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r HB M SH KD UA^I.V AND TBI-WEEELT.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING.
?Y JULIAN A. SELBY,
EDITOR AMD ?" Ii O T Ii 12 TC Ii .
3ffice on Maia Street, above Taylor.
9tf Book and Job Priuting of ovory doecrip
Mon promptly and faithfully attended to.
Inserted in tho Daily at 75 conta por square
for tho first aud 50 cents each subsequent in?
sertion. LOUR advertisements by tho week,
month or yoar, at roasonablo rates.
Daily, six months, ?4 00; Tri-Weokly, 2 CC;
Weekly, 1 50.
The Harvest Call.
BY WM. H. HURLEIGH.
Abide not in the realm of dreams,
Oh, man, however fair it aooms,
Whero drowsy airs thy powors repress
In languor of sweet idleness.
Nor lingor in tho misty past,
Entranced in vi ions vague and vaBt;
But with cloar oyo tho present sean,
And hear the call of God and man.
That oall. though many-voiced, is ono
With mighty moaning tn oach tone;
Through sob and laughter, shriek and pray or,
Ita summons meets thoo ovory whero.
Think not in sleep to fold thy hands.
Forgetful of thy Lord's commands;
From duty'B chums no lifo ie freo
Behold, to-day bath need of thee!
Look upi tho wido-extend plain
Ie billowy with tho ripened grain.
And on tue summer winds aro rolled
Ito waves of emerald and gold.
Thrust in thy sicklo-nor dolay
Tho work that calls for thoo to-day;
To-morrow, ir it como, will boar
It-- own demands of toil and caro.
The present hour allots thy task!
For present strength and patience ask.
And trust His love whose eure supplies
Moot all thy needs as they arise.
Lol the broad fields with harvest whito
Thy hands to Btronuou* toil invito;
And ho who labors and believes
Shall reap roward of ampio sboavos.
Up, for tho timo ia short; and soon
Tho morning sun will climb to noon;
Upi ero the herds, with tramping feet.
Outrunning tbiuo, Bbsll spoil tho wheat.
While tho day lingers, do thy best 1
Full soon the night will bring its rest;
And, duty done, that rest shall bo
Full of beatitudes to theo.
A party of gentlemen in a saloon, dis?
puting over the question whether the
American system of treating or the Eu?
ropean system of not treating was pre?
ferable, oouldn't settle the matter by
talking; BO they went to work testing it
by praotice. First, each man took a
drink by himself. Then eaoh man in?
vited a single friend to drink. After
that, each Bingle friend returned the
compliment. And, finally, euch man in
the party-there were six of them-asked
all the rest to drink. When all that was
accomplished, not a soul in the room
could tell where the discussion originated
or what it was about.
"Howdid hedie?" Resident-"Hung."
S.-"HuDgl Ah, hung himself?" R.
"No, be was hung by vigilants." S.
"Why?" R.-"He had been notified to
leave the town, and he came back."
8.-"When a man has boen notified to
leave, can't he never come back here
again and stay?" R.-"Yes." S.
"Then how is this?" H.-"Well, he
came baok, and"-pointing to the coffin
-"you see he 'stayed.'"
The Parisians have their joke under
all circumstances. The current number
of Charivari represents M. deTillancourt
propounding a riddle to a number of his
fellow-deputies. "What is the heaviest
thing in the world?" he asks. The de?
puties guess lead, brass, gold, but all
are wrong-for the heaviest thing in the
world is the state of siege, "for nobody
can raise- it."
To illustrate the correctness of his
opinion in a dispute, a Texan thrust his
pistol down a KanBan's throat and
threatened to fire. The Kansan admit?
ted the troth of the Texan's statement
PRACTICAL.- Fond father: "I see ye've
Sat my Bon intil graammeran' jography.
foo, as I neither mean bim tao be a mi?
nister or a sea captain, it's o' nae use.
Gie him a plain bizuess eddication."
Malt Corn Whiskey,
WARRANTED two years old, at
FeV 21 JOHN O. BEEGEllB'.
THE CAROLINA HOUSE
IB once moro open to tho public, ander
'tho superintendence of Air. lt. DARKY.
_Tho reputation of tho house w HI be kept
ap, _August 31
THE EXCHANGE HOUSE.
THIS well-known establishment is in full
blast, and koopa up ita reputation for tho
bast of ovory thing ia the lino of WET GOODS.
Thoy oarry out tho motto of "Good articles
or nono." PAYSINGER A FRANKLIN,
August 31_Proprio! orB.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't contain CopporaB, Salt, Limo or
COTTON SEED REFINED OIL, by tho gal?
lon or barrel. Also, in glaasa, pints and
quarts. For salo low. E. HOPE.
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received,
INTEREST ALLO WER A T THE RA TE Ol
SEVEN PER CENT. PER ANNUM,
ON GERTI FIG Al ES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIX PER CENT. COM
P O UND ER E V E li V S IX
MONTES ON A COO UN TS.
Wm. Martin, President.
JohnB. Palmor, t vice-Preaideuta
John P. Thomas, f V1C0 1 ??B?ae?ie.
A. G Brenizer, Cashier.
J. H. Sawyer, Assistant Cashier, i
chargo of Branches.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wado Hampton, William Martin, A. C. Has?
kell, F. W. MoMaster, John P. Thomas. E. H.
Oeinitsh, John B. Palmer, Thomas E. Gregg,
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Nowborry.
W. G. Mayos, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge, Charleston.
Daniel Ravonol. Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Or*
ph un s and others may here deposit their sav?
ings and draw a liberal rato of interest there,
on. Planters, Professional Mon andTrueteer
wishing to draw interest en their tunda until
thoy require thom for business or other pur?
poses; Parente desiring to sot apart small
?urns for their children, and Married Women
>md Minora (whose deposita can only be with?
drawn by themselves, or, in case of death, bj
their legal representatives,) wishing to lay
aside funda for future use. are hore afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
whore thoy will rapidly accumulate, and, at
the same time, be subject to withdrawal when
needed. Aue 18
li EMU AL NATIONAL BA?T
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Present Capital. $150,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL., 850O.O0O.
John B. Palmer, President.
A. G. Brenizer, Cashier.
G. N. G. Butt, Assistant Cashier.
J. Eli Gregg, John B. Palmer, F. W. McMas
ter.R. D. Bonn, of R. D. Senn A Son; G. W.
Beardcn, of Copeland A Dearden; R. L. Bryan,
of Bryan A McCarter; W. C. Swaffield, of R.
A W. 0 Swaflleld.
F. W. McMaater, Solicitor.
THIS Bank ie now open for the transaction
of a general banking business.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT of curroncy or
coin, bearing interest at tho rate of seven (7)
per cent per annum, in kind, will bc issued.
Deposits from County Officers especially so?
licited; also, from Trustees, Administrators,
Executors, Professional Men, and otbera.
Particular attention given to accounts of J
City and Country Merchants, and other busi?
ness men, and tho usual accommodations ex?
Notes, Bills of Exchange, and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, and monoy loaned
Stocks, Ronds, Gold, Silver bought and sold.
Mutilated Currency purchased at a small
Siglit Drafts draicn direct on all tho promi?
nent placea in England, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Den?
mark and the Orient. Letters of Credit issued,
I av able, in any of the above places.
Drafts on all the prominent cities in the
United States bought and sold.
Banking House oppoaite Columbia Hotel.
Open from 9 to 3._Feb 28 ly
NO Killie USED IN WA8IIINO.
WARFIELD'S COLD WATER SOAP.
THIS SOAP washes perfectly in cold water,
soft, hard or salt. It removes grease,
oil and paint from garmenta. It washes all
kinds of gooda-cotton, flannel, Bilkor woolen.
It cleanses silver, plated ware and jewelry
without scratching. It tho articles are much
tarnished, rub them with a pieco of flannel
which has plenty of tho Soap on it. To people
who do their own washing, it is invaluable.
It will Bavo its cost in ono washing. Dor sale,
in boxes of thirty-sis bars, bv
April 9_Agent for Sooth Carolina.
SPIfiCIAX, ATTENTION given to the col
lection of Commercial Paper, Interest
tm Btate and Railroad Ronds and Stocks, and
Conversion of State H ec unties, bv
Nov 23 Gmo E GAMBRILL. Broker.
Qrood News for Columbia !
THE subscribers, having located permanently in thia city, beg to inform the public that
they will open, on MONDAY, September ll, a tine and select ?stock of
Our motto is "QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS " and we guarantoo satisfaction to
all who may favor ns with their patronage Give OB a call before purchasing elBowhore.
S. STRAUSS & BRO.,
Sept 8 Imo Columbia Hotel Building.
GRAND PRIZE DISTRIBUTION!
JJIIOKETS to tho Concorta of tho SOUTH CAROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSO?
CIATION ready for salo and dolivory. AU orders from the country promptly filled. A gouts
wanted for tho Counties of Lancaster, Lexington, Spart an burg, Greenville, Abbovillo, Oco
uoo and PickonB. Apply to D. GAMBRILL A CO.,
June 6 Goneral Agonis, Columbia, S. C.
The Universal Life Insurance Company,
C9 LIBERTY STREET, NEW YORK.
The Original Stock Life Insurance Company of the United States.
WILLIAM WALKKIl, I'rrfttdcnt.
IlENRY J. FURBER, Vieo-Prcsideut. JOHN il. BEWLEY, Secretary.
GEORGE Ii. MONTAGUE, Actuary. E. W. LAMBERT, M. B.. Modicul Examiner.
THIS COMPANY oflcra tho following important advantages to tliouo about effecting insur
anco ou their Uvea:
1. Iuauranco at Stock Ratea, being from 20 to 30 por cunt. ICSB than Ibu rates charged by
2. Each Policy-holder ls regarded aa a Stockholder to the extent nf onu Annual Premium
on bia Pol io v. and will ahare in tho Profits nf ibo Company to the aamo extent aa a (Stock?
holder owi ing an equal amount of tho Capital Stock.
3. Every Policy iaaticu by the Company ia non-forfeit able, and eon tain H a ?el nu se etaliug ita
exact Surri nuor'Yalue.
Before insuring your life or accepting tho agency of any company,
UK AU TIMO POLI.OWINGI
A lengthened experience bas demonstrate d that tho ra?ca of premium ordinarily charged
by life iuauranco companies are from twenty-five to thirty per cent, iu exceas of what are nc
cesaary for a safe and legitimate conduct of tho business. In other words, cart tully and
prudently-maiiagt-d companies charging "mutual" ratea havo been able to rellim to their
policy-li ol dei s from 25 io 30 per cent, of the amount charged for premium H. When lifo in?
surance companies wero fir*t organized, the reliability of thu data upon which tho premiums
were constructed had not undergone the test of experience It waa thought, therefore, no
moro than common prudence to adopt a scale of premium* which would, in any event, meet
all tho presumed and unforeseen contingencies of thc business. Aa long aa tho matter waa
involved in some doubt, it was better to lix tho rate too high than to incur tho rick of mak?
ing it too low; bevauao. in tho former caso, tho error could be easily remedied, at least in
part, by returning to the policy-holders, at certain intervals, such portion of tho premium
charged aa waa found necessary for the purposes of tho buainesu and the completo security
of thu company. Experience, however, having aatislacto il} demonstrated that tbeboratce
are oxceasive, what possiblo excuse eau them ho for maintaining the ni?
Availiug themselves of thia experience, the Directors and Managern of thc Universal Life
Insurance Company, at its organization, adopt i d a scale of premiums in accord ?nee thcic
with, and which bas provea to bu fail and adequate, and all that was necessary to meet the
requirements of thu busiut aa. Theao premiums ore about twenty five per cent, lower than
those charge by mutual coinpaneia. It also appenred. iiiat-nnirh aa the rates so established
were aa near as could possibly bo determined fair rates, and not in excess of what insurance
has previously cost the poliej holders in mutual companies, thal any profits arising from
prudent management justly and properly belonged lo the stockholders ut the company, fur
the risk incurred by them m undertaking the busitict-s.
Experience has shown that there are sources of profit in the practice of thc business which
theory will not admit ol being considere d aa el? mi nts in the calculation ol ihe pre minios.
These results form a saving in the mortality of the mimbi rs ot a ct ni] any owing to ihe mu?
dical selection of good lives, a gain in intel eat on the invt-stMi nts ol the ce-nipa ny over that
assumed in thu calculation of ita prc nm ma. the profils de livable fr? m the lapsing and sur?
render of policies by the members, and fi bm nil? rminorsourc?a Profit* front these sources,
in a company possessed of a capita* ol $200 0C0, anil doing a fair amount of hneim ss, would
give to the stockholders dividends largely in excess of what were counted on by tho Directora
of tho Univeisal at Ibu time bf its organization. '1 hey have, then-lore, detei num d to divide
anning the policy-holders of tho company a Inigo pull ol' the profits iicei liing In m tho
sources named, all of which have heretofore been divided muong thostoctholdcrs. The plan
adopted fur auch divinion ia as followa: Every per soil who may hereafter insure with lilli Uni?
versal will, for the (imposes of division, be I rested as a stoi kh'olfi r to tin- ext? ni i-f one an?
nual pr? minni upon his policy; and will share in the' profila if thu com pain to precisely the
aamo extent aa a stockholder owning an equal amount ol thu capital stock. By this system1
of insurance, original with tho U invert al, ibo policy-holder secures Ibo billowing important
1. Insurance at ihe regular "stock" rates, ri quiring a primary outlay of about twenty to
thirty per cent, less than that ch ai ged by mutual companies, ?lid which ie equivalent lou
yearly "dividend" paid in dvnnco of that nnie.imt on ii til nul raits; 'ibis low cost of insur?
ance ia worthy of attention. Since its organization, this company hos received in pie munns
from its policy-holders the sum ol $1.G17 COO. To i fleet the sume uni?.ont ot input ance in a
mutual company would have cost th? ni an initial outlay of 12 (00.(tl) By allowing its poltcv
holdera to retain, in their own possession, this excess of Ms.i.l.'tn thc Universal baa virtually
paid them a "dividend" of $483,000 and paid lt, too; in advance, instead ol ut ibo end of one
or more yeara It ia impossible- to find any exan plo cf a mutual company lui Dishing insur?
ance at BO low a cost by returning tu policy-holders an equal amount upon similar receipts.
2 Participation in the legitimate pi edits of the company, upon a plan which accures to the
palicT-holdera tho asmo treatment which directors and atockholdera award to themselves.
This system of participation, in comet-lion with the low "slock" rates of premiuma, must
necessarily accuro to tho policy-holders every possible advantage to bo derived from prudent
and careful management.
Tho low ratea of premium con-pel economy, and, independent of participation, guarantee
to tho policy-holder his insurance at a rale w hich is neil in exci sa of ihe cost in well managed
mutual companies; while, by tho proposod plan ol participation in what may be conaider?-d
tho It'gitimato prolita of thc* business, tho coat will bo still further diminished, ibus by tho
combined advantages arising fiom low stock rate ami participation in the prcfitB, it is confi?
dents believed that the Universal Lifo Insurance Company ??O'erH im-uranno al its lowest
Those of the existing policy-holderB who desire t<> participate in the profits under the new
plan can do BO by making application to tho head t Alec, or to anv agents of thc company.
Thu company ?a in a sound financial condition. Ratiei of assets to liubilit i?>a 130 lt* 100.
Good reliable agenta wanted, who will deal direct with thu New Y??rk tifiice, and to whom
full ge-neral agents' commistiona will be paid.
M. Wi GARY ?ntl AI. C. BUTLER,
State Superintendents of Agencies.
Cilice on Richardson street, opposite: Columbia Hotel, Columbia, bi. C. Sept 0
Real Estate and United States Gold Bonds
Will positively bo distributed by BAFFLE on tho 22d of November, 1871, in public, in Ibo
city of Charloaton, at 10 o'clock A. M.. by
THE CBARLESM CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION,
For the Benefit of the Free School Fund,
Chartered by the Legislature- of Sou tb Carolina at ita last aeasion. and approved March 8,1871.
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER SHARE !
THE RAFFLE will positively tako placo on WEDNESDAY, the 22d day of November, 1871,
in public, in the city of Charleston, at 10 o'clock A. M.
All tho Property, real and personal, meutioned below muat bo Distributed in the Award,
and a ya id deed of each piece of Real Eaiato, freo from all incumbrancea, given. Ibo Por
sonal Property and United states Gold Bouda will bu delivered immediately after tho Rafllo.
Each and every Certificate baa Thieu separate and distinct Numbera in figures, and the
words of each figure written thereon, anil aro all combined wit n each other from Nos. 1 to
78 promiscuously. All the Certificates of bhurea iauued by tho Company, with their numbers,
aro registe-red in their books.
s< III;UI T I: OP AWARDS.
That Certificate of Sharo having on it ll.e 1st, 2d and 3d numbers obtained ou tho
Rafllu will be entitled to thu awurd ot that first class Three-Story Y\ art-house, aitu
ato on Meeting street, No. 147, Charleston. B. C., (opposite the Charleston Hotel,!
hoing 38 feet tront by about 240 deep, free from ab incuuibraucus, and valued at. .$35,000
That Curtificato of ?Share having on it lue 4th, 5lh and Otb numbera obtained on tho
hafllo will be entitled to the award of that lirat claes Three-Story Wart house, No.
145 Meeting Btreet, Charl? eton, S. C.. freo Irom all incumbrancea, valued at.?30,000
That Certificate ot Share having on it tho 7ih, Ulli and Otb numbera obtained on tho
Rafllo will be entitled to tho award of that first class Three-Story Warehouse, No.
143 Mooting street, Charle-stem S. C., freo from all incumbrancea. valued at.$27,500
That Certificate of Share having cn it the 10th, 11th and 12th numbera obtained on
tho Raffle will be entitled to tho award of that 1 hreo-btory \\ art-house, No. 141
Meeting street. Charleston, S. C., free from all iiicumbranccs, valued at. $25,000
Tho above- Four Warehouses aro opposite tho Charleston Hotel, and uro the most valuable
property in Charleston.
That Certificate ot Share having on it the 2d, 3d and 4th numbera obtained on tho
Rafllo will be entitled to nu award of that tine piece of properly, situate on Broad
struct, Charleston, S.C., and known as tho "Maiitio.i House," tree liens ult incum?
brancea, vaitied at. .$20,000
That Certificate of Share having tm it the 3d. 4th at ti 5th numbera obtained on tho
Rafllo will bu entitled to an award of that fino Twd-Sloi j Dwelling, situate on
Gatladt-n and ami Lumber stn t ts, Columbia, S. C . with ul) the tmt-buildiiigs and
iniprovetneuta, with about hall an aero of ground thereto, valued at.$40,000
That Ci rlifieatool Share having on it the 5th, Otb anti 7th numbers obtained on tho
Rath.- will bo tnt il led to au award of that fine Cotton Plantation, containing
about 1.800 acres, one-third cleared, and heavily timbered, situate in thu County
of Darlington, S. C., on tho Great Pto Dee Uiver, freo from incimibraut-es,
That Certificate of Share having on it th? Otb,7th and 8th numbers qui aim tl on Ihe
Rudie will bo entitled to an awanl of United Stutts Gold Bouda (ni W issue) of the
That Certificate off-hare having on it the Ht li, Otb mid 10th numbers obtained on the
Rafllo will bo entitled to an award of United Statea Gold Bonds (new ?DSUU) of tho
That Certificate of Share having on it the 0th, 10(h and 11th numbera obtaiu?d on the
Raffia will be entitled to an award of United States Gold Bends of the value of.... $1.000
Thoao Forty Certificates of Shares having on thom following numbera obtained on Rafllu:
2d 3d Otb 2d 4th fit h 4th 5th 7th 5th 0th 0th Otb 7th 12th 0th 10th 12th
2d 3d 7th 2?! 4th 7th 4lh 6th 8th 5th 0th 10th 7th 8th 10th lat 3d 4th
2d 3d 8th 3d 4th 8th 4th 5lh 9ih 5th 0th 11th 7th 8th 11th 1st 4th 5th
2d 3d 0th 3d 4th Oth 4th 5th 10th 5th Gib 12th 7th 8th 12th 1st 5th Gth
2d 3d 10th 3d 4th 10th 4th Gth nih Olli Tili 9th 8th 9th 11th lat (Uh 71 ti
2d 3d 11th 3d 4th lllh 4th 5th 12th Gth 7th 10th 8th Otb 12th 1st 7th 8lh
2d 3d 12th 3d 4<h 12th 5th Gth 8th Gth 7th 11th
Will bo each entitled to an award in United fc latee Gold Bonds of tho value of.. $500
Those Forty Certificates of Shares having on them following numbera obtained on rafile:
1st 8th 9th 2d 9th 10th 3d 11th 12th Gth 8th 9th 7th 9th 10th
1st 9th 10th 2d 10th 11th 4th Gth 7th Gth 9th 10th 7th 10th 11th
lBt loth 11th 2d 11th 12 h 4th 7th 8th 5th 10th 11th 7th 11th 12th
1st 11th 12th 3d 6th Gth 4th 8th 9th 5(h 11th 12th 8th 10th 11th
2d 4th 6th Sd Gth 7th 4lh 9lh 10th Gth 8th 9th 8ih 11th 12th
2d 6th Gth 3d 7th 8tb 4th 10th 11th Gth 9th 10th 9lh 11th 12lh
2d Gth 7th 3d 8th 9th 4th 11th Pith Gth lflth lilli 1st 3d 6th
2d 7th 8th 3d 9th loth 5th 7th 8th Gth 1Kb 12th 1st 3d Gth
Will bo each entitled o an award of Undid S.titra Gold Bonds ot ihe valus of. $250
All the other Certificates of Shares having on them any three mimbi-rsobUined on tho
Rafile, and not designated as any of tho abovo Certificates are. will each be onti
tled to an award of United States Bonds of tho value of.. $50
Awarels will be made only to such Certificates ?if Share a as havo Ihrt-o numbera on them,
so obtain vd on tho Bailie.
To such as desiro to tako Shares in this groat Rafllo and distribution ef real and personal
property, tho Directors will afford every facility and satisfaction, and perfect fairness will bo
exercised throughout, and many persons may" traco their future prospects in business and
station in sociotv to a fortunato share hciein.
Orders, with tho money for Certificates, mar be sent by Express, or Reginlercd Letters, or
Post Offico Orders, at tho risk of tho Association. Persons seuding orders will bo particular
to givo their names, places of residence, Count v nod Stale, which will bo entered in tho books
of tho Company, and immediately upon tho H?filo taking placo tho official ru flied numbers
will bo forwarded to oach correspondent.
Tho Ita lilt? will positively tako place on Ibo day named,and every award of thoproperty and
Gold Ronda must bo mado to tho holders ot tho Certificat! ?.
Address all orders to Ii. T. hKVIN, Agent, Columbia, S. C.
FAST FREIGHTS TO AX!) FROM MUTHERN CITIES,
Via Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad, North Carolina Railroad,
Raleigh and Gaston Railroad, Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad,
and Steamers between Portsmouth and New York,
Boston, Philadelphia and Baltimore !
THE ABOVE-NAMED RAILROADS, in con?
nection with tho Steamer Linea, having united
in forming a FaatThrough Freight Lino, to be
a known au the YELLOW LINE, will nut in opera
Stion.ou the 4th of September, a FAST TH ROUGH
FREIGHT SCHEDULE between Columbia und Augusta and tho above-named Northern
cition. Tho attention of shippers and r ceci vere of Ireight is called to tho following advan?
tages offered by tho lino:
It in almost entirely au inland route, by which rates of insurar.ee and ricka of delay from
bad weather aro greatly reducid.
There is no di synge, and no transfe rs, except under cover.
Daily Steamers will ruu between Portsmouth and Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York,
and height* will have prompt despatch.
Rates and classification* thc same as by other renten.
Through bills of l?ding given and claims promptly adjusted.
?3- HAVE GOODS MA HEED "VIA YELLOW LIEE." "S*
For further information, apply to E. P. ALEXANDER,
Superintendent Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad.
E. R. DonsKY, General Freight and Ticket Agent. Sept 2 Smo
$20,000 to be Distributed to Ticket-Holders
IN TUE COLUMNA CO-O.EIIATI?E BUILDING ASSOCIATION.
THE following PROPERTY and CASH lina been placed in tho bands of Ibo Trustees, John
Agnew, .Sr., Maj. Meighan und R. C. Shiver, in truat for tho benefit of tho Ticket-boldera
of the abovo Association, to bc delivered to thoao who, on the day of tho rafile, may bo enti?
tled to them. The title to the real estate ban been placed in tho bands of Col. F. W. McMaa
ter. Attorney at Law. who ?iii examino tho samo and givo true warranty deeds, free from all
encumbrance, on tho day of drawing. Tho Firat Prize is the Tempor?neo Hall, now occu?
pied on tho tiret floor by Messrs. L?rick A Lowrance. The lot is 25 foot front on Main street,
JV 2G3 feet deep. Tho Building is 150 foot long and two atoriee high. It is now leased for
three years for $1,400 per annum, payable monthly in advance, valued at.$15 OOO
Second Prizo-Lot adjoining Rose'? H "tel, 41 feet front, 208 feet deon, valued at. 1 900
Third Prize-Lot adjacent to abovo, 25A feet front, 208 teet deep, valued at. 1,100
1 Cash Prizo. COO
2 Cash Prizes, $100 each. 200
4 (lash PrizeB, at $50 each. 200
110 Cash Prizes, at $10 each. 1,100
2,000 Tickets, at $10 each .$20.000
Tickets may be bad of tho General Agent. Dr. E. W. WHEELER, at Tempor?neo Hall, or
at tho Music Store of Messrs. LY BR AND A SON, Messrs. JOHN AGNEW A SON, T. M. POL?
LOCK and D. C. PE1XOTTO A HON.
Tho following gout lemon have consented tn superintend tho drawing: J. C. B. Smith, D. B.
Millor and Henry E Scott, in connection with a committee of thrco selected by the Ticket
holders, on tho dav of drawing.
Tho 10th day of November-the fourlh dav of tho State Fair-HAS BEEN SELECTED A8
THE DAY FOR THE DRAWING, which will take place in Temperance Hall, Columbia, S. C.
Ticket-bulders aro assured that tho drawing will positively tako place that day. Tho tickets
have met with a good sale, and all who intend investing aro requested to do so as early as
Aa thu names of tho ticket-holders will be registered in a hook which Bball be in posses?
sion of the Trust?es on tho day of drawing, parties may feel assured that no more than
2,01)0 tickets will be issued.
REFERENCES.-E. J. Scott, Son ?V. Co.'s Bank; Col. J. B. Palmer, President Central National
Dank; Citizen*' Savings Bank; South Carolina Bank and Trout Company, and W. B. Gulick,
Cashier Carolina National Bank.
Capt. Wado L?rick, Agent in Lexington. For further partionlars, address,
Sept 8 timo Dil. E. W. WHEELER, Box 88, Columbia, 8. C.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
XVAXX. AND WINTER OF 1871.
THE subscribers, Jobbers and Wholesale Dealers in the city of Charleston, S. C., beg to
cull the attention of the merchants ot the interior of this and the adjoining States to
this market, as being now ono of the most dea.rabie in which to procuro fall supplies of all
articles they may require.
Tho wants of tho countrv having rapidly increased, with cmplo facilities to enable ns to
procure our supplies direct from drat bunds in Europe and this country,we are now prepared
to exhibit moro varied and completo stocks of seasonable GOODS than at any,period nineo
tho war, and will dispose of them on au good terms as any other market.
"Daily facilities afforded lor shipment of goods to any point desired."
EDWIN BATES A CO., No. 124 Meeting I CRANE, BOYLSTON A CO., corner Hayno
atreet and Meeting streets.
JOHNSTON, CREWS A CO., No. 41 Uayne. | OMAR8HALL A BURGE, No. 143 Meeting.
EDWIN BATES A CO., No. 122 Meeting street.
Fancy Goods, Notions, &c.
STE .LE A WARDELL, No. 1C7 Meeting street.
Fa_,cy Goods, Notions and millinery.
JOBN S. FAIRLY A CO., No. 35 Hayno street. | SELL A FOSTER, No. 27 Hayne street.
Millinery and Straw Goods.
CHARLES A. LENGNICK, No. ICI Meeting street.
Boots and Shoes.
D. F. FLEMING A CO., corner Hayno and
E. B. STODDARD A CO.
T. M. BRISTOLL A CO., No. 145 Meeting
, No. 105 Meeting street.
Hats and Caps.
THOMA8 M. HORSEY A BRO., No. 251 EDMONDS T. BROWN, No. 43 Hajne
Hayno street. I street.
J. E. ADGER A CO., No. 139 Meeting st. | HART A CO., No. 89 Hayne streot.
C. GRAVELEY, corner East Bay and Bo j co's Wharf.
Saddlery, Saddlery Hardware and Carriage Materials.
R. THOML1N80N A CO., No. 137 Meeting street.
Drugs and Medicines.
GOODRICH, WlNEMAN A CO., No. 85 Hayne streot.
Crockery and Glassware.
WM. L. WEBB, No. 128 Meoting street.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO., corner Hayno and Church streots.
Groceries, Liquors, &c.
J. A. QUACKENBUSH, No. 122 East Bay! W. H. CHAFEE A CO., No. 207 East Bay
streot. I strott.
BOLLMANN BROS., No. - East Bay street.
Paints, Oils, Glass, &c.
HOLMES A CALDER, No. 205 East Bay I WM. M. BIRD A CO., cornor East Bay and
street, I Cumberland streets.
Job Printer, Stationer and Book-seller.
EDWARD PERRY, 14?) Meeting street.
Type and Printing Material, Paper, Stationery, Job and Book Printing.
Aug ll WALKER, EYANS A COGSWELL, 3 Broad street, and 109East Bay. t2mo