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LONDON, March 18.-The agents of the
American line of steamships positively
deny by letter to the House of Commons
the over-loadiug of the Qity of Boston.
The new Irish bill is very strict, in?
volving two years' hard labor for carry?
ing arms contrary to law. Gladstone
said that two Fenian prisoners had cer?
tainly gone mad. He said that amnesty
to Fenians was untimely in tho presence
of continued violence.
LiivEitrooL,, March 18.-The missing
steamer Santana was sigoslled by a pass?
ing vessel; she wanted no assistance,
though disabled, expeoting to renou
Cape Clear to-day.
SOUTHAMPTON, March 18.-The Ba?
varia, from New Orleans, tonohed here
to-day. Vessels arriving from London
report continuous winds from North*
west, with dense fogs.
WASHINGTON, Maroh 18.-Among the
private bills originating in tho House, is
one from the Pacific Railroad Commit?
tee to incorporate the Kansas, Missouri
and Texas Railroad Company. The
Reconstruction Committee had pro?
longed their session over Tennessee;
the result has not; transpired.
The Judioiary Committee, except
Rice, are unanimous against seating
Ames as Senator from Mississippi.
Kellog, in the Senate, introduced a
joint resolution, directing the Secretary
of the Treasury, within six months, to
transfer the mint, lands and buildings
to the oity of New Orleans.
The President is preparing a message
about sending troops to Tennessee.
Morton's amendment to the Georgia
bill, authorizing the militia to be called
. out, was adopted-v-the debate being very
lu the Senate, Conkling, from the
Judioiary Committee, reported adversely
to Ames, on the ground of non-citizen?
ship, which was ordered to be printed.
Bill for the improvement of the Cape
Fear River was discussed. A resolution
looking to a survey for a ship canal
across Tehuantepeo was also discussed.
Georgia was resumed. Wilson offered
an amendment, making the tenure of the
present Legislature date from January,
1870. Schurz favored Bingham's amend?
ment, and spoke severely against tho
proposition to extend beyond the legal
tenure. Adjourned to Monday.
The House devoted the morning hour
to the District and Patents, when the
tariff was resumed. Tho House meets
to-morrow for debate only.
The amount of currency iu the Trea?
sury is $7,750,000.
The Ways and Means Committee visit?
ed the Treasury for the purpose of con?
sulting with the officials concerning the
General Bennet, ex-reveuue supervisor
for North and South Carolina, was ar?
rested in Iowa, to-day, and will be taken
to Raleigh. He is charged with conspi?
racy to defraud the Govornmeut.
Twelve negro members of tho Georgia
Legislature visited Colfax to-day. He
stated that he did not believe the present
Georgia Legislature could perpetuate
itself. His sympathies, howover, were
in favor of the freedmen in the enjoy?
ment of their rights.
The President was at tho Capitol yes?
terday, favoring the acquisition of San
? ? .
RICHMOND, March 18.-This afternoon,
Gen. Cunby interfered iu the municipal
troubles by sending a guard of soldiers
and raising the siege at tho lower station
house and giving free egress and ingress
to all having business there. This action,
he says, has no reference to the ques?
tion of the mayoralty, but is taken pure?
ly as a precaution against any acts of
disorder or violence, and is applauded
by the friends of Canoon, but wus pro?
tested against by Ellyson us au unwar?
rantable interference with the civil law
of the State. When the military took
possession of the station-house, Mayor
Ellyson's polico left, and, being ricked
by the crowd of colored mou, chu ged
them. About fifty shots were fired, aud
two or three colored men wounded. ^Af
fairs have since quieted down. To-mor?
row, both Mayors will have a police firce
on the streets, and hold independent
courts. Trouble is apprehended, the
Council is in session to-night, consider?
ing what is to be done.
The City Council, to-night, pnssedon
ordinance abolishing the station houles
now in the hands of Gaboon's polite,
and authorizing Mayor Ellyson to till
out the fire brigades as police, pledgitg j
the city to pay all special police sworn in
by Ellyson; authorizing the City Coirt
to bo hold in the City Hall, and pledg?
ing Mayor Ellyson the earnest suppott
of the Council in his efforts to main tali
the peace of the city against the lawleb
men conspiring against it. The oity b
quiet this evening. Tho casualties of tis
day have been one man killed and thrq
wounded. Cahoon had his headquarter!
at the lower station houso, where th?
military guard is. Ellyson's headquar?
ters aro at tho City Hull. Ellyson's po
lice patrol tho city to-night.
No ono need be surprised if Whitte
moro is returned to Congress. Bad nt
ho is, ho is probably no worse than nine
tenths cf the voters in his district, when
suffrage is pretty much confined to '"rag
tag and bobtail." Io South Carolin:
"universal suffrage" means tho en fran
chisoment of the ignorance and tho dis
franchisement of tho intelligence of tin
Stato. Tho ballot-box is actually dragger
in tho mud; and there is no such tin nj
as responsibility among tho electors.
Whittemorn is a typo of thc prevailing
system. If ho were a better mau In
would not have got iuto Congress in tin
iirat place. Hut, having proved Ilium*]
a scoundrel, his re-election by au in
creased majority would seem to bo ar
inevitable consequence of radical polio;
and logic. -T.o'iisrillf Courier-Journal.
" COLUMBIA, ' Mnroh 18. -There h as been
vorj little cotton orri vin g in our city
duriig tb9 past week, and tho calca have
been exnalL We qnote eales as follows:
1 bale avl5!,<; 1 at 16; 1 at 17 V?: % at
18; 1 at A at 10; 12 at 19? j; 6 at
NK,W YOBS, March 18-Noon.-8tooks
unsettled. Money . active, at 6. Ex?
change-long 8??; short 8%. Gold 11%.
Bonds 9^4'. Tennessee's, ex-coupon, 57 }?;
new 49^6; Virginia's, ex-eoupon, 73%;
new70; Louisiana's, old, 75new 72;
levee6's 75>?; 8's34>?; Alabama 8's 94;
5's 69; Georgia O's 84; 7's 93; North
Carolina's, old 46; sew 23; South Caro?
lina's, old, 87}ri; new 82,'.<. Flour
dull and declining. Wheat dull and
in buyers favor. Corn a shade firmer.
Pork firmer-mess 26.00. Lard sternly,
14@14>? for steam. Cotton firmer
middling uplands 2S}?. Freights duli
7 P. M.-Cotton olosed dull and
heavy, at 23}?. Flour-superfine State
4.50(3i4.65; common to fair extra South
ern firstname.lastname@example.org. Whett slightly favors
buyers. Corn scarce ?nd lo. better
mixed Western 98. Pork a shade firmer,
at 26.09. Lard steady-kettle 14>?@15.
Freights drooping. Cotton-steam 9!4
(a l-l G. Gold olosed steady, at 12,?u'.
Southern's generally firm.
BA LT iii oin:, March 18.-Cotton 22.
Flour dull. Wheat quiet-Pennsylvania
red 1.21(a) 1.20; ohoice Maryland 1.35@
1.40. Corn quiet-white 92; yellow 92.
Shoulders 12. Lard 15@16. Whiskey 97.
HI CINCINNATI, March 18.-Corn heavy.
Whiskey 91. Provisions dull and prices
generally easier. Lard held at l i
LOUISVILLE, March 18.-Mess pork
26.50. Shoulders ll??. Whiskey 92.
ST. LOUTS, Marob 18.-Corn firm.
Whiskey firmer, at 92@93.
NKW ORLEANS, March 18.-Cotton
firmer, holders asking higher rates
middlings 22??@23; :net receipts of the
week 19,289 bales; stock 206,782.
MOBILE, March 1$.-Cotton in good
demand and prices advanced-middlings
22%@23; receipts to-day 932 bales
sales 1,150; receipts of the week, 3,660;
SAVANNAH, March 18.-Cotton active
-middlings 23; receipts 1,031 bales;
sales 800; receipts of the week 6,478;
sales 2.500; stock 52,480.
CHARLESTON, March 18.-Cotton firm
-middlings 22?t?; sales of the week
2,050 bales; receipts to-day 243; stock
PARIS, March 18--The Bourse opened
firm-rentes 73f. and 75c.
LONDON, March 18-Noon.-Consols
93. Bonds 91.
LIVERPOOL, March 18-Noon.-Cot?
ton buoyant-uplands 11(2?'ll1?; Orleans
llj&C&llii; sales 13,000 bales; sales of
the week 60,000; export 5,000; specula?
tion 5,000; receipts 62,000, whereof
American is 32,000; stock 295,000; Ame?
rican 111,000; afloat 447,000, of which
320,000 is American. Yarns and fubrics
at Manchester firmer, and batter prices
WHOLESALE PRICKS CUK?RNT,
CORRECTED WEEKLY BT TUE HOARD OF TRADE. '
APPLES, tyoxx.l 25? l 50 Lu?, ty bbl. 2 0U&2 75
UAOoiNQ.Ouuuy 26@28 MoLA8SEs,Cuha,50?55
Dundee ty yd 30?82 New Ori'nBl 00? 1 10
DALE ROPE, Marni,C$26 Sugar H'8e..75?l 00
N.Y.orWea$dM0@15 NAILS, ty kcg5 50?f> 75
BUTTER, Northern (jj50 ONIONS. *?)bugl 75?2 00
Country, ty lb.25?35 OIL, Kerosene,g ?0?70
IIACON. llama...22?21 Machinery_75?1 21
Bi doa, ty lb_16? 18 SPECIE, Gold ? 1 10
Shoulders ... 14?16 Silver. ?jjl OG
BRICKS, %?l,00? . .9?12 POTAT'S, Iris 1 50?l 75
CANDLES, Si>erm40?70 Sweet, bun (3172
Adamautinc tt>21@25 BICE, Carolinalb8??l(j
Tallow.19?22 SHOT, $bag. 3 00?3 16
COTTON YARNI 85@1 ?0 HALT, Liverp.2 50?2 CO
CorroN.Strict Md? 21 SOAP, ty?>,.7J@10
Middling ... 19(g) SriniTs, Aloobol,gl7 ( 0
LowMiill'g, 18? Brandy . .1 00? 12 00
QoodOrduy, 17? HolludGin.5 00?7 00
Ordinary... 14? American..2 08@3 GO
CHEESE, K.D.Ib. 23?25 Jam. ltum.6 00?7 GO
factory.19@24 N.E. "..2 00@3 5<)
COFFEE, itio, ^Dil8@22 Bo. Whisky 3 50?4 00
Laguayra_2C@28 Monoughla250@4 08
Java.30?32 Rectified.. 1 35@1 50
FLOUR, Co. 9 00?1000 SUOAR, Crus'd, 17?10
Northorn.6 00?ll 00 Powdored... 16?17
GRAIN, Corn 1 35?1 40 Brown.12@10
Wheat.... 160?2 00 STAUCH, ty lb... 9J@10
Oats.100@110 TEA, Green lb 100?250
Peas.1 75?2 00 Black, .... 1 00? 1 08
HAY, North, tyewt.2 00 TOBACCO, Chw.60@l CO
Eastern. Smoking, lb. .50?1 ll
SIDES,Dry, %3lbl2J?l8 VINEOAU, Wiuc,.70@70
INDIOO, Caro.. .1?1 25 French_1 25@150
LARD. ty\b.20(322 WINE, Cham.25?32 05
LUMDER, Bds 100 f.l 50 I Port, %}gal300?5 00
Scantling. 150 1 8herry_3 50?600
Shinglo8,$U000..2 75 | Madeira.. .2 50?802
IMMIGRATION.-Referring to Dr. Tur
nipseed's views on this subject, the
Charleston News says:
"This plan deserves consideration, es?
pecially by the State Institute and the
State Agricultural and Mechanical Soci?
ety. It is plain and apparently practi?
cable. Wo confess that the scheme of
tho Phoenix correspondent is not com?
plete in every respect. There are matters
connected with the accommodation of
immigrant land-buyers wbioh are not
discussed. It is, however, something to
begin with; something towards a mature
aud practical scheme for the encourage?
ment of European immigration. From
the State Government we expect no as?
sistance. Tho work must be done by the
farmers and merchants of the State.
Upon them the whole burdon will fall,
and they will reap tho benefit. After
. tho redemption of tho State from a cor
I ju pt and profligate rule, the work of ini
- migration is tho most important tusk
i that lies beiore us, aud thu sooner wo
- hegin it, tho better for South Carolina
i I ind tho whole Southern people."'
SHOOK LIE.-The "consummation do
wutly to bo wished," iii "something too
i nell of this" melody, hus at lust from
'Confusion wor.-e confounded" como out
nAplain and clear asa morning star. The
aithor of "Shoof Lie" isCaptaiu Henry
Burden, of tho Twcnty-niuth Precinct
Pities-the champion single-handed liar
ofimoriua. -New York Democrat.
decrees of divorco wore granted
in fte St. Louis Circuit Court ou Thurs?
? LATEST QUOTATIONS OF SOUTHESK SE
OUBITXKS m QHARIIWBTOW, 8.C-Correoted,
semi-weeklV, by A. 0. Kaufman, Broker,
No. 25 Broad street-Marob 18, 1870;
flames of Securities. Kaie In. Offer'd Asked.
North Carolina, old 6 ...... .47
N. Carolina, new.. 6 . 21
Sooth Carolina, old 6 85 " ......
S. Carolina, new.6 80)? .
S. 0. reg. stk, ex in 6 76 .
Georgia, old. 7 . 86
Georgia, new. 7 ...... 94
Georgia. 6 . 84
Tennessee, old- 6 . 60
Tennessee, new... 6 . 60
Alabama. 8 . 91%
Alabama. 6 . 71
Atlanta, Ga., bonds 8 . 87
Auguata,Ga. bonds 7 . 84
Charleston stock. . 6 55 .
Ohar'nFireLnbds 7 . 75
Columbia,S.C.,bds 6 . 70
Columbus, Go.,bds 7 . 82
Macon, Ga., bonds 7 . 78
bonds, endorsed. 6 65 .
bonds, unend's'd 6 . 53
Savannah, Ga.,bds 7 83 85
Wilmington, N. G. 8 71 73
Wilmington, N. C. 6 58 60"
Atlantic and Gulf. 7 76 80
B. R... first mort.. 7 50 .
Central Georg'a... 7 96 99
Charleston and Sa. 6 60 .
C. , C. A A. 7 . 90
Cheraw and Dorl'n 7 . 80
Georgia Railroad. 7 95 100
G. & G., 1st mor.. 7 80 .
G. kC, State guar 7 68 .
Memphis & Charles 7 82 85
N. Eastern p'st duo 7 85 .
N. Eastern, new... 8 .
Sav. & C., 1st mort 7 . 80
S. & G., State guar 7 65 -
South Carolina_ 7 . 83
South Carolina_ 6 . 75
Spart'g and Union. 7 54 ....
BAILBOAD 8TOCK8. Par.
Atlantic and Gulf. 100 37 40
Central Ga., ex div 100 . 117
C., C. AA.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. & Charleston. 100 . 30
S. C., whole shares 1?? . 40
S. C., half shares, .50 22 _
HAN Iv STOCKS.
capital ?500,000. 100 103 _
Jlst Nat Bk Char'u
capital S400,<!00. 100 . Ill
S. C. Loan A T. Co. 105
Car. Nat. Bk, Col'a.
Bank of Charleston
whole shares.... 100 . 2
?Bank Char. >.i shs. 50 . 1!
Union Bauk S. C.. 50 7
I People's Bank S. C. 25 . I
P. A M. Bank S. C. 25 .
Bank of Newberry. 25 .
Bank of Camden, 50 .
Others worth less.
Char. M. & M. Co. 100 .
Wando M. AM. Co. 100 .
Charl'n Gas Co... 25 . 2
Ch'nCityR.R.st'k 50 . E
Grauitevillo M. Co. 500 . 47
G. & C. R. cert, iu. 65
S. C. R. cert, ind.
N. E. R. cert, ind. 50 f
City of Charleston
certificate iudebt. 98 ]
City Memphis coup. 70
N. E. R. pref, stock. i
S. & U.R. p. d. cou. 54 ..
S. AC. R. p. d. cou. 62
Sterling bills. 120 li
New York sight. i?off h
Gold. Ill 1
Silver. 108 1
S. O. BANK BILLS.
I *Bank Charleston.
*Bank of Newberry.
Bank of Camden. 50
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. 45
Bank State of S. C.,
issue '61 and '62. 12
*P.&M. Bk. Char.
?People's Bk Char.
*Union Bank Char.
*S.W.R.R. Bk, old.
State 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 receiv.
City of Charleston
ton change bills.
fLess Stock dividend of 20 per
and cash dividend of 6 per cont,
cash dividend of 6 per cent. Seco
more in demand. Exchange fav
buyers. Money easier. Bank ratee
cent, a month on stock collaterals,
sido rates arbitrary. Hunk notes star.
JD?** Bills marked ?hus (*) are
redeemed at tho bank counters of <
To all Whom it May Concern
HAMBURG, 8. C., JANUARY 16,
"TEEING appointed and commissioned
I J3 Receiver of tho Hamburg Bank, a
nea having transactions with said Ba
communicate with FRANK AR
Feb ft _
Tobacco ! Tobacco '.!
fji\ B0XF.8 COMMON TOBACCO,
I ll figures.
30 boxes Fair Chewing Tobacco.
4 boxes Extra Rock City Chowing To
4 boxes Commonwealth Chewing Tot
10 boxes Rose Bud Chewing Tobacco
JHIY20 JOHN C. 8EF.G
HAVING disposed or all my WU 18
Messrs. B. Stenhouse, E. Hope, ai
raneo A Co., I would recommend roy
to them to got supplied, a? I have sold
auv otb- r pal 'y ?mee my distillery wan
Marali 2 W. H. 87
Dry Goods bought at
Panic Gold Sates In
New York, Philadel
Price them and be as?
tonished, and then buy
O. F. JACKSON.
"Ante Bellum" Prices
THE recent fall in tho price of gold, com?
bined with tho great competition between
Mesara. Stewart and Olaflin, of New Tork, (see
PHOENIX, March 9,) have bad a corresponding
effect npon DRY QOODS, which are now sell?
ing at tho lowest price they have, reachedsinco
Taking advantage of thia, our buyer now in
New York has purchasod largely, and we aro
prepared to give the public the full benefit of
Gall and examino our stock, which is arriv?
ing daily. J. H. A M. L. KINARD.
MARSHALL & BURGE,
Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DM GOODS
143 Meeting atreet,
OHABLE8TON, S. C.
E. W. MAB8UAI.L. W. T. BU?OE.
WE are now receiving our SPRING AND
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
To which we invite tho attention of tho trade.
Ordora entrusted to our care receive prompt
and careful attention.
Prices guaranteed aa low aa any market in
tho country. March ll Imo
W. D. LOVE. B. B. McCREERY.
W. D. LOVE Si CO.
Still Keep.the Wheel in Motion.
ANOTHER Caae of thoao PRINTS, at 12Jc.
a yard, juat openod.
A nico lot of Spring and Summer DIU' jS
GOODS, at 15c. a yard,
A nico lot of Spring and Summer Dresa
Gooda, at 20c. a yard,
A nico lot of Spring and Summer Drees
Goods, at 25c. a yard,
A nice lot of Spring and Summer Dreaa
Gooda, at 30c. a yard,
A nico lot of Spring and Summer Dross
Goods, at 374c a yard.
These Gooda are worth about double what
we are offering thom at, having been bought
lately in currency for IOBB than they coat to
import in gold.
Roman Nock Ribbon* Bows, Linen Collars
and Cufia-tho latent st vies.
The new Metternich Pannier MANTLE, juat 1
ont for Spring wear. We aro tho only House
in Columbia allowing thia Mantle.
Ladies* White Gored Undor-skirts, much
below regular pricea,
Besidea these, the Storo ia filled with lota of
other Gooda suited to tho wanta of tho com?
munity, aud which tho Ladiea say, we are
Bolling at leas pricea than they can get them
Call and pot Bargaina where they can bc got
at tho POPULAR ONE PRICE STORE of
WM. D. LOVE A CO.,
Columbia Hotel Block, Main atreet.
We have opened two caaea of PrintB, at 10c.
a yard, worth 12|. March 5
DICKSONS IMPROVED COTTON SEED.
ROWN from Seed purchased directly of
VIT Mr. David Dickson, in 1867, and carefully
preserved from mixing or adulteration with
I willdolivor tho Seed, Backed in good order,
at tho Louisville Depot, South Carolina Rail?
road, at $2.00 per bushel, for any amount un?
der 5 buahcla, or at (1.50 ncr buabel, for all
amounta in excess of 5 bushels.
A. P. AMAKER, St. Matthew's, S. C.
I respectfully refer to tho below named gen?
tlemen, who purchased Seed of me last spring,
for information touching tho purity and supe?
riority of tho Seed, to wit: Hon. T. J. Good?
wyn, Dr. A. R. Taber, Fort Motte; P. M. Hou?
ser, Esq., and Wm. Panlling, Esq., St. Mat?
thew's; E. R. Beckwith, Eaq., Jamison's; and
Captain F. H. W. Briggmann and W. B. Muller,
Esq., Orangeburg Court Houao ; all cf Orange
burg County, S. C. Feb ll 3mo*
To the Public.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY
#?fT3^???)inform the citizens of Columbia
\V~i *S?liri(* Burroundmg country go
Jouerai ly, that I have resumed my
?8S*>??iSB**old Business again, after a lapae
of twentv years, engaged in the manufacture
of Iron, I ara again back at my first Busineaa,
that of WATCH, CLOCK ANO JEWELRY
where a full Stock of all Gooda bopt in a Firat
Claaa Establishment can befonnd. I shall use
my beat endeavors to give satisfaction to all.
I hop? to receive a abare of patronage. I shall
keep First Claas Workmen, and all work en
trnated to mo will bo warranted.
Nov6 WILLIAM GLAZE.
A JjSU ~ > THE Bubacriber, having pur
Uhn^tk^Jkmi chased the large and comino
A>CKBB^K_ 'hons building known us the
Bt?ESfMB?- GREENWOOD HOTEL, is
i prepared to entertain tho traveling public.
Tho house is situated iu full view of and con?
venient to tho depot, and busiuess portion of
the town. The rooms are large, neatly and
newly furnish* d. Thc table will be constantly
supplied with every delicacy the market af
forda, and thc hotel is in every way equal to,
if it docs not surpass any, in tho tip count ry.
In connection with this hotel ia a first class
Livery Stable. Conveyances of all kinds on
hand for hire. T. F. RILEY, Proprietor.
O BEEN WOOD. S. C.. March 1*2 Imo
THE CAROLINA HOUSE,
uiiiiAnn HARRY. Proprietor,
I M conveniently located and easily ac?
; Mtv cessible from Main street, being on Wasb
ington, near Sumter. The very best of
I LIQUORS alwa\8 on hand. Tem aud Jerry,
Flip, Hot Punches, and other winter bev6<
? rage*, prepared at "hort nnt;,'e Nor *V)
The Great Reputation
Which KOSEOO hun attained in all parts
of the country,
As a Great and Good Medicine,
And the large numbers of testimonials
which are constantly being received from
Physicians, and persona who have BEEN CUBED
by ita uae, ia CONCLUSIVE PROOF of ita BBHARK
AS A BLOOD PURIFIER
IT H A3 NO EQUAL,
The Most Po werf a l Vegetable Alterative
. Yet diacoverod.
DISEASES OF THE BL O OD.
"The life of tho flesh ia in the blood," is a
8oriptural maxim that Science proves to bo
true. Tho people talk of bad blood aa tho
causo of many diseases, and, like many popu?
lar opinions, thia of bad blood is founded in
The aymptoma of bad blood are usually
quite plain. Bad digestion canaea imperfect
nutrition, and, consequently, the circulation
ia feeble,.the soft tissues lose their tone and
elasticity, and the tongue becomes pale,
broad and frequently covered with a pasty
white coat. Thia condition soon shows itaolf
in roughness of the akin, then in BBUPTIVB and
ULCERATIVE dlseaeoB, and, when long conti?
nued, resulte in eeriooa lesions of the Brain,
Liver, Lungs or Urinary Apparatus. Much,
very much, Buffering ia canned by impure
blood. It ia estimated by some that one-lift, h
of tho human family aro affected with Scrofula
in aomo form.
When the Blood ia pure, you are not BO liable
to any disease Many impurities of tho Blood
ariae from impure diseases of large cities.
Eradicate every impurity from the fountain of
life, and good spirits, fair skin and vita)
strength will return to you.
S O S X O O I
LIVER 1NV IG ORATOR!
Being the Only Known Medicine
That EFFICIENTLY stimulates and CORRECTS
the hepatic secretions and functional DERANOE
MENTS of tho LIVER, WTTUOUT DEBILITATING
the system. While it acta freely upon the
Liver, instead of copious purging, it gradually
changes tho discharges to a perfectly natural
Symptoms of Liver Complaint and of
some of those Diseases produced by it:
A sallow or yellow color of the skin, or yoi
lo wish-brown spots on the face and other parts
of the body; dullness and drowsiness, some?
times hoadaohe; bitter or bad taste in tho
I mouth, internal heat; in many cases a dry,
teasing cough; unsteady appetite; sometimes
sour stomach, with a raising of the food; a
bloated or full feeling about the stomach and
sides; aggravating pains in the eidea, back or
i breast, and about the shoulders; constipation
of the bowela; piles, flatulence, coldness of
the extremities, ?Vc.
X5L ?T3 & 2BEL O O !
Is 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 surely. Tho Relief which it affords is botli
certain and perceptible.
, DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS AND
Persons unacquainted willi the Btructuro
and functions of the Kidneys, cannot estimate
the importance ot their healthy action.
Regular and sufficient action of tho Kidneys
is as important, nay, even more so, than regu?
larity of tho bowels. Tho Kidneys remove
from tho Blood thoao effete matters which, if
permitted to remain, would speedily destroy
life. A total suspension of the urinary dis?
charges will occasion doath from thirty-six tc
When the Urine is voided in small quanti?
ties at tho time, or when there is a disposition
to Urinato moro frequently than natural, or
when tho Urine is high colored or scalding,
with weakness in tho small of the bark, it
should not be trilled with or delayed, but
Koskoo should be taken at once to remedy tho
difficulty, boforo a lesion of tho organs takes
place. Most of tho diseases of tho Bladder
originate from those of tho Kidneys, tho Urine
being imperfectly secreted in tho Kidneys,
prove irritating to tho Bladdor and Urinary
passages. When we recollect that medicino
never roaches the Kidneys excopt through tho
general circulation of tho Blood, wo see how
necessary it is to keep tho Fountain of Life
Meet) with great success in the cure of
Diseases of Nervous System.
Almost ii inc-tent hs of our people suffer from
nervous exhaustion, and ara, therefore, liable
to its concomitant evils of mental depression,
confused ideas, softening of the brain, insani?
ty, and complete breaking down of the general
health. Thousands are Buffering to-day with
hroken-down nervous ay s tum?, and, unfortu?
nately, tobacco, alcohol, late hours, over-work,
(mental and physical, ) aro causing diseases
of the nervous system to increase at a fearful
The symptoms to which diseases of the ner?
vous system give riso, may be stated as fol?
lows: A dull, heavy feeling in tho head, some?
times moro or loss severe pain or headache;
Periodical Headache, Dizziness, Noises or
Kinging in the Hean; Confusion of Ideas;
Temporary Loss of Memory; Dejection of
Spirits; Starting during Rleep; Bad Dreams;
Hesitation in answering Questions: Dullness
<tf Hearing; Twitching of tiio Pace and Arms,
Ac , which, if not promptly treated, lead to
Paralysis, Delirium, Insanity, Impnt'-ncy,
I Apoplexy, ?Sc, ftc.
Is NOT ? secret quack remedy. FORMULA
around each bottle. Itecommouricd by the best
Physicians, ominen! Divines, Editors. Drug?
gists, Merchants, Ac.
i'll?- lit?! mut Mo?t I'npalnr Medicine
I'UKPABUD ONLY ll.
J. J. LAWRENCE, M. D.,
o i: ti A N ia cn KM is T,
i il., ratory and Office, No. 0 Main atract,
' NORFOLK, VA.
PRICK, OMR DOLLAR PER 30TTLK.
For naif by Druggist- evory wk*re.
I P..J,'!? Orno
Sale of the Laurens Railroad.
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COLUMBIA, January 2G, 1870.
"?"iilE undersigned, having been appointed
_L Receiver of tho 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 tho said State, I will sell to the highest
bidder, at public auction, the property of the
said Laurens Railroad Company, described as
follows: Tho Railroad of the said Company,
running from Newberry village to Lanrens
villo, including the road-bod, right of way and
lands occupied by or belonging to the said
Company, together with the several eupor
structures and traoks thereon, and ali rails
and other materials need on the same, and
all and singular the soveral bridges, viaducts
culverts, fences, depot grounds ana buildings
thereon, station-housoB, work-shopB, engines,
tendera, cars, 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, orin any manner connected
with or forming a part of the said Laurena
Railroad Company, and all franchises, rights
and privileges of tho said Laurene Railroad
Company, of, in, to, or concerning the same.
And upon such sale all equity of redemption
in tho said premises shall be forever barred
and absolutely foreclosed.
Tho Haid sale shall take placo at the State
House, in tho 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 ia to say, $42 OOO cash, and the
residue in six per cont, ooupon bonds of the
State of South Carolina at par, or in private
bonds, payablo in one, two and three years,
bearing interest at the rato of seven per cent,
per annum, payablo semi-annually, with as
Bured personal ace n ri tv and mortgage of the
premises. GEORGE W. WATERMAN,
Jan 27 Reco!vor Laurons B. R. Co.
Increase your crops and improve yonr land, by
Imported by us direct from the Phoenix Is?
lands, South Pacific Ocean.
Wilcox. Gibbs & Co.'a
Preparod at Savannah, Ga., and Charleston, 8.
C., which bas proved in the soil
the beat Manure in use.
For aale by
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.,
Importers A Dealer* in
09 Bay street. Savannah, Ga.
64 Emt Bay street, Cnarle?ton, S. C.
'?i ii Broad street, Angmta, Oa.
Alao by CHAMBERS A BRYCE, Agents, Co?
lumbia, ti. C.
We alao keep pure No. 1 Peruvian Guano,
pure Dissolved Rene, pure Land Plaster.
For further information, address as above
for circular, or subscribe to Southern. Agricul?
turist, pubUaaed by W. C. Macmurphy * Co.,
at Augusta and Savannah, Ga., at the low
price of 25 cents per aonun Nov 30 4mo
ALARGE and complete assortment of
FISHING TACKLE; HOOKS in all varie?
ty; Lines of all kinda and length, for reels; to?
gether with all kinds of Tuckie used iu fishing.
March_6 Imo Lato Glaze A Radcliffe.
ANEW Btock of ELEGANT LIGHT CAR
RIAGES is just opened at tho corner of
Assembly and Lady streets, near thc Post
Office. All persona in any way intereatcd aro
invited to call and examino some of the finest
specimens of design and workmanship that
can bo produced, l in se vehicles have been
bought right, and ?111 bo sold low. The atylea
aro tho very latest-tho quality unsurpassed,
and every effort will bo made to afford lusting
aatiafaction and pleasure to those extending
their patronage to the subscriber.
Jan 21 WJC. GREENFIELD.
THE undersigned having de
tormiued to devoto bia entiro at
jtoution to teaching MUSIC, begs
_ 'leave to inform the citizens of
Columbia that he is now prepared to give
lessons upon any instrument desired. Will
attend pupils, for the present, at their resi?
dences. He will aluo fin nish Music for all Pic
Nica and Partioa whoo desired. The beat of
recommendations, as to ability, <V" , will be
Kiveu. Ordora left at the PnotNix office will
meet with prompt attention.
March 15_F. KEN8TLER.
Fruits and Vegetables-Prices Reduced.
PEACHES, 2 lb. cana, 25 cents each.
Lima Beaua, 2 lb. cana, 25 cents each.
Green Corn, 2 lb. cane. 25 cents each.
Tomatoes, 2 lb. cana, 25 cents each.
Together with a full assortment of Pickled,
Jellies, Oyatere, Lobatora, Saucen, Catsupa,
Extracts, Sardines, Spices, Ac, Ac, at low
ligures, always on band and for salo by
Feb 26_ _J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Fine Gold Watches
OF all descriptions, for Eadie*
and Gentlemen, for sale at
Ono door North of Messrs.
Soott A WilHama' Rankine House. Dec 16
JUST received, imported direct froru Ber
One cask Brandenburg Freres COGNAC,
Ono cask fillet, Castillon A Co.'s; very fine
For sale by GEO. HYMMWK8.
Fulton Market Pickled Beef
OFF A LO TONGUES,
Pickled Pig Pork,
Pickled Salmon, for sale by
Mm-h 8 K. HOTE,
Thorburn's Garden Sfieris.
1.1 RES ll OA'IDF.N SEED-; ami >N10N
1 MET:-, ai whoh ile and retail.
Jan 14 EDWARD HOPR.
S i \ DARRELS l ink.Eve and Goodrich
.Jl" PLANTING POTATO??Jn->t renei
and foi -ito b% I .. T VONJ.W