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iLvp?u>, January 31.-Ia Corte?, Fi?
gueroa defended tho recent insurrections
?a an ant of the people to maintain their
rights, asserting that the so-called in?
surgents, killed by the Government were
simply assassinated. Prim demanded a
retraction, ont Figneras refused, and a
dael, it is thought, will follow.
HAVANA, January 31,-The Spanish
gunboat No. 3 has been completely
wrecked on Colorado Beefs. Tbe second
Hoot of Spanish gun-boats, from New
York, has arrived.
WASHINGTON, January 30.-The Secre?
tary of the Treasury directs Follger to
seU a #1,000,(TOO in gold each week dur?
ing February, and purchase a $1,000,000
IO'Doods each alternate week on account
of the Rinking fund.
Revois, tho colored Senator from Mis?
sissippi, arrived to-day, and is thc guest
of Downing, the restau ranter to tho
Hooso of Representatives. Hovels is a
light mulatto, about forty-eight years of
age, with a pleasing address. He says
that he shalt iu.-?st. on equal senatorial
and social privileges. It appears that
Ravels was eloctod io due form.
WASHINGTON, January 31.-Tho Su?
premo Court, by four aud four, affirmed
.tho decision of tho lower court, com?
pelling Frank Blair to take the test oath,
provided by thc Missouri Constitution,
In tho House, a resolution was intro?
duced providing for the Banking Cur?
rency Committee) to report within six
days; a bill increasing tho net bankiug
currency to $14,000,000; a bill allowing
tho Postal Telegraph Committee to nond
for persons and papers, WAS defeated by
A largo majority. Two bills for tho re?
storation of Mississippi were introduced.
In the House, a resolution declaring
tivo-twenties payable in greenbacks, und
censoring tho administration for buying
five-twenties nt a premium, was tabled
122 to ll. Tho President was asked foi
?H ;, papers in the Yergor case. Ayer,
rom Virginia, was seated. MeKensie,
after ti contest, was a Ino scated.
Io the Senate, a bill re-organizing tho
marino hospital laws was introduced
Sherman presented Ohio's ratification ol
the fifteenth amendment. Morton's bill,
admitting Mississippi, imposes Virginie
restrictions, except that no oath is exact
ed from State Legislators. Tho cur
reney bill was resumed. The Seuatt
will voto to-morrow. The bill, amone
other things, provides for ?45,000,000 ir
fractional currency for the South ant
Weat. Several resolutions of inquiry
regarding Georgi*, were introduced. Ad
In tho Senate, tho Postal Committei
reported on tho postal telegraph bill
with amendment, and reoommendatioi
that it pas3.
It is stated that the President will no
minuto Judge Strong, of Pennsylvania
to-morrow, rice Stanton.
Tho gold investigation continues. Op
dyko testified to-day.
Internal rovonuo receipts to-day, ove
$1,125,000; for tho month, nearlv 812,
Tho President hus nominated Lloy<
Moore, as Collector of Customs at Cher
rystone, Virginia, and Francis A. Walk
er, of Massachusetts, Commissioner e
Tho Treasurer, herauf tor, must s.f?ea
to tho actual outlay for mileage and cs
penses. Thc Governiaout gets the bent
tit, nuder this order, of courtesies es
tended these officials by taverns s nd mil
A general order creates the Dcparl men
of Virginia, with headquarters ut Rici:
mond, and Cunby commanding, corr
prising Maryland, Virginia, West Virg
nia and North Carolina.
500 employees were discharged troi
the navy yard to-day.
-. . .
ll,MIX atlc Vnu,
CHARLESTON, January 30.- Sailed -
ship Muscongus, Liverpool; ?chnon<
George Washington, Havana.
NEW YORK, January 30.-Tho Hera
has a special from Havana, dated tl
28th, via Koy West, which says thi
Jordan defeated Fuello, killing fori
officers and killing and wounding son
400 mon. Puollo's horse was shot undi
him, falling and hurting Puello's le;
Jordan was afterward placed in coin mai
of the army, superseding Quenada. Tl
Montezuma arrived at Neuvitas, brin
log 120 wounded, including three col
nols. There was severe lighting nci
Santiago do Cuba on tho 21st. Tl
male trains with provisions for tl
estates near San Luis have boen ordert
back, as the insurgents were in force.
Another account says that the figl
with Fuello occurred on New Year's du
near Gu ai in uro, and after the fight tl
insurgents left for Najaen.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 31.-Advic
from San Luis Potosi roport that the c
dinanco of s?cession of that State h
been numerously signed. Tho citizc
aro enthusiastic over tho declaration.
SAVANNAH, January 31.-In regard
tho reported assassination of a revon
officer, tho Morning JScxes, of to-da
contains tho following : "A report li
been industriously oirculatod, in radi?
circles, that William Brunt, an assista
83808801* of the internal revenue,
Blookshear, Goorgia, was assassiuatt
on Friday night last, by panics ii
known. From a reliable corresponde
at that place, wc learn that tho deccan
committed suicide, as his own rovob
waa fouud by bim, with ono cbaml
empty. The Republican, of this ci
will publish, to-morrow, proof eouclusi
that Brant committed suicide, and v
not assassinated, as alleged in a despal
sent forward from this city some di
NEW OniiEANH, January 31.- Tho Ct
solidatcd Bank of Louisiana was robt
of nearly $50,000, last night. It ?
evidently the work of experieuc
schooner* ir?-W T
York; schooner fi. <?.v,Bir^
schooners L. Crockett, A. Barton, 8. H.
Sharp, Baltimore. Sailed-bark At*
lantio, lliiferpool; qohooner Marian
Gage, Wilmington, N. G.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL,.
COLUMBIA, S. C., January HI.-Salea
of cotton to-dnv about 80 balea-mid?
NEW YORK. January ??1 Noon.-Stocka
unsettled. Money easy, at 6. Exchange
loDg 9; short 9;%'. Gold21%. Tennessee's,
ex coupon, 53% ; new 467%; Virginia's, ex
coupoo, 61;louisiana's, old, 68; new, 65;
levee 6's 66; 8's 78} ? ; Alabama 8'a 93} .? ; 5's
63;Georgia 6'a 82;" 7's 93; North Curo
lina's, old, ?0}., ; new 24,%. Flour doll
and drooping. Wheat dull but rather
heavy, ('urn quiet and drooping. Pork j
? dull, nt firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard dull, ut 16.'?
(?16'..'. Cotton dull, at25*.L Turpentine
qniot,~at 46;.<. Rosin firraj at 2.22,V.("
2.25. for good strumed. Freights dull,
j 7 P. M.-Money easy, nt 4<V 6. Ster-j
j ling 9. Gold 21.%. Governments quiet, j
? Southerns weaker on Tennessee's, nod i
stroiiger on thu balance. Cotton dull j
und declining, with sales of 700 bales. ;
Flour slightly favors buyers. Wheat
scarcely so firm. Corn declining, at
85??9?. Fork 2*1.75(o-27.25. Lard
kettle 17.%(nl7\.. Whiskey 98@99.
CINCINNATI, January ill.-Whiakoy
dull, at 94(? 95. Mosa "pork 27.00; new
27.25. Old baron dull; shoulders 12V. ;
clear sides 16.
NEW ORLEANS, January Ul.-Cotton j
unsettled and lower, at 24%(c<.24'? ; sales
4,500 bales; receipts 10,674. Flour
lower grades firm, at 5.35, 5.80(a6 50.
Corn 1 07,'??1 10. Pork-mess 29.50.
Bacon dull, nt 14; hams I?8??'(0?21. Lard I
J dull -tierce 16%?6?l6?4'; keg 18. Sugar(
I dull-i>rimc ll^?@ll^?(. Molasses ;
steady-prime 68070. Whiskey 1.00O '
1.05. Coffee-fair 15!..'(<?T5':, ; prime]
17???17J?. Gold 21.
MOBILE, January 31.-Cotton market!
closed quiet, with sales of 500 bales-!
middling 24,.,(>e24,l.J; receipts 2,371.
Sr. Loris, January 31.-Corn firmer I
and advanced le. on good qualities. ;
Whiskey dull, nt 98. I'rovisious dull. I
Mess pork 27.25(7i 27. "H. Shoulders
12% : clear sides 16%:.
AL cu STA, January 31.- -Cotton murket |
dull and lower, with sales of 190 bales;
receipts G87-middlings '23%.
SAVANNAH, January 31.-Sales ut cot?
ton to-day 80J bales- middling-. 24%';
receipts 2,994 bules; market dull.
CHARLESTON, January 31.-Cotton
dull and 1 ri'(rr 1.,e. lower, with sales of
200 bales--middlings 243?; receipts i
PARIS, January St.-Thc Rou ruc open?
ed firm-rentes 74 and 77.
LONDON, January 31-Noon. Consola
92%.. Bonds 87',,.
JJ?vuRi'oor., January 31 -Noon.-Cot-1
ton dull - uplands 11 ."? <'</ll % ; Orleans
? A YERTOO r., January 3t- Evening.
Cotton tends down-uplands ll \;; Or-j
CINCINNATI PRODUCE ANI? P no VISION
MARKET-Reported by Morris ?v. Heid, i
Produce and Provision Brokcrs-CiNcrN
N.vrr, January 20, 1870.-Tlogs-The'
total number packed here this seasou to
dato 353?,554; up l?same time last season
856,000. It will bo perceived that the
packing now is nearly up tit that of last
your. The quality this season has been
superior, the demand good throughout, I
and there is no longer any doubt but the j
number packed this season will exceed j
that of last. Thc receipts to-day are i
2,050; but the weather being warm and ?
unfavorable, our inurket rules dull; for j
live 8.50(7^9.50 gross; for dressed 10.50v>?
111.25. Green meets-owing to unfa-1
vorablo weather tho market is dull; sales '
Shoulders 10; sides l?}-^@12^? for
light and heavy, and hams 13|?(??>14%' for
heavy to light. Bulk meats-demand
limited, but holders are firm; for fully
cured shoulders 11%'; clear rib sides
ll)i(, and clear sides 1-4 %, nil packed.
Bacon-under a heavy demand for the
past few days our market has been well
cleared of bacon for spot, but is offered
to como out this week to snit purchaser;
I shoulders 12 % ; clear rib ?ides 151 ; clear
j aides 16, all packed; sugar oared can?
vassed hams 19(Vi; 20, as to brand. Lard
j city kettled leaf held at 16% in tierces;
j steamed 151 ?'@ 10, according to quality.
Mess Pork-early packed heavy; inside
brands hold firm, at 27.50; late packod
can ho bought at 27.00; sales of rump at
2300, generally held at 24.00 for heavy.
Corn-new dry shelled 80; for whito or
yellow in bulk 90, including bags. Oats
black or mixed 58, including bags.
Flour -markst steady and in fair do
mand; prices unchanged: super 4.50(a)
4 75? extra 4.90(//:5.10; family 5.50(?,6.00. j
Whiskey-high wines in gond demand, at ?
'.iii; proof gallons domestic rye proof, at
1 25; Bourbon County, Ky., new, 1.15. j
Gt Util?, RETTER. REST, stems lo he the j
X idea now-a-days. If any planter in tho
j State or tho South wants to buy the Seed thtt I
i grows tho best stalk, with thc greatest num- j
j ber of bolls, and tho finest staple on every ?
\ stalk, lot him address me, at Columbia, H. C., I
j and ho will get the article he is looking for.
Soo tho late Premium List and award of '
| premiums of the rooent South Carolina Agri
; cultural and Mechanical Societv.
I Jan 27 JAMES M. CRAWFORD.
The Bank o?' Hamburg.
BK INO appointed as tho Receiver of thc
Hamburg Rank, by his Honor Judge
j Piatt, Judge ot the Second Circuit Court,
notice is hereby given, to all whom it may I
concern, that I shall attend, for the discharge '
of my duty, on and after the 29th of January.
1S70, at my office, in Hamhnrg, to receivo all
claims, assets, or informalion connected with
?aid Rank. FRANK ARNIM,
Jan 27 Receiver.
QATk PRIZE BOXES CANDY, every box
l)vU containing a (hft, for the small sum
of 25 cen'.? rer box, just received and for sale
hy J. .v. T. R. .VONF.W.
.jas apply to Hoo.' Wm. H nt son Wlfeg, Judge
nf Probate, at hie o??co, ia Columbia, the
27th of February, 1870, for final discharge a?
Executor of W. B. Flower?, deceased.
.TanjT?Jtia fAV. jtfKKKB, M? ?Y.Kx'r.
DE. THOMAS T. MOOEE.
ed from tho
effects of hi?
jdent, is pre?
pared to at-1
tend to all pro?
ness. Office on
Main street, over liryan A McCartcr's Book
?tore. Jan U7 0*
Pianos ! Pianos ! '. Pianos ! ! !
.fL'ST received from the I'ac
Jtory, und for aalo at a burgain, a
.magnificent 7? Octavo PIANO
of BU|M rior Tiiiisti and unsurpassed
Also, an ? xccllent second-hand
Piano Fortes ol' thc- most celebrated
mahen iiirnished at manufactory prices.
Pianos. Melodeoi a und Organs tuned and ri -
paired in the aiosd completi1 manner, ?rn rea?
sonable terms. \YM. If. OBOHAKD,
Piano F?.rte ?JJMH'.C, i'?>riu-r of Bull and
Richland H?reels. Jan 20
PAa'&lKCtBK Hi 1 ltl\KUN, Proprirttii?.
.^.j^. THE above house is conveniently
wfln bicati d Main street kept on
^^U? Europe an plan, with large, wcll-fur
in? lied Rooms. Tn tile supplied with tho best
the market a nords. Also, ?inest Norfolk OYS?
TERS, WILD GAME and FISH, o? all kinds,
served in any style, by au experienced cook.
Board, with or without lodgings, hy the week
or day, at moderate rates, audmc&le si rvod -it
all bonis, without extra charge.
lu BAU attached, will always be found*
Ouest WINES, ALKS. Liquor?, Segars, Ac.j
T Sf. VA?K1XOF.K, C. II. VllANM.tX
To the Public.
1 WOULD RESPECTFULLY
^inform the citizens ol Columbia
?> and the sm 'rounding country ge?
nerally, that I have resumed my
old Business again, after a lapso
of tweut* years, ougaged in the manufacture
of Iron. I am agHin back at my first Business,
that of WATCH. CLOCK AND JEWELRY
where a full Stock of all Goods kept in a First
Class Establishment can he found. Iahallnse
my best endeavors to give satisfaction to all.
I hope to receive a share of patronage. I shall
keep First Class Workmen, and all work i n
trusted to inf will l-e warranted.
Nov 0 WILLIAM GLAZE.
Pure Dixon Cotton Seed.
XKT& OFFER for ea?e bushels Dickson
VV Cotton Seed, grown from seed obtained
from Mr. David Dickson. Oxford Ga., last
?pring, and wk iou was soled* d by him for bia
o .\n noe, Notwithstanding the unprece?
dented dry season, we gathered from 1,500 to
2,"tOn pou?ds to tin ow maki'?!" twenty-i<
bales to oin.- mule,
p-y.. I". l?i ,.,.v i .:.!., .
li?ro >.. t , Suv? IIILI i t Inj'.?.
I du ..'...!tity that 1 soid to Messrs. Richard
O'Nealc A Son,of t.'oluiiibia, S. C., nome of my
choice improved Cotton Seed, for planting
purpose-. Thcj proposed to sell a portion nf
what tiny raised. Hunters purchasing tho
Seed they raise mar relv upon getting the
genuine Dickson Seed. DAVID DICKSON.
We are Mr. Dickson's Agents here, and will
order Seed direct from Mr. Dickson, ii desired.
Prive i"> 0? from one to live bushels, or *1 uo
for Ove and upwards.
Jan IC RICHARD O NEALL A SON.
'REYNOLDS' IMPROVED METHOD j
or CON-inv< ns-.
Patt *l!> '. !>> ? rr'nr. 1*07.
AFTER an extensive use of this important \
improvement in practice tor nearly two !
years, it is with full confidence urged upon tho '
profession and the public, as fulfilling more
thoroughly and satisfactorily than any other ?
mode, every intention ot Artitlcial Dentures.
As in this method, rubber teeth are alto- !
gether discarded, it is desirable that it should
fall especially into thc hands of those familiar
with gold plate work. ?
It may not be gem l ally ktiown that they i
who wear cases ol artificial teeth, constructed ;
according to this patent, by Dentists who aro ,
not licensees, renner thomselvc s liable to tho j
penalty of infringen!'nt, as well as the ope- :
Office rights will be disposed o: and intdrac- :
tion give n by h tter, or at the operating rooms
of Reynolds A Reynolds, where the manipula?
tion may bo daily witnessed, and where- com-1
munications univ bo addressed. I
WM. REYNOLDS, M. 1).,
Aug 12 ; Columbia, S. C.
(^?^^???????????B Thesymptoma J
SIMMONS' Kknf ?eCunj \
?aBBBOsnmnaaafllpiini in the side.
Sometimes the pain is in the shoulder, and is i
mistaken for rheumatism. The stomach is ,
affected with loss of appetite and sickness,
bowels in general costive,sometimes alternat
log with lax. The head is tronbled with pain. I
and dull, heavy sensation, considerable loss ot
memory, accompanied with painful sensation
of having left nndone something which ought
to have been done. Often complaining of
weakness, debility, and low spirits. Some?
times somo of tho above symptoms attend the
disease, and at other times very few of them;
?????MBHBHBflHHbnt the Livt r ia
T?l"^r?!H Inerally the organ
~**J*^Tr*~~^^ ImoHt iuvolved:cnre
"tho Liver with
DR. SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR.
A preparation of roots and herbs, warranted
to be strictly vegetable, and can do no injury
to any one.
It has be ii used by hundreds, and known
for tho last thirty-live years as one of the most
reliable, efficacious and harmless preparations
ever offered to tho suffering. If taken regu?
larly and persistently, it is uuro to cure.
Dyspepsia, headache, jaundice, costiveiuss,
sick headache, chronic diarrho a, affection-! ol
tho bladder, camp dysentery, affections of the
!.!?? nm illina iBHaHSBsnaikidiiev.4, fover,
Regulator. thuis?n alic**, ?
asnB^BSBsawnBBHnBBSEBnan0'' the skin, im?
purity of tlio oioou, melancholy, or depression
of spirits, heartburn, colic, or pains in the
bowels, pain in the head, fever ami ague,
dropsv, bruis, pain in back and limbs, asthma,
erysipelas, female affections, and bilious dis?
eases generali v. Price ll; hy mail, fl. ?15.
Prepared only hy J. IL ZEILIN A CO.,
Druggists, Macon, Ga.
The following highly respectable personscun
fully attest to tho virtuos of this vafctable medi?
cine, and to whom wo moat respectfully refer:
Gen. W. S. Holt, FroBident S. W. R. it. Com?
pany, Rev. J. R. Felder, Terry, Ga.;\.ol. E. K.
Sparks, Albanv, (ia.; Geo. J, Lnuaiord, Esq.,
Conductor S. NY. R. R.: C. Masterton, EJO.!
Sheriff Bibb County; J. A. Butts, Bainbridgo,
Ga.; Dykes A Sparhawk, Editors FUiridian.
Tallahassee; Rev. J. W. Burke, Macon. Ga.;
Yirgii Powers, Esq., Superintendent S. W. It.
R.: Daniel Billiard, Bulba d's Stn timi, Macon
A Brunswick R. lt.,TwiggsCounty, Ga. ; Gren?
ville Wood, Wood's Faetorv, Mac?n, Ga.; Rev.
E. F. Easterling, P. E. Florida Coherence;
Major A. F. Wooley. Kingston, Ga ; Editor
Macon Tr?rgraph, and John Ingall*, formerly
of Columbia, H. C.
For t?7 ali druggist^. Jry pi *V,atU
I ?I AYSinst'received another supply
S*I or tine English and French OASS?
fM M CK EH, of thc latest styles, Mhich arc
'W offered low for eaeh.
C. I >. EBERHARDT,
Nuv 25 Washington at, opposite Law R.Migc.
To the Public in General.
IHAVE better COTTON SEED than auv
man who advertises Seed tor salo. Mine
is the improved BOYD PROLIFIC, which ex?
cela any other. The pi ?co is 42. .'al per bushel.
Aa examination of mv proofs will no convinc?
ing. 1 refer to.Tooob'H. Wolla and J. D. Hilt.
Call and look nt tho growth, in Butcher Town.
Deo a N. POPE.
ia?. A CAR-LOAD of line, well-broke
"?M Ml'r,i'.s. All in want of good steel;
^^njwotild du well lo ead and examine bo
^^^^^I'ore purchasing. They may bo seen
i at Logan's Si a'.I? ?. cornel Senate ami Asscm
, Wy strei tn. W. S. A J. M. TALROTT.
[ lian 27 ',
ATEACHER, ;o take charge ol the Milli
Cr? eh Academy, located nine miles South-1
least ot Columbia. An unmarried gentleman!
' preferred. To such a one, bringing satiafac
I tory testimoni?is as regards character and
j competency, the school would probably be
. ?vorth fron! $600 to $700 per annum.
For particulars, apply to J. O. LYRES,
I .lan l!7 ; Hopkins Turn-out. S. <".
For Sale or Rent.
j -- A good Cotton and Corn PLANTA
. SSB'l lON. situated! ight mili s ["romColumbia,
I 2Coii thc Monticello Road. About 200 acres
I cleared, a part of which is river bottom. On
said place is a Dwelling and neel searv out?
building*. Apply tu CHOMAS DAVIS.
Ja?. 15*2 tim?'- Colombia, S. C.
i J ?)pr ISAKRFL? IRISH POTATOES, in ?Ino
I ?C> ora?'-.
EAKL't GOODRK M.
Berty Re?-. .
I Pink Eyer,
b'?if sale low for cash, L-?
ian 18 EDWARD H O Ki".
ANEW stock of ELEGANT LIGHT CAK-I
RT AGE?> is just opened at tho corner of I
! Assembly and Lad) ptrcets, near the Post !
? Oflico. All persons in any way interested arc j
j invite d to call and examine some of the finest
specimens ol design and workmanship that
i can be produced. Th-so vehicle* have been
bought right, and Will be sold low. Tho stylos
, are tht very latest the 'quality unsurpassed,
' and i very effort will be made to afford l?st?nr?
I satisfaction and pleasure to thoso extending j
I their patronage o> the subscriber.
I .lan '21 W. K. GREENFIELD. .
j . -~ . - ? ~ " ? " I
Murray & Lanman's !
Florida Water, !
Thv ut"-1 i ?'! 'lu ut ni und
iuo>t ilrliglitttil ni* ?ill |H*i
? ' I
iuu:<'-. '<-r uso MU tnt* iuiml- j
kortrhii'l'. Ul llic ??iiliU. und j
ni ino ii-itlt. i'm- ^:?:, ;
t Druggists :uul iVi-turncra.
Jan 27 Imo .
FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL, j
Spartanbnrg County, S. C..
Rev. W. CURTIS. LL.D, Principal.
>HW THE scholastic duties of thc ;
?frl|^^ twenty-fifth year ci thit- popular j
c^naBsa?Shistitation will le resumed on
^0?5k?f WEDNESDAY, Fehruury ic, [fe;o. |
^^?P It continues to invite t?o ?upport
????^ of ?td numerous friends uud the
public. Beautifully situated, with abundant |
room fe r all its exercises and unsurpassed in ?
health, with but one vacation in (hu winter
mouths of Dcoombrr to Fobruary, and pro-:
vided * itb HU experii t eed and resident Facul-1
ty, it is r< ?urning the ear? r o' if:- lonni r pros?
Carriages will be seul ? .ir to l's j olen lie-1
pot of the Spartanbnrg and Union Railroad,
for thos- winning to como to the institution.
DR. CURTIS will leave Columbia on Thurs?
day morning, February 17, from the National
TERM - wac SI>M JN o;- Five MON'XH.H,
PAYABI.K IN AnvANCE.-Tnitiou in Englihh and
the Classics, regular course, $20.00. Music on
tho Piano, $25 00. French, etc.. $20 00. Board,
including Washing, Fuel and Lights, $63.60.
j Each pupil is expected tn bring a pair of
I sheets, pillow casca ?nd towels.^ _ _Jan 22 }
THE SUREST PROTECTION againttt dis?
ease is the timely use of a good remedy.
I The great Family Liniment of tho age, for in
I tern al and esternal use, combined in one med?
I Not since tho introduction ot modern Che-,
j mistry and analytical research into tho hidden j
mysteries of tho vegetable kingdom, has there j
! been discovered a chemical product of such j
extraordinary curative powers as tho ''ljuakcr
, Liniment;'' this justly celebrated medieir.fi
was discovered and prepared by a Quaker Doc
I tor, connected with tho naval service of the
! country, his practice was cont?ned lo those se
I vere cast.'* which usually result from ?. sea
i faring lifo. Rheumatisms, Acute and Chronic,
j Colds, Coughs, Cramps, Chilblains, Fevers,
j Neuralgia; indeed, all acute disorders requi
; ring prompt and energetic medicine. Tho
I treatment of these complaints with the orui
? nary medicino of the day failed to make a cure
I or relieve tho patient. Disappointed and mor
; titted at tho result, and stimulated by tho
i promptings of a pure humanity for the suf
I turing, as well as a professional pride, bo,
. after nindi labor and study, compounded his
great Liniment, called tho QUAKER LINI
?MENT. This medicine is remarkable for the
i peculiar property it possesses in being an in?
' tornnl and external remedy at tho Mamo timo,
and differs from all other medicines in its ac
. tion in arresting disease.
I It is taken internally for Colds, Coughs,
: Consumption, Cramps, Fever and Ague, Head?
ache, Asthma, Dysentery, Coli.-, Acid Stomach,
' Cholera, Cholera Morbus, SicL Stomach, Pai'is
in the Stomach, Diarrhe a.
It ie used externally for Sore Ihroat, Diph?
theria, Swelling of the Glands of tho Neck,
Head-echo, Neuralgia, Faoe-ache, Tooth-ache,
Paine in the Back, on the Sido or in tho Heart,
Stiff Neck, Lumbago, Rheumatism, it is espe?
cially good; Faius in the Rones, or in tho
Muscles or Joints, for Stings of Insects, imake
Rites, Itching Humors ia tho Skin; for all
these, and for more than we can enumerate,
it is tho groat remedy.
For sate, wholesale and r> tall, by
FISHER A HEINITHH, Druggist*:,
j Nov 25_t _ Colombia, ti. C
. 1 FINE BILLIARD TABLE,
gf*.Miiaataaf Shame's make, slate bedding.
WSNmBBmPnt r?blos are in good order, with
lui ? Ti - Cues, Balls and Counters com?
plete. Will be ?old vry lev. Apply to
Jan H G. filF^o**.
ALL Book Accounts ?nd Notes due E. A G.
D. Hopo moat be paid by the finit of Feb?
ruary next, or they will bo placed in the banda
of a Maj ?at rat H or Attorney for collection.
Jan 2?3_ j_EOWAKD HOPE.
Pocket Diaries for 1979.
PLAIN AND SELF-CLOSING.
?)f\ DIFFERENT sizea and price?. Miller's
j-?KJ South Carolina Almanac. Also, Lon
doa, Amorioun, Rural, Church and Pictorial
Almanacs, f>>r 1870. For sale by
Jan 0 _ _ BRYAN A. McCAKTER.
O XL. .A. Jtt. EL'S
is rm; HKST VOR
HAND!MACHINE SEWING. !
FOR 9AXE BY ALI.
VF1IOL.KSAI.K and IU:T\II,
DRY GOODS DEALER8.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
THF. undersigned mott respectfully
Vgy\ inform? h:.s pat ron", and t'.io public in
&?dfce;< ?era!, that he has received a well so
luctad assortment of Quo Watchos, Jewelry
and Clocks- ?mou'jsi them tho celebrated
German CUCKOO CLOCKS, carved in Walnut
and Oak. SPECTACLES and Eyo-glanaea of
every focus, to snit all eyes. Abovo-montionnd !
articles will ho sold at reasonable price?. All |
work connected with this li?-,o will be executed
in tho best workmanlike manner, and properlv
warranted. V. W. \Y CH ll HAN,
Plainstrn r, MI-,. Mr. Berry's Furniture
Cooma. Oct 27
F Ladies' and Genf? fine GOLD WATCHES
a ? I CHAINS, tor i-alo at
[S A AC 8CLZBACHERS,
Columbia Het?-1 Kc
: . A styles LadiPi' Hair BET.-, - m
li'.?? : . rapt, at
( . lumbla HotH Row.
aui:d Sil**or and Flated >>ares, selling
h. r.p, a* ISAAC SI'LZBACHER'S,
Columhia Hotel Kow.
The FincFt Assortment
labio and Pocket CC TEER Y in itu < itv,
? rr '.ne* d r ric e
Columbia Hotel Ro*.
Large Assortment ?
Ol i ii !.. /i and American CLOCKS. Also, a I
siaall assortaient of (SI N'S, PISTOLS,
A ifMCNITION, .Ve., Ac. at
ISAAC SULZBACHER'S. |
Jan '< Columbia Hotel Row.
^-rra EES PEOTFC LLY informs his
fr ?m~~<ni?? friends and customers that ho hus
I |H romovod to his now establishment,
i ^J|IH_for!arrb' Kinelcr'a building, on the
tfe-?idllBBWcorner nf Riehsrdxon and Taylor
streets, where he will constantly kenp on hand
o carefully selected sssortment" or"
COFFEE, SUOAK, TEA.
Hams, Stii'ar-enif-l S! lier?.
Fe Hon Marlo t Bei \.
Horring and c . d' -.: .
I lour, Meal, Kief, etc.
Canned Lobsters and ?? -L; nurdim r. etc. !
Raisins, Currants. Pruner, Canned Fruit?.;
.lelli.'s and Pickles.
His stock of Liquors and Wines1
all . !* well-known brands, both
WHOLEH4LK AXU KK1AIL.
He will always ba?;* in hip New Stop a lull
SMOKING TOBACCO of Richmond, Ljuc;.
bnrg and Baltimore manufactures, in half,
quarter n:-rt one-eighth pound packages.
HEGAF.s both home manufacture and im?
And CHEWING TOBACCO different
Besides every article belonging a .".rsi
Grateful ior i ast favorr. and determined to
leave no hone ruble moans untried to retain
tho good will of all who Lave favored mc
hitherto, ami who may hereafter favor mo
with their custom, I v/i?l be happy to receive
the kind patronage,both of my nhl friends and
of thc public in general. ?. DIKRCKS.
?J -.>...>. ..->; ; I
w v. > ... 3
THE Proprietors tako pleasure lu announc?
ing tlus elegant ly-furnished Eatabhahrct ni
row open for tho accommodation of guests.
Thc tapio will alway? he supplied ^sith every
lelieaey of tho season- both from tho Now
t'ork and Charleston marketa, and no eff';rtB
Aili bo spared to uivo perfect Butisiuotion. in
very respect, to our patrons. FREE LUNCH
i th" refectory every day from ll until 12L
WM. GORMAN. ( PnorjtfKrof
May::o H. H BATHWHOP. ( raorjufcroi....
AS AGENT for ibid valuable lYrtili/f?, -.ve
are authorized to offer a premium of a
half ton of Etiwan Ferti i/. r for tho best K -re
qf COTTON raised in this District, with the
use of said Fertilizer, and half ton? f satrtbfor
best acre of CORN.
Jan 28 RICHARD (TNKALE A SON.
ALEX. Y. LEE,
Art lilt? ? t, eivlliiml Hydraulic Ktiaint er.
f~A EN ERAL Agent for the State of Sou'h Ca
\T telina for Moule'ii FatenI EARTH CLO?
Thorburn s Garden Seeds.
FRESH G AUDEN 3EF.D3 and ONION
SETS, u> wy? ' Pt - find retail.
Js-\ 1 ? FPWABD HOFF.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
TH tn MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell, bo
foro my store, weather permitting, a rarloty
? f FURN l'l URE, conaieting of,
BEDSTEADS. Cane Seat Chaire. Mahogany
Hair Seat Chairs, Sora, Side Board, Tables,
Dressing Bureaus, Piano, Washstands. Mat
trasses, Extension Table, Crockery and a va?
riety of Pictures, and many nseful articles.
A complete u?t for a Chamber of Oiled Wal .
nut, handsomely carved, consisting of French
Bedstead, Marble-top Dressing Bureau, Wash?
stand, Contre Table, 5 Chairs and Towl Rack
Also, will bu exhibited for private sale, ono
complete sot foi five Windows, Crimson DaV
mask, and Maslin attached, Curtains.
1 dozen Blue Damask, complete, both of
which once adorned thc parlors of two highly
respectable citizens of this city. Feb 1
Sale of the Laurena Railroad.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COLUMBIA. January 26, 1870.
rTIHE undersigned, having been appointed
jL Receiver of the Laurens Railroad Com?
pany, in the said State, and having duly qual?
ified for said o ?lice, notice is hereby given .hat,
pursuant to orders heretofore passed in tho
Court ot Common Pleas for Laurens County,
in thc said State, I will sell to the highest
bidder, at public auction, the property of the
said Laurena Railroad Company, de -cribed as
follows: The Railroad of the said Company,
running from Ncwberrv village to Laurens
villo, including tho road-bed, right of way and
lauds occupied by or belonging to the said
Company, together with the several mpor
strnetures and tracks thereon, and all rails
and other materials used on the same, and
all and singular the several bridges, viaducts
culverts, fences, depot grounds and buildings
thereon, station-houses, work-shops, enpinca,
tenders, cars, tools, materials and mschmarv,
equipments aud appurtenances of every kind,
and all the stock subscribed for in the said
Company, and all other property belonging,
appertuiniu:; to, or in any manner connected
with or forming a part of the said Laurens
Railroad Company, and all franchises, rights
and privileges of thc said Laurens Railroad
Company, of, in, to, or concerning the same
And upon such talc all equity of redemption
in the said premises shall bc forever barred
and absolutely foreclosed.
Thc said sale shall tako place at thc State
House, in tho city of Columbia, South Caro
linn, at 12 o'clock, mtridian, on the 30th day
of March, in tho present year, on tho follow -
ing terms, that is to say, $-12 OOO cash, and th?
residuo in six per cent, conpon bonds of tho
State of Month Carolina at par, or in private
bonds, payablo in ono, two and three years,
bearing interest at thu rate of seven per cent,
per annum, payable semi-annually, with as?
sured personal security and mortgage of th ?
premises. GEORGE W. WATERMAN,
Jan 27 Receiver Laurens R. H. Co.
Valuable Mill and Manufacturing PTO .
petty for Sale.
ktvii: w >vc:u CAROLINA-IN TM?: COMM .?
Catherine Sawyer and other.?-, *?. Deherap
Sawyer and others.
1>l'Kat ANT to thc order of the Court ;;i
this cart-'. I V ill proceed to sell, before tho
Court Hones of Lexington Count3\ within loga!
hourr, on thc lirst MONDAY in February
The LAND nod MILLS ot George Sawyer,
deceased, ait aa te in Lexington County, on
Cedar Creek, adjoining lands of James I).
Joues. William Scofield, James Dunbar and
others, and known on thc plat of W. E. Saw?
yer, dated and tiled in this case February 5,
lau'2, by I he luttera A and C, F and B. It will
he sold in two parcels, Cedar Creek to bo tho
line: tracts A and C to be ono parcel, contam?
ine; 423 acrrs, more or loss, on the Weet sido
of Cedar Creek; the other parcel, F and B, con -
faining 1,818 acres, more or less, on the East
sitio ot Codar Creek- -thc purchaser of each
parcel to have equal mill privilege", respect?
ively, und wit II tho full and free privilege of
damming the said Cedar Creok, and using the
water.- thereof for mill and manufacturing
purposes. One-half acre for tho family burial
ground, excepted on thc Western parcel.
TECHS or SALI: -One-half cash; tho balanc i
on a credit of one and two years, in e.jual in?
stalments, to bear interest*from day of sale;
tho purchase money to be secured by bond,
with good personal security and mortgage of
the premises. Purchaser to pav Vcr paper*
and alampa. S. M. ROOT", S. L. C.
LKXIXOTON I*. H., January 5, 1870. Jan 19
Yon can purchase a pair <.f
Ladies' Kid Gloves,
J usi received hy Krwress, ir-un New York,
this day, or." groat
Tn which th1- attention of tho Ladies is in?
vited. C. MT. JACKSON.
Jan 29__ \_
Empire Shuttle Machine.
WHY 18 IT TUB BEST!
Scams all right.
It will take fifty
stitches to the
kinch finer than
any other Ma?
chino. It will
sew hf av ter and
than any other
Machine. It nsen
any and every
kind of Thread.
It sows Starched
Goods aa well as
sew* thc uiosi d< lieait, thin, soft fabric with?
out drawing, tl son* a Bias aeaffi as well an
anv other W. I>. LOVE A, CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building,
Nov 21 lino Sole Agents.
For Pure Wiler, ma ^*Mam?K. fUiQ? '
itu? celebrated l'uniu, ^fXig?*^, n;>-b ?lMTUI ET
entirely taittiest, r^T^I&b Li i ? iXc
durable ?nd .elia- ?Hf "Ji^jfOZA &&20
t>io. e.u.i t. ii,? lS5lw*%?^?araHT ST
frtHxl olduu>b!onod ^C?J^^sSjs. A. DM I IA
f ooilen Pump, ami ^tfJ^ ^"fcV* A"? T*
cost leas than halt the
money. Pnally arnie, ol
.o as to te, noo-fceezltj.;
and In construction BU sitae!?',
that any on? can put it up and
keep it in repair.
THE BEST ANO CMEAK1.SI ?UIMP -NOW MADE
Oct it? ttt?mo.
Cir\f \ W.-?HEL8 prime "o > itt ? ORN.for
OVJW sale Jew fer CASH.
J<n 8 Kl) WA UL* HOPE.
r.ARRFI.R Fink-Eye and Goodrich
OU IT.ANTP?C. pi.? rATOES, Just receivM.
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