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.PARS, Jaitury 26.--(en. Dix,
Aiericani 31inister, has ured the
French Government to abol i h the
odious systtem of searching the bag
gage of strangers arriving ink France.
It is understood the Government made
a favorable reply. The appliention
4 made by Gonoral Dix is in view of
coming international expositionl.
8.-r . 111 Pw11nua JmItry 2 7.-Ad -
vices from LBeAlring !traits st ato that
the.Aieiea1n portioll oft li tussialn
Americaii Telegraph is comploted.
The Straits have been surveyed for
the purpose of finding a plae'o for a
nabmarine a cable. Tho lltssianit por
tion of this greait e litmnterprise i expeet.
od to be fin islied by autnin.
Losnox, Jan. 22 --The //.-rul, of
this morning. eitorialhl says that tile
Governent ha protesI algalist the
d!cision of Shaw in ic TorniadoI, owinlf - ,
tin irregularity. Tle /Jef~blbi admits ihat
the opierations of the Tornado louked
Fim. tx.ex, Jan. 22.-'I'i question
bet ween Itill ay and Turkiev, arismir ont
of the firing uiponi an italin it vessel Iy
Iho Tirks, has been nmtie ily vat b./t.
The Sublflime l'orte, yiil.hIi ei veay polint
nid conseits to payr id-mniit.
ATuNS, JI. 'i2-Thei ( i.i.f of the
insurgelits in aii has wrilu-n a long
h-tier to tie Utitmcd States Consul here,
ithaig the A.merican people throigh
him, for the sympahy extended to I't
Cretans. Hie'amilso pet i:ions the Consuml
for American ships-of-war, to convey
womnivi and children.
The London Court of AdImirnlty has
just gi vena finial ju-lgment inl favor of the
Unilted Rutte ini the lia i:ock
case. This -n 11k s lie tbiaii s ini-r re
Cdirerel by Uniited ;StatLe Consul tDudly
in tle Couri.s here.
Liv rinrooi, Jan. .22, evening.-There is
Ino clanigc in itie co toi narket ; mnid ng
uprind quioed at 14),
I'mnis, Ja. 22.-''he Uniteil Stntes wanr
staiinzr Swatara with Jotuh It. Surratt oni
boart. arrivela P t-. wit dii , i iut or
MArorcia. iearic ishutls, recent r. nild I
ater coaling sailed agatin for the Unitat
( .LvEs-ro, Janua'y 26.--The re
ma ins f letieral .Jolititoin were scnt
1ouVston thiS nllgIi 11g. The WereC' fol
lowed to the railroad depot byta large
procession of ladies and geitlciee.
The following answer was made by
flGen. (brifnin L to the appeal of Major
Leonard, of tiis city :
Si : I respectfutlly decline to grant
your reiiest. I have too much re
gard for th 11miniory of tle irave in cmi
who died to preserve our Governm iet
to authoriza Confeulerato demiustra
tions over the remiuils of aty one who
attempted to destroy it.
(Signed,4,) P.. if. 1SHERIDAN,
MaF11jor-Gcolmerl' U. S. Army.
HOUSTON, January 20.-The re
mains of (.eii. Johnston arrived here
to-day. Many of the public build
inga are draped iniourning. Thous
ands of citizens were at the depot to
await th'ir coming. They were es
corted to the Female Academy, where
they will. remain istate untit Mon
daty, when the intem nt will take
GA i.VPsTON, f a .-The spe
eial ear retunintg f'romi Iloustoni,
where it had carried a number of lady
attoindanits upon01 the reimains of Genoi.
T Johnston, ran off thoe track to-day.
A numiber of ladies were v'erJ severe
WVAsnixovoN, January 24 -Gen.
Thiomas is hero. Sheridan is expecte'd
Tile light-homn nt. WVide's Point,
m~oth Pasqiuotnik River, Albermairle
Sonnld, will be lighted on and after 176~b
rnary 63, with a flxedl whiite light, at, an
elevation of thirty fi re feet.
Generals Thiomas anid Sickles saiv the
Tihe galleries ie-oro dens-y crowded
to hear Stevenis oni the enablitng Act;
bt.ho gave wayl) to 1Iaymonld, whto
wished to speak.
The iintertmd revenue receipts to-day
On offlii represcntation that thec
civil-rights-bi1l1 'cannot be enforced in
aginai parts of Arkansas, for wat (of add
quate force and competent courts, GJet.
Grantlhas ordered additiotal troops to
Gen. Ord, commanding iln Arkansnas.
The Nebraska anid Colorado veto is
NAanyVJ !LIJanuiary 'i3.---The House
nsed the militia bill, providig for a
Scavial ry, regiment, comlposedl of wiites
and blacks, for each (iongressional Dis.
trict, si~bject to a call from the Govern-.
or, alp~o abil erpising .white from the
N vy Yonx, Jaruary 23.-The steami.
er Eagle has Arrvylf'ronm anvann, the
109th. .Meipp:gnpi43states I hat Maxi
milban ispgt lys 1.hIns wa y to that elty.
hle. Rueveltioists, nnilier' Garcin, were
fetdnear L~eon. The famous gue.
rila. anera, w~as kthled near Orixaba.
TIeqro. is no abattemenit of the small11
pox a t Matsamora,. There w'ro seven
ty-thre, nelw. ciies on .tile 6th. The
Governmopt is compellingsvaccination.
JBtwios, January ?,3.--The Mary
land fb-gislatigro has repealed. the law
eel ling negro's f'qr crime.
A special despatceh to the New York
'Pa'nes says, since November the leading
politicians North and Souith, Republi
eans, Deeralf atu "idex QonfedgrgtLes
alikc, ar #driiin 17 N' pn of copiii.
a l~in bo4'een .tju1 rlh. .and Sonth.
2. 'J'he Exiceutiverand. Coigressuanrge
andIamety, forAmihr buea of the ptopc$w
ilion Artha n Sonth CarollA
wil applt Te, ~afbqli tis' Miffr'ay,,
the tre dJems .,,iyj gasslen1m loinly to.
Souith .,arolina iw.taIt Massachutsetse
suff'.ago. elect loyal yy ~tvs
aild'o09'shab dl e~~~~
1.f coifhidevling pr *pn
7 is buel en j~ iiVyi,
A scimme for a Pacific Road ilironh
Texas and Mexico is assiming shiap'o;
it i eVs 0 imm...nso grants of land.
The Spanih (GoverrlIr.fnt, it, is under.
stood, ri-ceived very kindly the overture
(of the Secretary of Stato for inedialion
in the :'onth American wvar. Tlia t
GJovernment, however, has no oflicial
informnation (f the resilt of I lite previon<.
Iender of mdiatiiin made by Great
Britain aind France.
G(ov. (mnmining., of Colorado, is en
rout.; for Was.-hington
NT~cu sny, . At.A., January 24.
(llitf Justice Walker de-livered anl
oinion heore t ie Supreni Court. IHe
reiterated thal the State wa;s a e /ceo
Goverimei tu li Ito Coiitnieae'v.
G nioms and i mtrators who in
vested inl Conlferate boinds or receiv'd
moilm-v in gol fa1i1th, and a.! hin iredi
trinaciions, are made valid ly this de
N IV Ont.KA.N January 24.---ov.
Wefl' messigo favors t.h'o adoption of
O he amnen-ilment, aind s11s41 mlies that Con
gress will de-mand impartial siifl'rag;
dienonnees the po!iee nad anti-Conven.
i ionists for tihe( July riots; urges in.
crinsi- ta x f.,r the mauntenance of the.
SAte credit ; favors the aprpropriation of
the prinr piroinon of the Soolil 111ind1
fotr I h nigro's ; urges iuduneemntsti. for
lori'-gn e'nig ration.
M'Xican advices show that, the Libe
rai. are pressing forward as thlie Frenth
leave. 'T'ere are iMany fiugitives and
Geni. H1owir d has issned the follow.
ing cirenlar I Hereafte , andi until fur.
ther orders, n) feems or charges will be
exacted by thoe oeers of this niean
for servics reneired in iiaking cnt racts
between freedmen and th,-ir imployer.
lither in examinatio. approving wit.
nlessimg or r- s~erm' contiriacl, oIr
at helwise. Hlle rgnests assisl aii. com
missiomnr to instruet lO-ir -mhordin-tirs
14i he11*' above e t I i r,.co-wn..n L;
written contraei ., in all cases; verbal
con Irac .occasion Mo:ch conifion. IN.
reat agents are urged to do all in tir
power to s(elre Colntracts4 for the freed
men, aiid In teilering itheir services for
tthi.; ohjiet, they shoild let, it, he in er.
stood hthat they wi!l be rendered without
chiarge to the parti es concerned.
Ji'Fr"itsoSx Cii, Mo., January 21.
-1l.-th hinses pray Congress to repeal
tho Acts paying for the seirviees of on.
Tl Colorad.> Legislattire hais pnqved
-in Aect p -ohibiling negroes itnd niilal.
toes servmg as.jurors, over the Govern
WV.kismxiorox, January 23.-.. promi
a1It. It'pl'liean 1mnembher of the I tousa,
in a r-eenet. letter to a friend, says, tench
ing thle impeachment busi ness, my own
Opinion is, tilid 1ms beei, it will tmlomllll
10 nothing. All reports Ohat. ihe Judi
ciary Comnittee have taken evidenee
hearing hau-i ol thl President arefalse.
not a single witnes.i has beeni examined
:11id tile. committee are proceeding very
Tho President approveul the bill fixing
the i i of meeting of Congress. add
ing the 4.i of March to tihe present, time
ToPEMAINi, January 23.
Poieroy has been elected for the long
terni, and E. G. Ross for the vacan
WASHINGToN-, Jan. 22.-The Chief
J stice of the Siu'n.-e ('ourt annoneod
to the bar that, o:i Ih,-11rSt ,.\ondt.y in
Miarch, the Court will adjourn to the
fir t Moiiday in A pril.
Johnu M,-yer, a C hicago salooi kecepeir
woni thme Ciosby Op.-ra H~ouse, which
wvas ratied yo-terdIay.
Tlhe Sothm Carolina Mu[trder Commit.
Leo havye been inst ructed to inquire about
the whippii~g of ci zens of I the Uniited
Saes in Norlth Ca roliiaa nd thle bnrn
ing to death of cit ize.ns in South Carolina
whlen conifiued in jail.
A report submtitted to the Hlouse
shows time issne' of' five twenti-s under
the Act of March 3, 1865, amounts to
New Outs..ass, Jan. 32.-Jutdge iM.'
lows, of the Third D)istrict Court, decide's
thbat. the Courts cant'L enforce Confeder
Gen. Kiddo, after an extensive tonir
thiirough Louisiana, reports tihe negroes
contracling, but there are not laborers
enouigh to till the land.
Nisw YonK, Jan. 22.-Thero 'wore
forty arrests to-day for violation of Ihe
exciso. A hutge' schema to cironito
co)unterfietsa has been frustriated by time.
ly police disc'over'ies.
A Sonthiern relief meeting ilil be held
in- Cooper Institt on Friday nigh t.
lBeecher and Grleehy will address the
James Dl. Trnoman, in tho Internal
Revenuo Department, has been arrested
for levying black mail.
Several vessels have arrived at New
York, the crews of' wich were -frost
-Vera Cruz adv'ices say' that 500 no
groes and Algerians burned the villages
of' Tampa and Cotiaslo, by order of the
Matxhn~iilan is conscripting heavily on
tho cliy of Mexico. .Dias, heading 12,
0tt0 Repnblieans, is reported mn the
nieighborhood, awaiting, his evacua
SAvaNxAnr, January 22.- (len .Scot t
lo ft h lescene of the ex:sting negro troub.
lesai South Carolina, carrying with him
thlunegro lawyer Bradley, charged with
MA DiSoN, Wmh, JRTn, 22.--Howe luis
been re-electedl Sena tor.
A fire odonded in Dauphin stroet.,
Mobile, on .Tuesda,# whicoh destroyed
proper-y valued' at~ #50,000. ' Several
firemien:weo adetiottely thurt. -A *Aret
also oceni'red in Vickabnrg tho same'day
involvingat loss of thre quartbraiof' a
dAri~yro,'Jajt 26,.O0t44 exelltigg~
0xistado .gondeqioeno of/ Gerreft ~Gfi
Iuterference wlth %i *ra JplpsflMos: 4
quies. General dArhI djaded 1i~4u
Arhich the11. lyor i yder lio
aflow the retnataW roi W1~t~ E~e
i helh Oe y i
.y - Iois~id. Boultms is susipeue an
BALTI 1i)rixon, San. 26.-Siwann was electo,
Marylanid Senator on (lhe ntinthbal.
8-r'. L~ouis, Jai,. 20.-The Ilhoogrph
who reportl-d tile I'residoti's speeohi hA
been suiumoned o Washington to testit'
regardin-g the correctness o' hi report.
W ASitING TON, Jaintar11y 28.-In thII
lonse, Trimble of Keritucky, intro
duced a bill repealing the cottim anl
sugar tax ; referred to the Ways am
An iutsuceessfil effort was made te
rofer the impeachiment to 1a Committe<
of seven, on the grouil that the Judi
vil 'omlimittce Iedw1 time. Th<
Chairmntan sa id the Comiittee limt
time ; anid in answer to whit the ('om
Iittee was doiig, lie said it would b<
known at tae proper time. No omil
outside of the ('on amittee knew,it
said, and he0 bra nded all the report
sent North is false.
St.ovents' bill was taken u), .iliat1
opposed tihe bill, as he favored keep
ing the Southern States from repre.
sOn tat ion indefinitelv. Stevens mod i
fied his bill materialy, and appealed
to lighamti to withdtraw his moetion t(
re0fer, so tle bill Imlight be completed.
Biighamti declinied. Stevelns said lte
refereneo of the bill would be in
death. A bitter colloiity Ietweo
liinilghiamlt and Stevens enisued. The
Speaker called Stevens to ordor foi
saying he did not believe a word
Binigham said. The bill was referred
to the Reeotstruction Committee by a
vote of 88 to 65.
WAsinIXo, January 2.1.-In the
Sett, ipetinons were presened from
tlt- Ohio wool'growers for increased
proteclionl. The I~inance i Cu (Jommitt e
r-pori ed. fthe civil appropriation bill,
with amendients. The tariff bill was
lisciissel anl a large mnmber of amend
uments olered, theoily one cepted
ad'ling to the froo list bouks ini all public
libra ries. A djourned.
III the llonse, after imimportant pro
ceeiding-, tIe bill giving Agi iitutiral
College scrip tor i iesstee, w ith anemid
meits Lo ext end the operations of the
bill to all the StateS, provokedl dehatp.
\avnard disliked lavintg Tmenn.e
yoked to the rebel States. Stokes also
spoke, and wias tamited with his early
secession letters. Stokes said he had
repeited and entereil tle Federal armv.
:11nd saul lie was ready to enter the sa-.
dlil anid slay thero three years longer,
whon Mr. Itindall, of l'ensylvania, sail
"O! I bosh ;" and ihe reilar report
Says in parenthesis laughter. Kelly, of
Tenniesspe, malintainling" that his was' Lhm
only Stilemrn State with the Hepuibli
enn Government Somb Ca roliin, Tex.
na. &C., lie intai Iimed, wore iot, States.
The debat progressed, and in amend
meit, was a1greedl to that to Confi-de'rate
shouild be profeisor. The President.
was called a uis-trpeir. Cooper, of Ten
nessee, was called to order for eallmg
Kelly, of Pennsylvaiia, a liar, and the
The enabling Act. was taken ip. antid
the Commi to of Ways cnd Means
instruieled to inqure into the expedien.
ey of repealing the cottol tax.
\Vasmxarox, January 23.-The
Ifi onse remained ii soasion till 6 o'clock
this morning. Forty votes by yeas atd
lays wero tmkei-onlv a third as many
d1ur'ng le fa motus fight over the KansaE
Nobraska bill. The mnjority finuall
yielded, Mr. ]3ouitwell proposed atn ad
joutrtnmenut to 10 o'clock, antd between
thaitthour and tnooni, shtonhl bo at the
disposal of the D~emocrtas, whlo wvished
to debate the bill. T1here wacs tno promnist
however on the part of tho Democratu
that they should allow a vote a tioen.
lloiitwell's hill, mnakintg a rule for the4
United St ates Conrts, excluding from
practice Confederates, and othews, paIsse
109 to 42.
Itn the Ifouse, the R.publicans volting
agatmns'. lBontwell's bill were hubl, I a
TIhie bill limtiting the time for filing
claiims inl thte Court, of Claims 'to sia
Thet bill providing for theo successor o0
Ite Presiettiatl omieo was liakent up, dis
entsseid, oirdered to0 be printed aund refer.
red to thte Judiciary'Coammitteo.
T1hue bill passed by the Ilontse at noon
to.-day, prescribing rutles for the gotaliti,
cal titn of lawvyers practicinlg in the Utti
tedi Slates Courtsa, was referred to the
WVASIHINOTON, Janutary 22.-In hln
Senate, a memorial was presented fron
thte Chnmber of C~ommercee of Memphis,
asking aid for I le Southern Pacific Rail
ro'td. Th'Ie tariff bill was di cussed,n,u,
af.Lr a short, executivo sessignt, adjotun
lIn the House, theo bill to ptunishi 1b
placintg of obsi rnct ions oni railroads cairry
mog mails was referred to the Post, Offct
A bill wavrs introduced, declarihg valit
certainm acts rind prolamationms of the
President fromt 1861 to 1865. It shtieldi
oflkers from acts committed in the die
charge of duty, and declares all offeeri
shall bo presiumedl to have acted nuidei
orders. TheL bill1 was reonmnmitted te
the Comititee, with the privilego to ro,
port at, any timte. The samo Committet
reportedl a bill declaring it the rule ol
all the iUnited States Conr ts t hat person1
guilty of treason, murder, brtbery an
other felony, who had givon aid, comfort
or cotunset to tho eneomtes of tho United
Slates, or lhad engaged in rebellion, shall
not bo allowed to pracitco In said cottse
Mr. Boutwemlh spoke in its favors, saiying
if five Judges of the Superior Court-did
not have suflcienit self-respet, to adoji
rutlos to exclude rebel traitor,, it wvai
time for Congress to step in rind - make
rules for them. .&cry device of the
nmmospy to stave off tIl~o vole, was .re
sorte'd to. Thelm house .wasn still in .sos
ow rt or p.h n 26.1- I~ows
I debate developedi tie falct tint the Recon.
Itriltion Committee had had no session
i this term, andi tha, Ihe Itsepblicnn party
knhd not agroeeI on any plan for reconiruc
r tion. A sharp coitroversy arose betweenl
. Messrs. Chandler nid Ashley and the latter
ywas goaded Into hlie, followltig sentitenett:
-if there Is a State of the Amerinu Union,
in which there Is not a loyal man, exetpt
tihe black 1man, I would clotiIO the man with
fratnlhiso and every other right utiler lthe
Oovernmtent," [Applaulso fr.inn the floor
and gallerles, and some lhiises.] Astiley
continued ienouncing the nsntnption of
t8hose who, during tie entire wIr were In
secret alliance with the aplostate at tAo
ot her etid of t Ie aenmte.
Mur. Witifiel announcel t1e :.bove as a
base anid tunfouinded stlwler. ir. IImnt ei
nir - "o far as i at concernei. it Is it
ias(! lie." The speaker said Mr. htilter's
words were mit of ordier.
M1r. ittiuall sai.i it is nevertheless true.
The Speaker decided Nir. Iit'lal's emairk
out of order Vole of cenisture otn 1ttl er,
passedl 81 to 88, after which the House :!.
jourti-d. wit I nit unterst antling enblitg lie
aot to be discused on Miouday, un-lor ith
vfive miiut e rule.
NIA;w O.::As, Jani. 21.-'I he Tus
Montgomery. Alnhnmn, special sys: The
4tmpremo Court of Alntbaina has decideil t lie
act of Congreis requiring s tianp on Sate
- legnil processes to bo iteanstit I itinl,h (Ilier
-Justice Walter also deoidles thait Alabantma
hiig de f(ICio a govrn'iit met ui'ler tle Coll
fesleracy. Its personah repre- etaties are
protected frin all lo s n(ii Con retii-rat u In
vestmenits uInder the nets of the Legilattire.
Tihe Court was uanimnous.
Interview of Governor Orr with the Load
ing- Ropublicans -Proposed Arrango
mont for the Settlement of Differenoes.
WrasHINOTON, Jaminnry 21.-Govern.
or Orr, of Soith Carolina, had n itn.
terview to.-dy witi a nunnber of tle
leading Replublican .nembers of Conl.
gress; atnoug whom were Speaker Col
fax, Senators Witle aunmd Wilson, and
tihe Ilon1. Jim. ( ovode.
Goverinor Orr itt hopeful thi, an ar
rangrement. will b made. by' whitch al
dil'oretnce.i iel wveen the North and tlie
Smith will be rcontsidier.d, noim the
basis of SotlLiern representatdmi. ittilmar.
Iintsiulfrage nil tiniversal amnestv.
The project is yet inl emlbtryo.
I b~n i:s.
11s LARGE AND FASiIONAiL.E
DRY GOODS HOUSE
NO. 2. BANK RANGE,
Nos. 3 and 4 Brick Range,
WIERE WILL BE FOUND
Seal Skin Cloth, Esquiiaux lea
ver, French Merino and
SANUCKROCK ISLAN.D JEANS
AMERICAN BROAD CLOTHS,
'BLANKETS, ENGL1SII AND AaIERICAN
YARN, TABLE CL4OTIIS
ALWAYS ON HAND.
ARIUVBE VERY WEEK
IMJSS 12ERONNEAU'S SCHOOL
"'IIE first. sessIon (of five> months) W~il1
commnence February 1st, 1887.
TERMS PER SESS8ION -
1st Class In Enlih 22 00~
Lower Clauses, 18 00
Misusi6 ' : 26 00
Ters pr halt a hutoa r nty tess t n~
half'Ilhe, bo. tr~.cnb
loa'rd, of Ao14 eit -ca1be'1o
cured i ins an' lblis private famlly, lta lhe
imh ediaetioIlt7 and in; conneotion withs
the chopl .4 ,. an 10.-f 8,S~
att a , A( sL ii .
State of South Carolina,
vs. In Eq~ityi
John R. Harrison, Bill for
I ilnrrison. Do (wer.
IN pursuneo of a decree made In this es4e
ill the judgmemt anI other credilors of
'Jonia liarrison, dee'd , are hiereby notified
on or before the first %lay of Miay naxt. to
-xhibit sand prove by inifioicint tebtimov,
btwfore the untlersignted At his Oficea II
Winnsboro, their s-veral and veectire
judgmnents. execitions, deb-ts. cnims and
dentaals against (Ie estate of mid decens
All judgmtent -vltrs also notified thint
they ire enjoined lin maid dieerre from ni
forcing their writs of -eiri Facias agninyt
tile said tracts of landl-and all other cre.
diors, hmat they are therein enjoined from
cotnmneimg or prosceuting say sitit (r
mi una sat law agansau a the deeAndant, John It.
liarri.aon. as Atminii-strator of said eit ate
without the leave of this court.
11. A. UAILLARD.
U. .E. P. D.
Wii.nsboro, 8. C., 8ept. 4, 16.
FARWIEL D ISTR IC--1806.
Ex pnre. I
Wim. FE.. Aiken. and Petition to
AguMstus N. Aliken,
Alsm'r- Est. of Perretnato Teati
Datid Aiken, dee'd. J tamenuy.
r jII Petitioner laI fhe above stated ap.
plication. having filed their petition in
perpetuato testimory or a settlement, fnd
on 22d February, 1801, betwcon tih heira
at law of lavid Aiken. deconsed, and of a
division and partition of the real estato of
said deeaed by the said heirs.
I is ordered, on motion of Mr. Rion, So.
licitor for tho Petitioners, that, iI pursu.
Anee of the Aet of I lae Glenernil Assenmbly in
wtich enso made and provided, all p-i-sons
inte-ested it the above statled matters (o
appear ait his oflico I ree montis from (he
.;to hlereof, to examine i ho evilence hlat
Inay tbo produced, and prodice evidence in
repy. 1. A. UA11,LA\ R 1).
Commiesioner', Ofico, i
2-1 Nov., 196.
RU.LE TO PLEAD.
Tho State of South Carolina.
F A I It F I E L D D IS T RfliTF
IN TI!H COMMON PLEAS.
Saling Wolfo. )
W 11 IREA8 tie 'laintiff did on the 18th
dity of November, A. D. 18661 file
him declaration ngnimnst tle Defondant viho,
(as it is said) is absent fromt and withit,
the li amits of ihis State andi has noiter wife
nor attorntey known within flhe samo upon
whotm a copy of the said deolaration might
it iW therefore ordered tiat the said Do
fondanit do appear- anmd plead to tle said
delarmatiota 'm or befor t le -ith flay of No.
vember, A. ). 1867, otherwise Anni anol asb.
sohitte jidgiamentt. will imena bo given and
Awarded for the Plaintiff agnat lai.
8. It. CIIW NIY, C. c, P.
Clerk'tOhice, Fairfield District,
I3th Novemi-er 1866 Iaov ItmFat1l y
RUL.E TO PLEAD.
Tie Stage of South Carolian,
FA I RFIELD DISTRICT.
1N THE COMMON iJUAS.
8. A. Boylston, x(rx,
Johnt Adger. J
W ~ JIlHEAS the Plaintiff did on thle 23d
day of Miny, A. I). 1866, file at Decla
rationa against the Defendanat, who (asa It is
saaid) is absent froman, and withlotut th laltiits
of ;,hais State, and has neither wife nor at
torney, known within the samie upon whlom
a eopy of (lae said decliuation may be serv
It. is tihoroforo ordered thmat the atid De.
tfendatl do appear' and pslead to the sid de..
olarat ion on or' before the 2-ithI day of May,
A. D. 18167, othaerwiso final and absolite
juadgmenat will thmen be given and awarded
for the Plaintiff against him:
8. B. CLOWNEY, C. C. IP.
Fairfield Disttriet, May 28d, 1866.
Rule to Plead.
Tihe State of Soutalla rollmm.
IN Tiun OOMIION PL5AB.
1A1.lERE4S tihe Pinaintifi' dld on time
7th daty of May, A. D). J868l, fale his
Deol aration ngninsti thie Defendant, who (ns
it is said, $s absent froin ajad'witihout time
limits of time Slate, and- hma neither wife
tnor at torney knowna witin- tihe satne upon
wheot a oopy of thae said doolaration mighat
it Is i aeroeore ordered that the sahl De
fendant do pppenr-aryd' plead to time saild
Deolarhlion on oa' before lthe8tii say of May,
A..D.-, 1807, othdrwiso final sind absoltitto
Jftlfe~nt it hn ai b von antd awarded for
* ,. I .c~ 0 WNN, .'c C.
es-rkc Offiee, Fairfie 4 Dilstri@Ie
1State of South Ciarolina.
(EU).8,11 Plaint iff 1id 'o
th 3th'day -of Mat'Oh,"A.- 1Y.18
filo hii de*iemsaradopt aali the Doforainln.;
p o thW said , deblarallo1
q 4doppe ad plead IQo#be said de.
48. 8J,1pONEY jn 9
i '51 'MA''.
IMPORTING & YANUF
E'~A- -T, vvI
Wholesale Druggists' an
Dealer inl Drugs CIemiMcal, 1
IN0. .1. UNG STitl.
N A. PRATT. 1. IW.
Chemniui to l atti C. 6. Ni inI d it (I M ini w urt:
LENGNIC & SELL,
iIminporter a'% nd Ih nlers
North-enst coriter lt'etine nnThImarket Stis.,
CIlA 1.1i11TO)N, s'. V.
* NVTE the Trade to) eamino their full
.I nd varie1 aosfrIn u '
BUnnneo' ando Ifats, rhmdn1 tu1trim
'ibbonls, of nil descrip1 ions.
Flowers. Feaolters. PIress Capm.
Nets, Veils of new est de-signs,
Corsets, Skirts, &c., &'. net n fim
William G. Whiltden & Co,,
IAYDEN & W1iltLDEN,
))I FlliS IN
Waifeltes, Jevelry, Silver Ware,
(TO1MERY, VIHINA, (MS.\ WAlR H,
and louse hl'rnishing Articles,
M-1 f7old and Ri *r p11ranar. Watches and
'll. lil.EI)', I. IN
A Tr \I) HIJES.1 \l, N 1, I1! NE STlIEl'T
w M. 3t, w..n. i, . -ntoIAs, Jn,
w M. S, L.ANNIAV.
(D UL ADW
Corner Queen andl M.. ang Sires,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
r 1 I P0NT1, F AN!1) Wjry ir
KNOWN HOUSE, ks now fully 01en
form ihe recoption of visitors, having been
refurnisheil wit. Now nni Polegant Furnii
tur throuli iighout6; anid o'ffers to ihnI traveller
neconIIOothet ins and convenxiences as8 a leirst
(Class Jlotel, not. to bo ipnlild by) any North
or South. 'The pa tronnge of thle pulic Is
Rates of' Iloard per daty, $.4 0h
"i " pe muonh as may
agreed on. JOSE~PJI PCIICEL4L,
febi2-1'116--t t ' Proprielor.
JOHN C.Di AL,
(Latlo ALILEN & l)IA 1,)
At he Sign <:f the (Golen I'ad lbock,
COLJUBIA, S. C.,
WH'IOLEALrE AND) RITAIL,
Imnporter anti IDealer In Englisil anlti
HARDWARE & CUTLERY,
. hinig I 'lot hs,
INJIA RUIIJER AND LJEATJIEli BELTIMG,
and TaXnera Tools,
Plaster, PauIns, Olsa,
Frenolh andt A merican
Notien to Tax Pay3ers.
ASSIST NT ASSE5380R'y.pvlui
* Ui H. INTERNA , InEViNU ,
.T W ILL bo allhe ollot*ng placs-for. ihe
I.. peirps .o o akiig, Q6ses lla it pon
'incqnme \aeIm,y ra n~t M)( 1
* 'K 'Ii Hubev's, - ' 2
*a~o~b Veaeter ny -
T 4 ha ooiff o r und
at my office. 8. IV LI.1IiN;
Aen't Assessor, 14& J biv, 3d Col, Diet,
a nM o t g
An k a a
ACTURING DUU! HOUS E
d Manufacturing Chemists,
e'rfutmery and Druggists Sundricu,
Li', UiAltIL TON, S. C.
A lI.SON, p'n
au. 91.mist t. lite C. ' c Dp.
",T':A.R and ,"'nily Newspapor
gimiged 11nd ii roved for 187-.
w S pmvii mt anl new atiractions.-Four Ori
gi S Itm ries atIl It bree viambleI II preimiums !
Tihe I-, . i r.iuearedt i Thursday, ti.
:;l day of'1 Jainuary 18(07. inioreased in site.
In led oil i ntirely new mmaterii, with tiho
b liest i proielivenitl inl (ie arl presenitli ingll
n.ore Ii.actr ive appe-larancite. lind conltaining
. i it enst. five addilittial c11lml4 of, reaeitir.
11iti11 *1---11h0 largesmt nlewspael r ill the State,
oulturei of, Char-lestIon,
l'h' lliio al lbelriitnient will beI '.!Oi
(Iuctedl by Mir, Jnl.-W1-nA-uisledl bly
in1j. .1 ks. F llia r.
ir. JA.11 :4 WOO l)vmIMvlX will ContilnUe
his versti le '-CVilritii ionls" froml Colim.
Four Orligimnal Noumvelette. written ex.
preS! Ay for lihe E N.ti mu m, will be p1011um1m
'uiing tie year. The tollowing are the ti
h'fe Spcre of the Firesidu" - by J
1% itlhi'rmppoon lErwin.
"Tho Slhadlow on tie Wall'---m John
Eston Fia ,441.
"Tlie Wlnth of Ilomo"--by Mrs. At. A..
"I'Ino Weniitvelt, tie Tory's Nlclco'-.by
I rolinu F. lireston.
TtaIt MN - A eVANC..--IOne copy, olm
year, il specie $!.' 61; inl Ir'encoy, $3. 60;
1w.o copiies. 1oneyear, do, $1 150; di,, $1; fivil
colites, ile yelt, ll, $8 7.; d, $12 50; trim
copiwi, Ile yrrt, i) $17.5t) do. $25; ie
c4op1y, six rlmilihs, ,ill $1.25; do, $2,
To lhe per'soni ieditnlig uisi tle larl'geiit ('lue
of yarlySUsCiers ait k1.76 each, in%
sapecim, or $2.-i0 inl currnmey>,. we will award
it t'ntenmt Coitoni Pt'laniter, whlit mh will cost im
harlle!tIon, lilty dollamr.
-' th ike lerson Sending II, .11 1101t largest
('hih, on th m221e telm4, we will a t-iid a
t'nienit Corml'n l'lanl.'ter. which will comt in
Sh le t nIhlirty dolllar...
'I'll 111s en dio g uS' filh Ilir'l llargesmi.
List. liln the aime m, weer it wll award mion
of' Ame4s' ioll ('mirn Shmuetr cost it
The il'rmiuImIIs will be iwartel to tlhe suiO
cissii colu etitpo r,4, oi tiel fi-si Niomiy it
hineoh nti, at - o'clock 1P. i. Tim iinuiva
shimoihl be sent in, lowever, is they Ilre ob
tai dti; ihiti lonslt beiig uiile4 to tie list up
it, tle -liy of mnwiard. No naimies will Io
comiu ilnls l'aiii for.
To persovs who imko up Clums ot ten or
imioreo ImIIIIei. blt vihI m1ay fail to oblain a
prize we will .41,ed tHall h::,. n: Itll olcO year.
free of' chargo; iid Ill i,,, mIimi, :.,d ^
Cih1 )f t' wenty ' mliori re nmm,-- blt who fail
to ohillil a iri., w will him-%r,,i tGlo B.i
QIrt nilt one year, fre of chagi i'e, mm1mi a copym
of citier, The Linl We ..c,,'' 'Sott
1I Oihe11iy Alagatiii.", or "'Godey'a ' lly
-eo(h L,. .\i. ti;ltsT
Jan 15 ortill. S. C.
RtULE. To 'cLE"AD,
IN TIlE CONI.\oN 11.lEAs.
A. S. Oaillard, As.igne'', Doclarattin
Saling Wolfo. j Atipaclment.
"1i""ml^'-w tlio ''a'nt'f in i- -et' ons
didut onm this da il-- hll lmtievelanit ion&
against iSai hug Wolf theii211 ;ieit'fn whvio Ii
abslenitfroutmi and i witmout thle litis of~ ~ thli's
Stamte, (un it is sabi, ) uniii liiiving neittier
wire or attorni'Iey knol~wni, 21on n'heom ia
ciomy of' tim abiovo Dcolamrntion wiithe a rumld ito
pleadm thleret o, mamy lbe served It is thlere..
fiire ini pursuanlfce ofi tihe A mt of mIhi lounoral
Asseacmblly of thmo Stato .-n snicehCi1' iiuet mad
nnd providmod, Ordermed, thait Ih %rut
(10 pilead thereto omn 'or bef'ori' thIi' e '. iay
ot' Oct oberm, A D'. 186t7, or' om-uiwi flmil
andii absiolul ojmdgmment wiltlet b lien givon
and11 awarded ingainst him.
Winnscboro, X. (., 26th Oct., 1866.
RULE TO PLEAD.
W l ERIHAS thme Plaintiff did on limo 1 7th
day of August. A. D). 18(16, file bor
Deolarationm agalinst, thme Dlefnudatr., whmo, (as
it is said) is astentit from amid withiomt (ie
limuits of tiisiato, having neoither' wife nor
Attornoy knowne whinim thie sameo, uponi
wihom a copy imight lee serv'ed.
it isc thiereforiot ordelred, thitt the Defei--l
nnt do appiomr andI pleadm to t.his D~eclarations
02nm eribf'ore thme th da imy of' Aneguim, A Dt.
18(67, otherwbroi~ final and abs81m oh elgnmen,.
will tihen lie givon anmd awarded for thie
Plainltif, against him.
8. l. Cf0OW NEY, C. C. P.
Aiugumst, l7t h, 1806.
Gen'I Supt' Om08ee, Ca & S. C,
C~OIUM1BIA, 8. C-, Nov. 7, 1868l.
n'$td afte 'Nov. 7, 18663, TI'lROUfIt
v.SSsNGEit TR A INS, will rint n oa
Leai'e Colummbls at 8 10 A4. Mm'
Ai'e di Chaurlt to 9.40 A, M.
LefaVChariole at (6.10 A. Mt.
Arrive at Colurobia, 1.40 P. M.
Seke ul ovie fle south CarqlIn~aRil
OII~AtLSTo11 S. o., No,. 8.
the folkri soh7i ttte :
Le ave Comlubia,
6 900 p t