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. PARIS, March H.--Louis Noir, whose
brother Pierre Napoleon killed, com?
plains that the prosecution seems direct?
ed against his dead brother, rather than
ROME, March ll.-The Pontifical
Court contests, in emphatic terms, the
obum of the French Government io be
.represented in the Oloumenical Council.
I BmaiiiN, March ll.-The North Oer
Fman Gazette says the claim of the Pope
to infallibility only shows how liable to
error he is.
HAVANA, March ll.-The cholera has
entirely disappeared from Santa Spiritus.
The Masons are still imprisoned.
WASHINGTON, March ll.-The Presi?
dent has pardoned two negroes, sentenc?
ed by military commission at Manches?
ter, Virginia, for life, for the murder of
Georgia's negro legislators protested,
by telegraph, through Revels, against
The Foreign Committee of the Senate
considered the San Domingo treaty.
Gen. Babcock and Commodore Porter
addressed the committee in explanation
and support of the treaty. No aotion.
In the Supremo Court, on motion of
Phillips, who addressed the Court, Ver?
ger was turned over to the civil authori?
ties. The habeas corpus, iu his case, was
In the Senate, tho protest of the
Georgia colored Legislators was read. It
says that they represent 90,000 colored
voters of Georgia, who, by the passage
of this amendment, will be delivered
over, bound band and foot to their most
bitter enemies; that the colored voters
will be driven away from the polls.
On motion of Trumbull, Georgia was
made the special order for to-morrow.
A motion for the appointment of a
joint committee on public affairs was
defeated by Colfax's vote.
Tue funding bill was resumed, dis?
cussed and passed-36 to 10. Adjourned
to Monday, when the Georgia bill will
be the special order.
!In the Honse, the morniug was cou
amed with private bills. After a strug
le between the friends of the deficiency
ld tariff bills, the tariff prevailed. The
[ouse went into Committee of the Wholo
n the tariff. After an hour's speech the
eficienoy bill was taken up. It aggre
ates $2,250,000, including, for repairs
f custom houses at Savannah, $15,000;
Mobile, $15,000; Richmond, 825,000.
No actiou. The House meets to-morrow
Internal revenue receipts to-day,
Delegations from national banks nre
here, lobbying against the funding bill.
ST. LOUIS, March ll.-Tho Mecha?
nics' Bank has rosnmed specie payment.
The circulation out is $50,000.
NEW YORK, March ll.-Tho steamer
Schmidt, from Bremen January 20, given
up for lost, is now coming up the bay.
The steamer Swedth made tho voyage
South of Bermuda, in consequoncc of a
brpken engine. She encountered a suc?
cession of hurricanes.
Om CITY, March ll.-The fire which
threatened the entire city was, by great
exertions of the people, extinguished,
after burning a railroad train and a num?
ber of tank?.
JACKSON, MISS., March ll.--Governor
Alcorn has boen inaugurated. lu his
inaugural, regarding Judges, who have
tho long tenure under the Constitution,
he says: Our Judges must bo men of
standing, that society cannot presumo to
ignore; they must bo men learned in law
beyond their fellows; mon of courage
and of conscience, in hearty accord with
the mission of the men charged with the
consolidation, in this State, of the work
AUGUSTA, GA., March ll.-Ben. God
ley (colored) was hung at Waynesboro,
in Burke County, to-day, for tho mur?
der of Adkins Lewis. The murder wai
committed last summer.
CHARLESTON, March ll.-Arrived
Ship Prometheus, Philadelphia.
.ED.-The Central Georgian say;
rribly mangled remains of a ue
au wero found on tho track o
entrai Railroad, near Thirteentl
Station, on Sunday morniug last. /
crushed bottle, near by, told tho cause
Drunk and asleep on tho track.
KITCHEN BURNED-We regret to stat
that, on Mouday night last, our friend
Charles Farrar, residing near Mouu
Tabor,*n this County, had the misfor
tune to have his kitchen and all its COE
tents cousunied by fire.
Governor Scott has commuted th
sentence of tho youuger Nixon, rocontl
sentenced in Charleston to bo execute
:or murder, to imprisonment for lifo i
tu? penitentiary. The elder Nixon wi
suffer tho extremo penalty of tho law.
On Friday last, while Mr. Richar
Mills was riding iu tho streets of Spa
tauburg, his horso became unruly, arj
rearing upon his hind legs fell bael
wards and so seriously injured Mr. Mill
that he died ou Sunday.
Tho snow storm which commenced c
Sunday last, covered au area exteudit
from the latitudes of North Corolii
into tho New i tominion, aud from tl
Rooky Mouutaius to the Atlantic sc
HOMICIDE IN EATONTON.-The Trt
and Messenger, of tho 0th, says in a dil
culty on the streets to-day, about
o'clock, Major J. T. Perryman was sh
and killed by Mr. Sandy Slither.
It is reported that back in the Roo
Mountain chain, in British Columbia
gold field has been discovered as rich
tho' original California, with Austra
piled on top.
Mr. Jefferson Davis paid a busini
viait to Huntsvillo, Ala., and in thi
days took 500 lifo insurance policies. '.
is the boet agent yet out.
FINANCIAL AND COKItSBCUl.
COLUMBIA, Maroh ll.-Tho cotton mar?
ket has boen very dull doting the past
week-nnly about 60 bales having been
disposed of, aa follows: 9 bales at 15; 2
at 15 % ; 7 at 17; 1 at 17}? ; 13 at 18; 15 at
18%; 7atl8>?;latl8%; 2 at 19; 3 at
19)2; 8 at 19%.
NEW YORK, March ll-Noon.-Stocks
Bteady and strong. Money easy, at 5@
6. Exchange-long 8%; short 8%. 62's,
coupon, ll; Tennessee's, ex-coupon,
59%; new 49' Virginia's, ox-coupon,
73k; ; new ll1.:; Louisiana levee 6's 73%;
8's 81'.,; Alabama 8's 90%; 5's 71;
Georgia 6's 84; 7's 93*?; North Caro?
lina's, old, 47; new 22; South Carolina's,
old, 89; new 82. Flour and wheat rather
more steady. Corn dall and drooping.
Pork firmer-mess 26.25. Lard firm, at
14@145?. Cotton firmer, at 21>?.
7 P. M.-Cotton opened firmer but
olosed heavy and drooping, with sales of
3,500 hales, at 21)?. Flour aud wheat a
shndo firmer-winter red and amber
Western wheat email@example.com'?. Corn lc.
lower-new mixed Western 90@97.
Pork firmer, at 26.75. Lard-kettle
14%@15. Whiskey lower, at 98@99.
Groceries dall. Freights aotivc. Money
4@,6. Sterliug 8*?. Gold strong, at
13^?@13%'. Governments strong with
an advancing tendency. 62's ll. South?
BALTIMORE, March ll.-Cotton 21.
Flour dull aud firm. Wheat steady.
Coru 92(0)94. Provisions firmer, but
prices unchanged. Whiskey firmer, at
CINCINNATI, March ll.-Whiskey 91(3)
92. Mess pork 27.0J. Lard held, at 13>?.
Bacon held-shoulders 11@11%; clear
sides 15%-no demand. The advance in
gold caused au improvement in pro?
ST. LOUIS, March ll.-Corn firmer
mixed 74@77. Whiskey heavy, at 92.
Pork heavy, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Shoulders
1134; clear sides 15%. Lard nominal.
NEW ORLEANS, March ll.-Cotton
firmer-middling 21%; Bales 795 bales;
receipts to-day 6,567; of the week 34,721.
MOBILE, March ll.-Cotton market
closed easier-middling 20>?; sales to?
day 800 bales; receipt? 5,099; receipts for
the week 4,477.
CHARLESTON, March ll.--Cotton
firmer-middling 21; receipts 494 bales;
exports 1,360; sales 300.
AUOUSTA, March ll.-Cotton market
firmer, with sales of 421 bales-mid?
dling 20; receipts 223.
PARIS, March ll.-The Bourse opened
firm-rentes 74f. 40c.
HAVRE, March ll.-Cotton opened
^uiet-low middlings afloat 129.
LONDON, March ll-Noon.-Consols
32%. Bonds 90J?.
LiYEurooL, March ll-3 cP. M.-Cot?
ton dull-uplands ll; Orleans 11%@
W%\ sales of the week 46,000 bales; ex?
ports 5,000; spoculation 3,000; stock
271,000, whereof American is 115,000;
receipts of the week 24,000, of which
\merican is 10,000; stock afloat 433,000,
>f which American is 313,000.
LIVERPOOL, March 12-Evening.-Got
:ou heavy-uplands 107?; Orleans lijad!)
II,1., ; sales 7,000 bales. Yarns and fabrics
it Mauchester, heavy. Cotton market
dosed with a downward tendency.
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT,
COKUECTEO WEEKLY BY TUE BOA11D OF TRAUE. |
Cl-1'LE.s, %'bu.l 25~'(S? 5?) L.IM?7 # bbl. 2 5U?2~75
3AoaiNO,UuniiT2tiS2S MoL.vssE8.Cuba, 50(355
Dundee $ vd" 30?32 NewOrl'nsl 0?@i 10
3ALK ROPE, Manil,ffl52? Sugar H'?e..75(i?l 00
N.Y.orWes V1M0@15 NAILS, %V keg5 50?G 75
JUTThB, Northern (<?50 ONIONS, fibusl 75?2 00
Country, y ll?.25(c?35 OIL, Kerosene,gG0@7O
JACON. Hams. ..22@24 Machinery... .75?1 21
Sides,%rflb-16?1S SPECIE, Gold (gi 1U
Shoulders... 14@1G Silver. @1 OG
huons, t<l,00U . .9@12 POTAT'S, Iris 1 50r^l 73
JANULES, Sperni40(?70 Sweet, bus ((?175
Adamantine lb21?25 RICE, Carolinatt>8.J(f?lO
Tallow. 14@1C SHOT, tybag. 3 00?3 10
Jorros YAUNI 83@1 90 SALT, Livorp.2 50&?2 20
?oTTON.Strict Md? 19 SOAP, "(llb,.7?@10
Middling... 17(?? SFIHITS, Alcohol,gl7 I O
Low Midl'g, 16? brandy . .4 00@12 Ol)
?oodOrduv, 15<<? HolliidGin.5 0U(<?700
Ordinary..*. 14? American.. 2 O0(<fi3 00
?HEESE, E.?.Ib. 23?25 Jam. P.um.6 00?7 02
factory.19(t?24 N. E. .?. .2 00(??3 50
JOFFEE, ltio,-?.dM8?22 Bo.Whisky350@4 00
Laguavra_26?28 Monongh?a2 50r<?4 00
Java.80ffs32 Rectified.. 1 33(?cl 50
"l.oun.Co. OOOtfdlOOO SCOAH, CriiB'd, 17(318
Northern.G00?llO0 Powdered... HQ/AS
JKAIN, Corn 1 35? 1 40 Brown.12?lti
Wheat .... 1 60@2 00 STAIICU, ?IV>... 0V?11
Oats. 1 OOrt/il 10 TEA, Green 11.1 00?250
Peas.1 75?2 00 Black,_1 00(<?l 00
IA Y, Nort ii, f'cwt.2 00 TOBACCO, Chw.G0?l (iO
Eastern. Smoking, lb. .50?] 15
JiOE.s.Dry, -^IM2i@18 VINEOAII, Wine,.70(370 |
Green.?8 Cider.50?l?? j
[NOIOO, Caro.. .1?1 25 French_1 25? 1 50
LiAitn, $P?.20?22 WINE, Cham.25(332 00
LiVMBEit, Dds 100 f.l 5U I Port, ^gal 3 00(35 00
Scantling.1 50 ? Sherry....3 50? G00
Shingles,tylOOO..275 | Madeira.. .2 50?8 0o
VENDETTA.-Col. Jones and his soo,
who killed Gen. Liddell, have been, iu
turu, put to death. All about a woman,
who must be old aud weary now.
"I am strong and healthy, yet to pre?
servo my good condition," I uso SOLO?
MON'S BITTERS. N21
Tlie store of MCSSM. Guilmartin, iu
Savauuah, together with 500 bales cot?
ton, were destroyed by fire on Tuesday
Tho weak and emaciated mother says:
"My health and strength is restored bf
tho use of" SOLOMONS' BITTEK*'. N21
A colored woman, named Jenny Ford,
was accidentally burnt to death in Hani
burg, on Thursday night. She was
subject to fits.
"Just tho thiug!" Such is tho excla?
mation of tho Dyspeptics who uso SOLO?
MONS' BITTERS. N21
The Fertilizing Properties of 'Thuine.''
ANALYSIS-Bone Phosphate Soluble, Sul?
phate of Ammonia, .Sulphate of Potash,
Sulphate of Soda, Sulphate of Lime, Carbo?
nate of Lime, Sulphate of Iron, Organic Sub?
stances. This is the best combination of fer?
tilizing ingredients known to chemistry, lt
contains every property necessary to supply
tho wants of vegetation, and is a reliable
composition -making it tho boat general FER?
TILIZER ever offered to Planters and Farmers
in South Carolina. For Gardens, it will bu
found a cheap and satisfactory manure
For sale in large and small lots, by
FISHER A HEINITSH,
March 12 | Druggists.
I?ATBBT QUOTATIONS OF SOUTHERN SB*
comixes r? CHARLESTON, S. ?-Corrected,
semi-weekly, by A. 0. Kan fm nu, Broker,
No. 25 Broad street-March ll, 1870:
Names of Securities. Raie In. Offer'd Asked.
North Carolina, old 6 . 46
N. Carolina, new.. 6 v.. 23
South Carolina, old 6 81 .
S. Carolina, new.. 6 79 .
S. C. reg. stk, ex in 6 76? .
Georgia, old. 7 . 82
Georgia, new. 7 . 94
Georgia. 6 . 83
Tennessee, old.... 6 . 56
Tennessee, new... 6 . 4G
Alabama. 8 . 94
Alabama. 5 . 65
Atlanta, Ga., bonds 8 . 87
AogU8ta,Ga. bonds 7 . 84
Charleston stock.. 6 . 57
Char'n Fire Lu bds 7 . 75
Columbia.S.C.bds G . 70
Columbus, Ga.,bds 7 . 82
Macon, Ga., bonds 7 75 78
bouda, eudorsed. G 65 .
bonds, unend's'd G . 53
Savannah, Ga.,bds 7 82 85
Wilmington, X. C. 8 71 73
Wilmington, N. C. 6 58 GO
Atlantic and Gulf. 7 76 80
B. R., first mort.. 7 50 .
Central Georg;a. 7 96 99
Charleston sud Sa. G 60 .
C. , C. A: A. 7 . 90
Chernw und Durl'n 7 . 80
Georgia Railroad. 7 95 100
G. & C., 1st mor.. 7 76 .
G. & C., State gunr 7 64 .
Memphis & Charles 7 82 S5
N. Eastern p'st due 7 85 .
N. Eastern, new... 8 .
Sav. Sc C., 1st mort 7 . 80
S. & C., Stute gnar 7 63 .
South Carolina.... 7 . 83
South Carolina.... 6 . 75
Spart'g und Union. 7 54 .
RAILROAD STOCKS. Par.
Atlantic and Gulf. 100 37 40
CoutrnlGa., ex div 100 . 117
CC. & A.100 . 55
Georgia. 100 . Ill
G. and C. R. R... 20 2 .
Macon and West.. 100 . 110
Memphis^Charles. 25 . ll
North-eastern .... 50 7 8
Sav. A: Charleston. 100 . 23
S. C., whole shares 100 . 44
S. C., half shares,. 50 . 22
capital 8500,000. 100 103 -
?1st Nat Bk Chur'n
capital S400.000. 100 . 115
S. C. Loan &T. Co. 105
Car. Nat. Bk, Col'a.
Bank of Charleston
whole shares.... 100 . 24
Bank Char. ?hs. 50 . 12
Union Bank S. C.. 50 7 ....
People's Bauk S. C. 25 . 5
P. A- M. Bank S. C. 25 . 3
Hunk of Newberry. 25 . 5
Bank of Camden, 50 . 2
MISC Eli. SECU1UTIES.
Char. M. Sc M. Co. 100 .
Wando M. A-M. Co. 100 .
Cbarl'n Gas Co . .. 25 . 23
Ch'n City R. R. st k 50 . 53
Grnniteville M. Co. 500 . 470
G. Sc C. R. cert, iu. 03 .
S. C. R. cert, ind. par
N. E. R. cert, ind. 50 55
City of Charleston
certificate iudebt. 98 par.
Citv Memphis coup. 70 .
N. E. R. pref, stock. 30
S. & U. R. p. d. cou. 51 .
S. & C. R. p. d. cou. 55 .
Sterling bills. 118>4 IIS1 .j
New York sight. par 'jpar
Gold. Ul 113
Silver. 10S 110
S. C. BANK BILLS.
*Bank of Newberry.
Bank of Camden. 40 .
Bank Georgetown. 5 .
Bank of S. C. 5 .
Bank of Chester.. 5 .
Bank of Hamburg. 3 .
Bank of the State of
S. C., prior to'61. 10 .
Bank State of S. C.,
issue 'GI and '62. 10 .
*P. &M. Bk. Char.
^People's Bk Char.
*Union Bank Char.
?S.W.B.R. Bk, old.
Stato Bank, Char. 3 .
Farmers* Ex. B'k C. }.:
Exchange Ba'k, Co. 10 .
Com'l Bank, of Co. 2
Mer. Bank Cheraw. 3 .
Plan. Bank Fairfield. 3 .
S. C. bills roceiv. par
City of Charleston
ton change bills. par
fLess Stock dividend of 20 per cent,
and cash dividend of 6 per cont. jLess
cash dividend of 6 per cont. Securities
moro in demand. Exchange favoring
buyers. Money easier. Bank rates 1 per
cont, a month on stock collaterals. Out?
side rates arbitrary. Bank notes stagnant.
JttetX* Bills marked thus (*) aro being
redeemed ut the bank counters of each.
Ari NF. lot <>t I*iuk-Eye POTATOES, which
1 will sell low tor cash.
A frosh supply of CHACREES, of all kinds,
at KRAFT'S BAKERY,
March ll 0 Main street.
RUSH ELS BROOM CORN SEED, at
JLv/V/ fl.00 per bushel. Thia Seed is cspo
ciallv adapted to this climate, having been
raised here. Apply to S. IL SPENCES.
March ll G Cotton Oin Warehouse.
Stack s Corn Whiskey.
1 March 2 LOWRANCE A CO.
100 Bales Hay.
OR sale low, bv
' Maren J LOWRANCE A CO.
M?BSHALL ft BURGE,
Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRYGOODS
113 UfiOting street,
OHA RLE8TON, S. C.
E. W. MAn8HALL. W. T. BORGE,
TUTE are now receiving our SPRING AND
YT SUMMER 8T0CK
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
To whick we invite tho attention of thc trade.
Ordora entrusted to our caro roccivo prompt
and careful attention.
Pricea guaranteed aa low as any market in
the country. March ll Imo
"Ante Bellum" Prices
THE recent fall in the prico of gold, com?
bined with the groat competition between
Messrs. Stewart and Clatliu, of Now York, (see
PBXBXIX, March 9,) have bad a corresponding
effect upon DItY GOODS, which are now sell?
ing at tho lowest prico they havo reached since
Taking advantage of this, our buyer now in
New York has purchasod largely, and wo aro
prepared to give thc public tho full benefit of
Call and examine our stock, which ia arriv?
ing daily. J. H. St M. L. KINARD.
_ March 10_
To My Friends.
MERCHANTS of South Carolina, I would
say to those who do not propose to visit
New York this spring to purchaeo their stock
of OROCERIES, that I will give my personal
attention to tho careful selection and ship?
ment of any ordora with which they may favor
me. We have the cboicost stock of WINES
and LIQUORS in this market, and the largest
and most varied stock of Groceries, which
will bo sold at prices based on tho low price of
gold, and which defy competition. Very re?
spectfully, Ac, CHARLES H.GILES,
II. K. THURBER & CO.,
Noa. 173 and 175 Chambers street, and '201,
2'Jt? and 298 Greenwich street, Now York.
March 8 j_
PRICE OF JEWELRY,
HAVING just returned "-^.c^^-r*.
from tho North with a SkS^-XSe
largo stock of Gooda, purchased since
tho decline in gold, I am prepared to
sell cheaper and better articles ot
JEWELRY than any ono elso in the
_..citv. Store on Main street, botween
Columbia Hotel building and Cit izena' Savings
Bank. I. 8ULZBACBER.
Biscuit. Crackers, &c.
.? r\ BARRELS and boxes Fresh Crackers,
Oy <ic, just received and for eale low, con
oieting aa follows:
Giuger Schnapps, Ginger Cakes,
Soda Biscuit, Butter Crackers,
Cream Biscuit, Cream Crackers,
Lemon Crackers, Egg Crackers,
And Boxes assorted Faiuilv Crackers
March 0 _J. St T. R. AGNEW.
Vehicles to Hire.
^to hire really nice
T "turn-outs"-B U G -
G IES, CARRIAGES, etc.-eau obtain them
bv giving me a call, on Washington street,
near Main. W. C. ANDERSON.
March 9 fl
PERSONS in want of hrst-class RODS, can
be supplied by leaving their orders at thc
Post Oflico, or at J. W. Smith's tin shop, Plain
street. HAWLEY St CO.
W. D. LOVE. B. B. McCREERY.
W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Still Keep the Wheel in Motion.
ANOTHER Case of those PRINTS, at 12jc.
a yard, just opened.
A nico lot of Spring and Summer DRE'iS
GOODS, at 13c. a yard,
A. nico lot of Spring and Summer Dross
Goods, at 20e. a yard,
A nico lot of Spring and Summer Drc&s
Goods, at 25c. a yard,
A nice lot of Spring and Summer Dress
Goods, at 30c. a yard,
A nico lot of Spring and Summer Dross
Goods, at 37Ac. a yard.
Theso Goods aro worth about doubla what
wo are offering them at, having been bought
latoly in currency for less than they cost to
import in gold.
Roman Neck Ribbons, Bows, Linen Collars
and Cuffs-the latest styles.
Tho now Metternich Pannier MANTLE, just
out for Spring wear. Wo aro tho only House
in Columbia showing this Mantle.
Ladies' White Gored Cnder-skirta, much
below regular prices,
Besides these, tho Storo ia tilled with lots of
other Goods suited to tho wants of tho com- :
muuity, and which tho Ladies say, wo arti
Helling at less priced than they can get them
Call and got Bargains where thev can be got '
at the POPULAR ONE PRICE STORE of
WM. D. LOVE St CO.,
Columbia Hotel Block, Main street.
Wo have oponed two cases of Prints, at 10c.
a yard, worth 12J. Marcho
Gnano in Abundance.
THE undersigned Agents for tho salo of
Messrs. Wilcox, Gibba St Co.'s GUANOS,
viz: tho genuino imported Pheonix Island, tho '
GUANO SALT and PLASTER, and tho well
establishsd manipulated GUANO, aro ready I
to receive, and now propared to ii!!, orders to 1
any extent, deliverable at any point on cither
ol' th?; railroads. Call nt our office and get
pamphlets containing description, certificate,
xe, of thoir superiority. Call soon; though
uow abundant, tho supply might, with the
present pressing demand, grow short.
March 1 [? CHAMBERS .V BRYCE.
O ?\n?\\ POUNDS O? BACON STRIPS
?.V/UU and Breast Pieces,
."> casks Davis' Sugar-Cured Hams,
25 bids., half-bids, and kegs Leaf L.ir 1,
:1i)0 lbs. Mutton flams. For sa!?- by
Feb 20 EDWARD HOPE.
10,000 Bushels Oats.
IT^OR sale bv
I March 2 LOWRANCE & CO.
Broom Corn Seed.
FOB aale by
March 2 LOWRANCE V. CO
K O S K O O !
The Great Reputation
Which KOSKOO has attained in all parts
of tho country,
As a Great and Good Medicine,
And tho largo numbers of testimonials
which are constantly bring received from
Physicians, and persons ?e/io hate BEEN CURED
by its use, is CONCLUSIVE rnoor of its REMARK
AS A BLOOD PURIFIER
IT HAS NO EQUAL,
I BF.I?JO, POSITIVELY,
The Mo3t Powerful Vegetable Alterative
DISEASES OF THE BLOOD. ?
"The lifo of tho flesh is in (ho blood," ia a
Scriptural maxim that Scienco proves to be
true. The peopla talk of bad blood as tho
cause of many diseases, and. like many popu?
lar opinions, this of bad blood ia founded in
Tho symptoms of bad blood are usually
quito plain. Bad digestion causes imperfect
nutrition, and, consequently, the circulation
is feeble, the soft tissues l?ao thoir tono and
elasticity, and tho tongue becomes palo,
broad and frequently covered with a pasty
white coat. This condition soon shows itself
in roughness of tho skin, then in ERUPTIVE and
ULCERATIVE diseases, and, when long conti?
nued, results iu serious lesions of the Brain,
Liver, Lungs or Urinary Apparatus. Much,
very much, suffering is caused by impure
blood. It is estimated by some that one-lift h
of tho human family aro affected with Scrofula
in sumo form.
When the Blood ia pure, j ou aro not so liable
to any disease. Mauv impurities of the Blood
arise from impure diseases of large cities.
Eradicate every impurity from the fountain of
life, and good spirits, fair skin aud vital
strength will return to you.
LIVER INVIG ORA TOR!
Seing tile Only Known Medicine
That EFFICIENTLY stimulates and CORRECTS
tho hepatic secretions and functional DERANGE?
MENTS of tho LIVER, WITHOUT DEBILITATING
the system. While it acts freely upon the
Liver, instead of copious purging, it gradually
changes the dischargea to a perfectly natural
Symptoms of Liver Complaint ami of
some of those Diseases produced by it:
A sallow or yellow color of the skin, or yel?
lowish-brown spots on the face and other parts
of thc body; dullness and drowsiness, some?
times hoadache; bitter or bad tasto in tho
mouth, internal beat; in many cases a dry,
teasing cough; unsteady appetite; sometimes
sour stomach, wit,a a raising of tho food; a
bloatod or full feeling about tho stomach and
sides; aggravating pains in the sides, back or
breast, and about the shoulders; constipation
of the hovels; piles, flatulence, coldness of
the extremities, Ac.
""ESL O S X5L O O ?
Is a remedy of Wonderful Efficacy in tho 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 surely. Tho Relief which it affords is both
certain and perce?>'ible.
DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS AND
Persons unacquainted with the structure I
and functions of t he Kidnoys, cannot estimate I
the importance ol their healthy actioti.
Regular and sufficient action ol the Kidneys i
is as important, nay, even more so, than reg'u
larity of the bowels. Tho Kidneys remove I
from*the Blood those effete matters which, if
permitted to remain, would speedily destroy
life. A total suspension of tho urinary dis?
charges will occasion death from thirty-six to
When the Urine is voided in small quanti?
ties at tho time, or when there is a disposition
to Urinate more frequently than natural, or
when tho Urine ia high colored or scalding,
with weakness in tho small of tho back, it
should not bo tritlod with or delayed, but
Koskoo should be taken ut onco to remedy the
difficulty, before a lesion of tho organs takes
place. Most of tho diseases of tho Bladder
originate from those of the Kidneys, the Urine
being imperfectly secreted in tho Kidneys, |
provo irritating to the Bladder and Urinary j
passages. When wo recollect that medicine i
never reaches the Kidneys except through the
general circulation of tho Blood, we see how
necessary it is to keep the Fountain of Life 1
Mceti with great success in the cure of
Diseases of Nervous System.
Almost nino-tentha of our people suffer from
nervous exhaustion, and aro, therefore, liable
to its concomitant evils of mental depression,
confused ideas, softening of tho brain, insani?
ty, and comploto breaking down of tho general ,
health. Thousands aro s uffering to-day with
broken-down nervoua systems, and, unfortu
nately, tobacco, alcohol, lal o hours, over-work,
(mental and physical,) aro causing diseases,
of the nervous system to increase at a fearful
Tho symptoms to which lineases of the ner?
vous system givo rise, may be stated as fol?
lows: A dull, hoavy fooling in thc hoad, some?
timos moro or loss severo pain or headache;
Periodical Headache, Dizziness, Noises or
Ringing in tho Head; Confusion of Ideas:
Temporary Loss of Memory; Dejection ot
Spirits; Starting during Sleep: Bad Iiromne;
Hesitation in Answering l/ucations; Dullness
of Hearing; Twitching of the Paco and Arms,
Ac, which, if not promptly treated. lead to
Paralysis, Delirium, insanity, Impotency,
Apoplexy, .Vc, Ac
Is NOT a secret quack remedy. FORMULA
arn'ind each buttle. Ilocommended l>y the best
Physicians, eminent Divines, Editors, Drug?
;??r'td. Merchants, .Ve.
The Ur.it unil ilost Popular Pled lc In?
PREPARED ONLY DY
J. J. LAWKENCE, M. D.,
ORGANIC CHEMlk r,
Laboratory and Office, No.fi Kain street,
PH3CE, OSE DOLLAR. PKR BOTTLE.
For .*a!o 07 Druggist* overv*hero.
Feb 2C Crao
Sale of the Laurens Railroad
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
8TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COLOMBIA, January 26, 1870.
THE undersigned, having been appointed
Receiver of the Laurens Railroad Com?
pany, in the said State, and having duly qual?
ified for said office, notice is hereby given that,
pursuant to orders heretofore passed in the
Court of Common Pleas for Laurens County,
in the said Stato, I will sell to tho highest
bidder, at public auction, tho property oz the
Baid Laurens Railroad Company, described as
follows : Tho Railroad of the said Company,
running from Newberry village to Laurone
villo, including the road-bid, 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
aud other materials uaed on the same, and
all and singular the several bridges, viaduct?
culverts, fences, depot grounds ana building?
thereon, station-houses, work-shops, engines,
tenders, cara, tools, materials and machinery,
equipments and appurtenances of every kind,
and all tho 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 Laurena
Railroad Company, and all franchises, rights
and privileges of the said Laurens Railroad
Company, of, in, to, or concerning the sams.
And upon such sale all equity or redemption
in the said premises shall be forever barred
and absolutely foreclosed. ,
The said salo shall take place at iht State
House, in tho city of Columbia, Sonth 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 say, $ 12 OOO cash, and the
residuo iu six per cent.'coupon bonds of tbs
State of South Carolina at par, or in private
bonds, payable in one, two and three years,
bearing interest at tho rate of seven per cont,
per annum, payablo semi-annually, with as?
sured personal security and mortgage of tho
premises. GEORGE W. WATERMAN,
Jan 27 Rcceivor Laurens R. R. Co.
WHITE GOODS !
Brilliants, Brocade, India Twill,
Tape Stripes and Chocks, Satin Stripes,
Victoria and Bishop Lawns,
Nainsook and India Mull, Jaconets,
Swiss Mull, Bird-Eye Diaper, Linen Lawn,
Hamburg Edgings and Insert in gs.
Linen Edgings and Insertings,
Swiss Edgings and Insertings,
Lace Collars, Real and Imitation,
Linen Collars and Cutis,
Doylies and Napkins,
Huckaback and Damask Towels,
Ladies' Frilled Skirts.
Au assortment of light Prints and Lawns,
for the coming season.
Bleached aud Brown Homespuns, Ac.
Just received from New York.
Feb 20_ C. P. JACKSON.
To trte Working Claaa.-Wo aro now pre?
pared to furnish all classes with constant em?
ployment at homo, the whole of tho time or
for the sparc moments. Business new, light
and profitable. Persons of either sex easily
earn from 50c. to ?5 per evening, and a pro?
portional sum by devoting their whole time to
tho business. Boys and girls carn nearly as
much as men. That all who soe this notice
may sond their address, and test the business,
we make this unparalleled offer: To such as
are not well satisfied, we will sond $1 to pay
for the troublo of writing. Full particulars,
a valuable sample, which will do to commence
work on, and a copy ot The People's Literary
Companion-one of tho largest and best fami?
ly newspapers published-all sent free by mail.
Reader, ir you want permanent, profitable
work, addre'ss E. C. ALLEN A CO., Augusta,
Maine. March 10 ? }:iaio
fi. & W. C. SWAFF1ELD.
Our stock of CLOTHING and HATS will be
sold at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, untU
tho close of Cue season. Our stock ia still com?
plete, and we are constantly adding to it
NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS.
Wo have a number of
Ladies' Traveling Trunks,
Which will ho so'.d at cost. They aro new and
of the best manufacture
In Cheap Black and Fancy SATTINET
SUITS, wo eau still supply our Jobbing Trade.
DICKSONS IMPROVED COTTON SEED.
G1 ROWN from Seed purchased directly of
r Mr. David Dickson, in 18(17. and carefully
preserved from mixiug or adulteration with
I will deliver tho Seed, sacked in good order,
at the Louisville Depot. South Carolina Rail?
road, at $2.00 per bushel, for any amount un?
der 5 bushels, or at 11.50 per bushel, for all
amounts in excess of 5 bushels.
A. P. AMAKER, St. Matthew's, S. C.
I respectfully refer to the below named gen?
tlemen, who purchased Seed of me laatapring,
for information touching tho purity and supo
riorityol the Seed, to wit: Hon. T. J. Good?
wyn, Dr. A. R. Taber, Fort Motto; P. M. Hou?
ser, Esq., and Wm. Faulling, Esq., St. Mat?
thew's ; L. It. Beckwith, Esq., Jamison's; and
Captain F. H. W. Briggmann and W, B. Muller,
Esq., Oran gobur g Court House ; all cf Orange
burg County. S. C. Feb ll Smo*
To the Public in Genera!.
IHATE better COTTON SEED than any
man who advertise* Seed for salo. Minc
(a tho improved BOYD PROLIFIC, which ex?
cels any other. The price is $2.50 per bushel.
Aa examination ol my proofs will bo convinc?
ing. 1 refer toJocob H. Wella and J. D. Hitt.
Call aii'l look at tho growth, iu Butcher Town.
Dee 3 N. POPE.
PLANTING and'for table nae:
Early Rose, Earlv Goodrich, Pink-eyo.
I'each Slow, Chili Red.
For sale b; GEO. 9Y MME RS.