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ELECTION ANNOUNCEMENTS Intended for pub?
lication In TBS NEWS, must, in all cases, be paid
for in advance.
PERSONAL.-General Wade Hampton has re?
turned to his home m Columbia, and ls said to be
looking remarkably well.
THE PHOSPHATE TRADE.-Tbere are now ten
^f^ssels, of an aggregate carrying capacity of
8750 tons, loading with phosphates at the va?
rious works on Bull River.
Music os THE BATTERY.-The Phoenix Brass
Band will perform as usnal on the Battery this
evening, commencing at 6 o'clock. The public ls
invited to attend.
DIVINE SERVICE ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.- The
Very Rev. Dr. Bermingham will officiate to-mor?
row, Sunday, in the Catholic Church on the is?
land. Mass will be commenced at 7 o'clock in the
morning, and instructions immediately after.
PARDONED_The Governor has pardoned
the rioters lately convicted in Marion. They have
so recently been tried and convicted, that the
Governor must have sent their pardon to Rings
ville to greet them on their arrival at that station,
for they have hardly had time to get to Columbia.
THE CAROLINA BASE BALL CLUB.-At the an?
niversary meeting of the Carolina Base Ball Club
the following officers were eluted for the ensuing
year: W. S. Prince, president; J. E. Thomas,
vice-president; C. E. Sch nay, secretary and treas?
urer; T. J. Melvin, captain first nine; James Mel
v.# and G. Schlffly, directors.
THE "POCKET CORN SHELLER.**-This is a
simple and cheap bnt exceedingly handy instru?
ment, or which Mr. C. N. Averill (see advertise?
ment) ls owner or the patent right In North Caro?
lina and Lower South Carolina If anybody
doubts its value, let bim send for a sample and.
try lt, and he will at once "acknowledge the
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD COM?
MA ANY.-stockholders In this company are remind?
ed that this ls the last day the treasurer will be at
the office of Messrs. campbell & Seabrook, Broad
street, to receive the fourth and last instalment
on the eight per cent, bonds. Parties interested
will do well to avail themselves of the present op
I. 0. 0. P.-At a regular meeting of Schiller
Lodge, No. 30, I. o. o. F., held on the 2d
inst., toe following officers were duly Installed In
their respective offices: 0. Zerpel, N. G. ; R. Roth
Y. G. ; Th. Henrichson, Rec. Sec. ; John Heesemann
Treas.; W. Arnholter, W.; A.Faulbler, C.;F. Puck
haber, R. S. to N. G.; H. Tletjen, L. S. to N. G.; H,
Rosebrock, A. G. T.;T. Rosebrock, J. G.; J. Hels.
8enbnttel, R. S. S.; D. Kof'mann, L.S. S.
CLUBS AND STARS_Daniel Drayton, lodged
on the charge of stealing $5 in currency from M,
Callahan, is held for examination.
Tony Boston, arrested for being one of the per
sons engaged In robbing Mr. Wehrmann's store at
the corner of Laurens street and East Bay, was
turned over to a trial justice.
?r&L fc Smith, picked up from the sidewalk In
King street, while he was lying in a state of in?
toxication, and brought to the Guardhouse in the
city wagon, was sent to the Almshouse.
To KEEP THE PEACE.-Ex-Major Samuel
Dickerson was yesterday arrested, and brought
before Trial Justice John G. Mackey, charged
with ottering menaces against, and threatening
to take the life of a certain colonel of the N.
G. s. c., who, the major says, was Instrumental
In depriving him of his commission just before
the parade on the 4th. The major was Immedi?
ately released upon his giving bonds In the sum
of $?00, with good freehold security, to keep the
t THE PALMETTO GUARD RIPE CLUB.-At the
anniversary meeting tills organization, held on
Thursday evening, at Archy's aall, the following
officers were reelected to serve fd? the ensuing
year: President, C. R. Holmes; vice-Pr esl ut.its,
Benj. 0. Webb, Charles Kerrison, Jr., J. H. Sim*
mons, E. W. Macbeth; Ensign, Chas. J. Colcock,
Jr.; Secretary and Treasurer, A S. Douglas; Rifle
Master, R. E. Screven; Wardens, M. W. Wlgg, J.
J. Anderson, R. B. Simons, vice W. F. Rice, de
dined, J. s. Deveaux; Directors, J. (I. Edwards,
vice S. G. Pinckney, decided, Rall. T, X"*'*-, w
W. Houston, P-f.M.tH^ '
SUPREME COURT.-From the Phoenix of yes?
terday we have the following proceedings of the
Supreme Court on Thursday:
This court convened at 10 A. M. Present
Chief Jnstlce Moses and Associate Justices Willard
Judgments were rendered in the following
R. s. Gilliam vs. W. S. McJunkin. Order of cir?
cuit judge affirmed and motion dismissed. Opin?
ion by Wright, A. J.
J. J. Blackwood and J. S. Harris, executors, vs.
William J. Ciawson. Motion dismissed. Opinion
by Wright, A. J.
Charles R. Brewster vs. Henry Williams. Judg?
ment below reversed and a new trial ordered.
Opinion by Wright, A. j.
T. L. Bolow vs. C. 0. Witte. Reargument or?
dered j>er curtam.
The court adjourned until Friday at 10 A. M.
THE .ETNA RECEPTION_The members and
friends of the .Etna Steam Fire Company, togeth?
er with their children, will be entertained this
afternoon and evening, at the hall over the en?
gine house, with a social reception. The festivi?
ties will begin at 4 o'clock, and end at ll o'clock
in the evening, and from the character of their
hosts, the guests may count with certainty upon
a delightful evening. Whatever 1B worth delng,
the -Etnas take a pride in doing in the best style,
and all who witnessed their triumph on the Held
at the last annual parade, and the immense suc?
cess of the subsequent evening entertainment and
promenade concert at their hail, w?u give a hearty
aye to this. The life-like portrait of Mr. E. F.
Sweegan, the ex-president cf the company, will
be on exhibition daring the evening. The like?
ness ls admirable,' and as an oil painting, the por?
trait reflects the highest credit upon the talented
artist, Robert Curtis, Esq., of this city.
THE ELECTION for Mayor and Aldermen of
this city will take place on the first Wednesday in
August, which ls the 2d. Sheriff E. W. M. Mackey,
Norman Montgomery and R. S. Bruns, constitute
the board of commissioners of election appointed
jtj the Governor for Charleston Connty, and
under the act lt wul be their, duty to appoint
three managers for every precinct in the city.
Owing to the confusion incident to au election,
and the disturbances which frequently occur at
crowded polls, it ls the intention of the board to
open several new polls In the crowded precincts
The act also provides that for three days pre viona
to the election, the polls shall be opened in each
precinct for the purpose or registering the names
of all qualified voters in the precincts, to act as a
guide to the managers during the election. It ls
understood that the boara will shortly address a
communication to the city attorney, and get his
opinion on the cnbject of registration, and the
manner of conducting the election.
A NEST OF THIEVES.-The confession ol
Tony Boston has brought to light the existence or
a regular gang of thieves in the city, and the de?
tectives were busy yesterday collecting stolen
property and bagging such of the gang as could
be found. Robt. Washington waa arrested for
being actively engaged In the Wehrmann robbery,
tte being a strong negro man and acting as por?
ter on the occasion. Jno. Edwards was also ar?
rested for being a participant In the robbery of
Hr. 0. J. Myers's store in Calhoun street. Two
demijohns of whiskey and one of ^n, six bottle?
cf brandy, five hams, some bacon, and several
cana of lard were recovered, and being Identified
hy Mr. Wehrmann as his property, were restored
to Mm. several empty cases, which formerly
contained Mr. Meyers's goods, were also discov?
ered. Among the plunder was a silver teaspoon,
marked with.the initials "H. M. S." Thin, m all
probability, will elucidate another mystery, and
serve to identify the patties as the robbers on atm
*aac mer occasion.
DEATH OF CAPTAIN GRIFFITH.-Captain Ellis
Griffith, master of the British brig Sir Robert
Mcclure, died at the Pavilion Hotel, in this city,
abont half-past ll o'clock last Thursday night.
Several weeks ago, the brig had been cleared for
sea, bat got aground on the bar, and was helped
off by the steamer Emilie. This accident, and
the expenses attending the repairs necessary for
the brig, together with the subsequent suit In?
stituted In the Admiralty Conrt for salvage by
the steamer, were the sources of much anxiety,
and proved very harassing to the captain. Thurs?
day he was at the United states Court attending
to the suit, and In the afternoon he was ont ap?
parently in good health. About a quarter to 9
o'c'ock, a servant summoned to his room by the
ringing or the bell found him speechless. Medi?
cal aid was quickly called, but he^expired at
hair-past ll o'clock, according to thephyslclan'a
opinion, of congestion of the lungs. His lu era:
took place at the hotel yesterday, and the body
was Interred in Magnolia Cemetery. The flags of
the British Consola e and shipping hung at half
mast as a token or respect.
THE UNITED STATES COURT.-The District
Court was opened at ll o'clock yesterday morn?
ing, Hon. Geo. S. Bryan presiding.
The grand jnry returned into court with a true
bill against James Erwin, for retailing liquor with
out a license, and no bills against A. Hannahan,
Wm. Rlstlg, L. L?tzen and R. W.Walsh, each hav?
ing been separately indicted for the same offence.
The petit Jarles were organized as follows:
Jury No. 1-J. St. J. Pringle, foreman; James B.
Howard, Charleston; Job Mazyck, Georgetown;
John Schmidt, Charleston; Thomas Berry, Colum?
bia; Henry Cardoza, Camden; Wm. Wall, Hains
boro'; Arthur Bright, Cheraw; Wm. Willcocks
Orangeburg; j. Reeves Gibbes, John Gordon and
J. P. Foley, Charleston.
Jury Nc. 2-A. W. Burnett, Charleston, foreman ;
Warren Menton, H. S. Heise, Columbia; W. B.
Mitchell, Robert Houston. Charleston; J. C. Pels
otto, Wm. Mlshaw, Columbia; W. W. Wingate, E.
G. Schwartz, Albeit O'Neill, and James Cosgrove,
Charleston; Philip Harlley, Georgetown.
Supernumeraries-W. S. Chlsolm, C. G. Carsten,
F. M. Johnstone, S. D. Shannon.
The United States vs. George F. McIntyre.
Tampering with ballot-boxes. Case having been
not. pressed by the district attorney, the defen?
dant was discharged.
The United States vs. Jos. M. Wilder. Opening
letters and robbing the United States malls at
the Pineville postoffice, South Carolina The de?
fendant pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to
two years' Imprisonment m the county jail of ]
The United States vs. James Erwin. Retailing
liquor without a license. Bench warrant ordered
against the defendant to bring bim in court for
The petition or Frederic ': Schlegelmllch, of Lex
lng County; for voluntary bankruptcy, was refer
ed to Register C. G. Jaeger for adjudication.
The gt ind Jury (George F. Kinloch, Esq., fore?
man,) arero then finally discharged, after making
the follow .ug presentment:
The grand jury present to this honorable conrt
that they visited tbe jail at the request or the '
iudge, and would respectfully report that they j i
have carerully examined all the departments ol f
the Jail, and would present the hospital as a mat?
ter needing reform, from the fact, that the sick
prisoners are lying on the floor with only a blancet
nader them, whilst there a-e six good Iron bed- I j
steads plied np In a corner <r the room, which
are perfectly useless for the want or mattresses
Tor them, and would, therefore, recommend that
proper rtaitresaes should be famished for the
ase of the sick in the hospital. Another matter
we would bring to the notice of the coan ls that
we wire Informed by the jailor that nourishments 11
for the sick patients are not furnished, he being t
inly authorized to famish meat, grist and
meal, and when any nourishment was required
tor the sick lt had tobe fa.nuhed by the jailor or
ila wile, at their own expense; which fact we
wing to the notice or the honorable cur.rt, being
ronvinced as we are that it ls not the desire or in
:entlon or the Unl'id States Goveromenr that any
)f Us prisoners should ev der for the want cr what
s actually necessary foi r hem to have. The Jailor
nforms us tbs", he is not authorized to furnish
Nothing, which ?o?ne lbn very much nerd, und
ipon inquiring we bate '.teen Informed that it ls I i
he duty or the mai"'ul. and would respect ruby
eqnest that lt should ne I rooghtto his notice.
The grand Jury WOL.U t jre take the opportunity
if recommending to tho clemency of tue Fxecu- I ]
ive the prisoner Joseph M. Wilder, sentenced
hlB day by your HOD or for mall robbery. We
ronld, In consideration of his youth and other
extenuating tacts proved before us whilst con<-ld
Tine his case, recummend him to trie clemency
if the President of the United states.
THE COTTON CROP IS FLORIDA.-The follow
og are extracts rrom letters received by a factor
.g? house of this city:
. WALDO, FLA., July 1. U
m- . rains almost every day. The crop has I '
^proved a little since my last.
JOLY 4.-Up to this time we have had too much
ala for cotton: but the ratas are getting lignter;
md if we should have a favoraule fad, and no
aierpillars.the crops may turn out very well;
mt without a great improvement In the cotton c
:rop, there win not be as much long cotton made (
n this State as last year, if the rains continue
is they have been for the last month, the cotton e
:rop u bound to be very light. The cotton has t
mt fruited as well this year as lt did last, and we
bink lt ls ou account of so much rain; the weed
s large enough, but their Is but Utile irait. You
teed not expect as much sea island cotton the
iresent season ss the one t Core.
A GOOD SUGGESTION.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
In view of the nomination of suitable per
ions to be elected as school commissioners at the
ipproaching Municipal contest, we respectfully
inggest to the delegates rrom Ward No.' 6 the
tame of the Hon. William Aiken.
This ls a gentleman peculiarly qualified for the
ugh and responsible position or Behool commis*
iloner. As one or our largest taxpayers, he
'eels a lively Interest in the proper and. judicious
expenditure of the public money, AS a trustco
jr the Peabody Education ai Fund, he wields no
Ittle Influence in the educational Interests or the
masses; and, as an upright and public spirited
iltlzen, he would be, ir elected, "the right man
in the right place." EDUCATION.
THE SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS AND
a Card from tue Chairman of the Board.
CHARLESTON, July 7.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
My attention has been called to a communi?
cation by "Civis" in THE NEWS of the 4th inst., lu
which he brings my uame before the public for a
purpose, at the Burne time manfully concealing
his own. He complains that the city board or
school commissioners ha? refused to accord to
the teachers of the schools "a privilege for which
there ls a precedent, lt having been granted by a
previous board to* the chairman of the exh-Ung
board"-a statement, by the way, quite incor?
rect. I do not propose to discuss the somewhat
querulous article of "Clvis" further than to say,
that the law from which the present board or
commissioners derive their powers makes no
provision, nor gives no authority whatever, for
permitting the use or the public school houses for
other than public school parp' .3.
The question for consideration ls not whether a
former board had authority or not to grant the
privilege referred to, but what are the powers
and duties of the present board under existing
laws; A competent legal adviser or the chair?
man clearly Indicated that a compliance with law
allowed no discretion to the board m this mat?
ter, bat constrained them to the Bingle course or
action by them adopted, aad which course I am
confident was by no means In conformity with
tho personal wishes and feelings of the commis?
sioners on the subject.
Twelve months or unremitting and vexatious
labors by the board to sustain the schools, and
fully to compensate the Instructors, and that,
too, without a dollar at command, ls a sufficient
reply to the pitiful innuendo of "Civis," that an
expression or bympathy towards the teachers
"was a mere form of words; a shadow without
the substance." J. D. GEDDINGS,
Chairman City Board or School Commissioners.
MARK TOUR CLOTHING !-Order your Stencil
Plates at the Hasel street Bazaar. octu-s
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ia now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
Dusiness cards printed thereon, at-$4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
easiness mon should have his card printed on
GROSS INJUSTICE TO PILOTS.
CHARLESTON, S. C., Joly 7.
TO TBE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
In the daily papers of this date appears an
advertisement from the chairman or the Board
Commissioners of Pilotage or this city, suspend?
ing Edward My ott for the space of twelvemonths,
for the alleged offence of being absent without
leave, and George R.Wilson, for the alleged offence
of neglect or duty, for twelve monthB also. Now,
Mr. Editor, ih neither of the cases mentioned by
the chairman or the commissioners has any
offence been committed or law violated. As to
the charge or being absent without leave, the
facts of the case areas follows: Edward Myott,
wishing to go to Florida for the summer, to get
work for the support of his family, for his avoca?
tion would not support his family for the summer
months at Charleston, gave notice in writing or
bis intention of leaving the State to the chairman,
Captain Habenlcht, as required by law. Now, if ?
the law requires a pilot to give notice of being ab?
sent and he gives said notice, ho- he can be said
to be absent without leave is very hard to under?
In regard to the case of George F.. Wilson, ne?
glecting duty, these are the facto : The bark An?
nie Kimball was brought In by Wilson m April. On
the first day or June, Wilson went aboard of the
Kimball and asked for the captain. Thc chief
mate was In carge, the captain being absent. The
chief mate stated to Wilson that the bark could not
possibly be ready to clear on Saturday. Now any
boy whoever saw salt water, knows that when
the captain is cot on board, the chief mate is in
charge, and responsible for everything. Wilson
knowing the bark would not be ready on Satur?
day, went to sea on Friday, and returned on Sat
urdoy.at 4 P. M., and went aboard of the Kimball,
when tonis astonishment he found that thc cap?
tain, by order of Captain Habenlcht, had pro?
cured another pilot. The vessel was carried ont
on Monday by S. Bringlow, but Wilson stayed
aboard. The case was brought before Trial Justice
J. G. Mackey, who decided that wilson was en?
titled to the fee, he not having neglected his duty.
By Captain Habenlcht ordering the captain of the
Annie Kimball to take another pilot, he was
obliged to pay fees to two pilots, which the cap?
tain must think very nice, and I: must tend to ad?
vance the maritime Interests of the port of
Charleston. How Captain Habenlcht can estab?
lish a charge or neglect or dnty In the face of the
legal decision of the court where the case was
tried, is certainly Incomprehensible.
Now we propose to show to the merchants,
ship-owners, shipping agents and others, the real
cause or the Injustice practiced against the colored
pilots of this city. Captain Habenlcht owns a
pilot boat which he proposes that the colored pilots
shall all go lu and give him a monopoly, for when
the law creating colored pilots was passed, they
found It difficult to get a boat suitable for their
ase. Captain Habenlcht taking advantage of their
condition, obtained one for them, but arter a few
trips, not being able to derive any support from
their calling after paying the exorbitant charges
af Captain Habenlcht, they obtained other boatB
it a reasonable rate, where the pound or flesh was
cot demanded. If Captain Habenlcht wants to
lo an act of justice, why did he not remove him?
self when he piloted (or attempted to pilot) a Bre?
men bark up to this city and towed her ashore on
Pumpkin Hui, 300 yards out or the channel. And
?ben he went about three weeks ago aboard of a
ichooner to take her out the captain refused to
wen let him come aboard, as he insisted on
?anning her Into Stono Inlet for Charleston*
iVby was he not suspended ? And the captain
ook a colored pilot, York Moultrie, instead.
GEORGE R. WILSON,
Hotel Arrivals-July 7.
HILLS DOCS E.
David Risley, R. S. Izard, Georgetown; Jos.
forgan, New York; H. Melania, Jersey City; J.
jernham and wife, Savannah.
E. W. Ferris, South Carolina; J. Alexander and
ady, Miss Sarah Alexander, Georgetown.
J. B. Ezell, Columbia; H. D. Taylor, Texas; M
?orman, Columbus- Frank Winter, Savannah; F.
I. DeSrto, wife and daughter, F. Garera.
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BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
15, $0 50 and $8 so per thousand, according to
lize, at THE NEWS Job Office.
I DESIRE to inform lue people ol Charleston
md the country that they can buy a better and
?heaper Sewing Machine from me than they can
elsewhere, and now ls the time, and No. 31 Queen
3treet ls the place, to get a first-class Sewing Ma?
chine, either new or second-hand; so come one,
come all, and let me serve you to a No. l Machine.
junio J. L. LUNSFORD.
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2. PREMATURE DECLINE IN MAN.
3. NERVOUS AND PHYSICAL DEBILITY.
4. DISEASES OF THE GENERATIVE ORGANS.
6. ABUSES OF THE NATURAL FUNCTIONS.
7. TREATMENT AND CURE.
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Dr. THUS. J. BOYKIN, or Baltimore.
Or. A. DORGAN, or Tarboro', N. 0.
Dr. J. S. SPARKS, or Nlcholasvlle, Ky.
Ur. A. F. WHEELER, or Lima, Ohio.
Dr. W. HOLLOWAY, of Philadelphia.
Ur. J. L. McuARTHA, of South Oarolina.
and many otners. See ROSADALIS ALMANAC
endorsed by Rev. DABNEY BALL, now or Mary
land Conference, formerly Chaplain m the Con?
federate Aimy or Northern Virginia.
is Alterative, Tonic and Diuretic, and acts at
one and the same time upon the BLOOD, LIVER
KIDNEYS and ail the SECRETORY OROANS. ex
pelling all Impure matter aud building up the
system to a healthy, vigorous condition.
IS SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, 1 Wholesale
GOODKICH. WI NEMAN A CO., 5 Agents in
Dr. H. BAER, ) Charleston,
?rano 30ri?? ^Distribution.
ONE MILLION ?O?^?IZRST!
By authority or a Special Act ffg^UM ?e?Sc^^iS? S 1871?<* the
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
A.T EOTJ!DSVlX?LE, KY.,
ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1871,
Under the Direction or the best, Musical Talent that can be procured.
TICKETS OF ADMISSION $10 EACH, CURRENCY; HALF TICKETS $5;
QUARTER TICKETS $2 50.
Each Ticket will have attached to it roar coupcn3 of the denomination or $2 60 each. The holder
or an en .ire ticket will be entitled to admission to the Concert, and to the whole amount or thc Gut
?w?^r.i? l? Hlot- 11x6 holder or ?-ach coupon will be entitled to admirion to the Concert, and to
one-iour.n or ine amount or such Gift as may be awarded to the whole ticket to which ltbelongn. :
J2 p??r^inRr?nd-P?i?n?,?.?i.7Dd?Concert' and Ior 1,16 beneflt of tne Pbbllc Wbrary ol Kentucky,
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT $10 EACH, CURREN Ci'.
THE CITIZENS' BANK OP KENTUCKY IS TREASURER.
t^?rf?? nf .Deux* W|U be deposited with the Citizens' Bank aubjeot enly
^mmedSra? UbMI* ^"^ed by the Business Manager!
$550,000 ITV GREENBACKS
Will be Distributed by Lot to the Holders o! Tickets in the fallowing Gifts, viz:
ONE GRAND GIFT OF._ \aioo OOO
ONE GRAND GIFT OF.I I soGOO
2ne SH6 ?i.8?5,ooo one Girt or. ?'* ooo
o?e o ft or. ao ooo one Gin or ::^v;;;:; .* f SM
one Gift of.. 19,000 One Gift or .......... . .a ooo
one Girt or.;..-.M;ooo one out of..:.:::::::::::? ::::: lioSo
2?? SM. 17,000 Ten Gilts of $1000 each. 10 ooo
One G ft of. 16,000 Firteen Girts of $900 each.13 ?oo
One Gift of.... 13.000 Eighteen Gifts of $800 each.14,400
One Girt of..-.. 14,000 Twenty Gifts of $700 each.14,000
One Gift of. 13,000 Twenty-five Glftsor $600each'..15.000
One Gift or. 12,000 Thirty Girts of $600 each.1B,000
Ono Girt of.-,. 11,000 Forty Girts or $400 each.16,000
3ne Gift of. 10,000 Forty-five Gifts of $800 each.13,500
Jne Gift of. 0,000 F.fty Glfis or $200 each.10,000
3ne Girt or. 8.0OO 446 Girts ot ? 100 each.44.600
One Gut or....:. 7,000 '
One Gift of. 0,000 721 Prizes in all.8550,000
after paying the expenses of the Enterprise, and making the Distribution of the Girts, the balance of
the proceeds arising from the sale ot TicketB wUl be appropriated to the eatabllshmefft or a
FREE LIBRARY IN LOUISVILLE, TO BE CALLED THE
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
me Concert and Distribution will take place under the Immediate supervision of the Trustees named
In the Act of incorporation, who are as fallows:
rhos. E. Bramlette, late Governor of Kentucky. I H. BL McCarty, of the Dally Ledger,
aeury Watterson, Editor Courier-Journal? j J. S. Cain, Olert Jefferson Court or Common Pleas.
W. N. Haldeman, President Courier-Journal Co. I M. V?. Clusky, Author Political Text Book.
Benjamin Casseday, of Dally Commercial. | a. T. Durrett, of the Louisville Bar.
George P. Doern, Proprietor Anzeiger.
The Trustees will be assisted by the faUowlnjr well known and eminent citizens of Kentucky, who
lave consented to be present at the Concert and to superintend the Drawing and Distribution or Gifts:
3on. J. F. Bnllltt.late Chief Justice Kentucky.
Son. H. J. Sites, Judge Jeff. Court Common Pleas.
Son. T. B. Cochrane, Chancellor Lou. Chan. Court.
Hon. H. W. Bruce. Judge Jeff. Circuit Court,
non. W. B. Hoke, Judga Jeff. County Court.
Son. J. G. Baxter, Mayor of Louisville.
Hon.T. L. Burnett, City Attorney.
Henry Wolford, City Treasurer Louisville.
Son. B. J. Webb, Senator or Kentucky.
Col. 0. c. Wharton, U. S. District Attorney.
Col. Phil. Lee, Pros. Att'y Ninth Judicial District.
Gen. J. T. Boyle, President N., H. and E. R.
Dr. T. S. Bell, Pror Med. University. Louisville.
Co). Jllson P. Johnson, Proprietor Galt House.
Hon. J. Proctor Knott, late Member Congress.
A 0. Brannln, President Louisville Board Trade
Jan* Brldgeford, President second National Bank.
Andrew uraham, Tobacco and Cotton Merchant.
OFFICERS OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
ft. T. DURRETT.President, I M; W. CLUSKY.Secretary.
W. N. HALDEMAN....vice-President. | CITIZENS' BANK.......Treasurer.
The Holders of Tickets to which Gifts are awarded wlU be paid on presentation at the office in
A liberal discount will be allowed when loo, 600 or 1000 Tickets are purchased in a lot. All orders
accompanied by remittances will be promptly attended to, and the Tickets returned by mall regis?
tered or expressed, as ordered. The undersigned, late prlnolpal business manager of the very suc
xsntnl Mercantile Library Gift Concert at San Francisco. California, has been appointed agent and
manager of the Gift Concert in aid of the Public Library or Kentucky.
The drawing will take place in public, and everything will be done to satisfy buyers or Tickets that
.heir interesta will be as well protected as if they personally superintended the entire affair.
MANNER OF DRAWING.
There will be two glass wheels. One wheel will contain 100,000 numbers, plainly printed on leather
:ags. The other wheel will contain 721 boxes, each containing a Gift. One tag or number will be
lrawu from the loo, ooo wheel, and the first box drawn from the second or 721 box wheel will contain
1 Gift, neatly printed and sealed up. and the Gift BO drawn from the second wheel will be the Gift of
be tag first drawn, whether $100, $1000 or $100,000.
Gifts win be paid on presentation of Tickets drawing such Gifts the second day after drawing,
rickets or Coupons drawing Gifts can be collected through any business or banking house in Louis
rllle, or by any Express company.
All Tickets are like greenbacks. No record being kept of Purchasers' Names, Tickets are good
inly to the Holder.
Persons desirous of acting S3 Agents for the sale of Tickets In any city in the United States or
CHAS. R. PETERS, Manager, Louisville, Ky.,
OFFICE No. 120-MAIN STREET, JOHNSON'S BLOCS.
N. B.-Buyers will note that there are only ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND TICKETS instead of TWO
1UNDRED THOUSAND, as In the SAN FRANCISCO GIFT CONCERT, and that there IS $60,000 more
References in South Carolina :
General WADE HAMPTON, General JGBN S. PRESTON, non. B. F. PERRY, Hon. W. D. SIMPSON,
?overnor M. L. BONHAM, ANDREW SI MONDS. Esq., General JOHNSON HAOOOD, Hon. G. A.
PKENHOLM, Hon. ARM1STEAD BURT, Governor^. L. MANNING, Hon. JAMES CHESNCT, Hon. J. B.
Eeferenoes in New York City :
"AUGUST BELMONT? ECO., Bankers; Hon. CHARLES O'CONOR, Counsellor-at-Law: Hon. JOHN
3. WARD, Connsellor-at-Law; Hon. ROGER A. PRYOR. Counsellor-at-Law; Colonel RICHARD LATH?
ERS, T. A. HOYT, Esq., President Gold Room; HUNT, THOMPSON A CO., Factors; ANDERSON,
STARR k CO., Merchants; PETTDS & CO.,-Merchants; F. ZOGBAUM A FAIRCHILD, Merchants.
KSOO.OOO TO BE AWARDED TO THE TICKET-HOLDERS OF THE
SERIES OF CONCERTS TO COMMENCE ON THE FIR8T OF
OCTOBER; 1871, AT THE ACADEMY OF. MUSIC,
CHARLESTON, S. C., ON WHICH DAY
THE DRAWING COMMENCES.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSOCIATION, UNDER THE AUSPICES
jfthe "South Carolina state Agricultural and Mechanical Society," will give a series or concerta
it the Academy or Music, Charleston, S. C., commencing October 1st, 1871, far the purpose
it raising a fund to enable Emigrants to settle upon lands selected by the Association for Homes
)f Northern and European Farmers and others, in the State of South Carolina, and far their
transportation thither and support far the first year.
150,000 SEASON TICKETS OF ADMISSION, AND NO MORE,
AT FIVE DOLLARS' EACH. '
ALL THE PREMIUMS. INCLUDING DEED AND CERTIFICATE OF- TITLE TO ACADEMT
OF Music, will be deposited with the National Bank of the Republic, Kew York.
$500,000 IN GIFTS !
1st Gift-ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Charleston, S. C., cost to build $230,000, having an annual
rental of about $20,000, from Opera House, Stores and Halls; the building being
about 230 reet by 80 reet, and situated corner or King and Market streets, In the
centre of the city, and well known to be the finest building and most valuable
property in Charleston, valued at.8?50,ooo
Id GUV-Caeh. I00?00?
id Girt-cash. as.coo
itu Gift-Cash. .. 10,000
5th Gift-Cash. 3>000
26 Girts-Cash-each $1000. ?5,000
a Gifts-cash-each $500... ?a.soo
360 Girts-Cash-each $100..-. 35,000
260Gifts-Cash-each $60. 13,500
500 Gifts-Cash-each $26. 12,500
1250 Gilts-Cash-each $10. 12,500
2404 Gifts, amounts, to.$500,000
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO.,
Agents S. C. Land and Immigration Association,
General M. C. BUTLER, ) ? 0 "
JOHN CHADWICK, Esq., [ CHARLESTON, S. C.
Seneral M. W. GARY, )
AGENTS WASTED-LIBERAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED.
Comrnissioners and Snpervisors of Drawing:
General A R. WRIGHT, of Georgia.
General BRADLEY T. JOHNSON, of Virginia.
Colonel B. H. RUTLEDGE, of South Carolina.
Hon. ROGER A. PRYOR, ol New York.
A. FAJ.TL A2ST> COMMENDABLE SCHEME I
CHARLESTON, & C., May-, 1871.
We take pleasure In certifying that we are acquainted with Gfnora M._o. BUTLER. JOHN
CHADWICK, Esq., and General M. W. GARY, of the firm of BUTLER, CHADWICK OAKY & Up., and
kDow them to be gentlemen of integrity, and we regard the object they have pr assisting Immigrants
to homes In South Carolina or great importance to the State as well as to the immigrante, and we
have every confidence that their enterprise will be carried out with rainless and honesty to ail par?
GEO. A TRENHOLM, \ W. HAYNE,
B. H. RUTLEDGE, A G. MAGRATH,
JAMES CONNER, THOS.J. SIMONS,
JAMES R. BRINGLE. n . HENRY BUIST,
WILMOT G. DESAUSSURE.
Tickets can be procured of E. SEBRING A CO., and J. L, MOSES, General Agents, No. 34 Broad
Portion Balee~~$BtitTe Days.
Bj TO. MeKAY.
ON MONDAY WILL BB SOLD, AT No.
. _ 140 Meeting street, at io o'clock.
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