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."JllUHaEDDAlLY AtmTBNWE^HM. ?
! EVUUY WBO?B3D?T fefOBHINO.
*Y JULIAN A. SELBY,
. EDITOU AXD I'HOI'BIKTOn.
Office on Main Street, above Taylor.
-?I ? ?, i * "
?ar Book and Job Printing of ovory doecrip
iou promptly and faithfully attended to.
ADVERTISEMENTS
Inserted,in the Daily at 75 cents per squavo
:or tho first and 50 cents oaoh subsequent in?
sertion. Long advertisements by tue week,
month or yoar, at reasonable rates.
SUBBOBIPTION.
Daily, six months, *4 00; Tri-Weekly, 2 SC;
Vnoklv, 1 50.
REMOVAL OF THU CHEROKEES FROM
NOBTH CAROLINA.-Tho Washington Sta}'
has tho following paragraph, conoeruing
the removal of the Cherokees from tho
North State:
"Friend John T>. Long, noting Secre?
tary to tho Board of Indino Commission?
ers, returned from his home in Mniue,
this morning. Mr. Lang and Col. D. C.
Cox, of the Interior Department, linvo
been desiguated by Secretary Delano to
proceed to North Carolina mid remove
the Cherokees, ia that State, to tho In?
dian Territory, and will leave some time
next week. There are about 1,500 Che?
rokees iu tho State, all of whom ure
noxious for a oblonge of residence. Mr.
Lang and Col. Cox leave for Philadel?
phia and New York to-morrow, for the
purpose of purchasing olothing for dis?
tribution among tho destitute of these
Iudiaus. lu this duty Mr. Laug acts for
the Indian Commission, aud Col. Cox
represents the Department of the Inte?
rior."
A telegram in our pnpor of yesterday
stated that "Friend Lang" had gone
Northward to buy provisions for these
Indians. They aro very quiet people,
and have continued to live down to this
day iu the land of their fathers. But
they aro now to go. Whether with their
own cousent or by force, it is all oue.
They were the original owners-the lords
of tho soil-and are forced, by the natu?
ral distinctions between them and the
whites, to go away to new hunting
grounds, where they will be to them?
selves. But how long before they will
have to look out once more fora place of
retreat from the pale-faoeB?
The fate of these poor savagcB is in
striking contrast with that of a barba?
rous race which, through tho avarice of
the white man, was imported iuto this
couu'try. We drive away the barbarians
who owned the laud originally, and we
elevate the barbarians that we imported
from Africa to equality with the white
mau-wo put them iu o?lae and seud
thom to the Legislature and to Congress.
We lind the African with all tho facial
indications of barbarism, and some.with
tho distinct murks of the cannibal, who
can neither rend nor write, sitting in the
halls of State making laws for us and oc?
cupying the seats once honored by the
greatest men in the laud I
This wonderful contrast will attract the
attention of tho future historian, and tho
world will be amazed at the monstrous
lollies of the men of these days.
[Richmond Dispatch.
The lorgea^jppeoiiss.i^e world W?B
lately made 1B Birmingham? , Englands
Xi JIB about : nix ?miles ??ong?dflve snot ft
quarter i riches iii oird?mfer?noe; and
CITIZENS;' SATINS BANK
SOUTH C ARDLUI
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received,
? ??.??
INTEREST ALLO WEI) A T THE RA TE O h
HEVEN TER CENT. PER ANNO Al,
ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIX PER CENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SIX
MONTUti ON A COO UN TS.
OFFlCEItS.
Wm. Marlin, Freaideut.
JohnB. Palmer. I viuo.Prei.idwiii,
Johu P. Thomas, f >lc0 1
A. G Breuizor, Gashior.
J. II. Sawyer, Assistant Cushier, i
charge of ltrauchos.
John O. B. Smith, Assistant Cuubior.
Director?.
Wado Hampton, William Martin, A. C. Han?
kel), F. W. MoMaster. John P. Thomas. E. H.
Heinitsh, Joh? B. Fainer, Timms* E. Gregg,
Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Mayes, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge,Charleston.
Daniel Ravonul, Jr.. Charleston.
MochanicB, Laborers, Clorks, Widows, Or?
phans and others muy hero deposit their uav
tugs and draw a liberal rate of interest there*
on. Planters, Professional Mon andTruatccE
wishing to draw interest en their funds until
they roouiro them for business or other pur?
poses; Parente desiring to sot apart small
. urns for their children, and Married Women
and Minors (whoso deposits can only bo with?
drawn by themselves, or, in case of death, by
l.heir legal representativos,) withing to lay
aside funds for future uso. aro here afforded
un opportunity of depositing their meanB
whore they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
the samo timo, bo subject to withdrawal when
?leoded. Anc 18
KESTRAL NATIONAL BANK
OF COLUMBIA, S. C.
Present Capital, $160,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, 5500.000.
OFFICERS.
John B. Palmer, President.
A. G. Brenizbr, Cashier.
C. N. G. Butt, Abbist ant Cashier.
DIllECTOllS.
J. Eli Grogg, John B. Palmor, F. W. McMas
tor, B.D. Semi, of R. D. Sonn & Son; G. W.
Bearden, of Copeland & Ilearden; R. L. Brjnu,
of Brvan ic McCarter; W. C. Swaflield, of R.
& W. 0 SwafBeld.
F. W. MoMaster, Solioitor.
THIS Bank is now open for tho transaction
of a general banking bushiest*.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT of curroncy or
coin, bearing interest at tho rate of seven (7)
per cent per annum, iu kind, will he issued.
Depot-it H from County Officers especially so?
licited; also, from Trustees, Administrators,
Executors, Professional Men, and others.
Particular attention .given to accounts of
City and Country Merchants, and other busi?
ness mon, and tho usual accommodations ex
tended.
Notes, Bills of Exchange, and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, and money loaned
on collaterals.
Stocks, Bands, Gold, SHver bought and sold.
Mutilated Currency purchased at a small
discount.
Sight Dra?s drawn direct on all tho promi?
nent placos in England, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Den?
mark and the Orient. Letters of Credit issued,
I ayablo in any of tho above pisces.
Drafts on all tho prominent cities in the
United Staten bought and sold.
Banking House opposite Columbia Hotel.
Open from 9 to 3. Feb 28 ly
GrStEAT SOUTHERN
FREIGHT 111 numil LINE.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, BOSTON,
AND ALL THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTURING CITIES.
THREE TIMES figS|Er$g\ \/)']MW^*^^?^l A W E E K .
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays.
ELEGAN T STA TE-I?0OM A CCOMMODA TI OES.
Sea Voyage 10 to 12 HOUJTB'^^^^S^^V^.Shorter via Charleston.
TOTAL CAPACITY, 40,000 HA I.KS MONTHLY.
The South Carolina Railroad Company,
AND connecting Road H Weat, In alliance villi tho lier t of thirteen flrat class Steamships to
tho above port?, invite attention tc tho quick time and regular despatch afforded to tho
business public in thc Cotton Htutcb at the
PORT OF* CHARLESTON,
Offering faciliticB of rail and sea train-port ution lor Frtight and l'msst tigers not excelled in
excellence and capacity at any ellar ? oil. 'J ho following eplti.did Ocean (Reamers sro re?
gularly on the line:
TO ti K W Y O R IC .
MA NH A TT A JV, OEOEOIA,
M. S. Woodhull, Commander. s. Croivcll. Command? r.
CHAMPION, SOUTH CAltOLINA,
R. W. Lockwood, Commander. T. J. Beckett, Commander.
CHARLESTON, CLY RF,
James Derry, Commander. J. Kenncdv, Commander.
JAMES ADOER, ASHLAND,. "
T. J. Lockwood, Commander. '- Ingram, Commander.
JAMES ADOER & CO., WAGNER, HUGER A, CO.,
Agent?, Charleston, S. C. \\M. A. COURTENAY;
Agente, Charleeton, S. C.
TO PHI h A ll K 1. P II I A .
VIRGINIA. ' EMPIRE,
Alex. Hunter, Commander. C. Hinckley. Commander.
8AILI.NO DAYS-THURSDAYS.
WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent, Charlceton, 8. C.
TO Ii A L T I ni O R IC .
FALCON, MARYLAND, .
Hainio, Commander. Johuuou, Commander.
SEA GULL,
Dutton, Commander.' Sailing Daye-Every Fifth Day.
PAUL C. TH EN HOLM, Agent, Charlceton, B. 0.
Rates gnarontcod ae low aa (boee of competing lints. Marine Iimurauco, one-halt of one
per cent.
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING AND THROUGH TICKETS
Can bo had at all the principal Railroad Oftices in Georgia, Alabama, Tenn?tecc and Missis?
sippi.
Stoto Rooms moy bo secured in advance, without extra charge, hy ?uldrceplng Agonfa of
tho Steam?"hips in Charleston, at whoso oflioo* in all eaaos tho Railroad Tickets should bo
exchanged and Berthe assigned. 1 ho Through Tickets hy thia route include Tranafore,
Moa.!? ?nd Stale Room, ?bile on shipboard.
The South Carolina Railroad, Georgia Railroad, it'd th?ir connecting linee, havo largely
increased their facilities tor tho ropid moven cut of Freight and PaeBtngerB between the
Northern cities and the South and West. Comfortable Night Cara, with thc Holmes Chair,
without extra charge, have been introduced on tho South Carolina Railroad. Fir et elane
Eating Saloon at Branchville. On the Georgia llailrond fliet CI??B Mctping Cure.
Freight promptly transfer? ed hom r-Ur.nu-r to tiny and night trains cd the ??.uth Carolina
Railroad. Oloan connection made with other Bonds, delivering Freight s atdistunt points
with great promptness. The Dianag? IB will uso eviiy i xertit n tu natii-ly Iheir pa tl ?ins that
tho line via Charlceton cannot bo Mil un FBI d in Ct >patch mid the t ai? deliv? i j OJ goods.
For Inrtlier itiformatton, npplv to J M. Si LKIUK. Snperirit?nd?nt, CharlratMi, S. C.; R. D.
il AHM,n. General Agent. P. O. Box 4 070; ( Kev 317 Broftflway, N. Y : P. B. PICKFNS. General
PaKfonper ?nd Ticket Agent, Booth Carolina lln?road. AI.F1OD L. T"k MCI?
Jnn? 20 iOmo Vieo-President Benth Carolina Baili oad, Chm lei tt n, I 0?
' FROMOCTOBER 1, 1871, TO 'JANtTART 8, 1872,
In Ognitnatnc?. of tue Fever Iii Ohnrlcrtoh, 8. C.
iiFrawiW?Y.
- - ?- # m ? ? ? --
The South Carolina Land and Immigration Association,
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO., AGENTS,
UNDER tbo auepicoa of tho "South Carolina Stat o Agricultural ami Mechanical Society,"
will give a eoriea of CONCERTS, at tho Aoadomy of Music, Oharieston. S.C., commenc?
ing January 8.1872. Refers to all tho hankers, brokers and prominent goutlemen or thu
country, both North and South. .
160,000 Season Tickets of Admission, at $5 Each.
If you bavo not received a circular, bend tor one, giving full particulars. AU orders
strictly confidential.
2,405 Gifts, Amounting in all to $500,000.
Tho drawing of this great Southern cidcrpriao will be conducted under the supervision of
tho following well known gentlemen: Gen. A. lt. Wiigbt, of Georgia; Gen. Bradley T. John
son, of Virginia: Col. D. H. ltutledgo, of South Carolina; Don. Roger A. Pryor, of New York.
Monoy for TioketH can bo bent either bv Express or Post Oflicc Order, and tho Tickets will
b?-.rtroraptlv forwarded.
?3-Direct all letters to- BUTLER. CHADWICK, GARY A CO.,
Principal tflleo, Charleston, S. C. Charleston, S. C.
GI:N. M. C. bi'TI.in. Jons CUAHWICJ;. GI:N. M. W. GAIIY.
Oct 1 .linn
Good Hews for Columbia!
ITHE euhocrihera, having localed pnmancntly in this eily, l eg to inform the public that
. he hus opened a tine and select block of
AND
FURNISHING GOODS.
Our mollo is "QUICK SALES AND SMALL .PROFITS." and wo guarantee satisfaction lo
all who may favor us with thtir patronage. Give us u call before put chasing elsewhere.
S. STRAUS & BRO.,
Sept 8 Imo Columbia Hotel Building:
YELLOW LINE!
FAST FREIGHTS TO AM FROM NORTHERN 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?
ned ion with tho Steamer bines, having united
in forming a Fast Through Freight Line, to he
nowu as the YELLOW LINE, will put itiopera
ffiSgBEnMBSBBs^SBSS - gtM^Y t i on. o II the 4 th ofSeptember, a FAST THROUGH
FREIGHT SCHEDULE between Columbia and Augm-la and the ubovc-iinmrd Northern
Lilies. Tho attention of snippets aili! i eccl verb id Inigl.i ii- culled to the tollo wing advan?
tages offend by tho line:
lt is almost cnlircl> an inland renie, liv which rut. s td i ti sn: ar ct-?nd lisle ol di hiv from
had weather are greatly reduced. There ii- nu di ii) nee. m;d no Irans!? ra, except undercover.
Daily Stcameiu will mn between Pi rlUM nih Mid Lulr.moic, Pinindi lj bia ami N< wYuik,
and heights will have ]irompt desi ab b.
Rates mid classifications the bailie ns bj olin r muli s.
Through billa of lading give ti and claims i?n mi t . > i:i*jnst<d.
SST HA VE GOOJ)S JUA ItEEJ) "VJ A YJ.J. LO ll LIEE:' "Ss
For further information, apply lo . E. P. ALEXANDER,
Superintendent Ch bl lot le, Columbia und Au gus tu Lmlni-d
E. R. DOIISEY, General Freight and Ticket Am tit. Sept 2 limn
ta?
tar
$250,000
-ca
In Real Estate and United States Gold Bonds
Will positively be distributed by RAFFLE on tho 2'2d of November, 1871, in public, in tho
city of Charleston, ut 10 o'clock A. M. bv
CHARLESTON CUARITARLE ASSOCIATION, BENEFIT FREE SCHOOL FUND,
Chartered by the Legislature of Sonth Carolina at itu laet session, and approved March 8,1S71.
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER SHARE \
-o
TUE RAFFLE will positively take place on WEDNESDAY, the 22d day of November, 1671,
in public, in tho city of Charleston, ut lb o'clock A. M.
All tho Properly, real and pei soiial, mentioned below niuat bo Distributed in tho Award,
and a valid deed of each piece of Real Estate, free front all iucnmbranceM, given. Ibo Per?
sonal Property and United States Gold Ri nd.- will bo delivered immediately after tho Uafllo.
Each und every Certificate hus Thieu si partite and distinct Numbers in ligures, and the
words of each ligui o written thereon, ami ure all combined wit ti each other Irom Noa. 1 to
78 promiscuously. All the Certificates of Shuns issued by tho Company, with their numbera,
aro registered in their booka.
SCIIKlil't.K OF- AWARDS.
That Certificate of Share having on it the lal, 2d tu.d :td numbers obtained on th?1
Rallie will be entitled to the award ol that first class Tim c-Story WurchoUi-e, silu
ato on Meeting street, No. 1-17, Charleston. S. C., (opposite Hie Charleston Hotel,I
being 38 feet Iront by about 240 denn, lien from ul incum bru ucea, und valued .it.. $35,1 Mi
That Ce i tilica to of Shai ? having on it Ilia -llb. ?th und Hi h mimbi rs obtained on (he
Rattle will be entitled to the award ot that first class 'J hree-Sloiy \\ a rt hous e, No.
145 Meeting street, Chuih Bton, S. C.. free Irom ull ?hen rubra net ?, valued ut.*3?,G0?
That Certif?cale ol Shan; having on il tim 7ih, 8th and '.Uh numbera obtained on thc
Rafilo will bo entitled to the award ol that first class Three-Story' Wnit-liiiiise, No.
14:1 .Meeting street, Cburh-sten, S. C., bee. hom all incumb? nucen, valued ut. ?27 500
That Ccttiliciue of;Shun-having tn it the 10th, lit li and 12th numhi r* obtained on
tho Ruffle will bc entitled to tito ..award ol' that U hroe-Stoiy W un liuuse, Nu. 141
Mt i't i TI <; street. Charleston, H. C., lite ?un: ull iiicunilirmiccd, valued ut. $25 f?.n0
The ahnvo Four Wii rehouse s aro opposite tho Chm leaton Hotel, and ure lin; most rultiubli
property in Charleston.
That Certificate of Sb urn busing on it i he 2d, ?d and 1th numbers iihiuini il on tin
Raille will be. entitled lo nu award of thal, lim- pi?ce ol propel ty, situate on Proud
street, Charleston, S.C., abd Known us tho "Muniio.i House," Inc hom all incmii
braiiees, valued at..f20,< ( 0
That Certificate of Sharo bluing on it the lld. 4th md ?l li nv.mli i ?. oLtniin d on tito
ltuOle will bo entitled to an i.wurti ol tl.ut fine U sso-.Sioiy Dsri-ilii g. shuttle un
Gadsden and and Lumber nt rei IH, Columbia, S. C . with ull the out-laiildii.gs und
improvements, with ii bout huit un acre id' ground thereto, vu hied ut.'.IIO.OCO
That Certifies tn bf Shine having on it the 5th, lilli und Tili mimbi is obtained en (he
Rallie will ho entitled to an tward bl that fino cotton I Imitation, containing
about 1.800 acres, otu-lhird cleared, mid heavily limb?, nd, situate in County of
Durlington, on Great Peo Dee Uiver, free from int um bru ?ces, valued ai.." {10.C00
Thut Certificate of Shure having tn it (?th, 7th and 8th Mimbi is obtain d i ii ll e Ru Ole
will hu entitled to on aw ard of Unit ul Stad a Gold Ponds (litw issue) of value ol.. ?J.flOO
That Cerliiicuto ol Miare having on it 8th. Dib mid Kit li mimi era obtained i n the Runic
will be entitled to un award ol Unit? ir Statis Gold Bends (new it-sue I ol value of.. $2,000
That Certificate of Share having on il tin- Ot li, JOth und 1Kb uuuibeis obluiti'.il tn Hit?
it utile, will bo entitled to un nw ard of liuiti il Sintis Gi ld 1< mb of the salue td... il.0(0
Thoso Forty Ccrtillcatea of Shurrs having on Un m following numbers obtained on Raffle:
2d. 3d (Uh 2*1 4th (Uh 4th Gili 7ih|.r>tb (Uh Otb Olli 7th 12'h I '.Uh Hub 12th
2d Sd 7th 2d 4th .7th 4Hi fi tb 8:h I 5th Otb 10th 7th ST I? Kith j Nt ad -1th
2d lld 8th 3d 4th 8th 4th 5th O h I 5th (lihllth 7th 8th llthll.-t 4'h Rill
2d 3d Otb 3d 4th Otb 4th 5ih 10th | 5th 0th 12th 7th Sib 12th < Isl 5th lilli
2d 31 10th 3d 4th Killi 4th fun lilli j lilli 7>h Otb 8th Otb lilli l-l (Ith 7ttl
2d 3d 11th 3d 4th 11th 4Hi 5th 12th (itl 7ihH>(h Ht li Otb 12th 1st 7th 8th
2d ?ii 12th 3d 4th 12th 51 li Bili 8th | Otb 7ih 11th
Will bo each entitled to un award in Unli'-d ft uti s Cold bonos of the value of.. ?500
Thoau Fortv CertillcnteH of Shares hu', .ig on tin m follow lng numbers nbtnim d on rufile:
1st 8th 0th 21 Otb 10th I 3d 11th 12lh Bill 8th Oh 7th '.bb Kith
1st 0th 10th 2d l"th illili Ith nih 7th 51 li flili 101b 7th loth 1 lill
1st 10th 11th 2.1 lllh 12 b I lili 7th 8ih ?thlOihlllh 7*li lilli 12)h
lit 11th 12th 3d 5th lilli 4tli 8:h Oh 5ih 1Kb pilli Mi I. Itu li lilli
2d 4lh 5 h 3d dh 7ib | 4th Shh lo b lilli 8th Otb H;li Hil: 12th
2d 51b (ih 31 7th 8ib|40il> ? IHM Alb 9'h 10<b llb lilli 12th
2d (1th 7th 81 Hib Dib JUi ll h 1 jil. lilli IOU. IPI. j 1 : :! I 5th
2d 7th 8th 3d '.Lb loth I 5ih 7.b S:b | Gill lllh Pith j lid 3u ll b
Will ho (neb eutitb d to an award of Undi d suites; Gob: Bunds ol G.. Milin- id_... (.?250
All tho Oilier Certifica I i-s of Shu res I using 'in I bi m my tin ie nun.lu i * . bi ..in. o on Ute
Hillie, and not d?signai ed us any ol' ibo above ( t i Lileah s me, will .?.eh be ii.li?
lied to an award of United Slates Foods ol the valiu of. ?50
Awardi will bo made only to such CcVlificatqa id' Sim r, a ns have I brea muni er- .'ii I hem,
so obinincd on the Rublo.
To Hiich ns desire to luke Slit, rest in lida uri at Rs Ide u i d iib ti il ul ion . 1 icu ! >n il personal
property, tho Dire, tora will afford overs facility mid satisfaction, and i i rb i t lah ni sa wilt lu
exercised throughout, and muns ntrsciiH muy li ace thi-ir lt.Inn pii'sl ? ctn in l-titini si and
station in ai'cicts to a fort?nale shani hot oin. .
Orders, with tito moues tor Ceriificrih s, n ?is be scui by I apresa, i r Rtf-ifh n d 1 . lu is, m
Post Office Orders, ut t he risk of I be Association l'ersims sending nrdei will h.- p" rt iciilar
to give their names, places of reaidenee. County .?nd 5- hi le, si hieb ss ill Lc eui in in I).ti lu oks
ol tho Company, and immediately upon Hu- Lillie Hiking place tho of??cial i nilled n um bc is
will bo for warded to euell correspindciil.
Tlioi Raffle will positively ink? place on thc day mint'il. mid everyasvarii id' the properly and
Gold Honda must ho made lo'thc ho ld et s o! the Cit hiles l< ?
Address all orders lo '?'. LR VIN, Agei.i, rnlumliin, s. c.
Charleston Charitable J?L ?s ocia ti'fflb,
Incorporated by Aol of Assembly, 1870-*71, and approved March 8, 1871.
. . -?- H J? fi M >V
SINGLE NUMBER" RAFFLE !
AND DlbTUIBUTION OF '
400 Awards in United States Gold Bonds, New Issue,
FOR TUR REN Elf IT OF TUE FREE SCHOOL FUND,
WILL TAKK I'LdCE ON
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1?, 1871,
At No. 147 Meeting Street, Charhston, S. C., at 1 O'Clock E. M., in Public.
Full Certificate Shares, ffi?; Halves, $2.50; Quarters, $1.25.
Ten Thousand Slumbers Only 2
T710UB HUNDBED AWARDS of United State? Gold Bouda (uewiaaue) to be distributed
JD immediately upon thc Hallie taking place.
H( IIF.OUI.E OF AWARDS.
One Award of 810,000 In Gold, Uanda, ls.310 000
Ono Award of $2,600 in Oold Bouda, ia.?j 500
Ono Award of 2,000 in Gold bouda, id. 2!(J00
Ono Award of 1,000 in Gold Honda, id. ljoOO
Ono Award of 500 in Gold Hondd, is.:. '500
Ono Award of 000 in Gold Honda, id..... GOO
Ono Award of 500 in Gold Honda, id..-. 5QQ
Ono Award of '250 in (1 old Honda, id.;.250
One Awai ti of 250 in Gold .Honda, is.\ \ 250
One Award of 25(1 in (Sohl Bonds:, ia.?. 250
(Jue Awaiti of 25(1 in Gol?) HOIKIH, ?a...!. 250
Ono Award of 2011 in Gobi Honda, ia. 200
Oho Awurd 11r yoi! in Gold Honda, ia.."... 200
Ono Award ol 200 in Gold Honda, ia. 200
Ono Award of 200 in Gold Honda, ia. 200
Mvo Awards of 100 in Gold Honda, are. GOO
'1'eii Awurds of 50 in Gobi Honda, aro. 500
Twenty A warda of ?nie-bair each of one ?50 Gold Pond, aie. 500
Fifty Award? of one li fl li eat h of one $100 Gold Hood, ure. 1,000
One Hundred A walde ol one-tenth ?ach ol one f'HjO Gold Hoed, are. 1.000
Two Hundred A warda ol one-t wi litielh each of ?mo $100 Gold Hood, are. l)000
400 Awards to be Distributed in Gold Bonds, iii conformity to Law,
Rxplititntlon ?r iht DIMiinutlnn. ?
Numbers fi om 1 to 10,COO. (the tann- mimbi it* being t.n'tl.c Certificat re,) are prinlidcn
separate slips ot pnper, which r.ic each eiicirchil in tula a, Mid au* all plottd in a Ginee
Hallie Cylinder. 'J lie Four Bundie d A WM da, iii acroirluni e with tie tilt Oiric tit vt aro
alto printed un ti palate slips ol pam r, Mid 1 ach ia inch cl td in a lui c, and all nre then
placed in another ?la?* rt lind? r, calli il Hit Awi id ( \ lindi 1. 'Jiu- tv 1: itu 11- aie both re?
vol vi d. and a mini 11 r ia tnt1 n lum Ile cj lim 1 rt I 1 vin. I ? 11> lyu hey" blii d-loldi d, si i. ono
of the a warde ia taken Irom the Awaiti Cylinder by a I oy lilt vite Pin d-h idi d. lu th of
which arc exhibited to the t-piclntoi* end Muli nen bu will he emith d to the iwaid; and?
thia opt rat ion will he repeat id mit il 400 m ml i ia in e in Itu ii 1 m the> 1 mLt 1 t j linet 1 and
100 iiwarda Irom the Awiud C-y ll I dir lo et eh min heie.
The Con misaient ib will < MM down ? ut h 1 umbi 1 111 their 1 01 kc ne tal-m frc ni llic cylin?
der numbera, mid the Annuls lo t nth na takt n lu m the Awaiti Cy Hillier.
Tho Hu file will tnke plaie on the day mut tim mt 1 ce at (be lu ur named. Thc re will bc no
p?gtpuhi nu nt whatever, m d nil the Aw ni de n.nat I e dii-tnl nit tl.
Certifient ea for Snit- ut nil tit? Agi-ncles of Hie Association.
COMM ISSI ox vus . VENN PECK AND JAMES G1LL1LAND.
For ordi r.s. addicts I.. T 1. EVIN, agent, Main elieet, Columbia B.C.
.1.1?. HORBACH, Gcnrtal Agent, Kt?. 147 Meeting atrtel, ( hailcett n. S C. . Sept 14
"GRAND PRTZE" DISTRIBUTION^
WICKETS to tho Colicorta of tho SOUTH CAROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSO?
CIATION ready for aale and delivery. All ord.-ra fr->iii tho country promptly filled. Agents
wanted fttr tho Ctuiniiea of Laticaater, Lexington, .-'piirlanhnrg, Greenville, Abbeville, Oco
nee and Pichona. Apply to D. QAMBRILL &. CO.,
Juno 6 Oenernl Ageuta, Columbia, S. C.
THE UKIVERSAL^?FE
?illGE
The Original Stock Life Insurance Company of the United States.
orrituuis:
WILLIAM WALK Kit. retaillent.
II EN BY J. FUBBEH, Vice-l'reaidi nt. JOHN li. BMW LEY. Secretary.
GEORGE L. MONTAGUE, Actuary. E. W. LA.Ml! Kl .'J', M. D., Medical Examiner.
-o
THIS COMPANY offers: tho following IMPORTANT ADVANTAGES to those
about EFFECTING INSURANCE ON THEIR LIVES:
1. Ineurauco at Stock Balea, being fruin 20 t>i 30 per cent. Ieee than the ratCB charged by
mutual companiea. ,
2. Each Policy-holder ia regardtd ua a Stockholder to tho litchi of ono Annual Premium
lin bia l'olicy,'and will aliare in the Pi Oil td nf i lot Company to the eame txtont aB a Stock
holdt-r owning au etpial amount of t he Capital Stock.
3. Every Policy issued by the Company ia nt.u-forreitable, ond contains alclauac atating Hs
exact Surrender Value. ,
Before. Insuring your Life or accenting lite Agency of any Company,
lt KA O TillO FOI,t OWJXGi
A lengthened exp?rience hua dei.iMrati d that the ra'CHol prtmium ordinarily charged
hy Ufo itiaiiraiice companies ..vt- fruin twciily-five to ihlrlj percent, in exceau ot what are ne
ciVsary for a ea fe ai d legitimate conduct cf tho hiiehicse. In other warda, carefully and
piiidcnily.tuHhoged companies charging "minimi" ralea have been able to return to their
policy holileiH from 25 in S10 per cent, ol the amt.iud charged fdr premiums. -
When life in en 1 ance oom pm ie? wei o tir.-1 orguni/.t-d, reliability of the data upon which pre? '
minina were conetnieted hud not iiiiilcignne test i i cxpericnoo. * lt waa thought, therefore, uo
more tl.nu common prudence to adopt a i-c:ile of premium* which would, in any event, meet
all Hie presumed anti nu toi ea? eu oniinci nt h a of I he business. Aa long ne tho matter waa
involved in aome doubt, il wu- beth r to tix the lute loo high than to incur tho riak of mak?
in}; it too low; becaiiae, in tin lorn,er cette, lin 1 mr could bo easily remedied, at leant in
part, by rotiirnitij.' to the polic j-holdci*. :.t ct ri uin inti 1 vals, Mich portion of the premium
charged na waa fonnd nicersarj bu- tin- | urpor?l ol thu business ami tho complete security
i-f thc company, l-.'xpei hi.ro. however, having aatishicto ilj demonstrated that these ratea
Ult- evct ssive, what pt.-at-iblg t xciiec cnn lin vi bu lor tmiitiluii'.iug t ht iii?
Availing themaelvee >A lint 1 xpi Hence, the Lui t lure and Managria of thc Univcraal Life
lilah ance Ct n puny, ut ila urgsuiz ?lion, adopt" d 11 aculo or picmium* in accordance the.ro
\\ith. iind which baa ] itivetl iii b<-fuii nul nth tpiale, and all that waa cocetsary to meet tho
lupin t-tiu-nts ol the Pui-itiaea 'J li et e int minina ure about twenty five per cent, lower than
thotect.?ugo by mutual ciiinpuneia. ll ulan tippem-cd. inatmnch a's "the ralee BO established
wt re aa mar aa' could uosriblj he lit ti rniiin d lair mila, ai.d not hi ( xceeaof what'iusnranco
hus proviinmly cort tlie policj-hohh is in mutual companies. Ihut any profita ariaing Irom
I >? ti tl . nt niutiiigi nirnl justly und pinpi ilj biloiigid io tl.c etockholdira of tho company, for
th?- rink incmred bj them in under! nking the biiaivtrs.
Expei it i.ce baa shown ililli there nm aunt ci a of profil in the pru ot iee of the bueinces which
I henry nil) hot admit ol hiing loiiridt rt d na eh minis in the calculation "ol-the prcniiunisi
Tin He rt .-ult- form a 1 aviej; in tin- mi lt nhl., ol the mi mit ra of a company ow.ing to tho me?
dical tel?dion ol' gm tl liv? a. n gum III mu 1 eat on tin- invertliicnta I>1 the cempany over that
assumed in thc culeulutii-n of i'la pi< mit ma. tin- piolita tit mable from tho lapeiug and eur
r em 1er ol polii ii a bj the mi inlier*, and from olin 1 minor anni ti a. Profita from theso eourcea,
in a Company possessed ot a capita' ol j-'Jt.t) ('00, anil tining a fair amount of business, would
nive to tin- stockholders divid? ida largely in ext fia of what were counted on by tbe-Direetora
of the Ciiivoieal nt the time of H.- oigiimzatioii. " '1 hey have, therelorc, determined to divide
uniting the poliey-holdi ra of thu compiiiiy n hn^e pint of the profita accruing trcm tho
sources mum tl. ul) of which have heretofore bei n divided among the stockholders.
The plan adopted fi?r such dividion is ?ta follows: livery person who muy hereafter insure
willi i hi- Univereal will, tor the piirpoaea of envision, he t"reati d as a stockholder to extent ef
ooo ail H 11 ?! 1 premium upon bia policy; and will alian: in the profits of tho company to precisely
same 1 xtoiil us u stockholder owning an t (jual aim nut of Hie capital stock.
Hy lina ayateui of insntunee, urigihnl wah the Universal, the policy-holder Becurea thc fol?
lowing important advatitageM
1. Insurance at tho rcKtilai* "alack" rales. r< qtiii;irg< a primary outlay of about twenty to
thirty per cent less t hun that chin ged bj n.utiiul companies, and which is iquivalent iou
\earf> "dividend" paid III dvaiice i f ?hu? mm ui.t on 11 utnul lutes. 'Jhie low coat of iueur
itiif? ia worthy of nttintion Since its orgai izution. thia compniiy has vi ceivtd in premiuma
hom its policy-hoh'i ra the enm ni fl.517 100 'Jo t ITect the same amount ol main ance in a
m iii UH I company would haye coat tl.? m un initial outlay of (2 COO. 1.(0 Byullowing ita policv
holtlers to retain, in their nw n )IOPHI saion. Gita exci ta ?f S483.0C0 tho Univi real has virtually
paid tin m u "divid? ml" of MS:i (00 ni'd ? aid ll. ti o, in u dy ance, instead of ut the end of ono
or ii?oiv years lt ia hupoaeihlc to I'n tl any ..?ampie cf u mutunl conipony fuvnisbing Inenr
ance al sn tow a co?t liv returiiii'g to pobcv b< 1 leis un t qua) iimoiiut upon similar receipts.
2 Puriii ipution in the legitimate pit.fit std tin cnn puny, npnn a plan which secures to tho
I !.?. ?ici-liolth re the suine tn at mt nt wliich ?in elora ?ml stncklmldi 1? award lo thtmeelves.
! Tin-a\ 1 ten of purtit-ipMtiou. III coi im tion w iib the low "slock" rates of premiums, must
mft-saniitv secure lo the policy.hoidois every pi'M-iblii utlvuntage lo bc- derived from prudent
lind eli i . I'u1 III* iiagenu ut.
j The hov ratt a . f pn iniiim coi.i-el 11'oimmy. and, indepetident if participation. Guarantee
:.? the i idicy-hohii 1 l ia ?1,MUM ci m :i run- wbicli ia mn in txetsaof tin- cobt in well managed
miitu.il i'omi-anit s; while, bj tim ptopo.-ed plan ol omticiputioii in what may be considered
ihr- it-gilimale pro tl ts of the butin?es, t to- cost will be still lui ther' diminish t d.
i Init by ihi- ciiiubhmil ndvaiituge? ariaing fittin low ?tock rute und pafticipalion in profitp,
i'm cop ll fini- believed the Cub ersul 1 .ib- i nani ance Company offers ina ur? ncc al its lowest
nr.ir! icu Ide cor t ,
'I lu.ai- of the exialii g policy lioldi r.- who r ?tire t . j '.iii, jpale in tin- ) refile undi r the new
p'an cnn tlo an b\ making iipplieiilion lo the In ml 1 tlice. or to ?nv ii};? nt.- of the company.
The Company i:< in a sound linn nein I itonditmn. hutu i?f lissi ta to liubililii a ?!tf? lo lf.0.
Good i t liiiblc agents wuiilcd. win- will i!i ul din ct with Ibo New Ym I; 1 flico, mitl to whom
'ul! gi ijt ml agents' cammi-! tone will i ? \ uiit.
M. W. ti Alt V unit .11. r. I'.VTIiElt,
Stnto Supt'i intenihu.li o!' Agencien:
Cliice mi Hi'-h nd.-i li sin 1 '., appoMto Ci>'uml.i:i Hotel. Columbia. S. C. S'.-j.t 0

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