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COLUMBIA^ S. C.
Sundiy Morning^April 3.1870.
Tlie Proper AtUt?cle Tovrarda tho State
Tho attitude, wo hold towards the State
governmeut is tho attitude, we believe, of
nine-tenths of th?, intelligent and un?
prejudiced people of tho State. It was
not of onr making] Whenever the op?
portunity has ocourred, we have pressed
forward and deposited onr ballot against
it. But it is the government of the State,
and, as such, it baa been our dnty and
onr necessity to regard it as the law to
govern the conduct of the citizens. We
regard it onr duty to uphold it when
right, and to criticize it when wrong. As
a public journalist, we have done this,
and this wo shall expect to continue to
do. Let no man tb ink that we shall per?
mit partisan views', or passion, or preju?
dice, to warp our views or to influence
our criticisms. If we have had few op?
portunities to commend, and many oc?
casions to condemn official conduct, upon
us the responsibility does not rest. We
earnestly desire pence in our borders,
harmony among our people, and a gen?
eral prosperity. 'Lt wonld give ns plea?
sure to be able to'speak well of our of?
ficials, and we shall not spare praise
when the ohance brises. But it is also
trao that we shall not spare plain talking
when necessary. It is due to that class
of the people of this State, now more
or less ignored, and ostracized, and mis?
represented, thai we do not allow their
rights and feelings to be disregarded
without, at least, earnest protest and just
vindication. Bat, allow ns to ask, who
are the disturbers of the public peace?
Look to a recent illustration. A body of
earnest journalists meet at the capital of
the State, and put forth an honest de?
claration of opinions, calculated to pro?
duce good will in the State. And the
entire press of tho State, with singular
unanimity, echo theso sentiments of con?
ciliation-sentiments designed and, if
properly accepted, calculated to bring
.together in amity the different races in
South Carolina. The olive branch has
been held out. ^.The plea for peace has
been made. What has been the response?
The Charleston orean of the ruling party
laughs at and scoffs the propositions of
the conference. The Missionary Record,
edited by a colored man, sees naught
but trickery in the resolutions of con?
ciliation. And to cap the climax, a voice
comes down to us from Washington, and
it is the voice of the Chief Magistrate of
South Carolina, and it says "the Win?
chester rifle is the best law." Who will
doubt as to where the responsibility for
discord, and consequent impairment of
natural progress, rests? It rests with
the politicians of tho domiuant party,
and with some of the officials. Caring
nought for the prosperity of South Caro?
lina, it is to their interest to retain
power, and hence they keep the waters
agitated. As we have before said, we
want in South Carolina internal peace,
public tranquility, and material progrese
Can we got these, under the present cir?
cumstances? If not, and we believe not,
then let the people respond to the anti
radical programme. Let a second great
effort be made to restore to South Caro?
lina an honest and economical State
government, whereby we may harmonize,
secure the blessings of security and sta?
bility, and lead the public mind and thc
publie energies to educational and ma?
Thc Views of Judge Orr.
The views of this gentleman, as re?
ported by the Tribune correspondent,
will bo read with interest by our readers.
Whilst we do not concur in all of the
Judge's political speculations, weare free
to say, that we do recognize the truth ol
much that he suggests. We regard Judge
Orr's devotiou to South Carolina as un?
questioned, and wo regard bim as a man
of great good sense, and of considerable
sagacity. A politician once, be doubt?
less aspires now to the heights of ti
philosophic statesmanship. From that
stand-point wo believe that he now
views tho situation, and we feel that his
reflections are to bo iuvested with all thc
respect duo to ono who has worthily
filled several high official stations, and
in all lins earnestly labored for the wel?
fare of his native State.
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UNITED STATES COUKT.-Hon. Geo. S.
Bryan, Judgo, presiding.
Ex parle Thos. J. LaMotto. In rc.
tho Laurens Railroad Company-Peti?
tion to show cause why attachmcul
should not bo issued. It was ordered
that a rulo bo served upon Joe Crews tr
make him show causo before this Court,
on the 5th of next month, why ho should
not bo attached for contempt of thc
ordor of tho Court made iu tho mattel
of tho Laurens Railroad Company oe
tho 28th of March last. Further ordered,
that tho Unitod States Marshal canso thc
two engines, n tender, box oars, passen
ger coach and platform ears belonging tc
the Laurens Railroad to bo turned ovei
to Bonj. S. James, lessee of said roan.
, ANOTHER VOICE ZK ?cxxffiD.-The
Sporfcanburg Spartan says, referring to
(he presa conference resolution:
"This hoing conceded, let every man,
white sud blaokv adopt tho spirit of these
excellent resolutions, and determine that
in the exercise of the prerogative of
suffrage, be will allow no motive to influ?
ence his action lower than an honest de
siro to promote the best interest of his
country. No more let the inquiry of the
candidate be, is he Republican, or is he
Demoorat? Is he from thia section or
that? But let it be inquired of him
rather, is he honest? Is he faithful? Ia
be competent? Then may we expect to
see the return of these prosperous and
happy days of the republic, when in?
telligence and virtue sat enthroned upon
the high and the low places of the
nation, and 'to be an Amorioan was
greater than a king.' "
The Chester Reporter says:
"We do not wish, however, to be
understood as being opposed to Chester
being represented in the convention, to
bo held on the 15th June. We hope
that every County in the State may be
represented there by a full delegation of
pructical men, and that a full and free
conference, regarding the wisest policy
to be pursued, may then be had. The
deliberations of such a body would com?
mand our most earnest attention, and we
can scarcely anticipate any line of policy
upon which it might conclude, that
would not receive our hearty support."
?FIRE IN CHEHAW.-The Chesterfield
Democrat says that the store of Mr. S.
Maier, of Cheraw, was entirely de?
stroyed by fire on the night of tho 22d,
together with the contents.
Dyspeptics should uso Dr. Tntt's
Golden Eagle Bitters.
"Just the thing I" Such is tho excla?
mation of the Dyspeptics who use SOLO?
MONS' BITTERS. N21
Dr. Tntt's Golden Eagle Bitters is the
best tonio in tho United States.
"I am strong and healthy, yet to pre?
serve my good condition," I use SOLO?
MON'S BITTERS. N21
A healthy and exhilirating beverage is
Dr. Tuft's Goldeu Eagle Bitters.
Tho weak and emaciated mother says:
"My health and strength is restored by
tho use of" SOLOMONS' BITTEH". N21
If you want a fine appetite and good
digestion use Dr. Tutt's Golden Eagle
Delicate females take the Golden Engin
BUSHELS LABOE YAMS, for salo hy
April 3_E. HOPF,.
Sugars ! Sugars ! !
IN consequence of the decline in Gold, wo
have reduced our prices for SUGARS, and
aro now retailing STANDARD CRUSHED
SUOMI at six pounds for $1 00, and all other
grades in proportion. Terms cash only, at the
reduced prices. J. & T. R. AGNEW.
E. E. JACKSON'S
Anril 3 2_Drng Store.
Spring and Summer
I HAVE on hand a largo and well-selected
stock of tho above GOODS, which I am offer?
ing at EXTREMELY LOW PRICES, and pur?
chasers will do well to give mo a call, as I re?
spectfully solicit an examination, feeling that
it Hill bo to their advantago to do so.
April 3 c. P. JACKSON.
Shaw's Cotton Seed Huller.
IirtODIE Si CO.. Agents,
Cotton Factors and Onmmiesiun Merchants,
April 3 CH ARLES TON, 8. C. fly
Fish, at Wholesale and Retail.
-tffls-ft?*. THE undersigned can bo
.f^f1^^^found under the awning, at the
l?uat e nd of tho Market, every dav, with a sup?
ply of SHAD and other fresh "FISH. Give
him a call. B. L. DANIELS,
April_2 fi Of Newborn. N. C.
WE open to-day a splendid assortment of
OPERA CLOAKS, a full lino of White
Kid Glove? and La?e-trimmed Chemisette*?.
Our SPRING STOCK ie now roady for in?
spection, which will be lound, on examination,
to ho much larger than at any proviom season,
and tho prices considerably lowor than they
over have boen nineo wo commenced business.
For tho presont, a discount of ten per cent,
will hi allowed for spocio.
March 25 J. H. & M. L. KIN/.R?>.
FniisDTBT.-ODO of (hehighest freehets
known for several years past ha? occur?
red on the Wateres. The river is so
high that the planting "ill be retarded,
and the ploughing will have to bo done
over. The low grounds in the neigh?
borhood of the river have been flooded,
and considerable damage to the planting
interest is feared.
The Augusta Chronicle- and Sentinel, of
yesterday, says: "Prices have been re?
duced half a cent, per yard on Augusta
Factory and Orangeville Manufacturing
Company's goods. 4-4 sheeting 14>^;
% shirting 12><; % shirting 10 and drill
A bloody affray occoured near Tumb?
ling Shoals, Laurens County, ou the
23d, winch resulted in the death of Sea?
brook Leak and the severe wounding of
Messrs. Bolt and Wilson. The affair is
to be investigated.
The safe of the Walcottville (Conn.,)
Savings Bank was blown open by burg?
lars on Friday night, and robbed of
$500 in bank bills and $25,000 in securi?
ties. The thieves stole a hand car on
tho Naugtuck Railroad and escaped.
"Obi what an oxcelient Tonio," is the
language of the invalid who uses SOLO?
MONS* BITTERS. N21
r AA BU8HEL8 COTTON SEED, of supo
t)vU rior quality. For particulars, in?
quire at KRAFT'S BAKERY,
April 1 Main street.
NOTICE is hereby (riven that an election
will be held on TUE8DA f, April 5,1870,
tor Mayor and Aldermen for the city of Colum?
bia. Tho Polls will be opened in Ward No. 3,
at Holmes' Shop, from 7 o'clock A. M. to 5
o'clock P. M. A. C. DAVIS,
D. I). MONTGOMERY,
April 1 4 Managern.
NOTICE is hereby Riven, (hat an election
will be held on TUKSDAY, April 5, 1870,
tor Mayor and Aldermen for the city of Colum?
bia. The Polls will be opened in Ward No. 2,
at Judgo Wigg's Office, from 7 o'clock A. M. to
5 P. M. J. 8. BAMPFIELD,
April 1 4 Managers Ward No. 2.
NOTICE is hereby given that an election
will bo held TUESDAY, Apiil 5, 1870, for
Mayor and Aldermen for tho city of Columbia.
The Poll?? will be opened in Ward No. 1, at
Charles Minort'B House, at 7 A. M., and close
at 5 o'clock P. M.
S. B. THOMPSON,
April 1 4 Managers of Ward No. 1.
TITH fast trotting Messenger
hallion DANVILLE will season
m ltichland County; thia spring,
r t Agnew A Co.'s Livery Stable,
ti Columbia, whuro he can bu
seen; also, at W. H. Dowdy's, on thc Wood?
ward plantation in tho Fork, and altornately
at tho abovo places every nine days. For par?
ticulars apply at tho above places.
Danville took tho first prize at our last State
Fair for speed, and can show as fine colts as
any in the Stato. April 1 linn
The New State Code,
INTERLEAVED and Bound, Xl 50.
Paper Cover, not Interleaved, (1.00.
Acta of Legislature. 18C9-70, $1.00.
Official copies of the abovo tor sale.
Mail your ordern to
BRYAN A McCARTER,
March 30 Columbia, S. C.
COLUMBIA, S. C.. March 22, 1870.
At a meeting held in Dr. J. L. Noaghi's Hall,
by tho delegates from four Warda nf thu cit>
of Columbia. S. C., which were in Convention,
tho following nominees wero uuanimou?ly
elected for tho next municipal election, viz:
John M. Alexander, for Mavor.
WARD No. 1-J. W. Denny, Augustus Cooper.
WAIID No. 2 - W. ll ut non Wigg. Israel Smith,
Wm. H ay no.
WARD No. 3-Wm. Mooney, Joseph Taylor,
S B Thompson.
WARD No. 4-R. M. Wallaco, Wm. Simmons,
8. B. THOMPSON, Pres't.
D^ORT. OAIQE. Sec'y. March 23
Sweet Potato Slips.
BUSHELS YAMS and other Slips, ii
OvJ fine order, for salo by
Maren 25 _ E. HOPE.
HAVING roniovcd my place of business to
thu stand formorlyoecupied by Dr. Sorry,
nt-xt to Pollock House, my patrons will find
mo at that placo hereafter, with a full and
complete aaaonment of SPUING GOODS,
consistingof English, Fronch and 8cotuh C is
simercs, Neck Ties, and Gout's Furnishing
Goods generally. A call is solieitod.
March 24_J. F. ETSWNMANN.
Fresh Goods at Low Prices.
I rv i\d\f\ LBS. BACON HAMS, Sides
II ?.UUU and Shoulders.
300 lihlB. Family and low-priced Flour.
20 kita Mountain Butter.
5l) bbl*. Refined and Crushed Sugars.
March 25 For salo bv E.HOPE.
WE havo in storo 250 dozen of Brade'*
heavy Crown Steol HOES. Brado's Light
Steel Hoes and Itiveted Eyos. Elwell'e Picks
and Plantors' Hoes, manufactured near Bir?
mingham, England, for our trade, and paid
for with gold at ll A to 124 por cent, premium,
and wo confidently say wo aro preparod to
auit tho market. LOWRANCE A CO.
_ March 23 _ _ _
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
AFULL supply of FreBh OAKDEN SEEDS.
For salo by_E. HOPE.
POSITIVELY TWO NIGHTS ONLY.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, April 4 and 5.
MacEvoy's Great Pictorial
Musical and National Entertainment,
REPRESENTING a Tour in Iroland, accom?
panied hy Vocal and instrumental Music.
and illustrated by tho following distinguished
Tho GREAT JERRY COHAN, as Barney, tho
MARIED. MAC EVOY, as Norah.
Miss KATE ll ALPINE, as Mr?. O'Callaghan
and tho Widow.
Mr. CHAS. MAC EVOY, Musical Director
Admission 50conts. Resorved Seats75 cents.
Salo of Seats will commoneo Saturday,
April 2, at Bryan A McCartor's Bookstore.
Doors opon at 7 Commence at 8 o'clock.
March 31 4 C. H. HALL, Agont.
XI? ooal X to aaa, m -
CRUMBS.-Go to Kinard's for the latest
styles. Ons of tho members of the firm
baa jost returned from New York, with
a fresh stock of goods, bought after tbe
recent decline. Gall and examine
among other things, the tasty "Albert"
We aro indebted to Mr. J. W. Denny,
State Printer, for pamphlet copies of the
Acta and Resolutions passed at the last
session of tho Legislature.
The Charleston County Horticultural
and Agricultural Society will hold a
grand exhibition on the 2d of Muy. Tho
premiums are open to any ono in tho
Tbe publication of the Charlotte
Daily limes lins been discontinued.
Members of the dental profession who
attend the convention to be held here on
tho 5th inst., we are informed by the
committee, will have tho usual railroad
consideration, of returning freo, extended
to them. Mr. Wright, of the Nickersou
House, who gives the use of his hall for
the occasion, will entertain members of
the convention at reduced rates.
Tho annual meeting of the Columbia
Bible Society will be held this (Sabbath)
evening the 3d instant, at the Presbyte?
rian Church in this city. Addresses will
be delivered by Col. F. W. McMnster,
Rev. C. B. Walker and Rev. Wm. S.
Plumer, D. D. Services to commence
at iy? o'clock P. M. A collection will
be taken np for Bible distribution in Co?
lumbia and Richland County. The pub?
lic is respectfully invited to attend.
During the past two days 482 names
have been registered in Ward No. 1;
307 in Ward No. 3. To-morrow is the
last day for registration.
Richland was the winner of the half
mile race, yesterday. Considerable in?
terest was manifested in a dash of a
quarter of a mile-tho Assistant Adjn
tant-General's mare comiug in ahead
much to the surprise of the knowing
ones. A challengo was given and ac?
cepted for a quarter race, on Tuesday,
tho 12th instaut. North Caroliua vs.
Tho necessary preparations for tho
"chicken dispule" have beeu completed;
and experienced individuals assert that
the display of chickens is particularly
Voters will bear in miud that they
must register before voting at tho mu?
nicipal election to be held on Tuesday
next. According to an Act passed by
the last Legislature, each Ward elects its
of a tour iu Ireland opens at Januey's
Hall to-morrow, with an attraction in the
shape of a punting which will attract
Ireland's sons, and which exhibits the
life, strength and beauty of green Erin,
through her length and breadth. Tlu
tour of Dublin, the tour of Wicklow,
with Barney the Guide, and the tour ol
Kildare, Carlow aud Kilkenney, will nol
fail to attract the "boys from the sod,'
who havo left home and are waiting tc
bear from the laud of Erin. The tom
of Cork and Killarney will attract al
true Irishmen, and we feel assured thal
the "lund of the green" will be faith
fully represented. The following com
plimeutary notice is from the Atlante
"Perhaps no Atlanta audienco wnf
ever more delighted with au entertain
ment than was the one which assembled
at DeGive's Opera House last night witt
MacEvoy's tour in Ireland. It is a enpi
tal exhibition-thoroughly Irish, frolick
ing with Celtic humor, resonant willi
Irish melody, sparkling with Irisl
"bulls," anecdotes and jokes, and glow
ing with Irish scenery, represented upot:
broad stretches of canvas. All the noted
towns, localities, churches, and othei
buildings of the land of song and tradi?
tion are elegantly preseuted in a vast se?
ries of brilliant paintings, and the whole
made instructive by the clear and con
eise lecture of Mr. Charles MocEvoy.
At this late hour, it is impossible to men?
tion even the more notable among thc
pictures which were presented. The testi?
mony of every one presented pronounced
"The evening was spiced with a num?
ber of Irish songs-tho very best-and
numerous personations of Irish charac?
ter. Mr. Jerry Cohan is almost inimita?
ble as a character personuter and soup
and dance mau. He is a protean genius.
He is a genius, full of originality, siugt
well, ami dances admirably. His change.1
of character aro made with almost aston?
ishing rapidity, and each one appears tn
be better than that which preceded it.
Ho was' rapturously and repeatedly en
"Marie Dalton MacEvoy, as Nora, wai
a charming piece of Irish rusticity,
sprightliness aud sprtVeliness. Sho hus ii
sweet voice, sings with expression, and
pi on on tices every word of her songs sc
distinctly that tho entire audienco cac
understand what, as well as bow, Hbo it
"Miss Kate Halpinn makes a splondic
old lady. As 'Mrs. ()'Callahan,' she wa;
lively and entirely Irish, as well asorigi
nal, and was charming 'for ono of bei
"Altogether, the exhibition is a de
lightful one, ono that ladies and child rei
can seo with perfect propriety, and om
that they ought all to bo permitted tc
Som Pii AIN Tn ou aura.-In Novem?
ber, 18C8, agreeably to the law of the
present State Legislature, an election
was held for Mayor and Aldermen of
Columbia. The election was held. It
was a regular eleotion. The resnlt was
not contested. The successful nominees
were elected to hold their office- until
April, 1872. It waa thought at the timo
that this settled the question of munici?
pal government until April, 1872. But
not so. A Democratic ticket had been
elected, and a radical Legislature was up
to the emergency. A Democrat must be
law-abiding, but a radical may be above
law, whenever party euds aro to be con?
summated. Party trickery was called
into play. Some astute genius put his
wita to work, and the scheme was con?
cocted. Thereupon it was moved,
seconded and carried, that tho limits of
Columbia bo extended, and that a new
election bo held. That is, tho principle
was adopted that party poiuts shall be
carried, and by fair means or foul, this
thiug must bo done. And a sufficient
number of legislators was found to per?
petrate the outrage. We have said, and
we repeat it, this was a wanton exercise
of power ou the part of the Legislature,
I and one that ought to be rebuked.
Allow us to ask, what is the significance
of this kiud of legislative notion, which
upsets tho decision nt tho ballot-box,
aud in a lawless spirit goes back upon its
own enactmonts, and lays a rude hand
upon rights, which, under the constitu?
tion of tho State, aro vested in certain
individuals for a definite time? Does it
not produce a well-founded seuso of in?
security? In free countries, or countries
professedly free, it is tho voice of thc
voters at the bnllot-box that gives to the
servants of the public-to tho repre?
sentatives of the people-tho credential
of their authority. And if this au?
thority is recklessly thrown aside, what
is to bo tho end? The act of to-day be?
comes the precedent of to-morrow, and
soon misrule tends to anarchy, and
anarchy to insecurity, and everytliiug tc
tho public disadvantage.
The voters of Columbia havoabigli
duty to discbarge. They are not onlj
concerned about such a municipal go
vernmentas will promote tho iuterests oi
the city, but they havo a civil wrong tc
reseut and a high principle to r.dvocate
They have already elected a Mayor ant
Aldermen for Columbia. These mei
have not fuiled in their trust. Let tin
people ro-affirm the decision nlread^
once made, aud not fail to administer i
rebuke to tbut lawless rulo which legis
lates men in and out of office, aud whicl
for paltry party purposes, sets law om
order aside and counts fair play as noth
iug. Law-abiding citizens will under
stund their duty. This is not a part;
question. It bas ceased to be n matte
of politics. The proposition is that, th
present Mayor and Aldermen are en lit lei
to servo their term out, and upon thi
ground we doubt not that many a Rc
publican, who formerly opposed them
will veto for them on this occasion
Men generally have a decided preferenc
for fair play, and reflecting citizens wi
not fuil to recognize the importance c
lettiug regular and fair elections stanil
As for those who porsist in the wrong
we have only to suggest that all histor
is full of wickpd inveutions returning t
plague tho inventors-of biters bein
bitten-of two-edged swords-of eng
neers hoisted by their own petard;
HONESTY, PAIR PLAY, RIGHT DEALING -
these aro the courses that enduro and o
lust win. They do not always prov
good for "quarter races," but for "lon
heats" they como out with flying colon
"Io tho long run," these aro tho wiunen
Let mon act accordingly.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES THIS DAY.-Tr
nity Church-Rev. P. J. Shand, Recto
10>? A. M. and 4 P. M.
S"t. Peter's Church-Rev. J. J. O'Coi
nell, Pastor, 10J?< A. M. and 4 P. M.
Marion Street Church-Rev. W. \^
Mood, \0}? A. M. and 7^ P. M.
Washington Street Chapel-Rev. Wn
Martin, 10 y? A. M.; Church Meeting,
Baptist Church-Rev. J. L. Reynold;
10>? A. M.
Lutheran Lecture Room-Rev. E. I
Bollos, Wy2 A. M.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. Wm. I
Boggo, Pastor, 10)4 A. M. and ly P. a
WEDDING CARDS AND ENVELOPES.
lot of wedding cards and envelopes, <
latest styles, has just beon receive<
which will bo printed in imitation of oi
graving, and at less than one-tenth tl
cost. Call and see specimens at PHCENI
Tho FUONIX offico is supplied wit
overy style of matorial from tho sma
metal letter to tho largest wood typi
together with plain aud fancy card:
paper, colored ink, bronzo, etc. It
the only establishment in tho interior (
tho State whero two and three ske<
posters can bo printed. All kinds <
work in tho printing line nttcndod to i
FOB REELBOTION-- "FAIB PLAT ia A
JEWEL"-THE DECISION AT THB BALLOT.
Box TO BE RESPECTED. - Agreeably to the
meeting of all the' voters of Columbia,
opposed to a change in onr municipal
government, tho old ticket ia presented
to the public.
F<r>- Mayor of Columbia,
WARD NO. 1-T. W. RADCLIFFE.
WARD NO. 2-JACOB HUSSUNO.
R. JJ. BRYAN.
O. Z. BATES.
WARD NO. 3-W. P. GEIGER.
W. T. WALTER.
WARD NO. <1-EDWARD HOPE.
R. W. JOHNSON.
G. A. SHIELDS.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, April ^ --Columbia Hotel.
G Browning, St Louie; T C Andrews, Orange
burg; J M Tnomasen, H B Fant, Greenville; W
L King, J E Thames, Charloxton; E C Phelps,
Alex Hall, Mr Fellows and lady, O E Sawyer,
? Soil, New York; W ll Ball, Laurens; F Elder,
Wiunaboro; J S Shumato, T N Tolbert, Ninety
Six; H B Mooro, G W Swain, Philadelphia; B
E Martin, Laurens; W J Maxwell, Baltimore;
J W Heyward. Edgefiold; J A Sayre, Now
York; J 1' Adams, li H Adams, J G Hugonin,
T P Weston and lady, 13 McC Clarkson, G K
Williams, South Carolina; T W Lang, A D Ken?
nedy, Camden; JN Adams, J S Shoulhread,
Gadsdon; W Y Fair. Newborry: E M Hamitter,
Williamaton: J A Franklin, Ky; J S Groen,
oitvjT L Vaughn, North Carolina.
Nickerson House.-J W Bond, wife, child
and nurso, Washington; J N Myers, Md: Col
J U Edie, Charleston; C N Yandcrpool and
wife, P.ev A F Todd, .TSF Lancaster, NY; B
J Hayes, Lexington; \V J Whaling, Wisconsin:
T H Mann, Has?; Ii Jordan, Camden; JOB H
Gay.W G Henderson, Jos Cutter, NC; J M
Boigier, Newberry; J H Bradford, Stovenson;
B Young, Ga.
LIST OF NEW A DV urn H KM KN rs.
D. C. Poixotto & Sou-Auction Sales.
C. F. Jackson-Spring and Hummer GoodH.
J. & T. lt. Agnow-SugarB.
E. E. Jackson-Casaba Melon.
P. F. Frazeo-SherifFa Saloa.
E. Hope-Sweet Potatoes.
Brodie it Co.-Cotton Seed Huller.
Jacob Levin-Variety Salo.
ACIB Passed hy the Slate Legislature.
LATEST FROM TUF. LAUTES -Since the intro?
duction ol PHALOK'S VITALIA on SALVATION
FOH TUE ll Ant, Indien who formerly uaed dyes,
aro universally abandoning them. They find
tho now articlo to harmless, so clean and
puro, so pleasant to tho senses, and with all
so superior as a means of renewing the origi?
nal color, that they absolutely shuddor when
they think of tho ?iKhy H tu fl' they onco used.
Ap 3 t3
SYMPTOMS.-Slight pain in tho Bide, the ekin
and eye assume a thick yellow coat, digestion
ia impaired, au unpleasant sinking sensation
at thc pit of the stomach is experienced, the
bowels are irregular, tho mind fretful, the
memory weakened, sometimes a Blight cough,
coldness of the hands and feet, sometimes lort
of appetite and at others unnatural craving
for tuod, dizziness of tho head, depressed
spirits, feeling of uncertainty, of having loft
son ething undone, but can't tell what it is.
Take SIMMONS' LIVER REODLATOB, it will re?
move all unpleasant, feeliuga and make you
KOSKOO.-Tho Norfolk Haily Journal, of
December ll, lsd!), says:
"This medicine is rapidly gainiug confi?
dence ol tho people, and the numerous testi?
monials of itu viet nerf, given by practitioners of
medicine, leaves no doubt that it is a safe and
reliable remedy for iMPOniTY OF THE BLOOD,
I.I Y KU DISEASE, &0."
The la*t Me. lirai Journal contains an arti?
clo from Prof. It. S. Newton, M. D., President
of the E Modi-College, city of New York, that
speaks in high terms of its curativo proper?
ties, and gives a special recommendation of
Koskoo to tho practitioners of medicine.
} This ia, wo believe, tho hr.-it instanoo whero
auch medicines havo been officially endorsed
by the Faculty of any of tho Medical Colleges,
and reflecta great credit upon the skill of Dr.
Lawrence, ita compounder, and also puta
.Koskoo'' in tho VAN of all other medicinea
of the preaent day. F2G
A FEMALE BEGULATOU.-Woman and her
m ods. For complaints and irregularities to
which her acx ia cxcluaively liable, HEINITSH'S
QUEEN'S DELIGHT ia recommended on the au?
thority of wives, mothers and nurses, who have
teated ita tonic and regulating properties, and
* know whereof they apeak;" and also with the
sanction of able physicians, who havo admi?
nistered tho QUEEN'S DELIGHT to their romalo
patients, in obstinate cases, with tho happiest
results. Almost all female complaints are
complieateil with mental gloom and despon?
dency, the gent?o and lasting exhilarating
effects of tho QUEEN'S DELIGHT ia admirably
adapted to auch caaea. As a remedy for hys?
teria and montai depression, it haa no equal
in the world. Nursing mothers find it an ad?
mirable luvtgorant. It ia highly satisfactory
i ti ?i t thia preparation should prove BO emi?
nently beneficial to tho Htx. 'Young and old
will find rolicf always. For salo by FISHER &
QRINITHB. Fob 19
C. D. Eberhardt,
HAVING just roturned from New York,
would respectfully ask bia old patrona
and tho public generally to call and ace his
new and well selected stock of SPUING and
SUMMER STYLES, Washington street, oppo?
site Law Rango. March 23 12
THE Andes and tho Amazon, by Orton, with
platea and map. $2 50.
Hammer and Rapier, by John Eston Cooke.
Our Saturday Nighta, hy "Brick Pomeroy."
Aakaroa Kassia, tho Copt; a Romaneo of
Modem Egypt, hy Edwin DeLeon. $1.50.
Among My Booka, by Lt ig h Hunt.
True Love, by Ladi DeBeauclerk. $2 00.
The Spanish Barber, by author of Mary
Tho Lifo of Our Lord, by Rev. Dr. Hanna.
Tommy Try and What Ho Did in Scionco.
f l 75.
Earthly Faradiae, second series; Autumn,
hy Morris, said to ho superior to Tennyson;
aiid other new hooka, for salo at
B?YAN At MuGA RTE R'S Book Store.
Fulton Market Pickled Beef.
Pickled Pig Pork,
Pickled Salmon, for salo by
March 8 E. HOPE.
PERSONS in want of liratclaaa RODS, can
bo supplied by leaving their orders at tho
Peat OfUeo, or at J. W. Smith's tin shop. Plain
Btreet. HAWLEY i CO.
Broom Corn Seed.
FOR salo hy
March 2 LOWRANCE A CO.
Spring Seed Oats.
BUSHELS WHITE SEED OATS,
for BRIO low, by ED. HOPE