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?CDLISEXD DAILY AND TRI-WEXXLT. mn GLIANf R, ?Y JULIAN A. SELBY, . EDITOB AXD PBOPBIETOR. Office ou Main Street, above Taylor. Agent? for Pheonix and Gleaner. IBAM MITCHELL.Spartauburg . M. I.IBER.Newberry 0. H ULI us POPPE.Anderson ?. H AMES QUAST..Union J. R. ALLEN..Chester THE fr* Ml nv? i DAILY "Let our Just Censure BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA. S. C.. THURSDAY HORNING. JULY 15. 1869. VOL. V-NO. 90. TB BM 8-IH A D VAN C E. SUBSCRIPTION. Daily, Six Months.S4 00 Trl-Weekly, Six Months.S 50 Weekly, Six Months. 1 50 ADVERTISEMENTS. Per Square, (10 lines.) flrtt insertion.$0 76 Each subsequent insertion. SO Weekly, each insertion. 79 ?ar A,liberal discount mailt on the above ates when advertisements are Inserted by the month. SGT Rook and Job Printing of all kinds nrnmnllr mr. A f"ill.f..ll.. - J-J Miss Eliza Hite, of Rockbridge, Va., was outraged, and afterwards murdered, by a negro named Jesse Cummings. Tue culprit was arrested, confined in jail, but was forcibly taken ont tho sumo night, and hung. RADICAL ECONOMY!-A negro in one of the upper Counties is convicted of stealing and fined ten dollars; Bullock remits the fine and spends between 8200 and 3300 in advertising tho fact! Is there no way to stop this costly non? sense?-Savannah Republican. T A Mrs. Carroll, in tho crowd of spec? tators at tho publio exhibition of fire? works in Maumee City, Ohio, on Satur? day, when tho "Fourth" was celebrated, was struck in the face by a rocket, and her nose, and part of her upper jaw, and the flesh from one side of her face Were torn off. A Now Hampshire editor, who has boen keeping a record of big beets, an? nounces at lost that "the beet that beat the beet that bent the other beet is now beaten by a beet that beats all the beets, whether the original beet, tho beet that j beat that beet, or the beet that beat tho beet that beat the other beet." The post o.ffioes at Camden and Green? ville have been made money order offices. Tho Post Office Department has or? dered tho mails to bo conveyed through to Augusta from Grauiteville, over the Columbia and Augusta Railroad, at an increased compensation of #900 per an? num for tho twelvo additional miles of trabk. "James! James!" cried an author's wife, "I have been calling you this last half hour, and dinner is getting quite cold. "Oh, is it? Well, you know, I have jost killed the cruel old uncle. His pro? perty, of course, comes to his nephew, Charles, and I am marrying him to Emily. Keep the mutton hot till the ceremony is over, there's a dear." In Richmond is a negro who, eighteen years ago, bought his freedom of his master, and, working hard, early and late, soon was able to buy his wife. He has been prospering since, and he now owns the finest livery stable and hack? stand in the State, and is said to be worth $50,000. His old master, when Lee evacuated Richmond, in April, 1865, was worth 8500,000. Thousands upon thousands were destroyed by fire, money went this way and that, and not long after he came back to Richmond, broken in spirit, ruined in property, and tired of his troublesome life. His old slave found him, took him to bis honse, gave him the best medical skill that money could buy, and every luxury. Presently the old man died, peacefully and hap? pily. His funeral was a large and expen? sive one, and he was borne to a lot in the cemetery paid for by his old slave, who also paid for the funeral outlay. Over him was raised a handsome monu? ment, paid for with the negro's money. The widow of the deceased slave-owner lives in a house presented by the negro, who also supplies her with every com? fort. Falt?n Market Beef. PICKLED Ox Tongues and Sugar-cured Breakfast Strips. For sale by June 13_E. & G. D. HOPE. Preserving Kettles. TINNED and Enameled Preserving KET? TLES, for sale low, bv _FISHEB, LOWRANCE fe FISHER. Good! Better!! Best!!! READER, if you want the best HAM in market, try one of Thomas <? Co.'a Kcn tuekv Hams, sold only bv May 81_ J. Sc T. R. AGNEW. Pipes ! Pipes ! ! Oil DOZ, Assorted Brier Ryot, with Metal ??VJ Screws, 20 Doz. do., wirh Maerschaum Lining, 1 Gross Cane Pipes. JOHN C. SEEGERB. Hams, &c. fci /A RANGE" Brand HAMS, best in market. \J Pure Leaf Lard. Fulton Market Beef, Scaled Herrings. Pickled Salmon, Smoked Tongues, Ac. _ ili,Talc _ GEO. SYMMERS. _ Iron. SWEDES IRON, li, li, 2, 2.1, 3, 3j, 5, G, 7, 10 inches. Band Iron, English Iron, Hoop Iron. Sheet Iron. 2.000 noe?, of all kinds, i 200 Pairs Trace Chains. L_FISHER, LOWRANCE St FISHER. Light ! Light ! ! Light ! ! ! SAFETY and Economy combined, by using the CRESCENT GAS GENERATOR and CRESCENT OIL. This Oil is non-explosive I and gives a brilliant light, without tho use of 1 lamp-chimneys, or the trouble of cleaning them. Kerosene Lannis altered to use tb? Crescent Oil and Gas Generator, at a trifling expense. For further information and a sup? ply of Crescent Oil and Oas Generator, apply to_J. A- T. R. AGNEW. Citation. IT APPEARING to my satisfaction that the heirs of Samuel Jumper, deceased, (liamos not known,) residos without tho limits of this Staic it i* therefore ordered that they appear in the Probato Court, holden for Lexington County, South Carolina, within forty days from this date, to show cause why tho real estate of George Fertie, deceased, should not bo partitioned. A. EF1RD, Probate Judge, 8. C. Office of Probate Court. Lexington County, S. ( , Jnnt i. 1869. Juno 2 w7 Special Notices. Dalchci'a Lightning Fly-Hitler ! Dfath to tho Living 1' Long live tho Killers! Sold by Dealers Everywhere ! Juno .10 Imo_ ?S-PHIliOSOPllY OF MAUKUGE.-A Nr.w CounsH OF LECTUIIES, ats delivered at tho New York Museum of ' natomy, embracing tho subjects: How to Live and What to Live for; Youth, Maturity and Old Age; Manhood G< ne rally Reviewed; The Cause of Indigestion; Fla? tulence and Nervous Diseases accounted for; Marriago Philosophically Considered, ftc, ?Vc. Thcf lectures will be forwarded on receipt of four stamps, by addressing Sec'y Baltimore Museum of Anatomy, 74 Weet Baltimore street, Baltimore, Md._May 6 ly THE MARRIAGE RING.-Essays on the Errors of Youth and Follieo of Ago in regard to Social Evils, with certain help for thc erring and unfortunate. Seut in sealed letter enve? lopes, free of charge. Address HOWARD AS? SOCIATION, Bo:; P, Philadelphia, Pa. Mav22 3mo Nickerson House Hotel, COLUMBIA, S. C. iy^lT^ TUE undersigned having Jf?wsSWS^L BES'-'-Wrp his lenee u] on the aboveT^oToTAR HOUSE, will endeavor to make it oue of tho most agreeable Hotels iu the South. A call is solicited. ay Free Omnibus to and from the Hotel. WM. .A. WRIGHT, Julv 9 Sum Pro^ii^tor. NEW GOODS ! AT C. F. JACKSON'S, Cheap for Cash. NEW GOODS! AT C. F. JACKSON'S, Cheap for Cash. Juno 27_ Election Notice. CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. COLOMBIA, July 1, 1809. IN pursuance of a resolution of the Citv Council, au election for City Snrvevor will bo held in the Council Chamber on tho 20th instant. Applicants for the office will send in their applications at this ofhee, on or before that date. J. S. McilAHON, City Clerk. July 10_9 Gibbes ?& Thomas, Real Estate Agents, OFFER their services to the publio as GEN? ERAL LAND AGENTS. Will buy and sell Lands, and other property, on commission. No charges until salea are effected. JAMES G. GIBBES, JOHN P. THOMAS, _i*ni? __ WADE HAMPTON GIBBEfL j Something Extra Fine! ^ k THE Triumph Soda Water Ap "%jHaflG??r paratus is in full op< ration for thc jp^^Mtt? season, with choice Syrups made 3jjjjQp|gj?^oi pure juice of fruit, ut Confectionery and Bazaar and Ice Cream Ka IOOIL_ May 30 The Reynolds Patent Plow. HAYING made arrangements with Messrs. Wm. Glaze ft Co. for the manufacture and exclusivo salo of this justly celebrated PLOW, we aro prepared to offer tin m to the country on good terms. Oood tools viii always be found a good investment. Feb 28 FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER. Chewing Tobacco. OA BOXL? "Roso Bud," verv fine, 2 " "Navy," 10 " Common, low price. April 20 _ JOHN C. SEEGERS. Champagne. JUST received a consignment of the follow? ing choice brands: LAC D'OR. C. Heidsick and Creme de Boozy. For sale low to elosft. G KO. SYMMERS*. Butter ! Butter ! ! -I r\ TUBS CHOICE MAY BUTTER. ? t 50 IU cents per pound bv retail, jnst received and for sale by j ft T. H. AGNEW. I First of the Season. J?/~Y. BAGS NEW FLOUR, from the Excel sior Mills. Augusts, warranted firt?t quality. For si? by E. ft G. D. HOPE. Bacon and Flour. OA AAA Lns-1>rin,f> BACON SIDES. ?\Jm\J'J\J 200 bbls. FLOUR, at ?8 lo $14 per Barrel. For sale by E. ft G. D. HOPE. Holland Giu. 1PTPE PURE SCHIEDAM GIN, direct from tho Custom House. i June 27 JOHN C. SF.F.GERS. Butter and Cheese .I rv TUBS Choice GOSHEN BUTTER, IU 20 Boxes Prime CHEESE. Jnst received by steamer and for sale Viv April 27 J. ft T. It. AGNEW. THE POLLOCK HOUSE, 191 Main street, Columbia, S. C. *?nig j tn ig % g* o TT Bacon and Flour. 2AAA POUNDS BACON. . UUl/ RBLS. FLOUR, and other goods as LOW as tbev CAN BE BOUGHT, by FISHER, LOWRANCE ft FISHER. "FL es ta u ra ix T , 191 Main etreet, Columbia, S. C. 'agri?n gooiggji gm Smoked Meats, &c. EXTRA SUGAR-CURED BACON STRiriS, Extra Sugar-cured Hame aud Shoulders, Extra Largo Smoked Beef Tongues. -r ?alo by_GEO. SYMMEBS. Vinegar! Vinegar!! 5BBLS. Turo Cider VINEGAR, 5 bbl-.. 1 ure White Wine Yin- ? ar. For ?alo low bv the bart el and at retail, by June ll _J. it. 'll. B. AGNEW.. DU. W. H. TVTT'S STANDARD PREPARATIONS. SARSAPARILLA ASH QUEEN'S DELIGHT, Expectorant, Vegetable Liver Pills, Improved Hair Dye, For salo by Feb'27 ly_E. E. JACKSON. Pocket Corn Sheller. Ct nELLS G bushels of corn per hour. A emvll JO boy can can uso them. Any lady can use them." Weight I pound. They supply a want long needed. Will wear always. Takes every kernel off the cob. Price, only $2. April 2? J. tz T. lt. AGNEW Sardines ! Sardines ! ! 1AAA HALF BOXES SARDINES, at ,V/v/v/ 80 cents per box by retail. 1,000 Quarter Boxes Sardines, at 25 cents per box bv retail. For sale Dv May 29 .J- .V. T. R. AGNEW. Fresh Supplies. DUTCH HERRINGS, Fresh Country and Mountain BUTTER, Pink-Eve and Peach-Blow Planting Potatoes, Fine Goshen 0IIEE8E, at G. DIERCKS, Jan 28 At the Sign of the Watch. Choice Groceries. TUST to hand: Rio, Laguayra, Java and tJ Mocha COFFEES, Choicest Japan, Hyson and other TEAS, Smoked Tongues, Pickled Salmon, and all tho thousand other things which go to make up a First-class Grocery Store, for sale by April 28_GEORGE SYMMERS. Jos. DAKIEL Port. A. C. HASKELL. POPE & HASKELL, A TTO UN E YS AT LA W AND SOLICITORS IN EQUITY, Office-Law Raneo, Columbia, 8. C. May 5 Fire and Liie Insurance. II. TC. NICHOLS ?i CO.. AGENTS. COLUMBIA, S. C.. REPRESENT OLD COMPANIES, with ag? gregate accumulated Capitals, January 1, I860, of $22,379,174 00. April 30 BE INSURED._3mo Arrivals. PURE CIDER VINEGAR, for table and pickling purposes, the same quality which my customers have heretofore pronounced '?he best ?o have ever used." White Wino Vinegar-warranted. Orange Brand HAMS-abovecommendation. Bologna Sausages, Dessicated Codfish. For sale by GEO. SYMMERS. June 1 BOSADALIS Purifies the Blood. For Salo by Druggists l.vcrywbcre. Solace and Virginia Leaf. C> GROSS SOLACE, 12? .' Virgiuia Leaf-fresh from the Fac? tory, for sale at the Ale and Lager Beer Depot. April 20 JOHN C. SEEGERS. I* "IN THIS SIGN I CONQUER." HEINITSII's QUEEN'S DELIGHT THE CROWNING GLORY OF MEDI? CINE AND THE WONDER OF MODERN SCIENCE. THE WAVING BANNER OF HEALTH SPREADS TRIUMPHANT OVER THE LAND. A Great and Good Medicine. THE NEW THEORY OF HEALTH. THE LIFE of all Flesh is Blood- the Hoalth of all Lite is Purity of Flesh-wit bout Parity of blood no Flesh can bo free from Disease. HEINlTSirS QUEEN'S DELIGHT .4.V AN TI BO TE TO DISEASE. Great American AlterBtive and Blood Purifier! Eur the Cure of all those Diseaae?which may he traced to a vitiated condition of the Blood. Tbe Theory is that Blood ie the Life of all Flesh, aud il impure, the Life of all Diseane. Life and Health is onh to be maintained by the circulation of pun arterial blood. Such an Scrofula, RheumatUm, Hepatic Disor? ders, Inflammation. Fevers, Liver Complaint, Consumption, King'.?Evil, Boil?, Itching Hu? mor of Skin. Carbuncle?. Erysipelas. Tet ter, Skin Diseases, Pimple?, Roughness of Skiu. Blotches, Pain io Bones, Ohl Ulcers, Syphilid and Syphilitic Sorte, Indigestion, Inflammation of Bladder and Kidneys, Pains in Back. General Debility, and all complaints arining from deficiency and povertv of Blood. HEINITSH S QUEEN'S DELIGHT Is tho Wonder of Modern Soienoe. No medicine has attained such a world-wide reputation as this justly celebrated compound. Its extraordinary healing powers aro attested to by thousands, "and every mail is freighted with letters hearing testimony to its excellent character and worth as a medicine. Orders aro coining in from all quarters, and all bear nnmistakable evidence of its great popularity. Be sure and ask for "IIEINITSII'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT," And see that hin name ison lt. Look out and avoid base imitations. FISHER* HEINITSII, Wholesale Agents, April I8j Columbia, 8. C. Tin Foil Chewing Tobacco. -I f \ GROSS SOLACE, 1U 10 gross Yellow Bark, Fresh from the Factory. For ?ale, whole? sale and retail, at JOHN C. SE KG E RS' June 27 Ale and Lager Beer Depot. Beer! Beer!! SOME dealers in this city have been in doubt that I could hold out supplying them with Buer this summer. I now mforui the public that I have a large supply of old Lager Beer on band, which 1 pul against any Beer brought from th" Not th, ur evt-n imported from Ger? many, as to purity and strength. I am ready to test it bv the Detr scale. June 18 '_JOHN C. SEEGERS. DENTISTRY fSSBSt DR. D. L. BOOZER, grateful for the "^HiPiiberal patronage he hus received from thc citizens of this city and the surrounding District, during thc past year, respectfully an uouncea that he now permanently establishes himself in Columbia. All operations on tho natural Teeth faithfully performed. ARTI? FICIAL CASES, in every approved method, carefully and satisfactorily executed-among which ho would call special attention to that known as Reynolds' Patent; and of his suc? cess in constructing Artificial Cases by this beautiful and durable process, ho is enabled, with confidence, to refer to his patients and to the patentee. Office on Main street, over First National Bank. _ Jan 8 CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK OF SOUTH CAROLINA AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $500,000. DEPOSITS OF SI & UPWARDS RECEIYED. XNTEREST at tho rate of Six per cent, per annum, (tho rate paid by most Savings Banks is from Three per cent, to Five per cent, only,) allowed on deposits, and payablo in January and July of each year, or added to principal, and interest compounded, at option of tho depositor. Principal and Interest, or any part thereof, may bc withdrawn at any time-tho Bank re? serving the right to demand tho usual notice, to wit: Fourteen days if tho amount is under $1,000; twentv days it over $1,000 and uuder $5,000, or thirty duya if over $5,000. The of ilcers may, however, in their discretion, and in most instances will, pay without such notice. In order to pay interest to depositors, the Bank must invest its funds; and tho object of the notice is to give it time to realize, when necessary, upon its investments. When de? sired, special Interest hearing certificates will be given, payable at a designated time. The Capital of the Bank has been paid in IN CASU, and has been invested by the Directors in re? liable securities. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, CouFruoiXEa-GENEBAn's Orr ICE, March 1, 1809. I hereby certify that the Citizens' Savings Bank ot South Carolina have furnished me with satisfactory evidence that the Capital of said Bank has teen paid in, as requireel by the Act of incorporation, ratified February 12, 1609. (Signed) J. L. NEAGLE. Comptroller-General S. C. Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Or? phans and others may here deposit their sav? ings and draw a liberal rate of interest there? on. Planters, Professional Men and Trustees wishing to draw interest on their funds until they require them for business or other pur? poses: Parents desiring to set apart small sums for their children, and Married Women and Minors (whose- deposits can only be with? drawn by themselves, or, in case of death, by their legal representatives,) withing to lay aside funds for future use, are here afforded an opportunity ul depositing their means where they will rapidly accumulate, and, at the same time, be subjeel to withdrawal when needed. OFFICERS. Gen. Wade Hampton, President. Col. Juhn ll. Palmer, vice-President. Thomas E. Gregg, ( ashier. John ?. B. !-lilith, \f-Hist;?nt Cashier. Solicitors. Col F. W. McMastt r. Col. B. H. Rutledge, Messrs. Fair, Pope A Poj e. Directors. Gen Wade Hampton, Colombia. Col. P. W. McMftbter, Columbia. Col. A. C. Haskell, Columbia. Col. J. P. Thomas, Columbia. C?d. J. B Palmer, Colombia. Thomas E. Gn-gg, Ecii., Columbia. Dr. E. H. Hcinitsb, Columbia. J. Eli Gregg, Esq., Marion. G. T. Scott, Esq., Newberry. W. G. Mayes, Esq., Newberry. Col. B. H.'Rutledge, Charlesion. Daniel Ravenel, Jr., Esq., Charleston. Fina nee Comm ?Itt e. John B. Pr.lmer, J. P. Thomas, O. T. Scott, A. C. Haskel), J. Eli Gregg. [Extracts froux By-La tr $ arni Cltarter.\ Tb6 Finance Committee shall have power to examine the officers, books and papers of said Bank, and to verify the statements of said of? ficers aud said books and papers, by taking an inventory of tho assets and liabilities of the Bauk; and the said Committee shall mako at least quarterly reports of the lesuits of their investigation to the Board of Directors. * * * Thc Cashier shall, on each Tues? day, report, in writing, to thc President the business transacted of tho foregoing week. * * * And he shall exhibit, at the regular meetings of the Directors, the Bank's book or booka, and have prepared, from his books, a complete balance sheet, together with a statement showing his receipts and ex? penditures. * * * The Cashier, Assistant Cashiers and Tellers shall be re? quired to give satisfactory bonds for the faith? ful performance of their respective duties; and said bonds, before their acceptance by the President, must be approved by one of tho Solicitors of the Bank, and by the Finance Committee. * * * No Director or officer of said corporation shall borrow or mc any portion of the funds thereof; be surety for loauB to others, or in any manner, directly or indirectly, be an obligor for money bor? rowed of or loaned by the corporation. * * * No loan of money shall be made by said corporation to any stockholder owning . moro than four shares therein. July 20 New York Advertisements. A" 'FORTUNE IN ANY STATE.-Rights for Sale-New patent article for every t?malo. Sample $2. Address INVENTO?, P. O. Box 2.438, Now York._ WANTED-LADY AGENTS, in every Town and Yillngc, to sell what every ladv will purchase at eight. AddriSH Mit-H WILLIAMS. 130 Fulton nt., N. Y._ FOR LADIES ONL.Y-For an article having a remarkable sale, address Mrn. MOKOAN, ISO Fulton street, New York. July 10_Imo* IMPROVED FRENCH RANGE MAXCFACTCIIED BY KRAMII.VL.Li. DEANE ?b CO., 217 and 249 Water street, N. Y. April 13_3mo TT. CLOUD HOTEL. ->-Y THIS NEW and Commodious fcT ? S nODSE, located corner Broad? way and Forty-second street, _;Now York, possesses advan? tages over all other houses, for tho accommo dation of its guests. It was built expressly for a first-class family boarding house-the rooms being largo and en suite, boated by steam with hot and cold water, and furnished second to nono; wbilo tho culinary department 1B in tho most experienced hands, affording guests an unequalled tablo. One of Atwood's Patent Elcvatois is also among tho 'modern improve? ments'and at tho servicoof guests at all hours. Tho Broadway and University PlaceCarspass tho door every four miuutes, funning from tho City Hall to Central Park, while tho Sixth and Seventh Avenue lines are but a short block on either side, affording ample facilities for com? municating with all depots, steamboat land? ings, places of amusement and business of tho great metropolis. MOBE & HOLLEY, March 19 Gmo Proprietors. SU M M ER BLACK and FANCY ALPACA SACKS. Blue Flannel Sacks. Skeleton Suite. Brown, Drab and White Linen Suits. White Duck and Marseilles Vests. White Linen Dr&weid. White Jean Drawers. Gauze Merino Shirts. Lisle Thread Shirts. French Yoke Shirts. Ties, Scarfs, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Halt Hose, Ac. PANAMA HATS. Boys' and Men's Straw Hats. Patent Ventilator Hats. Trunks, Valises, 1 raveling Bags, Ac. R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD. M^y29_ Sights and Sensations IN FRANCE, GERMANY. Ac. $1.50. Hill to Hill, by Surry,of Eagle'? Nest,$1.60 Five Acres Too Much, by Kooseveldt, a very pleasant and instructive book, ?1 50. How Crops (.row, for ?ill agriculturalists, by j Professor Johnson, il.50. (lld Town Folk?, a novel, by Mrs stove, $2. The Wedding Dav in all Ages und Countries, i il. 25 Stretton, a novel, hy Kingsley, 40 cents. The Villa on tho Rhine, by .Auerbach, oom-1 plete. He Ivuvw He was Right, npw complete, by Trollope. The Malay Archipelago, it*- Inhabitant? and Animals, llnelv illustrated, tull of informa? tion. European Vineyards, by Flagg, ri 50. Liddon?' Bampton Lectures, London. The Virginians, The Newcomcf, cheap edi? tion? of Thackeray's works, and other new books. For salo at BRYAN Sz McCARTER'S June 30 Bookntore. "COLUMBIA HOTEL, COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA. THE Proprietors take pleasure in announc-j ing this elegantly-furnished Establishment | j now open for thc accommodation of guosts. j The table will always bo supplied with every delicacy of the season-both from the Now York and Charleston markets, and no efforts will be spared to give perfect satisfaction, in i every respect, to our patrons. FREE LUNCH ' in thc refectory every day from ll until 12). May 30 . Scrubbing Brushes. 4DOZEN INDIA RUBBER SCRUBBERS. 4 dozen Clamp Scrubbing finishes. 4 dozen Hand Scrubbing Brushes. Just received and for sale low bv June 26_J. ft T. R. AGNEW. Wine Bottles. i)A GROSS Wine Bottles, for sale by ?\} Feb 11 E. fi G. D. norE. r- - -- ,-j .MU .?.uiiiuiij .uitiim ii IU. Charleston Advertisements. STOL.Li, 1VKIIB ?Si CO., WHOLESALE DRY GOODS, af*7 I i aso DomchticStore. | KI>? ST" | Lace Store Feb 27 CHARLESTON. S. C. _Ly SOUTH CAHOL.INA STATK Agricultural and Mechanical Magazine. (Official Organ of the South Carolina State Ag? ricultural awl Mechanical Society.) AT an early dale, tlio subscribers will pub? lish the first number ol a Monthly Maga? zine, devoted to the development of the mate? rial interests of thia State, and thu whole South; and will distribute 5,000 copies gratuit? ously, BO that every one may soo what it is be? fore subscribing. They intend to make it th? best andJhandBomeet industrial magazine ever published at tho South, and they ask tho cor? dial co-operation of every good citizen in thia enterprise, which must redound to tho publie welfare Pcr.mns wishing copies of the first number, will please send their address to WALKER, EVANS ft COGSWELL. Mayo 12_Charleston, S. C. JA. IMA IO. ' JS Saracenia; or, Fly Trap Bitters. THE GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY, for Dvspepsia, ?nd Nervous Disorders, Gene? ral Debility, ftc; prepared by G . W . AIMAR, Chemist and Druggist, Charleston, S. C. SAVANNAH, GA., March 3, 1867. MB. G. W. AIM AK-Dear Sir: A member of my family, suffering long from Dyspepsia, has experienced more relief trom your "Saracenia Bitters," than from any other medicino she has over tried. It is most oxcellent for invigo? rating tho system and creating an appetite. I regard it as decidedly the most beneficial of all dyspeptic remedies. Yours, verv respectfully, N. J. DARRELL. Sold by all Druggists. General Agents, RISLEY ft'Co., Ul Chambers street, New York. April 9 _ _jly NOTE.-We would cai! the particular atten? tion of our friends to thc above card. P. P. TOALE bas a large Factory, and such facili? ties as enable him to supply the best work of his own make at low prices. A very htrge and complete assortment alwata on hand, at his Factory, HORLBECK'b WHARF, near North? eastern Railroad Depot. Charleston, S. C. N. B -Orders from the conntry solicited, and strict attention paid to shipping in good order. April 0 fly Land and City Property for Sale. 14 FIRST CLASS CITY RESIDENCES, 8 to s 12 Rooms, 2. 7 2d Class City Residences, 6 to 10 Items, 3. 5 3d Clasfc *. " 3 to 6 4. 8 Valuablo Building Lots, on Main stn et, 5. 10 *' Lots, in tither parta of the city, G. 3 Large Lots in Waverley, 7. 14 Tracts Lund, within :t miles of Columbia, from ten acres lo 1.000, 8. The Hopkin? T. <> Plantation, 1,480 acres, 9. 2,422 acres, m ar Kingsville, oin o* the beet eott'iu and stock plantations in tho conntry. 10. 9 Other Plantations ia Richland-sortie of them vt ry dosii a ! le, 11. 10.009 acres'in Kdg< Held-several tract*, 12. Mill and Planting Propertj in Lexington. 13. 13,oOU acre? in Uiisrleston-phosphate unit oth.r Lands, ll 2,500 nero Pa rmi ? :: ! ands in Fairfield, 15. l.Tuo aeren m MI G ri ? turill Court ll? n?<i . 116. ?i,Ouo " in I.ai:i?-ns-st vi'ial tracts. 17. 2.OO0 " i:i K?M??liaw, 18. 1,000 " sn Ma?l?.-i..-.u Ntl lpla.t, ! li). -Jp; '. in Y'.ri ri'-l ni -old. 2i?. 7 Fine P'autntmrr >. \iL.-vit:.-. I 21. 8.", ii!!? ,ci-.- ot Lund m Fhn i<.a I Pani?-? dc?inni! tu ^urchaae ta >> '! ? r? pei ty ; will lind ii to their inti r?-?t l?? cos-uo .> We I have correspondent* lu New York. Pnitn?? Iphin ' and baltimore, tn which points we constantly vend descriptive ?iris ot property .'or t-a'e. March 6 GIBBES ft THOMAS. FRUITS IN AND OUT OF SEASON. LEMONS AND ORANGES, Dat?:s. Prunelles, Figs. Prune?. A fresh lot of fine French Coiifcmion erv-something rich, rare nntl palatable. Fre?h Nuts, Almonds and Raisins. Dessicated Cocoanut. Sicily Lemon Sugar. Toys, Toys. Toys, Toys, Toys, Toys, AN ENDLESS VARIETY. CAKES and PIE8-fresh and made to order. Pare CANDIES manufactured daily. Crt anet Sets-a fine, healthy, ant-door exer Ket? Cool! The subscriber, intending to give his friends" s and customers a chance tu keep coo!, hus ^JtT~^ (ermined tu reduce, the price of CREAM Mt the balance ol the season. Cream per quart, 75 cents. Cream per ulalu, '20 cents. Cream per half plate, 10 cent?. Lemonade and Fruit Beverages, 10cents per glass Call and be convinced t.f the correctness of the above.. J. MCKENZIE, .lui.i 1 Main Street. STRONG INDUCFTMENTS^ rflHE NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCF.COM JL PASY will insure ?1,000, at the following rates : Age 25-114.50. " SO- 10.55. " 35- 19.40. '. 40- 2:1 30. " 45- 21 85. .' 5" - 30 05. All other companies charge 40 to SOpcr cent, more. Before von insure, examine for your- . selves. E. H. HEINITSH, Ftb 27 Agent for South Carolina.