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Touontq, May 31.?Mr. end Mm. Nash,
living over Hammond's bat store, wer?
burned with it. .. ? . ,
London, May 31. ? It is estimated that
Paul Boyton, in crossing the tides and
currents of the channel, paddled thirty
The Post says it has reason to believe
there is overy'likelihood of the Govern?
ment^ of Bussia and England coming to
a friendly arrangement on the question of
Central Asia. . The Parliamentary whip
has invited the supporters of the Govern?
ment to meet Mr. Disraeli this afternoon.
An unsigned letter in the Times gives a
clear explanation of the recent warlike
rumors. The writer says, a few weeks
agd; the German representatives at the
various European courts officially com?
plained that Frances was arming, with a
view to the early resumption of war.
Gen. Van Schweinitz, the German Mi?
nister in Vienna, declared that owing to
Germany's long suffering, war had not
vet broken out The Czar thereupon
telegraphed Emperor William, entreat?
ing him to postpone operations until the
Berlin interview. Ho also instructed
the Russian Ambassador at the Court of
fit James to suggest tho co-operation of
Great Britain in behalf of peace.
Charleston, May 31.?.Arrived?
Steamship South Carolina, New York.
Spkiuofteld, Mass., May 30.?A de?
structive fire occurred here to-day.
Forty buildings, including- a number of
business blocks, were Burned. Loss
Washington, May Sl.rjA boy thought
to be Charley Ross, was Sound in Berry
vllle, Virginia. ? ?
The President has- appointed Luther
. J. Howlett Appraiser or Merchandise in
The Court of Claims .to-day gave an
opinion in the case of the Union Pacific
Railroad Company. . The suit was
brought to recover the one-half of the
.amount earned? for Grjternment trans?
portation, but now Withheld by the Go?
vernment to pay. interest, advance when
the subsidy bonds mature. Tho Court
gave judgment for the company in the
sum of $512,000. The Court over-ruled
the motion for a new trial in the Elge
cotton case, in which an award of $366,
000 had been awarded. The over-ruling
is, without prejudice, and the motion for
a new trial can be renewed by the United
States, if the books of the purchasing
agent of the so-called Confederate State?
can be produced, Bhowihg that Elge sold
his cotton to the Confederate States Go?
vernment. The evidence can be pre?
sented to the Chief Justice of the Court,
who will remain in Washington during
the greater part of 'the vacation. Several
additional affidavits were read by the
Assistant Attorney-General, tending to
show that Elge sold his cotton to the
Confederate Government and, there?
fore, the claim was improperly allowed.
The Court adjourned till Monday,,the
29th of November next
There has been a long confab at the1
Poet Office Department Col. Scott an?
nounces that no cars of the Baltimore
'and Ohio Railroad will be allowed to pass
North of Philadelphia,,With or without
the United States in all;/ notwithstanding
this, the Post Office Department will
give the Baltimore and Ohio Bail road the
New York mail to-morrow, which action,
it is said, will delay it six hours at Phila?
delphia. Fifty employees discharged
from Pension Office.
Probabilities?For the South Atlantic
States, falling barometer, warmer South?
east winds and partly cloudy weather.
For the Gulf States.iTehnessee and Ohio
Valley, Southerly winds, lower pressure,
warmer and cloudy weather, and possi?
bly occasional rain.
The Government steamer Swatara,
from the transit Venus expedition, baa
arrived at New York.
The Prosideht leaves on Thursday.
Judge Pierrep?nt has issued a circular
to tho officials, whereby it is hoped there
will be a uiouiucttUuii in the swindle or
needless witnesses and other indirect
A Holyoke special soys the littest esti?
mate of the HOlyokc church disaster
Sfives the number of dead as seventy-one,
.dally burned twenty-two, otherwise
burned and wounded twenty-seven,
making a tQtul of 120. Fifty-five of the
dead are females and sixteen males.
Eight persons, all females, are missing.
It is disputed whether both front doors
of the church were open and available at
the time of the fire. It is expected nioro
bodies will be taken from the ruins. A
public funeral of tho victims will be held
to-day, at 10 A. M. Some pitiful scenes
were witnessed yesterday, as the bodies
were visited by friends for the purpose
of recognition. Paul Jeter was fright?
fully burned?his left arm a mere stump,
'his faee and neck almost charred. He
was held up by the officers, and his great
grief was painful as ho recognized, in a
blackened corpse before him, the body,
of his wife. An old woman of sixty
found the body of her aged husband, her
only support, among the dead in the
school' bouse. One woman, though
? quite dead, still retained her grasp on a
fan; with which she hsd endeavored to
quench tue flames when they first started
in'the church. The inquest has been
adjourned till Monday. Another special
says several persons in the church were
so tightly wedged in by crowding to?
gether and by the pressure of the beams,
that the firemen had to pull hard to get
them out while the flames were licking
around them. One man's hands came
off as the wrist, one lost a legend another
a foot, the limbs having been burned
and Were unable to bear the strain.
The Rev. J. H. Eccleeon has been
elected Bishop of Iowa by the Episcopal
Convention, on the sixteenth ballot, by
? H; C. Mauher, who, three years ago,
defaulted as postmaster at Winona,
Mass., again defaulted, and was arrested
in Charleston, Missouri. '','..
The Government will sell $500,000 In
gold'on each Thursday in June.
2,500 persons perished iri'Asia Minor
by an earthquake..
St. Lot/ib, May 31. -The question on
the1 Wilson ease, sustaining the Louis?
ville Presbytery, was decided: Ayes, 3$;.
SwuworaiLD,, Mass., May 31.?Total
loss by the fire will reach $500,000; it
originated in a planing mill on Taylor
Rer West, May. 31.-A 'despatch to
the Navy Doparvneni announces oho
yellow fever death, bat ao o^he* canes
jffsw Yobs, May 31.-kardinal Mc
Cloakey was present at the dedication of
8t Bernard Church. Bishop McQuade,
of Rochester, preached the dedicatory
sermon. ' r>
The annual convention of the Board of
Delegates of the American Israelites as?
sembled yesterday afternoon, Judge J.
P. Ioachimson presiding. The Execu?
tive Committee reported favorably on
the condition of the Israelites in Pales?
tine and the state of the Jews in Rouma
nia. The following officers were elected
for the ensuing year: President, Hon. J.
P. Ioachimson; Vice-Presidents, Hon. S.
Wolf, of Washington; Isadore Bennin
er, of Philadelphia; Treasurer, Leopold
ambnrger, of New York.
. Cleveland, May 31.?A man, aged 59,
killed his mother-in-law, aged 80; weapon
an adze. .
The Presrjytcrian General Assembly I
adopted the overture, allowing churches |
to elect a temporary elder.
Yesterday's Market ReDorts.
New Yobx.?No general or cotton mar?
kets, on account of decoration day.
Baltimore. ?Flour dull?L 50<a,8.25.
Wheat dull and lower ?1.25r?U.43. Corn I
steady. Provisions dull but firm. Bacon |
firm?shoulders OJ. Lard?refined 15\
@15J. Coffee quiet and firm. Whiskey
small sales?1.20. Sugar in fair demand
at previous quotations.
Louisville. ?Flour quiet and un?
changed. Corn dull?70(5 73. Provi-|
sions dull, but better tone prevails.
Pork nominally 21.00. Bacon?shoul?
ders 01; clear rib 123; clear 13(o,13?
Jacked? Lard?steam 151; tieroe 15j(?; I
6; keg 16J. Whiskey 1.14 Bagging
Chicago.?Flour quiet and unchanged.
Pork in fair demand and advanccd
20-00. Lard in fair demand and higher I
?14.37".. Whiskey nominally 1.17.
St. Louts.?Flour dull; lower to sell;
only order trade. Corn firmer?mixed
62(?\63. Whiskey lower?1.17. Bacon
dull?9Jf?>9J shoulders; 12J(?)123 clear
rib; 13(?\13J clear. Lard nominal.
Cincinnati.?Flour dull and nominal.
Corn steady?70. Pork steady? sales at
20.2.". Lard steady. Bacon steady
shoulders 9.30; clear rib sides 121; clear|
London, May 31.?Settlement at the J
Stock Exchange resulted in only three ]
Pabis.?Bentea 64f. 50c.
Liverpool?3 P. M.?Cotton steady
middling uplands 7*; middling Orleans |
8fW>81; sales 12,000; speculation and ex?
port 2,000; basis middling uplands, no?
thing below good ordinary, deliverable
June or July, 7J; August 7 13-16; no?
thing below low middling, deliverable
Cabruth's Yaledictohy.?Carruth, the
Vineland, New Jersey, editor, who car?
ries a bullet in his bmin, deposited there
by the revolver of Mr. Land is, has writ?
ten his valedictory in his paper, (the In?
dependent.) and steps from tue editorial
chair with considerable playfulness, con?
sidering the fact that his danger must
vet be great, from the presence of the
bullet. He says: "Two months' con?
stant wrestle with a hostile bullet in our
brains has convinced us that we lack the
capacity to develop a lead mine and
publish an independent Vineland news?
paper at the same time. Our impaired
eyesight, shattered nerves and pulsating
brain admonishes us that for the coming
year we must not stray too far from the
hospital- TO our subscribers who. for
the past foUr years, have read the Inde?
pendent and paid for it, wo hereby ten?
der our acknowledgments. Those who 1
have taken the paper just to help
I along, never volunteering a dime or re?
cognizing a dun, we shall feel it our duty,
if we recover our health, to thank in per-1
1 son. We cannot omit to embrace this,
perhaps last, free opportunity to thank
j our editorial brethren, who* in their I
kindness of heart, have ilattcrcd
our abilities, extolled our virtues and
whitewashed our faults. The 'coyotes'.
I of the craft, who, taking advantage
I our helplessness, have attempted to re
, deem past cowardice by yelping over I
our grave, we can afford to forgive and j
forget." As has often*been demonstrat?
ed, an editor is endowed with that sin?
gular rotentiveness of the mortal coil so
frequently remarked in the domestic cat.
Carruth affords a fine instance of the |
I terrific grip the members of the journal?
istic guild have upon the continuity of j
their sojourn upon this terrestrial ball.
Whether it is a fear of the hereafter that
I makes them cling so desperately to life,
or a consciousness that without them
I mankind would be miserable, is a innttei
for the profession alone to determine.
Carruth's humor, however, has a grave?
yard snggestiveness about it that reminds
one of a sportive skeleton.
Botton's Rivals.?On Tuesday last,
number of New York business men an?
officers of life insurance companies, ac?
companied Captain J. B. Stoncr dow]
the bay, to test tho efficacy of his new life
saving suit. The inventor, with four]
companions, Miss Gayner, Mrs. Moore |
and her sister, a girl eleven years old,
and John Stratton, remained in the I
water for an hour, without being wearied |
or chilled, and tho experiment subse?
quently demonstrated the utility of the
invention. The suit is in three parts,
each of whioh, when used alone, will
prevent a person from sinking in water.
The part of the suit first put on is of In?
dia robber, and covers the person com?
pletely, leaving only the face and hands I
exposed. A weight of five pounds is at-1
taohed to eaoh ankle to keep the body
erect A jacket with twelve air tubes,
eaoh capable of keeping a person afloat,
is fastened around the body, with straps
Over the shoulders. A pillow is attached
to the shoulders, which, when uftateoj,
will support the'head, if the wearer de?
sires to rest by laying on his hack. A,
buoy whioh can be attached to the suit
by s rope, contains a flag, nag-staff and
rockets, besides having room for provi
I sions. ttffmam_ '
Tax &>*? OS Lead in Pencils.- The |
"lead" in lead pencils is not lead at all,
though it is called "black lead.!' The |
weight, if nothing else, tells yon that
It is a mineral* oalled graphite, (from the
Greek word to write,)and is more nearly
related to ooal than to leach You have
learned that both coal and the diamond
are forms of the element oerbon. Gra?
phite is still another shape in which
carbon is found?it usually contains a
very liUh*. iwn. Plumbago is another
name for It ? It cannot be melted, but at
every high heat w?l burn, The fine
\ kin da axe very scarce. ; i..-.r?,u . ? ?
The Bt?ar^?pr^a makes ^^errjhle.
outcry agaJtoSfkthe .ex^aftflhwto.aob
dien, because they did not flock to Chi?
cago to attend the r? -union of the Grand
Army of the Republic.' Perhaps ' lome
of them would have gone, if the Repub?
lican papers of Chicago, and notably the
Iitier~Oceav, had not been culling them
thieves, tniitors and scoundrels Up to
the very day of the re-union. . Such a
bidding to a feast, is not likefy to be ac?
The New York Ifa-altf has swindled
Cardinal MoCloskey out of $15,000. Not
long since somebody presented the Car?
dinal with a diamond cross, and the
public reoeived the assurance from the
press that it was worth $20,000. And
now the Herald, with u single stroke of
the pen, and with a decree of meanness,
wholly unparalleled in the history of
journalisrio depravity, knocks the value
of tho trinket down to the contemptible
sum of $5,000.
The other day, a Pcoria woman wantod
some lead to stop a hole in the wash
boiler, and set a copper revolver cart?
ridge ou the stove to melt the bullet.
She Bays she was just stooping ovor it to
see if it had melted when the earthquake
came along. Uer only consolation is
that when she grows old and has to wear
spcotacles, she will only need a pair with
one glass in them, as one of her eyes
went away with the earthquake to look
! for the transit.
According to Judge Porter, the Tilton
Bcocher jury is positively going to ren?
der a verdict which will ''gladden many
hearts and Bend an electric thrill of joy
throughout Christendom." He meant a
verdict of not guilty, but a considerable
portion of Christendom appears to be so
firmly convinced of Beecner's guilt, that
the "electric thrill" over a verdict of
acquittal will probably be a thrill of
In addition to the numerous curiosities
recently developed by the city of Brook?
lyn is a little boy, seven years of age,
who is a confirmed drunkard. He
already experiences the manipulations
of policemen and the odor of the station
house. But, then, when Boecher and
Tilton, reformers par excellence, linger
over bumpers of "Prank's Burgundy,"
what else can be expected of the youth of
Cardinal Manning has prevailed upon
the Pope to allow English historians to
search the private archives of the Vatican
for historical information. Hitherto
none but ecclesiastics have been allowed
to have access to these precious mann
scrip8, Protestants being hardly able to
see a single document they could name.
The newly-obtained privilege is ox
pectcd to yield some highly interesting
Col. Forcacre, General Manager of the
Virginia Midland Kail mad, reports the
steam lifter at Lynchburg in complete
and perfect operation. Palace cars
leaving New ^Orleans or Baltimore will
run through without change via Atlanta,
Knoxville, Bristol, Lynchburg and Vir?
ginia Midland?it being the commence?
ment of a permanent lino of through curs
between the Chesapeake Bay und Gulf
It is believed at Washington that De?
tective Selsor, who recently unearthed
the counterfeiters in West Virginia', has
been assassinated. He loft West Virginia
a few weeks ago with tho capturep plates
and dies to give them up to the Govern?
ment, since which time he has not "been
heard from. The friends of Jack Mullen,
th<| notorious counterfeiter, who vAis
arrested, it is supposed waylaid and
Pkath op Rev. W. W. Gwon.?By
special despatch from Meridian, Miss.,
under date May 21, the demise of the
above named divine was announced to
thu Cam den Baptist Church,-of which ho
wuf lute pastor. Mr. Gwinn died at the
house of A. Ragsdale, Meridian, Miss.,
after an illness of throe days, and was
buried during the afternoon of the 20lh
inst. Ho was a native of this State, and
had a great many friends.
The Rev. W. E. Copclund was en?
gaged at Philadelphia to take charge of
tho First Baptist Church in New Orlenns,
and was on his way thoro'when -nie Bal?
timore scandal occurred. The deacons
of the church reoeived a telogmm from
tho Baptist Publishing House, of Phila?
delphia, in answer to an inquiry, saying
that Warren and Copeland are one nna
tho same. Several women in that city
would like to know where he is.
Faithful Unto Death.?The fate of
Ampiinie Monier and her lover was n
strange event of the Holyoke fire. She
was the organist for tho evening, in the
absence of the regular one, and was cut
off from escape when the church was
burned. Her lover escaped, but finding
that she was still within, tried to rescue
her, was overcome by tho flames, and
perished with her.
An Armenian bishop and a Turkish
scribe, between whom there was enmity,
met at dinner at the house of u common
friend and quarreled. The scribe put
out the lights, and when other lights
were brought, tho bishop was dead.
They buried him, and are now inquiring
whether ho was murdered.
The tar levy of the State of New York
this year, is $3,600,000 loss than last In
1874 the rate was 7J mills, and realized
$15,727.000; this year the rate is 5J mills,
realising $12,314,000. While the aggre?
gate amount is six times as much in New
York as it is in this State, the rate of tax?
ation is about ons-third. *
The Greenville (N. CO Rtyitter reports
a young man in that County whp has
been married thrice before arriving at
the age of 21 years, and the jUgisler
wants to know if this man snoftra go on
marrying at this rate until he is three
sc ore-and-ten, how many mothefs-inrlaw
be will have.
I Austria complain., that, as the monks
and nuns driven out of North Germany
I take refuge for the most part in her do?
minions, she thus suffered a great ?*ed
I dition to the needy part of her popula
1 tion and to the enemies of her liberal in?
It is said that the Duchess of Manches?
ter has gambled away a fortune of $150,
000. If the English women aro running
in that line, Minister Schcnok didn't
give them that ixreet work of bin on draw
poker a moment too soon,
While Daniel Wsbster and George
Washington'.are constantly getting into
trouble and the station houses, Olives
Cromwell la quietly keeping a hotel in
the Stete of New York. I
. The principle, seems pretty well set
tied, that wh?n a rn4lTOnrloornp<aiT sells 'a
ticket, the person purchasing oan legally
claim a, seat. A person in Mew York
Bute was recently ejected from a palace
oar, in whioh he had taken a seat, be- j
cause he could tind none in any of the
'other, cttfs, He brought suit against the
company,' and the court awarded him
"O, gracious, no!" exclaimed Mrs. Mar?
rowfat to Mrs. Quoggs, raising her hands
and speuking in a very excited tone,
"she was so ill when her new bonnet
came home, that she couldn't get up:
hut, dear snakes! Jane, that didn't matter
nothing, tor she just put her hat on, and
lav with her head out of the window the
"Shall women," exclaimed Lucy
Stone, in a public lecture at Providence,
the other day, "leave their children at
home, and neglect them while they go
I to voter" Just at this point a little" in
1 fnnt, that had b?en quietly sleeping in
its mother's arms, awoke, and, in protest
I to some motherly correction, cried out
I It is said that "a woman of culture
skims over scandal like a bird, never
touching it with the tip of a wing."
This is not the case in Brooklyn, where
women of every sort hate for months
past been plunging heels upward into a
sea of scandal and floundering there
like a dolphin in the waves.
A few days ago, a colored boy was
burnt to death by the explosion of a
kerosene lamp at Groniteville. He was
passing* the table on which the lamp
stood, when it exploded and dashed the
burning oil all over him. He screamed
for assistance, but before it reached him
he was fatally burned.
Cortina, tho brigand Mayor of Mata
moras, is said to be organizing a gigan?
tic raid into Toxas. lie has defied his
own Government, and between the Tex
ons and President Lerdo's effort, it is
possible he may be extinguished, al?
though he has a large body of desperate
men under him.
Bbooxetx Epithets.?Mr. Everts says
that the East Biver Bridge, when finished,
should be 'loaded with a train full of
Brooklyn epithets, and if it will bear
that, it will bear anything. But will he
not give his colleague, Porter, a passage
on that train?
It is said that the bonds of the State
held by Messrs. Morton, Bliss & Co., of
New \ork,- as collateral security, were
sold at auction and brought 34j on the
dollar. These figures are an improve?
ment on prices realized at a former
If a colored thrological student in
Mississippi concludes his course of stu?
dies ana writes his first sermon without
being shot in the leg for fooling around
a hen-coop, he is considered a promising
CniXDBEN BlTBSrsn to Death.?Four
children, one an infant, of D. M. Chris
tain, at Versailles, Ohio, were burnt to
death last "Wednesday, by the explosion
of a can of kerosene, with which one of
them was endeavoring to.kindle a fire.
The experiment of summing across
tho English Channel w? accomplished
by Paul Boyton, with tJo aid of his life
saving apparatus. He Was in the water
about twenty-four hours.
Judge Cook has comjblied with the re?
quest of u number of citizens of Fi c kens,
Snd will hold no court in that County in
June. A special term may called here?
Mrs. Keen, of Springfield, declined to
allow her daughters to take part in a spell?
ing match, because she heard somebody
Bay that knotty words would be given
There is a young woman in Anoka,
Minn., who can't boast of sawing much
wood, but she got mad the other day,
picked up her large old mother and
pitched her out of a window.
A little girl, hearing her teacher spoken
of as a pains-taking woman, remarke thatd
the scholars were the "pains-takinest," ,
for they were whipped all around every
Mr. Charles Gray, a merchant of Ha?
milton, Out., who has been suffering
from brain disorder, committed suicide
by shooting himself through the head.
This year's Western grass-hoppers are
.viid to be so punny that they are dying
off rapidly. They don't seem to endure
over-eating like their sturdy progenitors.
A young immigrant in Northern Cali?
fornia writes back to warn others that the
girls there are all from Boston, ami that
stimulants are twenty-five cents a drink.
??This is a net gain," said a witty girl,
who found a valuable silk hair net hang?
ing to the fringe of her shawl, upon her
return home from an evening lecture.
We think it no more than right that
men should seize time by the forelock,
for tho rude old fellow, sooner or later,
pulls all their hair out.
A Cincinnati paper says that recently
in that city five women spent two long
hours in making a selection of one sim?
ple little straw hat.
The Saratoga ohap who married a girl
last summer, having fallen in love with
her beautiful complexion, says now that
it was a "skin game."
A gourmand who had made himself ill
by feasting on fish, said he embodied the
trio of the fiery furnace, thus?shad
rack, mo-sick and abed-we-go.
Lavinis Peak, a colored resident of
South Chester, Pa., died on Friday
morning, after a brief illness, in the
116th year of her age.
Since 1848, San Francisco papers claim
that $1,500,000 in gold and silver have
been poured into the world's commerce
from that port
Among the numerous appurtenances of
the Northern Pacific Railroad now offered
for sale is the small item of 60,000,000 of
acres of land.
Mrs. Gsskins, of Carte ret County, N.
iC, weighs 640 pounds, and one of her
stockings can hold a bushel of shelled
A stranger, named Wilcox, from Bri
tania, Conn., died in Greenville, a few
days ago, from consumption.
A colored woman, thought U> be 117
Jears old, died at New Hanover Court
louse, N. C, last week. (
The Laurons Railroad has been com?
pleted as far as Jalapa.
'Oh, my dear wife," said lobs Henry,
as hs paid the mil liner's hill.
Curious" that Uead' Bftetd don't smettY '
dead beets continue to be lively; and
dead head? won't be buried. ?'.'"' H.? ???"?.** i
Moving is not pleasant. It breaks up
old associations and the skin on your
What is it that a Poor man has and a
rich man wants? Nothing.
Singular?to see a garden wulk.
>7AA BUSHELS select SEED PEAS,
/ UV/ for sale by
J. A. HENDRIX & BED.
C10M FORT ABLE ROOMS in the build
) ing corner Lady and Main streets; j
COTTAGE containing eleven (11") rooms,
on Lady street, near Main; and desirable j
RESIDENCE, containing ten (10) rooms,
corner Williams and Plain streets.
Prices reasonable. Apply to
W. K. GREENFIELD.
NOTICE is hereby given that all
creditors of the estate of JAMES
N. JONES, deceased, arc hereby notified
to present their claims, duly attested, to
the-undersigned, on or beforo tho 20th
day of JUNE, 1875, or they will be bar
>d. CARRIE JONES. Adm'x.
For W. H. SLIGH, Agent.
?June 1 JO
Richland Rifle Club.
ATTEND the regular monthly
Company Drill of the Club,
THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, at ]
81 o'clock. Hereafter, no notice J
of the same will be published.
Jnnc 1 1 Secretary.
Palmetto Steam Fire Engine Company j
THE regular month?
ly meeting will be I
! tield THIS (Tuesday)
?E V E N I N G, at 81
'o'clock. By order:
T. P. PURSE,
Independent JStearo Fire Company..
S5 be held' in the
8 o'clock. By
order of I the
A. C. SQUIER, Seo'y.
cents per yahl?.
JONES, DAVIS i SOUENIGHTS,
Successors to R. C. Shiver A Co. '
In the District Court of the United I
States, for South Carolina.
In the matter of J. E. Gyles, of firm of |
Hope A Gyles, Bankrupts, of Colum?
bia.?Petition for Full aitd Final Dia
charge in Banfcrujtteu.
ORDERED, that a hearing be had on
tho 29th day df Juno, 1875, ot FedO-|
ral Court Ilouse in Charleston, S. .C.
and that all creditors, Ac, of said bank?
rupt appear at the said time an'd place,
. ? , ?.mi, V* II V
I the prayer of the petitioner should not ]
By order of the Court, the 28th dav of |
i May, 1875. DANIEL HORLBECK, *
I Clerk of the District Court of tho United
States, for South Carolina. June 1 tut
CHER6KEE SPR INOS,"
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and Tonic: Climate dry,
bracing nnd healthful.
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Miller. A. Palmer, Col. Jos. Dnniel
Pope. Prof. L. Plato and S. J. Perry.
WILL OPEN JUNE 13.
frif-HACKS meet visitors ? -
at Spartaitburg C. II. .^jggg,
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June 1 lmo Resident Manager.
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