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''Let our inst Censures
Attend the True Event."
BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1872. VOL. VIII-NO. 16$
Messrs. Pion, tho well-known publish?
ers, of the Rae de la Garanciere, are
bringing an aotion against Louis Charles
Napoleon Bonaparte, formerly Emperor
of the French, and now rebiding in Chi
selhurat, England, to recover 333,296f.
25o., for printing and delivering the
small edition of the Life of Crasar. This
case will be tried before the first cham?
ber of the oivil tribunal, at the beginning
of the next term. By "delivering" the
Life of .Grasar, Pion means sending
copies gratis to functionaries, reviewers
and landlords of country inns, who were
the only persons that could be induced
to take them. The largo edition cost
the publisher 200,000f., for which he laid
seizure with other creditors on the per?
sonal effeets of the Emperor nnd Em?
press found in the Garde-Meuble.
BKWAKE.-The pnblio in general are
cautioned to look ont for the spurious
article put up in imitation of and as sub?
stitutes for Simmons' Liver Regulator.
Buy only from respectable druggists,
and seo that it is put ap in square pack- 1
ages and has tho B?guutures of A. Q.
Simmons and J. H. Zeilin ?Sc Co., on its
side; all others aro frauds upon tho pub?
lie. Beware! sl4 5
Tho Pall Mall Gazetie says that after
their expulsion from Germany, the
Jesuits of the Rhine provinces will go to
Holland and Belgium, where they will
remain for a time, and then go to Eng?
land and America. Most of the Jesuits
of Silesia have already set out for Gali?
cia, where tho establishments of the
order yet exist.
? man was robbed in Hew Orleuuu ibo
other day of hie pocket book, which con?
tained a pieae of towel nsed as a band?
age for President Lincoln after his assas?
* A gentleman named Drew died in San
Francisco, reoently, from a canoer caused
by a friend pinching bim on the arm
about eighteen months ago.
JA Detroit journal says an old man of
that oity has played 90,000 games of
checkers. What a cheokered career that
old man muBt have had.
On marriage-.Happy relief for Young
Men from the eifectB of Errors and Abuses iu
early life. Manhood restored. Impediments
to Marriage removed. New method of treat?
ment. New and remarkable remedios. Books
and circulars sent free, in souled envelopes.
AddresB HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2
South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Aug 12_3mo _
THE "Doa DAYS" AND TIU.II; DANOEB.-At
thia aoaaon of tho year tho blood is apt to bo
come impure, tho appetite poor, tho skin sal?
low, the body enfeebled, tho eyatcm relaxed,
making it auaceptible to attacks ot chilla and
fever, rheumatism, eruptions of the skin, and
the development of the effects of tho injudi?
cious use of calomel. AU thia trouble ?nay be
avoided by the une of a few bottles of Dr.
Tutt's Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight. It
is harmless in its effects, but a powerful ene?
my to diseases. Try it, aud you will ?nd it a
friend in need.
Dr. TutVs Hair Dye Acts Distantuneouniy.
Thero was a man in our town,
And he waa wondrous wise,
He had a pain from ear to ear,
Another between Iiis eyes;
And when he saw be had Catarrh,
With all his might and main
He purchased Sage's Remedy
Aud bat his health again.
It ia sold by druggists everywhere.
THE HOUSE AND HIS RIDEB.-It waa a happy
day for horse and his rider when tho MUSTANG
LINIMENT was introduced as a cure for the
external diseaaea and injuries of both. In
the atable, tho barn and tho household this
wonderful emollient ia equally uaoful. It a
horse ia spavined, or foundered, or harncas
galled, or afflicted with any other of the
many superficial illa that equine lleah is heir
to, tho Liniment offecta a tpeedy cure, and it
is equally efficacious when applied to draught
oxen or cows Buffering from ontward swell?
ings, atraina, or hurts of any deacription. As
an application for bruises, cuta, burns, rheu?
matism, Btiff joints, sprains, neuralgia, ear?
ache and toothache, it takes precedence for
all other tropical remedies, and is, therefore,
an article of prime necessity in families.
THE Behool Board of Examiners for Rich?
land County will meet in this city on the
2d, 3d and 4th of OCTOBER next, for tho
purpose of examining teachers fer tho free
common schools for the ensuing year.
School Commissioner Richland County.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
JUST IN AT
_C. F. JACKSON'S.
OFFICE BOAIID OF COUNTY COHMIHSIOKEIIS,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., September G, 1872.
ARCHITECTS are requested to submit
plans for a new COURT HOUSE, for
Richland County, on or beforo the 15TH DAY
of October next. Said building is to contain
offices for Clerk of Court, Sheriff, Commis?
sioners, Judge of Proba*o, Treasurer, Auditor
Cost not to exceod $30,000.
The Commissioners reservo tho right to re?
ject any or all plans submitted.
JOHN H. BRYANT, Chairman,
J. J. GOODWIN,
8ept 10 t Commissioners.
Fall and Winter Stock.
^4 HAVING recontly returned from New
Tra York, I am propared to exhibit ono of the
(I? most choice and select Stock of Goods
i HILovor offered in thia market. It embraces
Fine English, French and American
8C0T0H TWEEDS, &o., an elegant lino of
Vestings, and a large steck of tho celebrated
Star Shirt. My customers and tho public
generally are invited to call and examine,
rdera solicited and promptly attonded to.
Sept U Imo J. F. EISEN MANN.
A CERTAIN CUBE FOB CHILLS AND FEVE?
First take tho Blood and Liver Pilla, to work
off the bile and purify the blood; threo or
four will bo sufficient. Then take a table?
spoonful of HEINITSH'8 CHILL CUBE. It
has been tried; wo know it.
This unrivalled Medicine ia warran tod not
to contain a singlo particle of MERCURY, or
any injurious mineral aubutauco, bul ia
For FORTY YEARS, it liaa proved ita great
value in all diseases of the LIVER, BOWELS
and KIDNEYS. Thousands of tho good and
cr??t in all parta of tho country vouch for ita
wonderful and peculiar power in purifying the j
BLOOD, stimulating the torpid LIVER and
BOWELS, and impart inc new lifo and vigor to
tho whole ByBtem. BIMMONS* LIVER REGU?
LATOR is acknowledged to have no equal aaa
LIVER JU ii HIC IN ?C.
It contains four medical clements, never I
nnitod in the same happy proportion in any
other preparation, viz. A gentle Cathartic, a
wonderful Tonic, an unexceptionable Altera?
tive, and a certain Correctivo of all impnritice |
of tue body. Such aignal success baa attend?
ed ita nee, that it ia now regarded aa tho
GRISAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
for LIVER COMPLAINT and tho painful offspring
thereof, to wit: DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPA
TION Jaundice. Bilious attacks, SICK READ
ACHE, Colic. Dopreasion of ?pirita, SOUK
STOMACH, Hoart-hurn, ic, Ac.
Regulato the Liver and provent
CHILLS AMI FEVER.
SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR
Ia manufactured oulv by
J. H. ZEILIN .V CO.,
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
Price $1.00 per package; sent by mail, post?
age paid, $1.25. Prepared ready for uao in
bottles, $1.50. .
SOLD RY ALL DRUGGISTS.
?o~ Beware ot' all Counterfeits and Imita
tiona."Ca * Sept l l j^r.
MTO an approved tenant, I will rent tho I
"Walker Houao," situated on Upper |
Boundary street. Apply to
Sept 20_B. O'XEALE. JR.
8TORE-ROOM, corner of Main and
(Laurel afreets, now occupied by J. S.
^Chambers. Possession given immedi?
ately. Apply to ARTHUR Av BOONE,
Bept 13_No. 2 Law Rance.
STGRE-RC OM, Exchange II on so |
Building, Main atret-t ? cen tl y oe. upied
by F. Cardarelli. ' y to
ARTHUR & BOC .o. 2 Law Range.
two-story HOUSE, on Plain
ii?T street, between Bull and Marion. Apply
HiLto R. ic W. C. SWAFFIELD. *
. . THE HOUSE and LOT, on Pichona
jjnst street, belonging to tho Estate of Mrs.
8 EDWIN J. SCOTT. Executor.
THAT largo and commodious STORE
jmt?Tnow occupied by Messrs. Porter Steele.
O?lLPoaseaaion given tho lat of October.
For terms, inquiro of G. DIERCK9.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
CHARLESTON. S. C.,
1,000 rolTs heavvdonn'slie HAG^^^^^
100 bales Gunnv BAGGING,
10.000 bundles COTTON TIES,
500 bags Rio, Java and Lagnayra COF
400 barrels refined SUGAR.
25 hogsheads Demorara SUGAR.
15 hogsheads Porto Bico SUGAR,
200 hogsheads reboiled MOLASSES,
1,000 kegs, assorted, NAILS.
500 boies Adamantine CANDLES,
1,000 saoks SALT,
100 hogshead* C. R. and Dry Salt Bacon
100 b irrels Leaf LARD,
?CObtrrcIs FLOUR-Family, Extra and
Orange Rifle POWDER, SHOT, LEAD,
STAUCH, SOAPS. Ac. July 20 itu 2mo
To the Ladies.
ONE of tho worst forme of discoloration of
the akin, and of pimpled and eruptive
faces, is caused by tho uso of CALOMEL and
BLUE MASS. Mercurial medicines aro sup?
posed to have a special action on tho liver;
the theory is erroneous. If calomel is given
in repeated doaea it producen salivation, and
in this condition.tho liver ia badly daniagid.
Tho liver is moro torpid; thc skin must du
somo of the liver's work, in oxcroting nile ele?
menta, and will be liable to pimples, idotchos,
eruptions, dark spots, discolorations, tuber?
cles, eoro mouth, sore throat, catarrhal affec?
tions, Ac. Tho only serviceable liver medi?
cino is HEINITSH'S LIVER PILLS. No ca?
lomel. Thoy regulate the liver and purify tho
blood._ AUK 22 1
8eegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't contain Cococnlua Indiens Fiab
Berries to make sleepy or headache.
Selling Out Below Cost.
FINE JET SET-only 50 cents-at
_ISAA UbULZ BACH ER'S.
Oats and Corn.
1f\f\f\ BUSHELS FEEDING OA'IS,
. V/VJV/ 700 bushola Whit o Corn, for
aalo low for caah._gOPE & GYLES.
IFORTY SxVW COTTON GIN, with CON
DENSEB, manufactured by Huraco L.
Emory, as good aa new, having been only
used a few weeks. Will bo eold ata sacrifico,
by JOHN AGNEW & SON.
BUG" ia tho Cigar that, in spite of compe?
tition, has gained unparalleled reputa?
tion. Ibo "Indian Girl" in also proud of au
To offer to Smokers the "Premium Star"
Smoking Tobacco. A trial will convince you
that it has ita proper uamo. The attention of
Chewers in called to a largo atock of Chewing
Tobacco, that will bc bold tn dealers at a
abort advance of factory prico.
Order? solicited. S. J. PE It UV.
Sept 21 _ _
Notice to Delinquent Tax-Payers.
OFFICE CITY CI.KKK.
COLUMBIA, K. C., September 12, ld72.
ALL men, residents nf tho city, between
tho ages of eighteen and fifty years, (ex?
cept Qrcmuu,) aro required by ordinance to
pay a street tux of three dollar? ($3) per year,
or work out the sumo on tho streets. This is
to notify all delinquents, that if said tax is not
paitl h. fore the firat day of October, thc par?
ties! will bo summoned anti required to work
on tho streets, subject to orders of tho Street
Overseer. By order itt thu rnuV?i.
Sept 12_* CHAS. BAUN UM. City Clork^
OFFICE CLEEF CITT COUNCIL.
COLUMBIA, Septomber 12, 1S72.
SEALED PROPOSALS will bo received at
thia ofhee. until Tuasday, tho 24th day of
September, 1872, for tho erection of a wooden
building for the uso of thc Plucnix Hook and
Separate eatimatea will alao be received for
the erection of the building, tho city furnish?
ing tho building materials. Plana and epeci
Gestions can bo seen ut this nflico.
CHAULES BARNUM. City Clerk.
APLANTATION in Sumter County, known
aa tlie Bradford Springs l'luce. It con?
tains 733 acres of laud, lilteeu milea from
Sumter C. H. and about tho same distance
frtiDi Camden. For particulars and terms,
apply.toMeasra ULAN DING .v ltlCHAUDSON,
Attorney a at Law, Sumter C. H. Sept 1
A Valuab.e Tract of Land For Sale.
rrMl E subscriber offei s for sale his PLANTA?
1 'PION, near Abbeville Court House, part
of it within tho corporate limita ot thc town.
lt contains 350 acres ot lund, seventy-five of
which ia good creek bottom. On it is a com?
fortable Dwelling House, (jin House, and all
necessary out-buildiugs; alan, a Vineyard ol
Scnppcruoug Grapes o? seven aerea, in full
bearing, willi a Stone IIouso, Cellar, and all
appliances for making wine, und a tine collec?
tion of Fruit Trees, lt. h. BOWIE,
Sjrptl_Abbeville C H., S. C.
Valuable Real Estate for Sale.
IOFFER for salo my FARM, consisting of
about 1*28 acres, situated just outside ol
city limits, on both sides of Charlotte Rail?
road. Tho piuco contains a comfortable
Dwelling and Gue Out-buildings, and tor a
Grain and Truck Eui m cannot be surpassed.
This property, from its nearness to tho city,
and ita facilities for advancement and im?
provement, ia very desirable.
Aug 23 Imo JAMES E. BLACK.
NOTICE ia herehy given that I, C. H. PET
TINOILL, will not be responsible for any
debt? contracted in tho name of tho timi of
boyce & Co., composed of Wm. Henry Boyce
and myself, uulers tho name of the lirm bc
signed by myself; und that the partiicrahip
heretofore existing nuder tho Grui name of
BOYCE iv, CO., bv mv act, is herebv dis?
solved. " C" ll. I'ETTINGILL.
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 4,1872
Sept 5 Imo
Novelties m Cigars.
IN addition to my specialty of the celebrated
"Live Indian," I have had manufactured
especially for retail a pure Havana and Seed
Chi A tl, of exquisite flavor ami quality, culled
tho "Royal Ueorge " They uro sure to
please, and thc standard will tie maintained.
Aleo, "lenny Lind," "Byron." "Partsgas,"
"Oriental," "Casino," "Hidalgo," "Crown
Jowels," "El Din." "Carolina.'* and many
other brands, comprising very low-priced
gouda up lo Guest. Dealers ?nd others will
God it to their interest to inspect the stock.
Price? low aud cash neceaban to hov
Kept 3_GEO SYMMEBS.
J.r. CABUOLL. CHARLES F.JAN NET.
* CARROLL & JA.NNEY,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
COLUMBIA, s. c.
Kept 1 Ofliee on Law Itaoge. Imo
LeRoy F. Youmans, Attorney at Law,
COLUMBIA, S. V.
OFFICE Law Range, Bausketl'a building,
Youmans & Sheppard,
Attorney? at Law, Kdgejtelu, ?S. C.
LF.IL F. YOUMANS. JNO C. SHEPPARD.
Aug 27 Gmo
Maillard's Chocolate and Cocoa.
CHOCOLATE a la Vanille,
Choeolato Do Sante,
Cocoa, pure. No 1.
Cocoa, pure, No. 2
Thoso aro regarded aa tho Guest and purest
manufactured. 1 have tho agency for their
anio, and will guarantee satisfaction to pur?
Bakers' COCOA and BROMA.
SpptJI_ GEO. SYMMRRSL
I fr/\BUSHELS PHI M li RYE, for Seed.
L?3* * For salo for cash only.
_8ept, 8 HO?' E gt G Y LES.
Rust-Proof Seed Oats.
-i BUSHELS, for Seed. For sale bv
1UU Supt 8 _HOPE Si OYLES.
The Doctors Recommend Seegere'Beer
IN preference to London Porter and Scotch
Ale. Why? They know it ia unadulterated
North Carolina Hay.
rr-r BALES good N.C. HAY, for sale ow
j f) by HUPE A GYLES.
Cow for Sale.
ftt$j&?\ A GOOD MILKER, with a Gne
*^ff*?rag heifer CALL1'. Apply tit PIIO'.NIX
It TT nflhioj_ Sept 12
Our friend of tho Christian neighbor ?aya
that people who complain of dull time? don't
advert iso. Mnko known your complaints.
This ia Ileinitsh's plan. Make known your
comHaint?; H ei ni tah baa a remedy-the
BLOOD AND LIVER PILLS, the best family
pill ever made.
-. ?*? .
rjlFJE largo-t stock ot READY-MADE
CLOTHING at ret ai! Su the State.
Everything in the way of
Some our own styles.
A new feature ia the Daguerrcan Gallery
formerly occupied hy Messrs. Weam Sc Dix,
fitted up for our Custom Trado, and filled
with the choicest
FRENCH AND ENGLISH
GASS1MEBES AND VESTINGS,
Winch wc are making to order, under a gua?
rantee to please.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
Philadelphia and Southern
HAIL STEAMSHIP LINE
TO WILMINGTON, N. C.
IS composed of two first class STEAM?
SHIPS, ol 800 tons each; sailing from each
port every WEDNESDAY. Through rate? to
all pointa South and South-west aa low aa by
any other route. Insurance one-half per cent.
Prompt and certain despatch given. For
rates on general merchandize, cotton, sheet?
ing, tic, apply to
W. L. JAMES, General Agent,
WORTH Sc WORTH, Agenta,
Wilmington, N. C.
A. POPE, Oen'l Freight Agent
W., C. & A. R. lt., Wilmington, N. C.
Sept 14 limos
Important for Reference.
J. W. & K. Chisholm & Co.,
Importers and Manufacturers,
OFFER to tho trado tho largest stock of]
Human and Imitation HAIR GOODS, 1
FANCY GOODS, JEWELRY, LACE GOODS,
otc, that can be found in New York city.
Send for sample parcel, ll" BROADWAY.
Sept 7 4mo
JUST HUG El VED.
?JT?C? cas,:s CANNED GOODS,
TcWvJ 100 hosea CANDY,
50 boxea SOAP,
100 barrels Whiskey,
100 dozen Axes,
200 dozen Pocket-Knives,
100 dozen pairs Tract: Chains,
100 dozen Door and Pad-Locka,
100 bundles Tics,
100 balea Bagging.
For sale to-day, at New York price? an 1 car?
riage, having been purchased mainly beforo
the late inflated prices.
L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
Initial and Monogram Press.
E. R. STOKES
IS now prepared, with a Proa? and appi-r
tai tunen ta. to manufacturo INITIAL PA?
PER and ENVELOPES to order, omboaaed
and iu cohos, of all sizes and quality.
Keeps constantly in atoro a full Block of
Fancy and Maple STA IONERY, BLANK
ROOKS, Fancy Art ?olea and all eronda pertain?
ing to a first class Stationery House.
Butter, Cheese, &c.
TUBS choice GOSHEN BUTTER,
Boxes choice Goshen Cheese,
1,000 pouuda Breakfast Strips,
10 barrels P;-arl Grist and Big Hominy.
All (rush and tor sale bv
July If. " HOPE Sc OYLES.
Superb Winter Cabbage.
LABOE Mammoth Head CABBAGE,
Drumhead Savory CABBAGE,
Large late Flat Dutch CABBAGE,
Large late Winter Drumhead Green Glazed
Largo White Flat Dutch TURNIP.
Purple Ton TURN IP.
Large Globo -several varieties,
For aalo ut low price, at
Aug! t HlilNlTSU'S Drugstore.
Mrs. S. N. McCally
WILL ro-opon her SCHOOL on
TUESDAY, October 1.
THE seventh year of my School
will commence on TUESDAY, Oe
L^tober 1, and continue nino months,
tdivided into two equal sessions of I
four and a half months each, ter- 1
urinating on 11th February and
30 th Juno, 1873. Pupila received and charged
by thu session. All tho branches of a eub
atantial and faahionablo education tauglit ac?
cording to tho most improved systems.
Drawing and Painting hy a lady, rt well-known
artiste of thia city. Singing taught to the
wholo Behool without extra cbargo.
A claaa ot' boys will bo taught in tho after?
noons, in English. Classics and Mathematica.
Apply at corner Pickens and Taylor atroeta.
Sept 13 UO_W. MULLER.
COLUMBIA MALE ACADEMY.
Claaalcal anti Mathematical School.
THE next session will begin on
TUESDAY,Oclober 1. Thoetudie-B
jgombraco a full high school course,
Tho grounds of the Academy,
which comprise four acres, bavo
recently been enclosed, thus securing to the
pupils the uninterrupted uso of their play?
ground. Other improvements will soon be
mado, with tho view of affording them every
facility for taking healthful exercise.
For terms, etc., apply to tho undersigned,
at tho Academy. HUGH B. THOMPSON,
Sept 10 tutus 10_Principal.
The Misses Elmore
WILL re-open their BOARDING
L_ and DAY SCHOOL for young la- I
?dios on TUE8DAY, the lat of Oc
Itober, 1872. Terms-in advance.
N.B. No pupil received for lesa
than a full quarter, except under!
peculiar circumstances. For particulars,
applv to MISS ELMORE,
Corner Taylor and Bull streets.
Sept 3 _tutb2w3
Select School for Girls,
CONDUCTED by tho MISSES
MARTIN. Eighth Annual Session
^begins on tho bTRST DAY of Octo
*ber next. Primary Scholars re?
ceived. For particulars, apply I
cornor of Blanding and Henderson
streets. _ Aug 10S3tu5
New Books ! New Books !
THE VICAR'S DAUGHTER. Bv George
Tho Doctor's Daughter. Bv Sophie Mav,
"At tho Back of tho North Wind." By Geo.
Fitz Hugh St. Clair, the South Carolina Re?
bel Boy. By Mrs. Sallie F. Chapin. $1.50.
Lord Kitgobbin. By Charles Lever. $1.
The Golden Linn of Grampere. By Antho?
ny T roi hipno. 7?C.
Ethel Minimay'a Follies. 75c.
"Ombra." By Mra. Oliphant. 75c.
And other late publications, just received
and loraalo ai publishers prices, ut
R. L. BRYAN'S
Aug :)0 Bookstore.
A CHANCE F?R~ALLT~
W. D. LOVE&CC'S!
JN anticipation of removing in September
to our large and commodious NEW STORE,
in tho Wheeler Building, corner of Main and
Plain streets, WO will cloao out our present
I ?tock at unprecedented LOW PRICES.
J Bargains in all classes of Goods
W. I). LOVE Si CO.
W. D. LOVE, I
I B. B. MOOBKEBT. 1 _ Jnly 14
THE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Bish?
ops and other Clergy of the Anglican
Church. Vol. I. to.
Aunt Jane's Hero, by Author of Stepping
Hannah, a new Novel, by Miss Mulorh. 50c.
Jan 14_ DUFFIE A- CHAPMAN^
Ale'. Ale! Ale'.
i)prr DOZ. CROTON ALE, very superior
50 doz. McEwon's Ale, very snperior quali
tv. Juat receivod and for sale by
_July 0 JOHN AGNEW Sx SON.
Cheap Wrapping Paper.
OLD NEWSPAPERS, suitable for wrapping
packages of merchandise, eau be pur?
chased at thia office, at 50 cents per hundred.
***** Choice Family Flour.
pff\ BARRELS STRICTLY PRIME, for
OU salo at reduced ratea.
AtigtiM 10_ _ HOPE St OYLFS.
Selling Ont Below Oost.
LADIES* WHITING DESKS, Jewel Casta
ami Traveling Companion*.
ISAAC K?LZ BACHER.
I ?wf\f \ LBS. superior qualitv. For pule low
i 0\)\f by HOPE,A GY LES.
Selling Out Below Cost.
&ENT'S WALKING CANES, at all prices;
from 50 ct-nta upwards.
_ISAAC SITLZBACHE tt_
OHO nn,#- NEW FLOUR, of all gradee,
??fV/v/ for uuh> at greatly reduced price?,
hy JOHN AGNEW .V SON.
\ Buffalo Tongues,
VTEW sugar-cured HAMS,
Ll Breakfast Strips,
.bunked Beef, for sr-.le low. HOPE Si GYLES.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN pursuance- ol an Act of tho Genera
Assembly, approved March 1,1878, enti?
tled "An Act providing for the goneral elec?
tion and the manner of conducting the same,"
amended by an Act approved March 12,1872,
an election will bo held in the several Coun?
ties o? this Stati on the THIRD WEDNES?
DAY, being the lCth day, of October, for the
following Stato, Legislative, County and
Congressional officers, to servo for the next
two and four years, as provided by the State
Constitution and Acts of Congress of the
United StateB, to wit: Governor, Lieutcnant
Governor, Attorncy-Goneral, Secretary of
Stato, State Treasurer, Comptroller-General,
Superintendent of Education. Adjutant and
Inspector-General, members of tue General
Assembly, Solicitors in tho seveial Judicial
Circuits, and for tho various County offices,
together with one member of Congram to
represent thc State at large, and Representa?
tives in tho respectivo Congressional Dis?
At thc said election, the following amend?
ments to the Stato Constitution will ho sub?
mitted to the voters for ratilicatiou or rejec?
tion, to wit:
1st. Amendment relating to chango of
time of holding goneral elections.
Striko out all of that portion of Section ll
of Article II, following tho wordB "eighteen
hundred and seventy," occurring in tho
fourth and fifth linea, and insert the follow?
ing: "And forever thereafter, on tho first
Tuesday following the first Monday in No?
vember, in every second year, in auch manner
and at such places as the Legislature may
provide." Tho manner voting on this
amendment shall be as fud-, we: Thoae in favor
of tho amendment shall deposit a ballot with
tho following words written or printed thereon:
"Constitutional AineiK.meni- Yes." Those op?
posed to said amendment shall cast a ballot
with tho following wordB written or printed
thoreon: "Constitutional Amendment-No."
2d. Amendment relating to tho further in?
crease 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 hereafter
bo increased without tho due consideration
and fros consent of the people of the Ktato,
tho General Assembly ?B hereby forbidden to
croato any lurther debt or obligation, either
by tho loan of tho credit of the State, by gua?
rantee, endoraement or otherwise, except for
the ordinary and current business of the
State, without first submitting the question
aa to thc croation of any such new debt, gua?
rantee, endorsement, or loan of tho credit, to
tho peopio of this S'p.te, at a general election;
and unless two-thirds of the qualified voters
of this Stato voting on tho question shall be
in favor of a further debt, guarantee, en?
dorsement or loan of thia credit, none shall
bo created or made."
Tho manner of voting on thia amendment
shall bo as follows:
Those iu favor of tho amendment shall de?
posit a ballot with the following words written
or printed thereon: "Constitutional Amend?
ment, Arli'.ie AT/- IVs."
Thoso opposed to theamendment shall cast
a ballot, with the following wordB written or
printed thereon: "Constitutional Amendment,
Article A' VI-No "
All bar-rooms and drinking saloons shall be
closed on tho day of-election, and any person
who shall sell any intoxicating drinks on the
day of eleotion, shall be guilty of a misde?
meanor, and, on conviction thereof, shall be
lined in a sum not leja thin one hundred dol?
lars, or bo imprisoned for a period not leen
than one month, nor more than six months.
The Commisaioners and Manager*? of Elec?
tion, and each of them, are hereby required,
with strict regard to tim provisions of the
Constitution and lament the State, touching
their duty in such caae, to cause auch elec?
tion* to ho held in tho:r respective Counties
ou the day aforesaid, sud to take all neces?
sary steps for the holding of snch olect ions,
anti for tho ascertaining and determining the
persona wboahallhave beendulyclccted there?
at, according to the rules, rrinciplfa and pro?
visions prescribed by the Act and amendment
In toetimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand and cansed thc Great Seal of
the Stato to bo affixed, at Columbia,
[L. 8.] tho lGth day of September, A. D. 1872,
and in the ninety -seventh year ot the
Independence of tho United States of
America. ROBERT K. SCOTT,
F. L. CABDOZO, Secretary of State.
FOR CASH !
CLOTHE UH Sffi!
AT COST AND TRANSPOSTATION
To make room
For Our Fall Stock.
KIN ARD & WILEY,
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
July 2H _?_
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE.
WE claim to havo ono of the finest
stocks of WATCHES, of all best Eng
Lliah. Swiss and American makers. With
Diamonds and other fine Jewelry, our stock
is largo, and wo are going to sell tho Goods,
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in al
brauchea, by tho best of workmen.
Nov 19_Formerly Plazo A Radcliffe.
Sellin F Ont at and Below Cost
MY ontiro atock, consisting of DIAMONDS,
WATCHES, Chains, Jewelry, Silver
War?, Plated Ware, OlookB.
Aug 10 ISAAC SULZDACHEIt.