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HUUIJIHU-KU DiU?X ABD TQI-Wi:3>LL?. ,
? EVEHY WBDKKSDA? iioayINO.
?Y JULI AN A. ??LBY,
EDITOB AND PB?PB??TOB.
Office OB Main Street, above Taylor.
osTBook and Job Printing of ovory dotcrip
Mon promptly and faithfully attended to. .
'Inaertod in the Daily at 75 conte, por square
for the first and 50 eents each subs?quent in?
sertion. Long advertisements by tue week,
non th or year, at reasonable rates.
. 1 8OB80UIPTION.
Daily, six monthB, $i 00: Tri-Weokly, 2 6C;
Love 'Ltlgbtens L/ubor.
? good wife'rose from her bed one morn,'
And thought, with a nervous dread.
Of tho piles of olothos to bo washed, and
Than adozen mouths to bo fed,
There's tho meals to get for tho menin tho
field, ,; . *
And the ohildren to fix. away ,
To Behool, and tho milk, to ?o skimmed and
/ churned; "
'And all to bo done that day. '
It had rained in tho night, and all tho wood
Was wet as it could'be, ? .
There wero podding.and piee to bake, beside
A.loaf of dake for tea.
And the day was bot, and her aching hoad
Throbbed wearily, as BIIO said, .
"If rnaidonp but knew what good wives know,
They would be'ih no hasto to wodi"
"Jennie, what do you think I told Ben
Called the farmer from the well;
And & flush orept up to bia bronzed brow,
And his eyes half bashfully fell;
"lt was thia," bo said, and coming near,
Ho smiled, and stooping down,
Eisbod her cheek-" 'twas this, that you wero
And.the dearest wife in town!"
Tho flintier wont hack to the field, and the
In a smiling and absent way,
Sang snatches of tender little aonga
' '.She'd not snng for many a day.
And the pain in her head was gono, and the
Were whito as the foam of tho sea;
Her broad WRB li jsb t', j and ber batter was I
And golden aa lt could be.
'Jos'* think," tho children all called in a
"Tom Wood has run oT tb sea!
Ho wouldn't, I-know; if be only had
As happy a homo as wo."
The night came down, and tho good wi'o
To herself, as she Boftly said,
" 'T?8 BO Bweot to labor for thoso wo lovo,
It's not Btrango that maids will wed!"
Insanity is greatly on tho increase in
England. In 1859, when the population
amounted to 19,086,701, thoro wero !
86,762 lun?tica, or nineteen out of every
10,000 porsouB. In 1871, with a popu?
lation of 22,704,108, thoro wero 66,755 |
lunatics, or twenty-five out of every
10,000 persons. Of tho 56,755 lunatics,
them wero 6,110 private patients, 50,185
pauper patients, and 160 patients in pri?
IS'once moro open to tho pubho, nuder
[tho superintendence^ Mr. ll. BAltltY.
_' The reputation of thc bouso will bo kept
up. August 31
THE EXCHANGE HOUSE.
THIS well-known establishment is in full
blast, and keeps up its repntation for tho
best of everything in the lino of WET GOODS.
They carry ont tho motto of "Good artioles
or none." FAYSINGER & FRANKLIN,
Aupust 31 Proprietors.
Halt Corn Whiskey,
WARRANTED two yoarB old, at
FeV QI JOHN O. SEEGERS'.
NO FIRE USED IN WASHING.
WARFIELD'S COLD WATER SOAP.
THIS SOAP washes perfectly in coldwater,
soft, hard or salt. It removes.grease,
oil and paint from garments. It wat lice all
kinds of goods-cotton. ?annol,eilkor woolen.
It cleanses silver, plated, ware and jewelry
without scratching. If tho'articles are much
tarnished, rub them with a pieco of flannel
i which has plenty of tho Soap on it. To people
who do their own washing, it is invaluable
It will savo itu cost in QUO washing. For sale,
in boxes of thirty-six bara, hy
April 9_Agent for Benth Carolina.
STOCKS, BUNDS and COUPONS bought
and sold by D. GAMBRILL, Broker.
Good News for Columbia !
1HE 'eubsoribera, having located permanently in thia eily, l eg to inform tho public that '
. ho has opened a One and select stock of
. Onr motto ia "QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS " and we gnarantoo satisfaction to
.ll wno may favor nu with their patronage. Give na a call before purchasing elsewhere.
S. STRAUS & BRO.,
Columbia Hotel Building.
Sept 8 Imo
In Real Estate and United States Gold Bonds
Will positively be distributed by RAFFLE on tho 22d of November, 1871, in public, in tho
; , ' olty of Charleston, at 10 o'clock A. M.. by
CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION, BENEFIT FREE SCHOOL FOO,
Chartered by tho Legislature of South Carolina at ita last session, and approved March 8,1871.
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER SHARE!
THE RAFFLE will positively take placa on WEDNESDAY, the 22d day of November, 1871,
in public, in the city of Charleston, at 10 o'clock A. M.
All the Property, real and personal, mentioned below must be Distributed in tho Award,
and a vadd deed of each piece of . Real Estate, free from all inoumbranoea. given. Tho Per?
sonal Property and United States Gold Bouda will be delivered immediately after the Rofllo.
Each and every Certificate has.Throe separate and distinct Numbera in figures, and the
words of each fignre written thereon, ana are all' combined with each other from Nos. 1 to
78 promiscuously All the Certificates of Shares issued by the Company, with their numbers,
?re registered in their books.
SCHEDULE OF* AWARDS.
Tbat Certificate of Sharo having on it the 1st, 2d and Sd numbers obtained on tho
Baffle wdl be en titled to the award of that first olass Tbree-Story W arebooee, situ?
ate on Meeting street, No. 147, Charleston, 8. C., (opposite the Charleston Hotel,)
being 38 feet front by about 240 deon, free from ah iucumbrancos, and valued at. .$35,000
That Certificate of Share having on it the 4th, 5th and Gth numbers obtained on tho
baffle will be entitled to the award of that first class Three-Story Warehonso, No.
145 Meeting street, Charit eton, 8. G., free from all inonmbrances, valued at.?30,000
That Certificate ot Share having on it tho 7th, 8th and IRh numbers obtained on tho
Raffle will be entitled to the award of that first class Three-Story Warehoueo, No.
143 Meeting street, Gbarlestcn, B. 0., free from all incumbrances. valued at.$27,500
That Certificate of Share having on it the 10th, 11th and 12th numbers obtained on
the Raffle will be ontitled to the award of that Throe-Story Warehouse, No. 141
Meeting street, Charleston, 8. O., freo from all incumbrances, valued at.$25,000
The above Four Warehouses are opposite tho Charleston Hotel, and are the most valuable
property in Charleston.
That Certificate of Sharo having on it the 2d, 3d and 4th numbers obtained on tho
Raffle will be entitled to an award of that lino piece of property, sit?alo on Broad
street, Charleston, S.O., and known as tbe "Maneiou House," ireo lrom all iucum
.brances, valued at..., ..$20,CC0
That Certificate of Share having on it the 3d, 4th and nth numbers obtained on tho
Baffle will bo entitled to an award of that fino Two-Storv Dwelling, situate on
Gadsden and and Lumber streets, Columbia, S. C , with all the out-buildings and
improvements, with shout half an aero of ground thereto, valued at.$10,000
That CerU?eateof Share having on it the 5th, Otb and 7th numbers obtained on tho
Baffle will bo entitled to an award of that fino Cotton Plantation, containing
about 1 800 acres, one-third cleared, and heavily timbered, situate! in County of
Darlington, on Groat Poe Doo River, free from IncumbranceB, valued at. $10,000
That Certificate of Sharo having on it Gth, 7th and 8th numbers obtaitu d cn tho Rafllo
will b? entitled to an award of United States Gold Bonds (new issue) of valuo of.. $3,000
That Certificate of fr-baro having on it 8th, 0th and 10th numbers obtained on the Rutilo
will bo entitled to an award of United staten Gold Bonds (new issue) of value of.. $2,000
That Certificate of Bhare-baviug.ou it the Otb, 10th and 11th numbers obtained cn the
Raffle will bo entitled to an award of United States-Gold Bend? of the valuo oL... $1,01*0
Those Forty CertifioatoB of Shares having on thom following numbers obtained on Bailie:
2d 8d Otb 2d 4th Otb 4th 5th 7th 5th Gth 9th 6th 7th 12th 9th 10th 12th
2d 8d 7th 2d 4th 7th 4th 5th 8ih 6th Gth 10th 7th 8th 10th 1st 3d 4th
2d 3d 8th 3d 4th 8th 4th 5th 9<h 5th Gth 11th 7th 8th ll th 1st 4ih 5th
2d 3d 0th 3d 4th 9 th 4th Gth 10th 5th Gth 12th 7th 8th 12th 1st nth Otb
2d 3d 10th 3d 4th 10th 4th 5h 11th Gth 7ih 9th 8th 9th 11th I 1st Ci h 7th
2d 3d Utb 3d 4th 11th 4th 5th 12th Gth 7th 10th 8th 9th 12th lat 7th 8ih
2d 81 12th 3d 4th 12th 6th Gth 8th Gib 7th 11th |
"Will be each entitled to an award in United fctates Ooh) Bonds of the valuo of.. $500
Those Forty Certificates of Shares having on them following numbers obtained on raille:
1st 8th 9th 21 9th 10th 3d lilli 12lh 5th 8th 9ih 7ih Ot h 10th
1st Oih 10th 2d 10th 11th 4th Gth 7th 6th 9th lOtli 7th 10th nth
Int 10th 11th 2d 11th 12 h 4ih 7th 8th 5th lOlh llth 7th 11th 12th
let llth 12th 3d 6th Gth 4th 8th 9ih 5th llth 12th 8th 10th lilli
2d 4th 5th 3d Gth 7th. 4th 9th 10th Gth 8th 9th 8th llth 12th
2d 6.th Gth 3d 7th 8tb 4lh loth llth Gth Otb lOlh 9lh llth 12th
2d Gth 7th 3d ,8th Otb 4th llth 12th Gth 10th llth Ut 3d 5th
2d 7th 8th 3d 9th lOtb 6th 7th 8th Gth llth 12lh 1st 3d Gth
Will be each entitled io an award of United Stales Gold Bonds or the valuo of. $250
All the other Certificates of Shares having on them any three numbers obtained on tho
Raffle, and not designated as any of tho above Certificates are, will each ho enti?
tled to an award of United States Bonds of tho value of. $50
Awards will he made only to snob Certificates of Shares as havo threo numbers on them,
BO obtained on tho Rafllo.
To such asdesiroto take Shares in this great Rafllo and distribution rf real and personal
property, tho Dire.tors will afford every facility and satisfaction, and perfect fairness % viii be
exercised throughout, and many persons may trace their futnre piospt cts in business and
station in sncietv to a fortunate sharo herein.
Orders, with the money for Certificates, may bo eoct by Fxprepa. or Registered Letters, or
Post Office Orders, at the risk of the Association. Persons sending orders will bo particular
to give their names, places of residenco, County And St al o, which will be enteren in tho books
of tho Company, and immediately upon the Rafllo taking place the official rallied numbers
?will be forwarded to each correspondent.
Tho Raffle will positively tako place on the day named, and every award of tho property and
Gold Bonds munt bo mado to the holders ot the Certificat* s.
Address all orders to 1*. T? ^EVIN, Agent, Columbia, S. C.
O h arlis Von t? fe ar it ab le ? ss oe i a ti o n
Incorporated by^Act'of Assembly, 1B70-'71, anti approved March 8, 1871.
'. t .._
SINGLE NUMBER''RAFFLE !
AND DISTnmUTIUN OF
400 Awards in United States Gold Bonds, New Issue,
. FOR, TUE BENE* IT OF THE FREE SOHO OL FUND,
WILL TAKE "PLACE ON
TI1VR8DAY, OCTOBER. 13, 1871,
At No. 117 Meeting Street, Charleston, ti. C., at 1 O'Clock P. M., th Public.
Fall Certificate Shares, S35; Halves, $2.50; Quarters, $1.25.
Ten Thousand Numbers Only!
FOUR nUNDRED AWARDS of United Stateo Gold Liomin (new issue) to bo diblributod
immediately upon tbo Rafllo taking place.
SCHEDULE OP AWARDS.
One Award of 810,000 Iii. Gola Duneln, I*_ .$10 00O
Ono Award o? $2,600 ia Oold Donde, ia. 3,500
?Ono Award or 2 OOO in Gold Bouda, ia. 2.000
Ono Award of 1.000 io Gold Bouda, ia. 1,01)0
Ono 'Award of 600. in Gold Bouda, ia. 500
One Award of 500 ia Gold Benda, ia. 5(10
Ono Award of 500 in Oold Bond?, ia. 500
Ono Award of 260 io Gold Bouda, ia. 250
Ono Award of 250 in Gold Bonds, ia. 250
One Award of 250 in Oold Bonds, ia. .'.. 250
Ono Award of 250 in Gold Bonds, ia. 250
Ono Award of .00 in Oold Bouda, ia. . 200
Ono Award of 200 in Gold Bonds, ia. 200
Ono Award ol 200 iu GOld Bouda, ia... 200
One Award or 200 in Gold Bonds, ia.'. 200
Five Award? or 100ju Gold Bonde, aro. 500 I
Ten Awards of CO in Gold Bonds, aro.'.. 500
Twenty Awards of ono-bair catii or ono ?50 Gold Bond, aro. 500
FiBy Awards of one fifth each of one $100 Gold Bond, aro. 1,000
Ono Hundred Awards of one-tenth each ol ont- $100 Gold Bond, are. 1,000
Two Hundred Awards of one-twentieth each of one $100 Gold l'.ond, aro. 1,000
. . 400 Awards to be Distributed in Gold Bonds, in conformity to Law,
Explanation nf lite Distribution.
Numbers from 1 to 10.C00, (thu tame mimbi t ti being cn the Ci rtjficuUs.) tire prit) i fri oii
separate slips of paper, which ure each ( neil ch d in Hiles, Mid un all plauri iii. U Glass
Bailie Oj lieder. 'J he Four Bundi td Anuida, in iui<i(in<< villi tlc til? onie ul ?vt. are
albo printed on separate flips ol pup? r, ?nd i ?it h if i neb ele d inatulf.ui.il nil ure th? n
placed in another gluts cy lindi r, culhd Iii? Awi,] ri (jiu.?hi 'He cy lin tl us un- both re?
volv? d, mid a nnndi r ia taken ii? ni the ry lim int i nm bi is Iv a bin blii.?Meldt il, and one
of tho awards is taken from the Awaiti 0> I ii tit i 1 y u 1 bj like win" I Iii dd? ld? ri. hi Iii of
which are exhibited to the ?pect nt or* und un h ni n.'bt i will ht enlilhri to the sward; and
thia operation will he ropeatt d omi) 400 iitinibiia int tal tn lit m Hie h imbu (uitui and
400 awards irom tho Award Cyhi-di r to euch nun hus.
The Con missioners will tilter down euch : limb? r t ii th? ir ben ks ns (altin (rt ni thc cylin?
der numbers, and tho Awards lo ? neb as I alu n Irom thc Await) Cylinder.
The Bafllo will take place on the day and connu? nee ut the hi ur named. Hu rc will bc uti
postponement whatever, and all the Awaids n.ust I ?. dh-tiil ut? d.
Ccrtificalrs for Snle nt all flic Agenc?m of elie Atxaclatlun.
COMMISSION EIIS- FENN BECK AND JAMES G1LL11.AND. *
For orders, address L.T. l.KVl!V, Agent, Main street, Columbia P.C.
J. F. HORBACH, General Agent, No. 147 Mt cling Mle ct, l hail? Hon. K C. Sept 14
RICKETS to tho Concerts of tho SOUTH CAROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSO?
CIATION roady for sale and delivery. All orders from tho country promptly filled. Agente
wanted for tho Counties of Lancaster, Lexington. Sp irlanbtirg, Greenville,Abbcvi?tc, Oco
noo andPickons. Apply to D. GAMBBILL & CO.,
JnnoC , General Agents, Columbia, S. C.
LIBERTY STREET, ^^^^^^^^^^^T ^^ " Y?KK'
Tli3 Original Stock Lifo Insurance Company of tho United States. ' *
WILLIAM WALKER. I'mlilcnl.
DENBY J. FURBEB, Vice-l'reaident. JOHN il. BEWLEY, Secretary.
GEORGE L. MONTAGUE, Actuary. E. W. LAMBERT. M. D.. Medical Examiner.
THIS COMPANY offers the following IMPORTANT ADVANTAGES to those
about EFFECTING INSURANCE ON THEIR LIVES:
1. Insuranco at Stock Bates, being from 20 to 30 per cent, less than tho ratea charged by
2. Each Policy-holder is regarded aa a Stockholder to the ? xtent of ono Annual Premium
on Ids Polioy, and will share in tho Profils ?>f ibu Company to tho sanie txtunt aa a Stock?
holder owning an equal amount of the Capilni Stock.
8. Evory Policy.loaned by the Company is non-forfeitablc, and contains atclauso stating its
exact Surrender Vainc.
Before. Insuring your Life or accepting the Agency of any Company,
A lengthened experience baa demonstrated that the ratea ol prrmium onlinarily charged
by lifo insurance companies are hom twenty-five to thirty por cent, in excesB id what aro ne?
cessary ror a safe ai d legitimate conduct of the business. In other woids, ca rt ful ly and
prudently-managed companies charging "mutual" rates bavo been ablo lo return to their
policy-holders from 25 lo 30 per cont, or tho amount charged for premiums.
When life instil anco companies were firet organized, reliability of tho data upon which pre?
miums wcro constructed bad not undergone test of experience, lt wss thought, therefore, no
more than common prudence to adopt a ?beale ef premiums which would,in any event, meet
all the presumed and unforeseen contingencies of thc business. As long as thc mutter was
I involved in sonic doubt, it was bolter to fix lin; rate toe high than to incur the rit-k of mak?
ing it loo low; becauae. in tho former case, the error could bo easily rrnicdieei. at least in
part, hy returning to the policy-holders, nf et ruin intel vaia, euch portion of tho premium
I charged as waa found necessary for the purpoxca of'the business and the completo security
of tho company. Experience, however, liuviiig eatistactci ilj demonstrated that these rates
aro excessive, what possible excuse can there lie for maintaining themV.
Availing themselves ot th?s experience, tho Directors and Managers of the Universal Lifo
Insurance Company, at its organization, adopt, tl a beale bf premiums in accordance tb?rrc
with, and which baa provea to he fail and uri? ?p?ate, ami all that was necessary to meet the
requirements of tho business. These premiums are about twenty-five per cent, lower than
those charge by mutual cumpAntis. It also appeared, inat-niuch na the rates ao established
were as near as contd possibly be determined fair lutes, and lint in exent? of what iiituranco
bas previously cont tho policy-holders in mutual companies, that any profit? arising tr om
prudent managt mi nt justly and prop? riv belong? ri lo the stockholders of the company, for
the risk incurred by them in undertaking the btisitii fa.
Experience baa shown that there ure som ces pf profil in the practice of the business which
theory will not admit ol being consider! d as eh meets in thc calculation ol the picmiuma.
j The fe results form a sn vii.g in the mortality td the nu min rs of a company ??whig tea the me?
dical schction of good lives, u gain in interest tm the inve tjt'jifiits ot Hie ct-iiiptiny over that
assumed in the calculable u ol its uri minnie, the profila deiivnblo from the lapsing and sur?
render of policii a by the members, and from olin i minor eouici B. Profil?from these sources,
in a company possessed of a capita' of $2(0,0(0, and doing a fnlr Amount ?>f husim ss, would
give to tho stockholders ?livid? nils largely ni i xeoss nf w hat were counted bli by the Directors
of tho U nivei md at tho time of its organization. 'I bey have, then tor?-, ile I erm un el lo divide
among tho policy-holders of tho company a largo patt of ibo profila accruing I re m thc
souie. H limned, all of which have here;oh.rc beni divided among the idrokholders.
Tho plan adopted for such division is aa follow s: Every person who may hereafter insure
with tho Universal will, for tho purposes of division, be treat i'd as a atot-khnh't r to ?xii t.t t-.f
one annual premium upon his policy; and will share in th?- profits of thu company to precisely
Baute extent as a stockholder owning nu equal amount of tho capital slock.
By thia systotu of insurance, oiigmul willi the Uiiivtirt?l, the policy-bolder secures the. fol?
lowing important advantages :
1. Insurance at tho regular "stork" rates, requiting a primary outlay nf ?bent twenty to
thirty per cent, lees than that charged bj mutual companies, and which ia equivale nt ion
yearly "dividend" paid in . dvance of l li at amount on mutual taits, 'iliis hw coat of insur?
ance is worthy of attention. Since its organization, this company lias lt echt el in premiums
from ita poUcy-boltlcra the sum ol il.517 (00. To ?fitet the Mime amount of ii?MHknee in a
mi'?n.".l oopipanv would have cost the iii uh initial om lay of 12 WMl.f'f 0 Itv allowing Us policy?
holders to ridai'n, in the ir own possiatiun, thia t xcess <"f $183,000. tho Univ?rani has virtually
paid them a "dividend" of $483,000 ned paid lt. too, in advance, inuUml of st the end of out?
er more years. It ia impossible to Iii tl r.i y < limpie i f B mutual company lui nibbing insur?
ance at BO low a cost by returning to pulu y !.< Uns ?n i ?jual nm mi II I iijiuii Bindiar receipt?.
2. Particip?t ion in (he legitimate profits bl ii . com puny, upon a j Inn w hieb secures io tho
Oidicy-bolders tho sumo lr? mini nt which dir?? t?u> und atockholth ia awnid ju themselves.
This system of participation, in cm.met ion willi the low "att.ek" rifles of pri minnm. must
necesanrily securo to tho polioy-hohlers e very possible advantage tb beth rive ri from prudent
and careful management.
Tho low rates of premium con pel economy, ami, independent ef participation, guarantee
to the policy-holder II?M ins nrniico at a rate which is not in e xce ss of Ilia enid in well manag? ri
mutual companies: wbilo. by the pioposed plan ol participation in what may bi? consider? ri
tho legiiimato profits of tho' business, tho coat will bo still further diminished.
thus by tho combined advantages arising from low flock rate and participation in profits,
it is conn 'ontly believed the Universal Life insurance Company offers insurance at its lowest
'1 hose of tho existing policy-holdcra who rica ire I o participate in tho profil? nuder I he new
plan can do BO by making application to the head ellice, or to any agents of the company.
Th? company is in a sound financial condition. Ratio of assets lo liabilities 130 lo 100.
Good reliable agents wanted, who will deal direct with tho Now York office, and to whom
full general agente' commissions will be paid.
Ul. W. OAKY ami M. C. IIUTLER,
Ktato Superintendents of Agencies.
Office on Richardson street, opposite Columbia Hotol, Columbia. U. C. * Sopt 0
Native and Foreign Wines.. Gandy! Candy!
80?PPEHNONG, Concord, Mantorna, Cia- i pr (\ DOXE3 assorted GANDY-/uK weight
ret, Champignon, jubt receive'd and for 1 'JU and pure article. . As Candy of light
saj? low, by_E. HOPK. J weight is extensively sold in this market,
? 2 ^ ?~? '. ? ' ' purchsBors will find it to their interest to
beegers Hoer IB Jfure. have the boxes weigh?d before buying. We
IT don't contain Copperas, Salt, I imo or \ guarantee 25 .pounds tn each box.
Alum. Marchi; ? Sept 12 JOHN AGNEW i SON.
YELL O W L I NE!
FAST FREIGHTS TO AXD?FR0J1 NORTHERN CITIES,
Via Charlotte,. Columbia and Augusta Railroad, North Carolina Railroad
Raleigh and Gaston Railroad, Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad,
and Steamers bstween Portsmouth and New York,
Boston, Philadelphia and Baltimore!
^ajiQj<iPM^-?. THE ABOVE-NAMED RAILROADS, in con
WNL""??^_nection with the Steamer Lines, having united
Sr?rfc^iKasTJT?I ?^*?"'K^,fS,r2?S?C^.^Sr '11 forminK a Fast Through Freight Linc, to bo
r*8t&&2&iaft ^ffiM.fe ?tyX5><it^W?TTtKfc^| known an thc YELLOW LINE, w ill put in opera
gr^rWSL^i^-^QgaVT WfP? ' - - - -WMV^ . tlon. tin the 4th of Septrmbor, a FAST THROUGH
FREIGHT SCHEDULE hclwicu Colunihia and Augusta and tho sbovc-named Northern
cities. The attention of f-hippeis and leceiverb nf Inigl.t is called to the foUowing advan?
tages oflVrid l>y the line:
It ia almost entirely an inland rente, hy which ?ates nf inmrni ce and risks of delay from
bad weather aro greatly reduct d. There ie no di avago, add no trsnBfers, except under cover.
Daily St'-ameis will inn ht tween Pt rt* mt nth and L'ullirr.orc, lbiladelpbia and New York,
and fi eight- will bave prompt despatch.
Rates and clat j-ifi?-aiiom Iht si in?' ss bj othi r louies.
Through bills of lacing e\vt n ?nd els ima tn in pt) j G ri juidt fV.
OW IIA V? HOODS MA lt K KU "VIA Y LL LO W LIKE." "?a. .'
For further information, apply to E. P.ALEXANDER,
Superintendent Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad.
E. R. DonsF.v, General Freight and 'J icl.et Agent. . Kept 2 3rj?o
$20,000 to be Distributed to Ticket-Holders
IN TUE COLIMA CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING ASSOCIATION.'
TUE following PROPERTY and CASH baa been placed in the bands of tho Trualees, Jobb
Agnew, Sr., Maj. M< ?ghan and ll. C. Shiver, in trust for the benefit of the Ticket-holders
ot the above Association, to he delivered to those who, on the day of the raille, may be enti?
tled to them. The title to the i o:il estato has been placed in the bauds of Col. F.W.McMas
ter. Attorney at Law. who wili examine the same and Rive trno warranty deeds, free from ali
encumbrance, on ihe day nf drawing. Tho First Fiize ia the Temperance Hall, now occu?
pied bil tho'first floor by Messrs. L?rick ?V Lowrance The lot is 25 feet front on Main street,
by 263 feet deep. Tho'Building is 150 feet lon? and two stories high. It is now lensed for
threo years for f 1.400 per nnnuui, payable monthly in advance, valued at.$15,000
Second Prize-hot adjoining Kore's lintel, 41 feet "front. 208 feet deep, valued at. 1,900
Third Prizt-T-Lot adjacent to ahovo, 25J feet front, 203 lcet deep, valued at. 1,100
1 Cash Prize.:. 600
2 Cash Prizes, $100 each. 200
4 Cash Prizes, at $50 each. 200
110 Cash Prizes, at $10 each. 1,100
2,000 Tickets, at $10 each ...$20.000
Tickets niav bc had nf the General A?rent. Dr. E. )Yi WHEELER, at Temperance Hall, or
at the Minde StAre of'MiHi-rs. 1 villi AND A SON, Messrs. JOHN AGNEW A SON.T. M. POL?
LOCK and D. C. PEIXO ITO ?V SON. .
'lille following gentlemen have consented to superintend tho drawing: J. C. B. Smith, D. B.
Miller and Henry E Scott, in connection with a committee of threo selected by the Ticket
holders, ou the dav of drawing."
The 10th dav of ?November- the fourth dav of till- Stalo Fair-HAS BEEN SELECTED AB
THE DAY FUR THE HR A WINO, which will take place in Temperance Hall. Colombia, 8. O.
Ticket-holders are assured tho drawiug will positively tako place that day, Tho tickets bave
met with good nain, and all who intend investing ate requested to do so SB carly as poeeiblo.
Aa tho names of tho ticket-holders.will Le registered in a book which shall bo in posses?
sion of tho Trustees onthe day of 'drawing, panics may feel assured that no moro than
2,000 tickets will be issued.
REFEHENICES.-E.,J. Scott, Son A Cot's Bank; Col. J,. B. Palmor,President Central National
Dank; Citizens' Savings ilank; South Cu ulm t Bank and Trust Company, and. W. B. G ulick,
Cashier Carolina National lin uk.
Capt. Wade L?rick, Agent in Lexington. . For Mrther particulars, address,
Sept 8 t2mo Die K. XV. WHEELER, Box 88, Colombia, B. C.
CHARLESTON, S. ti
FALL AND W ENTER OF 1871.
THE subscribers, JobhoiB and Wholosalo Dealers in tho city of Charleston, 8. C., beg to
call tho attention of the merchants ol the interior of this and the adjoining States to
thia market, as being now one of tho most desirable in which to procure full supplies of all
articles they may require.
Tho watits of the count rv having rapidly increased, with tmplo facilities to enable ns to
procure our supplies direct from drat bauds in Europe and this country, we are now prepared
to exhibit moro varied and complete stocks of seasonable GOODS than at any period since
the war, and will dispose of them c n as good terms as any other market.
"Daily facilities afforded lor thipiuint of goods to any point desired."
EDWIN BATES A CO., No. 124 Meoling CHANE, BOYLSTON A CO., corner Hayno
street and Meeting streets.
JOHNSTON, CHEWS A CO , No. 41 Hayno. .<MARSHALL A BUBGE, No. 143 Meeting.
ED*'IN RATES A CO., No. 122 Meeting street.
Fancy Goods, Notions, &c.
STEELE A WARDELL, No. 107 Meeting street.
. Fancy Goods, Notions and Millinery.
JOHN S. FAIRLY A CO., No. 35 Hay ne street. | SELL A FOSTER, No. 27 Hayno street.
Millinery and Straw Goods.
CH ARLES A. LLNGNICK, No. ICI Meeting street.
Boots and Shoes.
D. F. FLEMING A CO., corner'Hay ne and I T. M. BRISTOLL A CO., Nb. 145 Meeting
Church streets. .. | street.
E. B. STODDARD* A? CO., No. ICS Melting street.
Hats and Caps. . ;
THOMAS M. HORSEY A BRO., No. 251 EDMUNDS T. BROWN, No. 43 Hajne
Hayno street. | street.
J. IS. A DOER A CO.. No. 139 Meeting st. | HART A CO., No. S9 Hayno street.
C. GRAVELLY', corner East Bay and Boyce's Wharf".
Saddlery, Saddlery Hardware and Carriage Materials.
lt. THOML1NSON A CO., No. 137 Meeting street.
Drugs and Medicines.
GOODRICH, WINI MAN A CO., No. 35 Hayno streot.
Crockery and Glassware.
WM. JJ. WEHR, No. 128 Meeting Btrcet.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO., cofuer Hayno and Church streets.
Groceries, Liquors, &c.
J. A. QUACK EN BUSH, No. 122 Fa?t Bay I W. IL CHAFFE A CO., No. 207 East Bay
dreot. . I "tret t.
BOLLMANN BROS., No. - East Ray street.
Paints, Oils, Glass, &c.
itOLMES A CALDER, No. 205 East Bay I WM. M BIRD A CO., cornor East Bay an
itrc?t. I Cumbil land streets.
Job Printer, Stationer and Book-seller.
EDWARD PERRY, 149 Meeting street.
Type and Printing Material, Parer, Stationery, Jcb and Book Printing.
Aug ll WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL, 3 Broad street, and 109 East Bay. t2mo