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BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1872. VOL. VIII-NO. 16&.
THB REPUBLICANS IN SPAIITANBCURQ .
After tbe County Oonvention for the
nomination of Radical office holders, at
Spartanburg, on Monday lust, had ad?
journed, there was a mass mooting, to
hear speeohes by District, Attorney Cor?
bin and Judge Melton. Tho Carolina
Spartan furnishes the following report:
Mr. Corbin made a characteristic
Bpeeob, not complimentary to the large
nnmbur of whites present, but bristling
in facts and figures. His language waa
terse und to the point; he proved a good
lawyer, bat not much of a rhetorician.
The facts which he gavo he asserted to
know of hia own kuow ledge, and were
mest damaging to the Moses faction. He
proved no more, however, than what we
have already known, viz: the rascality
and villainy of Moses and his crew. His
vindication of Tomlinsou was good, and
would have beeu perfect, had it not un?
fortunately beeu for tho speech that fol?
Tho nest speaker was Mr. Melton. Wu
are sorry wo have not much time to
spend ou this pleasing, unctuous gentle?
man, who so lengthily aired his fine
qualities and virtues; wo would Uko to
amplify him. We presume, however,
that most who wura present ure by this
time familiar with his autobiography; if
they are not, his cara were closed. Ho
commenced by telling "what ho knew
about fighting." Ho was the first sol
dier,Ho enter Richmond in 'Gl and the
last Sb leave it, ao l like the chivalrous
Ney, be burnt tho bridge bohind him
We huve hoard, unfortunately for the
Judge, that he never got any further
than a big arm chair in Uiohmond. No
wonder that the man who sat in a big
cushion chair during the war, left it with
reluctance. But Judge M. can claim no
merit for his valorous notions, for was
not this self-same Moses the first to plant
the Confederate flag on Sumter? Judge
M. saw fitiin his apeeoh to defend hie
Republicanism. We do not object to
bia theory, however puerile and damag?
ing to State sovereignty; but the fact
that Judge M. ia a Judge and a candi?
date for an important and luorative office
on the regular tioket, is more conclusive
than any of his fine spun sentences. If
he joined the party for principles, and
not for plunder, hu is the first native
white Carolinian who has done BO. And
hare Mr. M. oan lay another claim to
distinction, in additiou to his Riohmoad
exploits-that of being "single aud
alone." As for Judge Melton's argu?
ments, if we could deteot any, they were
mere "bosh." He had no evidenoo to
offdr but which, as he admitted, was
..hearsay," uud which, had hu boen on
the bench iusteud of tho rostrum, he
would have rujeated as incompetent. In
all of his allegations, he had nothing to
offer but theslauderor'a exouse-"he had
heard BO aud so." As for his defence- of
Moses, he had none. He slurred it over
and ended in a compromising way, by ad?
mitting that Moses was a great rascal,
but Tomliuson was a greater, (which we
are not prepared to deny.) His whole
exhortation waa "black dog and mon
key-pay your money and tuke your
After the speaking, there was no action
by the ni oe ting, as both parties seem to
he afraid of euch other. In some confu?
sion, thu mentiug adjourned. So ended
the taroo. The uogroua went back to the
cotton fields, and thu whites to loaf and
The two most determined opponents
of the Isra?lites in this country seem,
st mutely enough, to bo found on tho
same Presidential ticket. Their names
arr TJ. S Grant, and Henry Wilson.
Grunt wishes now that he hadn't issued
the. general order of December 17, 1862.
As to Wilson, he is very sorry that he |
ever made that speech denouncing Sena?
tor Benjamin, ia 1861.
THB MAYORALTY OF NEW YORK.-The
New York Sun bonus the name of A. T.
Stewart, the "merchant prince," for
mayor of that city, believing that his pa?
triotism would impel him to accept, and
believing that his election would in every
wa; be. beneficial. There seems to be
great difficulty in selecting the right can?
didate for tho office.
WK will pay a good psr centage, with
ueonre collaterals, to kuy one who has !
MONEY that they wish to loan on time. Ap?
ply to H IC I ll KLM A EZELL-,
gapj 15 0 _Brokera.
Fall and Winter Stock.
?t eJAVLNO recently returned from New
vfti ?ork, I ?rn prepared to oxhibit one of the
IM m o fit idioioe and select Stook of Oonda
. HM. u?er offered in this market, lt embraces
Fine English, French and American
SCOTCH TWEEDS, Ac, an elegant lino of!
Touting*, and a large ?took of the celebrated I
Bur .-dilrt. My customers and thu public
generally are invited to oall and examino,
rd AI a uclioited and promptly attend od to.
Kept IA Imo_J. F. EI8ENM ANN.
Northern Applet and Tot atoes.
-I i\ ti A ii LE LS more floe Nott ti tra POT A- i
L'J TOES. Ju?t roofdv&d. Also, lu b?rrala
Northers, APFLKt?, the finest In markos,
which I iriU aell onhAF, in quantities to ault
otutomurs. J. D. BATEMAN,
Sept \8 t3_Colombia Ice House.
Valuable Real Batate for Sale.
TWO largo and coaunodioae WAH Xi
HOUSES, on Gervais atroet, near the
?reenvido and Columbia Railroad Depot.now
oooapiod by Dlakol) A Friday, aud Wells h
Ca id Bell. Lots running through the square
ta Lady ?trent
For terms, ko., apply to
ARTHUR it BOONE, Law Range,
Or HKIBHLS A izmx, Real Estate Agents.
Supt 13_ f
OAA BBLB. NEW FLOUR,of all grades,
?VV for sale at grottlv reduced pri?es,
bj_JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Che tp Wrapping Paper.
OLD NEWSPAPERS, auiuhle for wrapping
packages of umrchanduu, can be pur
ehaued at thia office, at 60 cant? por hundre
Choice Family Flour,
pf (\ BARBELS STRICTLY PRIME, for
fJ\J salo at reduced rates.
Angost 10 HOPE A GYLES.
On Marriage--Happy relief for Young
Mon from the elfocte of Errors and Abases in
early lifo. Manhood restored. Impediments
to Marriage removed. New method of treat?
ment. Now and remarkable remedies. Booka
and circulara sent freo, in sealed envolopes.
Addreaa HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2
South Ninth Btrcot, Philadelphia, Pa.
Aug 12_ 3mo _
Tb? Galea or Araby aro not spicier than
the aroma which tho fragrant Bozodont im?
parta to tho breath. Nor ?B tho heart of the
ivory nut whiter than the teeth that aro
cleaned daily with that matchlcas fluid.
To Owners of Horses.-No ono who baa
c-vor nacd Dr. Tobias* Horse Veuetian Lini?
ment, will ever be without it; it is a certain
cure for Collo, Bore Throat, Cuts, Bruises and
Old Sores. Warranted suporior to any other;
in pint bottles, at Ono Dollar. Sold by ali
Druggists. Depot 10 Park Placo, Now York.
Burnett's Blandard Flavoring Ex?
tracts are neatly put up in unpanncllcd 2 oz.,
5 oz. and 10 oz. bottles, and are for salo by
tho trade generally in every principal city and
town in tho United States, Canada?, and Bri?
tish Provinces, aa well aa in many other
Help for tbs Hopeless.-You aro weak,
dejected, miserable, and nothing doosyou any |
good, yon say. Don't deapair. There is balm ,
in Gilead. Have you tried Vinegar Bitters?
Nol Then why don't you? Whether youri
complaint be dyspepsia, biliousness, nervous
weakness, constitutional debility, or any other
trouble, Vinegar Bitters will revive and reno- j
vate your shattered system, as a genial rain
refreshes tho withered ilowara.
Por Dyspepsia, indigestion, depression of
spirits and general debility in their varioua I
forme; aleo, aa a preventive againat Fever
and Ague, and other intermittent fevers, the
Ferro-Phoephorated Elixir of Calisaya, made
by Caswell, Hazard A Co., New York, and Bold
by all druggists, ia the best tonio, and as a !
tonic for patients recovering from fever or
other sioknoes, it has no equal.
Thurston's Ivory Pearl Tooth Powder.
-Tho best article known for cleansing and
?roserviug the teeth and gums. Sold by all
druggists. Price 25 and 50 cents per bottle.
F. C. Well8&Co.,Now York.
Chrlstudoro'a Hair Dye st?nde unrivaled
in the world. No lady or gentleman of dis?
crimination uses any othur. It ie the moot
perfeot, reliable and effective Hair Dye in the
world. Manufactory, 68 Maiden Lane, New
Carbolic Salve, recommended by Physi?
cians as tho great Healing Compound. Price I
25 cents por box. John F. Honry, aolo Pro?
prietor, 8 College Place, New York.
Klslcy's Bucha ie a reliable Diuretic and
Tonio for all derangements of the urinary
and genital organe. The genuine, as former?
ly aold by Haviland, Barral ir- Rieler and |
their branches, ia now prepared by H. W.
Risley, the originator and Proprietor; and
the trade supplied by bia Bucceesora, Morgan
A Risley, New York.
Svapata, or opium purified, the moat per-1
feet anodyne in the market, made by process
nf Dr. I. M. Bigelow, Detroit Medical College,
is always uniform in strength, which is rarely
tho case in other preparations of opium.
Piatt's Astral Oil bas a world-wide repu- |
tation as tho sureat and be?t illuminating oil.
Over 2.ono,(WO gallons have huon sold for the 1
paat two years, from which no accidents of |
any description have occurred. Send for cir?
cular. Oil Houso of Charles Pratt, estab?
lished 1770, New York.
We Have Frequently Heard mothers !
say tboy would not bu without Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Syrup, from tho birth of the child
until it lias (hushed with the toothing siege,
uuder any consideration whatever.
The Hecret of Beauly.-What is if? no1
longer asked, for tho world ot fashion and all
ibo ladies know that is produced by using a
delightful and harmloss toilot preparation
known as G. W. Laird's "Bloom of Youth."
Its beautifying effects aro truly wonderful.
Depot, 5 Gold street, Now York. Sept 1 it
CITY OF COLUMBIA COUPONS, receiva
blu for taxes.
TO RENT, TWO ROOMS aboyo Mr. Glaze's
store. Apply to
Sept 8 tlO EDWIN J. SCOTT & SON.
For Rent. ?
MSTORE-ROOM, corner of Main and
Laurel streets, now occupied by J. S.
Chambers. Possession given immedi?
ately. Apply to ARTHUR A BOONE,
Sept 13_No. g Law Bange.
STORE-ROOM, Exchange House
Bni.diug, Main street, rocently occupied
by F. Cardaridli. Applv to
AK PH UR A BOONE, No. 2 Law Range.
Bopt 13 _ _
THE two-story HOUSE, on Plain
street, betwuoii Bnll and Marion. Apply
_,to R. A W. C. BWAFFIELD.
THE HOUaE and LOT, on Piokena I
street, homaging to tho Estate of Mrs.
oept 8 EDWIN J SCOTT, Executor.
THAT Urge and commodious STORE
now occupied by Messrs. Portar A Steele.
_Poasoaaion given the lat of Ootober.
For tarma, inquire of G. DIERCK3.
APLANTATION in Sumter County, known
as tbs Bradford Springs Pisca. It con?
tains 758 sorss of lsnd, fifteen mile? from
Sumter C. H. and about the same distance j
from Camdon. For particulars snd terms,
sp ply (to Messrs. BLANDINQ A RICHARDSON,
Attorneys at Law, Sumter O. H. Sept 1
A Valuable Tract of Land For Sale.
THE subaoriber offers tor sals his PLANTA?
TION, near Abbsville Court House, part
of it within tbs corporats limits of the town.
Tt contains 350 acres of land, seventy-two of
whiob ie good oresk bottom. On it la a com?
fortable Swilling Houau, Gin House, and all
necessary ont-buildings: also, a Vineyard of I
Souppsrnong Grapes of seveu aerea, in foll
bearing, with aHtt.no House, Cellar, and all
appliances for making wine, and s fine c?lico
tion of Fruit Tresa. R. h. BOWIE,
Soptl_Abb ?vi Hw C. H.S. O.
Valuable Real Estate for Sale.
IOFFER for sals my FARM, couaieting of I
about 128 acres, situated Juat outside of |
oity limits, on both fides of Cbarlstto Rail?
road. The place contains a comfortable
Dwelling und fine Ou- -buildings, and for
Grain and Truck cann oannot bo surpassed.
This property, from ita nearness to tho city,
and ita fd?ilities for advancement and im?
provement, ia vory dosirable.
Aug 28 Imo JAMES E. BLACK.
Enormous Death-Bate in New York.
1Q1 Q DEATHS a week. 61 to 1.000 in
mtJ_LO habitants, doable that of London.
This fearful mortality is troubling tho peo?
ple. What shall be done? is the question.
Parity tho Blood and Regulate thu Liver,
we adviae every ono, as a sanitary moasuro;
never ho without a box ol llEIhlTSU'S
BLOOD and LIVER PILLS. They Purify tho
Blood and Regulate tho Liver-two things
absolutely essential to health. Qo tn
Heinitah'a Tomple of Health, and get a box
of Blood and Liver Pills. Sept 8 t
Notioe to Delinquent Tax-Payers.
OFFICE CITY CLERK,
COLUMBIA.8. C., September 12,1872.
ALL men, residents of tho city, between
tho a^cs of eighteen and filly yearB, (ex?
cept Qrcmuu.) aro required by or.linauco to
pay a streot tax ot threo dollars ($3) per year,
or work ont the samo on tho streets. This is
to nolifv all delinquents, that if said tax is not
paid b< foro tho first day of October, the par?
ties will ho summoned and required to work
on tho atrceta, subject to orders of tho street
Overseer. By order of tho Mayor.
Sept 12 CHAS. BARNUM, City Clerk.
OrrccE CLEUK CITV COUNCIL.
COLUMBIA, September 12, 1872.
SEALED PROPOSALS will bo received at
this office, until Tuesday, the 25th day of
September, 1872, for tho erection of a wooden
building for the use of the Pheonix Hook and
Soparato estimates will also bo received for
the erection of tho building, tho city furnish?
ing the building materials. Plans aud speci?
fications can bo seen at this office.
CHARLES BARNUM, City Clerk.
NOTICE is hereby given that I, C. H. PET- ]
TINGILL, -will not be responsible for any
debts contracted in tho namo of tho firm of
Boyce ft Co., composed of Wm. Henry Boyeo
and myself, unless tho namo of the firm bo
signed by my.?elf; and that thc partnership
heretofore existing under tho firm name of
BOYCE ft CO., hy my act, is herobv dis?
solved. C. H. PETTINGILL.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., September 4, 1872.
Sept 5 Imo
[S a subject of considerable interest, and all
aro anxious tor thom
To be Redeemed,
hut that which should attract tho attention of |
smokers is the ia ct that 10.0U0 "GOLDEN
BUG" (that unusually popular brand) havel
jost beou received hy tho '"Indian Girl." You |
will realize more than
Dollar for Dollar
by investing, as they are the finest ia tho I
market for tho monoy. All orders should Le ]
sent to S. J. Perry._Sept 13
Novelties in Cigars.
IN addition to my specialt y of tno celebrated
"Live Indian," I have had manufacture d
I especially for rotail a pure Havana and Seed I
C IGA It, of exquisito flavor and quality, called 1
the "Royal George." They aro suro to
i please, aud tho standard will be maintained.
Also, "Jenny Lind," "Byron," "Fartagas,",
j "Oriental," "Casino," "Hidalgo," "Crown
Jowels," "El Dio," "Carolina." and many I
other brands, comprimo;; very low-prict d
goods np to Hoest. Dealers and others will
find it to their interest, to inspect tho stuck.
I Prices low aud cash necessary to Im v.
Sept. 3_GEO. S Y M MERS.
J. P. CARROLL. CHAULES F. JANNliV.
CARROLL & JANNEY,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
Soptl Ollico on Law Rango. imo
LoRoy F. Yo um a ns, Attorney at Law,
COLUMBIA, S. U.
OFFICE Law Range, Bauskett's building. |
Yonmans & Sheppard.
Attorneyn at Law,. ?'.< jejitta, S. O.
LER. F. YOUMANS. JNO C. BHEPPARD.
Maillard'* Chocolate and Cocoa.
CHOCOLATE a la Vanille,
Chocolato De Saute,
Cocoa, puro. No. 1,
Cocoa, pure, No. 2.
Theas aro regarded aa the fiucat and purest1
manufactured. I havo tho agency for their
sale, and will guarantee satisfaction to pur?
Saliera' COCOA and BBOMA.
S?pt 3_GEO. BYMMERH.
Belling Out Below Coat.
/RENT'S WALKING CANES, at ?ll prices;
VJT from 60 cents upwards.
1 B?SHEL8 PRIME RYE, for Seed.
JLtJyJ For sale for oaah only.
Bept8_HOPE ft OYLES.
1FORTY-SAW COTTON GIN, with CON?
DENSER, manufactured by Horace L.
Emory, aa good aa new, having beau only
uaod a few weeks. WiU ba aold at a escri?os,
by_JOHN AGNEW ft HON.
Selling Out Below Coat.
TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY.
Rust Proof Seed Oatt.
BUSHELS, for Seed. Vor aale hy
Bapt 8 HOPE * OYLES.
North Carolina Hay.
7pr BALES good N. C. HAY, for sale ow
O by HOPE ft GYLFS.
Cow for Sale.
? GOOD MILKER, with a fino j
htdfer CALF. Apply at FHOMX
Bellini/ Out at and Below Cost
MY entire stock, con si ? ting of DIAMONDS,
WATCHES, Chains, Jewelry, Silver
Ware, Plated Ware, Clocks.
Agg 10 ISAAC SULZBAOHER.
Lumber at Beduoed Prices.
THE uuderaigned aro prepared to eaw
LUMBER ol any dimensions, np to twen?
ty-two inches wido, or thick, and forty-eight
foot long. We prefer to work at low prices
rather than do nothing at high Agares. It
?on would aave money, negotiate with na at
leesville, Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad, South Carolina.
July 17 wl3 RODIE ft MITCHELL.
rjfpHE largo-t Block of READY-MADE
CLOTHING at retail in tho State.
Everything in tho way of
Some our own Btylea.
A new feature is tho Dagucrrean Gallery
formorly occupiod by Mosers. Weam A Hix,
fitted up for our Cuatom Trade, and Oiled
with the choicest
FRENCH AND ENGLISH
CASSISIERES AND VESTINGS,
Which we are making to order, under a gua?
rantee to please.
R. & W. C. 8WAFFIELD.
Philadelphia and Southern
SAIL STEAMSHIP LINE
TU WILMINGTON, N. C.
IS composed of two first class STEAM
QI! H'S, ol 800 tons each; sailing from each
port every WEDNESDAY. Through rates to
all i oii:t? South and South-west as low au by
any other route. In.vurauco ouo-half p< r cvnt.
Prompt and certain despatch given, tor
rates on general merchandize, cotton, sheet?
ing, Ac., ap|il\ to
W. L. JAMES, Genoral Agent,
WORTH A WORTH, Agents,
Willsington, N. C.
A. POPE, Gen'l Freight Agonl
W., c. A A. R. lt., Wilmington, N. C.
Sop! 14 timos
Important for Reference.
J. W. & K. Chisholm & Co.,
Importers and Manufacturers,
OFFElt to tho trade tho largest stock of
Human and Imitation HAIR (ii)ODS,
FANCY GOODS, JEWELRY, LACE GOODS,
etc., that can bo found in New York city.
Send for sample parcel. 417 BROADWAY.
Sopt 7 _ 4mo_
Af\f\ OASES CANNED GOODS,
??\ f\J loo boxes CANDY,
60 boxea SOAP,
200 harrold FLOUR,
100 barrels Whiskey,
100 dozen Axos,
200 dozen Pockot Knivos,
100 dozen paira Trace Chains,
100 dozen Door and Pad-Locks,
100 bundles Ties,
100 balea Ragging.
For Bale to-day, at New York pricoa ?ni car?
riage, having been purchased mainly before
the late inflated priera.
LOEICK & LOWRANCE.
HOW IS THE* TIME
Save Your Money!
J1 ALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS will
ba sold at graat bargaina bafora th* aeaaon
C. P. JACKSON'S.
Initial and Monogram Press.
E. R. STOKES
IS now proparod, with a FroBM and appcr
tainnionta, to manufacture INITIAL PA?
t?EB and ENVELOPES to order, embossed
ind in colors, of all sizes and quality.
Keeps constant Iv in atora a full stock ni
Paney and Staplo STA ION ERY, BLANK
HOOKS, Fanoy Articles and all goods pertain
ug tn a first ?lasa Stationery House.
April 20_ _
Selling Ont Below Cost.
PINE JET SET-only CO couts-at
18AAH HUUS rt ACH RU'S.
VTE W sugar-cured fl A Mts,
131 Breakfast Strips,
Imokod Beef, for sale low. HOPE A GYLES.
Unatsworth Femme Institute,
No. 188 Franklin street,
M1S3 A. E. H A8M0N, Principal,
MH8. O. E. ENGELBRECHT,
(for marly of Belle H ETCH Inst i tote,
.olumbia, 8. C.) Vice-Principal.
TLIM Behool will n'.'?|jcii HEP
TEMBKR IC. Tho building aud
grounds are spacious, locaiiou Li i>-1 J aud
heall h j. conree of study extensive, and in?
flot h thu Principal and Vice-Piincipal havo
had nundi experir.iicu in educating and train?
ing tho youiig. Tho entire expense per ati
nuui of a boarding pupil, including English
tuition, one ol ber language and Vocal Muiic,
$300 Music. Languages and other extras
moderate. Tor circulars address tho Prinui
pah _Ang 30 fifi
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
CIIUtLESTON, S. C.,
OFFER for salo
low for cash, or ap?
1.000 rolls heavy domestic BAUUlNG,
100 bahs GuniiV HAGGING,
10.000 bundle a COTTON TIES,
500 bags Itio, Java and Lagnayra COF?
410 barrels refined SUGAR,
25 hogsheads Demi rara SUGAR,
15 hoguhoads Pnrto Rico SUGAR,
200 hogsheads rt boiled HOI AeSES,
1 (x;0 Ken?, assorted, NAILS.
500 hoses Adai antine CANDLES,
1.1 00 aacks HALT,
100 hogsheads C. R. and Dry Salt Bacon
100 barrels Lear LARD,
500 oarrela FLOUR-Family, Extra and
Orange Rifle POWDER, 8B0T, L^AD,
STAbCH, S<jA PS_kc._July 2C ftn 2mo
New Books ' New Books !
THE VICAR'S DSUG11TEB. Bv George
McDonald (1 CO.
Tho Doctor's Daughtor. By flopbio May,
'.At tho Back of tho North Wiud." By Geo.
Fitz Hugh tst Clair, the South Carolina Re?
bel Boy. By Mrs Salli? F Chap?n, f l 50.
Lord Kilgobbiu By Charles Lover. $1
The Golden I hm of Grampere, By Antho?
ny Trolloppe. 75o.
Ethel Mildmay'ii Follies. 75c.
"Oinbra." By Mrs. Oliphant. 75c.
Aud othor late publications, jnst received
and t?rsalo at publishers prices, at
R. L. HRYAN'S
Aug 30 RonkMoro.
A CHANCE ~F0?T ALL!~
W. B. LOVE 5c CO.'S I
TN ? iticipation of removing in September
ll) oui . .rge and commodious NEW STOLE,
in the V leeltr Building, corner of Main and
Plaiu uti. td, .ve will close ont our present
stock at unprt -edented LOW FUICE3.
Bargains in ul. lasses of Gooda
W. 1). LOVE ii CO.
W. D. LOVE. 1
IL R MOI'H?KRT \_?["JjL?A.
FOR CASH !
AT COST ANO TRANSPORTATION
To ms ko room
For Our Fall Stock. |
EINARD & WILBY,
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BS3T PLACE.
WE claim to b ivt oof of the finest
SgVa/och* of WATCHED, of all best Ko,'
o?^&ii'di, Swiui ano American makere. Wit!
Ui.iiuot.ds and other fine Jewilry. our stock
>N Inriie, ?nd wo .-vre going to sell tho Goods.
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in al
Div.uchee, bv the beat of workmen
Nov 1!) Formerly Glan* A Radcliffe.
Beogers' fleer is Pore.
IT don't contain Coonenlus Indiens Fiab
BerrioH to make sleepy or headache.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN pursuance of an Act of the General
Assembly, approved March 1,1878, enti?
tled "An Act providing for the general elec?
tion and tho manner of conducting tho samo,"
araondod by an Act approved March 12,1872,
au election will bo held in tho several Coun?
ties of this Statt on the THIRD WEDNES?
DAY, hoing the ICth day, of October, for the
fullowiug btato, Legislative, County and
Congressional ofliccrs, lo servo for the next
two and four years, as provided by tho State
Constitution and Acts of Congross of the
United States,to wit: Governor, Lieutenant
Uoveruor, Attorney-General, Becrotary of
Stale, Stato Treasurer, Comptroller-General,
'.upcrinteodcut of Education. Adjutant and
Inspector-Genera), members of tho General
Assembly, Solicitors in tho several Judicial
Circuits, and tor tho various County oflices,
together with one member of Congr?s i to
represent t!ie .State at large, and Representa?
tives in thc respective Congressional Dis?
At tho euid election, the following amend?
ment? to the State Constitution will bo sub?
mitted tn the voters fur ratification or rejec?
tion, to wit:
1st. Amt ndment relating to chango of
time of holding giucral elections.
Stritt? out all of tbat portion of Section ll
of Ai rici? ll, following tho words "eighteen
humlnd and seventy," occurring in the
fourth and fifth lines, and insert the follow?
ing: "And forever thereafter, on tho first
Tuesday following tho first Monday in No?
vember, in every tccond year, in such manaor
and at such places as tho 1 rgislaturo may
provide." Tho manner . . voting on this -
amendment shall bo as follows: Those in favor
of tho amendment shall deposit a ballot with
the following words wiittenor printsdthereon:.
"Constitutional Amem ment- Yes." Those op?
posed to said amendment shall cast a ballot
with the following words written or printed .
I thereon : " Constitutional Amendment^- A'o."
2d. Amendment relating to tho further in
creano of tho public debt of tho State, as fol- -
; lows: Article XVI-"To the end that the pub?
lic debt of South Carolina may not herealter.
be increased without the duo consideration,
and frey consent of the people of the State,
the General Assembly is hereby forbidden to ?
create any iurther debt or obligation, either,
by tho loau of the creditor the State, by gtfi
rantee, endorsement or otherwise, except for
the ordinary and eurrent business of the
Mate, without first submitting the queetion
au to the creation of any such new debt, gua?
rantee, endorsement or loan ot tho credit, to
the peep i, of this State, at a general election;
and u ni en H two-thirds of thc qualified voters
of this State votiug on the question shall be
in favor nf a further debt, guarantee, en?
dorsement or loan of this credit, nono shall
bu created or made."
'Jho manner of votiug on this amendment
shall be ac- follows:
Those in favor of the amendment ehall de?
posit a ballot with thefollowiig words written
I or printed thereon: "Constitulional Amcnd
[ nifiii. Arti-'le XVI- IVs."
Thom) opposed to i i ; e a rn e nd men t th all cast,
a ballot, with the f .Mowing worde written or
I printed thereon: "Constitutional Amendment, .
Article XVI-No "
All bar-rooms and drinking saloons shall bo
eloped on thc day of elect iou, and any person
who shall sol: any intoxicating driuks on tho
day of ob-ciiou, shall bo guilty of a misde?
meanor, ai d on conviction thereof, shall bo
tined in a sum not les* than ono hundred dol?
lars, or bo imprison) d for a period not Ita*
t han one mont h. ncr more than six months.
J'ho Commissioners and Manager? of Elec?
tion, and each ol ti.em, aro hereby required,
with strict regard to the provision'of the
Constitution and laws ot tin- Stat? , touching
their dtity in ?-nc!i case, to eau-e. ouch elec?
tion* to be held in the r respectivo C< umita
on the day afore h ml, slid tu tala all neces?
sary stops !or Ibo holding of audi elections,
and for Hie ae-o rt tining ami determining tbs
perentie who i-hall h.ive cen duly elected ll oie?
nt, according to I he rules, i rn.< i ph s and pio
visions proscribed by tho Act auu amendment
tin reto aforesaid.
Iii testimony whereof, I havo hereunto set
my h md and caused tho Great Seal of
th?* State to bo unix ed, at Columbia,
[L. a.] the 16:h day of Stpti tuber, A. D 1872,
and in the ninet>-seventh year ot the
Iudopeudenc? of tho United States of
Ameiica. ROBERT K. SCOTT,
F. L. CAHOOZO, Secretary of State.
GO AI*"! COAL! i
11HE undersigned havo established a
COA I. V V lt U
In this eitr, which will bo kept regularly sup?
plied willi thu beet qualities of
And F0UNDI1Y COAL, for salo at tho lowest
prieta. A good article can bo supplied, deli?
vered in any part of the eily.
100 TONS GRATE COAL "
Now on hand. LONG TON (2.240 lbs.) will-,
always be given.
Mr. W. n. RIVES ia onr Agent for ?ale of.
Coal, and will give prompt attention to alloc
dura esut him, or dropped in Font Office Rex
No 117, or iott at Fieber A Silliman's Drug
AUK 20 Imo O. G. PARSLEY A CO.
TillE ? PEA R 8R'H COMM KNTARY, by Blah
cpi and r.thor Clorgy of the Anglican.
Church Vol.1. 15.
Aunt J.?-?"'d Horn, by Author of Stoppings
Hannah, a ne.wN.ivol. bv Mi*s KnJooh. SOos.
Jun 14_ DUFFIE jj CHAPMAN.
Alo! Ale'. Ale 1
ir>K I>OZ CROTON ALE, very anj eiior
6!i doz Mob.web's Ale, very supsriOT quali
tv .Tiiit received and for salo by
.Tn!v? JOHN AO NF WA- SON.
Selling Ont Below Ocst.
LADIF.;-" WRITING DE*KR, Jewel Caaes
and traveling Companions.
fS AAP MU LZ BACHER.
Tlie Doctors Recommend fceegers'Beer
[il pr?f?rer,ce to London Poitoi and rlcotuh.
Als^_Wb vVTboy know i ? is unadulterated
Onr friend of the Christian neighbor eays
thst people wl o complain of dull times don't
advertido. Make l.nown your complaints.
This is lltimtsh'h p"i.n Mnke known yous
cnmHaintf. Hrinitidi baa a remedy-tho
BLOOD AND LIVER BILLS, tbs beet familyo
pill ever made.