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OAIP?TO, April Jvrrl?e white men's
ti<*eCTWf ?sfoM^?Jfll, by\foUrfe.e$
majority. ' . " ;.., .'v.-*
Anni ?.-It is. now tolerably,
'Vljjto Ipltttion o?..tba c^??p^qri
j m i?sion, of tue : bo w <. qui e r o I
things to, ?be rote o* the poppte,will be
deferred for a time. A misunderstand?
ing in the - Ministry and Chauibors ou'
this subjeot will, therefore., poavoided.
The strike of LaCreuzob condones.
No collision ,hss: jot occurred between
the rib to ra and troops. ' ,
The radical party are working hard to
ensure the suooesa of Ulric- -Fouveillo,,
who is a candidate for Deputy in the
Corps L?gislatif, from tho City of L-youa.
' vvjteA80ow, April 4.-The Italy was suc?
cessfully launched to-day. She is the
largest serew steamer afloat, except the
Great Eastern. Her engines are of 600
PAMS, April 6.-The Corps L?gislatif
had a stormy session. J ules Favre made
n violent attack on tho Senatus Consol
tum, which would add greatly to per?
soneipower. Se said: "The power of
declaring war or penco should Uot? be left
to the ohief ot the State, who, after a
fortunato war, could crash, legislative
power." Tho proposed alterations of the
constitution ho denounced as the ulti?
mate ratio of -despotism. His speech
c&Ufjed great ojcitemeut in the Cham?
bers, ? Demanda wore mudo to Bet the
question' ?side.This was: decided by. 15
td 4' tb proceed with his .'discussion.
Owing to tho .lateness: of tho hour, ad
f'oarh?di . It is expected tlte debate will
io resumed, and the result reached to?
LONDON, April 5.-The Queen signed
tho bill- for tho preservation of peace in
-' .'. .
. 1 li'roni Wellington.
WASHINGTON, AprilB.-Judge Bradley,
of the Supreme Court,- leaves for New
Orleans,,on the. first of May, for the pur?
poses trying such cases as may come
The House will pnss the bill transfer?
ring.tho property of the Freedmen's Bu?
reau.! io tho Educational Bureau,. The
oppoueuts of the bill claim that this per?
p?tu?tes the educational features of the
Freedmen's Bureau bill. Beconstructiou
The Senate confirmed James Lorimer
Graham, Jr., Consul General at Florence
vice Thomas B. Van Burn, declined; J.
C. C?ver, of Wisconsin, Consul at
Fayal; Thomas F. Wilson, of Pennsyl?
vania, Consul at Matamoras; John Har?
ris, of Pennsylvania, Consul at Venice;
David EoksteiD, of Ohio, at Victoria,
Vancouver's Islands; C. M. F. Petard,
of Georgia, nt Strasburg; Wm. L; M.
Borger, of Sonth Carolina, to Algiers;
E.' MoBaron Timorey, of Georgia, to
Tumbey; Wm. B. Jones, of Alabama, to
Brindisi; B. Odell Duncan, of South
Carolina, to Naples.
: Shober, member elect from North
Curolina, has been placed on the Elec?
The Senate adopted a resolution, pass?
ed by the Honse, relating to the Oneida
disaster; it goes to the President. It
involves a thorough investigation.
In the Senate, certain German citizens
of Tennessee petition for the reconstruc?
tion of Tennessee.
Georgia was resumed. Sumner de?
nounced Bingham's amendment as nu
engino of rebel power and doctrine of
Stale rights, and as a loyal heresy with
which reconstruction had to contend. He
claimed that the only argument against
the power of Congress to interfere was
based upon technicalities, ned that Con?
gress was a high Court of Equity with
Georgia at the bar. Carpenter, in reply
to Sumner, delivered a lengthy constitu?
tional argument against the validity' of
the fundamental couditions upon a State,
urging that Georgia be either admitted
without qualification, or kept out until
the Government could trust her.
.The bill discontinuing the Freedmen's
Bureau, and for other purposes, was
passed by the House to-day. It repeals
all laws and prescribed duties for oflioerB
of the Freedmen's Bureau, so far as said
duties have uot yet been fully executed,
and transfers all money and property
hitherto entrusted to the Freedmen's
B.ureau, to the account of the Bureau of
Education, to bo expended exclusively
for "educational purposes among freed?
men and refugees, .having special refer
once tb aiding the establishment and use?
fulness of common schools among them.
The Bnreau of Education is to exercise
the same powers as those hitherto exer?
cised by the Freedmen's Bureau, in refer?
ence to ?ducation, and especially in co?
operating with benevolent or educational
societies and corporations. And the
same co-operation may be extended to
State, Territorial, County and municipal
authorities, for similar purposes, Sea.
The House, in committee on the tariff,
fixed the rate on cl ar i ii ed sugar at 2}.?c.
per pound; refined sugar 4 oents. Mo?
lasses remains ns reported from the com?
mittee. The duty on brandy and other
distilled spirits was fixed at 93.00. The
committeo thoo rose. Butler introduced
a resolution annexing San Domingo.
Wood objected, when tho House ad?
Internal rovennc receipts to-day, $271,
Bailey's defalcation is about $200,000.
Michael Vidal, of Now Orleans, has
been confirmed Consul to Tripoli.
Tho colored Philosophical Society of
Virginia petition Congress to call this
country tho United States of Columbia,
instead of America.
HARTFORD, April 4 -Half of the State
gives English (Democrat) a gain of 459.
Jewell's majority last year was 411.
Hartford gives Jewell 2,850; English
3,307. Tho Democrats carry the muni?
cipal offices by GOO majority. Tho Do
a majority in each Hon DO.
I , TOLUDO.^.OHIO.V AprjK 5. -Incompleto I
retorn? from t Ilia dis inc t indicate? tho ?
olection of Pack (Republican) to Con?
gress. ' Tho Republicans also elect the j
city ticket. Colored men voted.
&WOTMN?TI. April OH^TbeiRepublfcafa
rity in the city average^ $9,OO0,\ -T}
?? school board ?tanda 20 for, 22'
iaVtfae Bible W schools. '
^ty^onis, April 5.-The .^acjEarland l
jnjry, ia, incompl?te ; only 8 from. 300 being
HartTConD, April 5.-The Twentieth
Senatorial District, counted last night as
Republican, is Democratic by 97 majo?
rity, andthoThird District is Democra?
tic by three or four majority. This gives
th? Senator to ihe Democrat^, by one
majority, unloss tho Sixth Distriot, which
ia close, should be Republican. This
would give the Republicans a majority
of one. The House is Republican by a I
small majority; probably not more than '
six, porhapn ten. .English!a majority
will, from present appearances, be about
RICHMOND, Aprils.-Theoity troubles
will at last go to the United States Su
Ereme Court. The injonction will be
eard Thursday,, in .WMhlagtorjj bj
Chief Justice? Chase, The motion is
made: 1st, on want of jurisdiction; 2d,
that there ia no equity in th?-bill, and
3d, that facts show that' an''injunction
was improvidentially awarded. In' the
meantime, affairs will be peacefully con?
ducted here. The writ of : ejectnit?nt
against Mayor Elly son, a doubt abbat1'
the legality of which c aUsWf0?n.;Cl?ti
by tp decline tendering military' aid\to
tho United Statc? Mnrahul, vrilb be! re?
ferred to'Attorntey-GeneHrt Hoar, t br bia
decision. ; Tho twp mayors,- go op as
usual', .holdingcourts,, with - their polioe
peacefully pb,,'the st reel?. Tho ^.tale
Court has enjoined the city officials frp\ph
paying or otherwise recognizing Mayor
Cahoon, his police, or any of tho old
KIN ATV CT A I. AND COPUIEUCIAI,.
7 P. M.'-Cotton quiet and firm-sales
1,800 bales; uplands 23J4 ; Orleans 23%.
Floor heavy-superfine State 4.40.
Wheat doll. Corn-new mixed Western
1.07. Mess pork email@example.com. Lard
firmer -kettle 15>vi@15^. Whiskey
firmer, at 1.04>?. Rice dull. Sugar
firmer. Molasses quiet. Freights droop?
ing-cotton steam sail }?. Money
easier, at 5@6. Gold firm, at 12@12J?.
Governments dull. Southerns firm.
BALTIMORE, April 5.-Cotton dull
middling 22,'.?? ; sales 150 hales; net re?
ST. LOUIS, April 5.-Corn buoyant
in elevator 81^82 for yellow sacked;
90@93 for white saoked. Whiskev 1.01
@1.02. Pork 27.00. Shoulders ll; clear
sides l?^.x. Lard firm, at 14bj tierce; 15
LOUISVILLE, April 5.-Corn 95. Mess
pork 27.50. Bacon 11>?@15??. Lard I
15%. Hams 18,?,<. Whiskey firm, at I
NEW ORLEANS, April 5.-Cotton firm
middling 22)?; sales 1,700 bales; receipts
4,302; stock 187,105.
CINOINNATI, April 5.-Com dull. Pro?
visions firmer and more active. Mess
pork 27.00. Bacon firm and generally
held higher; shoulders ll; sides 15(a).
155&. Lard-kettle held at lb}f
MOBILE, April 5.-Cotton quiet-mid?
dlings 21)o; sales 200 bales; receipts
CHARLESTON, April 5.-Cotton quiet
middlings 21)-.i; Bales 150 bales; receipts
433; stock 15.?57.
AUGUSTA, . April. 5.-Cotton market]
firm, with sales of 394 bales-middling |
21 ; net receipts 238.
SAVANNAH, April 5.-Cotton quiet
middling 21?(j@213?; soles 100 bales;
receipts 1,219; stock 46,972.
LIVERPOOL, April 5-Evening.-Cot?
ton closed with an upward tendency
uplands 11^@11>^; Orleans ;
sales 18.000 bules.
At the convention of railroad ticket
agents in New York, a general reduction
of about five per oent. on through pas?
senger rates to lending points South, was
The Revolution says that the owners of
Irving Hall, New York, refused to allow
the Women's Rights Convention the use1
of that hall unless negroes were excluded.
Basil Dake and Simon Bolivar Buck?
ner have both declined the office of chief
of police of Louisville, at a salary of
Pneumatic cars are now successfully
propelled in New Orleans.
COLUMBIA, S. C., January, 1870.
The Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad Company having been formed
by the consolidation of the Charlotte and
South Carolina and the Colombia and
Augusta Railroad, and having executed
a first and only mortgage on its entire
property of 195 miles, including equip?
ment, is now redeeming all the bonds
formerly issued by said two companies j
by an exchange of its first mortgage
bonds. These bonds hear seven per
cont, interest, pnyablo in Jauuary and
July, and aro amply secured by a mort
gngo on property which cost per milo
moro than three times tho amount of
bonds so issued.
The present price of tho stock and tho
business of tho road givo ampio guaran?
tee of tho security of tho obligations for
a pcrmanont investment. Indeed the
opinion is freely expressed, that thoro is
no safer bonds issued by any party or
corporation in tho Slato, and they aro
cheerfully commended to capitalists us a
For the purpose of fuudiug tho floating
debt of tho Company, 850,000 of these
bonds aro offered for sale to the public,
at tho Treasurer's Office in Columbia.
J16mw27 WM. JOHNSTON, Pres't.
f\S? every?Vi^dad h?o/a?d tiO^WV
' ?-v-r . \;im\''m*?' T III
1|f JSubRTO io stoic 250 dozen of Brado'a
W hoavyGroWn Stool HOES, Brade's Light
Steel Hoes and Rivctod Eyoo. Eiwcll'a Picke
and Plantors' Hoes, manufactured- n?ar Bir
mingbam, England, for. oar .trade, and paid
for with gold at ll J to 124 Por cent, premium,
and-wo confidently say . we are prepared to
snit the market. LOWRANCE A CO.
March-23 ._ .? 1
WE open to-day a splendid assortment of I
OPERA CLOAKS, a full lino of White
Kid Gloves and Laoe-trimmod ObemisottoB.
OnrSPflINQ STOCK is now ready for in?
spection, which will bo found, on examination, I
to be mach larger than at any previous BOO eon,
and the prices considerably lower than they
over havo been sinco WO commenced buainoss.
For the present, a discount of ten por conk,
will be allowed for specie.
Maroh 25 J. H. St M. L. KINARI).
Spring and Summer
I SAVE on banda largo and well-selected
stock of tho above QOODS, <vhicb I am offer?
ing at EXTBEMELY LOW PRICES, and pur
chasers will do well to give me a call, as I re?
spectfully solicit an examination, fooling that
it aili bo to their advantage to do so.
April 3 C. E?. JACKSON.
Spring Trade of 187a.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
THE LARGEST a*d best stock of CLOTH?
ING, HATS and Gent's FURNISHING
GOODS over brought to Columbia.
Prices as low as before the "late unpleas?
FRENCH AND ENGLISH CLOTHS,
OASSIMERE AND VESTINGS.
GARMENTS made in a stylo equal to thc
heat Northern custom work.
HATS, and everything that thc Market af?
fords, at prices that are bound to please.
Wo have, as usual,
A VJBBY LABOE STOCK,
And some very CHOICE VARIETIES.
OUR. JOBBING STOCK
lu largo, and thc attention of Countrv Dealers
is solicited. R. tc W. C. SWAFFIELD.
MY HOODS SOUSE!
REAR OF GREGG'S BUILDING,
Corner Main and Taylor Streets.
WE aro now prepared to offer to Country
Merchants and tho Trado a stock of
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, K,
Which for VARIETY IN STYLES and LOW
PRICES, cannot be surpasBod. in any market.
All goode ordered carefully ?elected, and
W. D. LOVE & CO,
W. D. LOVE,
B. B. McCREERY.
COLUMBIA JW TEL BUILDING,
Wc have each depart-iont packod full of NEW
Spring and Summer Dry Goods
Of all tho latest importations and Ameri?
can manufactures, which will bo Bold at
Gold Prices for Greenbacks,
SILVER GIVKN IN CHANGE!.
Wo aro Bhowingsomo raro novoltiea in LACE
MANTLES, and SHETLAND PANNIER MAN?
TLES, METTERNICH STYLE.
A full lino o? ALEXANDRE St COURVOI
At low prices.
Special Joh Lots of Goods offored daily.
XV. D. LOVE At CO..
.March 20 Columbia Hotol Building.
'&.%Vi?'i"i.M M?'Af'^U'b' ij-iggarr^?^
tho'following dry gooda trado Btatfstlca fotl6?:
Jackson... . M?i .620,500 lunard.. iv, .$84.500
Love....;..... 4*,1C8. ?htver.....:..187,O0O
Wo aold m oro good?. according to theae re-.
tarns, in one month, thoa one. of tho hoaees
did for the whola year; more in an weeks than
another did for tho. year; more in two months
than another did Jor the time' returned for,
and more in six mooth H than, the whole added
together." So much for amounts; now let QB
get an approximate idea of per centago: A
bonse willoh sella 121,000 per annum, with an
expense of $7,000, pRys 83 per cont.-for oohing
the.gooda, or baa to get 33 per cont, profit, to
get coat for their goode; a hoatfi that sells
$35,000 per annum, and whose expanses for
conducting business . is. $11,000, bas to add
nearly 33 percent, on the cost of its gooda, to
get cost for them. The bouse that would Bell
$45,000 for oight months, $65,000 for twelve
months, (averaging,) at an exponee of $14,000,
would have to add ou to their goods foll 20 per
cant, to get cost for them. Now, we return
$187,000, and disburse as expenses, about
$17,000, or 9 1-10 per cent, expenses tor soiling
the goods. It is easy to see ?bat aiiy business
con Juc tod on a 10 per cant, basis for expenses,
(which is entirely Coo high,) can afford to .sell
goode far below a business coating 20 percent,
to conduct; and aa to the business costing 33
per cent., tue comparison ia unnecessary. By
these Agare?, which any reader can apply, it
will be Boen why we sell goods oheaper, and
bow we can do it. Besides thoao proof?, we
desire to add, that our business arrangements
aro with men of great integrity, and among
the finest business mon of the country, lt
will bo observed.and remarked, probably, that
this is an unusual style of advertising-euch
wo intend it to be, for we have exhausted ont
knowledge of the enumeration style, and now
submit some opinions of tho press, of om
status, which we are quite proud of -tho more
especially, aa they are "nitro-glycerine, oi
spontaneous notieos." "not requiring pay:"
THE E?TECTH of, A nv KUTI s i NO.-IL C. Snivel
is called, hythe Chester Reporter, "the A. T.
Stewart of Columbia." Ho scatters bia ad
vertisemonts broadcast. Accompanying thal
which appeared.in our lust issue was tho veri
liberal order, for all papertt in the upper, tin
Eastern arid Western portions of tho State U
copy and sent! hill. Such a merchant is wort I
milliooa of business to any growing town o:
city, and is hound to accumulate largely anc
to become prominent in his department.
[Sum er WatcJiman.
Head the bard ot R. O. Shiver, of Columbia
s. C., and see what inducements aro offered
Head it carefully and prout bv it.
Fail not to road, aa directed or requested
the card of afr. II. C. Shiver, of Columbia. H
offers extraordinary inducements. MP. Shi ve
has SB extensive and variad a stock of Dr;
Goods, fancy and staple, as can bc found out
?ide of tho Northern markets, aud arnon;
which are bargains, ltcad the card, it cover
all tho ground necessary tu attract and fix at
TUE SHIVER CAUU.-Dou't fuil to read th
card of li. C. Shiver, in another columr
Shiver is tho Stewart of Columbia. His ei
tahlishment is princely.-Edgefield Adcertisei
Mr. lb C. Shiver, thc dry goods king of Ct
lumbla, knows tho value of printers' ink. St
in our colafiina this week his "Extraordin?r
Announcement" to Hie public. He has on han
$100,0d0 worth of dry goods, which he is ?el
ing at astonishingly low prices. When in Cc
lumbia, give him a call. You can also ordc
most advantageously.-Keoicee Courier.
R. C. Shiver, the liberal and progressive cb
goods merchant of Columbia, addresses tl.
people of this section of the State, in oi
columns. No visitor to Columbia should fa
to go into his establishment, and there ac
what enterprise and pood management cs
H. C. SHIVER.-Attention is called to tho ai
vortisement of this enterprising and sncces
ful merchant of Columbia. Those visiting tl
city wih li nd it to their interest to call on nie
~ [ Camden Journal.
Road B. O. Shiver's advertisement in ai
other column. He is the well-known Colur.
bia merchant, and id aelliug off his lari
stock at low ligures. . Send in your order
and trust to bis judgment in making thc s
lectiop.'-XIjbeoille J'ress and Runner.
' Wo want to talk a littlobow willi our lac
friends. By all moana read tho advortiacmei
of R.,C. Shicer. Colvfrabi*,. hearted "Extrao
dinary Announcement.'1' Mr. Shiver ha8 <
hand "$100,000 worth of dry gooda. Now, d
goods have gone down lately, and Mr. Shivc
acting like the sensible gentleman bois, wan
to get rid of his large stock; and not oo
wants to get rid of it, but he is going to si
everything ho has, and for cash, too. In c
der to do that he hus marked all of his ROO
dowu to prices that dely competition, and i
who want to buy cheap aro now afforded
chanco that may never agnin he given thu
NP matter how far you livo from Colunib:
Vvo know Mr. Shiver hy reputation, and gui
tee that all orders sunt him will bo prompi
and carefully attended to. ?-end right on I
what you need.-Barnwell .Journal.
QREATLY REDUCED PRICKS.-Do you wa
dry goods? If you do, lt. C. Shiver, at (.
lumbla, offers you especial advantages in tl
line. Tho recent heavy fall in dry gooda co
Eels him to sell at astonishingly low priceB. ]
as about $100,000 worth o? goods in the ci
of Columbia that ho is selling at very 1
figures. He wants to sell all of them;
means what he says, for bc advertises thron;
out all the up-country. Goods can bo pi
chased of him at either wholesale or rcti
So parties who do not want to purchase a gr<
many articles can get as few as they wish, a
attended to promptly, too, just as well aa
they had ordered a completo stock. His i
vertisement appoarsin our columns of tl
isane. Givo him a trial.-Greenville Enterpri
Soe tbo advertisement of Mr. lt. C. Shiv
the enterprising tradesman of Columbia,
our advertising columns of this issuo.
NEW ADVEUTISEMKMTH.-H. O. Shiver, Cob
bia, tolls tho people, aud wo know it ia tr
that he is soiling Dry Goods alarmingly che
R. C. SnrvRa advertises in this issue
fact that he has $100,000 worth of Dry Go<
that ho is determined toroalizo tho money
at once. To do this he is obliged to sell th
at figures below cost. His reasons for reduc
tho prico of his gooda aro fully set forth in
advertisement. And he is in earnest, 1
He's a real livo merchant-tho A. T. Stowi
of Colombia. Now'stho time, and hissto
tho placo, to eocure bargains. Ho can sur
yonr wants in a manner guaranteed to pies
if you'll send your order to tiim.
[ Chester Reporte
HHTVER'S POTOLAR DRY GOODS HOUSE.-1
spocial and extraordinary announcement
this widoly known establishment, recogni
as tho largest of its kind iu Columbia, wil
found in our columns to-day. Wo direct
tention to tho superior inducements offcroi
this firm.-Anderson Intelligencer.
R. C. SHIVER.-Attention is called to
attractive advertisement of R. C. Shiver,
merchant Prince of Colombia, and one of
most successful in thc South. Send \
orders to him, and receive value for 3
monoy. Mr. Shivor'a unprecedented sue
is no doubt duo to his liberal investment
printers' ink. Ho advertises in nil the leal
papera in tho State, and his orders for gc
spring up in every section of the State. !
cess to him.-Marian Star.
notice in another column under the above
tion, by Mr. R. C. Shiver, merchant of
lumbia. Mr. Shiver is now tho Merci
Princo of that city, and his establislinicr
well worth a visit. Starting, as he did at
close of the war, with avery limited bush
his present success is duo to his exec
businesu cjuajiJicationc and liberal manne
dealing, coupled, wo doubt not, with
thorough uiidcrsl anding and liberal tue o
uoiencoof advertising.-Sumter News.
ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY -Somit
that you don't eeo and hear of every
April IC [Clarendon Pre
Tb? Great Beputation
ft?f fir*? ' it ;iq . V-i." J .
Which K08K00 baa attained in all parts
of tho country,
As ? Great and Good Medicine,
And tho largo numbera of testimoni?is
which aro constantly bejrig xocolvod from.
Fh vsicians, and persons who have BEEN cnn STD
by ita use, ia CONCLUSIVE raoor of its BEMABK
AS A BLOOD PU B? Fi ER
IT HAS NO EQUAL,
BEING, POSITIVELY, .
The Most Po werf ol Vegetable Alterative
DISEASES OF THE BLOOD.
"Tho lifo of tho flesh is in the blood," is a.
Scriptural maxim that Soienco. proves to bo
trae. Tho people talk of bad blood as tho
cause of many diseases, and, like many popu?
lar opinions, this of bad blood ia founded in
truth.. '...i .,,1
Tho symptomn of bad blood aro usually
quite pl?ln: Bad digestion causes imperfect
nutrition, and, consequently, .the circulation
is feeble, tho soft, tissues loso their ?tono.'end
elasticity, ?na the tougqo Jo?pmoa, pflo,
h road and frequently covered With ?. pasty
white coat. Trna condition fiboh'anowH itself
in roughness of tho ahlr^ thou an Hitm?mi5nnd'
ULCBBA'TIVR diBeaa^fli;?fldJ:whOA'.lpTif:: coritb.
nued, results iu serious lesions of tho Brain,
Liver; tunga or Uryiary Apparatus,. Much,
very much, suffering is eauHccl hy imptirc
blood'. It ?H ostif^atO&by soma that one-fifth
of tb? h tun ii h family are affoc tod with H or of td?
in some form. . .,. \.; 0? ? .-,?
When tlie.Br?od is pure, you arc not ap Banjo
to any d lae an e. Mm iv impurities of tilts Blbod
arise from impure diseases of lai'?o: cities.
Eradicate- every impurity from tho fonhtnin of
life, and good spirits, fajr skin and vital
strength will return to you. . ,.'?
KO S?? O ?
LIVER 1 N VIG ORA TOR!
Being tlic Only Known Medicine
That EFFICIENTLY slim/dates and connncTS
the hepatic secretions and functional DEBANOE
MENTS of tho LIVER, WITHOUT DEBILITATING
the system. "While it acts freely upon tho
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
lowish-brown spots on tho face and other parts
of the-body; dullness and drowsiness, some?
times headache; bitter or bad tasto in tho
mouth, internal heat; in many casca 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 sides, back or
breast, and about the shoulders; constipation
of tho hovels; piles, flatulence, coldness of
the extremities, Ac.
33L O & EL O O !
Is a remedy of Wonderful Efficacy in the cure
of diaoaees of the Kidneys and Jiladder. In
these Affections, it is as near a sp?cifia as any
remedy can ie. It does its work ki adi ?j, silently,
and surely. The Relief which It affords is both
certain and perceptible.
DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS AND
Persons unacquainted with tho structure
and functions of the Kidneys, cannot estimate
tho importance ot their healthy action.
Bogular aud suQicient action of tho Kidneys
is as important, nay, oven more so, than regu?
larity of tho bowols. The Kidneys remove
from'tho Blood those effeto matters which, if
permitted to remain, would speedily destroy
lira. A total suspension of the urinary dis?
charges will occasion death from thirty-six tc
When tho Urine is voided in small quanti?
ties at tho time, or when there ie a disposition
to Urinate more frequently than natural, or
when tho Urine is high colored or scalding,
with weakness in the small of the back, it
should not be trifled with or delayed, but
Koakoo should be taken at once to remedy the
difficulty, boforo a lesion of tho organs takes
plac?. Most of tho diseases of tho Bladder
originato from those of tho Kidnevs, the Urine
being imperfectly secreted in the Kidneys,
prove irritating to tho Bladder and Urinal v
passages. When we recollect that medicine
nover roaches the Kidneys except through tho
general circulation of tho Blood, we seo how
necessary it is to keep the Fountain of Lifo
K O S K O O !
Meet.} with great success in the cure of
Diseases of Nervous System.
Almost nine-tenths of our people suffer from
nervous exhaustion, and aro,-therefore, liablo
to its concomitant evils of mental depression,
confused ideas, softening of the brain, insani?
ty, and complete breaking down of the general
hoalth. Thousands aro suffering to-day with
broken-down nervous systems, and; unfortu?
nately, tobacco, alcohol, lato hours, o vor-work,
(piontal and physical,) aro oausing disoases
of the nervous system to increase at a fearful
The symptoms to which diseases of the ner?
vous system give riso, may bo stated as fol?
lows: A dull, hoavy feeling in tho head, some?
timos moro or less severo pain or headache;
Periodical Headache, Dizziness, Noises or
Binging in tho Head; Confusion of Idea?;
Tomporary Loss of Memory; Dejection of
Spirits; Starting during Sleep; Bad Dreams;
Hesitation in Answering Questions; Dullness
of Hearing; Twitching of tho Faco and Arms,
ftc., which, if not promptly treated, lead to
Paralysis, Delirium, Insanity, Impotoncy,
Apoploxy, Ac, Ac.
K 0 S Si 0 0
Is NOT a secret quack remedy. FORMULA
around each bottle. Recommended by the best
Physicians, eminent Divines, Editors, Drug?
gists, Merchants, Ac.
Tlir Betti ;i mi Most Popular Medicine
l'I?Kf.VBED ONLY BY
J. J. LAWRENCE, M. D.,
o n o A Nie; cn EM is T,
Laboratory and Office, No. G Main street,
PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
For sale hy Druggists everywhere.
Feb '2S Gino
''Bacon, Coffee and Segar?,
BY D. C. PE?XOTTO & SOW.
THIS MORNING. Gtb April, flt 10 o'clock, in
front of oar Auction Room, we will positively
eell. on account of ell concerned,
- liage Rio Coffee, :/??
- Cwt Bacon Sh ou Id oro,
- Bbla. Flour and Potatoes,
- Boxes Segara, branda "GrandDutohoss,"
"Paul Morphy." "Ungo,!* Ac. aqmo of thom
imported brands, and damaged in transporta?
Immediately after above,
5 Illida. Primo Western C. R. Sides,
0 Oases Prime Dry Salted Sides and Bellies,
2 Cases Sugar-Cured Shoulders,
40 Bbl H. Extra and Family Floor,.
Boxes Cheeae, Soaps, Bble. Mob esea, 4c.
Sale without any reserve, and positively to
closo consignment. Terms cash. April 6
Ammo n tated So In b 1 o
Manu Tao lured by tho
Navassa Guano Co.. Wilmington H. G.,
In Bags or Barrels.
THI8 FERTILIZER is prepared with the
utmost care, aiid contains overy constitu?
ent desirable for any crop to which it may ba
applied. It ia especially adapted to the growth
COTTON, COHN, CEREALS,
And all kinda of
FRUITS A ND VEGETABLES.
It is manufactured of. the same material from
which the celebrated
PATAPSCO . GUANO CO. '-a Tu oar II ATE
Is prepared, and reforence is made to that
Company, (G5 South, etrect, Balti?
more,' rforittf efficiency, qua?
?. R. BUJDGEBS. President.
DONALT) MACIIA?; Tre?aiif er and Seoretarv,
Wilmington, N. C.- ' : . . .to'.)
. LONDON A JONES, Agent?,
Jan 21 t3oap_. ^.yBpok Hfll. S. C.
"STILL III Ajkmvm
Good? Purchnotd ct I^oyrco t jQold Pricer..
the following axticlea, ^hion : will he sold at
astonishing low prices: Gold and Silver
WATCHES; Fino GOLD JEWELRY; Watch
Chains, Silverware,' Spectacles,'American and
French Clocks. Statues, Toilet Sots, Pocket
Booka, Faun, Musical Boxea, and many other
articles too numerous to mention.
March 22 Columbia Hotel Bow.
Pure Dixon Cotton Seed.
WE OFFER for salo ; bushels Dickson
Cotton Seed, grown from seed obtained
from Mr. David Dickson, Oxford Ga., last
spring, and which waa selected by him for his
own use. Notwithstanding . the unprece?
dented dry season, wo gathered from 1,500 to
2,500 pounds to the aoro-making twenty-six
bales to one mule. Price 13.00 per bushel.
OXFOBD, Ga., November 4, 1860.
I do certify that 1 sold to; Messrs.. Richard
O'Ncalo A Son, of Columbia, fl. C., some of my
dioico improved Cotton Seed, for planting
purposes. They proposed to sell a portion of
what thoy raised. Plantera purchasing tho
Seed they raise mav rely upon. getting the
genuine Dickson See'd. DAVID DICKSON.
We are Mr. Dickson's Agents here, and will
order Seed directfrom Mr. Dickson, if desired.
Price $5 00 from ono to'five bushels, or $4 00
for five and upwards.
Fnh 16 wf RICH ARD,O'NEAfyE A SON.
German Cattle Powder.
?aMwu?qfr FOR tho ooro and pre von t ion of all
"^S?M?g diseases to . winch Oxen, Milch
i/fo-ffi Cowd. Sheep and Hogs aro subject,
i'annuls, Drovers and others will find this an
excellent Medicine, and none should be withont
it. It purifies tho blood, carries off all gross
humors, and thus; provente diaoase?. lt im?
proves their anpearance and condition. When
cattle are oppressed with heat^fatigue and in
low spirits, a few doses will restore them. For
I Milch Gows, it ia an invaluable powder when
calving; it increases the quantity and richneas
of tim mdk and improves their worth. To
have good cattle, take caro of them. This
Powder is for sale onlrat tho Drug Storo of
Dec 10 t_EI8HBK A HEINITSH.
The Kew State Code,
INTERLEAVED and Bound, $2.50.
Paper Covor, not Interleaved, $1.00.
Acts of Legislature, 1860-70, $1.00.
Official copies of the above for sale.
Mail your orders to ,
BRYAN A McCARTER,
March 30 Columbia, 8. C.
To the Public in General.
IHAVE better COTTON 8EED than any
man who advertises Seed for sale. Mine
is tho improved BOYD PROLIFIC, which ex
I cols any other. The prico is $2.50 per bueno!.
An examination of my proofs will he convino
! ing. 1 refer to Jocob H. Wells and J. D. Hilt.
! Call and look at the growth, in Botcher Town.
Doo 3 N. POPE.
THE undersigned gives notice that, be witt
apply to Ho.i. William Hmson Wfgg,
Judge of Probate, at his officio, in Columbia,
at 10 o'clock, on 0th April, 1870, for final dis?
charge as Executor of Elizabeth Oradick and
aa Administrator of Catherina Oradick and
Christina Oradick. deceased.
March i> fl3_ DAVID ORADICK.
To all Whom it Hay Concern.
HAMBURG. 8. C., JANUABX 16, 1870.
BEING appointed and commissioned as tho
Receiver of the Hamburg Bank, all par?
ties having transactions with Bald Bank will
communicate with FRANK ARNIM.
2Afin POUNDS OF BACON STRIPS
. \_/\_JvJ and Breast I'iecca,
5 casks Davis' Sugar-Cured Hams,
25 bb ls., balf-bbla. and kegs Leaf Lard,
300 lbs. Mutton Hams. For aale bv
Feb 2C EDWARD HOPE.
Bonds and Stocks.
nO LO AND SILVER.
UNOUERENT BANK BILLS,
Coupons. Mutilated Currency, Ac, Au.,
Ac, bought and sold by D. GAMBltlLL,
Feb 15 3mo Ofl>?o Columbia Hotel Building.
For Sale or Rent,
I ONE of thc most elegant RESIDENCES
j*? in the eily. Salo preferred, to change in
I jj?Lvcatnieiit. Terms casv. Apply to
POPE A HASKELL, At (or nova at. Law,
j F?>b 5 Scott'* Range. Malo Streot.
PERSONS in ward of nist-clnb? RODS, can
bo supplied hy leaving their orders at tho
post Office, or at J. W. Smith's Mn shop, Plain
street. HAWLEY A CO.
i)1 KITS North Carolina MOUNTAIN BUT?
?5 I. TER for ??ale low by thc package.
March 0 GEO. 8YMMEKS