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''Let our just Censures ^j^^SS?^??^^^S^ Attend the .True. Event,"
BY J. A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 26, T872.
... YOL. VIII-NO. 58.
Tile Equator and the Pole.
There are two especially tronbtesomo
regions on the earth-the equator and
the pole. They serve to excite man's
curiosity and stimulate his daring, with?
out yielding any satisfactory equivalent
for the dangers which environ them.
It is even questionable whether there
oould be a compensating result if we
knew everything about them. But that
is not.the point. If we had assurance
that tho infernal regions wore located
somewhere on this mundano sphere,
there aro plenty of men who would
plunge into their depths without a mo?
ment's hesitation, juBt tb see who was
there and what they were doing. Soi
ence would make a pretext, and offer up
its voluntary vic tim B to rake the floors
and examine the eternal fires, and should
they never return-as we aro assured
they oould not-others would go to see
what became of the first. Wo suppose
this sort of suioide cannot be helped,
under the present constitution of man.
Polar explorers appear to go mad on tho
subject of glaciers and open sens as soon
as they get a 3niff of far North air.
Their insanity is of the most singular
sort. They glory in ico water and whale
oil as the most delicatu subsistence of
man, and seem to long for opportunity
to endure the most incredible hardships,
and finally freeze to death. Ono thing
is certain-a polar explorer was never
yet quite happy until he failed to come
back, or contracted some fatal disease
that soon finished him. This is the ne?
cessary end of polar madness.
The equatorial explorers have beou
somewhat more successful, but no less
determined to make a death business of
it. The equator is an easier thing to
find thau the role. It will do to cross
pretty rapidly, and get away from as
quickly as possible, but it is a dangerous
line to travel on. A rope-danoer, a thou?
sand feet up in the air, without a balance
pole, has a better ohanoe to come down
all xighf, than a man who ohooses the
equator for his path of life. Some ol
the latter have come back terribly
scorched, but they have always returned
to get completely roasted. Nature 01
the cannibals soon cook their goo*o, and
then they are perfectly satisfied. Afrioa
Seems to be the favorito summer resort
for this class of discontented men, who
are cot only alwajs in hot water them?
selves, but keep up a most feverish ex?
citement among their friends at homo,
For several yeara, we have been hearing
of Dr. Livingstone dead and alive. Ht
has departed this life and re-appeared or
the earth so often, that nobody believet
anything they hear about him any more
Many even suppose him to bo an out
and-oat myth, whose only purpose wai
and is to test the credulity of the world
and laugh at the nonsense which it wil
believe. K this were BO, there would bi
something practical in tho design. But
unfortunately, Dr. Livingstone is or wa
a living, breathing personage. He wen
to equatorial Afrioa years ago, in th
spirit of adventure, and in ?8G7 h
ceased corresponding with any of hi
friends at homo. This involved a grea
mystery, and the English Qovernmen
sent a sort of pio-nio exploring exped?
tion after bim, which returned with th
information that they had penetrated th
deserts to the spot where Livingston
had been last seen. This was tho oui
report they could make to the gapin
world. Thea there came rumors tha
Livingstone was safe atUjijt, but nobod
could?nd Ujiji. That became as gret
a mystery as tho fate of xjivingaionf
From this, fact, it waa evident he wa
perfectly safe atUjiji; whynot let hie
remain tbere? He .was evidently coe
tented with tho place, and probabl
meant to settle down and become a usi
It was certainly nobody's business
he wanted to stay there. There wt
never any doubt about Ujiji being a sal
Elgee fot him. Well, after all the worl
ad apparently become satisfied as i
Livingtone'* safety, the New York B
raid seat out an expedition in the perso
of Herbert Stanley and attendants, t
hunt him up and drag him away fro
his happy African.home. This exped
tion was organized in 1871. It appea
to bave? been necessary that. Herbe
Stanley : should be seized with fever
fought by savages, reduced to u ekeleto:
and finally starved to death, althoug
he whs taking food and other supplies
Dr. Livingstone. The programme r
quired- that he should die .(by repoi
and , siter ward be restored to perle
health. All this happened, and no
comes a letter from him, stating that 1
has found Livingstone. When, whe
and how, the letter does not explicit
inform us.. The intelligence, howovt
is generally believed to be authenti
Dr. Livingstone has been gone sevi
years from England, and it is not like
he will go back thereto live. If.it
true that he has been found after so loi
a residence, he evidently likes the oou
try and climate. If Stanley shoffld dr
him away from his abode, it would 1
littlo short' of kidnapping aa Af rio
and makiag him a prisoner for a spec
lation-almost as reprehensible' as t
slave trade. Should he take him
England or America as a curiosity, unit
he put him in a cage, it would not bc
week before Livingstone would bo
bis way back to the heart of Afrii
What is the nse of blasting the hap
ness of a polar or equatorial explorer
hunting them np? Lat them enj
themselves ia their own way-any int
ferenoe with their designs and habite
oruelty.-St. Louis Republican.
MOUE THAN HB OAK ATTEND TO
The Oampbell Gazette relates that a o
zen of Palmetto, a few Sundays sin
remained at ohuroh longer than usc
and his wife asked what he was doing
long at church. "Oh, nothing, I
looking at the gals' Dolly Varden
"Well;" replied the wife, "you can
bushel baskets of Dolly Vardens in
stores, and as for the gals, you havo <
more of them at home than you can \
THB SOUTH OMIOIJINA RAIROAD COM?
PANY.-At n recent meeting of tho di?
rectors of this company, authority was
given to issac $3,000,000 of seven per
cent, second mortgago bonds, to bo used
exclusively for extinguishing tho floating
debt, and for tho absorption cf tho non
mortgage bonds of the road.
Tho floating debt of tho South Caro?
lina Railroad, representing acquisitions
of railroad and other property without
which tho whole business of tho road
would have been in jeopardy, has been
carried nt an onerous expense, with tho
expectation that tho revenue of the com?
pany would allow of ita gradual pay?
ment. Recent investments, however,
increased the volume of the floating
debt to an extant which made it unud
visable to continu o it as a chargo against
incomo alone. For tho most part it is
clearly as much a oharge against capital
as the original cost of constructing the
road, and it was reasonable to expect,
moreover, that tho funding of the float?
ing debt would result in a considerable
saving to the company. But tho obtain?
ing Of a large sum of money was not the
only point to bo regarded. The holders
of the non-mortgage bonds wero entitled
to a certain consideration. And it is
believed that the plan finally adopted is
jnst to these, and advantageous to the
stockholders. The President is author?
ized to sell tho second mortgage bonds
for cash, and also to receive in part pay?
ment tho non-mortgage bonds of the
oompany. Taking the price of tho
second mortgago bonds at eighty, and
allowing two-thirds of tho price to be
paid in non-mortgages, the holders of
these last named bonds obtain a highly
desirable security it a very low rate.
For instance, non-mortgage bonds can
bo bought at Bixty-fivo or less. At this
price S15, OOO of secured mortgage bonds
would cost: ??,000 at eighty cents,
84,000, and $10,000, in bonds, nt sixty
five cents, $0,500-making a total of
$10,600, which is equivalent to seventy
per oent. To tho stockholders the ad?
vantage of the new arrangement lies in
the limit set to the bonded debt, and in
the saving of expense. This last item
will be equal to $30,000 or $10,000 a
year; and tho increase of indebtedness,
spread over a period yf thirty years,
cannot exceed one per cent, per annum.
The earnings of the road aro likely to
increase, and the earnings of the first
four months of 1872 are largely in oxcess
of the earnings of tho corresponding
period of 1871; but even if tho not in?
come in future years does not exceed
that of last year, the completion of the
funding of tho floating debt will still
allow the company to pay moderate
annual dividends. Altogether the posi?
tion of tho company has never, aiuoo tho
end of the war, been as strong as it now
is. The road and equipment aro in
splendid order, tho control of the Macon
and Augusta and tho Greenville roads
sGcurea to it H largo and growing busi?
ness, and tho arrangement of the float?
ing debt will unquestionably enablo it to
give the stockholders a handsome return
from what has been for some timo an
[ Charleston News.
THE COTTON TAX.-The seizure and
salo of ootton by Treasury agents at and
near tho close of the war was probably
tho most stupendous swindle which ever
disgraced oar Government. These
agents seized ootton when the market
price for upland was from $1 to $1.20
per pound, they sold it to their confede?
rates, paid iuto the Treasury of the
United States an average of thirty-five
couts per poand, and pocketed the
balance, nearly two-thirds of the pro?
ceeds. For instance, nt Savannah the
cotton seized was 2,041,673 pounds of
sea-island, wotth $2.50 per pound, and
16,031,415 pounds of upland, worth at
least $1 per pound; the total value at
these figures being $21,116,077 50. The
amount paid into the Treasury of tho
United States was $8,075,832.13. The
balance, the snag sum of $13,070,265 37,
was stolon by the Treasury agents. And
this at the port of Savannah alone. This
robbery was perpetrated upon loyal aud
disloyal alike. Now, tho United States,
boasting its justice, is repaying, .through
its Court of Claims, to loyal au florera,
not the $1.25 or $1 por pound for which
they might hare sold their own cotton
six years ago, but tho thirty-fivo cents
per pound which the rascally agents paid
into tho Treasury; and as if tho United
States had not sufficiently plundered
these mon, ibo Treasury Department
still insists on deducting tho two per
oent. tax, thus roduoicg the actual
amount received by the claimant to
thirty-three cents per pound, and this
after incurring the expenso of court and
oounsel, and waiting five or six long
years.- Washington Chronicle.
I Some Massachusetts olergymen take a
i very peculiar way of oolleoting pew rent.
Rev. Mr. McDonall, of Haverhill, was
i before a polios court the other day, for
kicking a woman in ohuroh booauso Bhe
insisted upon occupying a pew, the rent
of which she neglected to pay. The
court held that this was not a proper
way to collect pow rent, and tho reve?
rend gentleman bad to pay twenty dol?
lars for the assault upon his parishioner.
As to whether it was the proper behavior
for a pastor in ohuroh, and beooming
treatment of ono of the flock by the
shepherd, of course tho court had no?
thing to say. Neither have wo.
GAMBETTA AND FBANOB.-Gambetta is
beoomiog very popular with the French
people, nud much weight is attached to
bis opinion. - A deputation of Alsatians,
dissatisfied with their * transfer from
France to Germany, called on bim a few
days Binco uud told him a long story of
their wrongs. After listening patiently
to the recital, Gambetta said: "Frauen
must not seek revenge. Patience and
tenacity nro the wutoh-words of tho
future. France will obtain satisfaction
without resort to the sword." Gambetta
is a prospectivo candidate for the Presi?
dency and will probably bo successful.
TABIFF ON WHITE HATS.-A right
funny little episode oeourred in Congress
on the lGtb. The day was mostly spent
in voting on amendments to tho free tax
li?t. Ona Mr. Hereford, of West Vir?
ginia, threw a comical bomb-shell into
the House, by moving to put white hats
and conta on tho free list. This ely
whack for old Greeley caused much mer?
riment. Tho Democrats voted "yeB"
quite generally, while the Radicals, see?
ing no joke in it, went n solemn soli?
'no." On a count it was lost by only
Provide Against Danger-At thia sea?
son all tho great linea of travel begin to
swarm with human brings intent on business
or pleasure. Aro tUcfio moving multitudes
aware of the danger which ensues from drink?
ing different varioties of water, and breath?
ing atmospheres to which their lungs aro un?
accustomed? Do they realizo how important
it is to bo pro-armed with an antidote that
will defond their systems from tho ovil con?
s?quences of such changes, and from all ail?
ments and disturbances which arise from the
miasma so plentifully evolved from tho soil
at this period of tho year? Buch an antidote
-cortain in ita protective operation, and free
from everything objectionable in its composi?
tion and fl ivor-has been for twenty years
before tho world. No instanco can be ad?
duced, during that period, in which HOB
TETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS baa failed
as an acclimating medicine, or as a prevent?
ivo of tho bodily illa to which the undefended
system is liable in unhealthy localities.
A good appetite, perfect digestion, a vigor?
ous condition of tho nervous system, func?
tional regularity, and a pure and active cir?
culation, aro the elements of health, and
those signal blessings may bo secured and
perpetuated by tho uso of thia powerful, yet
harmless, vegetable tonic. Such is the expe?
rience of all who have ever taken it as a safe
guard against tho diseases which debility,
irregularity, and a morbid coudition of tuc
solids and fluids of tho body, are sure to in?
A NEW BEAUTIFYING A ti KN T.-Ml
dcntriCci t; had their drawbacks until tho Salu?
brious Bark of tho Soap Troo was brought
from tho Chilian valleys to perfect the fra?
grant Sozodout, tho most delightful article for
tho teeth ibat a brush was ever dipped into.
"CHILDREN'S LIVES S AV KU KO lt SO
CENTS."-Every case of Croup can bo cured,
when drat taken, by Dr. Tobias' Venetian
Liniment, warranted for twenty-four years,
and never a bottle returned. It also cures
Diarrheua, Dysentery, Colic, Boro Thtoat,
Cuts, Burns and External Pains. Sold by tho
druggists. Depot, 10 Park Placo, New York.
VENUS herself would not have been beau?
tiful, if her complexion had been bad. If
boauty is skin deep, it is noccssary to secure
and retain that part of it; and ladies, instead
of resorting to paints and powders, should
remember that an impure, blot oby or Batlow
skin is tho proof of feeble digestion, torpid
liver or vitiated blood, for all which Dr. WALK
EB'S CALIFORNIA VINEOAB BITTEBS is a safe,
sure and effectual remedy.
BUUNETT'SCOCOAINE-No oils, neither
pomades or alcoholio washes-foreign or do?
mestic-can comparo with Cocoaine as a BAIR
DRESSING. It anchors tho hair firmly in (he
Bcalp, gi VIM it new lifo anl lustro, and renders
it tho "crowning glory" of both sexes, old and
PRATT'S ASTRAL, OIL,.-Moro accidente
occur from using uusaf ? oils than from steam?
boats and railroads combined. Over 200,000
familioi continuo tn burn Pratt's Astral Oil,
and no accidents, diroctly or indirectly, hare
occurred from burning, storing or handling
it. Oil House of Charles Pratt, established
1770. New York.
A BEAUTIFUL,, WHITE, soft, smooth
and cloir skin is producod by ming G. W.
Laird's "llloom of Youth." It removes tan,
freckles, sun-burns and all other discolora?
tions from ibo skin, leaving tho complexion
brilliant and beautiful. Sold at all drugidots'.
T':iia preparation is entirely freo from any
material detrimental to health.
JUST THE ItE&IEDY NEEDED.
Thinks to Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,
we have fur voars been relieved from sleep?
less nights of painful watching with poor,
Buffering, t nothing children.
FOR DYSPEPSIA, iudigoation, depres?
sion of spirits and general debility, in their
various forms: also, as a preventive against
Fever and Ague, and other Intermit? entravera.
The Ferro-l'hosphorated Elixir of Calisaya,
mado by Cae well, Hazard A Co., Now York,
aud sold by ali druggists, is the bust tonio,
and as a tonic for patients recovering from
fever or other sickness, it has BO equal.
IlISLRY'N GENUINE GOLDEN UKI.I.
COLOGNE WATER, according to tho ori?
ginal formula ut Provost, Paris, ao long and
favorably known to tho customers of Ravi
land, Barral & Risley and their branches, for
its fino permanent fragrance, ia now made by
H. W. Risley, and the trade supplied by his
successors Morgan A Risloy, Wholesale Drug?
gist s, New York.
THURSTON'S IVOUY PEARL. TOOTH
POWDER.-The beat artiole known for
oleanaing and preserving tho teeth and gums.
Hold by all druggists. Prico 25 and CO cents
per bottlo. F. C. Wolla A Co., Now York.
CARBOLIC SALVE, unequaled aa a heal
ing compound. PhyeioianB recommend it as
the most wonderful remedy ever known.
Prico 25 cont? por box. John F. Henry, ?ole
proprietor. 8 College Place, New York.
IIIUISTADORO'S HAIR DYE-Thin
magnificent compound is beyond contingency,
tho safest and meet reliable dye in existence;
nover failing to impart to the hair uniformity
of color, nourishment and elasticity. Manu?
factory GB Maiden Lane, New York.
SVAPNIA is Opium purified of its sicken?
ing and poisonous qualities. It is a perfect
anodyne, not producing headache or constipa?
tion of bowels, aa is the oaao with other pre
Sarations of opium. John Farr, Chemist,
ow York. May 1 ti
Democratic State Convention.
THE National Democratic Committee har
lng called a Convention to m cot" in Balli-, .
moro on the 9th of July, wo think it adyhjaUJe '
that our State idiould tako Borne action in re?
gard lo this matter.
*Wo,"therefore, respectfully recommond that
a Convontiou'of tho Democratic party bo held
in Columbia, on Tueeday, tho 11th Juno next." .
WADE HAMPTON, Chairmun,
W. B. STANLEY,
J. D. POPE,
P. W. MoMASTER, .
j T. G. BARKER, . .
JOHN E. OAREW,
J. P. THOMAS, *
Magflg Central Executive Committco.
Irish Champagne ! .
YE*, IRISH'CH AM PAO NE1 Why not?.
"Was not tile great Anostlo of - Temper?
anco, I'atherMathcw, an Irishman'/. Still,
victo Me alive to-day, ho would 'quaff a ?dp Of
thia beverage, and, smacking his'lipa, bices
tho juan who invented "LriHh Ch am p ag no. V
Thiercaii bo drank with perft'et *t>afety hy tho
Knights of Pythias. Oond Templars, or" Bad
Teinfudrs, Sons of Malta, Sou? of .Temper?
ance, or anybody cleo's eons.or, daughters,
masons, hriek-layerH, chimney-sweopa^in ,
fact, anybody, particularly'thoeo 'who %wcjar
Grant hats and Greoley hats; or 'their'own. '
hats, aro invited fraternally to -.imbibe''(at'.
your own expenso, mindi) Ibid superlatively
delicious beverage ... . . ',
Thhv'nolieo would havo boen'further.cx
tonded, but a man borrowed our i* icti?n?ry",
and sevnral big words wo intended to "nso.are
necessarily omitted; but when that man.ro
turn? that Dictionary, tho public may exp net
to hear from us again.
Matlg G EPH GK BYMMER3. _
VTf ILL ho given to any medical expert who
Vv will detect the slightest impurity in tho
composition of '
Jleinitih's Celebrated Hlood and Liter Pills.
Th oe o Pills aro a suro and offectivo euro for
all bilionsdiscas.es: DYSPEPSIA, Costiveness,
Liver Complaiut, Foyer' and Ague, Bilious
Fe veray'Nervous and** Sick* Heaoacho, 'Diar?
rhoea and Dysentery of. a bil i ?u H type, Impu?
rity of: tho Blood, Dropsy,,.Boils, Melancholy,
Heartburn, Jaundice, NervpnuncBs,Obstruct?
ed Menstruation; also', a'preventivo and euro
for Pilos, bick Stomach', Dizziness or Vertigo,
Bad Taste in tho Mnuth/Bilious Attacks, Pal?
pitation of the Heart, Nervousness, Constipa?
tion, Fama in the Breast -and Back, Kidney
Affections. To cure all Disorders. of the
Liver. To Regulato the Bowels.'to Purify the
Blood. To give new life tb the wholo system,
tho Blood andiLiver Pills cannot bo surpassed.
Try only one 6ox; yonwillbe convincoa. Pre?
pared by E. H. HEINirSH, at his Laborato
ry, Colnmbia,f3. C._May Jj f_
E. H. HEINITSH,
Apotheker rand Drog'uerien Handler,
Main Strasse, gegeneber der Phoenix Office.
MOCHTE den geehrt n, DcutBchen dieser
starlt anzeigen daes er stets dio hosten,
Arznoien Vorrathig hat, Besonder'? Deutsch
Camomille, Blutroinigrudo Pillen, KaiBor
Pillen, Lebon's Elixir, Queen's Delight, Kins.
Kaltfieber Kur, Leber und Blut Pillen, und
andere vou unsern Deutschen Landeulensen
peesrieanno Medicinen. Als, auch don
bene i bm ten Deutschen "Brust Thee," einziges
gutes and radicales hoilnilllul gegen husten
Alle Fancy Artiekoi gew?hnlich in cinew
Apotheke (?ebal ten bind t>te tu in besten
auswahl horratbiK t*S!>* April 3 t
The Celebrated Stallion Buckshot.
?* OWNED by C. It. FRANKLIN,
*mmmmwnt?k w'" *tand at Owen Daley's Sta
tfavMiray vfl blcB. on Asaemblv street, from
?M*n_ gf,tuo 81,1 ?' M*y ui,lil tuo 15tu of
mMm?mmtim^?mj ulic, 1072.
BUCKSHOT is a bright worrel, 15A hands
high, and Ove years old.
PEDIGREE.- Buckshot eired by Young
Butler; he by old Gov. 1 utler, whose pedigree
is too woll "known to comment on; Dam by
Black Boee; Grand dam Steel Filly; she
sired hythe old imported Steel; Black Rose
sired hy Abdallah, and ho by the old imported
MARES will be taken charge of at Daley's
Stables, and thoy will receive the oest atten?
tion, and chargoa reasonable. Not responsi?
ble for accidents.
TERMS.-120.00 in advance. $1.00 for tho
Groom. May 8 Imo .
Gold and Silver
BOUGHT and sold, at
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
BOUGHT at a moderate discount, at
Tnt: CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
$50,000 to Loan,
ON GOOD COLLATERAL. Applv at
Jan 33 CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
Choicest M^y Butter.
5TUBS "Gilt Edge" now GOSHEN BUT
Tb'R._ GEO. SYMMKRS.
A LOT of finn Kentnoky ?
m MULES and HORSES, just ?r-rY*"?*!
VB rived. Call af ?Ol
Oct 7 On Assembly street.
Tongues, Strips, Beef, &c.
6DOZ. SMOKED B. TONGUES,
SCO lbs. prime Smoked Beef,
1,000 lbB. Breakfast Strips,
Fulton Market Corned Beef,
Pickled Pig Pork, for sale low by
April 24 E. HOPE^
FOR Bale at New York rates, at
TBE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
AND HOUSE FIKSISH1NO KTORB.
THE undersigned have re
cent ly opened an entire new
-~ Btock of new gooda in the
above lino. Articles of all
kinda for bouse keeping, Ac.
Citizens are invited to call and examine goods
and prices. KINGSLAND A HEATH,
Under Columbia Hotel.
R. KIKOSLAND. J. A. HEATH.
New York Exchange
BOUOnTand sold, at
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
NEW sugar-cured HAMS,
Smoked Beef, for salo low. E. HOPE.
Cary Cough Curo.
Tar and Wild Cherry.
Forsaloat HEINITSH'S Drag Store.
April IC t
THE WONDERFUL FOUNTAINS
HEALTH AND PLEASURE!
THE BRIGHTEST SPOT
INT HE.. S'UN.NY S OUT H!
?. ?-?-? * ? ' ,
.'?ARE .^healed'in' tho PIEO
ly.^Vo ?.miles - South-east cf
^JE.Cb^tanqoija, Tennessee, and
within two miles'cf tlio western and Atlantic
Railroad. > - . ... * '
.These Springs,- fifly-two in number,: em?
brftco-cvoryiTariety of-Mineral iWater found
iu tho famous mountains of Virginia. White,
Red and.,Black* SuLrnon, Alleghany, All
Hoaliug and'"CHALYBEATE, MAOFESIAX, BOOA
B?nd'IoDiKEj'as also tho'wat OTB characterizing
tho Monty ale. Sprangs of/fonrjoeoeo randi In?
dian Springs of ?Georgia, ;.all of?which< aro to
bo ton nd hero in anuhda'nco.'witliiu'tho. conir
pa'Ba'of tins' "Mt?gl?V?lo,'V affording ascertain
cure for-DrspErsiA, RUE?MAT?SM, Gour,Lfv*ER
CoMPLAiNTS.vScaoFDLA,. all - kinds. of ; CUTA?
NEOUS AFFECTIONS, and, in fact, every disease
that human lleah is heir to. ; .
Arline'of Omnibuses will be in rowdiness on
tho arrival-o f-'every. train,'to' convey guests
from Ca to osa Station "to.theSprings, in ty? on -
ty.minutes,' where they,will bo greeted with
strains of stirling music andan t jr....
' ?LD^YIR O?N?A11nf EL COME!. ..
". .The HOTEL* a?d*CQTTAGE ?BUlCpiNGS
aro'in'th?ro?gl? c?r?dition' newly pain ted; and
f?rri?9Ti'?d'withre'ntir?ly,n?w'?pp?iritmont8. ' "
. ?Tho Table.will Lre'lirat class- in'oVery parti?
cular. .A- magnificent Ball-room, ICO by-30
feet ', and elegantly titted Pallors. .
Billiard and ' Bar-room" seventy-fivo feet
long", and ? c'abaciouB'Botollr.g'Saloon.'" "
tar Direct Telegraphic "and Po'stal commu
nioatign. > , . , . . . .
Thp buildings arid grounds, wijl.be brilliant
ly illumined 'willi gas,"and every 'attraction
will *bo ' afforded''the visitors to Catoosa
Springs. . . . ....
The above watering place wiU be opened to
patrona JUNE 1ST, 1872,.by
1 W. C. HEWITT,
- 1 Late of Globo Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
May 7_. ??- mi
~~ FISHER & SILLIMAN,
(Opposite Columbia Motel,)
_ AND doalerB ia puro DBTJGB,
.ga CHEMICALS, Family Medicioea, 1-X
Qr Proprietary Gooda, Fancy andJT|7.
?ll Toilet Articles, Sponges, FineO??
Pnrfnmorv, Flavoring Extracts, Seeds, Ac.
PRESCRIPTIONS prepared with accuracy
and iidelity, at all hours of the day or night.
THE WORLD'S PEACE JUBILEE
CHORUS BOOK !
IS tho book to'ba used at the coming Great
Festival. It is now in the hands of tho
20,000 singers who are to compose tho choir.
Tho music was carefully selected by the
Music Committee, and tho book will be a
popular and useful book for use in all BIU8I
CAL SOCIETIES, ana should be in the hands
of all in the audience at the Coliseum. It is
tho very best kind of Libretto.
175 Octavo Pages! Piioo, 75 cents.
Exnui?tte Song and Chorus,
TUE BEAUTIFUL DAYS THAT ABE PAST.
Howard-35 cents. '
THE HOUR OF SINGING.
By L. O. EMERSON and W. 8. TILDEN.
Has been adopted promptly, on examina?
tion bv a large number of teachers of
For whi(hit3 happy arrangement of Theory, I
Exercises, and 1, 2, 3 and 4, part Songs, admi?
rably adapt it. Price, $1.00.
Capital Song for Young Bingers,
MAUDIE AND THE BLUE-BIBD.
The above books and Songs Bent, post-paid,
on receipt of retail price.
OLIVE? DITSON A CO.. BoBton.
CnAS. H. DI ISON A CO., New York.
May 1 waif
New Rooks Just Received
AT n RYAN'S BOOKSTORE!
THREE CENTURIES OF ENGLISH LI?
TERATURE; by Yonge-price $2.
Recollections of Past Life; by Sir Henry
Holland, M. D-$2.
Leaders of Public Opinion in England; by
Leckey-td 75. Christ in Modern Life; by
Brooks, (London)-$2. Around the World;
by Rev. Dr. Primo, with Plates-$3. The
Wars of the Huguenots; by Pr. Hanna-$1.50.
South Sea Hubbies; by the Earl and the Doc?
tor. Within and Without; by McDonald
fl.50. At Home and Abroad; by Hon. John
1*. Kennedy-$2. Una and Her Paupers, with
an introduction by Florence Nightengale
True as Steel; by Marion Harland. Good-Bye,
Sweetheart; by author of Cometh Up as a
Flower-75 cents. Mabel Lee; by author Va?
lerie Aylmer-$1. And other new standard
Works and Novels.
Abm, a new supply of STEREOSCOPIC
VIEWS, colored and ptain._April 21
THE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Bish?
ops and other Clergy of the Anglican
Church. Vol.1. $5.
Aunt Jane's Hero, by Author of Stepping
Hannah, a new Novel, by Mies Mu?oeh. 50o.
J&u 14 _DUFFIE A OBAPMAN.
The Doctors Recommend Beegers'Beer
TN preference to London Porter and Scotch
Ale. Why? They know a is qpadnlterated
Fresh Biscuits and Crackers.
AL* ROE assortment and ohoioo variety,
just in and for aale low. E. HOPE.
Initial and Monogram Press.
E. R. STOKES
IS now prepared, with a Press and appcr
tainments. to manufacturo INITIAL P?
PEB and ENVELOPES to order, embosaod
and in oolors, of all sizes and quality.
Keeps coi/etantly in atore a full stock of
Fancy and Staple STA IONERY, BLANK
HOOKS, Fancy Articles and all goode pertain?
ing to a first class Stationery House.
THE undersigned bas Just opened a lot of
IMPORTED CORDIALS, of Various kinds,
embracing Perfect Love, Vanilla, Rose,
Anisette, etc. Also, Imported Maraschino,
Curacoa and Absinthe. T. M. POLLOCK.
Cir ar und ilarmltit mm W?t*r.
NATT ANS' CRYSTAL DISCOVERY
FOR TUE UAIE.
APERFEOTLY clear preparation in one
bottle, as easily applied as wa tor, for re?
storing to Gray Hair itB natural color and
youthful appearance; to eradicate and pre?
vent dundrun*;' to promote tho growth of the
Hair and atop HB falling out. IT is ENTHIELT
HABULEBS and perfectly free from any poison?
ous, substance, and will therefore take the
place of all tho dirty and unpleasant prepara
tiona nqw io use. Numerous testimonials
have been sent us from many of our most
prominent citizens.. In everything ru which
the articles now in nao are ^objectionable,
Crystal Discovery is perfect. It is warranted
to contain noithor Sugar of Lead. Sulphur or
Nitrato of Silver. It docB not Boil the clothes
or scalp, ia agreeably perfumed and makes
ono of the boat dressings for the Hair in use.
It f ??t?r?e tho* color bf the Hair "more per?
fect and uniformly than any other prepara?
tion," and always does so in from three to ten,
days, virtually feeding tho roots of the Hair
with all the nourishing qualities necessary, to
ita growth and healthy condition; itrestorea
the decayed and induces a new growth of tho
Hair more positively than anything else. The
application of thia wonderful .discovery also
producen a pleasant and cooling effect on the
scalp, and give? tho Haira pleasing and olo
Wo callespecial attention to thc fact that a
limited numbor ot small trial bottles can be
had "by those wishing lo try it. You will no?
tice that in pursuing this* conreo, our Sim Ie
to convince by tho actual merits of tho article,
ARTHUR RATTANS', Inventor and Propri?
etor, Washington, D. C. For sale in Colona -
j bia-hy Dr. C. H. MIGT, and Drn^gistakone
\- \ LOOK "
..TOi . X.?.V * ". .
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BZ2T PLAC?.
.WE claim to havo one of. the finest
stockB off WATCHES, of all best- Eng
_I'lish, Swiss ?n'd American makers. With
Diamonds and other, fine Jewelry, onr' ?t?ck
ia largo, and we are going.to sell,tho Goods,
. REPAIRING '-arid ENGRAVING": In' "al
branches, by the best of workmen.-" - "
.".???..i WM. GLAZE, ,.
NovlO ' Formerly Glaze A Radoliffo.
Get the Best I
MY line of WATCHES is
now foll and complete, and
.the publio may depend on
getting the beat at the lowest possible figures,
as my facilities are mich that I defy compet??
tion from any market.
' I have* also in store and constantly arriving
all the "newest styles of Ladies' Sets, in Dia?
mond, Coral, Cameo. Etruscan, Gold, Jet, Ac;
elegant designs in Chains, Bracelets, Charms.
Lockets, Ac; tho latest and most beautiful
patterns in solid Silver and heavy Flated
Ware-Goods suited for bridal, holiday and
Repairing in all brauche?, by the best work?
men and at reasonable rates.
Oct 13_Columbia Hotel Bow.
LARGE AND FINE STOCK OF
On Sale at ' . .
W. K. GREENFIELD'S REPOSITORY,
THE 'Buggy stock embracea everything,
from tho plain, substantial Concord style
to a light, elegant trotting bnggy. Four
SaBsenger vehicles in large variety, Including
rownells. Rockaways, FbeotonB, Victoria?,
and a new style of four-seat Boggy. Thin
stock is all fresh from the factories, IB of tho
latest deaign, and, not least important, ia
beintr sold at yprv low griggs._Dee 80
CHARLESTON. 8. C.
G. T. ALFORD A DO.. Pro
prietora; IC HAMILTON, 8op't.
We Live and Learn, Die and Forget AU.
THE SOUTHERN DYE HOUSE,
No. 369 KINO STUFET, CHAHLKSTON. B. C.,
DYES and CLEANS, by means of steam,
gentlemen's, ladies' and children's
clothes. Fino laces and lace curtains deaned
and done np with tho soft or manufacturer's
finish; lace and crape shawls and kid gloves
cleaned and dyed. Goods received and re?
turned by express. I. BILLER, Proprietor.
Branch office at Mrs. C. E. Reed's millinery
establishment. Columbia. Feb 27 gmo
MONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
For Sight ls Priceless!
Bui the Diamond Spectacle* tcifl Freterv D.
'F you value vour eyesight use these PBR"
PECT tiEiiSEB. Gronnd from minute
crystal pebbles, melted together, and derive
their name "Diamond" on account of their
hardness and brilliancy. They will last many
years without change, and are warranted su?
perior 'o all others, manufactured by
J. E. SPENCER A CO., N. Y.
CATTTTOST.-None genuine unless stamped
with our trade mark. WM. GLAZE, Jeweler
and Optician, is solo agent for Columbia, 8.
C.,from whom they can only be obtained,
N" neddlers employed. Jnly SI Illly'
Keveline Stamps! Revenue Stamps!
ALL DENOMINATIONS for sale at the
usual discount, at the SOUTH CAltO
IiINA BANK AND TRUST CO._Dee 7
6,000 Live Indians Jost Arrived.
THEY aro pitted against John Seegers'
10.000 K. K.'B,. at the odds. But all may
end in smoke. GEO. 8YMMEB8.
American Club Fish.
A DELICIOUSrolish- bettor
*ud mnbh oheapor than Sardines. For sale
by ._K. HOPE.
TONS NO. 1 TIMOTHY HAYJor sala
Look Ont tor K. K.'SK jmm
.J^Q NOW in Columbia. Tobo
March 38 *? JOHN O. 8EEGERB'.