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pAJaUP, March &-Renan bas been re?
stored to his professorship in the College
It is reliably stated that an American
3teamer, commanded by .an English
Captain, was fired into and seized by a
Spanish gun-boat and taken into
Nouvitas, where She is still detained.
There, is - evidently something in the
wind regarding Cuba, bat nothing au?
thentic has transpired. .
LONDON, March 8.-Tho Times de
nonnoee the captain of tba Bombay for
abandoning the Oneida. The arriving
vessels ?port vast fields bf ico floating
Southward. This is much earlier than
usuafc \ r-: r;- : r-^ -rr
WASHINGTON, Starch 8.-Butler nomi?
nates Charles Sumner "Wilson (colored)
r.o Weat Point.
Senator Nye was sued in New Hamp?
shire, where he is making Republican
speeches, for diamonds purchased in
The proclamation announcing the
ratification of tho fifteenth amendment,
iwaits official advice of its adoption by
3 P. M -Tho Reconstruction Com?
mittee considered Tennessee, on the
power of Congress to iuterfere. May?
nard and Arnoll aro beforo the commit
tcu, testifying regarding the condition
af Tennessee affairs; but no action.
The Judiciary Committee heard Shaw in
behalf of Megarrahan. Shaw charges
bhat the Supreme Court were governed
in their decision by fraud, perjury and
A. fight is progressing before the Pa?
sillo Railroad Committee, between rival
Southern roads through the Indian
Territory, from Missouri to Texas. Thc
Souse is fighting over small land grants.
In the Senate, the Secretary of the
Treasury reports against the utility ol
the mint at Now Orleans; in view ol
which, Kellogg introduced a resolution
looking, to the reversion of the mini
property to New Orleans, which was
The House, this afternoon, proceeder]
to vote on Mr. Bingham's amendment tc
:he Georgia bill, declaring that the bil
mall not vacate, any of the offices nov?
Hied in the State, either by election oi
appointment, and shall not extend thi
iffioial tenure of any officer of the Stat?
jeyond the limit prescribed by the Con
jtitution thereof, dating from the elec
ion or appointment of such officer, no:
leprive- the people of Georgia of th?
right, under their Constitution, to elec
Senators and Representatives of th?
State in 1870, either on the day munee
n the Constitution or snch othor day a
,he present Legislature may d?sign?t
>y law. The amendment was adopte<
jy a vote of 114 to 72. The bill wa
hen passed-ayes 125; nays 55. Af te:
inimportant business, adjourned.
The Senate, after a long quarrel, re
ected Enos Hopkins ne postmaster a
A memorial was presented from tb
STew York Chamber of Commerce givinj
t as their opinion that it would bo ex
remely unwise for tho Government ti
mibarkin telegraphing. Coukling, wb
presented the memorial, said he heartil;
soncurred in the views of the Cham
jer. Referred to tho Committee on Poa
The Committee on Foreign Relation
inanimously reported a bill making i
Tenal to furnish war vessels to an
European power for the puposo of sui
luing American colonists.
Abbott introduced a bill for adjustin
he claims of Southern loyalists b
hreo commissioners; the claims to b
?quidu.ted in land script at $1.25 a
Kellogg introduced a bill in aid of tb
reed men, and to subdivide public d<
nains in certain States into forty ncr
.?.acts for homesteads for tho colore
-ace. Referred to tho Committee o
Fowler introduced a resolution ii
Eructing the Judiciary Committee to ii
pi i re into the expediency of sellir.
Williams introduced a resolution to r
.eive half duties in greenbacks.
The funding bill was discussed to a
Queseda is here and denies Jordac
Tho Ways aud Means Committee w
near Delano to-morrow on the cqualiz
?ion of the tobacco tax. The Sena
' manet; Committee hears him on ullo
ng :i hit-key to remain in bond.
internal revenue rsceipts to-dny, ov
Reports from mints show a rapid i
irease o? work.
Colo? od recruits have been order
rom. 'Now York to New Orleans, to I
nfrjrce tho twenty-fifth infantry.
.' The President Bigned tho disabili
bill and telegraphed tho fact to the G
vernor of Mississippi, ns important
organ'/.ing that State's Legislatu:
which met to-day.
Supervisors have been directed
make strict examination into the arnot
of stamps held by collectors.
LARAMIE CITY, March 8.-The gra
jury is partially composed of women.
KEY WEST, March 8.-The ban
Forge, from Havana for Copen hag
with sugar, was bumed at sea; ci
BALTIMORE, March 8.--Azicl Le
shot his son to-day, aged seven yet
who was found by the police speechh
' NEW YORK, March 8.-The : tamp
to sell gold increased at every dooli
Many business finns have rosin:
CONCORD, N. H., March M.-Tho e
tion is progressing quietly. The ti
perauco candidate has received but
votes in four wards.
CHARLESTON, March 8.-Arrive
steamship Falcon, Baltimoro.
tn re, to-day, . taMsttge wa* received
from tho Gotorrfotv on fe***! tt?
shows that th? debt of lue State is
$45,872,000. This debt, be thinks, ?tri
be reduced by telling oar' the State's in?
terest in the railroads, 'which would
bring to libe Treasury over $10,000,000.
He recommends funding all the liabili?
ties of the State, except the foreign
debt, and the issue of new bonds to run
from ten to thirty years, with the inte?
rest payablo semi-annually, in New
York. Taxation shonld be so levied
that interest on this funded debt should
be paid, with unvarying regularity.
Referring to the proposition for relief
from debt, he recommends that no salea
of property for debt incurred before the
close of the war shall bo made under
execution, unless the property brings its
assessed valne. He recommends that
the money accruing from tho college
land granted by the United States shall
bo divided between colleges for white
and colored, equally.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
COIJUJIMA, March 8.-Cotton market
continues dull, and but few bales offer?
NEW YORK, March 8-Noon.-Stocks
steady aud tirm. Money easy, at 5@6
Exchange-loug 8^?; short 9;?. Gold
12-fell to ll; rf. 02's, coupon, 10>?;
Tennessee's, ex-coupon, 58}?; new 47*6;
Virginia's, ex-coupon, 75%; now 72 % ;
Louisiana's, old, 75; new 70; leveo C's
74J?; 8's85).<; Alabama 8's 94; 5's 65;
Georgia G's 83; 7's 92; North Carolina's,
old, 46)?; new 21%; South Carolina's,
old, 87; new 80,l.<. Wheat quiet, with?
out decided change. Corn a shade
firmer. Pork lower-mess 25.25. Lard
heavy, at 13%@137-tt\ Cotton lower, at
21% Freights firmer.
7 P. M.-Cotton unsettled and fully
%o. lower, with sales of 5,000 bales, at
21%. Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat
oponed firmer, "nut closed quiet, at 1 cent
lower-winter red and amber Western
1.26(311.30. Corn a shade firmer-new
mixed Western firstname.lastname@example.org. Pork closed
at 25.00. Lard-kettle 11%. Whiskey
99@99}?. Groceries quiet. Freights
firmer-cotton steam 5-16; sail 7-32.
Money easy, at 4(3)6. Gold-nearly hun?
dred changes in price occurred during
tho day, closing at 11^(3)11%. The
price at ono time was l<J/y. Tho prices
of merchandise weakened. Govern?
ments closed feverish-62's lO,1^. South?
ern securities strong.
BALTUIOUB, March 8.-Cotton heavy,
at 21)..'. Fl tour ftzni but less active.
Oats steady, at 54(3)56. Rye dull and
nominal. Provisions quiet. Whiskey
CINCINNATI, March 8.-Com 68@73.
Whiskey dull, at 93. Provisions unset?
tled and nominal.
ST. LOUIS, March 8.-Corn 73? 75.
Whiskey dull, at 93. Provisions demo?
ralized. Lard nominal.
NEW ORLEANS, March 8.-Cotton quiet
and weak-middlings 21??(3)21%; net
receipts 3,814 bales; coastwise 43; total
3,857; sales 8,000; stock247,519.
MOBILE, March 8.-Cotton opened
firm and closed heavy-middlings 20',.%;
reoeipts 580 bales; sales 2,000, of which
500 were of last evening.
SAVANNAH, March 8.-Cotton declin?
ing-middlings 20.'-J; receipts 1,184
bales; eales 400.
CHARLESTON, March 8. -Cotton steady
and in fair demand-middlings 20'? j; re?
ceipts 739 bales; sales 600.
PARIS, March 8.-The Bourse- opened
quiet-renten 74f. 50c.
92&. Bonds 90%.
LIVERPOOL, March 8-3 P. M.-Cotton
dull-uplands ll; Orleans 11%. Yarns
and fabrics at Manchester heavy.
LIVERPOOL, March 8-Evening.-Cot?
ton dull, with salea of 8,000 bales.
PRICE OF JEWELRY.
?BAYING justreturned ._^. r- --t
from the North with a &?3r^zk
large Block of Goods, purchased since
thu decline in gold, I um propared to
Holl cheaper and hotter articles of
JEWELRY than any ono else in thc
city. Htoro on Main street, between
Columbia Hotel building and Cit Isens' Raving?
bank. I. 8ULZ RADII BB.
March S _
Citizens' Savings Bank South Carolina.
COLUMBIA, February 25, 1870
MONEY TO LOAN on good COLLATE
HALS. THO?. E. GREGG,
Feb 'it! Cashier.
Cock Fight! -Main for $1,000.
Soul fi Cnn lina Against North Carolina.
^ $100 each battle. Thirty-one
J? Cocks to be shown by each party,
?ntgmL%?weigbiu? from four pounds ?ix
\M\So)k 'unces to six pounds six ounces.
7^tjJMl''ii:iit to commence at tho Ex
^"iJ JU chango Coe); pit, in Columbia, 8. C.,
on TUESDAY, April 5, 1870. To bo
kept up four day?. Will be fought according
to Tumor's liuka. Fino ?port and fair play!
WHITE GOODS !
Brilliants, Brocade, India Twill,
Tape Stripes and Checks, Satin Stripes,
Victoria and Bishop Lawns,
Nainsook and India Mull, Jaconets,
I Swiss Mall, Bird-Eye Diaper, Linen Lawn,
! Hamburg Edgings and Inserting*,
Linen Edgings and Insortings,
Swiss Edgings and Insertings,
j Lace Collars, Real and Imitation,
Linen Collars and Caf:'.-'.
Doylies ami Napkins,
Huckaback and Damabk Towels,
An assortment of light Punts aud Lawns,
for thc coming season.
bleached and Brown Homespuns, Ac.
.lust roccived from New York.
Pvh '-'0 C, K. JAC KKON.
Fulton Market Pickled Beef.
I'icklod Fig Pork,
Pickled Salmon, f^r *alo by
March H E. HOPE.
ALARGE and complete assortment of
FISHING TACKLE; HOOKS in all varie?
ty,; Linea of all kinda and length, for reels: to?
gether with' all kinds of Taokle need in fishing.
March G Imo_Late Glaze & Radcliffe.
W. D. LOVE. B. B. McCREERY.
W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Still Keep the. Wheel in Motion.
4 NOTKER Case of those PRINTS, at 12$c
/\ a yard, just opened.
A nice lot of Spring and Summer D1:K-?S
GOODS, at 15c. a yard,
A nice lot of Spring and Summer Dross
Goods, al 20c. a yard,
A nico lot of Spring and Summer Dress
Goods, ut 25c. a yard,
A nice lot cf Spring ami Summer Dress
Goods, at 30c a yard,
A nico lot ot Spring and Summer Drees
Goods, at 37 Vc a yard.
These Goods are worth about double what
we are ofhiring them at, having been bought
lately in currency for less than they coat to
import in gold.
Roman Neck Ribbons, Bowe, Lim n Collars
and Cuffs-the latest stvles.
Tho new Metternich P'annier MANTLE, just
out for Spring wear. We are tho only House
in Columbia showing this Mantle.
Ladies' White Gored Under-shirts, much
holow regular prices,
Besides these, the Store is filled with lots of
other Goods suited to the wants of tho com?
munity, and which thc Ladies say, we aro
selling at less prices than they can get them
Call anti get Bargains where they can be got
at the POPUL VR ONE PRICE STORE ot
WM. D. LOVE A CO.,
Columbia Hotel Block. Main street.
We have opened two cases of Prints, at 10c.
a yard, worth 12A. March 5
10,000 Bushels Oats.
FOR sale by
March 2 LOWRANCE A CO^
Broom Corn Seed.
FOR sale hy
March 2 LOWRANCE A CO.
300 Barrels Flour.
FOR nalo by
March 2 LOWRANCE A Ct).
Stack's Corn Whiskey.
FOR sale hv
March 2 LOWRANCE .v CO.
100 Bales Hay.
FOR sale low, by
March 2 __LP_W_RAJirF' COj _
?T1HE undersigned, having located in this
1 city, would offer his services to all in want
of anj" one to decorato their Gardens, in
French or Swiss styles. Will also attend to
putting up all kinds of fancy yvork, such aa
Arbors, Temples, li un Pavements, Fire and
Water-Proot Roofs, and decorations of all
kinds. W. AUG. D ELMAR.
March 2 l:lmo
HAVING disposed of all mv WHISKEY to
Messrs. E. Stenhouse, E. Hope, and Low?
rance A Co., I yvould recommend my fnen '.H ?
to them to get supplied, as I have sold none to
anv otht r partv since my distillery was closed.
March 2 _W. H. STACK^
THE time for receiving Proposals f'ir finish?
ing the New State House, at Columbia. S
C., has been extended to tho 13TH of MARCH.
Specifications may be seen by calling upon
General J. B. Dennis, at the Adjutant and In?
spector-General's Oflico, Columbia, S. C.
.T. K. JILSON. Chairman Committee.
SST Charleston Republican, Courier and
New? will ple.aso copy. Marchi ll
Spring Seed Oats.
r*f\f\ BUSHELS WHITE SEED OATS,
V)V/V/ for salo low, hy^ LCD. HOPE.
Fruits and Vegetables-Prices Reduced.
PEACHES, 2 lb. canB, 25 cents each.
Lima Beans, 2 lb. cans, 25 conts each.
Green Corn, 2 lb. cans. 25 cents each.
Tomatoes, 2 lb. cans, 25 cents each.
Together with a full assortment of Pickles,
Jellies, Oysters, Lobsters, Sauces, Catsups,
Extracts, Sardines, Spices, Ac, Ac, at low
figures, always on hand and for salo hy
a- Feh 2G_J. & T. IU AGNEW.
Bonds and Stocks.
GOLD AND SIL. V RU.
UNCURRENT BANK BILLS,
Coupons, Mutilated Currency, Ac, Ac,
j Ac. honght and sold by D. GAMI?RILL, |
Fell 15 limo Ofli?o Columbia Hotel Building. ?
I To the Public.
C33> I WOULD RESPECTFULLY I
t/t^^Qinform the citizens of Columbia I
[('-* ji?8a,lt* l'10 Burrounditig country ge
,fjA. jKSnorally, that I have resumed my
d%*a?*?H?**old Business again, after a lapse
of t wontv years, engaged in tho manufacturo
of Iron, I am again back at my first Business,
that of WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY
whoro a full Stock of all Goods kept in a First
Class Establishment can ho found. I shall use
my best endeavors to givo satisfaction to all.
I hope to recoivo a share of patronago. I shall
keep First Class Workmen, and all work en?
trusted to mo will be warranted.
NovO WILLIAM GLAZE.
Hoes, Steel and Iron.
O AA DOZEN Brade's CROWN HOES, as
OUv sorted sizes.
20,000 lbs. Knglish PLOW STEEL, assorted
50,000 lbs. Genuine SWKDES IRON, assort?
flic above aro ot direct importation from
stockholm, Birmingham and Sheffield, and
ure, therefore, of superior qualities to North?
ern imitations. J. ft T. lt. AGNEW.
A NEW stock of ELEGANT LIGHT CAR
j\_ KIAGKS is just opened at tho corner of
Assembly and Lady strut ts, near thu Post
Office All persons in any way interested aro
invited to call anti examine some of the finest
Bpi chin ns of design and workmanship that
can be produced. Tin so vehicles have been
bought right, and will he sold low. 'l in- styles
aro the very latest-tho tpiality unsurpassed,
and every effort will bo made to afford lusting
satisfaction and pleasure to those, extending
their patronage to tho nubeeribor.
Jan 21 W. K. GREENFIELD.
Creme Be La Oreme.
1 AA BARRELS very 8uporior FAMILY
1UU FLOUR, for salo low by
Jan 26 EDWARD HOPE.
Unprecedented in the ?un?is of
Standing Without a Peer Among itt]
G. Gk GRADY'S
NOW MAKING A FALL AND WINTER
excursion through the Southern States,
with attractions, in point of Merit, Tone and
Character, FAR SUPERIOR to any over pre?
sented in the arena. Nothing hut first class
Artists in every department. No subordinates
thrust into prominent positions, and foisted
upon the public at leading performers, hut
each and every on*
A STAR IN THE PROFESSION!
A perfect Circus at ?act, with surroundings
moro superb und complete than any ever wit?
nessed in an American arena.
RIDERS, LEAPERS. VAULTERS. TUMB?
LERS", SfJftWRS A ITTERS. GYMNASTS,
CONTOItTOONISTS; PAD. TRICK,
TRAINED, LIBERTY and MANEGE
/HORSES. UNSURPASSED IN
Hin WORLD !
A complete concern in construction and
outfit, and adequate to tho wanta of this en?
lightened and progressive age.
Novelty, Beauty, Grandeur, Advancement
and Improvement". Every Detail Perfect, Every
Act New ! The Best Riders in the World'. The
Best Loapars in the World! Best Lady Gym?
nasts in the World! Tho Four Best Clowns in
thc World! And the Desi Show in tho World!
Placed he foro tho public ill Hiebest possible
etylo, and in a hitherto unprecedented manner,
at au enormous cost and a vast expenditure of
time and labor, making, altogether, an enter?
tainment of Matchless Grandeur and Beauty,
giving thc masses au opportunity of witness?
ing a real old-fashioned
AMERICAN CIRCUS IN ALL ITS PRISTINE
VOILA L.E tUUPS D'AItEXA <
THE MA CA U TE SISTERS.
MLLE. MARIE MACARTE, from the Cirque
Napoleon, Paris. The pride of tho H au t Ecole
of Europe, and thc most Hashing and grace?
ful lady rider in thc world, fully meriting the
title bestowed upon her by tho Continental
Press, aa tho "Queen of the Arena."
MLLE. BLANCHE MACARTE,
Late of Astley's Amphitheatre, bondon, will
appear in a variety ul arenic novelties; among
other wonders, the dashing Hurdle Act.
MRS. G. G. GRADY
Will introduoe at each entertainment her cele?
brated Arabian Steed,
LA PETITE ROSALIE!
The Child Wonder, in her remarkable exercise
noon tho Hanging Cord and Tight Rope.
W. C. MORGAN,
Thc American Hercules and Cannon Ball Per?
former, Clown and General Performer.
THE MILLER BROTHERS,
The Renowned Trapeze Performers, Tumblers
THE BELMONT BROTHERS,
From the Hippodrome tier Ku nig, Berlin,
Prussia, ChampionTumblera of the world, and
the original "Arabin Brothers,"' whoso mag?
nificent performance has found worthless imi?
tators in all parts of the world who, envying
the fair fame of these matchless artists, have
basely-yet unsuccessfully-attempted to rob
them of their well-earned laurels.
MR. JEAN JOHNSON,
Tho renowned Scenic Ride r, in his beautiful
representation of "the Nations en Costumo."
MASTER FRANK MORGAN,
Tho wonderful Tumbler and Acrobatic Per?
THE GROUP OF LEAPERS, TUMBLERS, AND
Consisting, in part, of
Messrs. Wentworth, Bosauot, Armstrong, Bel?
mont Brothers, Miller Brothers, Berry, Sands,
Amidon, Hoyt, Ac.
FOUR GREAT CLOWNS!
G. G. Grady, the World's greatest Jester;
CharlesCovolli, Shakspoariau Mimic; Charles
Grady, Gr O toe que Clown; \V. C. Morgan, tho
Nothing advertised but what ii to ho seen
within the arena.
To rut rmi.ic. As it is Mr. Clady's inten?
tion to confine his energies toward perfecting
the exhibition within the arena, he does not,
therefore, aim nt making any public display;
hut tho Band Chariot, containing Prof. Sports
Silver Cornet Baud, and the Trained Horses,
will parade tho principal streets on tho day
of exhibition, for the purpose of heralding the
arrival of thc unprecedented Old-Fashioned
G. O. GRADY. . Sol? Proprietor.
CHAS. C. VELLI.Manager.
A. R. SCOTT.General Agent.
R3f Admission 7.r>nnd 50 CENTS.
This MAMMOTH CIRCUS aili give FOUR
OK ITS GRAN? PERFORMANCES IN o?>
1,1 Ml!lA,s. C., ON TUVasDAV and FRI?
DAY, MAKCIl io and ll.
49* Afternoon Exhibitions commencing at
2 o'clock; Evening Exhibitions at 7 o'clock.
March 5 .'>
The Great Reputation
Which KOSKOO baa attained in all parts
of the conntry,
?s a Great and Good Medicine,
And tho largo numbers of testimonials
which aro constantly being received from !
Physicians, and persons who nave BEEN CUBBO
by its nee, is CONCLUSIVE moor of its REMARK -
AS A BLOOD PURIFIER
IT HAS NO EQUAL,
UKI NO, POSITIVELY,
The Most Po werfal Vegetable Alterative
DISEASES OE THE H LO OD.
"Tho life of tho Heall is in Ibo blood," is a
Scriptural maxim that Science proves to be
true. The peoplo talk of bad blood as tho
cause of many diseases, and, liko many popu?
lar opinions, this of bad blood is founded in
Tho symptoms of bad blood aro usually
quite plain. liad digestion cansos imperfect
nutrition, aud, consequently, the circulation
is feeble, tho soft tissues loee their tono and
elasticity, and thc tongue becomes palo,
broad and frequently covered with a pasty
whito coat. Thin condition soon shows itself
in roughness of tho akin, thon in ERUPTIVE and
ULCERATIVE diseases, and, wbon long conti?
nued, results in serious lesions of the Brain,
Livor, Lungs or Urinary Apparatus. Much,
very much, suffering ?B caused by impure
blood. It is estimated by nonie that one-tifth
of tho human family ure affected with Scrofula
in eomo form.
When tho Blood is pure, you are not so liable
to any dlscaeo. Many impurities of tho Blood
arieo from impuro diseases of large cities.
Eradicate every impurity from the fountain of
lifo, and good spirits, fair akin and vital
strength will return to yon.
K O S S O O !
LIVER IN VIGORA TOR!
Being the Only Known Medicine
That EFFICIENTLY stimulates and CORRECTS
tho hepatic secretions and functional BEBANOE
MENTs of thc LIVER, WITHOUT DEBILITATING
tho system. While it acts freely upon the
Liver, instead of copious purging, it gradually
changes tho discharges to a perfectly natural
Symptoms of Liver Complaint awl of
some of those Diseases produced by il:
A sallow or yellow color of tho akin, or yol
lowisb-brown apota on the face and othor parts
of thc body; dullnosa and drowsiness, somo
timea headache; bitter or bad taste in tho
mouth, internal heat; in many caaea a dry,
teasing cough; unsteady appetite; sometimca
sour .stomach, with a raising of tho food; a
bloated or full feeling about the stomach and
sidos; aggravating pains in tho sides, back or
breast, and about the shoulders; constipation
of tho bowels; jules, flatulence, coldness of
the extremities, ??c.
33L O & X5L O O !
Ls a remedy of Wonderful Efficacy in the cure
of diseases of tho Kidneys and Bladder. In
these Affections, it is as near a specific as any
remedy can be. It does its work kindly, silently,
and surety. Tho Belief which it affords ia both
certain and perceptible.
DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS AND |
Peraona unacquainted with tho structure
anfl functions nf tho Kidneys, cannot estimate
tho importance ot their healthy action.
Bcgular and sufficient action of the Kidneys
is as important, nay, oven moreao, than regu?
larity of tho bowels. The Kidneys remove
from the blood tboao effute mattera which, if
permitted to remain, would speedily destroy
life. A total suspension ol tho urinary dis?
charges will occasion death from thirty-six to
When the Urine is voided in small quanti?
ties at tho timo, or when there ia a disposition
to Urinate more frequently than natural, or
when the Urine is high colored or scalding,
with weakness in tho small of the back, it
should not bu tritlod with or delayed, but
Koskoo should bc taken at oncoto remedy the
difficulty, beforo a lesion of tho organs takes
placo. Most of tho diseases of tho Bladder
originato from those of the Kidneys, tho Urino
being imperfectly secreted in tho Kidneys,
prove irritating to tho Bladder and Urinary
passages. When wo recollect tbat medicino
never reaches the Kidneys excopt through thc
general circulation of the Blood, wo seo how
necessary it is to keep tho Fountain of Life
Meet.? with great succoss in the cure of
Diseases of Nervous System.
? Almost nine-tenths of our ponido suffer from
nervous exhaustion, and aro, therefore, liable
to its concomitant evils of mental depression,
confused ideas, soft cuing of tho brain, insani?
ty, and completo breaking down of thc gem ral
health. Thousands are suffering to-day with
broken-down nervous systems, and, unfortu?
nately, tobacco, alcohol, lato boura, over-work,
(mental and physical,) aro causing diseases '
of the nervous system to iucroaae at a fearful
Thc symptoms to which diseases of the ncr
vous system givo riso, may bo stated as fol?
lows: A dull, heavy feeling in tho hoad, some- i
times more or less severo pain or headache;
Periodical Headache, Dizziness, Noises or ?
Hinging in tho Head; Confusion of Ideas;
Temporary Losa of Memory; Dejection ot ;
Spirits; Starting during Sloep; Bad Dreams:
Hesitation in Answering Questions; Dullness
of Hearing; Twitching of thc Faco ami Arms, !
.Vc . which, if not promptly treated, lead to ,
Paralysis, Delirium, Insanity, Impotency, j
Apoplexy, Ste., Ac.
ls NOT a secret quack remedy. FORM I LA
around each bottle. Bccommendfld by the best
Physicians, eminent Divines, Editors, Drug
girts, Merchants, ftc.
Tin- liest uml Most Hopnlur Medicine
PREFABED ONLY ll\
J. J. LAWRENCE, M. D.,
olia AN ie CHEMIST,
Laboratory and Office, No. G Main street,
* NORFOLK, VA.
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Feb 2<i Gmo
Sale of the Laurens Railroad.
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Coi.uT.rDiA, January 20, 1870.
THE undersigned, having been appointed
Receiver of the Lauren* Railroad Com?
pany, in the said Stato, and having duly qual?
ified for said office, notiaeis hereby given that,
pursuant to orders heretofore passed in the
Court of Common Pleas for Laureas County,
in the said State, I will sell to the highest
bidder, at public auction, the property of the
said Laurens Railroad Company, described as
follows: The Railroad of the said Company,
running from Newberry village to Laurena .
ville, including tho road-bod, right of way and
lands occupied by or belonging to the said
Company, together with the several super?
structures and tracks thereon, and all rails
and other materials used on the same, and
all and singular the soveral bridges, viaducts
culverts, fences, depot grounds and buildings
thereon, station-houses, work-shops, engines,
tenders, cars, tools, materials and machinery,
equipments and appurtenances of every kind,
aud all the stock subscribed for in the said
Company, and all other property belonging,
appertaining to, or in any manner connected
with or forming a part of the said Laurens
Railroad Company, and all franchises, rights
and privileges of tho said Laurens Railroad
Company, of, iu, to, or concerning the same.
And upon such salo all equity of redemption
in tho said promises shall bo forever barred
and absolutely foreclosed.
Tho said sale shall take placo at tho State
House, in the city of Columbia, South Caro?
lina, at 12 o'clock, meridian, on the 30th day
of March, in the present year, on the follow?
ing terms, that is to Bay, $42 OOO cash, and the
residue in six per cent, coupon bonds of the
State of South Carolina at par, or in private
bonds, payable in ono, two and three years,
hearing interest at the rate of seven per cent,
per annum, payable semi-annually, with as?
sured personal security and mortgage of the
premisos. GEORGE W. WATERMAN,
_Jan 27__Receiver Laurens R. B. Co.
Fore Dixon Cotton Seed.
WE OFFER for sale bushels Dickson
Cotton Soed, grown from seed obtained
from Mr. David Dickson, Oxford Ga., last
spring, and which waa selected by him for bia
own uso. Notwithstanding the unprece?
dented dry season, wo gathered from 1,500 to
2,500 pounds to tho acre-making twenty-six
bales to ono mule. Price 13.00 per bushel.
OXFOBD, Ga., November 4,1869.
I do certify that I sold to Messrs. Richard
O'Noalo A Son, of Columbia, 8. C., some of my
choice improved Cotton Sood, for planting
purposes. They proposed to sell a portion ol
what they raised. Planters purchasing the
Seed they raise may rely upon getting the
genuino Dickson Seed. DAVIT) DICKSON.
Wo aro Mr. Dickson's Agents here, and will
order Seed direct from Mr. Dickson, if desired.
Price $5.00 from ono to five bushels, or $4 OG
for five and upwards.
Feb 1G wf RICHARD O'NEALE A 8QN.
RICKSONS IMPROVED COTTON SEED,
1~1 ROWN from Seed purchased directly o:
VX Mr. David Dickson, in 1867, and carofulb
preserved from mixing or adulteration witt
I will deliver the Seed, sacked in good order
at tho Louisville Dopot, Sooth Carolina Rail
road, at $2.00 per bushel, for any amount un
der 5 bushels, or at $1.50 per bushel, for al
amounts iu exceas of 5 bushels.
?. P. AMAKER, St. Matthew's, 8. G.
I respectfully refer to the below named gen
tlcmcn, who purchased Seed of me last spring
for informai . n touching the purity and aupe
riority of tho ?oed, to wit: Hon. T. J. Good
wyn, Dr. A. R. Tabor, Fort Motte ; P. M. Hot
ser, Esq., and Wm. Paulling, Esq., St. Hal
thew's; L.R. Beckwith, Esq., Jamison's; an
Captain F. H. W. Briggmann and W. B. Mulioi
Esq., Orangoburg Court House ; all cf Orange
burg County, S. CL_Feb ll 3mo?
To the Public in General.
IHAVE hotter COTTON SEED than an
man who advertises Seed for sale. Hie
is tho improved BOYD PROLIFIC, which ei
eels any other. The price ia $2.50 per huahe
An examination of my proofs will no coovin
ing. 1 refer to Jocob H. Wells and J. D. Hil
Call and look at tho growth, in Butcher Towt
Dec 3 ____ N. POPE.
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