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STOCKHOLM, Septomber 19.-Kiog
Charles, of Sweden, who has been lying
seriously ill at Malino, died this morning.
LONDON, September 19.-There was a
very severe thunder-storm nt Rochdale
yesterday. Several persons were killed
by lightning and the crops were da?
John Fox & Co., merchants, of Mino
ing Lane, have suspended. Liabilities,
?500,090. They have connections with
several American houses, and their sus?
pension was caused by the recent failures
PARIS, September 19.-The German
authorities at Strasburg have consented
to allow the wife of Edmund About to see
him; but refuse permission to any one
else to do so. The examination, which
will consumo an entire week, is now
being made into About's case.
L. Olive Deschampe and Domville,
the Communists who were executed yes?
terday, at Statory, died bravely. Their
last words were "Fire la Republique/"
"Down with traitorsl"
American Mutter:*. ?
NEW YonK, September 18.-President
Grant will visit tho New Jersey State
Fair, at Waverly, to-merrow afternoon,
and the Newark Exposition in the even?
ing. At Newark, the differont R>publi
oan ward associations will parade in
honor of the President.
This afternoon, 598 Mormon emi
, grants, composed of Scandinavians,
English and Danes, who arrived by the
steamer Minnesota, on Monday, left Jer
sey City, for Utah, by the Pennsylvanie
LEWISTON, PA., September 18.-A
large orowd met Greeley as the Westwarc
train passed. Greeley, after sorrie hesi
tatkm, made a brief unpolitical speech
which was brought to a dose by th?
screaming of the engine and moving o
the train. He was accompanied by Gov
Randolph, of New Jersey, and Gov
Bigler, of Pennsylvania.
ERIK, PA., September 19.-The boile
of a steam dredge in the harbor explod
ed. John Corneilly, a fireman, wa
killed. ' Thomas Golden, a laborer, ha<
Ins leg broken. Fonr others on boar?
eBoaped with slight hurts.
NEW YORK, September 19.-Grea
commotion exists here iu the Tamman;
Hall General Committee over the du
covery that nearly 100 of its member
are in the interest of Grant for Pres:
dent, and of Senator O'Brien, for Maye
of New York. Au investigating com
mittoo of five met this afternoon, un
are to submit a report to a committee c
the organization to-morrow aftcrnoot
The General Committee will take aotio
to-morrow. It was rumored, yesterday
that the various organizations had di
cided to nominate Charles O'Conor ft
Mayor, bat it is Btated, on authority
that O'Conor will positively decline l
A severe thunder-storm, with hail, o
curred here this morning.
Wheeler H. Peckham denies that h
interest in the prosecution of the rii
frauds has abated. He hos been e
gaged in this business without intermi
sion since the grand jury found tho i
dictraents, and the trial of Connell
Tweed and Sweeney will probably bo I
gan next month. ,
The Time? says that the amount of cl
faloation of James I. Johnson, hoad
the stamp division in the Assistant Tn
Borer's office in thia city, though not pi
cisely ascertained, oannot exceed $18
OOO, and may bo considerably less; it
not fully known how his fraud was i
oomplished, as it was carefully conceal*
but it is probable that Johnson me
false reports of stamps, which were i
examined into with promptitude, so t!
the fraud beoame extensive before a
suspicion waa awakened.
CINCINNATI, September 19.-In
Ohio Uiver Improvement Convento
this morning, an address to Congr
was adopted asking the appropriation
a sum of money for the improvement
navigation in the Ohio River, and urg
the States bordering on that river to
their endeavors to have such approp:
tion made. The Convention adjouri
to meet in Cincinnati on November 2(
BALTIMORE, MD., September 19.-'
Grand Lodge occupied the morning
cussing the giting independent jurist
tion to German, lodges, with certain
strictions regarding the ritual, travel
card? and pass-words.
PHILADELPHIA, September 19.-!
terday the node body of a young girl
found in the marsh, below Gray's Fe
by two gentlemen white gunning,
?lue to the name of deceased and
marks of violence. Deceased was al
eighteen and of handsome form and
tares. The body had not been in
water more than forty-eight hours,
appeared to have been drowned w
NEW YORK, September 19.-The
nre of Munroe & Co. was announce
the Stock Exchange, to-day. The
pension of two mercantile firms is
reported. Assistant Treasurer Hitth
was interviewed by a1 reporter, to?
to whom he stated that the amour
the defalcation will not exceed $200,
nor fall below 8185,000. The Assit
Treasurer regards the disclosure as
mature, as, should any of John:
friends know of his location, they
not disclose it.
PITTSBURG, PA., Septomber 19.
raoe Greeley and bis escort will arri
this oity at 7 o'clock this evening. (
ley will speak at St. Glair's Hotel
leave for Cincinnati at 10 o'clock.
SAN FnANOisoo, September 19.
thirty-eight bare-footed friars, c
from Guatemala, will prooced to
waukee, to enter the convent of
Another large mass meeting ha
dorsed tho Atlantic and Paci?o Rai
projeot. Tho subscribers to stock 0
2,500 in number, and the s?bsori]
roaoh nearly $1,800,000.
CINCINNATI, Septerubor 19.-Ii
National Pork Packers' Oonvontiot
morning, the rule which wea adopted
yesterday with reforeuce to the tare of
dry salted meats was reconsidered, and
after considerable discussion, amended
so as to provide that meat between July
1st and November 1st might be washed
with cloth in cold water. It was then
passed. The rules with reference to out
ting and packing were then taken up and
passed upon-in tho main, following the
rules now in operation in Chicago and
other leading boards in the country. The
Convention then adjourned to meet in
Ohioago on tho first Tuesday in October,
WASHINGTON, September 19.-Proba?
bilities-For tho New England and Mid?
dle States, on Friday, risiug barometer,
Westerly and North-westerly winds, and
very generally cleur and cool weather;
for the Southern States, East of tho Mis?
sissippi, generally clear weather, and
light to fresh winds from the North and
West over tho South ?tlantio States, and
probably from the East and South over
tho lower Mississippi Valley; from the
Ohio Valley to lower Michigan, clear
weather, with the winds backing to
Southerly; from Missouri to Lake Michi?
gan end Westward, diminishing pressure
and Southerly to Easterly winds; but the
afternoon telegraphic reports from upper
Michigan to Dakota are missing.
The Fust Tennessee National Bank, of
Kuoxvillo, has been authorized to com?
Financial un.? Cumiiicrclal.
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 19.-Hales
of ootton, to day, 75 bules-middling
LONDON, September 19-Noon.-A
further advance of the bank rate is ex?
pected to-day. Consol? 92'?. The up?
ward movement of the bank rate is attri?
buted to a deoiine in American securi?
ties-new 5s 89. A luter despatch says
no advance in the bank rate bas been an?
FHANKFORT, September 19.-Bonds 9G.
PAIHS, September 19.-Rentes 54f. 22c.
LIVERPOOL, September 19-3 P. M.
Cotton opened and continues dull-up?
lands 9%@9%; Orleans 10; sales 12,000
balee; speculation und export 4,000.
LONDON, September 19-Evening.
Bullion decreased ?500,000.
LrvEBrooii, Septombor 19-Evening.
Cotton closed heuvv-uplands 9%; Or?
NEW YORK, September 19-Noon.
Stocks firmer. Gold heavy, at 13Jg.
Money tight, at 7. Exchange-long 7%;
short 9. Governments firm, but steady.
State bonds dull and heavy. Sales of
cotton fer future delivery, last evening,
3.650 bales, as follows: September 19)4,
19 5-16; October 18%. 1811-16; Novem?
ber 18%. 18 11-16; December 18%; Feb
mary 19%; March 20 6-16. Cotton ir?
regular and heavy-uplands 20; Orleans
20%; sales 312 bales. Flour, wheat and
ooru quiet and unchanged. Pork steady.
At firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard dull-steam 8%
@8 9-16. Freights steady.
T P. M.--Cotton heavy; sales 2,250
bales, at 19%(?>20%. Flour quiet and
firm-common to fair extra email@example.com;
good to ohoice firstname.lastname@example.org. Whiskey
unchanged. Wheat a shade.better with
more export and home demand-winter
red Western email@example.com. Corn a shade
firmer and in good export and fair home
trade. Bice dull and quiet, at 8)vi@9>^.
Pork firm, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard dull.
Freights unchanged. Cotton receipts
to-day-net 119 bales; gross 2,015. Sales
of futures to-day 17,000bales, as follows:
September 19, 19%; October 18%, 18%;
November 18%, 18%; December 18%,
18 11-16; January 19%, 19%; February
19%, 19%; March 20 3 16, 20%. Money
closed easier, at 4@5. Sterling unset?
tled, at 7%. Gold 15%. Governments
closed at about %o. advance. States
very dull and unchanged.
BALTIMORE, September 19.-Flour
quiet but firm and scarce; prices un?
changed. Wheat active, higher and
strong-white choice email@example.com; fair to
prime ditto firstname.lastname@example.org; amber 2.05@
2.07; good to prime red email@example.com.
Corn firm-white Southern 70@73; yel?
low Southern 63%@65; mixed Western
62@62%. Oats steudy-Southern 40@
42; Western mixed 38@40; ditto white
41?42. Rice firm, at 77@82. Provi?
sions buoyant and quiet but firm. Mess
pork 14.50? 14.75. Bulk meats strong,
but none offering. Shoulders 7; rib
rib sides 9%; clear rib sides 10. Bacon
firm-shoulders 8@8%; rib sides 10%;
olear rib sides ll; sugar-cured hams
18%@19. Lard 8%@9. Western but?
ter dull and quiet. Whiskey firm. Cot?
ton dull-middling 20; receipts 129
bales; sales 398; stock 1,449.
CINCINNATI, September 19.-Flour
steady, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Pork advanced
and*in fair demand, at 13.50. Lard in
fair demand and higher, at 8%@8j>8' for
summer; h\% for steam; 8%@9 for ket?
tle. Bacon steady-shoulders 7%; de?
mand good ut full pricea for sides; clear
rib 10%@10%; clear sides ll. Whiskoy
steady, at 90.
ST. LOUIS, September 19.-Flour firm
and in fair demand, with few sales, and
slightly higher. Corn firm and in fair
demand, at 87% for No. 2, mixed. Whis?
key firm, nt 90. Pork quiet, at 14.50 for
order lots. Baoon opened steady and in
good demand, but closed weak-shoul?
ders 8; olear rib 11&; olear sidos 11%,
cash. Lard, nothing doing.
LOUISVILLE, September 19.-Tobacoo
unchanged and firm; sales 92 hogsheads.
Flour with an advancing tendency and
firm-Bales of family extra email@example.com.
Corn selling at 50 for white. Provisions
in good demand and higher. Pork sold
at 13.50. Baoon sold at 7% for shoul?
ders; ll for clear rib sides; ll% for clear
sides, paokod. Lard sold at 9%@10%;
orders %o. higher. Whiskey sold at 85.
NORFOLK, September 19.-Cotton
heavy-low middliug 18; reoeipts 520
bales; stock 1,513.
GALVESTON, September 19.-Cotton
firmer-good ordinary 16; reoeipts 578
bales; Bales 600; stook 11,399.
PHILADELPHIA, September 19.-Ootton
dull and drooping-middling 20%.
AUGUSTA, September 19.-Ootton dull
oud irrogular-middling 17%; receipts
i 827 bales; sides 855.
MOBILF. September 19.-Cotton doll
and deolin">0-good ordinary 17@17??;
low middling 17%; middling 18@18?i;
receipts 739 bales; sales 200; stock 4,105.
WILMINGTON, September 19.-Cotton
quiet-middling 16(?)17}?; receipts 136
bales; sales 42; stock 240.~
NEW ORLEANS, September 19.-Cotton
heavy-good ordinary 18; low middling
18*?; middling 19; reoeipts 2,568 bales;
sales 2,200; stock 28,042.
CHARLESTON, September 19.-Cotton
low but active-ordinary 15J<?@16; good
ordinary 16>?; low middling 17; mid?
dling 17J?; receipts 2,212 bales; sales
1,000; stock 10,659.
SAVANNAH, September 19. - Cotton
quiet-middling 18; reoeipts 1,053 bales;
sales 1,117; stock 8,521.
BOSTON, September 19.-Cotton dull
middling 20>??; receiots 90 bales; sales
300; stock 5,500.
NOMINATIONS. - York-The following
is a list of tho persons chosen as candi?
dates for office in York, independent of
For Senator-B. F. Briggs.
Representative-P. J. O'Connell.
Sheriff- R. H. Glenu.
Judge of Probate-Joseph A. McLean,
R. J. Foster.
County Commissiouers-W. H. Car?
roll, David G. Wallace.
School(Commissiouers-P. B. Darwin,
W. C. Caveny.
Tho Republicans selected the follow
For Senator-J. Hanihal White.
House of Representatives-Jehu Mar
tin, M. L. Owens, J. A. Ratchford, Nel
Probate Judge-Col. W. C. Beatty.
Clerk of the Court-J. F. Wallace.
County Commissioners-H. K. Ro
berts, Reeco Joyner, Franklin Edwards
School Commissioner-Anderson King
Sheriff-R. L. Crook.
Coroner-John R. Wallace.
Solicitor-Wm. H. Brawley, Esq., o
State Senator-0. D. Hayne.
Representative? to General Assembly
P. R. Rivers, S. J. Loe, Gloater Holland
W. B. Jones.
Clerk of Court-Joseph Quash.
Probate Judge-Heury Sparnick.
School Commissioner-Johu Garduei
County Commissioners-E. P. Stouej
Lemuel Spouour, W. R. Peel.
Corouor-F. L. Walker.
Lexington-Senator-E. S. J. Hayes.
Repr?sentatives-Dr. F. S. Lewie, Sti
muel T. L?rick.
Clerk of Court-W. J. vVssman, Jr.
Judge of Probate-A. H. Caughmat
Sheriff-Walter M. Drafts.
School Commisaioner-C. E. Lent
County Commissiouers-Levi See, 1
E. Hutto, Eli W. Bowers, (colored.)
Coroner-Allen Brisbane, (colored.)
resontatives-A. W. Hough, R. D. Ga
ther, Frank Adamson.
Clerk of Court-R. E. Wall..
Probate Judge -J. F. Sutherland.
School Commissioner-Frank Carter
Couuty Commissioners-Beuj. McCa
kill, D. P. Johnson, Johu A. Boswell.
Coroner-R. R. Player.
The following is the'Bolters' ticket:
Representatives-John A. Chesnu
Scott Brown, Wm. Boy kin.
Sheriff-J. S. Moroney.
Clerk of Court-A. Dibble.
School Commissioner-Jas. Whitakt
County Commissioners-J. F. Suth*
land, Chairman, Frank Moses, Dani
-Legislature-J. P. Moore, S.S. Cr
tenden, James McCullough, John '.
Sheriff-J. L. Southern.
Clerk of Court-W. A. McDaniel.
Judge of Probate-S. J. Douthit.
County Commissioners-A. R. Mci
vid, W. C. Goodwin, W/ J. West.
School Commissioner-James H. Ti
Coroner-W. H. Goodlott.
Republican-Senate-J. M. Allen.
Legislature-W. B. Johnson, J.
Sullivan, W. M. Len derm an, F. A. Vi
Judge of Probate-C. P. Dill.
Clerk of Court-Johu B. Hyde.
Sheriff- James O. Yeargin.
Sohool Commissioner-J. P. Latim
County Commissioners- Joshua Pr<
ott, Bird Sullivan, Daniel Holland.
Coroner-John P. Scruggs.
INGENIOUS WOKE.-The Shenand<
(Va.) Valley says: "Wo havo seen a ci
carved by H. C. Cox, on which, besi
the Lord's Prayer and portraits of G
erais Lee, Jackson and Johnson,
about 100 representations of porsu
birds, beasts, and reptiles. It is corte
ly an exhibition of most astonish
Miss Kellogg, whilo abroad, expend
so it is reported, 310,000 in gold tow
the repleuishiug of hor different wi
robes for the coming oporatio seasoi
An oxohaugo says: "Mr. Baker
shown us an egg which is seven iucho
circumference. Can anybody bout tin
Certainly; break the egg in a bowl,
beat it with a spoon.
The New York Sun nominates
great merchant, A. T. Stowart, for Mr
of New York, and says it neither ku
uor earea to what political party he
The most sensible premium wo 1
heard of is offered at a California far
tho young woman who shall preparo
best dinner ut the smallest cost.
Mrs. S. H. McCants, of Winusb
killed a chicken u few days age
fonnd a needle run through its gizz
both ends protruding.
It is olaimed that house buildtni
Chioago is going on at the rate of
house per hour.
UNITED STATES DISTMCT COURT-HON.
G. S. BRYAN PRESIDING-September 9.
Ex parle James O'Neal, Antrim, Ire
lent!-Petition for notice of intention.
Petitioner appeared, took the usual
oath, and bis notice of iutention wan
ordered to bo entered on tho index of
notice of intention.
John Bur soy vs. Robert M. Wallace
Assumpsit for fees. Ordered, that the
case be transferred from State Court to
United States Court, as provided by Act
September 10.-Ex parte David Wade
Anderson, of Laurous-Petition of volun?
tary bankruptcy. Ordered, that the
aa?ue be referred to C. G. Jaeger, Regis?
ter of Third Cougrossionul District, to
Ex parte Moore, Jenkins & Co., cre?
ditors, tn re-Petition of involuntary
bankruptcy. On motion of J. H.
Evins, the Judgo sigued order of adjudi?
cation of bankruptcy, and casu was re?
ferred under order to registor.
Ex parle W. F. Mitchell, of Pickons
Potitiou for final discharge. Petition
and report of W. I. Clawsou, registor, in
favor of discharge wan read uud con
I firmed, and, on motion of J. J. Norton,
Evq., Judge signed usual certificate and
order of final discharge.
Ex parte W. L. Roach, iii re Kerr &
Roach-Petition for adjudication of
bankruptcy. Ordered thut each of the
firm of Kerr & Roach be adjudged bank?
rupt, and caso be referred to W. I. Claw
sou; aud also ordered that R. M. Kerr
do, within five days, transmit schedule
to Clawsou containing individual and
copartnership credits und iuvontory of
his estate. It is also ordered that the
firm of Kerr & Roach be adjudged bank?
September ll.-Ex parte E. N. Cole?
man, of Greenville-Petition of volun?
tary bankruptcy. The petition was read
and roferred to W- I. Clawson, Esq., re?
gister, for adjudication.
Ex parte D. W. Hodges, of Greenville.
-Petition for final discburge. Report of
W. I. dawson, Esq., register, iu favor ol
discharge, wus read and confirmed, and
no objection appearing, the Judge, undei
seal, signed certificate and order of final
September 12.-Ec parte Gabriel Can
non et al. in re D. W. Mooro, bankrupt
Petition for sale. Roport of W. I. Claw
son, Esq., Register, was read and cou
firmed, uud oil motion of Evins, attor
ney, it wus ordered that the assignee sel
estate of bankrupt, free from iucum
brauce; that tho sale be for cash, ant
that assignee apply proceeds! of salo o
tan-yard lot anil the .storehouse to thi
payment of respective mortguge, aut
thut the balance of said salo be distri
buted to creditors who have prove?
September 16.-J. T. Groeu, of Mis
sissippi, vs. Cyrus H. Baldwin, Receive
of Exchange Bank of Columbia, J. P
Carroll, L. D. Childs et al.-Bill of com
plaiut. On motion of Rion, solicitor fo
defence, ordered, that complainant giv
security for costs before tho first day o
November, 1872, or tho bill bedismuse
in default of so doing.
Ex parle Rodolph us Long-Petition c
voluntary bankruptcy. Petition rea
and referred to W. I. Clawson, Esq
Register in Bankruptcy, for adjudicatioi
Ex parte John J. Houseal, creditor, i
re Motte ?fc Tarraut, debtors-Petition <
involuntary bankruptcy. Debtors wei
adjudged bankrupts, and cuse referred t
C. G. Jaeger. The Judgo signed tL
ENGLAND'S DISTRESS AT HOME.-Thei
are gloomy prospects ahead duriug tr.
coming winter for the English poo
The telegrams and mail accounts recen
ly have spoken nf tho advunce iu tl
price of fuel. "Coal has gone up," i
the saying is, and whether the advant
in price arises from a falling off in tl
yield, increased consomption by the m
nufactories, or by reason of tho confiic
between the miuers and their muster
tho fact romuins thu same, that coal h
enormonsly risen in price from the rat
charged last your. This of itself won
provo a hardship, especially to the poor
classes; but then tbore are other misfc
tunes still moro distressing. Tho pota
crop bus failed generally throughout t
British isles. Thu accounts from the a
ricultural districts in the English shit
is of the most distressing character,
writer in one of the agrionltural pape
of England estimates that 1.630,0
acres of tho potato crop uro all but t
stroyed, while another equally good fi
thority declares that ho "hardly ever i
members thu malady so general and t
destruction HO complete." In lroia
and Scotlaud thu crop is also blightt
possibly not to the same extent as
England, but sufficiently extensive to
severely felt by tho poorer classes in ht
countries. Th? foot und mouth disui
among the cattle is another cause
alarm. Tho disease, which made iti
manifest to a considerable extent 1
year, has now re? appeared ia et ill grea
proportions. In Norfolk, in two wee
the loss in sheep alone amounted in va
to ovor 8112,000. Taking evorytb
into consideration, and with these fu
before UB, it is evident that tho appro
of winter ia regarded with feelings
dread by tho poor, hard-worked and
paid mechanics, laborers and work
people of England, Ireland and Scotia
AN UNLUCKY STREAK OP LUCK.-'
fortunate Henry Li Pierre, of Sun Fr
oisoo, most unfortunately drew, a mo
si nco, a prize of 82,500 in tho Hu v.
Lottery. Siuce thou ho lins boen dri
all tho time, aud has tried to buug h
self once; aud, upon tho whole, it is
generul opinion of bis friends thu
blank would have been tho greater bl
Gou. Spinuer, tho United St
Treasurer, decides that when a mu tili
note hus five-eighths left, it sbull bo
deemed at its tull value.
Yotiug James Gorden Bcnnott is
ing to build a $250,00;) monument ti
i father. It will be a white marble s
with designs illustrating journalism.
THE WAY TO WIN.-The Louisville !
Courier-Journal is a fine papor, and it |
very often says Que things better than
any other paper can say them. It points j
out in a recent urticle the way to win, iu
strong, terse, pure Sar. m. Wo repro- J
duce portions of its sound advice:
The friends of Mr. Greeley are relying
altogether too much on the fact that a
majority of the people prefer him to ,
Grant. They are making too little effort.
They are too much incliued to fold their !
arms and poaaivoly wait for victory to 1
perch upon their banner. They must j
throw oil this idleuess and enter into the
campaigu more vigorously. They must
act upon the advice of Hercules to the
wagoner, and put their shoulders to the
wheel. By vigorous and concerted aotion,
thero ia no doubt they will bo able to '
pull through; but, if they leave the Libe?
ral campaign to run itself, they may
We do not say that the Liberal candi?
dates would not be oleoted in spite of
the extraordinary efforts of the Radicals
to defeat them, if not another liberal
speech were made and not a Liberal
dollar expended during the rest of the
campaign. The ground-swell is a reali?
ty, and it is felt in every part of the
country, from North to South, and from
the Atlantic to the Pacific. But there is
too much at stake to trust everything to
the great ro-aotion in popular sentiment.
Tho Democrats and Liberals cannot
afford to remain passive in this contest.
If they lose, they lose everything-con?
stitutional government and nil. It will
not do for them to uuder-estimato the
potency of the influences which aro
being brought to bear by the friends of
Gen. Grant. It will not do to rely too
mnch on the evidences of a popular pre?
ference for Greeley.
We need hardly say that we feel the
utmost anxiety respecting the Presiden?
tial contest. The freeing of the South?
ern people from the thraldrom in which
they have been held sin?o the termina?
tion of tho war depends upon it.
Honesty and purity in the administra?
tion of public affairs depeuds upon it.
The restoration of nationality and peace
to all sections depends upou it. The
maintenance of constitutional govern?
ment and the preservation of freo insti?
tutions depend upon it.
Wo appeal to Liberals and Democrats,
therefore, to do their duty, and their
whole duly. The battle is already half
won. Let us not loso it by culpable
HORACE GREELEY-Sut: As citizens of
tho republic whoso rights have been se?
cured through thu instrumentality of as?
sociations with which you have been pro?
minently and intimately identified in the
past, religiously respecting the rights of
all other citizens while zealously guard?
ing our own, and desiring to manifest
our appreciation of that reconciliation of
which you are the living representative,
and which mast precede the lasting
peace and prosperity of the country, we
take tho liberty to request that you in-!
form us what will be the policy of your I
administration toward the colored people |
of the country in the event of your elec?
tion to tho Presidency of tho United
States. We have the honor to he, very
W. U. SAUNDERS,
SAMUEL R. SCOTTRON,
J. W. GLOUCESTER,
And many others.
NEW YORK, September 9, 1872.
GENTLEMEN: I have yours of the 7th
inst., to which I make prompt and brief
reply. Should 1 be ohosen President, I
should of course take a solemn oath to
respect and obey the Constitution of the
United States. That noble instrument 1
recognizes no distinction between citi?
zens of the United States based on color,
and I should be governed thereby,
should not especially favor one race or |
another, but I should use all the power
of my cilice to uphold and enforce the I
equal rights of all citizens, whether white
or black. Yours,
To Messrs. W. U. SAUNDEKS, and
So extensively Is the adulteration of
tea now carried on in China, that Mr.
Medhurst, tho British Consul at Shang?
hai, receutly wrote that D3.000 pounds
of willow leaves were in course of manip?
ulation at ouo port aloue, to be mixed
with tea for shipment, at the ratio of
from teu to twenty per cent.
A mau in Arkansas issued cards of in?
vitation to his tin wedding on square tin
The question hos often been asked by
,hose interrestod, "Can I have my grey
bair restored to its natural color, with
)ut coloring the Bkin? and can my thin
looks be thickened?" We answer, "It
Min;" and would advise you to read a
treatise on the hair, which is published
t>y B. P. Hall & Co., Nashua, N. H., who
send it free, upon application. They
?re the proprietors of Hall's Vegetable
Sicilian Bair Renewer. We learn from
it, the hair, in a perfect state of health,
is co3Htautly falling out, and new hairs
?row from the same tubes; but, in case
jf any disease of the scalp, or by the use
>f alcoholic preparations, the hair tube
jecomcs contracted at its mouth, and
prevents the new follicle from reaching
the surface. Their preparation will
create a perfectly healthy condition of
the scalp, and, by its tonic properties,
will preserve and strengthen tho roots
jf the hair.
[Statesman, Des Moines, Iowa.
ADMINISTRATION TACTICS.-A gentle?
man representing ono of the railroads
terminating at St. Louis, and who lately
held tho office of postmaster of a town in
Illinois, had a circular addressed to him
EI day or two since, from the Grant and
Wilson headquarters, Chicago, asseessing
him $48 towards tho expenses of
tho present campaign. The circular
states that the contest is a close one in
Illinois and expensive. It states further,
that money is especially wanted to secure
German speakers and documents in Ger
man for circulation. Thus, by unwit?
tingly ?ending a note to an uninterest?
ed party, have the emissaries of the Ad?
ministration exposed their tactics. The
admission in the circular is au import?
ant one.-St. Louit Republican.
For an unexplained reason, it is said
Boveral ladies fainted during a speech re?
cently delivered by Gen. Butler at Rock?
land, Me. It is not tho first time in
story, if not in song, that "Beauty" has
fainted at the sight of the "Beast."
VALUABLE OIL MILLS FOR SALE.
D. C. PELXOTTO & SON, Auctioneers.
THE undersigned will sell, before tho
Court House, in Columbia, on MONDAY,
7th of Ootobor, 1872, at balf-paat 10 o'clock
A. M.: All tho property of the CAROLINA
OIL COMPANY, consisting of Four Acres of
Lind in the city of Columbia, tho site of tho
works of eaid company, together with the
Buildings, Pree8ea, Engine, Boiler, Burr Mill,
Linting Machine, Belting, Pump, Lead, Iron
and Woodon Tanka, & id other articles neces?
sary for a complete Oil Mill. As they are now
at the company's works, persons are invited
to inapect the property.
TEUMe OF BALE-$7.000 cash; balance in aix
and twelve months, .vith interest from day of
sale, secured by bond of purchaser . and
mortgage of tho premiuoe; sold with policy of
WILLIAM K. BACHMAN.
Sept20 fmO JOHN 1). CALDWELL.
MTO an approved tenant, I will rent the
"Walker House," aituated on Upper
Boundary atreet. Apply to
Sept 20_ft. O'NEALE. Ja.
Palmetto Lodge, No. 5,1. 0. 0. F.
?r-^-s^^^jmxr-^ THE regular meet
^32SZ?s*?lS23S?!5K2Ay be held in Masonic
Hall, THl!> (Friday) EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
By order of the N. Q. I. 8ULZBACHER,
Sept 20 1 Secretary.
Mrs. S N. McCnlly
^gWffiiWILL re-open her SCHOOL on
'?Kjff TUESDAY, Ootober 1.
?ly Sept 20_ftul
Distilled by tho Proprietors,
AT SCHIEDAM, IN HOLLAND.
AN INVIGORATING TONIC
AND MEDICINAL BEVERAGE.
Warranted perfectly pure, and ftee from all
deleterious substances. It is distilled from
BAULKY of the fluent quality, and tho AROMA?
TIC, JUNIPER BE KUY OP ITALY and designed
expressly tor caeca of Dyspepsia or Indiges?
tion, Dropsy, Gout, Bbenmatiam, General
Dobility, Catarrh of tho Bladder, Paine in the
Back and Stomach, and all diseases of the
Urinary Organa. It givea great relief in
Asthma, Gravel and Calculi in tho Bladder,
strengthens and invigorates the system, and
ia a certain preventative and euro of that
dreadful scourge, FEY EU AND AOCE.
CAUTION I A sk for "HUDSON G. WOLFE'S
For salo by all respectable Grocers and Apo?
HUDSON G. WOLFE &, CO., 8olo Importers.
Oilice, 18 South William street, New York,
i Sept 16 3mo
NEW AND ELEGANT!
Our buyer has just ref urned from tho Northern Markets, whore- wo have
FILLED OUR STOCK TO REPLETION,
And aro BOW roceiving gooda daily for every department in tho boneo. We shall have in a
few days lu atore
THE LARGEST AMI MOST ELEGANT STOCK
Ever brought lo Columbia, coneisling of
GENERAL DRY GOODS,
Clive ne a o di and be your own jadgos.
J%. O. SHIVER & GO.
r. S. Do not forset our DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT, presided over by MLLE. CAEN,
! (now ono of tho great features of tho house.) R. C. S. A' CO.
I Sept 20