ITEMS-EDITORIAL AND OTHERWISE.
? Gen. H. H. Kinard, a prominent citizen of
Newberry died in that place on the 17th inst. He
?was coroner and magistrate of Newberry at the
time of his death.
?tThe Investigating Committee appointed by
the Legislature to investigate all matters pertain?
ing to the last Congressional election were in session
with closed doors at Abbeville last week *s we
?learn from the Banner. They will probably reach
Anderson in a short time.
. -=^The New York Sun, in referring to the fact
that Wm. H. Seward is now on a visit to Californ;a
and possibly Alaska, says : "Before starting on
his present tonr he stated, very explicitly, that
within a year there would be a break-up of Presi?
dent Grant's administration, which he pronounced
the weakest administration the country has ever
had; and he assigned as one reason for going away
that he wished to be as far off as possible when
-the break-up takes place."
_Senator Sprague having failed to comply wiih
the conditions upon which he purchased the Co?
lumbia, canal, it is thought that the property will
again be offered for sale at an early day.
? Horry District will have to pay upwards of
515,000 tax this year.
_Professor John LeConte has been elected
President pro tern, of the University of California.
? Mr. Jefferson Davis intends returning to his
home in Mississippi in a short time.
? General Lee has had a hou e built for him
by public subscription at Lexington, Virginia.
? Ben. Pitman the celebrated phonographic re?
porter, is at Jackson Mississippi, reporting the
Yerger trial for the United States Government.
? Colonel W. D. Mann, proprietor of the Mo?
bile Register, has been nominated for Congress by
the Democrats of the First Congressional District
? There are seventy ?ve last manufactories in
the> United States, turning out annually from
1,200,000 to 1,500,000 lasts. One pair of lasts
will, on an average, make sixty pairs of boots or
shoes. The best wood for making them is persim?
? New York is more densely populated than
any other city. In one portion 192,000 persons
reside within a square mile. London cannot fur?
nish a parallel.
? The largest owner of personal property in
th"e United States is Commodore Vanderbilt, who
is said to hold twenty millions.
? In the Virginia registration for the approach?
ing election, it is said that a much larger number
of whites than blacks are being registered.
? General Frank P. Blair, Jr., has gone to Cali?
fornia to organize a Pacific branch of a life Assu?
? A .steam plough experiment in New Jersey
lately was entirely successful. In view of the
scarcity and changed condition of labor in the
?South, the probabilities are that eventually far?
mers having large tracts of land to cultivate there,
will triturate the soil with ploughs driven by steam.
Why should not every very large farm have its
steam engine, the power to be applied to a multi"
x tude of services upon the place * A little ingenui?
ty might make a small portable steam engine to do
so much .general work that a farm of a thousand
or two acres could be run by a very few hands.
? Two young women recently fought a duel in
l'uebla to decide their claim to t ie possession of a
male Mexican's love and person. One of the com?
batants was killed.
? An English chemist .has discovered a prepa?
ration which will purify human bodies, and sug?
gests that by his method one can make excellent
bulding materials of his ancestors.
? The Western lauds, it is stated, are rapidly
becoming exhausted from the neglect to apply
proper manures. The journals of chat region as?
sert that the grain-growing districts of Illinois
Iowa, Missouri and Minnesota are yielding smal?
ler crops to the acre every year.
? A soldier who lost his scalp with Custer at
Wboshita tells how it felt. First an Indian clubb?
ed him as he lay wounded. Then a squaw squat?
ted on his breast, and pulled his hair out by hand
fulls as she screeched his death song or something
else; and finally this was the process: "The Indi?
an stepped one foot on my chest, and with his
hand gathered up the hair near the crown of my
head. He wasn't very tender about it, but jerked
my head this way and that, and pinched like Sa?
tan. My eyes were partially open, and 1 could see
bead-work trimmings on his leggings. Suddenly,
I felt the awfullest biting, cutting flesh go round
my bead, and then it seemed to me just as if my
whole head had been jerked clean off. I never
felt such pain in all my life; why, it was like pul- J
ling your brains out. I didn't know any more for
two or three days, and then I came to ficd that I
had the sorest head of any human that ever lived.
I was shipped down to Laramie after a bit, and all
the nursing I got hain't made the hair gro w out on
this spot yet,"
Th? National Intelligencer.?The following
announcement issued from the office of the Nation?
al Intelligencer at Washington, on Thursday night,
Was the only notice of the suspension of that able
and time-honored journal:
Temporary arrangements have been made to
merge the National Intelligencer with the Wash?
ing Expresa. The necessary preparation!! for the
separate publication of these newspapers in morn?
ing and evening editions are in process of perfec?
The immediate cause of this change is referable
to a strike among the printers on the Intelligencer,
which the proprietors are unable to arrange. It is
.said that a stock company, with a considerable
capital, is now forming, to carry on the Intelligen?
cer in connection with the Express, and that a
meeting of prominent and wealthy citizens of Wash?
ington has been called to accomplish this purpose.
A correspondent of the Baltimore Sun writes on
The books, papers, &c, of the National Intelli?
gencer office have been removed to the office of the
Evening Express, and the advertisements in the
former are this afternoon transferred to the colums
of the latter. The Intelligencer will appear again
on Monday morning, but whether under its old
name, or under the name of the Express, or under
such name as Intelligencer and Express, has not
transpired. It is said that a considerable amount
?f money has been raised, and the parties who
control the paper say it will start under very fa?
vorable prospeets of success.
FINE TWO-HORSE CARRIAGE
Donble Harness JFoi* Sale.
APPLY AT THIS OFFICE.
June 17, 1869 51 lm
Bring on Your Dry and Green
WATSON & CO. are now paying the very high
?si cash price for Dry and Green Hides. Bring
them in early. WATSON & CO.,
9 Granite Row.
June 24, I860 bJ.
Livery and Sale Stable,
At Arnold's Old Stand,
Anderson Court House, S. C.
THE following are the prices charged at our
Stable for Draying, Horse Hiring, &c, &c:
Draying from Depot, per load. 30 cents.
Packages and half loads in proportion.
Other hauling than draying iu town, per load,
Use of Hearse in town, S5.00.
Use of Hearse in country, in proportion, ac?
cording to distance.
Horse and Baggy per day, S4.00.
Saddle Horse per day, S2.00.
Buggy per day, S2.00.
Feeding Horse per day, $1.00.
Feeding Horse, single feed, 40 cents.
The above prices are as low as can be afforded,
and will be strictly adhered to, unless underbid,
and in such case, such reductions shall be made as
will convince the community that we are determined
none-shall underwork us. We are also prepared to
bl y hoheb8 at fair rates, and will keep constantly
on hand horses to sell or exchange for others.
We are also prepared with gcod horses and
vehicles to send travellers to any point in the
country at low rates.
Parties hiring horses and vehicles will be held
responsible for all damages sustained while in
Remember the place, "Arnold'sOld Stand," and
give us a call, and satisfy yourselves.
JOHN CATLETT & CO.
June 24, 1869 62 4
Or. F. TOLLY
BEGS to inform his friends and the public gene?
rally that he is constantly receiving additions to
his stock of Furniture, and will supply their
He can fill orders for any article of Furniture,
such as Chairs, Bedsteads, &c. Parlor and Cham?
ber suites of every variety and style, and is pre?
pared to compete in prices, styles aud quality
with any.other interior establishment. Thankful
for past patronage, he solicits a call at his rooms
on Mechanic's Row, Depot street.
G. F. TOLLY".
June 17, 1869 51 3m
Notice to Tax Payers.
DEPUTY COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, 1
Greenville, S. C, June 2, 1869. /
I HAVE received the Annual List for the year
1869. Also, the April List for Greenville, Ander?
son, Pickens and Oconec. I will be in my office
at Greenville C. H. on the 3rd, 4th, 5th. 7th. 8th
and 9th June ; at Anderson on the 11th and 14th ;
at Greenville on the 16th, 17th and 18th ; at New
Pickens on the 22nd; at Anderson on the 25th,
26th and 28th ; at Walhalla on the 29th and 80th;
at Peudleton on Thursday, 1st July ; at Anderson
on Friday, 2nd, 3rd and 5lh ; and the following
week at I -eenvillc. for the purpose of collecting
the Interr.nl Revenue Taxes.
Parlies are requested to come forward on the
days above specified and make payment, thereby
avoiding >he penalties which will be added as re?
quired by law.
Person?; o *ing taxes assessed on the old lists
would do well to settle at once, as I will be com?
pelled to farce payments just as soon as possible.
A. L. C?BC, Deputy Collector.
June 10, 1869 50 4
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
B. Frank oloan vs. Wm II. D. Gaillard and wife,
Sally T., et. al.?Bill to Partition Lands, #c.
BY virtue of an Order from the Court aforesaid,
to me directed, I will sell at public outcry at Pen
dlcton Villnge, on MONDAY, the IOtii DAY OF
JULY next, the following of the Real Estate of
Benjamin f. Sloan, dee'd :
Two Yacant Lots
In the Village of Pendleton?one lot sixty feel
front on Main street by one hundred and eighty
feet deep on Broad street, and the other, the ad?
joining lot, sixty feet front on Main street.
Terms of Sale."?One fourth cash?remainder
on a credit of twelve months, with interest from
day of sa/e, purchasers to give bond with two
approved i<uretics and a mortgage of the premises
to secure the remainder of the purchase money.
Purchasers to.pay for stamps and titles.
% ' JOHN W. DANIELS,
Clerk of Court for Anderson County.
June 22, 1869 52 4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Henrietta lrby et al. vs. Jno. W. Harrington et al.
Hill for Partition.
PURSUANT to an order of the Court in this case,
will be sold on the FOURTEENTH DAY of JULY,
1869, at public outcry at A'iiliamston, in Ander?
son county, the
LOT OF LA1VE>
Lying in the town of Williamston, bounded on the
east by the Williams road and land of ?<? Wil?
liams, on the south and west by lands of B. F.
Crymes, and on the north by lands of F. Horbat,
40 6-10 ACRES,
More or leas.
The Greenville and Columbia Railroad runs
through the south-east corner of said lot of land.
ROBERT E. RICHARDSON,
Clerk of Court Lauren* County.
June 17, 1869 51 4
WILL be sold, on the FIRST MONDAY of
JULY, at the residence of Mrs. Knee, in Wal?
halla, to the highest bidder,
The House and Lot
Whereon she now lives. The lot contains Two
Acres, and is well improved. There is on the lot
a No. 1 Dwelling house and Store, and all necessa?
ry outbuildings, all in the best repair.
Also, a one-half Acre Lot, adjoining the above
lot. on the East, and another one-half Acre Lot, on
which there is a small building, joining on the
West. Also, s three-fourth Acre Lot, near F.
Terms made known on day of sale.
June 24, 1869 52 2
Administrator's Final Notice.
THE undersigned hereby gives notice to all con?
cerned that having fully administered the Estate
of Maj. Wm. Anderson, deceased, they will, on
the 19th day of July next, apply to the Judge of
Probate for Anderson county for a final discharge
from their administration.
RACHEL L. BREAZEALE, Adm'r,
B. B. BREAZEALE.
June 17, 1869 51 5
ALL persons having demands against tho Es?
tate of Sarah Burriss, deceased, are notified to
present them to the undersigned, legally attested,
within the time prescribed by law, or be barred.
J. N. BURRISS, Adm'r.
June 17. 180? 6J Ji
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, ?)
Bureau of Agricultural Statistics, y
Columbia, June 15, 1869. J
THE attention of tlie citizens of the State is
respectfully invited to the annexed extracts from
nn Act passed at the recent session of the General
Assembly, nnd ratified on the 19th day of March,
1869 ; and their cordial co-operation with the offi?
cers charged with the execution of the law is ear?
The enumeration of the inhabitants is to furnish
a basis for the apportionment of representation in
the next General Assembly, in accordance with
Section 4 of Article 11 of the Constitution, and
the necessity for its correctness will commend it?
self to citizens of all political views.
In connection with this work the statistics of
the agricultural productions of last year will be
taken, and it is eminently desirable that they
should be returned as fully and intelligibly as cir?
cumstances will permit, as it is expected that they
will furnish valuable data in the future agricultu?
ral history of the State.
An Act to provide for the Enumeration of the Inhab?
itants of the State.
Section 3. That it ohall be the duty of each and
every person appointed to take the census by vir?
tue of this Act to call personally on the head or
some member of each family in the County, or
portion of County, for which he or they shall have
been appointed, and obtain from such head of a
family or member thereof, as aforesaid, the num?
ber of persons contained in such family, and such
other information as may be required and directed
by the Commissioner of the Bureau of Agricultural
Sec. 4. That each head or member of a family
shall, when summoned thereto by the persons ap?
pointed under this Act to take the census at his
her or their residence or place of business, make,
on oath or affirmation, a correct return of all per*
sons of whom his or her family is composed ; and
also report such other information to said census
takers as may be required by law ; and the per?
sons so appointed to take the census are hereby
authorized to administer such oaths; and upon the
failure of auy person to make such returns or re?
ports when required, he or she shall be subject to
a penalty of twenty-five dollars, to be recovered in
any Court of competent jurisdiction.
Juno 24, 1869 52 2
Lager Beer !
LAGER BEER containing C?FPera3> ani- ?A,c
doctored with Salt, Lime and Alum, are among
IN NEW YORK.
I was astonished that brewers in New York and
other cities could afford to sell Ale and Beer for
less money than the materials cost mc to make a
BARREL OF BEER !
This mystery has been solved. The above pois?
onous ingredients are not costly, but persons in
the prime of life, possessing strong constitutions,
will soon find their health fast declining, and, it
may be. fill premature graves, if they persist in
using the poisonous compounds named.
1 shall continue to make, not a life-destroying,
but a ^
IIEA L TIIFUL BE VERA GE,
So that it may be drank by the most delicate with?
out the least danger.
JOHN C. SEEGERS,
Columbia, S. C.
June 24. I860 52 6
BY virtue of writs of Fiera Facias to me directed,
I will expose to sale on Saleday next, at Anderson
C. H., within the usual hours of sale, the following
property, to wit:
One Tract of Land, containing 13 acres, more
or less, known as the Mill Tract, on wafers of
Wiluon's creek, adjoining lands of D. L. Hall and
Ezeiiel Hall, levied on as the property of J. P.
Tucker, at the suit of Martha Jane Young-, for?
One Tract of Land, containing 1184 acres, more
or less, Gn waters' of Mountain creek, adjoining
lands of M. J. Dean, Z. Gentry and others, levied
on as the property of J. T. Dean, at the suit of
Mary R. Sloan, Adm'r.
Terms Cash?purchasers to pay for titles and
WM; McGUKIN, s.a.c.
June 10,1869 50
IN pursuance of an order made by W. W. Hum?
phreys, Judge of Probate for Anderson county,
directed to nie, I will sell on the first Monday in
July next, in front of the Court House door at
Anderson, within the legal hours: .
One Tract of Land, containing 27 acres, more
or less, bounding lands of Martiu Compton, Hen?
ry N. White, Wm. Brownlee and others. Sold to
make distribution among the heirs at law of Da?
vid Heller, deceased, and for paj*ment of debts.
Terms.?On a credit of twelve months, With inter?
est from day of sale?purchaser giving bond with
surety, and a mortgage of the premises, to secure
the payment of the purchase money, with leave to
anticipate payment at any time. Costs to be paid
WM. McGUKIN, s.a.c.
June 10, 1869 50 I.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By IF. If. Humphreys, Esq., Pro. Judge.
WHEREAS, James B. Moore ma'le suit to mo to
grant him Letters of Administration of the Estate
and effects of Albert C. Major, dee'd :
These arc therefore to cite and admonish alland
singular the kindred and creditors of the said
Albort C. Major, dee'd, that they be nnd nppear
before mc in the Court of Probate, to be held at
Anderson Court House on the 8th day of July,
1809, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to shew cause,
if any they have, why the said Administration
should not bo granted.
Given under my hand this 24th day of June,
W. W. HUMPHREYS,
Judge of Probate.
June 24, I860 52 2
LAND SELLERS !
PARTIES wishing to sell their lands through
us, will please hand in a description and plat, of
the same before the 15th of July next, in order to
advertise in the second number of ovr Real Estate
Record, which will be published in August. The
Real Estate Record will be sent to any parties de?
KEESE & McCULLY,
Real Estate Agents,
Office No. 11 Granite Row, (up stairs.)
June 17, 1869 51 4
KEESE & McCULLY,
AGENTS FOR THE BATH PAPER MILLS.
June 10, 1P6P 50 'im
CATER & MARTIN,
Successors to Keese & McCully,
NO. 10 GRANITE ROW.
WE have this day purchased from Messrs. Keese
& McCully their entire stock of Merchandize,
which consists of a general assortment of
Boots, Shoes and Hats,
Crockery, Iron, Nails,
Casting-s, Oils, Paints,
Our stock will bo replenished in a few days with
a fine assortment of Goods, bought in the best
markets in the United States.
We invite the attention of our friends and the
public generally to call and see us at the well
known stand, No. 10 Granite Row, and give us a
CATER & MARTIN,
No. 10 Granite Row.
June, 10, 1869 60 3m'
JO HIST O. DIAL,
(Late Allen & Dial,)
Importer, and Dealer xn English and American
Hardware and Cntlery,
Iron, Steel, Nails, Castings, Mill Stones,
Bolting Cloths, Smut Machines, Cir?
cular Saws, Mill Irons, Sugar Pans,
INDIA RUBBER and LEATHER BELTING,
Carpenter, Blacksmith and Tanners' Tools,
Housekeeping and Furnishing- Hardware,
AGRIC UL TU RA L IM PL EMENTS,
Linie? Cement, Plaster, Paints, Oils, French
and American Window Class,
Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Shot Belts. Powder Flasks,
Powder, Shot, $c, eje,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
AT THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN PADLOCK,
COLUMBIA, S. C
May 27, 1869 48 3m
W. IB. Sf?MJBY/
imtortcr and dealer in
CHINA, GLASS AND EARTHENWARE,
Sterling Silver Ware,
Silver Plated, Britannia and Japanned Ware,
TABLE CUTLERY, MIRRORS,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, ?jc, 4<r.
also, agent for wilcox t cibues'
COLUMBIA, S. C.
May 27, 1869 48 / 3m
X. GOLDSMITH. P- KIND.
GOLDSMITH & KIND,
Founders and Machinists,
PPCENIX IRON WORKS, COLUMBIA, S. 0.,
Steam Engines of all sizes, Horse Powers,
Circular and Mulcy Saw Mills,
Flour, Grist, Sugar Cane and Cider Mills,
Ornamental, House and Store Fronts,
Railings for Grave Yards,
Brass and Iron Castings of all kinds,
Made to order on short notice nnd on the most
May 27, 1869 48 3m
JEROME FAGAN & BROTHERS,
manufacturers and dealers in
CABINET FURNITURE, SPRING BEDS,
MATTRESSES, $c, $c.
Wareroom8?Main Street, Columbia, S. C.
One Door South of Washington Street.
WE are now receiving a splendid line of Parlor
and Bed Room Furniture, which in style, cheap?
ness and elegance of finish cannot be surpassed
South of Baltimore.
May 27, I860 48 3ra
edwin J. scott. CEO. w. williams 4 co.
ii e K II V f.. scott.
SCOTT, WILLIAMS & CO.,
Bankers and Brokers,
COLUMBIA, S. C,
DEAL in Exchange, Coin, Bank Bills, Slocks,
Bonds, &c; collect at all accessible points in the
Uflited Slates; discount Notes and Drafts and re?
ceive Deposits, giiarahteein'g their return on de?
June 17,1809 51 3m
Matthew Breazealc vs. David K. Brcazealc, cl al.
Petition for Distributive Share of Estate to pay
BY virtue of an order of Court, in this case, all
persons having claims against David K. Brcazealc,
jr.. are required to prove the same' before me on
or before the Thirtieth day of August next, or be
debarred the benefits of this suit.
JOHN W. DANIELS, c.c.a.c.
Clerk's Office. Anderson, S. C., 1
June 10, 1869. / 50?6
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAR0EINA,
A NDBRSON CO UNTY.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.?The undersigned
hereby gives notice to all whom it may concern,
that, he will apply to W. VY. Humphreys, Esq,
Probate Judge for the county and Slate aforesaid,
on Monday, the 19tli of July hext, for his final
discharge as Administrator of R. II. Owings, late
of said county deceased
WM. M. DORROH, Adm'r.
June 17, 1869 51 lm*
WM. s. keesb. newton a. M'cULLY.
KEESE & McCULLY,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 11 Granite Row?Up Stairs.
June 10,1869 50 2m
ALL persons indebted to Bewley, Keese & Go.,
and Keese & MoCully, will please come forward
and close their accounts by cash or note. Cash is
preferred, as we need money.
KEESE & McCULLY.
June 10. 185P 50 2m
9 GRANITE ROW,
ARE receiving a large and elegantly assorted
Spring and Summer Goods.
They respectfully ask the attention of their
customers, and the public generally, to the fact
that it is only necessary to call and see in order to
be satisfied. Their stock is comprised, in part, of
a large assortment of
Calicoes, Muslins, Mozambiques,
Lawns and numerous other styles,
Ladies and Children's Dress Goods.
Gents' Ready-Made Clothing,
Cassimeres, Linens and Tweeds.
Hats, Caps, Bonnets and Straw Goods.
For Ladies, Gents and Children.
a large a9sortmext of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Of all styles and prices.
To suit ail, from the best manufactories in Eng?
land and the United States.
a large stock op
Sugar and Coffee, best qualities;
Soda, Copperas, &c, &c.
the best stock oe
HARDWARE and CUTLERY
In the market.
Last but not least, we intend to sell as CHEAP
as the CHEAPEST, and would be pleased to re?
ceive the patronage of one and all.
GRAND ENTRANCE?Xo. 9 Granite Row,
Anderson C. H.
WATSON & CO. ,
April 22, 1869 43
J\TE? TIN SHOP !
L. C. BRADDY & CO.,
East Corner Masonic Building,
Manufacturers of all kinds
Tin Ware, Stove Pipe, &c.
KEEP constantly on hand a full assortment of
all articles in their line. They also keep for sale
the very latest improved
Which they offer low for cash.
All persons desirous of purchasing Tin Ware,
Stoves, &c, &c, will do well to call and examine
our stock and list of prices before purchasing
For correct representations of the stylos and
variety of Stoves offered by us, reference is asked
to our large handbills.
L. C. BRADDY,
May 13, 18C9 46
DR. J. W. GURLEY,
Graduate of Pennsylvania Dental College,
WOULD most re?
spectfully call the
attention of his pa?
trons and the public
(generally to the fact
that he has just re?
ceived a large stock
of Dental Material,
Teeth, thus enabling him to select such shades and
sizes only as will correspond with complexion and
features of the patient. Setts of Artificial Teeth
inserted for seven and one half dollars io one hun?
Persons desiring first clasi work at l?w rates,
Will do well to give him a call.
Office?No. 11 Granite Row, over Sullivan.
Matiison & Co.'sStore.
Apiil 15,1869 42
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
ON and after Saturday, the 5th instant, the
Trains on this Road will run every day, Sunday's
excepted, connecting wiih the Greenville and Co?
lumbia Railroad at Anderson:
Up Train.?Leave Audersoh 5.20 o'clock p.m.;
leave Pcndielou 6.20 p. in.
Down Traik.?Leave Walhalla, 4 o'clock a. m.;
leave Pendlet on, 5.40 a m.
Up Train.?Arrive at Tendleton, 6.20 p. m.;
arrive at Walhalla, 8 o'clock p. ni.
Down Train.?Arrive at Anderson, 6.40 a.m.
Waiting one hour after usual time for arrival of
the G. & C. train.
An aocommodation train will leave Andergen on
Mondays and Fridays :
Up Train.?Leave Anderson at 7.80 a.m.; leave
Pendieton, 5.20; leave Perryville, 9.10; arrive
at Walhalla, 10. ,
Down* TnAt!?.?Leave Walhalla on Mondays at
11 a.m.; and en Fridays at 1.80 p.m.
W. II. D. G A ILL ARD, Sup't.
June 3, 1SC9 40
State Agricultural & Mechanical Magazine.
(Official Organ of the South Carolina- State
Agricultural and Mechanical Society.)
AT an early date, the subscribers will publish
the first number of a Monthly Magazine, devoted
to the development of the material, interests of
ihis State, and the whole South ; and will distrib?
ute five thousand copies gratuitously, so that ever}
one may see what it is before subscribing. They
intend to make it the best and handsomest indus?
trial magazine ever published at the South, and
they ask the cordial co operation of every good
citizen in this enterprise, which must redound to
the public welfare. Persons wishing copies of the
first number, will please send their address to
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL,
Charleston, S. C.
May 13, 18t>9 46
WHISKEY, BRANDY, WINES, and other Li?
quors, of tho best brands, for sale by the bottle or
E. W. BYRUM.
Osborne's old stand. Mechanic's Row.
Feb 4, 1869 32
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
Spring & Summer Goods,
IN STORE and receiving daily from New York:
and Baltimore a large and splendid assortment of
Spring and Summer Goods, consisting of
ladies; dress goods,
In great variety, both in style and prices.
LAMES'. WHUffE (MflDBSj
HANDKERCHIEFS, &c. ?
LENOS, &c, &c.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS',
A FISE SELECTION.
Shirting- and Slie e ting-,
Bleached and Brown..
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Large stock of Ladies Hats and Bonnetu.
Fine selection of Men and Boys' Hats.
All of which will be sold at the LOWEST
prices fdr CASH or BARTER.
Give up a call.
W. P, BARR & CO.
April 22, 1869 42
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J. B. CLARK & SON,
GENTS' FURNISHING STORE;
NO. 6 GRANITE ROW,
HAVE just received, in addition to their stock,
some new and desirable patterns of
Suitable for Summer suits, tfbich are going very
fast, and should our customers wish something
; nice, we would like to supply them as early as
Remember, that we keep constantly on hand
Goods suitable for our tr?dc."
We would also respectfully call attention to the
Empire Sewing Machine,
For which we are the only agents in the up-coan
try. These Machines have established their su?
periority over dll the known Machines of the kind,
and the Company is ready to furnish certificates
of the test manufacturers and private tailors to
The No. 3 Machine will do all kinds of heavy
and large work quicker and better than anything
ever produced on a Sewing Machine ; its strength,
and durability is beyond conception.
The No. 2 is used alike for fine and heavy Kf.orkv:
its speed for a Shuttle Machine, by stea^a.1200
stitches per minute, stands unrivalled^ This- ma?
chine combines all the qualities of first-class
Family Machine,-with the capacity of a superior
manufacturing machine, and i& used extensively
by tailors, seamstresses and shoemakers..
June 3, 1869 4.9
KEESE & McCULLY,
Brokers & Dealers in Southern Real Estate,,
WPLL attend to buying and selling Southern
Lands.. Keep constantly on hand, Pints and db^ V
scuiptions of lands for sale. Parlies desiring to.
purchase in-the South, and those who desire to
sell their property, will find it to their interest to
consult with us. We have correspondence in New
York. Boston, Hartford, Conn., Baltimore and oili?
er Northern cities.
Those who wish to sell their lands will please'
send us a full description nnd plat and Deeds off
Parties wishing to purchase, cither North or
South, will do well to correspond with us. Will
be pleased at all limes to send Plat and de?
scription of lands for sale by us. Any informa?
tion cheerfully gives. No charge is made unless
sales arc effected. Reference given on our card,
KEESE & McCULLY,
Brokers and Real-Estate Agents.
Anderson C. H., S. C.
flgy Keowee Courier copy six months and stsri
bill to this office.
March 25, 1869 3?
Velocipede in Town!
FOR SALE, a large No. 1 two-horse CAR?
RIAGE and HARNESS, nearly as good as new,
and originally costing S600, will be 6old cheap for
cash, or will be exchanged foi another vehicle. A
bargain may be had on early application to John
A. Reeves, or the undersigned..
June 10, 1869 ?O 3.
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