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rOBLIBHED DAIXT AS? TRI-VBITTXT.
3Y jagSpEab SELBY,
. EDITOB AND , PBPPBIETOR. ./ioc. <
Office on Main stroot, a few doora abo va
Taylor (or Camden) street.
SUBBOBIPTION. j no 6 '
DaUy Paper, six months...$4 00
Tri-Weekly, " '. . - .'..'. .\.2 BO
Weekly, , . . ["xi -jffoo?i-.'.v.WAtl 60
In?orted at 75 cents per square for the first
Insert ion, and 50 cents for eaoh subsequent-.
Weekly 75 cents each insertion.
.JOT A liberal discount mad* 09 th? abovti
rales when advertisements are inserted by
th? month or year.^S^j* /EP*
J. B. Allen, Chester.
Julius Poppff? Anderson O. H..
3. P. Kinard, Newberry C. H.
-James Grant;Union: .* oaranr.
ExEorjno?.;OP 'TH0S.IG. Irui?A-HB
MAKES A CONFESSION.- Thomas G.
Deda suffered tho extreme penalty of
the Jaw by, hanging, near vtn?8 place,'
at so von teen, minutes past. 2 o'clock
p. m. i on May" lati -having been a
seoondtime convicted of the murder
of Laura Foster, of Willies Oounty,
more _ thah? a y^ar ??0. Under the
gallows, he made n Tong address to
several thousand persons, who were
present to witness his execution, in a
general way, and avowed, bis prepa?
ration to appear in another world
On tho night previous to the execu?
tion, he made confession of his guilt,
wbioh we copy from his own band:
"Statement of Thomas C. D.ula: I
declaro that I am the.. o n ly person
that bad any hand in the murder of
Laura Foster. April 30, 1868. "
Dula was twice convicted, entirely
upon circumstantial evidence,, aud
bad all along avowed' his innocence
of the crime, until the night of his
confession, as above stated. His
confession will relieve the. minds of
thc juries that' found him guilty, and
a satisfaction for the public to know
that an innocent man has not suffered
Ann Melton, charged as.au accom?
plice to this murder, is still in prison,
at Wilkesboro,' and will have ber
trial at the next term of Wilkes Supe?
rior Court, to which her trial waa
The tragedy bas been involved in
great mystery, and there is a popular
and strong blief that,.notwithstand?
ing Dula's confession, ho did have
ono or two accomplices.
[Statesvilie (JST. G.) American.
A BASCAI?LY- AD VKNTUKJSB,-Many
of our ladies will remember being
called upon at their residences, last
fall, by a, "lady" agent'going around
and selling ladies' "corsets and fit?
ting them at a, remarkably, low price.
Recently, in an interior town in this
State, the very same woman, by tho
cheapness of her stock and a decided
and' unwarranted partiality shown a
beautiful lady customer, arou sed sus?
picion, and on the "lady" being ar:
rested, she was found to be ? young1
man in disguise-fitting aud selling
just for the fun of tho thing. He
says he passed through Easton,
Allentown, Beading, Pottsville and
many other towns, fitting corsets to
several thousand young ladies.
[Allentown (Pa.) Democrat.
DEATH FUOM A BITE.-On thc 18th
ult., Robert E. Lucas and Thomas
H Duyer, became engaged in a fight
at a restaurant in Centre vile, Md.,
and "during the fracas, Lucas got
Doyen's right little finger in his
mouth and bit it slightly. No at?
tention was paid to it, but ou the
next day it was badly swollen, and in
a few days the inflammation extended
np the entire arm. On Sunday,
Dujer was taken to Chestertowu by
his brother, and bia finger was am?
putated on Monday, but mortification
? of the entire arm subsequently en?
dued, and we understand he died on
Thursday. - Centreville Citizen.
I?. Fiurtiuc, tue laws are very striot
against persons iu civil life carrying
weapouB. An invention bai recently
been made, however, which, while
conforming to the law, is apavtiul aid
as a means of defence against nighL
robbers. It consists of a small horn
inserted in the end of a cane, which
contains au electric battery and a
small lamp with two powerful reflec?
tors. The intensity of this light, it
is said, temporarily blinds any per?
son at whom it is pointed. Tba-lamp
is k.ndled at will, by preseiug a small
knob at the other end .Of tho stick,
which communicates with an electric
The Mayor (by military appoint?
ment) of Angosta, Ga., has made a
proposition to the City Connell that
raHons^WjB?TOfTtheory *?ttFties' de?
prived of ' eninloymeht for ? 'voting as
their ob?sbien^s ap^roV?d;" and that
I a tax be levied on ^brbntirtv-h ciders
i ror oarrying out this dtelgai'i This io
a very bad form' of confiscation,
which -will work far more harm in ita
effects upon the black race than opon
I the whites whom it is inion lcd to in?
jure.-New York Times.
SUGAR.-We are glad to learn from
our New Orleans correspondent that
tho prospects of the sugar crop are
better this'year than they were last.
More land has been planted, and'the
yield promises to bo good. Last
?ear, the crop was only about 40.000
ogsheadsr- lone-tenth what it was be?
fore the war. Oar imported sugar
now coats us $50,000,000 in specie.
. [J?few York Times.
In Algeria, thei Arabs are said to be
still dying by hundreds of starvation;
in one district,.. 1,500 natives have
?erished within twenty-nine days?,
t is shocking tu relate, but it .is
at ft ted on the. best authority, that
many of the miserable tpreaturas,,
driye^mud by hunge^*h1aylet turpgd,
cannibals. ' .
ARoai'Article for Reconstruction?
TTT?RBANT-ED-to mend and unite'
W all the fragments, of FURNI?
TURE. WOOD-WORE, BOOK
COVERS, PAPERS, . PICTURE
FRAMES, FANCY 'ARTICLES,
everything oxcept the broken! frag;
ments of the Constitution. t,i?\u&
The FAMILY GLUE POT, iin
invention of practical ynlue to every
housewife aud everybody else. A
neat, compact GLUE POT, with
BRUSH, ready for use in one minute ;
will save fifty times its cost. ? Only
FIFTY CENTS. Call and get ?
GLUE POT, at
FISHER & HEINIT8H,
April 28 % . Druggists.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH. '
^U?t??l^ pared to furnish ARTI?
FICIAL TEETH on. a. larger scale
than heretofore, and at rates much
below the usual-Charges.
Their reoent improvement, lately
patented, constitutes the highest
order of art in this speciality, and is
fully warranted. Dentures con?
structed by this process possess , many
advantages over gold plate work, and
can be supplied at about half the cost
of the latter.
An examination of specimens,
especially by those having experience
in such matters, is respectfully invit?
ed. Ordinary VULCANITE RUB
BER SETS $25. Tho same, strength:
ened by gold bands, 835. Terms
cash. April 30 %
SALE OF TOWN LOTS
The New County of Fickens.
THE UNDERSIGNED,' Commis
sioners appointed by the Conven
tion to select and locate the Conntv
Site for the new Piokens County, will
sell to the highest bidder; at the new
location, on THURSDAY, tho 25tl
of Jone next, the LOTS nt Picken!
Court House, comprising respectively
half acre, one and two acre lots
judiciously laid out.
The location is near Hunter's store
between Town and Wolf Creeks,
fourteen miles from Old Pickens C
H., twenty miles from Greenville C,
H., and seventeen miles from Pendle
ton village, in a healthy section. Tin
location is a most desirable one
being situated ou a beautiful plateat
and surrounded by a fertile region
with thrifty inhabitants.
There is on both Town and Wol
Creeks flue WATER POWER, witl
good SAW MILLS, and au abun
dance of the best TIMBER near by
Tho County Site is nearly equi
distaut between Keowee and Saludi
Rivors, with a fi nf view of the motin
tain scenery, und will command i
large nnd profitable trade from tin
mountains and from North Carolina
TKKMS OF SALE.-One-third cosh
balance in two instalments of sixt'
sud ?iuely du)? eueii. Purohiisers ti
give bond and surety for tho pur
chase money. Titlee to be executed
but not delivered until the bond fo
the purchase money is fully paid.
Purchasers to pay extra for title
JAMES LEWIS, Ch irinan,
JAMES H. AMBLER,
W. T, FIELD.
J. E. HAGOOD,
For further information, *pply t
the undersigned, at Piokena C. H.
Xi J. E. HAGOOD,
Sec, and Treas. Board of Com.
May 2 s8
Th* f?W W?ts ?overMiuent.
Governor, K. Scott; IJ??tenant
Govornor, Lemuel Boozer; Adjutant
and Inspeator-Goneral, Franklin J.
Moses, Jr. ; Secretary of State, Fran?
cis L. Carnuza; Cumpirouor-General,
J. L. Noagle; Treasurer, Niles .G.
Parker ; ; Attornoy-Goneral, D. H.
Ch amberlain ; Superintendent of Edit*
cation. Jt?stuB X. Jillson. ' ia ?at
STOATK- Abbeville-Val. Young.
Barnwell-Charles P. Leslie. Beaut
fort-Jonathan J. Wright. Charles?
ton-D. T. Corbin, Richard H. Cain.
Co?et?n-^-Wm. R. Hoyt Claren?
don-Elias E. Dickson. Cheater
Lucius Wimbush. Chesterfield-^;
J, Donaldson. Darlington-B. F.
"Whittemove. Edgeficld-Frank Ar?
nim;-^Faixfifeld^aintK M. Rutland.
Geor^?town-Jos. H. Bainey. Green?
ville-James M. Allen. Horry-H.
Buck. Kershaw-Justus K. Jillsou.
Laurens-Young J" T. Owens. . Lex?
ington-E. S. J. Hayes. Marlboro->
Henry J. Maxwell. Newberry-Chas.
W. Montgomery. Oconee-D. Bie
man. Orangeburg-Benjamin F.
Randolph. , Pickeun-T. A. RodgerB.
Richland-William B. Nosh. Spar
tab burg-Joel Foster. Sumter-T.
J.' Coghlan. Union-Hiram W. Dun?
can. Williamsburg-Step. A. Swails.
York--W. Ev Rose.
"HOUSE OF REPR?SENTATIVES. - Ab
b?vill?-George Dusenberry, T. B.
Milford, Hutson J. Lomax, James
Martin, Riobard M, Valentine.
Barnwell-W. J. Mixson, R. B. El?
liott, Charles D. Hayne, Benjamin
F. ; .Berry, James N. Hayne, Julias
Beaufort-William J. Whipper,
Carlos J. Stolbraud, Philip E. Eze?
kiel, Robert Smalls, George A. Ben?
nett, Charles S. Kuh, William C.
Charleston-Robert C. DeLarge,
Alonzo J. Ran6iler, Reuben Tomlin
son, William H. W. Gray, Benjamin
A. Bosemon, George Lee. Benjamin
F. Jackson, Joseph H. Jenks, Wm.
McKinlay, F. J. Moses, Jr., William
J. Brodie, John B.' Dennis, John B.
Wright, William Jervey, Abraham
Smith, Samuel Johnson, Stephen
Brown, Edward Mickey.
-Chester-Barney Humphries, San?
cho Banders, Barney Burton.
Chesterfield-H. L. Shrewsbury, D.
J. J. Johnson.
Clarendon-Powell Smythe, AVm.
Oolleton-W. M. Thomas, Henty
James, Thomas Richardson. George
Mein ti re,1 William Driffle.
Darlington-John Boston, Alfred
Rush, G. Holliman, Jordan Lang.
Edgefield-T. Root, David Harris,
Samuel J. Lee, John Wooley, Pr)nc(
R. Rivers, John Gardner, Lorens
Fairfield-Lewis W Duvall, Henrj
Johnson, Henry Jacobs.
Georgetown-Henry W. "Webb
FrankUu F. Miller, Wm. H. Jones.
Greenville-Samuel Tinslev, Jobi
B. Hyde, Wilson Cook, "W. A
Horry-Zadock Bullock, W. W
Kershaw-John A. Chesnut, So
G. W. Dill, Jonas W. Nash.
Laurens-Griffin Johnson, Wad?
Perrin, Joseph Crews, Harry Mc
Lexington-G. A. Lewie, H. W
Marlboro-T. B. Stubs, John G
Newberry-Joseph Boston, Jame
Hutson, James Henderson.
Oconee-O. M. Doyle, Wm. C
Orangeburg-W. J. McKinlay, T
K. Sasportas, Francis DeMars, E. J
Cain, James P. Mavs.
Pickens-William T. Field.
Richland-Samuel B. Thompson
William Simons, Charles M. Wildei
Robt. M. Smith, Ivan Bryant, C. C
Sumter-Johu H. Feritvr, Wm. ?
Joiinm?". Jo?. Srsi?cy, Burrel J&mpi
Union-Samuel Nuckles, Jun
Mobley, Simon Farr.
Williamsburg-Charles H. Potter
gill, Robert F. Scott, Jeffrey Freud?
York-J. H. White, P. J. O'Cou
nell, John W. Mead, J. L. Neogle.
First Congressional District-B. I
Second Congressional District-C
Third Congressional District-S
Fourth Congressional District
James H. Gos*.
Mendfvers of Congress at Large
J. P. M. Epping and Elias E. Did
FRIGHTFUL PROPHECIES ooh
oerning the end of all things are
made by religions enthliai**!s*"?s?>
on the other- hand, philosophers in
sist that the centro of the earth is a
mass of fire;-that the poles of the
earth will ono day be at the equator,:
and that the sun is gradually fading!
Talk like this is very terrible; but,
pending suoh wjhplesaje. calamities, it
will be as well for each member of
society to take care of his or her
health, and leave theTeSt '-to Provi?
dence. , . ;.. 'b? : . ? .Joo? j
The end comes prematurely to all
who neglect tho preservation of. that
inestimable blessing. Suffer, liver
disease, dyspepsia, chronic constipa?
tion or any- other ailment to take its
course unchecked, audit will assured?
ly shorten life. It cannot be said
that the menns'of prot?ctiog the sys?
tem against the predisposing causes
of disease aro withheld; The con?
stitutions and physique of the least
robnst maybe so strengthened and
fortified by a course of HOSTET
TER'S STOMACH BITTERS as to
render them all bot invutnernable,
not only to the attacks of opidemic
disorders, but also, to the ordinary,
complaints which prevail in all coun?
tries and at all seasons. If the im?
mense importance of PBOTKOTIVE
MEDICATION were universally under?
stood, this incomparable vegetable
antidote, which is already the most
popular tonio in the world, would
everywhere be .classed , among the
staples of life, and ho family would
dare to. be wit holt it. The time may
arrive when this will be the case, for
every year adds hundreds of thou?
sands to the list of those who use it
April 29 . f8
CORN AT $1.30 FER BUSHEL.
PLANTERS are informed that I
have received notice of a con?
signment of ten car loads of SOUND
TENNESSEE CORN. I will deliver
the same at, tho South Carolina De?
pot, on tho 11th instant, at 81.20 per
S. H. SPENCER,
May 3 6?_Columbia, S. C.
Scotch Ale and Porter. .-..
1 fi CASKS SUPERIOR SCOTCH
W ALE and PORTER, for sale
low by ri E. & G. D. HOPE.
May 1 _.. ... . '. ?
New No. 1 Mackerel.
KA KITS No. 1 BAY MACHE?
20 whole and half barrels No. 1
Bay Mackerel, for sale by
? J?jfSW?, , E. & G. D. HOPE.
WATCHES arid JEWELRY RE?
PAIRED by ,au experienced
and expeditious workman.
May 1 G. DIERCKS.
Executive Department South Caro*
COLUMBIA, May 1, 1868.
A LL persons having' demands
against this Department, for ad?
vertising, or any other claim, will
present the same on or before the 8th
instant, properly stamped and re?
By order of the Governor.
JAMES S. SIMONS,
Moy 1 Executive Secretary.
Scythes and Grain Cradles.
1 S) DOZEN GRIFFIN'S GRAIN
6 doz. GRAIN CRADLES-made
expressly for Southern wheat. Just
received and for sale LOW, by
May 3 J. A, T. R. AGNEW.
DEMOCRATIC BARBER SHOP.
THE undersigned having opened a
shop in the rear of Thomas E.
Gregg's Crockery Store, (entrance on
Taylor street,) respectfully solioi U
the patronage of the public.
A|itd SO JLHU-UAB W hiTHi'RS.
THE most convenient and latest
novelty ont; together with a
choice assortment of SMOKING and
CHEWING TOBACCO, for sale by
April 80 J. & T. R. AGNEW.
FINE New York Sugar-Cured PIG
HAMS and Breakfast Strips,
Superior GOSHEN CHEESE,
Dutch Herring, in kits,
Fresh Country Butter,
South Carolina Wrapping Paper,
Irish Potatoes-Prince/Albert's and
Peach Blows. G. DIERCKS;
( .\h.u? H07ELTTES.
JUST receive^.' at 0. F. JA?K
BON'S, JOTONESE MAGIC
POCKET FANS; Blaok and Colored
SLTJK FANS, with spangles: Linen
r ans, assorted, colors.
. . "C V ': ' ATJSO,
S?lecfced Seta of BOGWOOD,
Brooch and Ear Bings; Hnndsorne
Coral Sets, Brooch, and Ear "Bings;
Fine Silk Dress Battons, assorted
styles. . - , _May 8
SUMMER CALICOES, MUSLIN
and DRESS GOODS, at
May 8 oj C. R, JACKSONS.
CHEESE! CHEESE! I
Y^HOICE Faotory and Extra Go
VJ shen CHEESE. Just received
and for .sale by
May 3 J.'& T. R. AGNEW.
ICE1 ICE! I
AT the COLUMBIA ICEHOUSE
at reduced prices, by the 50 and
; 100 lbs. All ordere from the country
promptly attended to,' when the cash
accompanies the order.
JOHN D. BATEMAN, Agent '
JB?* Newberry Herald, Abbeville
Press, Chester Standard, Greenville
Mountaineer, Sportanburg -Spartan,
Anderson Intelligencer and Charlotte
Times, copy four times atfd 'send
paper and bills to John D. Bateman.
May 2 - _ ? ' -O',
COPARTNERSHIP H0T?CE. :
THE undersigned bave formed a
copartnership, under the name
and style of SCOTT, WILLIAMS k
CO., for the transaction qi an EX?
CHANGE and BANKING BUSI?
NESS in this city. They will oheok
on Charleston, New York and Liver-,
pool, and buy and sell EXCHANGE,
GOLD and SILVER COIN, BANK
NOTES, STOCKS,. :B?)NDS, ;ETC.',
Collections", made on ail accessible
points in the United States.
With ample facilities, wo are pre?
pared to discount notes and drafts
when secured by first-class collaterals,
or railroad receipts accompanying
drafts on produce in transit Hav?
ing the ase of a secure bank vault,,
deposits from merchants and others
wul be received, guaranteeing their
return on demand.
EDWIN J.. SCOTT,
GEO. W. WILLIAMS Sc CO.,
HENRY E. SCOTT.
CoiiTjuniA, May 1, 1868.
May 1 j f4
?3B9 HAVING just received,
^J^^an addition to my former cL.
^^^*stock of the above, IT*
offer, at low prices, a variety of
BEDSTEADS, BUREAUS, SIDE?
BOARDS, CHAIRS, TABLES, PA?
TENT IRON BEDSTEADS, PA?
TENT COTS. PATENT SPRING
BEDS, SAFES, and other articles
too numerous to mention. FURNI?
TURE and MATTRESSES MADE
TO ORDER. Particular attention
given to REPAIRING, PACKING
Washington 'stre t, .
April 28 Opposite Masonio Hall.^_
Pickles, Canned Fruits, &c.
PLAIN. MIXED AND CHOW
CHOW PICKLES, assorted jars;
CANNED PEACHES, PINEAP?
PLES, TOMATOES, PEAS, CORN.
Pie Fruits, Cranberry Sauce, Lob?
sters, Oysters, Jellies, Extracts,
French and English Mustard, Lon?
don Club Sauce, Worcestershire
Sauce, Walnut Sauce? Pepper Sauce,
Fresh Olive Oil, Sardines, Sec., on
hand and for sale bv '
J. Sc T. R. AGNEW,
Dealers in Choice Groceries, ?c.
Fresh Hops, &c.
THRESH HOPS, YEAST POW
-T DERS, PEARL SAGO, OAT
MEAL, English MUSTARD, Arrow
Root, Flavoring Extracts, Starch,
Blueing, Cocoa, Jujube Paste, Spices,
Matches. Best articles at tho lowest
FISHER ST HEINITSH'S,. .
April 21 \ Druggists.
? RAREi CHANCE.
A?OUNfi LAWYER will find
RICE'S and CONNER'S LAW
DIGESTS, and the STATUTES AT
LARGE; also, RICE on BANK?
RUPTCY. JAMES on BANKRUPT?
DUFFIE Sc CHAPMAN'S
Bookstore, Davis' Building.
IN compliance with the requeat of
many lovers of the game, my
SALO?N has been RE-OPENED.
A BAR is connected with the
Saloon, at which Seeger' UNADUL?
TERATED LAGER BEER can
?lways be obtained; also, WINES,
Muvl G. DJERCKS.
F??HE? ?k LOWRANCE.
COLUMBIA. S. C.
Gre onbrier White Sulphur Springs,
Greenbrier. County, Weat Virginia.
THE undersigned, Lessees of this
old andwellknown WATERING
PLACE, announce that, encouraged
by the liberal patronage received last
season, they, have ..largely added to
their accommodations, in comfort
and in appearance, and are prepared
to entertain 1,500 guests.
The,. BATHING ACCOMMODA?
TIONS are in fine order.. HOT and
WARM SULPHUR BATHS, so emi?
nently efficacious in many cases, are
at the command of visitors at all
hours. In addition"tb other amuse?
ments, they have provided a new and
elegant BOWLING - ALLEY and
BILLIARD ? ROOM,1 uconveniently
located. Prof., Rosenberger 's cele?
brated PUIiL BRASS BAND has
been engaged for tho season. A
goodi LIVERY STABLE will be kept
on tho premises. i
I Tho completion ; of the Virginia
.Central Railroad, to Covington,
leaves only twenty miles staging,
through a beautiful mountain coun?
try, over a well graded turnpike.
TERMS-$3 per day, and $80 per
month. Children under ten years of
age, aud colored servants half price.
White servants according to accom?
modations. PEYTON & CO.
May 2 , _ . _ t!5
1 OOO BUSHELS CORN just
A.?VxV/V-r received, and for sale
by FISHER & LOWRANCE.
Also, delivered at all stations on
the Greenville and Cola ru bia Rail
Iroad, at Columbia prices. April 25
TO THE LADIES.
MRS. C. E. REED has
just, received a splendid
? assortment of DRESS
TRIMMINGS. Also, a
'fresh supply of MILLI?
NERY GOODS, of all
descriptions, at wholesale
and retail. French Cor- .
1 sets. Zephyr Worsted Hair Braids,
Curls, etc., which will be sold very
DRESS-MAKING in all branches,
warranted tfc give satisfaction.
Main street, over R C. Anderson's
! clothing-store._April 22 3mo
New Principle'. New Remedy! ! No
THE ,ONLY FEVER and AGUE
REMEDY, free from Arsenic,
Quinine; v Mercnrr, Strychnine or
other Poison, is *the FEVER and
AGUE CURE, OR ANTIDOTE TO
MALARIA-which will entirely pro?
tect any resident traveler, even in the
most sickly or swampy localities, from
any Ague or Bilious disease whatever.
It instantly cheeks the Ague in
persons who have suffered for any
I length of time, from one day to
twenty years, so that they need never
have another chill, by continuing ita
use. according to directions. The
patient at once begins to recover ap?
petite and strength, and continues to
improve until a permanent and radi?
cal cure is effected.
The following certificate, from the
most celebrated chemist in the United
States, is attached to every bottle:
"NEW YORK, Juno ll, 1855.
"I have made a chemical examina?
tion of 'Rhodes' Fever and Ague
Cine,' or 'Antidote to Malaria,' and
have tested it for arsenic, mercury,
quinine and strj'cbnine, but have not
found a particle of either in it, nor
have I found any substance in its
composition that would prove inju?
rious lo tho constitution.
"JAME-: R. CHILTON, :?. D.,
For salo by ' 'Chemist. "
FISHER $ HEINITSH,
vi In Equity-Richland District.
0. C. Singleton vs. T. S. Nickcrson
IBill to foreclose Mortgage.
T appearing td my satisfaotion that
Thomas S. Nickerson, defendant
to the within bill, resides beyond the
limits of tho State; on motion of
Haskell, complainant's solicitor, it is
ordered, that the said defendant do
plead, answer or demur to the said
bin, within forty days after publica?
tion hereof, or else an order pro con
Ces?o will be granted and entered up
D. E. DESAUSSURE,
April 21 fm C. E. R. D.