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LONDON, May 7.-The T?tnes says Eri'g
gland endeavored to do justice to all parties
during the lato rebellion, ?nd must decline
to acknowledge any other motivo for her
action. She has offered to submit to arbi?
tration thet question, whether she has.been
culpably negligent, but she ca mot go fur?
ther. Extravagant misrepresents ?ons were
necessary to furnish the basis for such a
policy as foreshadowed Mr. Sumner's
speech. Tho Times concludes by assuring
the Americans that it will prove a failure.
The Telegraph promises that England will
give an attentive ear to reasonable proposi?
tions, but will not listen to novel pr?ten?
tions If no solution is now practicable,
she will leave the question now at issue to
the influence of time and the mature judg?
ment of the American people for adjust?
CORK, May 7.-Tho town council to-day
adopted a protest against the bill introduced
in the House of Commons, disabling Mr.
O'Sullivan, the present Mayor of tho city,
from performing the functions of magis?
trate. They also resolved to engage coun?
sel to oppose the bill. O'Sullivan is an?
nounced as a candidato for the Hou: o of
Commons from Youghal.
CONSTANTINOPLE, May 7.-On the 5th of
May, the first day of the Mohammedan year,
the Sultan reoeived the ministers of foreign
powers at Constantinople in a body, and
made an address of the most pacific charac?
ter. H? ' referred with satisfaction to the
favorable settlement of the difficulties with
Qreece, the pacification of Crete and friendly
relations, of Turkey with all foreign powors.
He said he should continue to insist on
economy in administration, the improve?
ment of judicial procedure, the exteusion of
the railway system, and the equal participa?
tion of all classes of his subjects in the obli?
gations and benefits of these reforms. The
Cretan chieftains have been pardoned and
LONDON, May 10.-A great mass meeting
has been held in Cork, in condemnation of
the conduct of the Government in its action
regarding Mayor O'Sullivan.
MADRID, May 10.-Prim denounces re?
ports that he contemplates any attempt
against Liberal regime as baseless. His
future would prove that "honor and liberty"
was his motto. It is reported that General
Gambrera, Carlist leader, hos appeared in
Catalonia. The financial statement showing
an excess of twelve million rials over tho
reserves, creates uneasiness.
Answering the Cortes regarding the action
taken toward acquiring Gibraltar, tho Min?
ister of State, replied that tho Government
fully recognized the importance of tho Gib?
ralter question, but before negotiating for
Gibraltar's cession, the government of Spain
must be strongly organized, financially, and
FLORENCE, May 10.-The following is thc
new Cabinet: President, Monebrea; Foreign,
Miughette; Interior, Terraris; Justica, Mi
rabelli; Commerce, Barogne; Marine and
War I? In g ton News.
WASHINGTON, May 10.-The last spike of
the Pacific Railroad was driven at half-past 2
o'clock to-day, Washington time.
Internal revenue is very heavy for tho
month; the prospects for customs are also
very favorable. The revenue accounts show
' jut receipts from tho whiskey tax have in?
creased since the reduction.
Internal revenue receipts to-day $1,225,
Thirty-six typos, mostly veteran Wash?
ingtonians, were discharged from the Go?
vernment printing office to-day.
lt seems determined that the disfranchis?
ing clause of the Virginia Constitutition will
alone be submitted to a separate vote.
Shrewd Virginia politicians predict that
under this plan the Constitution will be de?
feated by an immense majority, as the test
oath and County organization clauses are
regarded as equally odious-especially the
County organization clause-which it is
claimed will involve ruinous expense to tho
people of Virginia. It is considered certain
that the election will occur on the 1st Tues?
day in July.
It is stated to be requisite to an appoint?
ment to any position in the internal revenue
office, that a solemn oath of total abstinanco
from intoxicating drinks be taken.
Regulations for refunding' the tax on
capital invested in this country by foreign?
ers has been prepared, and is in the hands
of the printers.
The Cuban patriots are represented here
to have resolved upon a different policy.
They represent that the Cubans have taken
positions where they can successfully re?
sist the Spaniards.
NEW YORK, May 10.-Panama news, per
steamer Chauncy, is to the effect that small?
pox is making fearful ravages, though it is
thought to be diminishing. Tho Sanitary
Committee is actively engaged in checking
the scourge. Yellow fever is diminishing in
Peru. The American Consul, MoLally, died
at Callao of fovor.
PHILADELPHIA, May 10. -Margaret Pearce,
from Charleston, S. C., committed suicide
at tho Merchants' Hotel, to-day, by taking
oxolio acid. Cause, pecuniary difficulties.
QUINCY, III., May 10.-TheHobrowSyn?
agogue and pastorage were destroyed by fire
CHICAGO, May 10.-A bonso of ill-fame was
destroyed by fire last night, and several in?
mates badly burned.
ATLANTA, May 10.-Yesterday, John H.
Foy, Secretary of tho Workingmen's Asso?
ciation, dud late sub-clerk in the Executive
Department, of this State, shot his negro
mistress for wishing to separate from him.
Foy was a native of Now York. It is sup?
posed the negro will recover.
CHARLESTON, May 10.-Arrived-steamer
J. W. Everman, Philadelphia. Sailed
schooner J. A. Crooker, Providence.
FINAwK XAX. AND COM[MERfUl..
NEW YORK? May 10-Noon.-Money easy,
at 7. Stoning 9. Gold 37^. Flour ,on?
changed. Corn lc. lower. Pork dull, at
31@31>4. Lard heavy-steam 17%@18.
Cotton quiet, at 28?.(. Freights Armor.
7 P. M.-Cotton rather heavy; sales 1,509
bales, at 28?4. Flour a little more active
for low grades, and in moderate export de?
mand. Corn heavy and 2Qi?c. lower. Lard
firm-kettle 18>?(^18^. Whiskey quiet,
at 97. Rice quiet-Carolina 8).?@9!?. Su?
gar active and '?o. better. Mouey easy, nt
6@7. Sterling heavy, and closes at 9@9)?.
Gold weak, at 37.%. Stocks generally strong
BALTIMORE, May 10.-Cotton dull, at 2S.
Flour nominal. Wheat dull and lower
good to prime red firstname.lastname@example.org; choice 2 00@
2.10. Corn dull r.nd lower-white S2@83;
yellow 85@86. Pork 31%. Bacon quiet.
Whiskey scarce, at 98.
CINCINNATI, May 10.-Provisions un?
changed. Mess pork held at 31. Bacou
sales limited-shoulders 13.'.,'; sugar-cured
hams 18!;j(/''lil. Lard nominal, at 18, but
NEW ORLEANS, May 10.-Colton scarce
and stiffer-middlings 28b?@28??; sales
1,100 bales. Flour dull-superfino 5.GO;
double 5.62; treble G.25. White corn 75@
76. Bacon firm, at 13l.i. Lard-tierce
18}.i@19; keg 191?@20/"Sugar-common
9J?@10; prime 12J4'@13. Molasses nomi?
nal-fermenting 35(?)50. Whiskey quiet.
Mom nr., May 10.-Cotton in fair demand
with sales of 900 bales-middlings 26*^.
SAVANNAH, May 10.-Cotton quiet, with
sales of 200 bales-middlings 27';i; receipts
CHARLESTON, May 10.-Colton fair and in
good demand, with sales of 500 bales-mid?
dlings 27V?; receipts 318
AUGUSTA, May 10.-Cotton market dull
and nominal, with sales of 87 bales-receipts
56; middling 26^@26>^.
HAVRE, May 10.-Cotton opens dull-Ires
ordinaire on spot Hlf^l?l'i?; low middlings
LONDON, May 10-3 P. M.-Consols 925^.
Bonds firmer, at 78.%.
LIVERPOOL, May 10-3 P. M.-Cotton
dull-uplands 11%; Orleans 12.
LIVERPOOL, May 10-Evening.-Cotton
dull-uplands W%Qj??\%\ Orleans
ll J?; sales 7,000 bales.
THE DEATH OF PRINCE MENSCHIKOFF.
This old Russian General, Admiral, diplo?
mat and statesman, tho recognized leader
for a quarter of a century of thc national or
anti-reform party in Russia, and the coni
trander of the Russian army during thu
Crimean war, died in St. Petersburg, on
Monday, at the age of eighty years. Tho
events of his life aro closely iuterwoven with
Russian history since the days of Napoleon's
invasion. The Prince was born in 1789,
and was a groat -grand-son of that Menschi?
koff who was raised by Peter the Groat
from the 6hop of a pastry cook to tho Re?
gency of tho Empire.
FROST.-On Saturday morning, the frost
was so thick that a gentleman told us he
raked up a ball of it as large as a small
bird's egg. We leam that a good deal of
cotton is killed and considerable damago
done to other tender plants. This is really
singular weather for this region of country.
[Charlotte ( N. C.) limes.
Caroline Brown, a negro woman who had
charge of the ladies' retiring room of the
Senate, was one among a party removed re?
cently by Sergeaut-at-Arras French, under
an order to reduce the force. Caroline is
the one who was put off the Alexandria Rail?
road some time ago, and about whom the
Senate got itself into a virtuous indignation
at the time. She now threatens to have
Mr. French removed unless she is reinstated.
The General Assembly of Ohio havo re?
jected the fifteenth (or negro suffrage) con?
stitutional amendment. A despatch an?
nounces its adoption by tho Legislature nf
Connecticut, directly in the teeth of the
people, who havo clearly demonstrated their
opposition to the measure.
Mus. P. KINO.-Mrs. Pettigrew King, of
South Carolina, has been appointed a regu?
lar clerk in the office of the Superintendent
of the Postal Money System at Washing?
ton. She was removed some time ugo, but
Postmaster-General Creswell has reinstated
Tho skulls of dead Coufederato soldiers
buried near Fort Harrison, Va., are burned
by enterprising negroes as a means of secur?
ing tho gold fillings of the teeth. A white
renegade from seccssiouism "bosses" the
Speculators ia real estate in and around
New York are coming to grief. Prices aro
on the decline, and thero are indications
that the bottom may f ill out.
A grand jury in Georgia, has presented
the late Legislature of that State for reck?
less extravagance in voting themselves nine
dollars a day.
It is noticeable that most of tho grumb?
ling and complaining about tho adminis?
tration comes from radical journals at tho
A letter from Romo to tho London Times
says there is u general feeling that the Ecu?
menical Council will break down, owing to
Tho New York ship-owners aro exercised
aboat the proposed East River bridge, and
don't want to shorten tho masts of their
Since tho month of August, 18G5, the
public debt has decreased at tho rate of
about 880,000,000 a year.
It is proposed to build in Now York a
first class hotel, to bo devoted to tho exclu?
sive uso of negroes.
Jeff. Davis writes that he has recovered
his health, and is coming home to earn his
Flying coloi-s- Blushes ui maidens.
TU? New OoTcrnment of th? feo-calleu
United'States, and tts Fl mt Edict.
. It is a grave and- shu tiing thing to know
that tho present Government of the United
States is one unknown to the Constitution,
and never designed by tho people. It is a
Government created during aud since the
war by the radical leaders. It consists sub?
stantially of a closed caucus, controlled by
those lenders. It is, consequently, a real
Tho so-called President of this new con?
cern, by signing the tenure o?-office Act, the
result of a conspiracy between tho two
Houses of Cougress to test his fealty to
them, has virtually abandoned the office
described iu the Constitution as a co-ordi?
nate and independent department of the
Government of the United States, and sur?
rendered to the oligarchs tho executive
powers lodged in his bauds by tho peuple.
Aud the Supreme Court, by dismissing
tho appeal in tho Mc Ard le case, has also
subserviently placed itself at tho feet of
tho usurpers. It canuot be denied that
this Court, tho chief tribunal of the Judi?
ciary Department, heretofore always sup?
posed to be a separate, distinct and co-or?
dinate department of tho Goverumont, has
flagitiously surrendered its independent
powers on a question of jurisdiction to the
From these facts we repeat that tho Go?
vernment of tho country is now without
constitutional limitations or meaning, and
?sonly au arbitrary exposition of the whims,
passions and mercenary impulses of certain
men, standing as nn oligarchy in control of
The people, thus betrayed by tho Presi?
dent and the Supremo Court, seem inca
pablo of re-acting from the verge of perils
that threaten the extermination of all their
liberties. Demoralized by the follies and
i rutalities into which they have been se?
duced, tainted with corruption, mad with
mammon-worship, aud accustomed to hur?
rah at the polls, and to imagine they were
really controlling and governing, when, in
fact, they were the merest tools of those
conspiring against their best interests and
most precious rights, they appear at length
utterly unable- to take th? necessary Btepi
for their future protection and safety. Thc
people themselves have become cowardly
aud consoieuce-stricken, and aro afraid tc
resort to their physical force to rescue theil
rights and liberties, preferring to calc?late
tho pi ico of liberty in dollars and ceuts
and preferring to sdi it for tho pleasures o
peace, sensuality, and the temporary pos
session of bestial enjoyments.
Under these circumstances, the so-callei
United States aro fast becoming :i morn
spectacle for the derision of the world, au?
uro gradually drifting to tho ruin mid de
gradation which have heretofore overtake!
so many other nations iu the midst of thei
ignorance, depravity, and blasphemous cou
Wo affirm that the new Government o
thu so-called United States is a false pre
tense; that it is equally a fraud und a ly
The deluded people imagine they have
President, administering certain a flairs a\i[.
posed to be entrusted to him by tho requin
menta of the fundamental laws before thei
subversion. Instead of this executive o
ticer, as thus imagined, there is a poe
creature wearing upon his neck in th
White Hons? the collar of tho radical ol
garchs in Congress, and the uniform of th
Tho deluded people also have an impre
sion that there is an independent judiciar;
But here they are equally mustaken throng
their imaginative natures. The Supren
Court, instead of constituting a nccessai
part of our ouou grand political system, hi
become a political courtier, a Congressiou
jester, the instrument of the oligarchy,
mere exponent of petty matters of co
After tho first spasmodic demons tratic
made by our so-called President aud Chi
Magistrate and Commander-in-Chief again
his radical masters in the Congress, and its 1
dicrous denouement, having excited the co
uous wonder of tho oligarchs, and like son
tempt truculent school-boy perceiving no (
capo from the master's birch, except by faw
iug, ho hastened to make amends, and, us e
dence of his completo submission, he pr
ceeded to appoint to office the basest a
most offensive men and women, and to si j
away his rights as President, to ignore a
falsify his commission as Chief Mugistra
and to ah uso the trust of his country as
executive officer, by affixing his signature
a letter of abdication in tho shape of t
teuure-of-offico bill. Having thus fully si:
mitted and delivered np to their opponei
that faction in tho radical party he especi
ly represented, ho was graciously inform
that the oligarchs were now prepared to
low him to enjoy u semblance of official
spousibility, and that they would recei
with a show of courtesy, any message fr'
him that they beforehand approved, j
em dingly, us though ho were still a real
flueiioe in thu Government, ho solids ii
brief message to Congress looking to
carpet-bug and negro reconstruction of \
gima, Texas and Mississippi, in mockery
all constitutional ideas of republican la'
liberties and rights. Because this mess;
was not kicked out by tho oligarchs, but,
tho contrary, has beeu acted upon by the
some have been imposed on to talk of Gr
as though he were really of offieial cou
quenco. His message only proposed iii
sures that hu knew a majority of tho
garchs hijd already conceived and appro?
It only proposed reconstruction in st
conformity with tho reconstruction t
passed by tho oligarchs, interjecting
lifteetilh ameudmeut by way of coercing
the States North, as well us South, whet
in favor of or against, full negro social .
politicul equality. It simply proposed
construction in the interest of the car|
baggers und their negro dupes, and to fut
upou Vi i gi ma, Texas and Mississippi i
Vern men Ut, ouly io bo styled damnable.
Wo regret to know that this infamous
proceeding in the line of the despotism of
the new Government of tho so-called United
States is supported by any portion of the
people, "either" in the Southern States or
Northern States, styling themselves "con?
servatives." We hope that the example of
poor Longstreet has not become contagious
at the South. It would be lamentable, in?
deed, to witness men sighing for the re?
moval of their disabilities upon such mise?
rable personal terms-pliant for service as
pliant tools of a despicable faction. The
message of Grant is nothing moro than a
Congressional document, signed officially
for form's sake. As for Grant, he is politi?
cally dead and buried. And it would be
still more deplorable if conservative men at
tho North, at this juncture of perii to all
they hold dear in the land left to bo con?
tended for, should longer hesitate to rouse
the peoplo from their lethargy to throw off
the tyrants and lo recover their laws and
liberties. An empire and an imperial sys?
tem of government would bo infinitely pre?
ferable to the continued reign of the
oligarchs. But os for ourselves, give us
back the republic and the Constitution of
our fathers, with the three departments of
the Government separata and distinct, and
tho one operating as a oheck upon the
other, so that neither eau encroach either
upon the laws of tho lund or the rights and
liberties of the citizen. For this wo con?
tend, and we now unflinchingly say that,
for one, we will not sit calmly by and yield
up anything more to tho "thirty tyrants."
Their first edict has gone forth asserting
a despotic rule over Presidents, Courts,
States and people, making the ideas of a
Uoion and a Constitution a farce, and
coercing whole communities beueath their
heel. At first sight this edict would appear
to have reference only to three States South,
but when moro clearly viewed, it will be as?
certained to strike ozi the tit tu article of
tho Constitution, that especially concerns
every State North. At first it would seem to
apply only to some million or two of citizen:
denounced as "rebels," and who ought aa
such to bo punished most vilely and cruelly,
as if monsters and not men; but when more
closely scanned, it is discovered to beal
oppressively upon all in tho land, from the
lakes to the Rio Grande, reducing the
whole into .servile subjects of the ruling
oligarchy. It is a double-edged sword ii
the hands of despotism for the destructioi
of all thc people. Wo do not hesitate t(
say that every roen is called upon to resis
such wrong and insult. 7'hero are a grea
many things worse than death, oueof whicl
is to live under the nul iwful domiuation o
thieves, robbers, drunkards, cut-throats
corruptionists aud conspirators, who re
?peet neither the past uor tho present, no
their country, nor their God. At whateve
cost, these "thirty tyrants" should be ovei
thrown, and our laws and liberties bo rece
vere.d,before anarchy follows misrule to en
in permanent despotism and the ootbrone
ment of a Cm sar upon the prostrate neck
of the people.
[ Washington Gmstitutional Union.
The New York Times does not relish th
idea of war with England. It says: "W
concur in tho general view of the case pr?
seated by Mr. Sumner in his recent Bpeecl
But we confess we do not see how, eveu o
that basis, friendly negotiations are to I
easily opened between tho two Goveri
menta, for an adjustment of difference
Tho tenor and tendency of that speech
toward war, rather than a peaceful Betti
meat. And Seoator Chandler's propositic
iu tho Senate is unquestionably and avo'
edly in that direction. The paramount o
ject in both cases is to compel England
do what will most humiliate her, in satisfs
tiou of the wrongs she has done ns. Ti:
cuunot be done by negotiation. It can on
be done by war; and whenever the atteru
to accomplish it in that way is resolv?
upon, we hope tho job will be let ont
Seoator Chandler and his constituent
They seem to have more leisure on th?
hands just now than the rest of the cou
CROP PROSPECTS.-We regret to learn tl;
tho cold weather of the past week.bas ve
materially injured the crop prospects in tl
portion of tho State. The cold Ettstei
winds which have prevailed for several da;
aud the alight frosts of Friday and yest
day morning, have caused the cotton to <
out, and on the light sandy lauds great fei
are felt that the stand will be destroyed.
Corn is small and does not look heultl
tho cold having given it a yellow, stunl
appearance. The stands of this crop i
generally good, and with a fair season
may expect a good yield.
Wheat and oats have, until within a i
days, looked remarkably well. Tho ci
bas affected these crops, and if the pres
cold snap continues many days, wheat \
bo seriously injured.
I Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel
FATAL CATASTROPHE IN CORNWALL-S
TEEN PERSONS KILLED.-A dreadful cal
trophe occurred on Wednesday evening,
21st ult., ut the Delabole slate ?piarries, si
ateil on the North coast of Cornwall, i
about four miles from Tintagel. It appc
that part of thc machinery used for hoist
slate and debris fell to tho bottom of
quarry, a distance of 250 feet, carrying w
it the ground upon which tho machin
stood. So?>res of men were working in
bottom of the pit at the timo the acckl
took place, no less than sixteen of wh
were buried in the ruins. Ono mau
miraculously saved by falling into tho eai
of a rock, where he was found by a bod;
explorers. A little girl who was stand
close, to tho machinery at the time it fell
hurled from top to bottom, but, straugt
say, she escaped unhurt.
The cst.ito of the Ute Biron Rothscl
bas just boen settled. It amounts to 1,7!
Sale to Close Consignment.
W. T. WALTER
WILL SELL, at lm mart, WEDNESDAY MOBN
INO, tho lath, at 10 o'clock, to close ccnaign
85 BARRELS of FLOUR, aasorted brands, war?
ranted. May 112
Oranges, Lemons and Crackers.
JUST RECEIVED, a fresh supply of ORANGES.
LEMONS and CRACKERS, at
P. W. KRAFT'S Bakery, Main street.
May ll g
Columbia Bridge Company.
AMEETING of tho STOCK HODKR8 in the Co?
lumbia Bridge Company will be hold THIS
St ?. at V "'dock A. M., at tho office o? Col. Wm.
Wallace. Law Range. A. R. TAYLOR, Pros't.
May ll j
ACRES of LAND for salo, with the
tJVJKJ growing crop o? Wheat, Oats, Corn and
cotton. Also, Mules and Stock of all kinds, if re?
quired. This Land UOB in one of the upper
Counties, in a good neighborhood, convenient to
schools and churches. Terms cash. For partico
lars, inquire ht this office. May ll 3f*
' 'NICKERS ON HOUSE,"'
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS pleasantly located HOTEL,
unsurpassed by any House in the
South for comfort and healthy
_ Ilocality, is open to Travelers and
others soukiug BOARD for the Summer. Fami?
lies can bo accommodated with nico, airy rooms
on reasonable terms. "A call is solicited"."
May ll lino WM. A. WRIGHT.
A REGULAR quarterly
meeting of this Club will be
held at McKenzie's Saloon,
THIS EVENING. By order
of tho President.
GEO. SYMMJ2RS, Sec'y.
May ll 1
South Carolina Railroad Company.
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OFFICE GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT,
MAY 10, 1869.
DELEGATES to tho Memphis Commercial
Convention will bo passed freo'over this
Road, on exhibiting their credentials.
May 11 1_ H. T. PEAKK. Qen'l Snp't.
South Carolina-Richland County.
W. W. Rife, applicant, vt. Thomas O. Rifo et al.,
Defendauta.-Petition for partition of Peal Ks
Il' APPEARING to my tatisfaction that S. L.
Chamblis, Mrs. M. E. Martin and S. B. Chaney,
Defendants, reside without this State: it is, there?
fore, Ordered, That they do appear and object to
tho division or sale of tho real estate of Jacob
Rife, deceased, on or before the 5th day of July,
A. D. lsd'.!, or their consent to tho samo will be
entered of record. WILLIAM H. WIGG,
May ll tufl7 Judge of Probate.
Lexington-In Common Fleas.
John II. Gardner et ux.. et al., vs. Jacob Geiger.
Abram W. Goigcr, Admiuia tr atora, et al.-Bid
for Account ana Belief.
IT APPEAHING that William M. Oeigor, one
of the Defendants to thin bill, resideB out of
tin; State, and cannot bo served with process: on
motion, ordered. That ho do appear and pload,
answer or demur to the said bill within forty
days, or a decree pro conjesso will bo taken, and
entered up agaiuat him. By the Court:
D. J. GRIFFITH,
May ll tut) Clerk of Court Lexington County.
AYER 8 SARSAPARILLA,
V O II PURIFYING THE ll LOO I).
THE reputation this ex?
cellent medicine enjoys, is
derived from its cures,
I many of which are truly
caseB of Scrofulous disease*
where the system seemed
satnrated with corruption,
have been purified and
cured by it. Scrofulous af?
fections' and disorders,
which wero aggravated by
the scrofulous contamination nntil they wero pain?
fully afllicting, have boon radically cured in such
groat numbers in almost every section of the
country, that the publie scarcolv noed to be in?
formed of its virtues or uses.
Scrofulous poison is one of tho -nest dostructive
enemies of our raco. Often, this unscon and un?
felt touaut of the organism, undermines the con?
stitution, and invites tho attack of enfeebling or
fatal diseases, without exciting a suspicion of ita
presence. Again, it soema to breed infection
throughout tho body, and then, on some favorable
occasion, rapidly d?velop into one or other of ita
hideous forms, either on the surface or among
tho vitals. In tho latter, tubercles may be sud?
denly doposited in the lungs or heart, or tumors
formed in tho liver, or it shows its presence by
ern pt a ins on the skin, or foul ulcerations on some
part of tho body. Hoi.co, tho occasional use of a
boitloof this SARSAPARILLA is advisable, even
when no activo symptoms of disoaso appear. Por
uona aflliotod witli tue following complaints, gene?
rally hud immediate relief, and, at length, euro,
bv tho uso of this SARSAPARILLA: St. Antho?
ny's Fire, Rose or Erysipelas, Tetter, Sall Rheum,
Scald Head, Ringworm, Sore Eyes, Sore Ears,
and other eruptions or visible forms of Scrofulous
diaoaao. Also, in tho moro concealed forms, aa
Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Heart Disease, Fits, Epilepsy,
Neuralgia, and tho various Ulcerous affections of
the muscular and norvous systems.
Syphilis or Venereal and Mercurial Diseases are
cured by it, though a long timo is required for
subduing these obatinute maladies by any medi?
cino. But long continued uac of this medicino
will euro thc complaint. Lencorrhoa or Whites,
Uteiine Ulcerations, and Femclt- Blseaset, are
commonly soon relioved and ultimately cured by
ita purifying and invigorating effect. Minuto di?
rections in each case aro found in our Almanac,
supplied gratis. Rheumatism anu Gout, when
caused by accumulations of extraneous matters
in tho blood, yield quickly toit, as also Liver Com?
plaints, Torpidity, Congestion or Inflammation of
tho Li'r-r, and Jaundice, whou arising, as they
often do, from tho rankling poisons ia tho blood.
This SARSAPARILLA is a groat restorer for
the strength and vigor of tho system. Those who
aro Languid and Listless, Despondent, Sleepless,
and troubled with Nervous Apprehensions or
Fears, or any of tho affactioua symptomatio of
Weakness, will (Ind immediate relief aud convinc?
ing evidence of its restorative power upon trial.
P II KP A Ii EB B F
Dr. .7. C. AV Kit, Ai CO., EMMTCII, MUSS.,
April 2 ?'radical and Analytical Chemists. tSmo
VIOLIN ANO GUITAR STRINGS.
THE REAL CUEMONA. These
STRINGS aro juatly celebrated tor
J heir hirability, purity and clear,
A full assortment of Violineillo STRINGS; a
variety or Violin BOWS; Bow-Hair, Screws, Tail
Boards, Bridges, Rosin, Ac, just received, at
April2f2.no E. POLLARD'S.