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Local Items. I
Mr. Van Noes the well know Artist s'
has returned. See his notice. o
Tho :procoedings of the meeting at
hold in the Oourt House on Monday, of
will appear in our next issite. [1
We could not proou'e them before
going to press for this issue. a
The Rey'J, 0. Kennedy, W
Recently of this District, has ac- of
cepted an invitation to supply the Des "
Arc and Wattensaw Churches in Ar.
kathe. His postoflice address is Des 0
"Good Food for the Miuu," II
The Phrenological Journal for *
June, serves up a most nutricious bill to
of mental fare. Among its leading
characters are George Hall, first May
or of Brooklyn ; Phinoas 8taunton, ti
Artist; Governor Isaac Murphy ; o J
G. Holland ("Timothy Titconib ;") of
King Theodore ; Thomas D'Aroy M'i
2ce, with portraits, biographical and a
phrenogical sketches ; Philosophy of in
Dreaming and Insanity ; Mr. Beech- o
ers' Philosophy ; The Secret of Sue- P,
cess, for Young Men ; Writing for the
Press ; Abyssinin and its People, eta. w
End of volume 47.. A new volume d
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The followin.g test for Kerosene, at
which has been going the rounds of 9'
the press for some time past, has the ,
high sanction of the Journial of Chem- w
isty and the cienei/ic American .
Take a commtnoi quart bowl ; fill it 0
one- third full of boilinig water; now
add cold water a little at a time, un
til a thermometer placed in it indi
eates a to.perature of 110 .dog. ?ah.. a
A.tablespoonful of the oil to be tested at
enay be turned into the water and ot
stirred about with thermo~meter, it 1y
'will float on top, and mIay be touched in
witt. :. lighted match or a bit of paper. tl
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anania for sending abroad to purchase li
that which they readily .huy at home,
as though any article comimg from a
distance was better than the same at 01
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mnental to our town. Disburse your -
anoney where your interest lies. Live
and let lid--do not be deceived into a
the idea that you can -save a greati
ramount of money by sending away for t4
goods that ean be obtained of our w
merchants, for you cannet do it.. "
Look at our advertising oolumns and
you will see the names of enterprising b
and generous men who will fill your
orders at living.prices.
Tlhe Land Weo Love,'
F 3or June li:s been received. The d
('ollowing is the tabl-e of contents:
~Sketch of Geneial Junius Daniel;
0 Naturo's Lessen ; Unpublished Cor- *
respogence of Washingtou ;Th
~St ate of Franklin ; Under the Lava;
Pors6nat Ileoce'edtionts -of Eminent
seen; Farmer Blumbleby.; Mary Ash.
barton ; The Ameican Conflict ;
Nothing to Eat ; Only Son of ]lis
mvother ; Orange Culture; A few
'Thoughts on Goethe and Scbiller; ;
Haversack; Burial of General John'
H. Morgan-; Editorial, &c..
e~mores 'famig Ameneca,
Tbhis publication improves wlth F
.every number. It dontains double
-the amount of reading nia-6te'r which
it did at Arst, aind has a sucession .>fa
th'obilliapt'eolred pictur~es anud toy
moveltiesswliedli ave done so much to
establish .its .reputation.. We reoom
mend it to all who wish to supply their
families with a good juvenile period- .
ical. Subscription price, $1.50, with
.6 premium knife or mnicroscope, etc.
P'uboation office, 473, Broadway,.N. Y.
lce Cream, Ice Gream.
We take pleastrre isi calling the at.
4o booir teg~nepoop'le aga-in to
.aeiooetrae -notlee of' the ladies of
the, ]jsopat, .ggagtion. On
'Tuesda~y and Friday ev'eniug from 5
*o tO- P. Mr over -Mi. -Daly''s stero,
will be foundl !de -ream tNiid other re
freshmpnts of tha~ season.. It is a
menetorIous purpse and desortes as
Mo's6 gandmothers tril1 erelaim
* *Gb bi y~u 1' ieben diey 'sa~ a
ing fe svuh used to deUght
ia jp4JAAts et otariohildhood
8016 e d&e& jai f sneeve for
*f1ageab1." Tg dy, pu kiss a
She eM 60 ouf ou sneeze
.64 6 n Th tdb~' o bn'eese for
*Theaf, M sneeze for
Sneeze onI Saturday, your sweet.
Sneeze on a Sunday, your safety
The devil will have you the whole
,plause] of do gonvendion (tromendous
eering] I Iloud applause] --gobberhead
ong continued cheering]-loyal [sensation]
-Johnson [derisive laughter].--traitor [In.
ense enthusiaem]-gobberhead [oh, oh I
id loud sheers]-8enadors [here the
hole convention rose and gave nine hearty
oers]-robble, ahl !uncontrolable enthu.
asm]--do sublime nigger [indescribable
And in this manner to the extent of 600,
10 we ds, more or loss.
The patriots-in the lobby sustained llas
uek as long as nature would permit, and
en broke out into great disordor. lins
urek proposed to stop, but his friends
led -'go on," and Ihe chairman ordered
e police to suppress the dist urbance.
f New York World.
'I xx Ttx ON Wn serv.-Notwithstanding
e fact that the committee has twice voted
report the tax at the present figure of two
>lats, a majority of members is in favor
a reduction to at least one-half this
sount. Mr.. Allison has voted for two
>lars on both occations. because he thinks
proposltion for reduction should come from
e House; iut he has repeatedly declared,
and out of committee, that he is in favor
seventy-ilve cents or one dollar. antit will
ohably advocate a reduction ifit is urged
the ilouse. The sentimeat of Congress
this question it is not impossible to learn
t.h certainty, but many gentlemen believe
e (louse, at least, will agree to some re
rotion, though the motion will be opposed
the Revenue Bureau.-New York Times.
The editor of the Iacon (IlI.) home Jour
After the surrender of the rebel armies
e visited Petersburg, and picked up be
'een our own and the rebel works a nus.
>t now in cur possession. It was loaded
tihe time and required the services of a
uemith to remove the charge. There was
ro bullets inside, and one had gone partly
rough and was inbeded in the cthtr. It
is the opinion of those who saw It that
e of them must have been fired into the
LUzxIo, which alone could account for the
ndition in which they were found.
Ti. is a matter within our own knowldgo,
at Mr. Evarts lost. inre than thrice the
inual income of any ordinary lawyer by
tending the tmpeachiaent proceedings ; in
her words, .that lie doe-miad business vast
more remunerat ivo for'Lhe sake of conduct..
g Mr. J.ehusona'.s defonce:; and, noreover,
at Mr. Evarts has received n' fee what
er for onducting it. This is.a fact which
r. Evnr.ts would not condescend to state
msolf, -atd one which we should not be at
ery to mention find wi learned it fromr
m.-New York Nation.
A Fife inswraiee'campany gaiued -a
iso the other day in New York city
3cause the ,party insured, when -ask
i previous to insurance who was his
bysieiau, replied ho :badnore, though
a had 'had ono for years up to within
short time before..
Somebody has give'n atterance to
te fo-llowitng scrap of philosophy,
hich if -not good, is at least cool
rho poor man's purse may be empty,
ut'he has as much gold in the suns
tine and silver .in the moon as any.
A tafTk'ing match will come off soon
Boston between two wotmen. They
~o to talk twenty-four hours withoant
ee'p, no time beingmalloewed 4e eat or
The following ep'itaph was w.it t~enn n
.Or five she bore;
'The signals were in 'ain :
Gr'o-wn old and rusted
H er bobler -bust ed,
dLnd sasheed .the excnrsion .train.
There -is.a r.umor afloat in Pa.ris
rat t~he Sultan of Turkey will pay a
isit to America, as 'ho takes a great
terestin thme affairs of this country.
'The'Deumeracy 'of Mississippi recentl-y
asembledln a'Convention at Jackson, aind
rclared P'endleton as their irst, choice as a
Two 'ladies, twin sisteri', botinmarned
nd lhving apart, recently died on the
tine day m F'ra'nde -at'-the ago elf one
The New York E'xyrees says -the st'reets are
a a fne state foer allegators, but-ether kinds
gaiter. had better stay in the house and
[1y gaters whereothey belong.
A inri.-Th~e stron est k'ind1 of a
int-a young rla'dy askanag a gentte
can to see if one of her rings would
. en his little Ainger..
JOHN McINTYRE & 00.
B ae ut received ta fresh supply or
QROCB~RIEm8 which will be sold low
>i' 9A8H1--onslsting of
100 busheisa of -dora, No I Conntry Flour,
arrels, half-barrehs cud kits Mackcerei, Nos.
,2 and 8, E~nglish Dairy Cheese, Superior
irown Soap, Mixed Piclokes, Canned Oys
era, Wine Cakes, Lemon Novetjy t.akea,
'reneli Mustard, Crockery,, Raisins, Ntits,
hi'kinds, Fresh Cocoa Ureoam, *'lg Paste,
Lsorted Oandlies. Also-Laiee' ahd Gen.
lemen's Sho~es, (home maufat.ure,) Zephyr
'u "Here's Your Mule" .and 111l1 Arp
dm0 ing Tebaeo, Chewig 'tobacco, Se
*ke and many -etlhe artloles too numeh
Corin Oodr !t Corn IIt
Io RAGS OF CORE, ust received and
may 1 4NYL&O
jAMBbepondre ande Badee,"fAleo, Fine
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RULE TO PLEAD.
The 8tato E)1 South Caroilna.,
5N THE cowMON P'LEAs.
Nancy Wilka, vs. ID. C. Boyle, Attiachment.
W H iEREAS The Plaintif did on the 26th
her declaration against, the Defendant, who,
,(a. It, is said) Is absentt from and without
tito limits of this State and has neither wife
nor attorney known 'within thre same upon
whom a copy of the said deelaration might
fendant do appear aed plead to the saidc
deelatration on or before the 27th day of Oc.
tober, A. D. 1868, otherwise Ainal and ab.
solute judgment will 'theti be gieon sad4
awarded for the Plaintiff against him.
B, B. CLOWNEY, (7. C.P.
Clerk's O001e0, Fairfield District
26th Ootobei-1867 oct 29 le~mly
Cah*DSand will be sold low for
apt 9' THOMPSON & WOODWARD,
Metallio Clothes Lines,
T"Also anotber su pply of Brades 8loe
& 1ec b
)harlotto and 8. 0. Railroad.
COLUMu IA, April 0, 1808.
)N and after this date, the Trains over
this Road will run as follows
PASSHNOER TRAIN NORTH!.
cave Columbia 4.00 p m
i Winnsboro, 0.10 p in
Chester, 8.00 p m
rriveatCharlotte, 11.00 p i
cave Charlotte, 11.36 p m
" Chester, 2.10 a mi
4 Winnsboro, 4.01) a n
wrive at Columbia 6.00 a m
N ACCO)IODATION TatAIN WILL RUN As FOL
. Lows *
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
cave Columbia, 7.00 a m
" Winnsboro, 10.45 a m
"Chester, I.-I p m
rrive at Charlotte, 6A.3'5 p it
Tuesdays, Thursdays an'd Salur iavs.
cave Charlotte, 6.00 a im
" Clhster, 10.40 at Im
" Winmsboro, 1.41) p it
rri' 0 at Columbia, 6.0.1 p m
OUTH CARO1NA RAILROAD.
ORNenAL SmmpnsnNTrNns'r's Orrtier.
Charleston, S. t., March 26, 1' 4J8.
N and after Sunday, March 29th, the
Pas enger Trains on the Soutlh Caroli.
n ltailr ad will run as follows, viz
cave (harleston, 6.30 a iI
rrive at Augusta, 3.30 p in
cave Charleston, 7.30 p in
rrivo at Augusta, 6.46 a im
cave Charleston, 6.30 a in
rrive at Columbia, 3.5) p m
cave Charleston, .40) p i
rrive at t..olumbia, 6.20 a m
FOR CiAlR LESTON.
cave Augusta, 6.00 a m
rrive at Charleston, 3.10 ) min
cave Augusta, 4.1!) p m
rrive at Charleston, 4 00 a min
cave Columbia, 6.00 a I
rrive at Charleston, 3.10 p m
cave Columbia, Mti) p m
rrive at Charleston, 6.30 a m
cave Ciharleston, 3..10 p m
rrivo at Summerville, 6. 16 p mv
eaveSntn merville, 7.20 ia im
rrive at Charleston, 8.35 a m
On Monday,, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
cave Kingsvilio, 2.20 p m
rrive at Camden, 6 0) p I
cave Camden, 6.10 a in
rrive at Kingsville, 7 -10 a in
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RLULE TO PLEAD.
Staite of South Carolina,
I N rim CoS1310N P L A s.
hos. J. Chalk, vs. D. C. Boyle, Attach.
W IERIEAS the P'laintiff did on the 2tith
day of October, A. 1). 1867, file his
claration against tihe Defendamnt who, (as
is said) is absent from and without thle
miits of this State anid has neither wife nor
torney knowni witinl tha~ same upon whoim
copy of thme said deolaration might be
It is therefore ordlered, that ihe said De..
ndant, do appear and pleadl to the said do
arat ion on or before the0 27th day of Octo.
cr, A. D. 1808 otherwise fimnal absolute
dgmient will then be given and awarded
the Plainltiff against himn.
S. B CLOWNEY, C. C.P.
'innsboro. 8. C., 26th Oet., 1867.
RULE TO PLAED.
State of South . Carolina,
as. K. Rabb vs John Willingham Attach.
'T HEREAS the Plaintiff did on the six.
VTteenthm day of March, A. D. 1808 fie
is declaration against the Defendant who.
as it is said) Is absent froma and withont
lie limits of this State anid has neither wife
or attorney known within the same uponi
rhom a copy of the said declaraition might
It is therefore Ordered, that the said
befondando appear and plead to the enid
elaration on or before the seventeenth
ay of March A. D). 1869 otherwise fibal
nd absolute judgment will then he given
ad awarded for the Plaintiff against him.
8.B2. CLOWNEY,0C.C. P.
Clerk's Office, Fairfield District.
N EQUJITY--F.AIRFIED, 1867.
Ji for Specifiec Performance.
!hos. Aderson ra. Elizabeth K. Anderson,
IL appear#.g to thes Court t hat John
[Incald, Jamnes Kincaid, William A. 1in.
aid, and Fannie R. Johnson, defendantsa in
he above stated eanso are absent from and
pit hoat the Stat..
It' Is ordered on motion of Mr'. Rion,
lomplainants Solicitor that said defendants
lo appear and plead, answer or demur to
aid illi within forty days fromn the date of
he first publication of thisorder or a deoree
dro confuess will be entered of record against
hem. II, A. GAILLARD,
may 28-4 828 June 2,July
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RULE TO PLEAD.
State of South CrOlina%
NITh ila MMoN Pa*AI,
C. HI. Daidwin & CJo.. vs-John Willinghami,
W HERFAS I ho Plaintif did oit the eI$.
feen h day 6t Mavoh A, 0.1860~
lehsdeclaration against. the De dan
who, (as it said) is absent,.frorti #n hi~ot,
the hlt.s ofthils State and lleatel~ Ift.
nor attorney knows within th~ tamne (i6a
whom a copy of the said deolaratioR mtgh*
It is therqfore Qrdered thai the sadDq.
fendant do appear and pi#l to the" *ald
declaration ogi or before the' soeetpta
day of March, A. D. 1889 otherwIse OM
and absolute judgument ill:thd'b.a tvea
and awarded for te PanifamnI 4I.