, but elie does not
preserve and purify them. That must be
! dono with fragrant Sozudout. Tho dental
bono and its enamel casing are mada invul?
nerable to all destructive influences by the
daily uso of this beneficent preparation.
What every Horseman Wants-A good,
cheap and reliable Liniment. Such an arti?
cle is Dr. Tobias' Horse Liniment. Pint bot?
tles at $1. For Lameness, Cuts, Galls, Colic,
Sprains, Ac, warranted better than any
other. Sold by tho Druggists. Depot, 10
Park Place, New York.
Dipsomania ia an insane thirst for intoxi?
cating liquors. Habitual dram-drinking pro?
duces it. Yet each Alcoholic Bitter vender
recommends that a dram of his rum (nd
root-juice be taken thrice a day, to prevent
sickness! For all bodily ailmenta, and as a
proteotion against the causes of disease, take
that all-suflicient antidote, Dn. WALK KR'S VI
MEO AB BITTERS, tho pure essence of rare medi?
cinal herbs, unpolluted by distilled poison.
Carbolic Salve, recommended by the
leading Physicians and the President of the
New York Beard of Health, as the most won?
derful healing compound ever known. Gives
instant relief to burns; cures all kinds of
sores, cuts and wounds; and a most invalua?
ble salvo for all purposes. Sold everywhere,
at twenty-five cents. John F. Henry, sole
proprietor, 8 College Place, New York.
Svapnlu ia Opium purified of its sickening
and poisonous properties, discovered by Dr.
Bigelow, Professor of Botan}', Dotroit Medi?
cal College. A most perfect anodyno and
soothing opiato, John Farr, Chemist, N. Y.
Cltrlataaoro'a Hair Dye is the safest and
bost. It corrects tho bad effects of inferior
dyes, whilo tho black or brown tints it pro?
duces are identical to nature. Factory, (38
Maiden Lane, New York.
Pratt'* Antral Oil-Safest and host illu?
minating Oil over mado. Dues not take tire
or explode, if the lamp is upset or broken.
Over'150.000 families continue to uso it, and
no accidents of any description havo occurred
from it. Oil House of Charles Pratt, esta?
blished 1770, New York.
Thc Partit ?nd Swcctcit Cad Liver Oil
in the world is Hazard A. Caswcll's, made on
the sea-shore, from fresh selected livers, by
Caswell, Hazard ft Co., Now York. It is abso?
lutely pure and sweet. Patients who have
once taken it prefer it to oil others. Physi?
cians have decided it superior to any of the
other oils in the market.
Joovln'i Inodorous Kid Clove Cleaner
restores soiled gloves equal to new. For sale
by druggists and fancy goods doalars. Price
25c. per bottle. F. C. Wells ft Co., New York.
KUWy's Phllotoken is an established,
warranted remedy for Painful Menstruation,
and equally efiicicut aa a Norvous Antidoto in
all eases of nervous excitement, stomach and
sleeplessness in malo or female. Sold every?
where for $1.00 a bottle. Morgan ft Risley,
Druggists, New York, General Agents.
A Youthful Appearance aud a Boauliful,
Clear Complexion is the desire of everybody.
Tlds effect is produced by using G. W. Laird's
"Bloom of Youth," a harmless beautifier of
tho skin. Will remove all discoloration, tan.
freckles and sunburns. The use of this de?
lightful toilet preparation cannot be detected.
For salo by all druggists and fancy goods
dealers. Depot, 5 Gold streot, New York.
Airs. Wlnaloiv's Soot tiing Syrup.-It re?
lieves tho little sufferer from pain, cures wind
colic, regulates tho stomach and bowels, cor?
rects acidity, and during the process of tooth?
ing it is invaluable. Perfectly safo in all casee,
aa millions of mothers can testify. April 3 +
Motz's Celebrated North Carolina .
IHAVE a lot of tho above WHISKEY on
hand, and having made arrangements: to
take all Whiskey manufactured by Motz, will
constantly keep it on hand. Can only be hud
at W. J. BLACK'S,
March 27_6mo _ Charlotte, N. C.
Money to Lend,
ON marketable collaterals, at
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
Heinitih's Blood and Liver Fills,
ELEGANTLY sugar-coated, perfectly taste
lesB, and warranted to enro all diseases
of the liver and its kindred complaints. Good
for constipation of tho bowels, disorders of
the stomach, sick and nervous headache, in?
digestion, biliousness, fevers, chills, kidney
affections, fnmalo irregularities. They purify
the blood, and remove all derangements of
tho internal viscera. Put up in a blood-red
colored wrapper, ..nd sold at 25 cents a box,
at HEINITSH'S DRUG STORE.
Fot> 18 _ _t_
A LOT of fino Kentucky
fhum* MULES and HORSES, just ar-rVJ^T
V? rived. Call at ?Qj
.I fl DALY'S STABLES,
Oct 7 On Assembly street.
"Clarissa H ario we"
Plain and Fancy.
R. C. SHIVER & GO.
_ April 25_
AND IIOUsK FURNISHING STOKE.
- TI1E undersigned bavo ro
cently opeued an cntiro new
atoek of now gooda in tho
? hove linc. Avticloe of all
kind? for bouee keeping, ?fcc.
Citizen? aro invit ed to call and examine gooda
aud prices. KINGSLAND &. HEATli,
Under Columbia Hotel.
R. KINGSLAND. J. A. HEATH.
License Law Penalty.
OFFICE AUDITOR RICHLAND COUNTY,
CoLOBiniA, S. C., April 22,1872.
IAM directod by the State Auditor to notify |
merchants, hotel keepers, tavern, board?
ing houao and saloon keepers, railroads, tele?
graph companies, persons holding official
positions in State, County, city, corporations,
institutions of learning, ministers of tho
Gospel, &o., receiving a salary, persons sell?
ing gooda by eample and soliciting orders,
and all who are liable to pay license under
the recent Aot of the General Assembly, that,
after the 110th instant, the penalty of the law,
which is a fine at leaBt double the amount cf
the license, with eix months' imprisonment,
will be applied to all who have not complied
therewith. M. J. CALNAN,
April 24_Auditor Richland County.
New Books Just Received
AT BRYAN'S BOOKSTORK!
THREE CENTURIE8 OF ENGLISH LI?
TERATURE; by Yonge- price $2.
Recollections of Past Life; by sir Henrv
Holland, M. D.-$2.
Leaders of Public Opinion in Englan,.; by
Lackey-$1.75. Christ in Modern Life; by
Brooks, (London)-(2. Around tho World;
by Rev. Dr. Primo, with Plates-$3. The
Wars of tho Huguenots; by Dr. Uanna-fl.50.
South Sea Bubbles; by tho Earl and tho Doc?
tor. Within aud Without; by McDonald
$1.50. At Homo and Abroad; by Hon. John
P. Kennedy-12. Una aud Her Paupers, with
an introduction by Florence Nightengale.
True ae Steel; by Marion Harland. Good-Byo,
Sweetheart; by author of Cometh Up as a
Flowor-75 cents. Mabel Lee; by author Va?
lerie Aylmer-tl. Aud other new standard
Works and Novels.
Abm, a now supply of STEREOSCOPIC
VIEWS, colored and plain. April 21
Initial and Monogram Press.
IS now prepared, with a Press and apper
tainments, to manufacture INITIAL PA?
PER and ENVELOPES to order, embossed
and in colors, of all sizes and quality.
Koopa constantly in store a full stock nf
Fancy and Staple STA ION ERY, BLANK
ROOKS, Fancy Articles and all goods pertain?
ing to a first class Stationery House.
KINARI) & WILEY'S,
(SUCCESSORS TO CHILDS A WI LET )
/CHEVIOT DERRY SUITS.
Blue aud Black Morning Coate,
Cassimore Light Mixed Suits.
Black and Blue Granites.
Youth's, Boy's and Children's Suits.
New style and handsomely m ado Star Shirts.
Silk Scarfs, Ties, Bows, of the latest style.
Linen and Paper Collars and Cuffs.
HATS I HATS ! ! HATS J ! !
Splendid lino. The boat and cheapest in
tho markot. DRESS HATS, silk and beaver,
M. L. KINARD. J. S. WILEY.
April lil_ ly
Revenue Stamps! Revenue Stamps!
ALL DENOMINATIONS for salo at thc
usual disoonnt, at tho SOUTH CARO?
LINA BANK AND TBUST CO. Dec 7
New York Exchange
BOUGHT and sold, at
THE CITIZENS' SAVINOS BANK.
The Doctors Recommend Seegers'Beer
TNproforonco to London Porterand Scotch
Alo. Whv?Thoy know it is vmodultcrarod
TnORRURN'S fresh GARDEN SEEDS will
be sold out at half price.
Anril 18 E. HOPE.
SPRIXG AND SUMMER TRADE !
WE would respectfully invite tho atten?
tion of tho Trade tu our fresh assort?
Anticipating a liberal trado, we aro now
prepared to exhibit in great variety a well
selected stock, embracing every style and
quality of Men's and Boys' WEAR. DRESS
GOODS, PARASOLS, PANIER8, SKIRTS,
SHEETINGS,SHIRTINGS, LINENS, WHITE |
GOODS, and an endless lino of NOTIONS.
As it would be almost impossible ts enume?
rate our large etock, will say, aa the season
advances, a nnmbor of now styles will bo
added, so that purchasers can always roly I
upon being supplied with the latest novelties I
in tho market. All orders receive our prompt
and personal attention. Our prices will bo
I found as low aa any can or will offer for cash.
Soliciting the favor of a call and examination
or our stock, we are, very respectfully,
j April 23 PORTER & STEELE.
THESE in endless variety and always !
fresh. A call and a look over tho stock
?rill satisfy the moat fastidious housekeeper
that every effort is made to supply their
wants, while assurance is given that anything
not in store will bo procured from first hands
on short notice.
Our stock is full in all tho other depart-1
menta. Keeping only tho beet quality of
goods, Belling at close figures, ami anxious to I
do a strictly cash bnsinesB. we offer superior |
inducements in our line. GEO. SYMMERS.
OAA /\/^r? FEET OF LUMBER,
OUV./,V/UVj 00,000 feet of well sea?
soned Flooring on hand.
Orders for Lath, and all kinds Lumber filled
at abort not'ee. Apply at our Lumber Yard,
on Lady street and Greenville Railroad, or
address W. LOWUY & CO.,
Qa 20 Cm o Box 130. Colombia. 8 C.
"JONES," and other |
.popular Cotton Plant?
ers, warranted satis?
factory or no sale.
Garden Plows and Cultivators.
2D0 Dixon Steel Swoops, better and cheaper j
than the Farmer can make them himsolf.
Feb 25_ L?RICK dc LOWRANCE.
2 000 lbs. HAMS,
2.000 bushels CORN,
20.000 lbs. BACON, at prices that ?
loller every inducement of otlier mar?
kets. L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
Notice to Capitalists-Sale of City of |
Columbia Seven Per Gent. Bonds.
OFFICE CITY TREASURER.
COMJSIMA, S. C., April 3, lh72.
PURSUANT to authority delegated by fol?
lowing resolution, adopted by City Goun?
od March X?, 1S72.1 will sellat public auction,
on WEDNESDAY, Mav 15. 1872, TWO HUN?
DRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND ($250,000)
DOLLARS city of Columbia tcveu per cent,
twenty year bonds:
"Resulted, That the City Treasurer bo in?
structed to advertise for sale beforo tho Court
House, in the city of Columbia, on tho 15th
day of May next, the bonds of tho city of Co?
lumbia authorized to be issued hy tho said
city, under tho Act of tho General Assembly
just adjourned; that tho advertisement bo
published in ono newspaper in the city of Co?
lumbia, ono in the cit y ot Charleston, aid two
newspapers in thc city of New York, at least
thirty day? before tho day of sale; that tho'
bonds to be sohl Ito signed as preBciibed by
the said Act, on thu day of salo, or as soon
thereafter as practicable, and delivered to the
purchaser as soon as thepnrchaso money haB
hoon paid and thu bonds registered; and that
the proceeda of sale hu applied strictly in
conformity with the said Act, and in no other
Said bonds v. ill be of the denominations ot
$250, $?00 and $1,00?. Tho proceeds of tho
salo to be ticed for thc erection of now City
Hall, new Market and other public improve?
The righi is reserved (o dieuose of a part of
the said bonds in lots or in whole, as tho
Mayor and Tieasurer may determino.
Anv further information d ct i red can be ob?
tained by addressing WM. J UTTER,
City Treasurer, Columbia, S. C.
tiW Charleston Courier, New York Journal
af Commerce, New York Financinl Chronicle
copy and send bill to City 'treasurer, Colum?
WM. H. ORCHARD,
Professor of Musi" and dealer in J'inno Fortes.
APPLY at his residence, corner of Laurul
and Henderson streets, or at thc book?
store of Dollie A Chapman.
Piano Fortes. Organs mid Melodious
Tuned and Repaired. .inn 27 3mo
THE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Bish?
ops and other Clergy ot tho Anglican
Church. Vol.1. $5.
Aunt Jane's Hero, by Author of Stepping
Hannah, a new Novel, by Miss Mnloch 50c.
Jan 14 DUFFIE A CHAPMAN.
5,000 Live Indians Just Arrived.
THEY aro pitted against John SooRcre*
10,000 K. K.'s, at tho odds. But all may
omi in smoko. GEO. 8YMMER8.
Gold and Silver
BOUGHT and sold, at
THE CITIZENS'SAVINGS BANK.
MY notOB and accounts aro in tho hands
of Mr. Henry Beard, at tho Exchange
House. All indebted will como forward at
onco and pay up, or Trial Justice Thompson
will take charge of tho matter.
April 20 0. R. FRANKLIN.
BOUGHT at a moderate discount, at
THE CITIZENS'SAVINGS BANK.
C. F. JACKSON'S.
KID GLOVES, at 75c, $1, $1 50 and $2 50.
Linie Thread Gloves, at 25c. to $1.
Dress GoodB, at \2hc. to $1.50 per yard.
Fans, at 5c. to $5 each.
Ladies' Ready-made Dresses, at $3.50 to $12.
Children's Roady-mado Dresses, at $1 to
ONE puncheon "FINEST CAMPBELTON,"
of my own direct importation, via New
York. This, by actual tests is 19 per cent,
over proof, and is pronounced by all who
havo tested or tasted it, as the ?nest ever
brought to Columbia.
Full stock old WINES and BRANDIES.
Holland GIN, Jamaica RUM, Scotch. Eng?
lish and German ALES, London and Dublin
TORTER, CURACOA and MARASCHINO.
Moot and Chandon CHAMPAGNES, of the
famous vintage, 1868-finest of the century.
Reasonable prices and full satisfaction gua?
TO THE PUBLIC!
8 5 0,000 WORTH
SPRING AND SIMMER CLOTHING
OP FN for inspection, consisting of tho
latest and most approved stylos of Men's
and Bovs' Wear, HATS, CAPS and Gents'
FCRNIS'HING GOODS of every description.
Wo offer tho above at the lowest prices for
cash, in order to establish our house as thc
I cheapest clothing house in Columbia.
S. STRAUS .& BRO.,
April 12 Under Colnmbia Hotel.
R. & \?. C. SWAFFIELD'S.
TnE largest Steck wo have ever offered to
Yon are sure to lose money if you buy
Or anything a Gentleman wears, without first
giving us a call.
FRENCH CASHMERES AND CLOTHS
For our Custom Trade.
DEALERS SUPPLIED at the LOWES!
RATKH. March 24
LARGE AND FINE STOCK OF
On Sale at
W.K. GREENFIELD'S REPOSITORY.
fT^nE Buggy stock embraces everything,
X from tho plain, eubstantial Concord style
to a light, elegant trotting buggy. Four
?assenter vehicles in largo varioty, including
(rownells, Rockaways, Phnotons, Victorias,
and a new stylo of four-sent Buggy. Tin
stock is all frosh from tho factories, is of thc
latost dosign, and, not least important,Wi
being sold at very low prices. Dee?20
THE undersigned bas Inst opened a lot o:
IMPORTED CORDIALS, of various kinds
embracing Forfcct Lovo, Vanilla, Roso,
Anisetto, oto. Also, Imported Maraschino,
?nraena and Absinthe. T. M. POLLOCK.
$50,000 to Loan,
ON OOOD COLLATERAL. Applv at
Jan 23 CITIZENS' SAVINOS'BANK.
Fresh Biscuits and Crackers.
AL'iRGE assortment and choice varioty,
iuHt in and for salo low. E. nOPK.
American Club Fish.
)fc?*?$35S^ A DELICIOUS relish; bottoi
ami much cheaper than Sardines. For sale
by K. HOPE.
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE.
WE claim to have one of tho finest
stocks of WATCHES, of all beet Eng?
lish. Swiss and Amorican makers. With
amonde and other fine Jewelry, our stock
ia large, and we are going to sell the Goods.
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in al
branches, by the bent of workmen.
Nov 19 Formerly Glaze & Radcliffe.
CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
I HAVE on hand a select
stock of WATCHES, JEWEL-?
_fcRY, CLOCKS, SILVER and PLATED
fA?t?, which I will diBnoBO of at most rea?
sonable prices. Alao, SPECTACLES to suit
REPAIRING in KV lino dr ne promptly and
on good terms.
All articles and work warranted to be as
represented. GEO. BR?NS,
2d door bolow PUOXIX office, Main street.
Get the Best !
MY lino of WATCHES ie
now ful' and complete, and
_ _ _hthe pnb.iu may depend on
getting tho boat at the lowest possible figures,
aa my facilities aro 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, Ac;
elogant designs in Oh aine, Bracelets, Charms.
Lockets, Jcc.; the latest and most beautiful
patterns in aolid Silver and heavy Plated
War o- Gooda BU i ted for bridal, holiday and
Repairing in all branches, by the beat work?
men and at reasonable ratea.
Oct 13_"_Columbia Hotel Row.
Columbia Music Store.
LyBrand & Son
TAKE pleasure in calling the attention of
the public to an examination of their
STOCK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con?
sisting of Pianos, Church and Parlor Organs,
Melodeons, Violins, Guitars, Banjoa, Flutes,
Accord?ons. Braes and Silver Band Instru?
ments of all kinda. Alse, Sheet Mueio and
Instruction Books for every class of Musical
Instrumente on hand at all timea. Sheet
Mnaio aent by mail, post paid, on receipt of
?rice; and all kinda of Musical Goode sent by
rxpreBa, when ordered, to any part of the
State, marked C. O. D. Good Second-hand
Pianoa and Organs for aale cheap, for cash.
Pianos, Organs and Molo doon? tuned and re?
paired in a satisfactory manner: and will give
especial attention to Packing, Removing and
Shipping Pianoa for other parties to any poin
desired, at moderate prices.
All ordere promptly attended to and satis?
faction guaran teca to those favoring na with
their patronage. 8ond for our catalogue of
Sheet Mueic and Musical Merchandise. Tay?
lor street, Citizens' Savings Bank Building,
Columbia. 8. C._Nov 7
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Rail?
COLOMBIA, 8. C., April 17,1872.
THE next annual meeting of tho Stock?
holders of this Company will be hold at
Charlotte, N. C., on WEDNESDAY, tho first
day of May next, at 10 o'clock A. M.
Stockholders apYl their families residing
with them will be passed over the Road with?
out charge, going to and returning from
Charlotte to atteud the meeting. Evidence
of auch interest must be exhibited to the
Agent or Conductor. . C. BOUKNIGHT,
April 1716 j_Secretary.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Co.
(in vu, j&Ujr-Jir-Ui^Ui \r\S_sar.
COLUMBIA, 8. O., April 15 1872.
THE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders
of the Greenville and Columbia Bailroad
Company will be held on THURSDAY, the 2d
day of May next, at 10 o'clock A. M. Stock?
holders will be passed'FBEE, to and from Co?
lumbia to attona the meeting, as heretofore.
They will be required to show thiir Stock
Scrip to thu Conductor, wit > will exHCt p?y
from all others, at* no one hut Stockholders,
or those of their family, reti'ling tcith t/mn,
aro entitled to the prlviieL").
All Stock represented by proxy n quirpfl a
ten cont stamp for each mgnuiure. and no
ne but a Stockholder cati be H proxv.
C. V. CARRINGTON. Secretary.
j&^-Papers publishing by agreement, two
insertions. _ April 16 }G
Clear anti Harmless mm Water.
NATT ANS' CRYSTAL DISCOVERY
FOR TUE UAIR,
APERFECTLY clear preparation in ono
bottle, as easily applied as water, for re?
storing to Gray Hair its natural color and
youthful appearance; to eradicate and pre?
vent dandruff; to promote the growth of the
Hair and s?.op its falling out. IT IM ENTHIELT
HARMLESS and perfectly free from any poison?
ous substance, and will therefore take tho
placo of all thc dirty and unpleasant prepara?
tions now iu use. Nutneious testimonials
have been sent us from many of our most
promiuent citizens. In even thing in which
tho articles now in nae aro objectionable.
Crystal Discovory is perfect. It is warranted
to contain neither Sugar of Lead. Sulphur or
Nitrato of Silver. It does not aoil the clothes
or acalp, is agreeably perfumed and makes
one of tho best dressings for the Hair in nee.
It restores the color of tho Hair "more per?
fect and uniformly than any other prepara?
tion," and always dooa so in from threo to ton
dave, virtually feeding the roots of the Hair
with all the nourishing qualities necessary to
its growth and healthy condition; it rca tores
tho decayed and induces a now growth of the
Hair moro positively than anything else. The
application of this wonderful discovery also
produces a pleasant and cooling effect on tho
?calp, and gives tho Hair a pleasing and ele?
Wo call especial attention to the fact that a
limited number of small trial bottles can be
had by those wielling to try it. You will no?
tice that in pursuing this course, our aim ia
to convince by tho actnal merita of tho article,
ARTHUR NATTANS, Inventor and Propri?
etor, Washington, D. C. For salo in Colum?
bia by Dr. C. H. MIGT, and Druggists gone*
rally. Nov 24 fly