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.Th1 fuilli komsin Wasblgtoin,
YAFIINovNJ .April 20.-- A . finall
effort to coti li t Im lachalird 'o!tmsll .
ter of New Orleanis failed Iy a de- I
PASSAGE OF TEIV KUKJUX BILj.
The-' leate adopted the kukiux
Con ferWJqM to .13.---I1essrs.
ltobertsoin und Hlli vot ig nay.
Tihe Senato adopted a resolution to
adjourn sine (ie at 2 o'clock.
In deprecathi-g the concessions in
the kuklux bill, Mr. Sheirman laid
not a manl wou ld be convicted ior a
dollar of dan;a c obtaui.ed under it.
The only virtue left in tlhe bill was
the eiploymiieit of United Sutites
forces when uV ry.
Mr. Thurnin" in Cppo-ing the
juror tent-oath clu i'e in the bill, said
the election of jinors would de(IQIi(lI
upon the judge n;il the district at
torney. It. exclud ed from jury ser -
vice the Attorncy-General of the
Imited Statos, 8eutiotorsi en the floor,
aInd many others now in 1i1,1 public
ITS ADOPTION BY TIlE nOUSE.
The Iluiso adopted the conferenlce
kuklux bill- 93 to 74--a strict pal ty
It also codelrred in the resolution (
to adjourn ait 2 o'e!N.k to-day. t
Both I luh-es adjoiuried at 2 o'clock
und a proclamatir a b..s h., 11 il.n-eIdIv U
calling an extra iin of tho Sen.
atgdoblamonda M4' 10th.v
fn thelhuiise 1i tiller n:ide a '"pier-i
80onal explanlation)," deferading himself
from various chiarges, atd at lacking v
Senator DI.vis, of Kentucky, and Mr.
Parli-worth i, of Illinois.
Mr. Farnsworth n pli'(, cliilig his
s-peech wvith thle renliarkI tinkt, he Could
Convict tihe gentitlaan from 3ia sa.. I
chi usetts8 of eibu.zlemenlit an1d peiju.,
ry before any court inl the couitry.
.r. leek, of Kv nit ucky, re plied in
b h4lt or Senator Dvis, ilipeliehling
61, tifulneks and personail courage
TiH E AIr.-rnilna'ron iN 'Tl UEci.t x 1iI.1. 1
AS I N -1S1. I
The follow ing istlie ,lubstituto that
was adopted for Shierinan's amuend.
niouit, and Which is in tie bi II as pass.
'h'iatt any pe( rson or persons hav- P
ing kunowledge that any wroungs con
Spired to be donte aI Ilmentioned i
thosecond sootion of this act. fire
abont to be 'committed, and having
the power to prevent or add inl pre
velitin g tie saine, who shu all neglet
or refuso to do so, and such wrongful I
act shall he coimniitted, such person i
or poisons shall be liable to the per
on iiju ied, or his legal reproetta
tive, for all dannages caused by any
such wrongful act, which such first
uanmed person or persons by reasona
blo diligence could have provented ;
and such damages my be recovored I
ill in notion oil I lie caso inl the proper
circuit court of the Uiited Sttes ;
and any iumiber of persons guilty of I
such wrongfi neglect or refusal lila
be joined - '1t. drohiomct in snah ictioin
provided that such act ion shall I v
commenced within one year after m.l
cause of action liall have accrued.
Anid if the DeaIi of any person shall
be caused by any such wrongful act
andi neglect, the lega representative
of such deceaseod person shall have .
tuchi act ion therefore, and may recov-J
er, not, exceeding $5,0a00, dama~ges
thiereini for the benetit of the widlow<
of stneh decaed person, if anay there
be, or, if no widow, theni for th lie
benefit of thu next of kina of such de
T1heu deficioney apjpropr'iationt bill,i
passed to-day, einablesa the Cenisus
1ureau to aettl w oiith t he censust
marshals, incluing 50 per" cent. in
Z'l. cKS A NSWiEn 'ro IiUTIER.
Mir. Beck got leave to reply tol
But lear in defence of tho Senaitor of*
Kenttuoky, who had been so foully
deoun~iced by him. Thait 8elntor
and thait miemiber had hadi. a coutro
versy on the floor of the Senate.
Alr. Butler (interruipting): Oh,
no ; I had no controveloy with himu.
Air. Becok : Theo Senlator denlounied
the memilber, oni the Iloor of the Sen
ate, as a "d(I-d scoundrel," anld I
would characterizo that, as a contro
versy. [I anighter) They laud a
quarrel on the floor of lhe Senate. It
ought to have ond(ed thlere, and11 would
have ended there, but for the faict
that the inin~bur from1 Mlesnehiusetts
sawi fit to como1 onl the floor of' the
llouse a11n ito languiage g rossy offen
sive to the Seanator from Kent uekyj
and( it was after that, that the Senia
tor had pronounced the speech which
had boon quoted by the membobr from
Mlassaohusotts. If he had a person.
al Oxplauntion-to make lie should h ave3
made it at once, but lie haud waitedi
till laaTiuesdny, the (liy t hat Coni
gress was to adjouirn, and then asked
lea v0etinak 'it; lvig sont printed
listif it toi leostpn and to the New
YpifI~Ibad/tiewing' 1hat the Sona-'
tor would have ltft the Oity before lie
copN bay &renit in priuit. T1here,
fore Lobjected bcause it had been
hohdsup go long, anij not because I
did opt want to give the gentlemen a
ohiance of' replienatiou.
.M I utler "(interruptinig):Th
reaseon given by the gentlemnan was
ilitito would nsot' let me speak soe
1drig as' the indictmnent against his
Mir. deck: -if I had had an oppor
tehity to reply to' that indictment,
I would h'v'dont it in a -way that I
ho would have boen worthy of' tho
irg to get leave to-day, I asked him
whether he would pssail the Senator
from Kentucky, and he replied that
he 1$ 4tteg g ia 4enn V
Democrat after Democrat voted to k
gi've him thd :pfivilegg. I did not
bLub *ihat lie. sail,- antd therefore
v'etedeagnsnta44ML JLogtor .
Vheu the member rises and an.
ounces that the Senator from Ken.
ucky has been guilty of falsehood I do
y it.. I. Arl it back, and say that the
Iaratcter of that Senotor js as, good
s that of any man upon earth, Ile
ever did wilfully tell a lie, and mc
um ever before accused him of it
V'hen the meniber said that the Sena.
&r wan :,hiecldcd b: i, aAe, and that ii
id not seek the proper redress, I
ave only to say that while my 8ena.
)t is neither a bully nor a blasckguard
he uember cant get, any redress from
in thut bte seeks out-,ido of this hall
r anlywhere else. [ banghter.] I dt
lot believe that it. lies in th mII .uthi
f the nember from Ma.sachusetts t(
alIk about my Senator beIng thielded
iy his age or not seeking proper re.
bess. I iave witnessed tcnes witi
lent ntuber which hatisfied ie that
im, would not seek the redre,-s t) whict
ie a!ludes. [Laughter.] le doen
ot forget timt I have, in the presenet
if fifteen nembers of tie llouse, seen
he incuiber frou Illinois (iar.ns
vorth) put his list in the face of th(
Domber from M tsusachusetti', and do.
nomineo him in every way that one man
o nlI der.onnce another until had tosa)
o lie other members of the commit,
ce standing by that I did not think
lere was tny white unan that would
alke it without a light, and the de
eit nlegroes in my State would fight
ver it. [U pnarous laughtor.]
Mr. FiIrSwottih (deci.ively); It
Ms oIn account, of his extreme age,
Mir. Butlcr (pointing to Fatns.
"ortlh) - 110 is not a white man.
Mr. EKdridge . Now is the prop
r time to call in the ebaplain. I.Con
Mr. Cox: The coroner should ic
Is Isent for.
i1K A n)ot.:ss OF rTF. DEMOeRATiC CON
u in t:s-n:EN 1TO -n1.: r1o E1 nt. a.
VAFnINs-roN, April 20.--The "Ad.
res of tho Democratie Congressmnen
o the 'eople of the Country," sigi.ed
y 1.1 senators and 93 ineubers, il
sn1e4. It Concludes:
"E1very thing that malicious inge
uity could suggest Inns been done to
rritato the people of the niddle andl
outheri States by gross and exag.
'erated charges of disorder and vio
ence, which had their origin in the
iischievous mindsof political niana.
;ers in the Senate and House of Rep.
isentativos, and to which we regret
o say the 'xeoutive has giveni his
id, and thus helped to influence the
>opular feeling. In all this course ol
ostile legislation and harsh resent.
ictit to word of conciliation, of kind
lioourigement or fraternal fellow.lhip.
as ever been spokon by the Presi.
lent or by Congress to the people of
lie southern States. They litve beer
Addrestsed only in the language o
>roscription. We earnestly entreat
mr fellow-citizens in all parts of th
Juion to spare no effort to uaintainl
>oaco and order, to carefully prot( et
he rights of every cit izen, to pre
erve kindly relations among all ment
lid t disiountenanc and d iscourage
l:, n-, -in of the rights of any per
in t thd;%le Oi!e scured under th<
,onstitution or any of its amend
In conclusion, we earnestly beg o
'ou not to aid the present atteompts o
tidical patrtisans to stir up strifo it
he land, to renew the issueos of war
ir to obstruct the rot'.rn of pence anc
>rospierit~y to the sotierti States
ieause it is thus that they seek t<
Invert the attention of thne counatr'
rotm thne corrupitotn anid extravaganci
n~t heir administration of public affairt
mdn tha dangierouns and profligate at
empnt they are makIng towards th<
reantion (of a centraliv.ed miilitar'
S A D A LIS
ltI'TollER, punrifies the bloo
aid cures $crof.nla, 8ypnhilia, Skin Diis
Seanses, Itheumat isnm, Diseases of we
nien, and all Chn onic Affectilotta of thn
tthooid,1 Iiver and Kidney. tecomt
mtendted by the Medicail Faculty an<
many thousandsil of ouri best citizens.
tiend thnet estimony of Physicinns ani
patienus whno have used Itosadahsi,; sen,
tot' our* Itosadalis (uide to leicah Iboo1
or Almnauas for this year, which wi
Spimiblish foe gratuoil ous distribut ion;i
will giveyom hvatalinra
yo u ouon.be aonn
Dr RV. Carr', or 11altinmore, says
I t kepleasure in rr ommnending you1
ltosaidailjias a very piowerful alterative
I have seen it used in t wo cases will
hanppy results-one in a case of second
ar y '3yphilis, in whichh the patient pro
nortoed iminself outedl after hrar1h
tiken five bot tles of your medIcine.
The other is a case of nicrof'ula of ten
siandhing, which is rapidly iprovin,
Iu nder its mse, atnd thle inidicat ions ar
that the patient will sooni recover.
have carefully examiiined the formul
by which your Rlosadalis is mradeO, an
'indl It andi excellent Comupound of alter
IDr. 8parks, of Nicholasville, K:.
says lie hias useid Itosadalis in cases'
8ecrofula andi Secondary Syphilis with
niatisfatnlor~y iresults--as a Clantser o
B heI Bltood I know no bet terreniedy.
Samuiel (1. Mc -'addlen, Munrfreesbonro,
I hanve usedl seven bottles of R~osadtal
is, and amn entirely cured of htheutmqr
tismn ; send are four bottles, as I wIsh I
f'or my bron her, whno hats scrofutleus sor<
lienjamIn Bochtcl, of Limit, Ohio
wrItes, I.have suffored for twenty years
with n tiveterate orutptlon ever mj~
whole body ; a short ilmnq since I pur
chtasetl a bottle of Ilosfudalla and It of
fected a perfect cure.
Rlosnaais is sold by all druigglsts.
Laboratory, 61 Exchange Place, Bal
Stlmore. use. CLEMiBNT8 & O0,,
may 19-ly Propiletors.
T wo barrola Fine CabInet Bye WhIskey
wer barrels Ftno Wilson Rye WhIskey, ales
ther brands of Fleue JNyeand Corn Whis
ics, Sherry, Port and Madeira WInes, Fini
ild Coghac, Apple, Olnger and laqiLbrr]
Iratidy, Ale, Porter, and 'a -l'ot Pini1a
:hamnpagne, on hpnd and to'irrhte at
mar 9.-. , - 1 ''n .I 1nCA rIJe
HEN RY Tid B0y(S
C n Ala'd Extract R/hubard if
and Fluid Extract Catawba Grape C
For Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Billious at
Affetions., Sick or ,iervous Iledhsobe, w
Cdstlve-eejs,'eto. Purely VegetAble, Con. M
taining no. MSptcuryj Mineral or Dole- P
These Pl!M.i nre the mnost delightful pleas.
ant purgntive. itApe)rsedling citsor oil. tnlts,
mangneait, et. 'lthe in nothing nmore ac
ceptabile to I ie ttoinneih, They give tone.
need vcaluse teiiher inaisin nor griping pains.
They are conposed uf It heflotest iyredients
.\fter n few days' noe of ithemt. such :.n in
vigoralion of lise ent ire ty-tel takes place
as" to apipeanr I.)m.n I the weak and
enervated1i. whetli-r arising front hiprit
denice or dtist.nxo. I1 T li-m bold's ('m
pottid FIliid Ixtmrel Cataiiw t- (ripe Pills
tre not sutgir conted, froiim the i'nlet that
utigar coned Pills to not dissolve, but pass
through ttonlei h wit ithou dIs!,olvitig.con.
seIquetlly do not prodluc the il sited ettfcI .
l'un (ATAwIA OirAI'. P1i..s. hling ph-asanm
II ite antd otlor. do no- necessita I their th
being sugir coated. Price Fifty Ceols per t
BIENRY T.. HELMBOLD'S I
FLU1D) EXI"T. SAIISAPAIL LLA Ef
Will etadicaIly exiermtijislte fromi thle systeim V
Szvofuiln, Syphili.o. Fever Sores, Ulce r8. lin
sore Eves, Sore begs, More Moith, Sore oim
hlead, 'Broeditls; Skin Disenset, Silt th
hIlieuni, Cankets, Rutnninmgs frot the Ear, oe
While Swellings. Tumors, Cancerous Affeo IlI
lions, Nodes, Itickets, lanutilar Nwellings, t
Night Sweats, Itasih, Toett, Ilur tors of tIll 11
Kitdts, Chronic Ithemattism. Dyipepsin, X
1and4 nit disenses lhat have been establihed 64
inl the syatb fot., yenrs. cc
Ieiig prepared expressly foi tie above coe -
plaints, its Illootl-iitrifying properties tire
grenter that nity other preparation of Sar
sapitrilla. It gives Ise conplexio.m a% clenr ht
and healthy color lend restores the patient. or
to a stato of lid-th nd purity. For pur. .
fyiig the blood, renoving nil chronic con- en
siltutional diseaises arising froirm an imuire - In
state of ite blouod. and the only relinble 6
nnd effctaitil known reimtedy for lite nure of as
Pains and swelling of ithe Pones. Ulcern- . 81
tions of ihe Thront anti Leg.', Bloches.
P'inples onl the Pace. Erysipelas anI all p
Setl Eroptions of tho 5kin, and lienutii aT
fyinig ihe Coimplexion. Price, $1 50 per '
HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S
FLUID EXTRACT BUCRU,
hins cured ever) ca-e of Diabetes in which
it has been given. Iritatiotn of the Neck of I
tI.e Hnlltder nnd InForniation of the Kid
neys, Ulceration of teia Kidneys and Binl
der. letention of' Urine, Disease5 of the C
Prostate (litild, Stono in the Bladder. Cal'
cntis. (iravel, Brikdust Deposit, end int.
cos or Milky lais<:harges, and for Enfeebled
%nd Delicate Consttutions of both Sexes,
at tndel with time followiumg lymtolams In.
dispos!titon to lIhetttIn. hints of Power,
Lost of Memory, Dilli..ulty of Breathing, I
Weak Nervet, Tri-mtbling. I rror of Dis,
ease, Waketulness. Dinneqs of Vision,
Pain in the ilaick, Hot Hands. Flu-iiig of
tite Body, Drytess of the Skin, Eruption Li
ol he Face, l'tlid Countenance, Universal
l11 it udl of hlie Muscular Sv.stem. etc.
Used by persons front thenges or eigh.
Icon to twenty-five. tnd from thirsy-five to A
fifty-five or in the decline or change of life ;
after confinetent or labor pains; bed-wet
ting in children,
H lelmbold'st Extract Buchtt Ia Dit-ttic
antd iluOd-Purifyintg, and cures all diseasesA
arising fronm habits of dissipaliion, anid ex.
cestes andu imtprudences in 'fe, implurities I.
of the blond, ec., superseding l.opaiau in
Affections for whtich itis uused,. nnd syphi
litic nffecttis-in these diseases need in
conneOction witIthlHolmbohti's llose Wash. A
in miany asffeucdons p~ecuita'r t o ldleet, t he L
Extract lluu s u neqtualledfly.noy othier
remtedy -as In (Chlorosis or 1l9tention, Ir.
?egitdarity, Pauinfulness or Suppression of
Cutstomary ttnlutions, Ulerated or A
Schmirrut state of thte Uterns, Lentcorrhta
or J'~ites, St erility, and for all compmlaintsi ,
ineident to tihe sex, whether ar'isinmg frotm N
indiscretion or halbits of dissipation. it is
prescribed extens~ively by the most eminent 8
physicians andi nmidwives for enfeebled andi
delicate contsltitutions, of both sexes and 4,
all ages (attended with atmy of the above y
diseases or syotptoms.) g
Hi. T. H~elmnbold's Extract Buchu
C(ltraV isAsg- AnittiSiN riuoM iMtaittniN
0511, itAniTis or DissIPATION. RTC.,
In all thieir'lsages, at lit tle expense. little or
no change in diet, no insconvenitsnee andt no
exposure. Prtice, Otto bollai' and .Fifty
Cett.a por Bottle.
H, Tm hIceimbolil's Impfoved Rose Wah,
connot lie surp'nsesd no a F'Ace Waseh,and will P
be fotntd the only specific remedy in every
. pecies of Cutanteous Affection. It speedi- MI
ly e 'adicates Pilsple Spots..8eorbutlo Dry -e
tihes , Iuddratiotns of the Contaneouss Mem- ki
brane, etc., dispels Rledness anti Iniient
Inlanmation, Hlivemi, htash. Moth Ptatches,
Dryneuiof~ealp pr8lgin, Freat bttes, qud
all purtposes for wich Salves or Ointments Ls
are used :restores ihn skim to a state of al
purity anti sofltness, anti insures cotinued 1)
healthy action to the tissues of iha vessels, I)
ont which depends the ngreenble clearness Cc
and vivacity of complexion so mutch sotght ku
atnd admired. Uit hotnt~et vpluphla as 4 iih
remedy~ tar bkisIii do reefs di thb skin, Il' pt
T. llelmbhotd's Rto Wash has huangsustained to
1s priincipule c '-Simt t unibotunded pat rontage
by possessing qudtities thich render it a
Toilet Appenthagi f the nioqt SN-perltvoe.
nndCcngets'nl 01barunoter. nombinI ,g in an 9
elegat fortnnlau ihose promnuent teqiulsites,
iafet y ne~d . lticiecy-tho invatgkl., ac
companimenats of its use-as a t'reser
Yative, ukd lefreshier of thue Compiexion...
It. is. exeellent Lotion for diseasee
of a Syphilitic Nature, and as an ha
fee ion for diism'ntes of the Urinary Or
get. arIsitg -nr m-habits of dissipation,' JT
sed in conntrthm with t he Extracts Buebhu
Sarap~auilla, rind Calawaba Grape Pills, MI C
st~ch diseasg as recona~nenuded, cannot, be
atirpaussed. ,Pee One Dollat Per Bottle.
Fulle' and esplici *ireotions aeot a~ the
h a of i
*ertificaes a 'i ecm,,g~
metay- mftwb'e i eobh bile ettir,
aluding eminent Ph...cians Cl---~
ten T. Mehnbold's Genuine Prepara
Delivered to any address. Sreure fromn
Eslabitshed upwal'V of Twenty Years.
)ld by LVruggists eVt-,ywhere. Address
tiers for infornation, in confidenre t
ENRY T. HELMBlOLD, Druggist andt
Only Depots: If. T. IUM 31BOLD'8 Drug
id Chenical Warehouse. No. 694 Broad
ay. New York, or to Ii. T. iIELMBOLD'8
edical Depot, 104 Fouth Tenth Street,
Bewnre of Count eMts. Ask fur WEN. r
V T. IIELMBOLD'8! Take no other.
MA 1FURI"N 61 !w l TI N ULOOXP.
The reputation this ex. I
cellent medicine enioya
is derived Mrom its 1res
many of which are truly
cases of Scrofnlous dia.
case, where tle stem
.. seemed eaturatedY with
corruption, have been
purifed and cured by it,
Seroilous allbetions and
disorders,which were ag.
ravated by the scrofu.
Dy were painfully aMicting, have been radically '9
red in such great numbers in almost every sco.
,n of the country, that the public scarcely need I
be informed of Its virtues or uses.
Scroftulous poison is one of the most destrue.
!o enemies of our race. Often. this unseen and c
felt tenant of the organism undermines the con.
tution, anti invites the attack of enfeebling or fa. (
diseases, without exciting a suspicion of its
esence. Agal, it seems to breed infection
roughout the by, and then, on some favorable
casion rapidly ovelop, into one or other of its
leous forms, either on the etrkee oranong the
als. in the latter, tubereles may be suiddenly ;
sied in tho lungs or heart, or tumors formed
liver, or 1t9wv its presene6 by eruptions
thE skin or fbnl ulcerations on some part of
bod ence the occasional use of a bottle
this Barsaparilla Is advisable, even when no
tve symptoms of disease appear. Persons af.
ted with the following co aplaints generally
d im ediate relief, and, atheng, enre, by the
3 of this BARBAPARILLA: St. Anthoo.
"a Fire, Rose or ErUsipelas, Telter, Salt i
tee,s, Scald Head, Ringweornm, Sore Vyes, d
re Ears, and other eruptions or visible forms
Seroftulous disease. Also in the more con. s
%led lbrms as I) es, ?)ropsy, 11cart
4sease) F er, Lj, Neuralyla, and
various Ulceroes aecons of the muscular
d nervous systems.
lyphils or Venereal and Mercutal )(s.
sees are cured b) It though a long time is reC
ired for subdi %g these obstinato maladies by
y medicine. it long-continued use of this a
dicine will cure the complaint. Leuscorrhacs
Whites, Utcrinse Ulcerations., and Fensale
lseases, are commonly soon relieved and ulti.
itely cured by its puirilIng and invigorating
ect. Minute directions for each case are found
our Almanac, supplied gratis. 1thetsnaatisra r
dGoa,vhen caused by accumulations of ex.
dlebtl hhttera in the blo'd, yield quickly to it,
also Liver Consplaints Toriaftt(y, Conlged
,n or Inflansnaation of Iho ee and .y ta.
re, when arisin , as they often do, from the
akhing poisons In the blood. This BAIsA
4RZ LLA is a great restorer for the strength t
d vigor of the system. Those who are Lan
hlI and Listless, 1)espoandent, Sleepless,
4 troubled with Nervoues Appreahensions or
are, or any of the affedtions symptomatic of
Cteknees, will find immediate relief and con. I
icing evidence of its restorative power upon
v. X. C. ATER & CO., Mowell, Mass.,
Praetical and Analytical Chemistes.
LD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
liarlotte, Colunibla and August
COLUMBIA, Jan. 17, 1871.
11E following Passenger Schedule will
go into effect on this Road on and after
inunty, January 22,
DAY TRAIN--OoINO NOtTI.
avo Augusta, at 8.00 a m
-- Columbia. S. C., at 1.03 p m
' Winnshoro, 3 37 p ml
Chester, 6 10 p m
-rive at Chrlotte, N. C. 7.80 p n
fdit? TItA t--GoItX NoRTHt.
-ave Augusta at 6.00 p m
S Colb mlia, 11 20 p m
" Wlnnsboro, 1 27 a m
" Chester, 3.00 a m
rve at Chcarluite, 6.80 a n,.
DAY TRAIltlnoix aont.t
arve Charlotte, N. C. at 8.00 a n
" Chasier, 10 28 a m
''Winnshore, 11.58 p m
-' Columbia 2.28 p m
rrive at Augstia 7 45 p nm
XltiHT TntAiN5-Goito 5OCTH1.
u've Charlotte, 8.10 p m
" Chester, It) 80 p mn
" Winnisboro, 11.69 p mn
" Columbia, 2.28 a mt
r'rive at Augusta, 7.80 a m
GOING NoaRaH -Day Traint makis close
iiy connections at Charillottofralpis
arelh and East.tefrllois
Night Train makes same connections,
Goiaj~ fSou'nt.-Day Train inakes close
aily connections at Augusta with' irains
Georgia and Central Gorgia lliliradus,
r all poInts Sout h. South west and West.
No night trains will leave Charlotte, Au.
us's or itntermediamepolnts on Standays.
Through Tickets sold, nad inggago check
to all principal poinis.
J. St. SELKIRK, Supt.
E. R. Doasv, Genetal Ticket, Agent,
'LOURI, Bugars, Coffees,.- Tea, Sardines,
Candles, Cantied t'omaioes, Jellies,
ann'ed (wsters, Cakes and Crackers. Pep..
ir, Gihger, Alspiee, Cloves andi Nutmeng,,
eklets, Starch, Songp, Boda, Concon Irated
re, Patnsh, Blacking, Btlacking Brushes,
ustard. French Mlustard, Escene 8, assort
,Smokingand Chewig Tobacco,and Yan
A large lot of Futrniture.c oncisling of
mungesa, Sofas, Book Cnses, Writing Desks,
I Walnut, 100 as oried, Single tand Doublo
adsteads, 100 W~hie Oak oplit Bottom
nitog ChaIrs, 1Prlor Chairs, Wardrobes,
hiag. Sei5, ,and everything usually
Pt in the Fitrniture lhne, at pricest to slti
e purchaser, for oash, Looking Gilasses
it in old frames or made to order. Our
rms are cash and we willisell for the cash.
11l, ndl see our large st ock, 'tnst arrived.
Jan 20 , MolcNTYRE & 10O
i LOT OF WINDOW SHADES,
FURNITURE, &c., &os
.1at, rebetved and for sale low for
ash at MolNTYRE &CO'S.
j'EISI flro:6 >t11111ng'q Mill., A large let
of Sedit, ariIelly:dr. ;8hbris and
ceen at bolNT.RE.& 00~4
OVA0TYTR8S, DaeMVceper, Partil I
Poap, Sugar a 4Cofd. 'yst oealid a
- W.IT. SPORTES. aa
SOLUBLE MANURESe A
E TIW AN
S0LPIIURIC ACID AND SUE
i El now well known ETIWAN GUANO is I
phates of South 'arolinn Thtse 11losl
fill required to be gtotuhti to powder. and ni
lly live now in operation file litigestt Silpl
lierefore. nble to mini'act tire at. the lowest
ieig clear litt I he greater the propoi lion o
ontnin-A. t he 14s t he qiant ity requlied vier s
lete. A nionin and Pth a in ittit.ietli qunil
Itiy iitntifacture and 't.tr l\Wr Ftne
Varrnntice to contain froi 10 to 20 pier cet
roh 2 to 24 per ceiti. tf Anniomia, Willi a
'ot :s.s, to adapt it to clol.s. 'rice $40 pet
iret 7 per cent. peri atinutin,
If figh Orade, suitable for unniincturierms o
'ertilizer, and Fpecinly adipled for cob).-F
re used to disse.lve the Phosphnis this 'will
vansporlt int mnt erinl. The ginde furnihii
one Phophnte. Price $4I0 per let, ensah
er annum. Still higher glist-s will be furi
pecinily piepartl for tCtmpoming with cot
rlice $31$ per tol, cnih ; on min e, $40, w
J. much lower ritts, consioling simply of Ih,
ricoe $20 per to, en.h *,h lihie $22, rend
W1. a. ]R
Agents, No. 14 Adger's I
N. B..-rhe percentage Dissolved Bone Ph<
iiWaits, 1is necertined nt, the Works. by the
ntrcharer ho dissatisfied, hie mny return avet
lys after delivery, and will be isnalyzed ano
unranteed will b :nnde good to him by the
TS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVRe
By J. f. 0HENOK, K. D.
Mat a human being has passed away for whose
eath there was no Other reason than the neglect of
nown and indisputably proven means or cure.
'hose near and dear to family and frlends are
teepimig the dreamless slumber into which, had
tiy nlly adopted
DB. JOEPn ]I. SCUIEENCH'4 SBIMPLE
ld availed themselves of ils wonderfully aefan
tous medicilne. they would liot leave fallen.
Dr. Schenck )uit Il his own case proved that
?horever ielldtleht vitality remains, that vttalit
y his medicines and his directions for their use, I
uickened into healthfUl vigor.
Its this statement there is nothing presumptuQuai
1o the faith of the invalid is made no representatOI
hat is not a thousand times substantiated by living
nd visible works. The theory of the cure by Dr.
chenek's medlicnes Is as simple as it is unfailling.
o philmo o , reires no argument. It is self-as
The Een-weel Ton Ic and Mandrake PIlls are the
rat two weapons with which the citadel of the
taindy Is assailed. Two-thirds of the cases of con
inion originate in dyapepsia and a functionally
nroled liver. Witliti oondition the broanchl
i es ItKynpathtse" *l the lttflach. They re- 4
pond to the umorbile etion of the liver. Here then
omnes the culminating result, and the setting ing
rith all its distroing ymitoms of
The Mandrake Pills are composed of One of Mie.a
tiis noblest gifts-the Podophillum Peltatut,
hey possess nit the bl'od-searchtng, alteratVe
roperties of calomel, but, unlike calomel, they
The worke ofct-q is how begi-ning. The vitlated
lid mucous thpiioiit loI the bowels and tn the ali.
ientary canal are ejectd. The ilver, like a clock,
I tU0nnd up. It arouses fron its torjidity. The
to011111ci acts lesjhiil1~rl, idid Mti, i' 6l 1;% UV114
0 Iet that hte In getting, at Iast'
A SUrrL OF GO5D BLOozi.
TIe Sea-weed Tonic in conjunctloi with the klls,
lermeates snd asiilates with the rood. Chylil.
alton Is now progressing withotit Its previous ter
ures. Digestion biuientus painless, and the cure Is
eon to be at hand. There I Ix) M1lore flAtulence no
xaeerbailon of the stomach. A nta1peiesetsi'in.
Now comes the greatest Bllood Puriler Isver yet
,Iven by an indligent father to suiering inai.
henck's Pulunnic Syrup comes in to periorhi its
let1ons and to hasten and complete the Cute. it
ditetS at oneO uipon it@ work. 4 tUriti een not be
heated. It colleets find ripeisf the impaired and
litsesed portions of the lungs. In the fbrm of
ratherinis, it prepares them for expectoration, and
o Iin a v short time the ma a i vanquished
he tten ttrone that It occuiei1 fenovated altt1
nade new, and the atei, in .l the dignity of re
;ainm t vigora ste s 93 to enjoy the manhood or
GEVEN UP AX ItA).T.
The second thing is, the patients must stay In a
varm roon untit they get well; It Is almost impos
ible to prevent taking cold when the lungs are dis
_ajl but it m.ust ba pireveteil or a cire can bee
ection or tee cotiry in th n ter sea
onae ral twrong, lir tianswhre m eii
tdy diseased: and yt, hecaise they are Ithie
shout t loomt as mch iiasifea te nistwa
viii hear, to get tip a gooxd cirettlatliona of blood.,h
iatienlts must keetp in gioct sptrt.--bot deterninled
o get well. This has a great (teat to do With the
hlpette, and Is the great poInt to gaitn.
'To dleair of cure after such evidence of its pa01
iltbility llt the wor-st cases and mloral iletaity in
Ill 0otiers la siafu. Dr. feiheneck's personal stale
nen to til aculty of his own cure was in these
"Many yeaurs ago I was In the last stages of ccon
Ilmpltton; ccmlineli 10 niy bed, anmd at eonie tIme my
iii ahitained the~ preprtions wich.I I nowof'rt
be public, nndi they miade a per fect cure of me. It
eemned to mthtI could feel them penetrate my
vihole system, Tthey soon ripened the matter in my
ungs, and I would spit up more thian ahtof offen.
Live yellow mailer every morning for a long thn e.
"As soon an that began to Subside, ay cough,
liii in andit iight-swveats ail begall t leave me'
an peiebecamid Oo 'rEIt todt i~ wan wIth
itlicdi ty that I could keep fl-m eating too much.
sodi gained my strength, and have grown Ia flesh
" I was weighied shortly after my recovery " added
1h8 Doctor, ' then looking like a mere skeleton; my
heigt wa em iy iinety-ea en uld ayp resea
imd for years I have enjoyed uniite-rimpted health,'
Dr. Schenck has discntinued his professions)
risits to New York and floston. Hie or his son Dr.
r. HT. Schene'k,Jr. still danlinne to see atlenis at
heir Oilces, n. liiol'th liSitStreet, Ph Iadeliis
lhtly fSathiray ftotd P A.M. to 8 P.M. Those whO
kish a thsoroughm exnininalton wIth the Riespiro.
uneter will be charged4M. Trhe Respionmeter declarei
lhe exact conitioni of the lunigs, and patIents can
readily learn whether they are curable or not,
The direettons for takinig the medcimies ftre adapt
Mi to the intelligence even of a child. Follow thmess
lit ettions, and kind Nature will do the rest, excep
"Iftllatlpn. ome cuases the Manudrake Pills are t
Jeeh inihtreaesed doses; the three enediol e tisa
uo other accompanIments than the Attiple liistilip
lone thitt accompany thmem: Ftirst create app tile.
)f returning hiealh, huni ger is the most welcome
lymptom. Wh~ena it comes, an It will come let the
iespuairing at oimce be of good cheer. Gtoodiulood at
mee follows, the coiigl loosens, the nighit-sweas
Ibated Ina lrliiboth of these morbidsmp
Di'- h~cenck's medicinte at' coniitly kept In
enis or thousamids of families. As a laxative or puir
iattv, the Mandrake Pills are a standard prepars
inn; white thse Pulmonic Syrup, as a cure or coughs
snd colds, may be regarded as a prophylacterio
gastconsumuption in any of its forms.
P. P. TO AL7
CHIARLESTON, S. Os
I* Largest and fnos1 Cotaplete '1 g
&J Manmfacioi-y of D~oorei, Sash- a
0'1in the louthern State. J
Printed Price List Defies CJompetition,
W" SEND FOR ONEI. %g
Kg Sent free on application -gg
IEOROE A. BOWMAN, A gent
tiS ?iug St., Charleston, 5. 0.
EEP8 ochstauathcy on h~nd a large and wel
,selected stook 9f Carpeing, 01 Cl'oth,
laiting', Rtga; Door Mate, &o., &e. Sek
e are usually faans1 a ai ass. Car,.
e ANEWS and HIRALD I
t. The MIWS to the only TrI.Weekly ppilsh
et d in the State, outside of charleston, a,
3 Colutuia, and is gea of the best adverle'
ing thedbaums It the epsestatty of South
Carolina It is furnIshed to subseribere it
the fellowing rates) in edfeente I
I topy one year, $d 00
1 " silk msithuh 2 00
1 1 three mismi, 1 00
The HNRALD, a large twenty-Ils6 set
umn Weekly, coetain the cream of the
reading matter pulished in the Naws, and
should be the visitor of every fireside In
Ftairtetd. It ham a bonafid. eloseesation
throughout the Union, and is eensidered
one of the Bkr FAMIr PA P'RS is
w I copy one far, $8 00
d I " sameaths, 200
fVUD RA MS*
A sopsa e1 year, $12
e 10 opies one year,
One of the fbllowing lagaslies will be
furnished to the party gettihg up a club of
. ten subscribers for the IIRIIALD I The Ru.
It a arolinianj 4thtlaerm Cultivatert, edey
it Ldy Book, Demorest, of boa Te.
The Jeb Department ef the NUWB andi
HERA LI has bees fitted up with New
Type, Cards, Bill Paper, As , such as will
Warrant the Proprlstsrs (both of whose ar
Viecotleal Prlnters.) la sayleg they earn ekte
eute ne good JOBS WORIK as ay other oettce
in the St ate. UJtut aershaete will have Me
sIotise to go North for theit Jobs. -As).
thitng printed at this ecles, fireta a Visiti
Card to to a Pester 288,
Desportee & WIllIams,
I PECTR'ULil la
f orz the citlaens of .,
to~ a f'll'aseretotletatah ~'ty
K ikg, 8peagle Ac., alwp on hand
s a.t will soll at- twe ecwouJ
reospeo'fully ash Ie
fastios. Ali 'wbk . .
ND SULPHUIIO ACID,
ed at the
e Be 0.p
nanufhetured frohi thm Ntint Done Phi
iles in their natural state are insolubl
ie Soluble by Sulphuric Acid. This Vot
urio Aeid Chanmbers at the South, and as
matc, the highe8t grado of Fertililert
Soluble 'h )tspiet wealel aty 1"Mi111
Ore, iI order to mnake the perilliat t
title ae addied. With these viewst he ILM
of Dissolved Bone Phosphalte of 11the a
sufficient addition of Pieuvian Oano ai
t%#n Ceib ou titte, $I6O per ton, and I
Dlf B 2tT~i,
r for I'laeters, being in itself an eteele
As lrtge qtantnitIes of Sulphurit At
hie ft toni n chenp and convenient wsY
d will lie fron 18 to 20 per cht. DissoWi
; oi title, $46, with interest at *per ten
ished to order at an addtilonal price p
2n Seed And other Plantation M'tanures.
1h interest at ,7 per Cent. per annutb,
native Bone Phosphates ground to powdi
interest at 0 per cent, pet anMAM.
EE & 00.,
Viarf, harleston, 8, .
sphate of Litne in-i Ammonia in all i
ir Uh'ulet, before dolivery. should a,
age samples of aby purchase, Within (A
w, and any deftieenay in the pereeste
-ompany jan 26-8ft
CAROLINA NATIONAL BAN]
Colta.Ent1:)a, S, 0
Capital Stock Paid in--4200,000,
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
L. D. CILDS, President.
DU. J W. Parker, It. M. Wallace,
Joh n S. Wiley, Dr. .John T. Darby,
9. Hope, It. O'Neal, Jr
C. D. Melton, Attorney,
IV. D. Gulick, C. J. tredell,
Cashier, AsSltant Cashier
P HIP, capital stock of this Bank I no
I$200 000, all of which has been pal
n. and cohlrned by 0 e Comptroller of ti
'urrency, Authority has also been recell
d foi a further increase to the anount i
650,000, of which over $20,000 has a
eldy been Itken. Persons wishing i
nkie an investmeht should app'y witoi
lelay. The Surplus Fund is now $6,004
>r three per cent upon its stock.
The Carolina National Bnk issues ece
ificates of deposit, beting interest at It
-aloof uaaen per nwtt. ber annut, Th
'eature of its business makes it praotlicall
A Savings Bank,
knd attention is called to the fact that I
afety of these deposits, as well as all oti
Ira, are guaranteed by the whole capital i
he Bank. No safer hinde of temporat
nytalment is offered to the public than ihl
-the deptsita teing payable on demani
tr on short notice. Deposits of any amout
ecived either in currency er soin, anti aj
ible in the same. Interest. will lit paid i
ie tdt of eoth sit months, should lopogi
en-Ain beyond that length of time.
Coutimbia. S '., Jantary 28, 1871.
'IliUmit months from datte application wi
L. be tnd~e to Sotuth Western R II Rot
Blank anti South Carolina Rail Road Cot
pony, for renewal of certifieate, date, att
iumber not known, for eight (8) shares
tsid St ock. Also lot renewal of certinleat
inte, and numiber tnot known. f or eight ha
thares int maid Rail Road company. TIl
seriincatea standing in the name of Thot
rs Mletulloch. Original lost or destroye.
moch 15-x8m DA N'L H ALL, Ex'or,
WINES AND LIQUORS
A LARGUE ASSORlTIENT
E. W. OLLEVER & CO'S
WMs 0. BEE & 00,,
Facters and ConInlales Iershai
CHARLESTON, 8 0.
Libertl advanoes miade upon eensnigi
seats to our correspondents in .Liverpo
md New York. mar 21--6m
d STABLE. g
. Fe GOODIfNG9,
IE P nssifonbane iaeg84dl
mnbt ke Mules, a. g.od a s ew brottghs
Carriages,;Buaggies, Wagon., and Badd
hormes always orn had, to hire, on[he twe
iDBL8. of Pine Old Nectar Whiakey,4
mar 2 B. W, nenPOn=.