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BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MOANING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1872. YOL. VIII-NO. 1%
Jamen Putton Anderson, Major-Gene?
ral ia the late Confederate army, died at
his residence, near Memphis, Tennessee,
on last Friday morning, from an attack
of pneumonia. Ho served iu the war
with great ability; a Confederate de?
spatch speaking of him in these terms:
"Major-Generul Putton Auderson, one
of the bravest, coulent and most skillful
of our young officers, has been assigned
to the command of the Florida District,
whither ho has proceeded." He gradu?
ated ut West Point from the State of
Tenncssee.J and separated from the
Union army, in which his promoliou
was satisfactory, on the declaration of
tho war. General Anderson attained the
rauk of chief of Hindmau's Division,
Hood's army, iu August, 1861. Ho was
severely wounded in tho head at the
battle of Jonesboro, and arrived in Amo
ricus, Georgia, some short time subse?
quently. At u later datoGcucral Ander?
son was relieved of his command in
Florida and sent to Tennessee. A Union
officer, writing nt Jucksouvillc, Florida,
on the 7th of April, 18G1, spoke ot the
General's action iu the following words:
"Mnjor-Genoral Patton Auderson, com?
manding the Confederate forces iu Eust
Florida, sent yesterday to our lines a
flag of truce covering a most courteous
letter to Brigadier-General Hatch. Ac?
companying the letter he sent a com?
plete list of our wounded in his hands,
so prepared aa to show the character of
their wounds, ?fco. He also expressed
the hope that such a list might be the
means of allaying anxiety on the part of
the friends and families of the wounded
prisoners. Most glad am I to chronicle
an act so conrteons and humane ns this,
albeit a rebel General is its author."
He maintained his character for dash,
generosity and love of his fellow-men to
"WARRANTS FOR LIBEL.-One Dr. Javau
Briant, who was suddenly converted to
.Radicalism just after the nominations
for the legislature two years ago, and
became e warm supporter of the pre?
sent corrupt administration, und who
has been a constant libeler of the de?
cent and respectable people of his native
County ever since, hus sued out war?
rants for libel against the editor and
proprietor of this paper. The warrants
?re based npon au editorial which ap?
peared in our last issue, iu reference to
the acts and rioiugs of the Badical
Convention hold a few days previous in
All we have to say, at present, in re?
ference to this proceeding is, that if thc
said Briant hopes by traci] a course to
prevent ns from giving expression to any
such just criticism as we may think pro?
per to make upon his political acts or his
fitness for the responsible position he
seeks, or from holding him np to the
public scorn and contempt which wo may
think he deserves, he is very badly mis?
taken. If he desires to avoid euoh
criticism or such strictures as we, as a
public journalist, may deem it our duty
or our privilege to make, he will best
secure the desired end by seeking that
quiet obscurity which is best for him and
the oonntry, and where he may find time
and opportunity to recover some virtu?
ous sense of right, which he may have
had before he knew Joseph the "child?
like and bland" of infamous notoriety.
We wish that somebody would com
pile ii genealogical directory .of the Den
family for tho use of the press, so tha
the judges may not bo confounded with
the brigadier-generals and tho third
cousins with the brothers-in-law. For
onr own part, we find it hurd to keep
the run of that truly lucky family. Th
general point of resemblance is that each j
member of the tribe ls making money
out of the public; but now, finco the]
little diversion of Hogging editors bas '
been introduced, it would not be fair lo j
confound the comparatively peaceful |
Dents with the bruisers of the same ap?
*'A touching sight," says the Pittsburg
Post-"Mosby, tho guerrilla, and Wm.
Lloyd Garrison, tho Northern Abolition?
ist, who pronounced tho constitution a
'league with deal h ned covenant with
bell,' 'clasping hands, across the bloody
chasm' and bowling in unison for Grant
Bonds for hale.
TUE Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad Company will sell $100,000 of its
FIRST MORTGAGE RONDS, bearing interest
at the rate of 7 per cent, per annum, at KO
and accrued interest on IOU-making tho in?
vestor nearly 0 per cent, por annum, in addi?
tion io the discount. Applv to M. P. Pegram,
Cashier First National Bank, Charlotte, C.
Bouknicht, Treasurer, or
Sept 25 WM. JOHNSTON. President.
Building and Loan Association Stock.
FOR BALE, TEN SHARES Capital Build?
ing and Loan Association Stock. Apply
at PBOSIX office. H?.r>t 25 :1
1 (\ Hon POUNDS WHEAT BRAN,
1U?VUV jnst received, and for sale
low, in quantities to auit purchasers, bv
Sept 26 2_2_ll. MULLED.
RfgSK?jH MU8- STENHOUSE will re
ffr?wFV^I',uva(} teaching a. limited number
Va 9 \7 Hoi pupils in Vocal and Piano
Music. TUE8DAY, Ootober 1. Sept 2C 2
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
COLUMBIA, S. C., 8ept. 25,1872.
AFTER the 1st day of Ootober, the Ordi?
nance regarding SWINE running at large
in tho streets will be enforced.
Sept 20_C. BARNUM. CHv Clerk
Rust-Proof seed Oats.
inn BUSHELS, for 8eed. For sale bv
JA/VJ Sept8_HOPE St GYLES.
Nofth Carolina Hay.
rjri BALES good N.C. HAY, for sale ow
I *J PT_______HOPE A GYLES.
CITY OF COLUMBIA COUPON8, receiva?
ble for taxes.
TO RENT, TWO ROOMS aboye Mr. Glaze's
H t oro. Apply to
Sept 8 HO EDWIN J. SCOTT & SON.
On Alarrlii ire.*-Happy relief for Young
Men from thc effect B of lirrora r-.nd Abuaes in
early lifo. Manhood restored. Impediment?
to Marriage removed; New method of treat?
ment. New and remarkable remedies. Books
und circulara sont free, ill sealed envelopes,
address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2
South Ninth atrcet, Philadelphia, Pa.
Aug 12 _ 3mo
Tl?e Galen of Amby ure nut spicier than
tho aroma which tho fragrant Sozodout im?
parta to tho breath. Nor ia tho heart of the
ivory nut whiter than tho teeth that ure
cleaned daily with that matchless lluid.
To Owners of Horses.-SO ono who has
ever used Dr. Tobias' Horac Venetian Lini?
ment, will ever be without it; it ia a certain
c ire for Colic, Sore Throat, Cuta, ?rr.ieea und
O.'d Koree. Warranted superior to any other:
in pint boitlea. at Ono Dollar. S"' by ali
Druggists. Dooot 10 Park Place, New York.
Kurnett'a Standard Flavoring Ki
f ru ns are neatly put up in unpauuolled 2 oz.,
5 on. and 10 oz. bott! 's, and aro for ?ale by
tho trado generally! i every principal city and
town in tho United fctntea, Canadas, nud Bri?
tish Provinces, as well as iu many other
Help Tor thc Hopeless.?You aro weak,
dejected, miserable, and uothing doesyon any
good, you say. Don't despair. There is balm
in Gilead. Have von tried Vinegar Bitters?
No! Then why don't you? Whether your
complaint bo dyspepsia, biliousness, nervous
weakness, constitutional debility, or any other
trouble, Vinegar Bittern will revive end icno
vato your shuttered ayateni, as a genial rain
refreshes tho withered flowers.
For i> y * |n- j I? i ?,, indigestion, depression ?I
spirit? and general debility in their various
forma; also, aa a preventivo against Fever
and Ague, mid tither intermittent levers, tin
l-'erro-l'liospborated Elixir of Calisaya, madt
hy Caswell, Hazard it CO., New York, and sold
hy all druggists, ia tho beet tonie, und as :i
tonic for patients recovering from rever oi
other sickness, it baa no equal.
'l ll m.?! ou's Ivory l'eitrI Toot !l Powder
-Tho beat article known lor cleansing ami
preserving tho teeth und ("unis. Sold hy al
Druggists. Price 25 and 50 cents per bottle
P. C. Wells A Co.. New York.
Cbrlst'itloro's Huir Oye stands Unrivalci
in tho world. No lady or gentleman of dis
crimination ueea any other, lt ia the mon
perfect, reliable and effective Hair Dye in tin
world. Manufaotorv, (?S Maideu Lane, Nev
curboiic Suive, recommended by Physi
ciauB aa the great Healing Compound, l'rici
25 cents por hoi. John F. Henry, aulc Pro
priotor, 8 College Place, Now York.
nui? } '* lim im ia a reliable Diuretic ant
Tonic for all dcrangeuients of tho urinar
and genital organs. Tho genuino, an former
ly sold by Haviland, Barral ?- Bialev am
their branches, is now prepared by ll. W
Risley, tho originator and Proprietor; am
the trade supplied by bis successors, Murgu:
A Risley, New York.
Srapnla, or opium purified, the moat pei
feet anodvnc in the market, made by procea
of Dr. I. M. Bigelow, Dotroit Medical Collegi
is always uniform in strength, which is ra rel
the case in otbor preparations of opium
Piutt1* Antral on has a world-wide rep?
tainui aa tho surest and bc8t illuminating oi
Over 2.000,000 gallons have been aold lor th
paat two years, from which no accidents t
anv description have occurred. Send tor cit
cniar. Oil House ot Charles Pratt, estai
lialied 1770. Now York.
\V? Have Frequently limit! niothet
say they would not be without Mra. Winslow
Snot liing Syrup, from the hirth ol the chi!
until it has tlutshcd with the teething sieg'
under any consideration whatever.
The Secret ot" Beauly.-What is it? i
longer aakod, l'or the world ot fashion and H
tIm* ladies know that is produced by using
delightful and harmless toilet preparalit
known as G. W. Laird's "Bloom ni Youth
Ita beautifying effects are truly wonderfti
Depot. 5 Gold street, New York " Sept 1
I Ki\BUSHELS PIUMK ISYE, for Sse
L?.M " For -alo tor cash Qnlv.
Sept 8 IlOl'l* .V OYLES.
Oats und Corn.
1 AAA BUSHELS FEEDING OA' Ss.
J..I RRJ 700 bushel* Wbitu Com. f
sal? low for cash. HOPE ,V GYl ICS.
Valuable Real Estate for Sale.
TWO large and conunodh na WAU
HOUSES, on Gervais street, near t
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Depot,nt
occupied by Biakcl< it Frida}*, and Wells
Caldwell. Lota ri nniog through the ?-.pin
t?i Lady street.
Fur lenna, Ac , applv to
AUTHUR A- BOONE, Law Range
Or BEIKELS & EZELI., Real Estate Agente.
Sept 13 i
NOTICE ia hereby given that I, C. II. Pi:
TINGILL, will not be responsible for a
debts contracted in tbo hame of Ibo linn
Boyeo Si Co., composed of Wm. Henry Hot
and myself, unless the name of the Him
signed by myself; and that the partneral
heretofore existing under the Iii m ii H IM t
BOYCE A CO., bv mv act, is herebv ?1
solved. * C. U. I'ETTINUILL
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 1, 1S72.
Sent 5 Inn
Halliard's Ohocolate and Cocoa.
CHOCOLATE a la Vanille,
Chocolate De Smite,
Cocoa, pure, No. 1,
Cocoa, pure, No. 2.
These are regarded as the finest and pur
manufactured. 1 have the agency fur tl
aalo, and will gnaranteo satisfaction to p
Bakers.' COCOA and BROMA.
Sept 8_GEO. BY M M ER?
Fall and Winter Stock.
. HAVING recently returm d from I
Tja York, I am prepared to exhibit one of
fla moat .dioico and select Stock of Go
-lIILover offtn ed in this market, ft em hr?
Fine English, French and Americ
BCOTCH TWEEDS, Ac, au elegant lim
Vestings, and a large steok of the eclebrt
Btar shirt. My customers and the pu
generally are invited to call and exam
Orders solicited and promptly attended to
Sept 14 Imo _J. F. B18ENMAN1
Enormous Death-Bate in New Ye
1 Q1 ft DEATHS a week. Cl to l.OOn
J.. -7 J O habitants, doublo that of Lom
This teariul mortality is troubling the
plo. What shall bo done? is tho quent
Purify tho Blood and Regulate the Li
wo advise every one, as a sanitary moan
never ho without a box of HEINITt
BLOOD and LIVER PILLS. They l'urifj
Blood and Regulato tho Liver-two tb
absolutely essential to health. Go
Ueinitali's Templo of Health, and get a
of Blood and Liver Pills. Sept :
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
JUST IN AT
_C. F. JACKSON'S, j
BUG" in tho Cigar that, in spile ol compe?
tition, has gained mtparullch d reputa?
tion, i ho "Indian Girl" ia also proud ot an
To offor to Smokers tho "Premium Star"
.Smoking Tobacco. A trial will convince; you
tbat it hau its proper name. Tho attention of
Chewers i* called to a large stock of Chewing
Tobacco, that will bc Bold to dealers at a
short advance of factory price.
Orders solicited. 6. J. FERRY.
MTO an approved tenant, I will rent (he
"Walker EJouso," situated on Upper
Boundary street. Apply t<?
Sept 'JO " H. ONE ALF.. Jr..
STORE-ROOM, cornir of Main and
..::_}Laurel streets, now occupied by J. S.
""'"?'"?Chambers. 1'oaaenainii given immedi?
ately. Apply tu AUTHUR *' BOONE,
Sept PJ ND. J Law Hanno.
MSTORE-ROOM, Exchange House
llui'ding, Main street, recently oe upied
by F. CardMrelli. Apply to
A UT HUH A- BOONE, No. 2 Law Range.
MTHE HOUSE and LOT. on Piekeni
ht ree t, belonging tu thu Estate of Mrs
Kept S EDWIN J. SCOTT. Executor.
mTHAT Urge and commodious STORI
now occupied by Moanru. Porter A Steele
Possession given the lrt of October,
l'or tor ms, inquire of G. DIERCKS.
Aug 24 _
APLANTATION in Sumter County, knowi
as the bradford Springs Place. It con
tains 753 acres of land, fifteen miles (ron
Sumter C. H. und uhuut the ?ame diatane
from Camden. For particulars and term*
apply.to Messrs BI.ANDING&. RICHARDSON
Attorneys at Law, Sumter C. H. Sept 1
A Valuable Tract of Land For Sale.
rV\H E subscriber offei s for sale his PLANTA
JL Tl ON, near Abbeville Court House, par
of it within the corporate limit? of the towt]
lt contains 3150 acics of land, seventy-five? <
which is good cret-k bottom. On il i- aeon:
fort able Dwelling House, (Hn House, and al
necessary out-buildiugs; also, r. Vint-yard i
Sctipperiiung Grapes of seven acree, in fu
hearing, wiih a stone House, Cellar, und ?.
appliances for making wine-, and a tine collei
lion of Fruit Trees. It. b. HOWIE,
Seul 1 Abbeville C H.. S. C.
Valuable Rea! Estate for Sale.
IOFFF.lt for !-.i!c my FARM, consisting ?
about lu's acres, situated just outside <
city limits, on both s-ilia ol'Charlotte Hai
road. The place contains a comfortab
Dwelling and iluo Otit-buildiiigs, and ?or
Crain ami l'rnck Farm cannot bu snrpnasei
Thia property, from its nearness io the ci:
.iud its facilities lor Hilvanen.i tut r.ud il
provemetit, i? verv desirable.
Aug 2H Imo " lAMKSJI.RLACK.
To Columbia Merchants.
Tili: UNION TIM KS, published by lt. :
Stokes, st Union Court House, < il' i?
the Columbia merchants a good liioaiiu
through its advertising cfdninns, for s< curb
lite trail.- of one ol the most solvent at
liberal U'lyiity Counties iii thu s-ate. 'I !
crops of Union County art excellent, and
large tra.ie may lie expected from it.-< citixei
Teimsof advertising m-ider-ttc. St?pt 1"
Notice to Delinquent Tax-Payers.
Orrifi: ( riv CI.KRK.
Coi.VMlUA. S. C., Septeml.i r Iii, 1*72
ALL men, ree ?deni H of the oily, beute
the a^es ol eighteen and lilly years, (,<
cept liruint'ii.) are required hy ordinance
pay a piree*, lax ol three dollars (??>) per
ur work oui the same i n Hu streets. This
to notify alldeliuqneiits, that if said tax ?M i
paid li- fore Hie lirst day of October, the pi
tie? will be summoned ari l required to Wi
on the streets, subject to orders of tho Mri
Overseer. Ry order of tho Mayor.
Sept 12 JHIAK. BARNUM. City Clerk
J I?. CA H HOLL. CUABLim F. J ANN KY
CARROLL & JANNEY,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
COLUMBIA, S. C.
8eptl Office on Law Range. lm
LeRoy F. Yonmans, Attorney at La
co LUM ni A, s. v.
OFFICE Law Rango, Bauskott's buildii
Yonmans & Sheppard,
Attorney* at Laxo, X?ye?ela, 8. C.
LER. F. Y0UMAN8. JNO C. 3HEPPA1
Aug 27 _ Cm
PIGS* FEET HOUSED,
CHOICE G OH H EN BUTTER.
All fresh and for sale low for cash hv
Junol? HOI*K ft OYLEi
Cow for Sale.
__fj?mS_ A GOOD MILKER, with a
heifer CALF. Apply at Pun
Tl lt office._ Sept :
1FORTY-SAW COTTON OIN, with C
DENHAM, m Kim fact tired by Hornee
Emory, HS good ns new, having been i
used a few wueks. Will bo sold at a suer!
by _ JOHN AON KW A so
.}(\(\ ?-B8. superior quality. For salt
?UU I-F HOPE .V GYLE
Ohatsworth Female Institute,
Ab. 1^8 trank in street,
HISS A. E. MASSON, Principal,
MUS. C. E. ENOELHHECMT,
(for merl j of Belle Heven Instituto,
Columbia: S. C.,) Vice-Principal.
This school will rc-opcn SEP
TEMUER 10. Tho building and
grounds ero apacious, location high and
healthy, conrao of study extensive, and in
Both the Principal and Vico-Principal bavo :
hail much experience itt educating and train*
ins the young. Tho entire expongo per an?
num of a hoarding pupil, including English
tuition, one other language and Vocal Music,
i'oji). Music. Languages and other extras
mod?rate. Tor circulara addreaa tho Princi?
pal. Aug so ti.r?_
rpm: larg-i-t stock of READY-MADE
CLOT IHN O r.t retail in the State.
Everything in the way 6f
S. mic our own styles.
A new fui.turo ia the Daguerrcan Gallerv i
former!v occupied bv Messrs. Weam A Bis. I
fitted up for our Custom Trade, and lilied ?
with tho choicest
FRENCH AND ENGLISH
CASSIM ERES AND VESTINGS
Which we are making order, under a gua- !
ranice to please. I
R. & W. C. SWAiTIELD. I
Philadelphia and SontiiF.ni
HAIL STEAMSHIP LINE'
TO WII.MINCiTO.V, v. c.
IS fontpond nf two llr-l niass STEAM
SI.11 I'S, ni SOO lona ? itch; sailing from euch
port every WEDNESDAY. Through rates to j
all l'i-iiily South and South-west a?, low ns by
ans utlier route, insurance one-half pt r com. ;
Prompt ami certain dispatch niven, lor,
ra * i s i*!, gi liera! merchandize, cotton, rdit et?
il:..', A . . upnlj to
W. L. .?AMTS, Co noral Agent. :
WORTH A V. ORTH, Agents,
Wilmington, N. C.
A. POPE, 0,.ii'| Fi, ighl Agent
W , '. ,'i V. !'.., Wilmington, N. C. !
Si '.it l-l :lll|OS
Imp?t taut lor Reference. .
J. W. & K. Chisholm & Co., I
Importers and manufacturers, t
OFFER to the trade thc largest stock nf
Human ami Imitation HAIR GOODS,
FANCY HOODS, JEWELRY, LACK GOODS, |
etc , tint can bu found in New York city
Send tor sample parcel. 447 BROADWAY. "
Sept 7 Imo
J HO CASES CANNED GOODS,
-?\ )\J loo boxes CANDY,
50 boxea SOAP,
200 barrels FLOUR,
100 barrels Whiskey,
100 dozen Axes,
200 dozen Pocket-Knives,
100 dozen pairs Trace Chains,
100 dczou Door and Pad-Locks,
100 bundles Tios,
100 bales Bagging.
For sale to-day, at Now York prices an I car
riago, having been purchased mainly bofore
the late inflated prices.
L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't contain Cococulus Indiens Fisb
Borries to make sl#?i>nvor headache.
Ale! Ale! Ale!
?) yr DOZ. CKO ION ALF., very superior
50 doz. M ch wen's Ale, very supt rior quolL
tv. Just received and for sain bv
'July !. .JOHN A(;NKW ,V SON.
Our friend of the Christian Mefghhor says
that people vvlm complain of dull times don't
advertise. Make known your complaints.
This is Ileiliitsh'a plan. Make known your
comtdaints; Heiid'sh In's a renn dv--the
BLOOD AND Ll ?'Ell PILLS, the beal family
pill ever ma h .
TUE seventh year of my School
will commence on TUESDAY, Oe
itiouer 1, and continuo niue months,
""divided into two equal sessions of I
four and a half months each, ter?
minating ou 1 Uh February and
30th Juno, 1873. Pupils received and charged
by tho session. All tho branches of a sub?
stantial and fashionable education taught ac?
cording to tho most improved systems.
Drawing and Painting by a lady, a well-known
artiste of this city. Singing taught to the
whole school without, extra charge.
ACIABJ of boya will bo taught in tho aller
noons, in English, Classics and Mathematica.
Applv al corner Pickeus and Tavlor stroetB.
Sept 13 tt/0 _W. INI U I-T^EJt .
COLUMBIA MALE ACADEMY.
Classical mut Mull? enmt lenl .Scliool.
THE next session will begin on
TUESDAY,October 1. Tho studies
?embrace a full high school course,
j including 1 rench.
Thc grounds of tho Academy,
which comprise four acres, havo
recently been enclosed, thus securing to the
pupils tho uninterrupted uso of their play?
ground. Other improvements will soon be
made, with tho view of affording thcmeveiy
facility for taking healthful exercise.
For "terms, otc, apply to tho undersigned,
at tho Academy. HUGH S. THOMPSON,
Sept 10 tuths 10_Principal.
New Books ! New Books !
THE VICAR'S DAUGHTER. Rv George
McDonald. SI 50.
The Doctor's Daughter. Rv Sophio Mav,
"At tho Rack of thc North Wind." Dy Geo.
Fit? Hugh St. Clair, tho South Cnrolina Re?
bel hoy. liv Mrs. Sallie F. Chapin. ?1.50.
Lord Kilgobbin. Ry Charles Lever. $1.
Tho Golden Lion of Grampcre. Dy Antho?
ny Trolloppo. 75o.
Ethel Mild may's Follies. 75c.
.'Ombra." Ry Mrs. Oliphant. 75c.
Ami other late publications, just received
and tor sale at publishers prices, at
lt. L. DR VAN'S
Attg 30 Bookstore.
A CHANCE F0K ALL !
GREAT B A 1! G A I X S
W. D. LOVE & CO.'Si
JN anticipation of removing in .September
to o:ir large-aud commodious NEW STOKE,
ir? tl i Wheeler Building, corner of Main aud
Plain streets, wo will close out our present
stock at unprecedented LOW TRICES.
Bargains ;:: nil classes of Gooda
W. I). LOVE A CO.
W. D. LOVE, 1
!.. :.. MoOitEEi-T. .' July ll _
Selling1 Out Below Cost.
/ < KN I S WALKING CANES, at all prices;
VX" '.Vom 50 cents upward;-.
Initial and Monogram Press.
E. R STOKES
S a now preps rei!, with a Press and apper<
i taiiiiociitH. ?o manufacturo INITIAL PA?
PEi: and ENVELOPES to order, embossed
and in colors, of all sizes HMI quality.
Keeps const ant Iv in storr ?i full ttocl: of
Fniiitj and staple' STA I ON ERY, BLANK
BOOKS, Kaney Articles an;! all coeds pertain?
ing toa first class Stationen House.
rruiE SPEAK EU'S COMMENTARY, t y Dish
L oi"1 and other Clergy of (he Anglican
Church. Ved. I. 3"). <
Aunt Jane's Hero, by Author of Stepping
Hannah, a new Novel. Kv Miss Millich. 50c.
.Tanll_ DUFFIE ft CHAPMAN.
Butter, Cheese, &c.
rpUUS choice GOSHEN BUTTER,
J. boxes choice Goshen Cheese,
1,000 pounds Rrcaklast Strips.
10 barrels Pi-arl Grist and Big Homisy.
All fresh and tor salo hy
Julv 10 _n0i?'^OYL?_SJ_
Choice Family Flour.
PT fi BARRELS SrilICTLY PRIME, for
t)U sale at reduced rates.
AtiKUst 10_HOPE A OYLES.
Selling Out Below Oost.
LADIES' WRITING DES KS, Jewel Cases
?nd Traveling Companions.
Selling Ont Below Cost.
FINE JET SET-ontv 50 cents-at
IMA A?' r-Ui.ZflACBEB'S.
">nn NEVV FLOUR, of all grades,
? \ fU for sub- at crestlv reduced prices,
bv JOHN AGNEW * SON.
NEW sugar-enred HAMS,
?moknrt R.-ef. for stile low. HOPE ft GYLES.
American Club FiBh.
>\'.'ir???? A DELICIOUS relish : better
anil much cheaper than Sardines. Forsale
by HOPE ft OYLES.
Look Our for K. K.'S!
Mandi 28 .JOHN c. SEEGERS^
A whole family cured of bilintianesa with
ono liitx of lleinitali's blood and Liver Pills.
This > cheap pra'.'ti-.'c How itV Why. the
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
F.XKCCT1VE l'l PA Bl MKNT.
IM pursuance ot an Act of Hie (Jeli? ra
Assembly, approved March 1,1870, <uti
tled "An Act providing for the general elec?
tion ami the manner of conducting the Barrio,"
amended by an Act a ppm vi d March 12, 1872,
an election'Will be held in the sevorai Ooun
lien of thin Stati ou the TH I KD WEDNES?
DAY, being thc lGtli day, of October, for tho
following State, Legislative, County and
Congressional officers, to servo for the nexfc
two and four yearn, as provided by tho State
Constitution and Acts of CongresB or tho
United States, to wit: Governor, Liootpnaut
Govemor, Attorney-General, Secretary cf
State, State Treasurer, Comptroller-General.
Superintendent of Education, Adjutant anti
Inspector-General, members of tho General
Assembly, Solicitors in the several Judicial
Circuits, and tor tho various County offices,
together with one member of Congre s i to
represent the Stato ut large, and Representa?
tives ill the respective Congrcasional Dis?
At the said election, the fnllowinR amend?
ments to the Stato Constitution will bc sub?
mitted tn thc votera for ratificltlon or rt jee
tion, to wit: . , i
1st. Amendment relating lo chango of
time of holding general elections.
Slrik? out all ot that ponton of Section ll
of Article II, following thc words "eighteen
hundred and seventy," occurring in the
fourth and fifth lines, and iuBert tho follow?
ing: "And forever thereafter, on tho first
Tuesday following tho fir?* Monday i? No?
vember", in uvery aec.,nd year, ia such manner
and at such' placet tvs the Legislature mayo
provide." The Manlier f*r .". iug on tbi?>
amendment ahall he as folk . Hmso iuirvrer
of tho amendment shall deposit a ballot with
thc following words writ ten or priutodtbereon: -.
"Constitutional Amern ment- le?." 'Iha.?e op?
posed to said amendment shall caut a ballot
with tlie following words written or print ad .
thereon: "Constitutional Am<Pndmcnt-?2fp."
2d. Amendment relating to tho further fn
creaso of tho cubbo debt of tho Slate, a? fol?
lows: Article XVI-"To tho end that tho pub
; lie debt of South Carolina may hot hereafter
bo increased without thc due consideration
and freo consent of tho people of the State.,
the General Assembly ia hereby forbidden f>j
creato any further debt or obligation, either
hy thc loan of tho credit of the Stftte. by gua?
rantee, endorsement or otherwise, except for
the ordinary and current business ot tho
State, without first submitting tho queetion
aa to the creation of any such new debt, gua
! ranice, endorsement, or loan of tho credit, to
i the people/of thia State, St a general election;
I and unless two-thirds of tho qualified voters
of thia State voting on the question skull bo
in favor of a further debt, guarantee, en
! doieemuittpcloan of this credit, none shall
I bo created or made."
j The manner of voting on this amendment
1 ahall bo aj? follows:
j Thoso in favor of the amendment shall de
I poeit a ballot with the following words written
.or printed thereon: "Constitutional Amcnd
I mentffArttele A'VI-Yes."
Those opposed to theamendmont shall casi"
I a ballot, with the following words written or
I printed th'-reon: "Constitutional Amendment,
Article A" VJ-?Yu "
I All bar-rooma aud drinking saloons shall b<?
i closed on tho day of election, and any person
I who (hallsell any intoxicating drinks on tho
I day of election, shall be guilty of a misde?
meanor, and, on conviction thereof, shall be
Sued in a tsu:n not lesa than ono bnndred dol
1 lars, or be imprisoned for a period not lees
i than one month, nor more than six months.
I Tho Commissioners and Manager" of Elec?
tion, and each ol them, are hereby required,
with strict regard to the provisions of the
'Constitution and lana id the State, touching
. their duly in such cast-, to cause; such elec?
tions to be bold in their respective Opuniiea
on the d..y aforesaid, and to take all neee-s
? sary stet's !or the holding of such elections,
! amt (or the ascertaining and determining tho
I persons w bo shall hu-ve tii?ii only elected tl cro?
at, according to the nih. s. j i ineiph s :.nd j.i < -
! visions, prescribed by thc Act and amendniriit
! thereto, aforesaid.
j lu testimony whereof, I have hereunto pe t
my hand and caused the Great Seal ol'
thc State to bo affixed, at Columbia,
[t.. s.] the 10th ?lay of September, A. D. 1872,
i and in the uiuetx-soventh year ot the
Independence of thu United States ol
A mei icu. HORE RT K. SCOTT,
j F. L. CARD? 7. ?, Secretary of state.
' St pt 18
I' FOR CASH !
I $10,000! $10,000!
CWIII AI MTS!
AT COST .4SI) TRAXSPORTAT?OX
To make room
For Our Fall Stock.
KIN ARD & WIL?TT.
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
July 2* _ _
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE:
WK claim to havo one of the fines-t
stocke of WATCHES, of all best Eug
_link, Swiss and American makers. With
I Diamonds und other tine Jewelry, onr s*orl
I is largo, and we arp going to self tho Goode
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in af
branches, by the best of workmen
NovlO Formerly Olo/.e A Radcliffe.
Sellin? Out at mid Below Coat
"\f"Y entire stock, consisting of DIAMONDS,
lvJL WATCHES, Chains. Jewelry, Silvor
War.'. Plated Ware, Clerks.
Au r IO ISA KO SULZBACHEIt.