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Foreign Bown. '
EDINBURGH, April ll.-?-The woodwork
of both shafts of both gates of the. mines
wore burnod and seven minora suffocated.
Forty-nine" were rescued.
MADHID, April 10.-Barricades in the
suburbs of Barcelona wore carried by
the Captain Goueral, aided by Baldrioh's
contingents, after some aovero fighting,
and army conscriptions are now progress?
ing. Tho . con sor ip ti ou has been termi?
nated everywhere in Spain and the im?
mediate cause of conflict ceased.
250 Cubans left last Tuesday for Cuba,
The casualties at Barcelona wore not
heavy. - Tho Spanish Government has
ordered the Coban authorities to release
the American steamer Lloyd.
PARIS, April 12.-In the Corps L?gis?
latif, yesterday, Jules Favre regretted
the resignation of Buffet, who showed a
disposition to stand by the prerogative
of the ohamber. Segnls, replying, de?
scribed Buffet as the defender of repub?
licanism, but the enemy of liberty
prodooing much excitement. Ollivier
addressed tho chamber, but was inter?
rupted by ories of "You made promises."
During the speech he expressed the opin?
ion that the nation could vote on plebe
scitum. The Emperor reviewed the
troops at tho Place du Carrousal. Louise
Maugine, the candidate of tho party of
the left, has been elected.
An unarmed man was arrested during
the review yesterday, for shouting "ven?
geance against the Emperor."
BOMB, April ll.-The Archbishop of
Baltimore has published a sharp reply to
the recent letter of the Bishop of Or?
The lost chapter of the first schema of
tho dogma of infallibility will bo voted
upon to-day. The opponents required
the vote in writiog.
LONDON, April 12.-Captain Hayles, of
the Saxonia, from New Orleans, reports
the prevalence of heavy Easterly gales
and unusually high seas, until the thirty
fifth degree latitude was passed.
Many more non-conformists ministers
protest to Gladstone against the sectarian
clausen of the educational bill.
Captain Lacon publishes a communi?
cation in the Pall Mall Gazelle, wherein
he defends the ottioers of tbe American
steamer Oneida, and says, nineo tho
order of council of August 4, it is doubt?
ful if there is any rale of the road at soat.
TORONTO, April 12.-Preparations for
an expedition to the Bed River country
are progessing; it will depart early in
ST. JOHNS, April 12.-The new pilot
boat Jobo Mullen, eight days out, it is
feared has been lost, with all aboard.
CHARLESTON, April 12.-Arrivod -
sohooner Jeddie, Philadelphia.
NEW YORK, April ll.-Edward J. Kurtz
died last night, aged 43.
The Anti-Sluvery Society has finally
A Panama letter says Salgar has boen
declared President of Colombia. A bill
recognizing Cubans as belligerents passed
the Senate. The banishment of General
Mosquerra has been revoked. The Da
rien Canal treaty passed the first reading
A Lima letter says a freshet over?
flowed the oily of Sambeycque and the
rice fields of tho Provinco districts for
the present year. Total damage, $5,000,
The Herald has a special from Paris
that Count Daiu would probably retire
from the ministry. A council of Minis?
ters has been held, to consider a ohoico
of successors should the crisis eventuate
in such or other resignations. Ollivier
remains Premier. It is rumored that
Viscount de la Guersonnier and Mogno
will be called for the vacant places.
SCHENECTADY, April ll.-Two three
story buildings in course of ereotiou fell,
killing one and injuring three persons.
CINCINNATI, April ll.-Tho elections
in Montgomery County have been de?
cided against tho Republicans, because
inmates of tho soldiers* home and not
citizens were allowed to vote.
RICHMOND, April 12.-Judgo Chase
oonsents that the mayorulty case shall
be heard by the Virginia Court of Ap?
peals, where he says it belongs. The
Appeal Court was organized to-day.
ST. LOUIS, April 12.-Dwight Dunkar
hus been appointed City Treasurer, vice
defaulter Suzesky. Adolph Koger has
boen arrested, charged with robbing the
oity treasury of $23,000. A quartermas?
ter's train, encamped near Bluff Creek,
lost 139 animals March G, by robbers,
who are reported to be whites disguised
NEW YORK, April 12.-The reading of
letters of McFarland wero listened to
with breathless attention; some of them
are very curious. Several witnesses
swear McFarland was a monomaniac.
WASHINGTON, April 12.-Able lawyers
have been retained by either party in
the bureau of Howard'corruption inves?
Vioe-President Colfax has jost been
made tho happy father of a boy baby.
The Reconstruction Committeo heard
Senter finally this morning; his evidence
and statements satisf/neither party; he
suggests nothing but that Federal sol?
diers bo placed under his control, where?
with he promises to maintain peace.
The House, after stubborn resistance ou
the report of Schonck, postponed tho
tariff, and took up Hunt vs. Sheldon,
from Louisiana. A spirited debato is
In tho Sonato, tho bill restoring the
Washington relics to Mrs. Custis Loo,
which passed the House, was referred to
tho Senate Military Committee. The
joint Indian committee up; indefinito
postponement was defeated, and argu?
ment is progressing. Tho Sonato Com?
mittee on Commerce agreed to report in
favor of directing tho Socrotary of War
to survey a route for the James River
and Knnawha Canal.
M im uniiiiii ? ii^iwiinhiiMWBiwlM^
Tho Prosidebt hilo signed tho bill re?
moving Sbobor's disabilities. Ho will
now be .seated as a member from North
Internal revenue receipts to-day, $185,
000. ; in the month to dato, 86,000,000.
Tho President has retnrned.
Pope xviii probably succeed Thomasin
command of the Paoiflo division.
A despatch received by the Spanish
Minister here, to-day, asserts that the
Spanish Bank of Havana has lent the
Cover n mont S5.000,000, without interest.
The President bas Dominated S. T.
Day, of Florida, Consul at Picton ; Ed?
ward Johnson, of Arkansas, at Ghent.
Treasury disbursements for the month
to date are smaller than for any corres?
ponding period daring tho last ten years.
In the Senate, tho Georgia bill was
taken up-by 20 to 29-and discussed
by Tipton in favor of the Bingham
amendment, and by Howo against the
admission of the State, and in favor
of a provisional government. The lat?
ter argued that the State Constitution
allowed the Legislature to perpet?ate
itself indefinitely, and it was not repub?
lican in form ; and that whon two parties
in a State hated eaoh other moro than
they hated injustice and outrage, neither
should be alluwed ascendancy ; without
a vote, tho qucsttion comen up again to?
In the Houso, Hunt vs. Sheldon occu?
pied all day ; a voto occurs to-morrow.
$3,000 has been appropriated to the
Committeo for iovestigation of tho bu?
reau of Howard's alleged corruption.
Stevenson made a minority report,
supported by four of tho Election Com?
mittee, in favor of seating Segar as a
member at large for Virginia. Adjourned.
Not loug ago Major Callahan, of the
Fourth United States Cavalry, was kill?
ed in Texas, and there were some feitrs
tbat he had been foully dealt with by
civilians, but an investigation proved
that bo was killed by two drunken sol?
diers under his command, whom he had
attempted to arrest.
The proposition to pay members of
Parliament meets with as much opposi?
tion in England as one not to pay mem?
bers of Congress would in this oeuntry.
FINANCIAL. AN I) COMMERCIAL.
NEW TORE, April 12-Noon.-Stocks
unsettled. Money easy, at 6(2)6. Ex?
change-long 9*? ; short 9%. Gold 13??.
Bouds W%. Tennessee's, ex-coupon,
593?; new 53%; Virginia's, ex-coupon,
70%; new 69; Louisiana's, old, 76;
new 72>.<; levee 6's 76 ??; 8's 92; Alabama
8's 97 *?; 5's80; Georgia 6's 85; 7's 93;
North Oarolioo's, old, 46;1.?; new 22;
South Carolina's, old, 87; new 81.
Wheat, corn and flour dull and d moping.
Pork quiet-mess 27.75. Lard quiet, at
lSUiml?^i steam. Cotton easier, at
23(?123^; Orleans 23%. Freights dall.
7 P. M.-Gold closed firm, at 12%.
Government's unsettled-62's 11J?.
Southern's dull. Cotton dull and heavy;
sales 1,200 bales-uplands 23}4@23%.
Flour heavy aud declining-superfino
State firstname.lastname@example.org; common to fair extra
Southern email@example.com. Wheat heavy, and
l@2o. lower, with moro doing-winter
red and amber Western firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corn-new mixed Western 1.06(a)1.08.
Pork 27.75?27.87. Lard heavy-kettle
16@17>?. Whiskey lower-1.01,'?@
1.02}?. Freights steady.
BALTIMORE, April 12.-Flour active
and higher on low and medium grades
Howard street superfino email@example.com.
Wheat steady-Maryland 1.35(a)1.44;
Pennsylvania firstname.lastname@example.org. White corn
1 email@example.com; yellow firstname.lastname@example.org. Oats
60@62. Pork email@example.com. Bacon
firm-shoulders 12%. Whiskey 1.02@
1.03. Cotton quiet but firm-middling
23; sales 200 bales; receipts 147; stock
CINCINNATI, April 12.-Corn firm
sound 88@90. Whiskey declined-98.
Mess pork active, at 28.25. Bacon hold
-shoulders 12; olear sides 16j.<. Lard
held at 16. but little offered.
ST. LOUIS, April 12.-Corn firm, at
87@93. Whiskey dull, at 1.00. Pork
firstname.lastname@example.org. Bacon jobbing
sales-shoulders 11>2@H?4? clear sides
16???16%. Lard firm, at 15^(rtU6
steam and kottlo.
LOUISVILLE, April 12.-Corn 97. Pork
29.00. Shoulders 12; sides lO^'?^.
CHARLESTON, April 12.-Cotton quiet
and weak-middling 21%@22 ; sales 50
bales ; receipts 618 ; stock 16,641.
AUGUSTA, April 12.-Cotton market
active, but nt lo wer rates; sales 500 bales ;
receipts 450-middling 20@20%.
SAVANNAH, April 12.-Cotton in fair
demand for lower grades-middling 22 ;
sales 300 bales ; rcceiots 1,389 ; stock
MOBILE, April 12.-Cotton qu?et but
steady-middling 21%?22; sales GOO
bales; receipts 206; stock 51,941.
NEW OHLEANS, April 12.-Cotton
middling 22j? ; sales 1,800 ; stock 177,
GALVESTON, April 12.-Cotton inactive
and drooping-good ordinary 18%; re?
ceipts 1,150; stock 26,192.
LONDON, April 12-Noon.-Consols
O?i?. Bonds 90%.
LIVERPOOL, April 12-3 P. M.-Cotton
dull aud unchanged-uplands 11>^; Or?
leans llYarns and fabrics at Man?
PARIS, April 12.-The Bourse opened
firmer-rentes 73f. 62c.
LIVERPOOL, April 12-Evening.-Cot?
ton quiet-uplands llj^; Orleans llj?;
speculation and export 1,000 bales.
On 5th instant, at tho rcshlonco of tho
brhlo'B father, hy Hov. \V. Hard, Mr. WIL?
LIAM MULLER, formorlv of Columbia, 8. C.,
and M IHM BI A lt Y HUTU MEYER, oldest daugh?
ter al John U. Moyer, Esq , of Augusta, Oa,
W. J. HOKE
WgSa* HAS just received, and open- .
BkWS <-'". a lurKo stock of SPRING vft?
JW?B AND HU M MER Kl
CLOTHING, HATS, JUL
__, . COLLARS, TI1?S, Aa,
Which ho proponen to Boll on tho most roason
able terms. Call and examino for yoursolvcs.
April 10 f
NORTH-IVE?TEUN L AIVD?.-OaBh paid
for lands in Iowa, Kanons, Nebraska and
Part?as wiobing to Bell, will please: eond uo
tho number of. their luuda, wita lo weet cash
Brice. We bay at reduced prices lands wbiob
ie taxes have bc o a neglected ior a few years.
Address P. O. Box 8,855 New York, or onr
Wostern office, Galesburg, Illinois.
April 12 3 E. O. fe O. L. DAVID8QN.
r HAVE JUST REC HIVED a full Stock of
A. MILITARY GOODS, Bui ted to all grad ca of
Officers-both Field and Stall.
April 10 Imo_WM. GLAZE.
A Largo and Comfortable HOUSE, on
the corner of Blanding and Bickens
streets. Inquiro at this office.
Increase the Product of Your Farm.
Concentrated Barn Yard Manure.
" PHUINE. "
THIS IB a combination of all tho valuable
fertilizing properties of 8tablo and Barn
Yard Manure, and is warranted to bo a perfect
compound. For Cotton, it is an invaluable
manure-cheaper than auy other Fertilizer in
tho market. Farmers, Planters, Gardoners
will do bettor to buy "PHUINE" than any
other comport, as it will Becuro a good crop.
For salo by " FISHER & H KI Nil SH,
April 61 DrngRiats.
Spring and Summer
I HAVE on hand a large and w< 11-Bclectod
Btock of tho abovo GOOD8, which I am offer?
ing at EXTREMELY LOW PRICES, and pur?
chasers will do well to givo mc a call, aa I re?
spectfully Bolicit an examination, feeling that
it will bc to their advantage to do so.
April 3 C V' JACKSON.
South Carolina Jockey Club.
^Ul^, THE MEMBERS of tho
^3B3fiHEKS-r Club aro requested to ut
g Ta ^-^^ ? end ameotiug on THURS?
DAY, the 11TH instant, at Hibernian Hall, at
8 o'clock P. M., on bu?inoBS of great import?
ance. E. P. MILLIKEN, Secretary.
CHARLESTON, April 8. 1870._G
j*m THE fast trotting Messenger
-sn-sl^ftS Stallion DANVILLE will eeaaon
fgSSasy VB in Richland Countv, thia spring,
^\~jL-jflTat Agnew fe. Co.'s Livery Stable,
iMMMPBailjn Columbia, where ho can be
seen; also, at W. H. Dowdy's, on tho Wood?
ward plantation in tho Fork, and alternately
at the abovo places every nine days. For par?
ticulars apply at tho abovo places.
Danville took tho drat prize at our last State
Fair for speed, aud eau show as Ano colts as
any in tho Stato. April 1 Imo
HAVING removed my placo of buBinesB to
the stand formerly occupied hy Dr. Berry,
next to Pollock Houso, my patrons will lind
me at that place hereafter, with a full and
complete- assortment of SPRING GOOD8,
consistingof English. French and Scotch Cas
simeres, Neck Tics, and Gent's Furnishing
Goods generally. A call is solicited.
March 24_J. F. EISENMANN.
LANDS of the estate of R. N. Lewis, de?
ceased, consisting of tho following valua?
A PLANTATION, containirg 218 acres, in
Richland County, on the brauchen of Six Milo
Creek, and bounded by lands of John Kiusler
and Jamea Douglas.
A Tract of Land, in Richland County, five
miles from Columbia, containing about 735
acres, on branch, waters of Crano Creek.
A valuable Tract, in tho County of Lexing?
ton, opposito Columbia, known as tho Maver?
ick Tract, containing about 127 acres; on it a
beautiful sito for a residence, convenient to
A Tract, in Richland County, containing
about 250 acres, and bounded by lauds of Joel
Martin and others.
A Tract, in Richland County, containing
about 25G acres, on tho branches of Sandy
Run and Terrible, waters of tho Wktcrce
Rivor; bounded hy lnnda of Thomas Miles and
Apply to F. w. MCMASTER,
Attorney at Law, No. 5 Law Rango, Columbia.
March 31_ _t.h_li5_
KAA BUSHELS COTTON SEED, of snpe
t)UU rior quality. For particular?, in?
quiro at KRAFT'S BAKERY,
April 1 _ Main street.
From thc Cloud's Creek Quarries, Edgejield
County, ft. o'.
THE abovo superior MILL-STONES have
boon "weighed ill thc balance (iron) and
not found wanting." Orders Ailed at abort
notice. Address E. W. McLENNA,
March 30 ||12jGH2_Leesville, 8. C.
WE havo in atoro 250 dozen of Brade's
heavy Crown Steol HOES, Brado's Light
Steol Hoes and Riveted Eyes. Elwell's Picks
and Planters' Hoes, manufactured near Bir?
mingham, England, for our trade, and paid
for with gold at 11A to 12 j por cont, premium,
and we confidently say wo aro prepared to
suit tho markot._LOWRANCE A CO.
The New State Code,
INTERLEAVED and Bound, $2 50.
Paper Cover, not Interleaved, $1.00.
Acts of Logislaturo, 18(19-70, $1.00.
Official copies of tho abovo for salo.
Mail your orders to
BRYAN A MoCARTER,
Maroh 80_Columbia, 8. O.
Hoes, Steel and Iron.
OfVrv DOZEN Brade's CROWN HOES, as
t?\J\J sorted B?ZCB.
20,000 lbs. English PLOW STEEL, assorted
50,000 lhB. Genuine SWEDES IRON, assort?
Tho abovo aro of direct importation from
Stockholm, Birmingham and Sheffield, and
aro, therefore, of euperior qualities to North?
ern imitions. J. & T. R. AGNEW.
The Rest Fitting
AND moat durahlo KID GLOVES mado,
at_ lt. A W. O. H W AFFI ELD'S.
H ?)K BARRELS IRISH POTATOES, in fino
For salo low for cash by EDWARD HOPE.
T .i - nutt, g i i ?-Ti . ! - T - .r ??
SPHIK& ?O ODS.
\?r? opon to-day a splondtd assortment of
W O PE P. A CLOAKS, a full lino of White
Kid QIOVOB and Laco-trinimod Chemisettes.
Onr SPUING STOCK ia now ready for in?
spection, which will bo found, on examination,
to bo much larger than at any previous season,
and the prices considerably lower than tboy
over have boen atneo wo commencod boniness.
For tho preaont, a discount of ton per cont,
will b?. allowed for anecio.
March 25_J. H. & M. Ii. KINARD.
IEEE undersigned, having lonated in thia
. city, would oiler hia services to all in want
of am ono to decorate their Gardens, in
French or Swiaa ntylca. Will aleo attona to
putting ap all kinds of Fancy Work, such aa
fountains and Natural Water-fallB, Fertilizing
Side Hill Ditches, Bridges, Landscapes, Tem?
ples, Arbors, Uno PavomentB, Fire and Water?
proof Roofs, and d?corations of all kinda.
Address through tho Post Office,
March 2 t3mo_W. AUG. D'ELMAB.
THE undersigned gives notico that on thc
second day of May n xt ho will apply tc
tho Judge of Prnbato for this County for e
tinal discharge as Guardian of JOHN J. UN
GER. JOHN HILLER.
LEXINGTON. March 22,1870. timo
THE undersigned gives notice that ho wil
apply to Uo.i. William Hntson Wigg
Judge nf Probate, at his office, in Columbia
at 10 o'clock, on 9th April, 1870, for iinal dis
charge as Executor of Elizabeth Grad ide am
as Administrator of Catherine Gradick am
Christina Gradick, deceased.
March 9 H3_DAVID GRADICK.
THE undersigned gives notico that on th
second day of May next ho will apply t<
tho Judge of Probato of this County for i
final discharge as Guardian of M?HB CLAUDE
D. and ADELAIDE E. HENDRIX and E. J
SCOTT HENDRIX. JOHN H. COUNTS.
LEXINOTIQN, March 22.1870._fimo
Manufactured by tho
Navassa Guano Go.. Wilmington N. G
In Bags or Barrels.
THIS FERTILIZER is prepared with th
utmost caro, and contains every constiti
ent desirable for any crop to which it may t
applied, lt is especially adapted to thegrowt
COTTON, CORN, CEREALS,
And all kinds of
FRUIT8 AND VEGETABLES.
It is manufactured of the same material fro:
which the celebrated
PATAPSOO GUANO CO.'S PHOSPHATE
Is prepared, and rcferonco is mado to th
Company, (05 South street, Balti?
more, ) for its efficiency, qua?
lity and uniformity.
h. R. BRIDGERS. Pr?sident.
DONALD MACUAE, Treasurer aud Secretar
Wilmington, N. C.
LONDON A JONE8, Agents,
Jan ai tSoftO_Rock Hill. 8. C.
A RUMOR having hoon circulated that tl
NICKERSON HOUSE would shortly close,
bo opened aa a female school: This ia to i
form the public, that at a meeting of t!
Trust?es, on tho 10th inst., they abandon
tho idoa of opening a school for tho prcBOi
Tho public will bear in mind thc matter, a
will find tho Nickorson House unsnrpaaecd
any Hotel in tho eily. A call is solioitcd. Fi
Omnibus to and from Hotel. Charges, $3 p
day. Families and others wanting board c
bo accommodated on reasonable terms.
WM. A, WRIGHT,
March 20 Imo Proprietor, Columbia. S.C
Buy to the Best Advantage.
w. A,TAR?T& CO
Bridge atreet, near Gatos,
Enfiel SELL GOODS as Cheap, if notChei
S??'jfep l^an any h?UB0 iQ Columbia. G
^K*hn?Jthem a trial. March 1
JUST received, imported direct from B
Ono cask Brandenburg Freres COGNi
vint ago 1835.
Ono cask Pinot, Caatillon A Co.'s; very fir
For salo hy_GEO. KYM MERS
PERSONS in want of lirst-claas RODS, i
bo suppliod by leaving their orders at
Post Otlice, or at j. W. Smith's tin shop. Pl
street. HAWLEY Si CC
STILL IN~ADVANCE !
Gooils Purchased lowest GoI<! Prii
NEW ABBIVALS DAILY !
tho fo^to which will lm s^oh
astonishing low prices: Gold and Si
WATCHES; Fino GOLD JEWELRY; Wi
Chains, Silverware, Spectacles, American
French Clocks, Statues, Toilet Sets, Poi
Books, Kans, Musical Boxes, and many o
articles too numerous to mention.
ISAAC SULZ BACHER.
March 22 Columbia Hotel Ro
DICKSON'S IMPROVED COTTON SE
ROWN from Soed purchased direct),
\JT Mr. David Dickson, in 18G7, and carol
preserved from mixing or adulteration 1
1 will deliver tho Seed, sacked in good ot
at tho Louisville Depot, South Carolina 1
road, at $2.00 per bushel, for any amount
dor 5 bushels, or at $1.50 nor bushel, foi
amounts in excess of 5 bushels.
A. P. AM AK LR, St. Matthew's, S.
I respectfully refer to tho below named
(lomon, who purchaacd Sood of molastspi
tor information touching tho pnrity and s
rioritv of tho Soed, to wit : Hon. T. J. G
wyn, Dr. A. R. Tabor, Fort Motto; P. M. 1
sor, Eaq., and Wm. Paulling, P^aq., St.
thew's; E.R. Beckwith, Esq., Jamison's;
Captain F. H. W. Briggmanu and W. B. Mi:
Eaq., Orangcburg CourtUouso ; all cf Ora
burg County, S. C._Feb ll 8?
Guns and Ammunition.
TUST received bv William Glaze, fine '.
Mah BREECH-LOADING GUNS, lino ;
Uah Powder, in Canisters, Shot and Caps, <
kind. Ono door North of Messrs. 8cott,
Hams fi Co.'.' Bunking House. Bec
KO SK O O !
The Great Reputation
Which EOSEOO has attained in all parts
of tho country,
As a Great and Good Medicine,
And tho largo numbera of testimonials
which aro constantly bring received from
Physicians, and persons who have BEEN CUBED
by its use, is CONCLUSIVE PROOF of its REMARK?
AS A BLOOD PURIFIER
IT HAS NO EQUAL,
The Most Powerful Vegetable Alterative
DISEASES OF THE BLOOD.
"Tho life of tho flesh is in tho blood," is a
Scriptural maxim that Science provea to be
truo. Tho people talk of bad blood as tho
cauBB of many diecaaoa, and, liko many popu?
lar opinions, this of bad blood is founded in
The symptoms of bad blood aro usually
quite plain. Bad digestion causes imperfect
nutrition, and, consequently, tho circulation
is foeble, tho soft tissueB loso their tono and
elasticity, and tho tongue becomes palo,
broad and frequently covered with a pasty
whito coat. This condition soon shows itself
in roughness of tho akin, then in ERUPTIVE and
ULCERATIVE discasoa, and, when long conti?
nued, results in sorious lesions of the Brain,
Liver, Lungs or Urinary Apparatus. Much,
vory much, Buffering ia caused by impure
blood. It is (intimated by Horne that Ono-Ufth
of tho human family aro affected with Scrofula
in some form.
When the Blood is pnro, you aro not BO liablo
to any diseaBO. Many imparities of tho Blood
arise from impure diseases of large cities.
Eradicato every impurity from the fountain of
life, and good BpiritB, fair skin and vita)
strength will return to you.
K O S K O O !
Being tlie Only Known Medicine
That EFFICIENTLY stimulates and CORRECTS
tho hepatic secretions and functional DERANGE
MENTs of tho LIVER, WITHOUT DEDILITATINO
tho system. While it acta freely upon tho
Liver, instead of copious purging, it gradually
changes the discharges to a perfectly natural
Symptoms of Liver Complaint awl of
some of those Diseases produced by il:
A sallow or yellow color of tho skin, or yol
lowiah-brown spotBon the face and other parts
of tho body; dullness and drowsiness, some?
times boadache; bitter or bad taste in tho
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 tho stomach and
Hides; aggravating painB in tho sideB, back or
breast, and about tue ahouldere; constipation
of tho bowols; piles, flatulence, coldness, of
the extremities, Ao.
ISL O & 33L O <0> !
Is a remedy of Wonderful Efficacy ia 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. The Belief which it affords is both
certain and perceptible.
DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS AND
Persons unacquainted with the structure
and functions of tho Kidneys, cannot estimate
tho importance ol their healthy action.
Regular and sufficient action of tho Kidneye
is as important, nay, oven more so, than regu?
larity of tho bowels. Tho Kidneys remove
from tho Blood those effete matters which, if
permitted to remain, would speedily destroy
lifo. A total suspension of tho urinary dis?
charges will occasion death from thirty-six tc
When the Urine is voided in small quanti?
ties at the timo, or when there is a disposition
to Urinate moro frequently than natural, or
when tho Urine is high colored or scalding,
with weaknees in tho small of the back, it
should not bo trifled with or delayed, but
Koskoo should bo takcu at oncoto remody tho
difticultv. before a lesion of tho organs takes
??lace. "Moat of tho diseases of tho Bladder
originate from thoso of tho Kidneys, tho Urino
being imperfectly secreted in tho Kidneys,
provo irritating to tho Bladder and Urinarv
passages. When wo recollect that medicino
never reaches tho Kidneys except through tho
general circulation of tho Blood, wo seo how
noccssary it is to keep tho Fountain of Lifo
Moot! with groat sucoess in tho cure of
Diseases of Nervous System.
Almost nino-tenths of ourpconlo Huffer from
nervous exhaustion, and aro, therefore, liablo
to its concomitant evils of mental depression,
confused ideas, softening of tho brain, insani?
ty, and completo breaking down of the general
health. Thousands aro suffering to-day with
broken-down nervous systems, and, unfortu?
nately, tobacco, alcohol, late hours, over-work,
(monta) and physical,) aro canning disoases
of tho nervous ays tom to increase at a fearful
Tho symptoms to which diseases of tho ner?
vous system give riso, may ho stated as fol?
lows: A dull, heavy feeling in the hoad, some?
times moro or loss sovero pain or boadache;
Periodical Headache, Dizziness, Noises or
Ringing in tho Head; Confusion of Idoas;
Temporary Loss of Memory; Dejection of
Spirits; Starting during Sloop; Bad Dreams;
Hesitation in Answoring Questions; Dullness
of Hearing; Twitching of tho Faco and Arms,
Ac, which, if not promptly treated, lead to
Paralysis, Delirium, Insanity, Impotency,
Apoplexy, Ac, Ac.
Is NOT a secret quack remedy. FORMULA
around each bottle. Recommended hy tho boat
Physicians, eminent Divines, Editors, Drug?
gists, Merchants, Ac.
liest and Moat Popular medicine In Use.
PItEPARKO ONLY BY
J. J. LAWRENCE, M. D.,
Laboratory and Office, No. G Main stroot,
PRICK, ONE DOLLAR PER IIOTTL.E.
For salo by Druggists everywhere.
Feb 28 fimo
Boxes Chewing Tobacco, China, Glassware, dc.
BY D. C. FEIXOTTO ft BON.
THIS (Wednesday) MORNING, 13th April, at
10 o'clock, in front of oar Auction Room, wo
will positively soil, to clono consignments,
7 ROXOB Prime CHEWING TOBACCO-One
Handsome China Sots, Tumblers, Goblets
and Wine Glasses,
011 Cloth and Damask Table Covern, Fancy
Goods, Rosowood Mirrors, Ac.
2 fine young woll-broko Moles will be posi?
tively sold, if they arrive in timo. Terms
F. A. Sitgreaves vs. J. W. Thornton-Warrant
IN pu rs u an co of an order in tho abovo stated
caso, mado by the Honorablo Samuel W.
Melton, Circuit Judge Fifth Circnit of South
Carolina, I will sell, on MONDAY, the 18th
day of April instant, in front of tho Court
House, in Columbia, within the legal boars.
Ono MULE, attached as the property of the
defendant, at tho snit of F. A. Sitgreaves ns.
J. W. Thornton. Terms cash.
Ap?il3mth_P. F. FRAZEE, 8. B. C.
Louis H. Trevott vs. Franois Konstler-War?
rant of Attachment.
IN pnrsuanco of an ordor in the abovo stated
case, mado by William B. Nash, one of the
Magistrates for Richland County, I will sell,
on MONDAY, tho 18th of April instant, in front
of tho Court House, in Columbia, within tho
Ono VIOLIN and CASE, attached as tba
Eroperty of Francis Kenstler, at the snit of
ouis H. Trevott vs. Francis Kenstler. Terms
cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
April 3_m th
MY CODOS KOOMI
BEAR OF GREGG'S BUILDING,
Corner Main and Taylor Streets.
"?T7E are now prepared to offer to Country
TT Merchants and tho Trado a stock of
DRY GOODS, FARCY GOODS, &C"
Which for VARIETY IN STYLES and LOW
PRICES, cannot bo surpassed in any market.
All goods ordered carefully selected, and
W. D. LOVE & CO.
W. D. LOVE,
B. B. M (.'CREERY.
COLUMBIA HOTEL BUILDING,
We have each department packed fall 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 GIVES I IV CHANGE.
We are showing some rare novelties in LACH
MANTLES, and SHETLAND PANNIER MAN?
TLES, METTERNICH STYLE.
A full lino of ALEXANDRE A CO?RVOI
At low prices.
Special Job Lots of Goods offered daily.
IV. D. LOVE 6i CO.,
March 29 Columbia Hotel Building.
Spring Trade of 18k70.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
THE LARGEST and best stock of CLOTH?
ING, HATS and Gent's FURNISHING
I GOODS ovor brought to Columbia.
Prices as low as before tho "lato unpleas?
I FRENCH AND ENGLISH CLOTHS,
CASSIMERE AND VESTINGS.
GARMENTS mado in a stylo equal to the
host Northern custom woik.
HATS, and everything that tho Market af?
fords, at prices that aro bound to please.
Wo have, as usual,
A VERY LARGE STOCK,
And some vory CHOICE VARIETIES.
OUR JOBBING STOCK
Is largo, and tho attontion of Country Dealers
is solh-itcfL_ B. A W. C. SWAFFIELD.
To the Public in General.
IHAYE better COTTON SEED than any
man who advei lises Seed for salo. Mino
is tho improved BOYD PROLIFIC, which ox
cols any other. Tho price is $2.50 nor bnabol.
Aa examination of my proofs will bo convinc?
ing. 1 refer to Jocob H. Wells and J. D. Hilt.
Call and look at tho growth, in Butcher Town.
Dec 3 _N. POPE.
Bonds and Stocks.
GO LO ANO SILVER.
UNCURRENT BANK BILLS,
Coupons, Mutilated Currone?, Ac, Av.,
Ac, honght and sold by D. G AMUR (LL,
Fob 15 3ino Oft)*o Columbia Hotel Building.