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BERLIN, August 14 -By order of the
Germon authorities, the Jesuit establish
ment ut Alance has been closed.
PARIS, \ug.?at 14.-Thiers will arrive
here to-dto irom Trouville, and will pre?
side at a Gabiuet council this eveniug.
CHARLESTON, August 14.-Arrived
steamships Manhattan, New York; Sea
FITTSHURG, August 14.-A despatoh
states that tho failure of Fisher Brothers
CHUSOS great excitement in oil circles
there. Their liabilities are believed to
be over $1,000,000, but they ask time to
make everything good.
HAVANA, August 10, VIA KEY WEST,
August 14.-Brig. Gen. Morales Rios
goes to Santiago de Cuba, and Gen.
Riguelme, commander of the depart?
ment, takes the held, ana assumes obief
command of the Eastern and Central
Departments. Communication by rail?
road between Nuevitas and Puerto Prin?
cipe is interrupted.
ASHLAND, PA., August 14.-3 o'clock
this morning, ?ix men, returning from
Gowell and Audeuriud Mines, near Cen?
tralia, where they hod been engaged in
repairing the works, were fired upon bj
a party of Molly Maguires, secreted ic
the woods, aud . George W. Davis, Johc
P. Webster aud Alfred Bungo were badlj
wounded; Davis, it is supposed, fatal'y
The med had been at work contrary tc
the orders of the Molly Maguires. Th<
assassins are still at large.
MONTREAL, August 13.-The Spanist
Vice-Consul' at this plaoe was yesterday
put io possession of information whiol
led to the discovery of a wide-Bpreac
organization in this country for the en
liBtment of volunteers for the r?volu
tionary army in Cuba. The sohemi
contemplated the enlistment of men ii
the principal oitieB of the dominion, ant
concentrating them at some plaoe on tb
Bay of Fundy. A vessel had been char
tered to be in attendance at the rendez
vous some time next month, and was t
have taken her cargo out to meet
Cuban cruiser at a point further South
where they would have been transhipped
A large number of recruits have bee:
made in Montreal, St. John and Halifai
and it will now require great energy an
watchfulness on the part of the dom:
nion authorities to prevent the carryin
out of the undertaking.
CLEVELAND, August 14.-Annie Wat
son, of Pittsburg, won a $10,000 tro
Time, 2 36^, 2 35, 2.37^.
LOUISVILLE, August 14.-At 1
O'olook, last night, during a sever
storm, Che walla of a new unfiuishe
building, owned by S. P. Suit & Co
opposite the Galt House, were blow
down, with a fearful crush. The wall
whioh were seventy-two feet high ubot
the ground, fell East, on the adjoinic
two-story brick residence of Mr. Jordn
-Giles, entirely destroying tho buildic
and its contents. The loss by the soc
dent is estimated at $00,000. A smc
building on the West Bide was al:
crashed. No person was injured.
NEW YORK, August 14.-A Green
boro, N- C., despatch says that Ji
Johnson, the ice oream poisoner, h
been indicted and jailed. Several of tl
persons poisoned are yet in great da
ger, one or two of their lives being d
spaired of. The excitement there h
European mail advices report t!
death of M. Kaiser, the c?l?br?t
astronomer and Professor at the Univ?
sity of Leyden.
M. Beck, General of the order of J
suits, has convoked an assembly of J
snits at Rome, to consider the project
changing the name and dress of t
Jesuits expelled from Prussia, making
many as possible to enter into the ord?
still suffered there.
Three of the victims to yellow fei
on the Numanoia were yesterday int
red in the quarantine cemetery. Str
health regulations are exercised in ref
enoa to the pest, and it is not apprebei
ed that the scourge will visit Stat
Island, within a mile of which tho ri
COBBY, PA., August 14.-H. Donne]
of Duukirk, N. Y., was murdered, t
morning, in the lockup in this city,
James Nevills, an insane man, whom
was conveying to the asylum. His h<
was chopped off with an old axe.
DOVER, DEL., August 14.-The Dec
oratio Convention formed an eleotc
ticket for Delaware, aud nomina
Cuatis W. Wright for Congress. 1
Convention took no action regard
The grinding mill at Dupont's pow
works exploded, killing one.
NEW YORK, August 14-Evening
The thermometer ranged from 100
106-tho highest point this season.
WASHINGTON, August 14-Evening
They don't know at the White Ho
when Grant is coming.
Captain Alexander Gibson, of
navy, died at Pensacola, to-day.
Colonel Whitely, who was sent
Albany on a mission of morey, is he \
worked up the Adkins murder, at
Iambus, Ga., some years ago. '.
papers comment severely upon sue
selection for such a purpose.
The Baltimore American says: "
report is no doubt perfectly truth
but tbe partisan press of the cont
will not so recognize it. It is to be
gretted that the President did not ni
a commission composed of three hon
ble gentlemen, in whom the peopli
the United States have entire confide:
One of the commissioners should I
been a Demoorat, another a Repnbl
and the third a Liberal Republi*
They should have quietly prooeedei
Albany, with a phonographer, and
amined euoh prisoner separately, jue
Coi Whitely did, and from their ans'
to Mi6 questions propounded, the re
should have been framed."
The Gazette nays: "The report is
dently gotten ap as apolitical docum
for oampaign use. The statements
fained from tboso unfortunate prisoi
iu the hope of obtaining release, are EB
ut'erly worthless and unreliable as those
put forward, upon his own responsibility,
by a per on of Whitely 'a well-kuown aud
Probabilities-Ooutiuued low pres?
sure, Southerly and Westerly wiuds,
with threatening weather and occasional
rain areas, on the lower lakes, and tbcnce
i E istwardly over the Middle and Eastern
States. Variable Southerly and East?
erly wiuds on tbe South Atlautio, with
partly oloudy weather. Palling baro?
meter, threatening weather, with rain
and light Northerly and Easterly winds,
on, tho Gulf, and oooler weather from
Minnesota to Michigan and Southward
to Tenuesaee, with Northerly winds.
BALTIMORE, August 14.-Late yester?
day uf ter noon, Mace was again arrested
on a bench warrant from tbe criminal
court, as was also Joe Coburn. At tho
investigation, Mr. Pinckney, Deputy |
State's Attorney, charged Mace and
Joseph Coburn with entering iuto a con?
spiracy, in a fight, uud thus violate the
pence and the Jaws of the adjoining State
of Virginia. Upon this charge, which
secmod to take tho pugilists greatly by
surprise, the accused were held in $2,000 I
bail, to await the action of the grand
jury. A similar warrant was issued for
O'Baldwin and bis trainer, who were ar?
rested this morning, und gave the re?
quired bail. A largu number of roughs
from New York, Philadelphia, and other
cities, are here, and a number are now
going down the street to the wharves of
the steamers, which leave for tho fight?
ing grounds this afternoon. Tbe fight
will probubly come off to-morrow morn?
LONDON, August 14-Noon.-Consols
92 ??. Bonds 92}?.
LIVERPOOL. August 14-3 P. M.-Cot?
ton opened firm-uplands 978'; Orleans
10)?@10>?; sales 15,000 bales; specula?
tion and export 3,000.
LIVERPOOL, August 14-Evening.
I Cotton closed strong-uplands 9%(a?10;
I Orleans 10 ??.
NEW YORK, Auguet 14-Noon.-Cotton
quiet and firm; sales 1,217 bales-np
I landa 21%; Orleans 22}Flour steady,
j Wheat quiet. Corn steady. Pork dull
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steam 8}o @9.'.j. Freights quiet. Stocks
dull. Gold weak, at 14%. Money easy,
at 2. Exchange-long 8%; short 9)0.
Governments heavy and dull. State
7 P. M.-Cotton quiet; sales 1.144
balea-uplands 21%; Orleans 22} ii.
Flour quiet sud unchanged. Whiskey
92>j@93. t Wheat 2@3c. lower-winter
irregular; winter red Western firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cora quiet and a shade easier, dosing
steady. Rice 8l?@9?4\ Pork dull, at
13.62? 13 75. L*rd quiet. Freights
quiet. Money 2(a)3. Sterling lower, at
8>?@8%. Gold 14*?@14%. Govern?
ments }6@}ia. lower. States quiet but
steady. Sales of futures to-day, 7,900
bales: August 20>.<; September 205 16,
207 16; October 19}.^. 19^; November
18%, 18J8; December 18 9 16, 18%; Ja?
nuary 18??, 18%-old contract.
CINCINNATI, August 14.-Flour only in
limited jobbing demand-old email@example.com;
new firstname.lastname@example.org. .Corn steady, at 45f$
46. Pork steady-sales of over 1,009
barrels, in lots, ut 13.00. Lard in de?
mand, holders firm und offerings light
sommer wanted at 8; steam 8J.?; kettle
8%. Bacon in good demand-shoulders.
7}? asked; olear rib sides 9}?, on spot;
olear sides 9%; sales at 9}?, loose.
Whiskey unsettled, at 89@90.
ST. LOUIS, August 14.-Flour firmer,
but not quotably higher. Corn dull and
unohanged-No. 2, mixed, 37. Whis?
key steady, at 90. Pork dull-small
lots at 13.37>?@13.50. Bacon firm
shoulders 7^; clear rib sides 9%; clear)
aides 10. Lard quiet.
LOUISVILLE, August 14.-Tobacco un- I
changed; sales 77 hogsheads. Flour in
fair demand-extra family email@example.com.
Corn-shelled, sacked, 60. Pork 13.00
@13.25. Bacon firmer-shoulders 7^@
j 7%; clear rib sides 9%; clear sides 10}^,
packed. Lard firmer, at 9)^(n)10}^; or
! der lots }^o. higher. Whiskey irregular,
BALTIMORE, August 14.-Flour nn
jobanged. Wheat dull and declined 5c.
Corn quiet and nncbacged. Oats aotive
-Southern 44@45. Rye firm and
scarce, at 72@75. Provisions strong
and unchanged. Whiskey firm, at 94(?j
91}?. Cotton quiet-middling 21%; re?
ceipts 194 bales; sales 185; stock 1,090.
AUGUSTA, August 14.-Cotton dull and
nominal-middling 19; receipts 1 bale;
sal es 13.
NORFOLK, August 14.-Cotton quiet
low middling 20; receipts 85 bales; stock
GALVESTON, August 14.-Cotton nomi?
nal-good ordinary 19)?@20; receipts
280 bulee; sales 170; stook 1,038.
SAVANNAH, August 14.-Cotton quiet
and in light demand-middling 20; re?
ceipts 10 bales; sales 10; stock 992.
WILMINGTON, August 14. -Cotton quiet
-middling 20>?; stock 298.
PHILADELPHIA, August 14.-Cotton
BOSTON, August 14.-Cotton strong
and holders firm-middling 22} <; re?
ceipts 116 bales; sales 800; stook 750.
NEW ORL?ANS, August 14 -Cotton no?
minal-low middling 19>4@19}?; re?
ceipts 780 bales; salas 142; stock 6,812.
CHARLESTON, August 14.-Cotton
quiet-middling 19)4; recaiptB 28 bales;
sal OB 50; stook 3,982.
Senator ?Sumner causes letters to be
published wbioh show that Fred. Doug?
las was aggrieved by tho President not
inviting him to dino with the other San?
to Domingo Commissioners.
At a funeral of a littlechild in Hudson,
N. Y., the other day, tho cbrpso was
drawn to tho gravo in the baby-cart in
which it hud ridden when alive.
Them were 35 deaths in Charleston
for thc week, ending tho 10th instant
whites 9; colored 26.
Senator Trumbull says Grant's admin?
istration nqnanders enough every yeur
to give $1,000 to every mun in Indiana.
The Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel |
Bays: Gea. E. P. Alexander has beeu
elected tu the obair of Military Soierce
and Mechanics in the University of
Georgia-a position which his talents
and attainments will adorn. It is grati?
fying that such capable and true South?
ern men are being selected to aid in the
elucation of Southern youth.
It appears that China refuses to sui
render to Russia certain subjects of the
Czar whom she has mad \ prisoners, aud
that, in consequence, rumors gain
ground that an ultimatum is being pre?
pared by the Russian Government de?
claring war against Chi cm unless these
oaptivesbe given up.
A Raleigh correspondent of the Rich?
mond Dispatch, telegraphing under date
of the Kith, says that so many evideuces
of fraud will accumulate by November,
- that a contest of the election will ho un?
necessary, as the Legislature cannot de?
clare Caldwell and his ticket elected, 1
under such circumstances.
Thieu opera singers, well known in
Italy, were lost by the recent sinking of
the steamer Guoruria, within sight of the
port of Marseilles, namely, Mesdames
Adele Ruggiero, Rosa uud Marietta
Tl . Chicago Times maliciously com?
ments ou the fact that Colfax bad to in?
troduce Wilson to the crowd at South
Bend. It says that is tho way Colfax
takes his crow.
Capt. John S. Fairly has turned over
to the managers of the Charles on Con?
federate Home $500, contributed by hi*
mercantile friends in New York to the.
educational department of tho "Home."
Forney has gone to the Pacific ooast
for a two months' trip, us au exhibition
of the interest he feels in the Pennsyl?
At Tu8cumbiu, recently, a Greeley
man was drowned by a gaug of Grant
North Carolina has settled the chair?
man of the Philadelphia Convention.
November will settle the nominee.
Chafes Brown and Silas Sweeney,
both odored, were accidentally killed iu
Marion Comity last week.
A cow oase which cost nearly $1,500,
has just been decided before Trial Jus?
tice Mackey, in Charleston.
Wanted to Hire.
A SMALL HOUSE, or & sufficient
H?j3| uninber of KOOUIB for tho accommoda
JulL.'ion of a small family. Apply at this
Omen._Aug 15 3t
JUST received from Shelby, N.
C., a Hue lot of GRAPES, i i
Aug 15 S Main street.
AFIRST CLASS BOOK-KEEPER. Nono
ueud apply who have not capacity, expo
I riuuco and good reference. A liberal salary
paid. L?RICK A LOWRANCE. '
Aug 15_0_ I
M FORTY-SAW COTTON GIN, with CON
L DENSER, manufactured hy Uoraco L.
Emory, as good as new, having been only
need a few weeks. Will bo Bold at a sacrifice,
by JOHN AGNEW A RON.
OFFICE BOARD HEALTH.
COLUMBIA, August 13, 1872.
1) Y resolution of the Hoard, all owners of
JL? vacant lots within the city limits ure
hereby notified to have all tho woods UDon
said lota immediately cut dowu and removed
therefrom, BO as to prevent sickuesa within
the city. The ordinauce relating to nuisances
will be strictly enforced.
By order of tho Board.
TAOS. P. WALKER, Acting Clerk.
Aug 15_ _4
An Excursion Train
FOR COLORED PERSONS will run from
Charlotte to Colnmuia, and on to Augus?
ta, on FRIDAY, August 1G, and return on
TUESDAY, August 20, as follows: Leavo
Charlotte 7 A. M.; leave Columbia 2 25 P. M.;
arrive at Augusta 8 P. M. Returning, leave
August* 8 20 A. M.; leavo Columbia 2.15 P.
TS..; arrive at Charlotte 8 18 P. M. Fare from
Columbia to Augusta, aud return, on this
train $2 50. Tickets may bo had either from
Agent or Conductor. Jeff. Luke's oxenrsion
rune from Augusta to Charlotte on Saturday,
the 17th, and returns on Monday, tho 19th.
Tickets by the one train not good on the othor.
Aug 14 3 E. P. ALEXANDER. Snp't.
University ot Virginia, Charlottesville.
THE session commences on OCTOBER 1.
The institution embracen an Academic
Department, and Departments of law, Medi?
oin?, Engineering and Agriculture. For cata?
logues, apply to WM. WERl'ENBAKER, Sec?
retary o? tho Faculty, P. O. University of Va.
CHA8. 8. VENABLE,
Aug 13 tuthfl Chairman of the Faculty.
Office Auditor Richland County.
TB 18 Oftioo will continue open for RE?
TURNS OF PROPERTY until tho 20th of
August; after that dato, 50 per cent, penalty
will attach for non-compliance with this no?
tice. M. J. CALNAN,
Aug 1 Auditor Richland County.
fa A CAR LOAD of annice Saddle and
^HfJ?[ Harness HOUSES, to bo BOOH ?it Chan.
AUK 4 W. M. Si J. M. TALBOT?.
PERSONS who lort WATCHES in my care
years ago to ho ropairod, will please call
tor tho same, givo description, state time
when left, pay charges and take them away.
If not called for within ninety days from this
dato, I will sell thom to pay costs.
Juno 23m'.h _G. DIERCKS.
Ifesfts?ffi^. THE undersigned have pul on
aSBaaHttho line between Walhalla, S.O.,
ami mu eua ut tho track or the Air-Lino Rail?
road, in Georgia, ft-ut class COACHES and
GOOD TEAMS. Ti ?-weekly trips will be
maje, with closo connections.
THOMPSON Sz STEELE.
WALHALLA, S. C., July 20, J872.
?rrretary Carriox? to Gnv. Scott and
Treasurer Pat Ui r.
STATE OF SOUTH (JAHOMNA,
OFFICE SEOUETAKY OF STATE,
I CoiiUMuiA, S.O.. Aug. 14, 1872.
I 2b His Excellency li. IC. Scull, docer nor
of South Carolina, and lion. Niles (J.
Par leer, State Treasurer.
Silts: I have carefully read your replies
to nay letter to my attorneys, which ap?
peared iu thcPflOiNix. of Friday, tho 9th
inst., aud will now uuswur them. I will
ii r.Ht notice what you ure pleased to term
"tho evil spirit which prompted the pub?
lication" of my letter. I deemed it a
publio duty, though exceedingly painful
and unpleasant, to give my attorneys and
the public all the information iu my pos
session, to prevent, if possible, the fur?
ther issue of bouds, and thereby increase
the debt of tho State. My only regret
is that I was uot in a position to make
these facts public two years earlier. I
have no doubt, whatever, that it in quite
impossible lot either of you to understand
bow any person oau bo influenced by a
sense of public duly. That tho publio
may more clearly understand our re?
spective duties in regard to tho bouds, I
will statu thal, by the laws of this S'nte,
three officer? arc required to prepare
bonds. The Governor aigus, tho Trea?
surer countersigns, aud tb? Secretary ol
State seuls. This duty is purely ministe?
rial. After they ere thus prepared, tht
Fiuuucial Board (composed of the Go?
vernor, tho Treasurer aud tho Attorney
General,) take possession of tho bondi
and sell or hypothecate them, and ordei
the disbursement of tho moneys arising
from such sales or hypothecations. I
will be at once observed that my daty, ai
Secretary of Stute, is simply ministerial
I am concerned iu the preparation q
bonds only, and have nothing whuteve
to do wita thu sales or moneys resultinj
The Governor and Treasurer have stu
diously, meanly and with a audici?n
cowardice, characteristic of them, endea
vored to implicate me iu the responsibility
which attaches lo them aa individuals um
members of the Financial Board exclu
sively, for the issue and sales of boudt
This is evident trom the whole tenor c
both of their letters. A more detuile
account of the manner and the circuir,
stance* under which the "sterling loa
bonds" were sealed, will fully illustr?t
und explaiu this.
The Goveruor, the Treasurer aud mj
self bad resolved to prepare tho "sterliu
loau bouds." Tho Treasurer informe
mc thut his Excellency had authorize
his name to be printed on the bonds i
Now York, and that be himself (tb
Treasurer) required to go to New Yuri
and would be absent all Slimmer. ( L'l
reason of his absuuee can be seen L
reference to pages 514 und 515 of tl
"Reports and Resolutions," 1871-7:
where it will be noticed that ?201,81G.(
had been loaned to the Blue Ridge Rai
road, und ?203,090 used to redeem o
bonds, not only without authority of lui
butin positive violation thereof, luasniut
us this money bad beeu appropriated I
the Lunatic Asylum, the Deaf und Dun
Asylum, the schools, tbe peuitentiar
und tho salaries of officers, uud bo d tr
not remain uud withstand the indigna
remonstrances of those men whoso rigl
ful moneys bud boou thus diverted
use bis Excellency's mild term. No wu
der, then, that it became necessary
levy two taxes for one fiscal year-a
Stut., vol. 14, p. 705, and 15, p. 293-t
one to meet the regular appropriatiot
tho other to cover up their irregular a
unwarranted expenditures!) But to !
turn to the subject. I myself was abse
from Columbia that summer, havi
taken up my residence on Sullivai
Island, for the benefit of my family,
told the Treasurer, however, that I wot
authorize my clerk to seal thu bonds I
fore I leave, and that his derk could i
liver them to mine when they cac
They were so delivered, generally in I
afternoon, after the arrival of the Nor
ern truin. They were sealed by :
clerk ut his house, it being after oil
hours, and because they were required
bo returned immediately to thu Tren
rer's clerk, thut they might be sent bi
to New York by the next mail. If th
is anything surreptitious in that, it is
first time that I have heard so ruben!
and nonsensical u charge.
What were tho reasons that indu
his Excellency to send the Comptrol
General to New York to obtain posi
sion of these bouds, is certainly m
than I know. He, doubtless, posses
some of that peculiar information,
fcrrcd to in my last lotter, as tho al
lute and exclusive prerogative of
Finanoial Board. Nor oau I see vt
relevancy that statement has to me
my action. I fear that his Excelle
slyly took advantage of that ebano
attempting to elevate himself in tho i
of tho public, by parading his usual F
wickian policy of letter-writing, ostr
like, burying his head in tho saud,
mindful of his protruding body-a pc
which deceives nobody who knows t
especially tho bunters on his trail.
I will now notice what voa say al
my taking the seal to New York.
May, 1871, immediately aftor tho
jouromont of tho Tax-payers' Con
tion, the Financial Agcut requested
iu the presence of the Attorney Get
and several others, to seal the stet
loan bonds in New York, as your E:
lenoy's came was to bo printed ou t
there, by your special order, and
Parker, for tho reasons before stu
was to sign them there. Tho pro]
tion seemed to mc as exceedingly i
propriate, aud I promptly deuliuei
do so, but not before asking thc A
ney-Geuernl if such a thing were I
to which ho replied that there wat
thing illegal iu it, and thc propriety i
must bu judged by tho circumstai
I thought and still think that his E
lency was present. He says ho was
Wo will concede this point to bim, <
cially ns it does not make u partie
dilfcreuco, as will bo secu hereafte
insisted that thc sterling loan b
should be sent to me here, und
were seut uud sealed herc.
IQ Outober, five months after, when
thu Treasurer entreated me to seal a Bmall
amount of bonds, in order to nave a vory
large amount that would otherwise be
sacrificed, I yielded conditionally, viz:
that I would eeo and judge for myself of
the emergency. I therefore took the
seal with mo to New York, having, as I
said before, the verbal opinion of the
Attoruer-General that it was not illegal,
aud whom I did not have time to obtain
a writteu opinion from, and feeling it
entirely un necessary to do SO, for in ull
my officiul and personal communications
with the Attorney-General, I have always
found him a geutlemau of the strictest
When I went to New York, I stopped ,
at the same hotel with bin Excellency,
in order to better observe the situation,
aud govern myself accordingly. On this
occasiou, I had determined not to seal
be/ore his Excellency had agreed to sign,
though neither law nor custom required
mu to do so; it was simply a matter of
convenience, notwithstanding his Excel?
lency's studied attempt to make it up
I do uot desire lo enter into a detuiled
account of what I saw in Now York, and
I hope it will not bo necessary. Suffice
it to say, that after refusing for more
thau a week to sign the bonds required,
und swearing, by all that was supernal
and infernal, that if he signed them, he
would do it only with his kerri's blood,
his Excellency sat doini one morning,
after a protracted iuterview with the
Financial Agent, and signed them in
good bbick ink. After bis Excellency
bad signed them, I took up the bottle
of ink, and asked him if that was bi:
"heart's blood." He said, with a smile
"that was childlike and bland, " that hf
had further "light" on the subject. Nc
After bis Excellency had agreed tc
sign, I resolved to seal. I then told bil
Excellency that I had the seal with mi
and had resolved to seal. He said tba
ha waa surprised; if he were, it certainly
was not visible. He also says that le
severely reprimanded me for bringin|
the seal to New York. This is false
Conscious, from experience, that bis Ex
cellency has one of those peculiarly for
getful memories, that are very conveni
eut lo their possessors, when they desir
to extricate themselves from a difficul
position, I did not content myself wit
his verbal assurances, as in the case c
the Attorney-General, but required hir
to write a letter authorizing me to prc
duce thu seal before I would use it, an
ho wrote tho letter which he acknov
Whatever responsibility attaobes t
taking my seal to New York / am read
to bear, feeling justified by the circuu
stances as represented But his Exeu
louey must manfully bear his also, an
uot try to shirk it; tor I placed it iu h
power to prevent it, if ho would not fin
give me tho required letter referred ti
The faut of the matter is, his Excellent
shows both tho weakness of his defect
and the narrowness of his owu mind I
trying to ovadu tho real point al issu
Thu question is not who prepared tl
bonds, whether he signed before I seale
or rice versa, but what was done wi
thom after they were thus prepared?
his Excellency condescends to "rise
explain" to the public, I apprehend th
would be much more satisfied with
minute and detuiled account of the ma
ncr in which the bonds were dispos
of aud the various uses to which tl
moneys have been applied. Such pai
fully interesting items, for instance,
these: By what authority of law caa
he, as Chairman of the Financial Boar
aud Mr. Parker, as a member and Tn
surer, take the tuxes or the proceeds
the sales of bonds and loud them to t
Blue Ridge Railroad Company, redet
old bonds, ns above referred to, and i
commodato their friends and charge it
Hts Excellency states that there
$500,000 of bonds in the hands of t
American Bank Note Company, wbi
were returned to thom last November
be canceled, aud that they have be
sealed. It may be so, but I don't I
lieve it. But if Healed, they were sea
before that time; but I will give my r
sons fur doubting the statement. Tl
can't be "sterling loan bonds," for tl
were all canceled. They can't be "ci
version bonds," for if they were,
would have much rather bad th
brought back here than take me i
court. They can't be any other kine!
boods, for they have all been sold or I
foiled long since, the Treasurer tells i
I remember distinctly that there w
82,000,000 of bonds for the funding
thu interest sealed; $1,000,000 were ?
scaled, and then they were declared
be a mis print; aud a second million ]
pared to substitute them and sent
ward, but only a half million was
turned, and the other half million
declared to be hypothecated and un
tainablo, and I suppose they have b
sold long ago. Then was the consti
tiou iuveuted that these laws did
mean that a certain amount of bc
should be issued, but that a cer
amount of money should be raised or
indefinite amount of bonds. This (
struction may be correct according
the letter, but certainly not accon
to their spirit and the true inteut of
The refcrenco in the last paragrap
his Exceileuoy's lotter to those who
now endeavoring to reform and pi
the party, asserting that they are ll
selves venal aud responsible for thi
version of money, carries its owu i
talion with it, so far as tho stater
applies to me; for if there were any
facts, his Excellency would curt?
produce them. Wu could trust tc
malicious ingenuity and nuxiety ti
volvo everybody else in his own
retribution, to produce any facts :
thc Treasurer's hooks to provo his u
With regard to "?lr. Parker's letl
have but one word to say. Its reaso
is too ridiculous to require serious c
deration, and its assertions ure pal
falsehoods. Where he questions my ve?
racity, I leave it simply to the puople of
South Carolina to judge between ns.
I would say, aa an act of simple justice
to the Governor, that be has resisted tho
siguiug of bonds-all he teas able, per?
haps. (?) I have seen him rave, stcear
and threaten lo shoot somebody, and then
cry, sud then sign.
In conclusion, I would say to both of
these gentlemen, in tho language of the
"Plot on thy little hour, and bkoiu
On skein weave tho vain meshes
Upon which thy subtle suuls
Brood on their venom;
Lol before, behind, around thee,
Like au armament of cloud,
Tho black fate labors onward
I have tho honor to be, verv respect?
fully, &c, F. L. CARD?ZO,
Seoroiury of State S. C.
U.S. COURT HOU8E AND P08T OFFICE,
OFFICE OP ISUPERIKTENDENT.
COLUMBIA, t?. C., August 9,1872.
ON SATURDAY, tho 17th instant, I will
cell, at the yard of the United States
Court tlouso and Post Office, in this city, the
following propcrtv, in lots as they stand:
About 50,000 BBICK8,
About-cubic yards GranitelSpawls.
Tho Suawla are suitable Tor Railroad Bridge
Terms-Caeh in United Statea currency;
purchase money to be paid before property
can be removed. G. T. BERG,
August ll G_ Superintendent..
nnHE subscriber bas in hand, for sale, a
X large amount of valuable REAL ESTATE,
consisting of Plantations, Farms, Woodlands
Improved and unimproved. CITY LOTS.
Especial attention is called to that elegant
and commodious residence known as the El?
more House. This realdence ia situated on a
lot of six acres, handsomely improved, in a'
healthy location, and can be bought on easy
Several eligible BUSINESS LOTS, on Rich?
ardson street. J. W. PARKER,
Real Estate Br ok or,
Aug ll Imo_Columbia, S. C._
Desirable Real Estate for Bale, in and
near the City of Greenville.
IOFFER at private aale the very desirable
PLANTATION and RESIDENCE of the
lalo WM. BATE?, deceased, located on tho
RIVER and on the BUNCOMBE BOAD, about
two milos above the oityandin eight of it,
and within one mile of tho AI lt-Ll NE RAIL?
Tho tract of land eon tai ns about 220 ACRES,
about 40 ACRES of which is very auperior
RIVER and CREEK bottom, admirably adapt?
ed to tho growth of both grain and the
?raases. The uplanda are very auperior red
clay soil, and a part of them in native forest,
and ia equal to the boat in tho up-country.
The dwelling on tho premises ia very aupe?
rior, is conveniently constructed and in good
repair. The out-buildings are all in good re?
pair, and plenty of them. The well of water
in tbo yard is equal to tho beat mountain
water. Tho front fence (plank) ia new; the
yard andJgardon funco (picket) baa just been
completed and painted; making it altogether
oueof tho most deairablo placeB for sale in
thia section, or likely to bo soon again.
I also offer for aale a very desirable two
story HOUSE au I LOT, (two acres,) on Bun
combo street, in the city, oue mile from tho
public t quart;. 1
Also, several very desirable BUILDING
LO TS, on Augusta streut, one mile from the
oublie nquare and near Furmau University.
_ Aug ll 4_H. P. HAMMKTT.
pr f\f\ BUSHELS Rust Proof RED OATS,
uUU for aale at $1.50 per bushel, sacked
and delivered at Ninety-Bix Depot, Greenville
and Columbia Railroad'. Apply to
JAMES H. RICE, Ninety-sir, S. C.
BEFEBXNCES.-Dr. W. L. Anderson. Maj. R.
A. Griffin._Aug 7 1 m of
Notice to Teachers.
APRINCIPAL of the Columbus (Miaa.)
Female Institute will be elected on the
19tb of August. Applications are invited. A
com potent Instructor, with nome capital and
the proper energy, may find it to hm interest
to secure the place. The Institution bas
been in operation twenty-five years, and
offdrs many advantages as to buildings, loca?
tion, health, Ac. Address
DB. W. W. HUMPHRIES,
President Board Trueteea,
Aug 6 12 Columbus, Miaa.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
CHARLESTON. S. C.,
OFFER for sale
low for cash, or ap
_f proved paper,
1,000 rolla heavy domestic BAGGING,
100 balea Gunny BAGGING,
10,000 bundlea COTTON TIE8,
500 baga Bio, Java and Laguayra COF?
400 barrels refined SUGAR.
25 hogsheads Dsmevara 8UOAR,
15 hogsheads Porto Rico iSUGAR.
200 hogsheads reboiled MOLASSES,
1 000 kegs, assorted, NAIL8.
500 boxea Ad eau tine CANDLES,
1,000 aacka SALT,
100 hogsheads C. R. and Dry Salt Bacon
100 barrels Leaf LARD,
500 b?rrela FLOUR-Family, Extra and
Orange Rifle POWDER, SHOT, LEAD,
STARCH, SOAPS. Ao._July 26 ftn 2mo _
Lumber at Reduced Prices.
THE undersigned are prepared to saw
LUMBER t?t any dimensions, up to twen?
ty-two inches wide, or thick, and forty-eight
feet long. We prefer to work at low prices
rather titan do nothing at hi ir h figures. If
yon would aavo money, nogotiate with us at
Loenville, Charlotte, Colombia and Augusta/
Bnilroad. South Carolina.
July 17 wl3_ RODIE & M ITC n ELL.
Registration of South Carolina Bonds.
IN accordance with tho provisior a of the
tenth Bection o? the Act of the Genoral
Assembly, approved March 13, 1872, tho Caro?
lina National bank of Columbia, South Caro?
lina, is now roady to regiater the outetanding
BONDS, COUt'ONS and CERTIFICATES OF
STOCK of tho State of South Carolina, upon
pr?sent?t inn. Bouda may bo sent by expresa
ami will be returned aa directed. The charge
for registration will be fl for each bond or
piece of atock. Tho registration will be under
tho ch argo of Dr. J. W. PARKER, vice-Pre?
sident ot tho Bank, whoso official signature
will certifv to tho registration.
The Now York Stouk Exchange has rescind?
ed its order requiring South Carolina honda
to bo reciatereti at the Commercial Warehouse
Uompiinv,in New York, to bo "good delivery"
after September 1. L. D. CHILDS,
July 25 tl>4 President.
Mb| 20 FINE LARGE MULES, and 3
han ? horne WAGONS, with tl sets of
-? TV "rwwl HA ll!.'ESS.
Augusto CHAS. LOGAN.