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. ' ?DWireihe? VJ MI i Y AND Thl-WEEXXiY. ' ' '
EVEHY WKDNE3DAY UOSKIMO.
JULIA N ;?. S ? L B Y i
EDITOB ASID ril?l'UIETO?. "
'?)fflce on Main Street, above .Taylor.
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as-Book and Job Printing bf ovorydosorip
"? lion promptly and faithfully attouded to.
? .Ina or ted in tho Daily at 75 conta por aqua v o
* !or th? first and 50 oents eaob subsequent in?
sert iou. Long advertisements by .tua week,
-' TOonth or year, at reasonable rates. ?
i ii sunsonipxioK.
Daily, six months, ?4 UO; Trl-rWoekly, 2 5C?
' ^Weekly, 1 50.
Soul-lit eyes of heaven's blue;
Oheoks tho damask rose's hue,
Lipa tbe cherry'a ripest red,
Golden sunboams crown her hoad.
Flitting li ko a happy bird.
Baby prattle now is heard;
"Mamma, do oo love me lots?
'Oause mo lovo oo velly muta."
Uneasy foot are on my chair
Bounded dimpled arma so fair
Are pressed about my neck BO tight,
And I am ktaacd with baby-might. -
: Ttosy oho'okb tho pillow prosa, *
- Dolly near is laid to rest: "
.'Deas my dolly, bab zoo troub,
For she losod ber toddor boot;
Bho tared ber dress and lowed her hat,
When mo ride nor on zeo cat;
'Sides, I loaned her on zeo Btair,
While oo fizzled up my hair."
Woll, well, my darling, Bay yonr prayer,
Then go to sleep with dolly thcro.
"Now 16a no down to seep,
I pray zee Ord my eool to toop;
If I Hood dio boforo I wato
I pray zeo Ord my soul to tato,
And zia H I ask for Jesus' sato;
' Dod boss mamma, and papa, too,
My dolly, and my tity, too."
Tho Brunawiok (Ga.) Appeal says tbat
there is a whale thirty-Bix feet long
ashore on Little Gumborlaud Island. It
was shot from tbo roveuuo cutter Nause
?- MAKING HIB Prna'-i-Ta? safe of Binai -
di& Co.,'nt BHzabethl?h, N. 07; waa
robbed, on the 10th instant, of $7,209,
of which $3,200 was County fonda. Si?
multaneously tho carpet-bag. sherill of
the. Coun ty bolted, don g with '. a disre?
putable associate, and they are suspected
of having been accomplices in the bur?
The Australian knave, who sails under
tho name of Fisher, and declares .him?
self tho trne Mossiah, is how attracting
great attention. He says he is not only
tho incarnation of Christ, bat also of
King David, and, being tho incarnation
of King David, is entitled to fuar wives
instead of one, aud foar he has.' ?j
Of tho new "Saratoga stride" the local
EapersajB: "It is really hard to do. You
avo to praetico it a good deal in your
room, nnd then if you don't get your
fins-wo mean your arms-to hang just
right, you spoil it all, and you hear them
whisper, as you pass along, 'She hasn't
got it right.' "
That Pittsburg girl of fifteen, who
sues a man of seventy for breach of pro?
mise, would seem hardly to need u hus?
band's protecting care.
The Marion Star,
v Established Over Twenty Years Ago.
THE best advertising medium in Eastern
Carolina. Our liut of uuuBcribers defies
competition, and our advertising terms are
liberal. Merchants nf Columbia will consult
thoir interests by availing themselves of our
Every ono roads tho Star. Its circulation
is very largo and rapidly increasing, and its
readers aro from all sect inns and of all classes.
Address MeKKUALL & STEDMAN,
Sept 1G_Editora. Marion C. H.. S. C.
THE CAROLINA HOUSE
fIS once more open to tho public, under
thc superintendence of Mr. lt. BA KUY.
Tho reputation of the house will bo kept
* THE EXCHANGE HOUSE.
THIS well-known establishment ia in full
blast, and keeps up ita reputation for tho
host of everj thing in tho lino of WET GOODS.
Thoy carry out tho motto of "Good articles
or nono." PAYS1NGER A FRANKLIN,
Good News for Columbia !
THE Bnbecribora, having located permanently in thia city, beg to inform the public that
he has opened a Quo and aelect atock of
mm m mm eran
Our motto ia "QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS," and we guarantee satisfaction to
all who may favor us with their patronage Qivo us a call before purchasing elsewhere. .
S. STRAUS & BRO.,
Sept 8 Imo Colombia Hotel Building.
S| 2 5 0 , 0 0 0 I
In Real ?Estate and United States Gold Bonds
Will positively bo distributed by RAFFLE on tho 22d of November, 1371, in public, in tho
city of Charleston, at 10 o'clock A. M., hy
CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION, BENEFIT FREE SCHOOL FUND,
Chartered by tho Legislature of South Carolina at its last session, and approved March 8,1871.
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS FER SHARE !
THE BAFFLE will positively take place 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 mont bo Distributed in tho Award,
and a valid deed of each piece of Boal Estato, freo from all incumbrauces, given. Tho Per
flonal Property and United States Gold Bonds wUl be delivered immediately after tho Ra filo.
Eaoh and every Certificate hau Tbreo separate and distinct Numbers in figures, and the
words of each figure written thereon, and are all combined with each other from Nos. 1 to
78 promiBcnonsly. All the Certificates of Shares issued by the Company, with their nnmbers,
aro registered in their books.
SCHEDVbB OF AWARDS.
That Certificate of Share baviug on it the lat, 2d and 3d nnmbers obtained on the
Raffle will be entitled to the award oftbat first class Three-Story Warehouse, situ?
ate on Meeting street, No. 147, Charleston, S. C., (opposito thc Charleston Hotel,)
being 38 feet front by about 240 deep, freo from all incumhranccs, and valued at. ;$85,000
That Certificate of Share having on it tue 4th, 5th and 6th numbera obtained on thc
Raffle will be entitled to tho award of that first class Three-Story Warehouse, No.
145 Meeting street, Charleston, B. C., free from all inenmbrances, valued at.J?SO,OOO
That Certificate of Share having on it tho 7th. 8th and 9th numbers obtained on tho
Bafflo will be entitled to tho award of that first class Three-Story Warehouao, No.
143 Meeting Btreet, Charleston, 8. C., freo from all iuenmbrances, valued at.$27,500
That Certificate of Shara having on it tho 10th, 11th and 12th numbers obtained on
tho Baffle will be entitled to the award of that Three-Story Warehouse, No. 141
Meeting street, Charleston, S. C., free from all incumhranccs, valued at. 125,000
Tho above Four Warehouses are opposite the Charleston Hotel, and aro the most valuable
?roperty in Charleston,
bat Certificate of Share having on it the 2d, 3d and 4th numbers obtained on tho
Baffle will be entitled to an award of that fino pioce of property, situate on Broad
street, Charleston, S.O., and known ss tho "Maneioj House," tree iroru all incum
branoes, valued at.;.$20,000
That Certificate of Share having on it tho 3d, 4th and 5th numbera obtained on tho
Baffle will bo entitled to an award of that fine Two-Story Dwelling, situate on
Gadsden and and Lnmbor streets, Columbia, S. C , with all tho out-buildings and
improvements, with about half an sore of ground thereto, valued at.$10,000
That Certificate of Share having on it tho 5th, Otb and 7th numbers obtained on tho
Baffle will bo entitled to an award of that fine Cotton Plantation, containing
about 1,800 aerea, one-third cleared, and heavily timbered, situate! in County of
Darlington, on Great Poe Dee River, free from incumbrances, valued at. $10,000
That Certificate of Share having on it Gtb, 7th and 8th numbers obtained ou tLe Kn Ole
will be entitled to an award of United States Gold Bonds (new issue) of valuo or.. $3,000
That Certificate of Share having on it 8tb, Otb and 10th numbers obtained on tho Bafflo
wiU be entitled to an award of United States Gold Bonds (new issue) of valuo of.. $2,000
That Certificate of Share having on it the Otb, 10th and 11th nnmbers obtained on the
Baffle will be entitled to au award of United States Gold Bonde of the valuo of.... $1,0G0
Those Forty Certificates or Shares having on them following numbers obtained on Raffle:
2d 3d 6tb 2d 4th 0th 4th 5th 7th 5th Gth 0th 0th 7th 12th 0th 10th 12th
2d Sd 7th 2d 4th 7th 4t'a 5th 8th 5th 6th 10th 7th 8th loth 1st Sd 4th
2d 8d 8th 3d 4th 8th 4th 5th 0th 5th 0th 11th 7th 6th 11th lat 4th 6th
2d Sd 0th 3d 4th 0th 4th 5th 10th 5th 0th 12th 7th 8th 12th lat 5th Otb
2d Sd lOtU Sd 4th, 10th 4th 5th 11th Otb 7th 0th 8th 0th 11th I lat Cth 7th
2d 3d 11th 8d 4tb 11th 4th 5th 12th 6th 7th 10th 8th 0th 12th lBt 7th ' 8th
2d Sd 12th Sd 4th 12th 5th Cth 8th Gtb 7th 11th |
Will be each entitled to au award in United Bt atea Gold Ho ml a of tho value of.. $500
Tb oso Forty Certificates of Shares having on them following numbers obtained on rallie:
lat 8th Oth 2d 0th 10th Sd 11th 12th nih 8th Olh 7th 0th ? 10th
. 1st 9th 10th 2d 10th 11th 4th 6th 7th 5th 9th 10th 7th 10th 11th
1st 10th 11th 2d 11th 12th 4th 7th 8th 5th 10th 11th 7th 11th 12lh
lat Uth 12th 8d 6th 6th 4th 8th 01b 5th 11th 12th 8th 10th 11th
2d 4th 5th 8d 6th 7th 4th 9th 10th Gth 8th 0th 8:h 11th 12th
2d 5th 6th 8d 7th 8th 4th 10th Uth Gth 0th 10th 0th 11th 12th
2d 6th 7th Sd 8th 0th 4th 11th 12th Otb 10th 11th Ut 3d 5th
2d 7th 8th 8d- 9th 10th 6th 7th 8th 6th 11th 12th 1st 8d Gib
Will be eaoh entitled to an award of United States Gold Bonds of the valuo of. $250
AR tha other Certificates of ?hsrea hating on them any three numbers obtained on the
Baffle, and not designated ae any of tho above Certificates aro, will each be enti?
tled to an award of United States Bonds of tho valuo of. $50
Awards will be made only to suoh Certificate? of Shares as bavo threo numbera on them,
so obtained on the Baffle.
To such aa desire to take Shares in this great Baffle and distribution of real and personal
property, the Directors will afford every facility -and satisfaction, and perfect fairness toill be
exercised throughout, and many persons may trace their fntnre prospects in business and
station in sooiotj to a fortunate snare heiein.
Orders, with the money for Certificates, may bo sent by Express, or Registered Letters, or
Post Ornoo Orders, at the risk of the Association. Persons sending orders will be particular
to give their names, places of residence, County nnd State, which will be entered in tho books
di the Company, and immediately anon the Bafflo taking placo tho official raffled numbers
will be forwarded to each correspondent.
The Raffle will positively take place on the day named, and every award of tho property and
Gold Bonds must be made to the holders ot tbe Certificate?.
?ddresB all orderB to T. LEVIN, Agent, Columbia, S. C.
Cf h a rle a t o n Char i t ab le Association
Incorporated by. Act of Assembly, 1870-'71, ?nil approved March 8, 1871.
SINGLE NUMBER RAFFLE !
AND DIBTBIDDTION Olf ,
40 ? Awards in United States Gold Bonds, New Issue,
FOlt THE BENEFIT OF'THE FREE SCHOOL FUND,
WILL TAKE 1'LACE ON
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1?, 1871,
At No. 117 Meeting Street, Charleston, S. C., at 1 O'Clock P. M., in Public.
Full Certificate Shares, $5; Halves, $2.50; Quarters, $1.25.
Ten Thousand Numbers Only !
FOUR HUNDRED AWARDS of United Stales Gold Ronda (ncwiaaue) to bo distributed
immediately upon tbo Raftle taking place.
SCHEDULE Ol?"* AWARDS.
Ono Annul of 810,000 In Gold Bonita, la.810,000
Ono Award of ?2.500 in Gold Ronda, ia. '2,500
Ono Award of 2,000 in Gold Ronda, ia. 2,000
Ono Award of 1,000 in Gold Ronda, ia. 1,000
Ono Award of 500 iu Gold Bouda, ia. 500
Ono Awaril of GOO in Gold Bunda, ia. . 500
Ono Award of 500 iu Oold Booda, ia. COO
Ono Award of 250 in Gold Bouda, ia. 250
One Award of 250 in Gold Bouda, ia. 250
Ono Award of 250 in Gold Bouda, ia.,. 250
One Award of 250 in Gobi Bouda, ia. 250
Ono Award of 200 in Gold Ronda, ia. . 200
One Award or 200 in Gold Bouda, ib. 200
Ono Award of 200 in Gold Bond?, ia. 200
Ono Award of 200 in Gold Ronda, ia. 200
FivO Awarda of 100 in Gold Bouda, are. 500
Ton Awarda of 50 in Gold Bouda, are. 500
Twenty Awarda of one-half each of one ??O Gold Bond, aie. 500
Fifty Awarda of one firth eat h of one $100 Gold Rond, are. 1,000
One Hundred Awarda of one-tenth each ot ono ?100 Gold Rond, are. 1,000
Two Hundred Awarda of one-twentieth each of one ?100 Gold Bond, aro. 1,000
400 Awards to be Distributed in Gold Bonds, in conformity to Law,
Exploitation of ilie Distribution.
Numbera from 1 to 10,COO, (thu urine mimbi ra bring oil thc CtrtificntcH,) are printed on
separate slips of paper, which ure eaeh cecil cit d in lube*, pud hie all placid in ii Glass
Raffle Cylinder, 'ibo; FourHundred Awards, in uccuidumc willi the heh ititi le above; aro
alao printed on eepaiato elipa ol pantr, mid ? itch it? i liebelt d in a lube, sud all aro then
placed in another ellida c\limb r, callid the Awaiti Cylinder. 'Jhe ry lindi ra aie holli re?
volv? d, and a number ?a taken hem the rylitn"tr'Xi nind i ia liv u boy*blind-folded, and Olio
of tho awarda ia taken from tito Awai ti Cylinder bv a l oy likewite biii.d-foltkd. holli of
which arc exhibited to the spectator*, and nub nr.n.bi r tull bc entitled to thc awaiti: and
thia operation will be repeat t d until -It III mimbil* nie irk in hun the Nt ml? r CyliiuU i and
.100 Awarda from the Award Cylinder to auch nun bert.
Tho Commiaaiontre will entrr down eaeh tir.nih? r en their hooks na lulim hem the cylin?
der numbera, and the Awards to each na taketi I rom the Award Cj linder.
Tho Its file will take place on the day and comm? nee al the hour nimmt. Iki re will Le no
postponement whatever, and all the AM iuds n.uti I e ditli il.utt tl.
Cu llli? -liten for Stilt: ut uti tin; AfECOClt:* of tile Association.
CoMiiiH.sioNEits- FENN PECK AND JAMES GILLIE A ND.
For orders, address I*. T. LEVIN, Agent, Malu street, Columbia S.C.
J. P. HORbACH, General Agent, No. 147 Meeting emit, Chinlct-ton, S. C. Stpt ll
GRAND PRIZE_ DISTRIBUTIONT
fJUCKETS to the Concorta of tho SOUTH CAROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSO?
CIATION roady for salo and delivery. All orders from the country promptly filled. AgcntB
wanted for tho Couuties of Laneaater, Lexington, Spartanhurg, Greenville, Abbeville, Oco
ueo and Pickena. Apnly to D. GAMBRILL A CO.,
Juno G General Agents, Columbia, S. C.
THE ?^VERS?L, LIFE
LIBERTY STREET, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ NEW YORK.
The Original Stock Life Insurance Company of the united States.
WILLIAM WALK.K11, VrtslOVnf.
HENRY J. FURBER, Yice-Preaident. .JOHN ll. BEWLEY, Secretary.
GEORGE L. MONTAGUE, Actuary. E. \V. LAMBERT, M. D., Medical Examiner.
THIS COMPANY offers tho following IMPORTANT ADVANTAGES to those
about EFFECTING INSURANCE ON THEIR LIVES:
1. Insurance at Stock Rates, being from 20 Lo 30 per cent, leta than the ratie charged hy
2. Each Policy-holder ia regarded aa a Stockholder to the extent or one Annual Premium
on his Policy, and will aharu iu tho l'rotila ot i hu Company to the aaiuu extent aa a Stock?
holder owning an equal amount of tho Capita! Stock.
8. Every Policy issued by the Company ia nbu-forfeitablc, and containa a [clause stating its
exact Surrender Value.
Before. Insuring your Life or accepting the Agency >>f any Company,
READTIIK FOL.LOW I NI; I
A lengthened experience baa demonstrated that thc ratea of premium ordinarily charged
by life insurance companies are from twenty-five to thirty per cent, in exeeaa of what are ne
ceaaary for a e?fo and legitimate conduct of the busiiieaa. In other word?, can-fully and
prudently-managed companies charging "mutual" ratea havo been ublo to return to their
policy-holders from 25 to 80 per cent. of thu amount charged for premiums.
When life insurance companied were find organized, reliability of the data upon which pre?
miums were constructed had not undergone teat of experience, lt waa thought, therefore, no
moro than common prudence to adopt a t-calo nf prenduma which would, in any event, meet
all tho pre au m ed and unforeaeen contingencies of the bus In eas. Aa long aa thc matter was
involved in aetne doubt, it waa better lo lix the rate too high than to incur tho riek of mak?
ing it too low; becauso, in tho former caae, the error could be easily remedied, at least in
part, by returning to tho policy-holders, at certain intervals, such portion of tho premium
charged SB waa found necessary for thc purposes of the buaincaa anti the completo security
of the company. Experienco, however, having eatiafacto.il} demonstrated that Iheaoralea
aro exceaaivo, what poaaible excuso can there be for maintaining them?
Availing themaelvcB of thia experience, the Directora and Managers of the Universal Life
Inatirance Company, at ita organization, adopt* ?1 a ?cale of premiums in accordance there?
with, and which baa proved to bo fait and adi quate, and all that waa necettary to meet thc
requirements of tho busiiieaa. These premiums aro about twenty-five per cent, lower than
thoaechargo by mutual companeia. It alto appeared, inatmuch na the rnlea ao established
were as near aa could possibly bo determined fiiir ratta, and not in excess of what insurance
has previously cont tho policy-holders in mutual companies, that any prolita arising lrom
frudent managt nient justly and properly belong* d te> thc'stockholdcrs of the company, for
he risk incurred by them m undertaking the bnaineta.
Experience baa shown that there are ainu et a of profit in the practice rf the business which
theory will not admit of being considered aa elementa in the calculation of the premiums.
These results form a saving in the mortality of the no mbi rs of a company owing to tho me?
dical ??elect ion of good livia, a gain in interest ou the invottmeiits ol the ceinpany over that
auaunicd in tho calculation of ita prtmiuma, the profila derivable from tho lapsing and Mur?
render of policies by tho member a, and from tither minor aourei s. Profita from theao sources,
in a company possessed of a capita1 of f2GO,C00, and doing a fair amount of btiaincse, would
givo to the stockholders dividends largely in exeeaa of what were counted on by the Directora
of thu Uuivetaal at the time of its organization. They have, therefore, detei mined to divide
among tho policy-holders of tho company a largo putt of tho profila accruing from tho
aourcca named, all of which have herelolore been divided among tho stockholders.
Tho plan adopted for auoh division ia aa follows: Every person who may hereafter insure
with tho Universal will, for tho purpotea of division, ht treated as a stockholder tu extent of
ono annual premium upon bia policy; and will share in the protita of the company to precisely
same extent as a stockholder owning an equal amount of thc capital alock.
By thia ayateni or insurance, original with tho Uuivcrtal, the policy-holder secures Hu fol?
lowing important advantage*:
1. Inanranco at tho regular *:atock" rates, rt quiring a primary outlay of about twenty to
thirty per cont, lees than that chai ged by mutual companies, and which ia equivalent toa
yearly "dividend" paid in ? dvance t. that amount on mutual ratt a. Thia low coat of insur?
ance ls worthy of attention. Since its Organization, thia company bau rc eelv?d in premiums
from its policy-holders the sum nf $1,517.000. To ifleet thu tame amount of insurance in a
mutual company would have cutt lin m an initial outlay of $2 COO,OOO Ry allowing its policy?
holders to retain, in their own possession, thia exeeaa of $183,0(!0, the t" inversai baa virtually
paid them a "dividend" of 1483,000. and paid lt, too, in advance, inatcad ot at the end of one
or moro year?. It is impossible to iii d ney ..Tiemple cf a mutual company tm niching insur?
ance at ao low a coat by rot urning to policy I . . ie at. i ipial amount upon M? hi Uar receipts.
2. Participation iu the legitimate pi efl it.ni itu coo pony, np?-ii ? pl?ii ? Idell secures to the
policy-holders tho Hume tn m H.! nt which din.cloie nod atockholdtis awaid lo themselves.
Thia system of participation, in connection with the low "stock" ratet of premiums, muai
necessarily secure to llw policy-holders every poaaible advantage to be derived from prudent
and careful management.
The low rates of premium con pel economy, and, independent of participation, guarantee
tn the policy-holder his insurance at a rate wbicb ia not in exec st of the coat in well managed
mutual companies; wbilo, by the proposed plan ot participation in what may be coiithlt-rid
the legitimate profits of the business, the coat will be ttill further diminished.
i hua by tho combined advantages arising from low ?took rate and participation in profits,
it is confidently believed the Universal Life Insurance Company ollera insurance at ita lom st
Those of tho exltting pollcy-boldcrB who deairo t" participate in Ibo profits under Ibo new
plan can do BO bv making application to tho head office, or to any agents of the company.
Tho company is in a sound financial condition. Ratio of assets to liabilities IBO to 100.
Good reliable agents wanted, who will deal direct with the Now York office, and to whom
full general agenta' commissions will be paid.
01. W. HAUY and M. C. BUTLER,
State Superintendents of Agencies.
Office on Richardson street, opposite Colombia Hotel, Columbia. S. C. Sept 9
Native and Foreign Wines. Gandy! #an3yr'1 -
80UPPERNONG, Concord, tauterue. Cia- ? r? f\ BOXE8 assorted CANDY-/ut? wight
ret, Champagnes, Just received and for i *J\J and pure article. As Candy of light
salo low, by . ' E. HOPE, j weight is cxtonsivoly sold In this-market,
--T--.-_-t pnrchaaera will find it td their .Interest to
Seagers Heer IS Pure. bave tho boxes weighod before buying. We
IT don't contain Coppetaa, Halt, Limo or \ guarantee 25pounds in each box.
Alnm. March ll 1 Sept 12 JOHN AGNEW <i SON.
Y E L L OJW_L I N E !
FAST FREIGUTS TO AND?FR0M NORTHERN CITIES,
Via Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad, North Carolina Railroad
Raleigh and Gaston Railroad, Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad,
and Steamers bstweon Portsmouth and New York,
Boston, Philadelphia and Baltimore 1
THE AROVE-NAMED RAILROADS, in con?
nection with tho Steamer Lines, having united
in forming a Fast Through Freight Line, to be
known as the YELLOW LINE, will nut in opora
Sa&gggS^a^ tho-Uh of September, a FA8T THROUGH
FREIGHT SCHEDULE betwitn Columbia and Augusta aid tho above-named Northorn
cities. Tho attention of tbippcis and lt cet vere of Ireight ie called to tho following advan?
tages offend hy tho line:
It is almoet cnthelj nu inland ri ute, bj tillich intra < f inthrai.ee and risks of delay from
bad weather aro greatly reduced. There ii- no diayi-.gc. and no tranefcre, except under cover.
Daily Steamers will mn lu two? n I'm leu < nih Mini l'allimoie, Philadelphia and New York,
and heights will have, promt t det-pntch.
Ratea and chn-tilieaiu ni- lin- Hillie KU ty Gib?r louies.
Through bills of biding piv? n r.nd cl?i?.n i n nq Hy adjutte d.
OtV tl A VU '.-OOHS MA/:.KhJ) "VIA YkLLOW, LINE." fOx
For further information, apply to E. P. ALEXANDER,
> Sr.j,ei inti helen! Chai lotte, Columbia ?nd AnRuata Railroad.
"E. R. Donsnv, General Freight and Tick ot Agent. Sept 2 3mo
$20,00? to be Distributed to Ticket-Holders
IN THE COHIBIA CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING ASSOCIATION.
THE following PROPERTY and CASH baa been placed in tho hands of tho Trustees, John
Agnew, Sr., Maj. M-ighan and R. C. Shiver, in trust for tho benefit of tho Ticket-holders
I of thu above Association, to be delivered to (boee who, on tho day of the raffle, may be enti?
tled to them. The title to thc real est?te baa been placed in the hands of Col. F.W.McMas
ter, Attorney at Law. who will cx-iminu thc aamo and give true warranty deeds, free from all
encumbrance, on the day of draging. Tho Firat Prize is tho Temperance Hall, now occu?
pied dil tho tiret Moor by'Mossrs. L?rick k Lowrance. Tho lot ia 25 feet front on Main Btrcet,
ny 203 feet deep. The Building is l.'.n feet long and two stories high. It ia now leased for
three years for il.100 per annum, payable monthly in advance, valued at.$15,000
Second Prize-Lut adjoining Rote's Hotel, 44 feet front, 208 foot deep, valued at. 1,000
Third Prize-Lot adj icont to above] 25A Tcet front, 203 Itet deep, valued at. 1,100
1 Cae h Prize. 500
2 Cash Prizes; $100 each. 200
4 Cash Frizes, at ?50 each. 200
110 Cash l'riz-s, at $10 each.:. 1,100
2,000 Tickets, at ?10 each .?,.$20.000
Ticket? mav bo had i.l tho General Agent. Dr. E. W. WHEELER, at Temperance Hall, or
at tho Mueic Store of Mea.-i?. LvUKAKD A SON. Meaars. JOHN AGNEW A SON, T. M. POL-'
LOCK and D'. C. PEIX?TTO A SON.
Tho following gentlemen have consented tn superintend the drawing: J. C. B. Smith,D. B.
Miller and Henry E Scott, in connection with a committee of three selected by tho Ticket
holders, on tho dav of draging.
Thu 10th dav ot November-the fourth dav of the State Fair-HAS BEEN SELECTED AS
THE DAY FOR THE ORA WING, which will take place in Te mperance Hall, Colombia, S. C.
Ticket-holders aro assured the drawing will positively Uko place that day. The tickotB have
met with good ?ale, and all who intend investing are requested to do so as early aspOBSible.
As the uamcH of tho ticket-holders will bo regi?ter(tl in a book which shall bo in posses?
sion of tho Trustee?, on tho day of drawing, parties mav feel assured that no more than
2,000 ticket? will bei issued. '
REFERENCES.-E. J. Scott, Son A Co.'a Rank; Cid. J. B. ralmer. President Central National
Rank; Citizen*' Saving? dank; South Carolina Rank'and Tmat Company, and W. B. Gulick,
Cashier Carolina National Rank.
Capt. Wado L?rick, Agent in Li xington. For further particulars, addrosB,
Sept 8 t2nio Dil. K. \v . WIIKELKH, Box 88, Columbia, S. C.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
FALL AND WINTER OF 1871.
TUE Hubscribera. Jobbers and Wholesalo Dealers in the city of Charleston, 8. C., beg to
call tho atteution of tho merchants ot tho interior of this and the adjoining States io
thia market, as being now one of tho moat deeirablc in which to procure full aoppliea of all
article? they maj* require.
Tho wanta of the conntrv having rapid]; increased, with tiuple facilities to enable ns to
procuro our supplia* direct from tiret hands in Europe and this country, we are now prepared
to exhibit more varied and complete ?tock? ot aeaaouablo GOODS than at an;' period since
the war, and will diaooae nf them on aa good terme aa any other market.
"Daily facilities afforded .'or t-hipme-ut of gooda to any point desired."
EDWIN BATES A CO., No. 124 Meeting CRANE, ROYL8TON A CO., corner Hayne
street. and Meeting streets.
JOHNSTON, CHEWS A CO., No. 41 Hasue. '?MARSHALL A BURGE, No. HS Meeting.
ED^IN RATES A CO., No. 122 Meeting street.
Fancy Goods, Notions, &c.
STEELE A WARDELL, No. 167 Meeting etreot.
Fancy Goods, Notions and Millinery.
JOHN S. FAIRLY A CO.,No. 35 Hayne street. | SELL A FOSTER, No. 27 Hayne streot.
Millinery and Straw Goods.
CHARLES A. LENGN1CK, No. ICI Meeting stroet.
Boots and Shoes.
D. F. FLEMING A CO., comer Hayne and I T. M. BRISTOLL A CO., No. 145 Meeting
Church streets. I street.
E. B. STODDARD A CO., No. 165 Melting street.
Hats and Gaps.
THOMAS M. nORSLY A BRO., No. 25 1 EDMUNDS T. BROWN, No. 43 Hajne
nayno at reel. I street.
J. E. AUGER A CO., No. 130 Meeting ?t. | UART A CO., No. 80 Hayne streot.
C. GRAVELLY, corner East Ray and Bo>ce'? Wharf.
Saddlery, Saddlery Hardware and Carriage Materials.
lt. THOMLINSON A CO., No. 137 Meeting street.
Drugs and Medicines.
GOODRICH, W1NEMAN A CO., No. 35 Hayne streot.
Crockery and Glassware.
WM. L. WERR, No, 128 Meeting street.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO., corner Hayne end Church streets.
Groceries, Liquors, &c.
J. A. QUACKEMJUSH, No. 122 East Bay I W. H. CH AFEE A CO., No. 207 East Ba j
street. - I ?treit.
ROI.LMANN RROff, No. - East Bay street.
Paints, Oils, Glass, &c.
HOLMES A CALDER. No. 203 East Bay I WM. M. BIRD A CO., cornor East Bay ax.
street. I Cumberland streets.
# Job Printer, Stationer and Book-seller.
EDWARD PERRY, 140 Meeting street.
Type and Printing Material, Paper, Stationery, Job and Book Printing.
Aug ll WALKER, EVAN8 A COGSWELL, 3 Broad street, and lOOEaBt Bay. t2m