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WAsIxTNGX, Aug. 31.-P~urther
elanges in Ditrict Coimanders aro not
imme1111 diately probable.
Tho steaimer G 1idO has arrived at St.
101i, from Port Denver, wyithk $500,
000 in treasure.
1In the late prize fight, McCook knock.
(d Jones out of tino on the 34th
Five millions m ( coin :s th amoniunt
of iiterst, onl 10-10's due tho first of
Special Order No. .129, from Gene
ral Grant's headquartev.i, is as foliowvs:
Coninnandors of the Military Districts
created umder Act of March 2, 1 867,
0ill mako 1))Oinit mleits to civil otlees
Sporsons wv ho have been re in o vd by
thiliselves or their predecessors ill coli
The A torney -Gv (nrl's rcport, on
whichl the resdn removedI Sicles,
vill be puioh-Adil M .\londay. It t p
pears thn % Sickles held that 1t h was not
amenable to grand juries, United States
marshals or United States district at
torneys, while in connmi f a ilitary
district created )y A ct of Congrems, and
in which the powers of nilhtary comn
mianders are dfined.
Co('tudii , G.., A ng. 31.-A largo
conservative meeting was held here to
day, vhich was attended by a inumber
of Whites and blac'ks. 'I'he Ineetin g
wasaddressed by Joseph W illiams and
Benjamin ..(limes, (c lorer,) of Ten.
noce. AW.i - great enthuiasm, reso.
lutions were passed demanding the en
franchiseients of all tihe whites, and do
claring the rights of the negrocs to hold
oliee. Glood oirder prevailed until the
speech of A. it. Wamar, (wvhile,) when
there w'as an interrultion by a soldier
01 them garrison, who wvas promptly ar
rested and placed in the guard houso.
A deiimomtration wis. mado by radical
ie(.roes hst inight, to mnob Joe Williams
Ri.' x , ~Aug. 31.-An appeal
was taken to daV, Iram the Supremo
Court of Virginia to the United States
Suprelme Court, inl th case of Paul vs.
the State of Virginia, and a writ issued
froam the Uni:ed States Court here, re
turnable at Washingion. T!his is the
first case of the kind which has occur
N:w' Oiuuss, Aug. 31.-There were
22 intemeilts from yellow fever yester.
day ; total for the week, 126.
GAvi.:Troi, Aug~. :31.---There Were
2-. I deathi from flever this week. At
Cor pms Ch Iiristi, there have been 100
dethm up to th 16th. 1 laf of the citi.
zsII% are sick or dead, and much distress
prevails. I Ilp is much needed, Do
nations l"r tho benefit of the Corpus
(histi sull'erers can bo forwardeid
through Spo'rd, Tileston & Co., New
CHAn.1-.sroN', August 31.-Arrived
-Schloocr Widhe Wmid, Norfulk.
Steamers Saragossa and Champion have
bleen detaille by lavy welther.
MIosr(tom.:ty, Aug. 31.-Gen. Pope
has issuel an order hor an ection 'l
I st of October, oin the q1ustiLon of a conl
vention and delegates to tle same.
Cuin~uum:.ros, A ugust 25.-Rc'gister
ed yesterday 319--ol wMoni 170 were
whites am I 143 coloreml.
Arrivet-Stearmer E'mily B. Souder,
New Yok. Sailed-Schoaner Lizzie
W a inx-ex, A ngumst 25.--Tn the
Ilostonl Doard oi A Idermnen, when the
question ex tending nimineipal courtesies
to Stanton was considere-l, there was
only a <pioriin pre~sent, and tho courtec
nies were extended by a very small
T 1hme following are~ amlong the recenlt
revege de~cisions, under the present
law :Spirits of -turpentino regarded as
mUanutfactumres, amid subIjct to thle same
registrationis as othier mnaufactures ; a
mnanufactiurer of turpentine, liko any
other mnanufact.nror, is required to make
mnonthly retutrns of anmunt nmainufactmui
ed ; also require2d to retmtrtn each mouth's
amounit sold, conlSumed~c, used, removed1
for consumption, or for delivery to otli
ers than his agenlts. aind to pay a tax
upon the same, ini tho district where
tunniuactured. The wccife (If anl alien
is reg irded as an alien horself in taxa
tion. 110t0ls are to be taxed omn their
rontall vaIlue. regar11eS3 of agreed rent.
Then Stonewall saihi to-morrow for
JTapan. Secretary Sewcard and theo
Spamish an I Frenchi Ministers visited
shlip jizzio Moses, benee for Antwerp,
sailed yceerrday the crewv mutinied a
fewc miles below, taking p'sse'ssion of
the'shiip. Thell pobO wcent downl, and
captured fouurt eenl men, t fter a hard
light. Thie mato stabbed a mutiineer,
and1( had his ownu skull fractured.
Tho~ Iherald's special, dated Havana,
2dsays thle Governiment of Dominica
sent a messenger to Washlingtonm, ac
copting $5,000, 000 for Samaria, oin the
i'~W MI lagti.
'The Weserni Motropolis sailed yes
terday. for Bremnen, from New York,
with 230 oflicors and soldiers of thme
Imiperndl Mexican army.
RA r.Emu, Anmgust 25.-Tucker's now
theatre temple was dedicated on Satur
day nighlt. A large add fashijonoble
crowd assembled among whom wero
nmltary anid civil officials and pionminett
citiz5ens. I Eon. D. L. Swain delivered
an oration. The bpilding is one of tile
most iingnileenit structures South,
ltumoir says that - the Rauleigh Pro
/ress has beenm thireatened with auppres.
sioni, in conuiiqucmeC of ridiculing Sick
faONDoN, Aug. 29, noon.--Tho Span.
ish insunrgenmts have captured and hold
The~ ,oauth Ge'rman, the oflcial organ,
say's die Edmtth Qrnumn States will con
federate with neither Prussia nor Aus
TVho bittoriness- of the Prussian press
in discussng. thme Salsanburg cotfor
dice, equisw anxiety .throuighlo I1A E
WASIJINOTOW, Aug. 29-Noon.
The order removing Sickles and as.
signing General Canby to the command
of this 1istrc Nw .as issued this morning.
I.t directs Sickles to go to NOw York
and report to tho Adjutant Gene
Grant had a long interview with the
President this morning. Their difficul.
tiesi wero adjusted and he withdrow his
letter of yesterday. The order wias also
issued ts 3 morntilg relieving Shoridin
of tho fifth Military District and direct
mug him to take command of the of the
l)epartment of Missouri, while I lneock
is nasigned to the fifth Military )istrict.
'1h1onms remainu s inl comn mand of the
Devpartinent of the Cumberland.
During the late contest, between the
President and General Grant, the Presi.
dent placed hinself squarely upon his
constitutionil rights and carried his
It is sail that a recent letter from
Stevens, opportuncly publided yester
day mornig, lashing conservative Sena
tors for not taking fron the President.
certain rights, somo of which Ger.. Grant
clailed, has much to do with the Gone
rals retrogado movement.
IIRiIoin, Aug. 29.-Registration
returns so fir foot ap : Whites 110.
000, blacks 90,000. Counties not,
heard from will increase whito majori
The blacks badly heat one republ-ean
at a circus, and stoned others.
A company of Unite!d States troops
prevented i riot considered emi
A17 oUSI, Ang. 29.-Wado ilamp
ton is out in a long letter advising tile
people to register) but vote against con
Now York Market.
Nmw YonK, Aug. 29.-Gold 4l),
Cotton heavy, sales 900 bales, at 27c.
LivF.unrooi., Aug. 29, Noon.-Cotton
opened quiet adta steady ; Middling up
lands 10-1.; Orleans 10; sales 8,000
MoNToOMuny, August 28.-Rogis
tration returnts received in fill for all
Counties in Alabama. Total, 100,990
-whues, 72,474 ; blacks, 88,248.
Only ten candidates have been announ
ced in the State so far, one of whoi is
Sixty-six.bales of new cotton have
been recoividl up io date. The corn
is safe, an1 in ii ug (uan'.ity. Cotton
greatly damageo he last feV weeks
for lack of rain and by worms.
Wade Hampton on tho Crisis.
A 1ausr A, Anug. 28.-General Wade
If[anmpton having been solicited by a
mintber of proniinet citizens for his
views as to tho duty of the people of
South Carolina in reference to reorgani
zation under the military hills, replies
in a long letter, arguing against the in.
jist ice and unconstitutionality of the
proposed measures. While he is anx
iois for restoration, lie prefers military
rnlo to the proflcred terms. He in
stnces how reconstruction wvorks in
Tennuesee, refers to the rejection of the
Kentucky reprosontatives, amid says that
if the peollo accept tho situation they
have 11o guatranltee that the State will
bie re-admit ted, untless radicals are elect
ed, who will not-represent the views of
their conistituents. lie denies the right
.of Conigress to intefere with suffrage in
the State, counsels justice to the blacks,
atnd is in favor of impartial suffrage.
Ile advises the people to register and
vot agint aconvention.
QUF;niw, August 20.--The Catholhe
Bishop) of this dioceso died yesterday.
W7ASuixNToN, August 20.--The
John son and Grant correspondence rela
tive to Shieridani's removal, is published
t~his morning in the Now Ycrk Hcrcgld
TIhe following is Whito House gos
sip -Sheridan leaving the Fifth Milita
ry D)istrict in charge of Hartaut wvill
proceed to the WVost and relieve Han
cock, who will then assitno permanent
charge of the Fifth District. They talk
of Swayne and Pope's, and Meade as
Tho11 Mexicani legation publihshes dootn.
mienlts showing that escobedo's letters
augainst foreigners are forgerie..
The excitement in the New York
gold room this morning arose from an
cditormlinm the Niiaional Intelligececr,
which only tells the old story that ow
ing to thme pertinacity of Stanton in
relusing to resiT', the re st of the Cabi
net had ir.rmally placed their offices
at the disposal of thme Prasident. There
is no probability of any immediate Cabi
Grants lotter to the President con
cerning Sheridan's removal says: 'Thie
people whio have sacrificed lives and
spent dollars for the country's salvation
are entirely opposed to Sheridan's re
moval. Hie has p)erformed his duties
faithfully and intelligently, and his
removal will be regarded as an effort to
defeat Congressional views, and will
embolden to renewed opposition Llhos
who have endeavored to break up the
government by armse. General Thom.
as has .repeatedly objected to being
'placed in charge of either of the five
distriots. H-ancock's department is in
tricate, and lie- should not be removed."
Grant adds thatL'there are military, pe
cuniary and, above all, patdotic reasons
Wvhy this order should not, be insisted
ii)The President replied.: "I -am not
awvare. jbat .the -question of' Sheridan's
remioval had ben submitted to the poe.
p)10. It wvouhld be 90ijusk to the army. to
assume that Sheridan alone ie capable
of colmmanding the Fifth District.
Sheridan has rendered himself obnox
ious by his manner of executing the law,
and more by his assuming authority not
granted to him. His rule has been one
of absolute tyranny, without reference
to the principles of our government, or
the of free institutions. His course has
seriously interfered with harmony and
tih speedy execution of the acts of
Congress. His removal cannot, be re
garded as intended to defeat them.
The object of the change is to facilitate
their execution through an officer who
has never failed to obey the statutes of
the land, and who within tisjitrisdiction
will demand a like obedience from oth
ers." The President compliments Thom.
as and Hancock, and foels assured that
under General Sherman's guidance
Sheridan will wini honor fighting In
dians. in conclusion, the President
fails to perceive any military, pecuniary
or patriotic reasons why this order
should not be carried into effect.
An immense crowd witnessed the
(efeat of the Nationals, by the Mutuals
(of New York. The President was on
tie ground and was received with hear
Revenuo to-day, $330,000.
A private letter fnom Fort Hlays says
thit ono company of cavalry at that post
has lost twenty-one men by cholera.
RiImONIo), August 26.-- General
Schofield has decided that the State
Poor laws shall be enforced with refer
eice to the paupers to whom the Freed.
men's Bureau has ceased giving rations.
By this decision all the black va
grants, who crowded to the cities of
Virginia after the war, will be returned
to their respective counties, whero they
are citizens. Tho pauper whites will
be treated in the same way. Thu City
Council is about opening a new elnis
hou:e for the colored people. Tle case
of the colored Canadian, who appealed
for redress because the owners of the
steamship Hatteras refused him a first
cabin passage, was decided to day by
United States Commissioner Cahoon.
lie decided that the Civil Rights bill
only referred to American citizens, and
that foreigners could not obtain redress
RicIumoxn, August 20.-Major De
lamater, Ubiof of the Medical Bureau of
this District, was mustered out to.day.
This is the first oflicer in this depart.
Imn t mustered out under the President's
system of removal of volunteer officers.
A colored Republican meeting in
Manchestor on Saturday night was
addressed by G. C. R. Porter, Common
wealth's Attorney at Norfolk, who is
stumilpinm the State under the auspices
of the National Republican Committee.
le was much applauded for the senti
ment that "rather than not unclog the
wheels of reconstruction. we should
hang tbe President and Gei. Grant as
high as Haman."
GA ,v i:s-roN, August 26.-Tuterments
Saturday, 26 ; for the week, 153, A mong
others Captain J. A. Nickerson, of
Massachusetts, and Captain Riunnolds,
of the schooner Liberty, of New York.
The New York me'rchants, through
Blum & Co., have sent $1000 to the
Howard Association. Help from ab
senlees is solicited.
Nnmv OIIR.ANs, August 26.-Deaths
from yellow fever in this city on Satur
day and Sanday, twventy- five.
Nr'v YonK, August 2G.-Arrivedl,
the Nevada from Greytown, in five days
and t'wenty hours, the iastest trip re
00_ OMMEROIAL, ___
WINxsnouo, Sept. 3.-CottoR 19 a 20
Cotton Yarnis, $2.25.
Ounny Cleth, 88 a 85.
Bacon Sides, 20 cents.
Shoulders, 18 cents.
Lard, 18 a 20 cents.
Molasses per barrel 65 a 75.
Country Flour, $6.00 to $0.50 per owt.
Baltimore Flour, $11.00 a $12.00 per barft
Dry Hides, 10o,
Wheat $1.75 a $2.00.
Cranr.O-rn, August 20.--Tho sales of
cot ton to-day amounted to twenty-five bales,
witht prices ranging from 17&@10. for good
ordinary to low middling. We quoto mid
diing at 20c.
W ANTED, AGENTS.
2fl7r PElR MONT H The Yrear Rounn,
ep~cJUor 000 Per'Cent. Profit, on com
nmission. We gtuarantco the abovo salary or
commission t.o activo indlustrious agents at
their owa homes, to introduce an artice of
indispensable utility In every household.
For all partioulars call on, or addross
(1. W. JACKSON & 00.,
11 Sotuth Street, Baltimore, Md.
T HOSE indebted to DES8PORTES &BRO.,
.are requ ested to eeoao forward and set
tio without delay.
GRIOCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
[10LGOATES Soap. Sugar, Rio Co ffee, old
U ov offeoe, Bacon Sides, Sugar Cured
hams, Lard, Cooking Soda. Just, received
at No. 1, Hotel range.
the followhmig Medicines : Thompson's Eye
Water, Hlartshorn, Calomel, Bateomats Drops,
BrItish Oil, Dalby's Carminativo, Suhlhato
Potassa, Anica and Chloroform Liniment,
Hlostot ter's Bitters, (Focyer and Ague Pro
KECHN MoMASTERL & CO.
EQUITABLE LIFE INSUJRANOE
92 BROADWAY, NEW YORK..
THE best and most liberal system of trarr
Isatinug business. The bost report of
success in practice. And large. returns te
polloy-hokders . M~IW,3.
Agent,19%inabord, 15, 0. '
zE>ELr CGr~C30> :9I
Nos. 3 and 4 Brick Range.
Which are offered for sale at
GRE ATLY REDUCED PRICES,
Only for the Cash.
My Stock Consists in Part of
New and Beautiful
Sheetings, of all kinds,
Jaconi M. Ins,
Broad Cloth and
Ready Made Clothing,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
,all and examine my Stock before purohas
ing elsewhere. I offer Great
FRESH MEDICINES, &c.
Ketchin, McMaster & Brice.
Chloride of Limo,
Stroing's Stomach Pille,
(fever and aguec preventative,)
Corn Starch Tapioca,
Another supply of Porcelain Lined Pre
Bllacin g Brushes, Woodl Screws, Cut Nails
and Filnishinlg Nails,
Fall and Winter Imnportaltion.
Armstrong, Cator & Co.
IOTisand Jobbers of BONNET,
TIMNO and VELVET lIlBIBONS,
[BONNET SLK~1S, SATINS and VELVET,
[londs, Nelt,, Crapea, Ruches, Flowers,
LTeathecrs, Ornraments, Straw flonneits and
~des' I lat, trimamed and un trimed,]
287 and 289 BALTIMORE STREET,
3ffer the largest itock to be found in this
Jouatry, and uneo~alled in choice variety
and cheapness, comprising the latest Pari.
%@r' Orders solidited atid prompt atten.
OFl Superior W~orhmans.)p at my old
stand, to b'e sold.at loir prioes.
All orders promptly attenied to.
Saug 8--1m-o TO. JORDAN.
A. Good Tonie fet Coavalescent,
PJ H fLADECLP1llA k AIM,16 dos, lottles
jtist v4041l44' MtNo. 1 Lotel kang.
Blesehed Hornespuns/ Drotn HoEteapuus
and Spool Thresh -
KETCHIl, MfolASTIR & BRIOE,
chised the entire
stcek of Alken &
Ladd, we will con- .
C inue fihe DitUG
BUSINESS at uo
I heir former stanid.
llaving a very
large a n d 0cmt
plete stook of
Drugs, Medicines, Dye-Stuffs, Paints, Oils,
Wines, Brandies, Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and Fanoy Goods.
And having made arrangements to keep it.
always full, we would invite Physicians and
the publio generally, to givo us a call.
Ilostet ter's Stomach Bitters,
lomain's Crimean Bitters,
Constitution Life Syrup,
And Queen's Delights,
Elixir of Bark and Iron,
Rhode's Fever and A gue Cur".
Ilepatio Bliters and
All popular Patent Medicine:
ANOTHER ASSORTMENT OF
Yankee Not ions,
Ladies' and Gents
july 30 LADD BROS.
CONSISTING IN PART OF
Brown, Bleached and
Coats's Spool Cotton,
Fine Linen Blosoms.
An Assortment, of Slioes, made In North
A fine lot of Country
Pet roloeum Oil,
(in 5 gallon cans.)
C LORLIDE SODA, a disinfecting solution
for sick rooms, &e.
Spear's Fruit preserving Solution,
Best Newcastle Cooking Soda,
TAayior Brother's Arrowroot,
Colgate's toilet, and Turpentine Soap,
Costar's Bed-bug Exterminator,
Oelatine, Mustard, Mace, nutmiegs, Sp ice,
Popper, Oingor, Hlops, &e., &o., received,
Our remaining Stock of Dry Ooods, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, &c., will be closed out at very
low figures. (Call and seo
aug 27 LADD BROS.
OIHOOL BOOKS, Letter and Note Paper,
K)Lead Penoils, Baptist Hymnn Books,
Toy Paint Boxes, Paper Fasteners.
Misce1Ianeous Books, such as JHiddon
Depths, New Amorioa, Idalla, Thej Conva
losoo'nt, Roboet Severno, My Schools and
Sohoolmasters, Mayffe Rield's eteries for
Bof.-Songs for LittleOnes ait Hrote, Gui.
foL lix4onMiltn'sPoetical Werks
Buir~ A(, tstore
0 TOIN~, MoMAA5'Lt & lUICB.
TIREhighest inarket prico paid for the
above article, inl
by JNO. P. MAI'vilEWIIS, Jr.
c0ottc O ' I
100 Bunches, No. 8 to 11, at $2.5 per
Bunch-- CA1 .
aug :1 JNO. P. MA TTIIEMW.
Sugar A lmonds, Risses,-wit.hI ver
ses, Le11011 rops tlo t' DM'Ops.
X c)11:1cs -3.
Apple, 1iino Apple, Pneh, Cur
Locll1011 Sy l'-ll,
All of whielt will le !01t low l'or
UA.Sl I .
) 1ESOiRTE1S8 & BRo.
21, 21, 25 & 27 llroaithiwy, New York,
(Opposito Bowling Green,)
Oil Ole Elropelnil Pi111.
rallE STEVENS 110US isin well ndil wido.
.L ly known to lhoe traveling publio. 'le
location ii specinlly suillable to merchanut
1and btsiness men; it. is in closo proximily
10 1 the buiness part of I lie cily--is oi I lie
highway o Sout hern nIld Western Irnvel
anld adjacent to the principal Railroal and
Till T lVENS lOUSE har liberal ac
comoda(lon for over .100 gests-il is well
furnilied, and pos.,.p'sesc every modern im.
provement for lihe comfort. und enterfnin..
ment of its inimates. The rooims airep.
joiots ad well vrnli ated-prtovided with
gas and waler-tho ntlemitlnon is prompt
aid respectfuil--nd Iho table is geniernow ly
provitled with every deliency of Ii th e.Inson
--t. Ioderate riles.
Tito rootms having beeln refirtiniislhed n1ml
-Iodeled, wyeare efinabled to offer (Xlta I'
.-ilities fur ihe comfort not pleatsur o o u tirt
-*ueits. (GEO. K. ('IlASEp & !O.,
july 13-thm Propi.torst.
9 11D0'/.0'TTLES V P.8P Sl11P, .iU!'t Ie
.. roccivedl nnd for* sale. Also FIlE8J1
DESPtOIlTES & 11RO.
F INE Country FLOUILt on consignmnt
KE'TiltlN, MoMATERL & CO.
RiICEI, VI NEUARI,
i UOAR CUl1ED llAh!S, &O. For1 la
TlOM PSON, WVITIIERIS & WOODWA RDl.
RUTA IIAGA I
A NOTIlER1 suiply of fresh Rota JBagn,
.Largo Whito (lbo, Largo Whito Nor
folk, Red or Purplo Topi and WhIiite Flat
lDutch TmipuI111 Seeds. J ust receivedl.
KET1CIIIN, MoMASTER1 & BRIICE.
(IRIfTTORIS of tho Estate of Jacob F.
J Coletman, do3'd, will hand in teir'
laimns properly attestedl to theo undelrsignecd
at his ollico int Winnsboro, at nut early date.
aug 17-ta8 Admet.
ZEPHJ Y R PUFF,
FIN 91MOK!N TOBA000.
JUST Recolved, at
-DEPORTEJ~S & BRb4
A LOT of Hogs and shecep will bo sold on
on I ho 19th instant, at the residenceg of
lIo late Jtacob F?. Colemtan, deceasecd.
H1. A. OAILLA RID.
aug 8-t2x1 A dainistrator.
ACOMPLETE assortmecnt of' Cooking
LiStoves and Rlanges. Choip for Cash.
TLIJOMP$ON, WVITIIERS & WOODWARD.
SUB.' NIT.' BISMUTrlr, Morphine,
Qui nino, Seltzer A porien ,, Diachyloni
Plastotr, Suilpht' Etheor. Agnio Cure, Rbadway's
Ready RelIef', Pills and' flsolvenat. Clore!;,
Maoo, Arnolds and David's Inks. Also, a
lot of -Wrapping pa per.
KE0IMcMASTERf & BRICE.
IACON SIDES, Canvassed IIAms, Lard in
1)barrels and kegs,.Sa ur, (iolreo, tjold.
en Syrup, Molasses, Vinigar, ' gap,, Fine
Country Plour, llagging and I- 6. Sold
low for Gash,
ThO0MPSON, WITHERS & WOODWAsD,.
JOHlN (. DIAL,
(Late- A.LLiN & IlAr.,)
At i~e Sign <fh liv l. htn jni 1.4-,
COLU10BA, S. ,
I liportcr und le itI rr iln EnIgis i I and
li N, ST ,
lioilt n-.: "100hs,
INIIlA 11'1111E11 AN) LEATHER BELTINP,
Car pent ers, Silsiit hI,
nrl Tannlers', Tool",
ItuousekeepI intg and
I'laster, 40ins, Olla,
Frei.nh ad A merican
P oi. ,
m-owder, 8hw, &(e.,
William G, Whilden & Co.,
WaceJewelry, fil rW r
CI'OCKI 'ERY, ClIIINA, (1[,.\J8 WAul1;,
2:1 ')htN I-A1 ,V)11 N|V01It0 V 1; riilil A I A IN,
Jc(i>d ant? i,'- p ' aer i al*'sa
( ' 1 A i .E S T O N , . .
AT WiLE)110 L, NO. 1i RAYNE STREET
wit. G. wil !tn N. .4. THOMAS, .111.1
w1. S, J.AN N(IAl'.
N - 4
M4LLS )OUS E,1
Corner Qu1an amnd lni tus
C H A R L E S T 0 N, 1. C.
' 1IJS I )POP i. ANI) Wil Ib
. KNOVN 11!06' i:1 anow filly ;pi
I'or , erc pitio of isitor.., having ten
iOCteiianuIn b- hh 'liationnlcneiisces nias :i: Fii.
L'Inss 11loe1, not Io ho v.ualleil byany No'
IhiIos ot ilh ard per day, S. (I
" "' per itonth1 as maiy
agreed on. .Jlossl'll pu l' i,
elot uI'I~--t Priopiete..
('lu ite over tlhe Soulli Carolinat
Gt:NEHnar. Su''rs O)vt .:,
hi r.i ron, S. ('., Marchii. IIl.
N and a~ier iho 1th inbi., tho Thoughi~l
AliJ 111'l Trin will riun as follows, vii:
Leanvc Cobuiaih at 1 1.140 a. mo., ChI'n Itme'
Arrlive at. Kingsvilia at 1.21) p m, ''
Ileave I'ingavillo at 1.8.. y ii, ''
Ianvo e 'iharleiinu, 8.(u)Q mu nu
Arhive t (ii .ohnoiaz, 4 21) p
hea:ve (Couhnbia, E;.fio) a
uurri vo ai t h rlest on, 'I (it) p. in.
ii. T.1. PE A KiE, (len'l Su~p't.
' marchu 19.-irf
RUL1E TO i'?LEAU).
I'hio State of' Solith Car'olinau.
t"A I It F IE Lf) DJDISTitLUT.
IN TniM COMMON P'LEAS.
S. F'. Dluioso
-n r A t tachmet.
WI ilEili-.S Iihe Plintif) did on thu l:l04
Vdaiy of' Novemblu.', A . I). 181ti1 filo
1 is declharat ion ugilnst t lhe De'fendant. wvho,
as 1t. Is sidi) is ua'iin. friom and wvithoui,
ho limits of t.is Stato 11 a in neither wifeo
ior at torniey kniown wihlini (ho .namo upoun
vhiotm a copy of' the said dcgiar'ationi migla6
It is thereforec onlered ihat, the said Do.
'enidani, dio appear and) p((lnd to 11h9 id
1elarationk on or boifore (lho 141h day of No.
remnber, A. D. 18117, otherwiso final and abi..
ioluto judgmnent will t hen ho giveiu antL
twarded for tihe Pintiff eg-dnl. him.
18th November 18300 nov le3mily
RULE TIO PLEAU .
State of South Car'ol a
IN THlf COMJION P'LdAtI.
Jan. II. A sh.Iford.
ieolanion agnst, theo Defondat. wilo (a
t saidI is absent, from- and witho#W 1hW urn
Is of .this State, and has neither. wireo
1ttorney known -wihini the slm uili. th
Sop~y of thie said declaratli rii b
orvedi. -i ' -
It is therefIoro Orde'edl,-Ith thbn v~~
'onlanit do applear and) plead to tho'$ Mii'a~ 4
>laration oni or befor'e thr-1 ('di' -.i,
wairddd for' tho.Pleaiti'agaliet lii' "