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WAsIsuToN, July 27. to
The President has nominated Alexander
Cu"Inings, of POunlsylvauia, Coumissioner "
of. utm mrnl )tovqnue. b
The funding bill has passed both us-b
es. - .
The bill re-organizing Mississippi, 'Vir
ginifa tnud-Texa8, Caoe up in tho Senato.
Mr. Buckalew took the floor, to- argue it,
and in t lie courso of his r omarks, said it,
was useless to try to pass the bill; and on
Mi niotlion, it was tabled. The bill passed a
removing the disabilities from Nelson, Tift a
and Gen. Voung, and they were scated as
Representatives from Georgia, and Simon
Corley front South Carolina.
The flouse fillibustered on the tari bill
till adji-rnm1ol 1. Both Ilcuses have nid
journied to mile third 3ilonday il Sept eliber
Tiore is so touch conit'tsion, that it is
T Menible to give the posiillon of several r
1ipc riant bills ; htfill 11frectilig tIhe Soul h,
of an nggressive character. have failed.
The Senate cotfirmlled (luln. IRoselleraniz as
Mili.ser to .UIxIo; Enos 1. Ilodg', Assis
ftat .lustice of ilie Siprolite Court; 8,me "on1
NI. Johl'-son, Assitmalt Secrelary of the
8 P. M.-The President called oi special
session ot' the Senate. h'llis leaves many
important olli-es vacant. The Presidjenit
was at tihe capitol fromt ialt'past 10 to 12.
All tie bills were signed, except limo funllding
bill; which. however, tio Presidlent can
sign at many time within ten days. Itepub
licman members of Congress Iave signed
agreement that they will not be here in Sep Pt
tember, ntiless advised to come by Seniator
Morgan and lItepres-ntativo lemnk, ofA
lie Congressional Republim Coimittee.
Wa%sisoTO.V, July 29. Of
Twen'ly-fivo radical memybers of Congress b
had a private mo0eting lamt, night. A mem ina
b."r of Granit's staff was presentl. It is tim
statied that mle President, % wis weakening ta
uireer apprehension otimpeacitmeit i Sep. pl
temiber, and would not rcmlove tollins. The ex
opindoh .is expressed that undor yesteriay's ai
order from the War Deparntment, time Sonth
elrn States would undoubtedly go Democra.
tie, and tihe removal of time President, so far
11s thmose preseit, could go, was deterininel de
ulponm. The prospect looked gloomy to imest tih
nombers: but. GrItl's election was regarded
as a patriotic "')Jessity, which IMust be be
McCul 1loch hra issued a circular stating 1-a
Ilat parlies desiring to,exohangO sevenm- of
thirties, due July Irl, 'or ive-twent ies, Imust. Ni
place them in mail or express, addressed to
Secretary MoCulloch, oi or before August li
Moretarmumy McCuilloch appr.leenris m is, sv
chie' fromt tlie new tax bill. Stringent
regula( ions are under preparation. th
hiternal revenue receipts to-day, $C6j),.
WAsIlINGTON, July 30.
The Republican Executivo Commit- 10
tee have unfavorble acecouits of t.he te
South. Major Moore, of the San Ai. y(
tonio Ipr.s, w ho ias just arrived, an
says there is little hop for Lime recon.I M
structionl policy in Toxes. A mmm11. re
bl of (ov. \ Wariouth's stafT, just ar- co
rived from Loui,,iana, says if the llrcsi- gm
dent does not respoid to the call for
troop-s, which tile Governior will make,
in compliance with the resolution,
just pmssed by -the Legislature, the .
State will be practically in rebellion. of
110 says the Westerii part of the State th
is wholly under the control of the Ku a
K%Clux Klan, who ri<le about openly by "n
day-light. Several of the formier re- pr
bol cavalry regiments have been or
orgmizad and called "Seymour
Ktlights," aind the infantry companies al
"Blair Guards." li
WAsHINGTON, July 31. efl
'lime Post-oflice report, for imo year end- ta
l ing.ien 80,'.18t8, shows a defliciency of
'rThe Alu-k'a dtraft is on time Assistamnt
TIreasurm'er, at New Yor'k, payabmile at sight. nr
Th'le Cabinet 'heldI mm meetimng to-inay- in
Messrs. Seward amid Evar'ts were abset, at
Thte rovenute receipts to-day wemeo $fl85,
00)0 ; for tihe monthb, end ing thmis date, $10. -
Tme Freedmen's Buircau in Maryland, ex,
cepufor educeationmal purposes and bounty, isy
The Commissionecr of Internal Rovenume
has decidled in'- favor of time Tico metre to
prevnt frauid imi distillm'ies. am
Gener'al Stommeman conteamplates tno iamm
d.iatoe nor ultimanie swveeping chamngemi in time to
Vir'ginia civil oflices. An electioni in Vir- h
ginia before further Congressional action is in
John M. Blinckley has beon instadleed as
Solicitor' of' lime Imnter'nal Revenuo Depart..
Thme.stock in thme National Life Instsanmeo i
Comnpany chattered by Conmgr'ess hats all bn
been tajen by capitallsts,headed by Jauy irc
Cooke. It is pr'oposed to run it, it connee
tion with. the national banks.sl
Time Congresional Globe publishes Butler's ey
reply to Henderson under a bold-f'aced-typo fi
head of 'llenderson Wounded." Butler 0
put t,he caption hhnmmself, and t.he proprietors ui
of time Gl1obc felt hound to follow copy. w
Tio.press generally discredits the BrazIl
ian statement that Ilumalta has fallen.ti
WAsHiNoToN, August 1.
The Republican National Exectutivo Cota- ei
aitteo is mn session at New York. C
Tiho,Post, Office accounits ar'e not yet masdo m
up. - The recen!. niatement of groat deficion- 1)1
cy lifwild spectulatlori i It will not exceed
~4009000, and Is elmhgrgeablo t.o. expensive
rtm& .ithe far .West, Ins tead of in t!mo
o r sleofvomCnm -oiysmp
ipsden tndoedLieut. 0ov. Cox,
assuing ('ox thaimt Rlins, will glye' way tol
a ejv all parties of trouble. Cox o1
. Wm's, cmraccount of pigropaig personmal 0o
A specfat a kenit will ho placed In cbarge hi
of the New Orleanms Cumntomi Hiotso, et
Admirmal iDalhlgr'en assumes his duties as ti
Chief of te Nayail Ordinance Bureau Men- rt
1The lime for comnvertlng~ 7-80's exniired
to- day. Themre are about. $5,000,600 'omt.
standing, which will be paid In entrrency at
Considorableaiiil id elt regarding thme dl
positiop of tre:. Cabinet,. 'Thup Newr: York iil
Twme?' speelivi sayis,itte posti.on 'In regar'd oi
to theDom~Oratia noraineos-is - tsoctrtalnedl T
to.be as folows: Nonoof thein as;o gatislfied vi
rIitfrthe nominmations;~ but. MosuriAidMu It
look anmd.Browning, will pr'obably,support, fc
thetn; wile Messrs, Seward, Rantdall..andi D
Welles will, unmless they alter thelr.presentj, ~
opiniopgs, remain as anutral as possible du-.a
.rtIing the cammpalgn; an.d'Mose. Evarsamnd "w
8olotleid will veo for Grant. andi Colfax, -Y
llaytlan advlces state that Saiave still os
htoldips., having sepellod t'oral assaults. #
OsSud 4~iJuly ofth, Salnavo prolamnedlv
hinmself mperor of Hlayti. 6'
Vene;uela adlvloos represent the revolu.t
edged tha eviltma a u oh1i overn e~
zarenti Tht aeItiQ mitad t8f,s Mhlinse 1
acknowledged him~ and eart'atuhtad iim -di
va?hit-orribilkI M. 1
AThANTAr, GA.-, July 27.
The Democratic Congressien nominated
-day. were General Wofford for tle long
rio, anld 1H. V. Miller for (he short teru.
The louse adopted a resolution, reqttest..
g the (lovernor to proclaim military laW
no end, and restoration of civil law. A
11 was introduced to organuio the militia.
ills were also introduced passed boll
ouses, suspending levy and sale, except
r debts ocontracted since the war.
RICHMOND, July 27.
Rev. Reuben J. Ilerndon, in jail at Orange
)utt House, charged with the seduction
ad Iturder of Miss Mary Lumisden, escap
last iglat. Hie left a confession of the
dliction, but denial of the murder. A
ward of ".00 has been offered by the
3vernor for 'is capture.
Governor Wells has obinined fromn tle
(eral Govornient St,0)0, being a portion
lte expense icirred by Virginia, inl
ising and equipping federal troops during
M o013t-lY, I I .A. , July 27.
loth Itouses have p.aswd an Act ,atify
g ihe code of A ex:th elf, xept where it
inflicts wit; 11h;, nor.- Ct sItrution. A de
Ite in tho Sanate, this ilorning. shows it
ago lauamaber of Senaltor in faivor of renov
g :111 Ioliiall disaililis. Th1eT iS pro
bly a aojority in favor tf such a maies tie.
r. !t:arri ng toa, of M obtle, offered a esolit -
mit in reltion to newspapors It provides
at for pitblishing slanderous articles, t le
itors atd proprietors shall be lined iot
IS thI at $1,000 And imprisoned not less
an, nor more than, six montls; and tle
es4 And material c:an be sold, as soon as
tIgment. is entered, to pay thle fitne. The
i tap)lies to copied aatter as i,ell no
iginal. Th judge of the court ie to do.
lo as to what is slanderous. Gov. Smith
S veteed lthe bill fixing tle pay of nena.
is and omeers of this Legislatare. le
kes tle groind that it is ana increase over
e rates fixed by rle old law. 110 ftrl
kes (lae ground that tile pay (eight dollars
a- day and forty cents a miile mileage) is
horbuitant, and is naot in proportion to (110
ioutit in (lae Treasury
Nrw Younx, July 27.
Sevon cases of cholera, including three
iths, have occurred in what is kniown as
3 Shanty District of this city.
three more oft ihe express robbers have
eni hung lay a mob,:Ienar SPymtia1r,idianai.
A letter from Acapulco, states that seve
I of the crow of t le steaier s0.91sipee, died
catarrhal fever, contracted at Coriato,
Advices fron 'anama states (lanth there
.q beni! nto lighting yet. President Dias
is baikhed Tle yellow fever is epideil
at Rivas, Nicaiagua.
Tic Costa Itica Congress has abolished
export duty on Coffee.
ATLANTA, July 29,
Governor Iill And II. V. Miller was elect.
United States Senators, on the joint bal
of the Senate and Iouse. For ithe long
-mat, Iill received 110 votes and llrown 91.
a tle short term, Miller received 110
les and Blodget t 73; scat tring 20. Tiae
niounceiaent of tie election of 11ill and
lear gives generna antisfaction, and was
:eived withk cheers. There was mch
afision, ot thlae atniouincemaet. Tiae
Ileries and lobu>ies were ordered to be
A uuusi.A, July 29.
le remains of Corneliuls Ited, killed hv -
lice olicers, were interred lhis aifteriaootn,
lowed to the grave by a largo procession
citizeNS and firmen,cti. It is understood
it tle jury fotand a verdict of mutarder
ainst (ihe police officers. An indignation
aeting will be lield to-norrow, Against tle
0seht nmt1nicipal goverUnent.
NaIw Yonac, July 20.
The Herald has a speciil from St. Louis,
dting that tle Democratio meeting in Sa
a County was attacked by radicals. The
licals were driven of, leaving three kill
and seven badly wounded. Several
mocrats were badly wounded; about
only-ouo on each side hurt.
BOS-roN, July 29.
Thraee baridges en the B3ostona, lIar-tfor-d
J Er-ie Iload, werec burned last night by
-Pa-r-rsnun a, July 29.
The oil woa-ks of Lafer-ty WVaring explod
to- day, killing ad fatally hauating t.wo.
no tanaks explodedl simultaneously. .The
>tk were entir-ely destroyed.
AUavS'rA, August 1.
A Repub-lican mass meeting, composed
stly of negaroes, was held at theo Caurt
yuso t o-day, for theo purpose of appointing
tiae State Coinvent ion to be held in Atlan
. A letter was read fronm Josh Hill1, say
g lie would stump thec State for Grant and
flarmcxons, August 1.
Reverdy Johnson und family sailed for
.trope at. noona. Mars. Lincoln, whlo hans
tan hot-e several days, wias too ill to leave,
Vera Crauz adlvices- repoa-t numerous
tall victories over (lie inasuargetnts. Great
citemteint prevails regarding thle organuiza,
an of Santa Anna's emaissna-aes at New
rleans. Thae Gover-nmnent he taking mess
'es to give them a a warm reception,
berrever they might land.
St. Domingo news shtows ntew complica
mns. President Baez has every cell of the
ablic' prisons full. Baez asked assistano
emn Spaina. Leadiang London bankers loan.
Jiaz $2,000,000, The late President,
ihreal, Is repoa-ed advancing with a for
idable forcee, and thae early fall of Baez is
LisanoN. Jusly 27,
There Is a r epor-t thaat, a British gunt-boa
hdednaen at a Portuguese colonial station
a the boast, of Guinea, andl took ptossesion
the place . Thae Portugaiese guard were
ado prisonore,- and the Portpguese flag
wuled down, the Britisha 'coors being sub
ituted. 'The Government has dispatchzed
ro men-of-war to the sconeoof the out
LoNDoN, July 27.
Lord Cranwortha ls dead.
Further advices fronltth% Japan revolt, of
ine, have been received. All the ministers
- foreign powers, In Jnaar, h'ad uanited In a
-toest agaiuist the revival, by thae Mlkado,
' the decree.against, the .native. Christilans.
4e civA war, eontinuaed to rago wia." nmuch
dlotice.. The troops of th'e Mikado were
oyssessiont of allie ' port' op6n'ed to
#olgntbre by treaty. The brother of States,
oai, thozoJ-yooon,-was at, the haa of
tiertf, e theospj ritual Emaperor,,
ad hdi a lar4 rmy wader his pobnmand,
bib' liii indyually adraaoing ens
oddo)1 a-whlah-ntty-. tho party of thae Ty..
tea Ag v.rfarma$.1 le.ro. ha. hbeen somte
~hisa, . ~~ forces jn the
te4iiN 14*%* h6ttght
>eotive strai th i 6Y,gar%
oofta the 6/#f n
npIfrsada*inn vdMih n
Ooncentration of Troops near Washington
WASiINOTON, July :11.
The troops in the District are to be con
centritdl at Lincoln depot, and are to be.
I'inforced by Dupont's light battery of I lie
'ifth Artillery. Tle alleged object ofi the
concentritlon is to form a complete school of
Disastrous Floods in Alabama -The Crops
Mlotixr., July 31.
Aceotits froin fie interior of Alalmina
d 111 MiNsissippi are ul fit vorable. There
have been heavy rains in Al seution Thu
caterpiller is report a1,4 doing coniidvra.
ile itmage int dirferent section of Ao I bmma
The Warrior river hait; risen 1hirir Ivot aI
Tuisealoosa, and I here is t weitly 'et rise inl
the liigie and .\-il,:mma rivers. Fe-a. or
an oeilliw of the low las ase entertainm
Brutality in a0 Negro Goverlimant.
I 'v.N., .11ly 3 1.
.\dices h'rom i:lyti state 1hoi1 thiiys, Pri
omors who h:ul sirretilrul in a rectilight
were shotu to delh.
Judicial Decision about. Di.itillerie!.
INPrW Yolm<. .Jilly ::I.
It has been decidei in one ot the colmu-t
that. a mortgags! givel ll a Ii-sti ery prior
to seiz.tre for violation ol' tih , revenic I:iw,s
does not ext11p1A it fr-ou seizure.
Now York Market,
Nnv Yonm, Amg. 1, 7 P. M.
C%AtOi to ial t!i lb i erls ,
bales, at 34) a 30A. Cold active and
atdvancing, at 45a.
CH AR1.1:s1,o.N A ufg. I.
Cotton firm but no sales-quot.a t ions
.ltvxiuool,, AngI 1.
Cotton clused steady---uplands 9vt
Gov. Seymotir is an adroit aunda i~
Dnan, a DI)elocrat Vhose ( isy ws
lever qutstioned, ak thorongh-going
Iter of New luglnd and or Nw
IiIngland ideas,n :dni candidatho en l
:Ontrol the full Vole oif h.i: party .: 1Li
mwn Stale.-Boseon ..ledrise(r, (le.
This is the highes. compliment we
lave yet Seen pail Gov. ey lIr. .\
horough liater of Nev Ntighind, and
>r New E ngland ideon8" is- aI manl wh1o
oves the Whole colintrs'.
rn Cnovs..-Disipatches from a numler
)f lovalities in tle Sl ates ot Iili ois, Wis
o1mil, Ilowa, alull Minneso.a. with two or
bireq exceptions, ann"uncr th ovrops ot
ma11111 g,rains uinpreedenlied both in ciility
Old ( t11:111ity. :id' tilt corti never Lok;ed
iet Ier. It is aIFSert i hl It , n till $5 .'Zone
blight Sho uld come. hoil ihe !1 si1til grn il
:ro) and te corn cr(qp will be the largest
,ver galiered in thie Northwest.
Brownlow isq again rcovering, :and
O,eb devil is again smvinaled ont of iis
When'* is the -aninml" in man most
ully id at, th same lime most iteni* (,:
bly developed ? Whe li he becom,es a
A fe'male A bolit ion)ist, ILaura Onuppv.
is hect uring in Cialifornia1 inpn tihe "lRadi
calismi of Jesus Chr'ist"
A secret has been admliirably detfined
als "anhythlitig imide knlown to everyborly
in a whSper."
Morrissy backs Seymour chanIlces
two to 01ne,
Min. EsITon: Pleasoannonco Capt. Johdt
Ilinnant as a Ca ndidale for TIax Collector of
Fiairficid D)istricl, and oblige,
W E tn altering the shelving, and
the Fall trade. Mr. Ligon will commiienco
about iho first, of September. Ini order lo
hiavo as much01 room as possible, we offer otur
Bootse and Shoes,
IIats anid C.aps,
Bargains will be offered. Call and( see.
SWe app constantlyreeivng
fresh additions of fine
which we offer at, Colunnbia prices. All
Primlo Leaf [Lprd, -
' Crushed, A; ii. C.,
Extra 0 Yellow,
and Brown Sugar,
Refined aind common Petroleum,
Finest Gun Powder and.
Oroen- iljusot Tetiaihd best
Philadelphia-AiI ist phtit bottles.
.LIrdipooi ISalt and?i
Choice Carolina Rico,
n. n Nr.mKr Nr
_A O T I Wr NS
WINNSBORO, 8. C.
r iE subveriber i-i Agent for several va
able Machline inl e4ii lec liuln W ith
Clotles Washer, Viz: 11ickeyN't MI)AVer I
Ul:lper, M.1:11z'4s Chaliionl l Sintl and1 Se
t-ati ng Nachine, I 'll, Thrasher anl. 'evel al o
el.li - 11 l'.ehD1
unproved Wnsinl.teh:ip,s i.e
by ily flilily fo. lI e ryIkIV lin.l m111mil" it
IIh!lt it hlai --ivell entire i .,
inl-I i1q Inlerits uqwlal to il, -Ilit1 . [i i
c; th rt 0hy (Illte dir, c1ioll :me
Oih , Ce l h Ie,;, n 4-11 ati.-lY Ic,o1im -w1'141
l %blers was ing .\ l linle lit IA ubi
the oli w:I,It hib 111mti.
Ti<k i.- I.> cer-14%y Hbll %%o :1. mil .
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A At I W 1ll n (o nalow i nly v i fe O he !ol
olit%' I m h o , ilny chili' n h:t 1i 1g1.
mie With so mu hjoY, who h .'elimbeil) rt
wees to leit' rntil Ilheir lilile ti lict- (,I le
lerness no l 4 ll'fect ions, o b le phatCe-1 ini sut
I huit tutt tiol I ill of d ist eus in t heayi a o m iI
-,- c cerl 'Iin i rt oviFitin for 11 evi, I ho m ie.)
r cv d int whIVItieh :Ito n1ow wI%h1il lily rTe
jr in I 2y otIIrs elft " s i itn ly I 11 1 re 11e' onl [I
your t1ecti i f you do nm ap9la t
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XA> he liiloiv gn 1 et- : id hiw yr n li i il
n ed1 , i l i i. b1 : lmpa,
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e :en:: :.-tn. (h ohn l'.-a l"ll.n I.
Fillui, Cain'.' atheart, E.,. J .\ln 1i ,
CMtild ; 1"10,
Nedd y(o people i.
S.I.IP T1.\IING FL,OUR for making
mllost dli it ioms bh-el is , II I l iti
&h. Wi wio l Yenst oc sah, Wil h CMod t
warrnle whOUNsom anjust rcioan
Fue9 lo-o by A~f
JOH McI NT RE & 00
f E haveI jus received frehspl
'W. M. NELSON.
00 b ,. lsicoll, (eent of, Ib01
Il mtl extrat, .' Su nr
( 0Stigni. 0'1-ed Wlls.
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No. I Coyttu Cit-vird lI111
Now York ( leltil sy up,
Muil,covaio .\lo S-,-sI
Prime I ear Dar.
BE ANT 11.1 CO,FFE -
.Jusf Ileceived by
)MIdOlN .\l N T\ 'll & CO
It C dIIIE
\ A i, Volleu, Aoh.-ses Tea, c:lille., f
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It, KI-T,1'CIIIN, Me l \A'TEM I & cr.
T0o1 . Whu.1 a. , ai Cow V V:14. tk-;
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Plus, A. te p) fr 10lt A0, h
1 1 II 1.8 of I'I% V'an , just recived
and f'or sa:le b ,Y
.JOHN MvINTVlIE & CO0.
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F lZi:sI Coc !ml i Cn m C;ttily, (;Iiuml
1 1oU I i K ivs Fig loi i),
!111( Drtiod FrIui.
JO!HN MceINI'YVE1 & CO
()Ni 11' if ,1ev's l1i-1 Chass WAIlNGt M A
. C i l . ic p h . A\ pply
A CON SIDE?S and will be -,uld low for
FOU Il CAINAIl. s LT 0AD
3'' Ac1y tCha rls on ., 8lrh2 . 188 lci
Nnri d at e*rleamin, ;\lnreh nh. 0
Passenger olThris ouIhtSu Caoi.
heave Cmluestn, 6.30 p mn
.Arrive ani Auguafn, 6.80 yi mi
*g Leave Charleslon, 73
n Arrive at Augnttuta l, p.1 in e
CAORE CQLUAI. It
L.eave Charsleo, 2.2(0 a mnI
ArrIve at. Columb, 6 (50 p mn
[eave Chrlestn, 6.410 a m o
a .Arrivo at Conlubi, 7 .20 a mn 10
eate A81 sa '60
yUArheatarlston 1111S tdrz.pm
rpLeveAuusa 4..~ prl 1808.m
0.Nrrv ant hatresn, 4h T 00ru avm
Lenyc ColumbIa, 4.00 a
Ariven Chreo, 0.10 p m
Lev Colurnbi, 5.0 p mn
- Arrive at Charleto, 5J.O0 p 'n .t
I U rilNRILL ROTIN.
JL.eave Chlesot o, -, .40 1 p3r m
Arrive'e umm rv2e,10 a in ei
LenveSummervil, 4 .00 a me lr
Arrive at,Cohaln, 8 .05 a me
CAMDEN BRNI . b
OnMondayg WVednsdays and Satridy.
Leave Kinilin 7.00 pam in
Arrive at Camdentl, 6.36 p m c
SLeavye Cuatnde, . 5 .00 a m p
'Arv aCt ngvl, 7 .40 a m
morari 3t1uwi. T.PEAKl,Ge' sups.
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AEulETS WV A NTII1) F01O,
HE OFFICIAL HISTORY OF
\( 93,i I t I:R (c N i t' I y Nl
I 0N. A 1,2E.. 11. NT E P -.,'ES.S
|A P ,,A Ior i 'u N .
IS e:t.ca wlv.rk" pre nii -[1;, the Com
plletc and( imlp arlial anltYsis of, thie
to , tii If it \t rve ye IIt .idt d1, amd giv.-'
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t 0 .1 watI:I te Ilood.lid 4of1 jevolt
mn lmil t-; IOt;til s'prilgs, .ot whib
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vlmn:<4o of I'a lil, hNi bt n'ieaill and malli.
y, alid ali inl-elleclia ti t-at of, thle highe.41
.wr. The Oreal Allmevicant Warbas a
t o 11111 itl tkorian w rllW ly of ils impor.
11- 1 nI :1.1 whoen lit Will re'oiVe (1ha
oilr-111, vamfd 11111 imiartial tIreatnent
i 11r1t1 h id jU6iCO 81 t illgti114H ly (10
The intetse dih every whlero mnxaift-g
lal obiainl thli.A work,' its Official charliefer
14rad sale, comilled wilh ant incerelimed
111111ssio , Imake it the best,t )t ubs,ciptiln
Ok ever 1 p1111 i lim ll.
Onie nin Esooni, II. repolUs 'i nt -
1 ib r I 'V in th 11ree da .1s.
Orv in llIItoilo, 1ws , W: Fubcriberq in
'hle inllMeiphik. Ttn 100 bscibers
84i,11o Allr aie l lRO a d t o 111 v irt s,
.1 n floll des rilition of te work, with
t:e nooIkes wli of adl,t11(vanee sheels, & o.
N\ ATION.\L, PU litISH I NG C o.
Ih-ttt s eattI iee hA lanot, dore
Purifies the Blood.
0 Salt by Driugglis Everywlure.
~1H E V E HY bE ST,
S11111 Olmnlily, New Vlollr, wo kle bfy
T I'lII.\II8QN i WOODWARDld
rIF Tiln -
OTHERN HOME JOURNAL,
N|1o'11c l's it kly I'llptrt il |1 1 1Cil r y.
11IIVlD FlD V\1ITID IUATL ENE,10Y.
'T hel person Who slnis i the lirgest
eenti .ay and 1tof,.A.y, 188,i
19 let. Ithan1() onend rod) aw d wihive.,
preitthef111 ino o nt' snite wf
To' he ero noi who enu thne ie larg
ii cumbe of ne auttl ubcibers, (notl f
Serhnet-vee,)- wwl giv
To'end pera wh snds use t hex ig
Srunby of rc Annual subscieris, (ol
od tasolity, wugent will vo h gv
Clumer o Fnow onul sbsriber, no
UST tha ten-ive,) ewllgv
o lsslhan Ite, woi~~ ill' giv
RULE TO PIEAD.
Sate of South Carolina,
IN MIE COMiMoN PLIAS.
hs. J. Chalk, vs. b. C. Boyle, Attach.
SIII-NIE'AH (he Plaiil'iffdid on the 20th
day o1 Octolet., A. I). 37. fle his
elriv ioll aan thle W-Q11i01.eii who. (as
it il -Lid) k 111SeVII 1O.- iand witho-t Che
roiyo 1.n1w1wi.,i1 t;le ->AMP u1-ou V-:0om
:'- T11.011iOn mui-1ht be
~i ii- 'Ptweord-r]d. Imhf the said De.
( In t , lippear itild pAe:-.[ it, the 80.id '.o.
ehai-io.oi on. 16,oefo !he .i d'y of Octo.
'" I) l& '; o.'c' ai e inal r.ibsohiito
ii: ou % *,ill 11hen le given tid awarded
be P 'lititti o',bi- imi.
V. I ChlOW E Y. C. C. P.
W'inn.borp 8. C. 2t6 Oct. 1867.
c 29- vt I y
RULE TO PLEAD.
State of1 South Carolina,
F A LI I F 1 ,E 1 l) 1 ST R I CT.
IN TiMi COaLLoN PLi:s.
1. I 1ibwinl & Co.. V3 Joln Wil!inghari-.1,
f1 E11E AR, the Philltintl did on the six.
teenl (tIny of Nlirch, A. D. 1808,
Iib! him lechoittion lgai.st thle Defendant
who, (as it salW) is absent. front and without
Itie imits ot'this Stato and has neither wife
no10 attr-ny-V kiowin within thosane upon
whliom at copy of the said declaration might
I is 11h-refore Ordered thatl he said De
fo-1lin. d I apllia 1kil plend Io the said
declaration oo ci- before th3 seventeenth
-Iay of March, A. I). 1809 otherwise final
antd abhliltle jdttiliment , uill then be given
and naw.-rtee ol. A5 le mi M,1-:against. him.
8. It. C11,011 N EY, C. C. P.
Clel-r's Onion. Feit livId )istrict.
mlar 10- 1 U3m11ly
RULE TO PLEAD.
Statoe of Sont.h (a-olina,
F A I It F I H' L D D I 8 T Rt I Ui T.
IN TiM 10oMMON PL1A.
Martin L. t,raswell, bearer, vs. C. McClena
11"'1't"AS lie''"i'if did oi the twon
t ly--vven 'i day of April, A. 1). 1808,
file hi dleel.ivation against tho Defendant
who, (a- it is said) iq absent. from and witihout
the ' of' 1bm i lintoe. and has neither
Vi'to onit olmv known within thesamlo
111on whom it Copy a copy of thlsaid de
cl11afivi might he served.
1; i? there'ro Ot-ered that fihe said De
'enanhlit do nppei Ititnd ple.i to the said
deelt.1lion on or beforo thet wenly-eighth
lily ot All it, A1). 1869, othli4 is final and
ab,tolto.ittdgnenit will then he given and
lwardle.1 for lie I'laial 'F'n-gninst Ihlia.
S B. (1.4 ) N 1., C. C. P.
Apl ii t i, 1863.
july 2--lZ1m11ly -
1U L E TO PLEA D.
ie matoe of south Carolino .
PA IRF I BLD DISTRICT.
IN TIIM CofMMON PLAS.
Nancy Wilks, vs. ). C. Boyle, Atlachiment.
. W IllE,ll1A (ho Plati itf id on the 20i
(Iny of October, A. D. 1807 file
her leclaration against the Defendant, wile,
(1ts it is said) is ibsent fronm and without,
Lbhe limits of this Btal.o nitd has neithor wife
nor attorICy kInown wit bin lihe sate upon1
whom a copy of the said dooli ation might
It is therefore ordered that. fhe said Do.
fenlant. Io appear and plend to the said
teilaration on or beforo the 27th day of Oo.
toher, A. D. 1868, otherwise finald and ab.
solute juidgmienat will (lien be given anid
awarde..'d for (the Phlnt iti' gntnust, hinm.
8. 11. Cf.OW NEY, C. C. P.
Clerk's Ofloe, Fairfield Distr-ict,
2tu bi Oct ober- 8(17 oct 29 leOmly
P~?-''.'IEILl MONTil to selt the NA..
Mh AllNE. T )'his Mililne is equal to ilia
tandathtrd mnahinoes in evety aesplect antd Is
-uild at (lie low pilo of $20. Address NA..
'IlONAIL SE WING MJACH INE~ C0., Pit ts
RULE TO PLEAD,
Stato of Southi Carolina,
F A IRiF IE1LD DI STRP.10T.
iN TIHE COMMON PLEAS,
0. A. 11111 (for nother Vs. J. 0, 0. Feastior,
WIIERIEAS thae PlaintIff did en the sixth
day of Jtuno, A. D. 1868t file his decia
rat ion against thie Defendant who, (ats it is
saidl) I s bseatt from and withiout th&e limit.s
of this Ste aotnd has neither wife nor attor
ntoy knowan within the same upon whom a
copy of the said doelaration m ight be sor,
It is theorefore Or-der-ed, that the saId De
fondant do 'appear aid plead to the deelara
tion ont or before (lie elithi day of June,
A . D). 1809, othet-wiso fi nel and absolute
Judgmenctt wIll thou be gIven and awarded
for the PlaintIff'against him.
8. 1i. I tLOWNE~Y, 0, 0. P.
Clerk's, Offie. Fairfield Distit.
EULE TO ffLEAD.
Stalte of South Carolina.
IN TItS OMMON PLEAs.
E. Fost er & C6., vs James R, Ashford-At
~IIEREAS thto t'ltaiptIfdid oe the 28d
V' day of Junke A,-D.,1808 file his do
olarat ion agalhat; the Defodldait who, (as it
is said) id absent from and' yWithout the
laiaat of this Stato and hqe neithop~ wife
nor attorney known within the samte upon
whom a copy of the said doolaration migt
It. Is therefore ordered, thet the said Do.
fendant do appear and plead to the said de
olar-ation on or before the.24th day of June,
A.,ID. 1800, otherwise final aed absolute
judgment will thien be gied and awarded
for (lie Plaintiff aguihst-him,
,.~ i.- CLOWNEY, 0 0, P.
Oler's Oiled Fairfo;ld D)I3(riot.
June 28d, 1808,,
janto 27..le8mly - ,-i
.UN received a lot 0 Sohoeo3o~ nt
Also s lot of Valent ines. i
-KETCHIN, MbMASTER& DRI02,
B SH ELS of. CO S on e9nsigpo~
ties wi shing to buf0ern 4
their advantage to call at one6 e
tIn ttgfunibA I 4d.2fji 6Vd"It c.
meants tar. asnt Jt.bu&to Olrd