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COLUMBIA. S. C.
Sun lay Morning, November 13,1871.
Tba ?.atv ?imf Vmlr*
The third annual fair of tho State
Agricultural and ' Meehauloal Sooiety
closed on yesterday with the premium
awards. In view of all the oirenmstanoes
of the case, it is conceded that the fair
has been quite successful. Many of the
departments were well filled. In many
oases, the quality of the contributions
was excellent. Some?of the departments
were better filled than usual. The orowd
was each doy large. The Ladies' Bazaar,
inside of the building, was an attractive
feature of the fair, and we are gratified
to say that the pecuniary rooeipts have
boon considerable. . The managers and
the fair waiters, and ail oonoerned, de
servo great credit for the success
achieved, We trust that they will, after
their busy labors, enjoy the calm of well
earned repose. As for ?be fair itself, we
have done welL The officers have at
usual worked hard; and as to the com?
mittees, wo are inoliced to think that
their duties have been discharged with
more than usual cara The Superintend?
ent of Departments rendered material
assistance. We publish this morning the
list of awards. They will be notioed with
pleasure by the State, as showing what
our people are doing, even amid the
doods that overhang our destinies. And
let us work on in faith and hope. Let
ns see to it, that tho next annual State
Fair, held under the new basis npon
whioh we expeot piomptly to put this
great enterprise, shall far exceed the one
just held in its appointments, its contri?
butions, and the crowds it shall bring
together. Let us go on improving and
to improve, prospering and to prosper.
Not for Columbia only, bnt for the whole
State, we desire to see this cause victo?
rious. _. _._
The New York World says that ita in?
formation with respect to the swindling
transactions of the Radical officials of
South Carolina, aomes from persons
strictly reliable and conscientious. It
believes that ita statements, aa given in
ita issues of Sunday and Monday last,
are strictly correct. It says, in ita Tues?
No commenta are made upon the an?
swers of Gen. Dennis to the reporter's
questioning, bnt printed below | publish?
ed in the telegraphic columns of Tues?
day's PUCE NIX] is a statement, at the bot?
tom of whioh that gentleman's name
stands in substantiation with two others,
who are State officers, for ita reliability.
A more oomplete affirmation of this
paper's statements could not be compiled.
PRINTED.-B >nds, 820,040,000; sterl?
ing bonds. 83.500.000; registered Btock,
85,040,000; total, 828,580,000.
ISSUED AND ON HAND.-Not issued
bonds, 89,000,000; sterling bonds, 83.
500.000; registered stock, 82,500,000;
balance issued, 813,580,000. Adding to
this the late war debt of 86,000,000, and
the actual debt of the State is seen to bo
810,580,000, by their own statement as
reproduced above. Besides this is a con?
tingent liability for railroad endorse?
ments amounting to 816,000,000 moro.
MOKE FACTS.-When the Tax-Payers'
Couveutiou was in session, Governor
Scott, iu an official statement to that
body, sot the debt of the Statu at $9,000,
000, and it was about that time that the
gentlemen composing that body express?
ed themselves willing to assume $9,000,
000, bnt not a oent more, especially when
the money was to be lavished in prodi?
gality, or to pay indebtedness that had
already been provided for, but allowed
to remain unhonored, while tho money
was used for other purposes. A most
clinching argument by those who contend
that frauds havo been perpetrated and
farther frauds contemplated, is why has
it been necessary to dispose of $13,580,
000 to pay a total indebtedness of
$6,000,000, tho amount of the debt when
the present administration went into
power, particularly when it did not fall
due in from twenty to twenty-five yearB?
and if ib was unnecessary to sell $13,000,
000 of 'bonds, how maoh worse than ab?
surd was it to have over $20,000,000
printed, if'it was not contemplated to
dispose of thom ? And they farther argue
that as individuals and corporations do
not uttor notes or print bonds from mero
motives of amusement, that there can bo
but little doubt, having the capacity so
to do, that they intended to dispose of
the $15,000,000 now on hand. There is
bat one explanation that can be con?
ceived in tho minds of thoso who are
acquainted with tho way in which the
State finances have been tampered with.
That is, that tho money has boen used,
and is to be used, to tide over the annual
deficiencies betweon the receipts and
expenditures; whioh latter, owing to the
wanton extravagance of the State Legis
ture, in which tho tax-payers had no
voico or andienoe, had enormously ex?
ceeded the former.
Now for the statement about the un?
paid interest. First, it must be explain?
ed that the debt of the State of South
Carolina is of two classes, one being
represented by coupon bonds, the inte?
rest on whioh is made payable in New
York city ; tbo other consisting of regis?
tered bonds, and tho interest on which
is payable in Colombia, S. C. As stated,
the interest payable in New York has been
paid at maturity, so it happens that "not
A singlo connon which in dne ia out?
standing;" but on tho registered stook,
. whioh hus no coupons attached, the in?
terest due October 1 not only remains un?
paid, but there is no money in the State
Treasury to pay it with.
COLUMBIA, S. G., November ll, 1871.
Tho following ia un official hat of the
premiaras awarded to-day at the Fail;
Grounds of the South Carolina Agricul?
tural and Mechanical Society :
Best bushel table turnips, specimen
pumpkins, Thomas Taylor. Riohland.
Stock corn, J. E. Blaok, Riohland.
Irish potatoes, R O'Neale, Jr., Riohland.
Barley, rye, red oats, collection of field
EoBB, ??tivo grass hay, display of grains,
?. Wyatt Aiken, Abbeville. Largest
crop of oom grown upon ten acres re?
stored lowland, Th?B. Taylor,.Riohland.
Best bale olover hay, J. Wash Watts,
Laurens. Balo cotton, Mts. D. Louis,
Orangebarg. Second best bale cotton,
F. A. Conner, Abbeville. Best bale
wool, J. Wash Watts, Laurens. Second
best bale wool, H. A. Griffin, Abbeville.
Best bushel noe, G . T. Wioks, Riohland.
Pindars, J. N. Huffman, Lexington.
Bread corn, stock turnips, S. G. God?
frey, Oheraw. Red wheat, R. A. Griffin,
Abbeville. Peck hopB, Mrs. J. E.
Black, Riohland. Bushel white wheat,
?T. B, Blank. Riohland. Sweet potatoes,
J. W. Folk, Newberry.
Best Devon ball, three years old, Lodd
Hill, Edgefield. Devon bull, two years
old, E. S. Irvine, Greenville. Devon
heifer, one year old, Devon heifer calf,
one year old, Devon bull calf, Devon
cow, three years old, J. Wash Watts,
Laurena. Devon bull, one year old, Dr.
John T. Darby, Riohland. Durham
bull, three yeara old, W. H. Frazier,
Edgefield. Second beat Durham cow,
three years old, J. Wash Watts, Laurens.
Best Durham oow, three years old, R.
A. Griffie, Abbeville. Durham heifer,
two to three years old, J. Wash Watts,
Laurens. Second best heifer, two to
three years old, R. A. Griffin, Abbeville.
Best Durham heifer, ooo to two years
old, J. Wash Watts, Laureus. Second
best Durham heifer, one to two years
old, R. A. Qriffiu. Abbeville. Best Aycr
ehire bull, three years old, J. Wash
Watts, Laufens. Second best Ayershire
bull, three years old, R. A. Griffin, Ab?
beville. Best Ayershire cow, three years
old, R. A. Griffie, Abbeville. Second
best Ayershire OLW, three years old, D.
Wyatt Aiken, Abbeville. Best Ayer?
shire heifer, two to three years old, D.
Wyatt Aiken, Abbeville. Brahmin bull,
one to two yeara old, R. Peters, Atlanta,
Ga. Grade bull, three years old, T. La?
mar Starke, Riohland. Grade ball, two
to three years old, W. H. Frazier, Edge
fleln. Grade ball calf, W. A. Beatty,
Union. Grade oow, three years old,
John Alexander, Riohland. Second best
grade oow, three years old, R. A. Griffin,
Abbeville. Best grade heifer, two to
three years old, D. Wyatt Aiken, Abbe?
ville. Second best grade heifer, two to
three years old, N. Pope, Richland.
Beat grade heifer, one to two years old,
J. Wash Watta, Laurene. Second best
grado heifer, one to two yeara old, D.
Wyatt Aikea, Abbeville. Best grade
calf, John Alexander, Richland. Milch
oow, W. A. Beatty, Union. Seoond best
miloh cow, best herd of five, J. Wash
Watts, Laurens. Best yoke of oxen, J.
C. F. Sims, Riohland. Second best yoke
of oxen, E. P. Martin, Fairfield.
Best brood mare, J. A. Williams,
Barnwell. Heavy draft filly, two year?
old, W. A. Hipp, Newberry. Light
draft stallion, over four years old, A. H,
Caughman, Lexington. Light draft stol
lion, three years old, J. W. Williams,
Barnwell. Light draft stallion, two yean
old, H. C. Levy, Richland. Light draf
stallion, one year old, G. B. Tucker
Newberry. Light draft brood mare
Johnson Hagood, Barnwell. Mare ant
oolt, A. T. Smith, Riohland. Seoonc
best mare and colt, Mrs. J. M. Allon,
Richland. Beat light draft filly, thrc<
years old, T. D. Loomas, Richland
Light draft filly, two years old, S. M
Rice, Union. Seoond best light draf
filly, two years old, J. P. Adams, Rich
land. Best light draft filly, one yea;
old, Master David Aiken, Abbeville
Second best light draft filly, one yea:
old, W. H. Frazier, Edgefield. Bes
Morgan stallion, W. A. Beatty, Union
Thorough-bred stallion, over four yean
old, thorough-bred stallion, ono yea
old, G. B. Tucker, Newberry. Tho
rough-bred brood mare, Johnson Ha
good, Barnwell. Second best thorough
bred brood maro, G. B. Tucker, New
berry. Best thorough-bred brood man
and colt, J. S. Sims, Union. Thorough
bred filly, three years old, G. B. Tucker
Newberry. Thorough bred lilly, tw<
year? old, W. A. Beatty, Union. Poir
stallion, Dr. J. T. Darby, Richland
Pony maro, Master Wyatt Aiken, Abbu
ville. Pony Maro and oolt, R. G. Sloan
Richland. Saddle pony, Master J. S
Mooro, Sumter. Puir matched horses
South Carolina raised, W. Jool Smith
Abbeville. Pair matched mares, Soutl
Carolina raised, T. C. Stewart, Abbeville
Singlo harness horse, South Carolini
raised, C. R. Franklin, Riohland. Sad
die maro, Misses L. and C. Hamptcn
Richland. Pair matched horses, opeu t<
tho world, Hare & Pool, Newberry
Pair matched mares, opea to tho world
E. Cuatey, Kershaw. Single haraoBi
horse, open to the world, C. Logan
Riohland. Saddle horse, open to th
world, Owen Daly, Riohland. Sing!
harness mare, open to the world, J. A
Chambers, Augusta. Saddle mare, opei
to the world, R. A. Keonan, Richland
Light draft gelding, South Carolin
raised, G. W. Davis, Riohland. Stol
lion exhibiting greatest numbor of colts
G. B. Tnokor, Newberry. Stallioi
pacer, for stud purposes, M. M. Buford
Sumter. Combination premium, Joh;
JACKS, JENNETS AND MULES.
Beat jack, jennet, Thomas Davis, Riol
land. Male oolt, two years old, T. C
Stewart, Abbeville Mule oolt. one vea
old, J. Sohampert, Newberry. Bes
team, four mules, R. A. Keenan, Riot
SHEEP AND GOATS.
Best two year old Merino back, JJ
>' ?'!! ... 'HIH'IHIIII'II "'HP ll.'Lf'.l 1 '
Wyatt Aiken, Abbeville. One year old
Merino buck, pair Merino, ewes, pair
Merino lambs, broadtail buck, J. Wash
Witts, Laurena. Broadtail book, one
year old, pair broadtail ewes, pair broad?
tail lamhe, J. O. Lyle?, Riohland. Grad?
ewes, D. j Wyatt Aiken, Abbeville.
Grade lambs, Cashmere book, J. Wash
Watte, Laurena. Cashmere ewe; Dr. M.
R. Clarke, Riohland. Pair grades, (Cash?
more,) J. Wash Watts, Laurens.
Best collection of rabbits, Mrs. W. S.
Best Essex boar, R. A. Griffin, Abbe?
ville. Essex sow, R. Peters, Atlanta, Ga.
Berkshire boar, Berkshire boar under six
months, Berkshire sow, D. Wyatt Aiken,
Abbeville. Chester County boar, J. L.
Roseborough, Riohland. Chester boar
under six months, Chester sow under six
months, W. A. Beatty, Union. Chester
sow fifteen months, T. L. Bulow,
Fairfield. Chester sow and pigs, J. L.
Roseborough, Riohland. Fatted hog,
George Frey, Riohland.
Best trio barn-yard fowls, J. M. Craw?
ford, Riohland. Trio black Spauish, Dr. !
R. W. Gibbes, Richland. Hong Kong
geese, John Taylor, Richland. Bronze
turkeys, Mrs. J. E. Black, Riohland.
White turkeys, R. O'Neale, Jr., Rich?
land. Game ?OW?B, T. L. ?tarko, itioh
land. Muscovy dooks, Miss A.DoLeon,
Riohland. Aylesbury ducks, A. Y. Leo,
Riohland. Coop Rouen fowls, J. M.
Craw ford, Richland. Coop Guinea fowls,
Mrs. J. E. Black, Richland. Trio dark
Brahmas, A. Y. Lee, Riohland. Pair
light Brahmas, J. M. Crawford, Rich?
land. Trio Houdan fowlB, Dr. J. T.
Darby, Richland. Trio LaFlosohe fowls,
R. M. Sims, Lancaster. Best exhibition
of fowls, J. M. Crawford, Riohland. Buff
Cochin China, A. Y. Lee, Riohlaud.
Partridge Cochin China, A. Y. Leo,
Richland. Duck winged bantams, R.
M. Sims, Lancaster. Lirgest variety of
fowls, A. Y. Lee, Richland.
Best jar lard, Mrs. D. Wyatt Aikeu,
Abbeville. Domestic soap, toilet soap,
Mrs. H. W. Lawson, Abbeville. Can of
butter, R. A. Griffin, Abbeville. Jar of
butler, (ono year old,) Mrs. S. M.Rice,
Union. Cooked ham, two sides bacon,
D. Wyatt Aikoo, Abbeville. Piece dried
beef, H. W. Lawson, Abbeville. Barrel
Hour, John Cumpsen, Charleston. Loaf
bread, Miss Dargan, Columbia. Rusk,
Mrs. D. B. DeSaussure, Culumbia.
! Yeast oakes, Mrs. H. W. Lawson, Abbe?
ville. Wafors, Mrs. John Withorspoou,
Society Hill. Plato rolls, Mrs. Dr.
Fisher, Columbia. Fruit cake, pound
cake, jelly cake, sponge cake, Mrs. H.
W. Lawson, Abbeville. Soda cake, Mrs.
John Fisher, Columbia. Ginger oakes,
maooaroni, Mrs. John Witherspoon, So?
ciety Hill. Tallow candles, tallow, Mrs.
H. W. Lawson, Abbeville. Myrtle wax
candles, Mrs. W. H. Evaus, Society Hill.
Sample starch, Mrs. H. W. Lawson, Ab?
beville. American date, Miss H. C.
Thomas, Fairfield. Peach leather, Miss
Jolia Rivers, Columbia. Drum of figs,
Miss Julia Conner, Abbeville. Dried
apples, dried grapes, Mrs. H. W. Law?
son, Abbeville. Huckleberries, Mrs. M.
A. Diseker, Columbia. Domestic prunes,
Mrs. J. G. Rabb, Fairfield. Dried
peaches, Mrs. J. A. Stuart, Abbeville,
Specimen okra, Mrs. Dr. M. R. Clark,
Richland. Dried sago, Mrs. H. W.
Lawson, Abbeville. Bottle cayenne pep?
per, Mrs. W. H. Evans, Society Hill,
Burrel grist, barrel meal, J. Campson A
Co., Charleston. Peach jelly, Mrs. II,
W. Lawson, Abbeville. Quinoo jelly,
strawberry jelly, grape jolly, Mrs. E,
Finley, Riohlaud. Haw jolly, Miss
Mary S. Watics.JRichland. Gooseberry
jelly, Mrs. T. Stark. Richland. Peal
marmalade, Miss Carrie DuSaussuro
Richland. Muscadine jelly, Mrs. D. L
Boozer, Riohland. Blackberry jelly
Miss Elmore, Richland. Damson jam
Mrs. W."H. Gibbes, Riohland. Cral
apple jelly, Miss Annie Lee Whituer
Anderson. Bottlo pepper catsup, Mis:
M. H. MoCammon, Riohlaud. Tomate
catsup, Aaron Greou, Richland. Cu
cumber catsup, Mrs D. B. DeSaussure
Richland. Tomato catsup, Mrs. E. R
Dorsey, Richland. Wulnut catsup, Mrs
John Witherspoon, Society Hill. Arti
choke pickles, Mrs. McCammoy, Rich
land. Peppers, Mrs. William Murtin
Richland. Cantelope pickle, mixed pic
kio, Miss Alico Sloan, Richland. Ja
cucumber pickles, Mrs. H. W. Lawson
Abbeville, i'ellow pickle, Mrs T Stark
Columbia. Axtjan pickle, Mrs D 1
DeSaussuro, Columbia. Onion pickle
Ursulina Convent, Columbia. Jar wo
termelon preserves, Miss McCammou
Columbia. Quince preserves, Mrs. A
M. Aiken, Abbevillo. Lomon citron
plum preserves, Mrs T Stark, Col inn
bia. Jar lig preserves, Mrs J S Ci nig
nani, Lexington. Gallon sorghum sy
rup, D Wyatt Aiken, Abbevillo. lier
metioally ^sealed tomotoes, Mrs McCain
mon, Columbia. Jar poaches, Mrs I
W Lawson, Abbevillo. Jar fruit, Mr
A Y Caldwell, Chester. Jar pears, Mr
A C Spain, Darlington. Jar cheri iee
Mrs J G Rabb, Fairfield. Peach prc
serves, Ursuline Convent, Columbia
Lomon presorves, Miss Corrio Beck
Columbia. Peach preserves, Mrs E <
Montgomery, Columbia. Applo pre
serves, cranberry preserves, orange pre
serves, Mrs John Witherspoon, Society
HUI. Jar pear preservos, Mrs J (
Rabb, Fairfield. Stuffed pepper pickle
Miss B0B8?0 Dorsey, Columbia. Ghei
kins, Mrs J K Davis, Lexington. Pal
motto pickle, Miss Lona Towusond, Edi;
to Island. Pickled olives, R G Chisoloo
Beaufort. Pickled tomatoes, Mrs J ]
Harden, Fairfield. Love kisses, pose
pioklo, Mrs J Witherspoon, Society Hil
Stuffed pickle, Miss Julia Zimmormar
Society Hill. Three glasses apple jolly
Sonppernoog jolly, plum jelly. Miss M J
McIntosh, Society Hill. Crab appl
jolly, Miss Mattio Adams, Society Hil
Jar ohrystalizod pours. Mrs W H Evan;
Society Hill. Applo prosorves, Mrs J .
Stuart, Abbeville Pumpkin chip, Mit
M E Stewart, Winnsboro.
WINES, CORDIALS, 6cC.
Best blackborry wine, brandy peachci
' "II?' .?,n.' "'iu.ii u.i .i. jru> a i
Mrs O w Iredell, Colombia. Carrant
wine, Hrs.& 3 Means, F?iiiioid. Soup
Sirnong wine, Major J J Lucas, Sooiety
ill. Native wine, Mn J G Babb,
NEEDLE AND FANCY WORK.
Beat netted collars, Mrs M ? Brady, Rich?
land. Child's cape, Mrs Wm Martin, Rich?
land. Fringe, Miss Agnes Bunter, Richland.
Crotchet pillow slip, Miss Hophia Heegers,
Richland. Head-dross, set toilet mats, Mies
AUoe McKenzie. Richland. Crotchet tidy,
Miss Lena Cordes, nico yoars old. Richland.
Crotchet hood, Miss Ida Bntphen, Richland.
Pair of child's socks, Mrs O Allen, aged seven?
ty, Darlington. Worsted Afghan, sitting room
sorap-bag, Mrs S Dibblo, Orangabnrg. Tat
ting oollar, M?UB Annie Law, thirteen years
old, Abbeville. Two specimens of edge tat?
ting, edge and insertion, Mios J F Rrailsford,
Clareudon. Two worsted watch-holders. Miss
J Pollock, Richland. Infant's cap. Mm D
Crawford. Richland. Baske t cover of tatting
work, sideboard cover of taco embroidery,
silk and gold embroidered autipondium, Ursu?
line Convent, Richland. Lamp ru?tu, Misa M
Nioholson, Chester. Child's cloak and cape,
Mrs G R Bracket, Richland. Child's fancy
dress, M?BS K Mayrant, Hum'.or. Crib quilt,
Mrs 12 ? Spears, Sumter. Child's Afanan,
MrsZ David, Charleston. Fancy paper holder,
collection of faucy work, Mrs ? E Jackson,
Richland. Infanta crotchet capo, Miss c
Burns, Charleston. Tatting collar, Mrs ?
Manuiug, aged seventy-four, Clarendon.
Three, piucos tattiug, Mine L Bacon, Ea i nie hi.
French embroidered OhOmlao, Mr? J L Camp
boil, Richland. Necklace of spice, Miss \V
RuiT, aged niue years, Fairfield. Tidios in
cotton. Miss R Buy no, three years old, Rich?
land. Two crotchet mats, Mus Mn Waiker,
olevon years old, Richland. Bet toilet in its,
child's dress, Mrs T L Bnlow, Fairfield. Two
crotchet segar utanda, Mies J Lockie, Chester.
Tidy io crewel. Mina M ? McIntosh, Society
Rill. Crotchet castor cover, Mies H M Blokes,
Oraugoburg. Crotchet shawl, Mids Peron
ncan, Abbeville. Tin cushion, Miss J Rabb,
Fairfield. Breakfast shawl, Mrs M E Stewart,
Fairfield. Crotchet quilt, Miss ll O cockle,
Chester. Red uproa?, Confederate Hag, Miss
E Barkley, Charleston. Box ol fruit, made of
rosin, Miss J S Bitloy, Oraugoburg. Raised
work quilt, woolen, Mrs J W rollt, Newberry,
box patchwork quilt, in silk, Mies K Leo,
Charleston, l'atchwnrk quilt, in cotton, Mus
F Clark, five yoar-j old, Richland. Knit coun?
terpane, Mr? ll i raser, Fairfield. Patchwork
quiit, iu cotton, Mrs C Jones, Richland.
Patchwork quilt, in silk, Mrs Canton, Rich?
land. Patchwork quill, in cotton, Mrs A
Metz, soveuty-sovou years old, Richland. I,aid
?erk quilt, in cotton,Mrs i' Allson, Richland.
Bog cahir quilt, Mrs M A Elkiu, Fairfield.
Piano cover, iu silk and velvet, Miss Mary
.Simons, Charleston . Patchwork cradle quilt".
Misses Al and L Smith, Richland. Slutted
juilt, Mrs A B Kineler, Richland. Patchwork
quilt, bi cotton, Miss F Lucas, aged seven
years, Bocio tv Hill.
DOMESTIC MANU FACT U BES.
Bust sheeting, shirting and driliiug. Gran
iteviiiu Mamuacturiug Company. Homo
made Fans, Miss C Summer. Cord machine,
J J Myer*. Begasso paper, coloretl do, .lame?
Banister, Greenville. Case bats, Mrs McCor?
mick, Richland. Hearth rug. Mrs S P Gibbes,
Richland. Scrap rug. Miss M Collin, Charles?
ton. Cotton socks, Mrs J A McLean, York
ville. Second best cotton socks, Mrs Jane
Gladden, Fairfield. Beut bilk socks, Miss B
Reid. Goonoo. Specimens ot silk, Miss B R
Leo, Ocouee. Specimens sewing silk, M?SH C
Stimmer, Newberry. l'icco cotton fringo,
Miss M Culler. Lcxiugtou. Samples smoking
tobacco, Webb A Roulbac, Hillsboro, N C.
Sponge mattress, pillows and boluter, M U
Berry, Richland. Dozen brooms, D C Peixot
to A Bon, Richland.
Peet specimen upper leather, F Lynch,
Chesterfield. Six sides upper loather, twelve
goat skins, twelve sheep skins, two sides plan?
tation, largest and beut collection Bonthorn
tauti-jd leather, Columbia Tanuery, Columbia.
Case saddlery, uolo leather trunk and vahee,
Hopson A Sutphen, Columbia, Bide sole
loather, harness leather, half dozen calf skins,
two deer skins, R J Kelly, Fairfield. Bridle
loather, G J Priestor, Barnwell. Southern
made saddle, by J O Noland, of Augusta, Ga,
for A C Haskell, of Richland. Kip skins, F
STRAW, WILLOW. WAX, SHELL ANE
READ WORK, LEATHER, GILDING, EM?
BROIDERY, HAIR WORK.
Rest ladies' batu, Mrs C E Reed, Columbia,
Forn toilot mats, Mrs J R Adger, Anderson,
Ladies' bonnets, Mrs A McCormick,Columbia.
Shell pyramid, (Confederate Generals,) Mrc
M ? Brady, Colombia.. Wax specimen, bj
child under fonrteon years, Misu Virginia
Brady, Columbia. Wax Finit, temple, croat
and anchor, Mrs M E Brady, Columbia. Wai
bouquet pinks, Misa M Roach,Columbia. Wai
bouquet dowers, Misu Carne E Gibson, Cn.
lumbla. Wax abell work, B D Dantzler
Orangeburg. Wax shell picture frame, Mist
P Townsend, Columbia. Casu wax Howers
Isaac Bulzbacher, Columbia. Wax epecimer
shell work, Mrs Brady. Columbia. Wax phan
tom bouquet, Mrs.F E Jackson, Columbia
Loather picture frame, Miss L E Prince, New.
berry: Ut tom in cover, embroidered, Mrs ll
B Cathcart, Richland. Foot stool cover, Mrt
C O Marshall, Richland. Ottoman cover
raised work. Miss M L Sims, Fairfield. Chan
cover, raised work. Mrs J A Heard, Fairfield
Table cover, raised work, Mrs Canton. Rich
Und. Embroidered handkerchief, Mrs I
Westernt, Richland. Embroidered skirt, Mit
F Williams,Society Hill. Embroideredchild'i
dress, Mis? Carrie Bacot, Society Hill. Em.
broidered child's snit, Miss Anna Calhoun
Abbeville. Embroidered child's cloak, Mist
Minnie Lomax, Abbeville Ottoman cove]
tape-try. Miss Yates, Dunville, Va. Set hail
Jewelry, Mrs J A Beard, Fairfield.
MEO li AN IC AL D EPAR'I MENT.
Best window ?ash and blind.-?, F W Wing
Columbia. Combined plow, turning plow, oi
scouter stick, W S Babb, Fairfield. Soutl
Carolina made sub-soil plow, S D Dantzler
Oratigeburg. Two-horse wrought moule
board, wrought mould board, ono hoive plow
U Gravely, Charleston. Hand plow, P I
To a le, Charleston. Uno-horso cart moult
board plow, two-boi se cart mould board plow
Watt iv Knight, Columbia. Two-horso Soutl
Carolina linnie turning plo.v, Rev J S Hug
gins, Williamsburg. Plowman, [ white,] Jobi
Gorman, Richland. Plowman, [colored,
Leroy Lewis, .ichland. Utloy improved cot
ton press. South Carolina made cotton gin
E Morris, Columbia. Cotton gill, Neblett H
Goodrich, Augusta, Ga. Largest varioty o
agricultural implements, L?rick A Lowrance
Columbia. Rest cotton seed planter aiu
manure distributor. M L Donaldson, Green
villo. Three-roller sugar mill, Shields J
Gla/.o, Columbia. Farm Gate, C D Edwards
Wake County, North Carolina. Ornamenta
witidow caps, Goldsmith A Kind, Columbia
Largest exhibition of iron eastings, bovo
wheel and grist mill, irons for same, circula:
Haw mill, irons and frame, John Alexander
Columbia. Colomon's corn mill, C Gravely
Charleston. Bout uix-horse portable engine
R Tozer, Columbia. Churu dasher, W t
Stake, Augusta, Oa. Household pet, J Wat
son, Jr, Edgcfiold. Spoke aud fellow brace
J Y Silten, Abbeville.
FRUIT, GARDEN AND TREE DEPART
Rest lot mangoes, Mrs G 8 Trezevanl
Richland. Largest collection cut flowers, Mn
MoCammon, Richland. Varioty of gardoi
vegetables, R O'Nealo, Jr, Richland. Coll ec
t ion raspberry plants, strawberry plants
peach treoe, two dwarf poar trocB, two stand
ard pear troos, Wm Summer, Nowberry
Green house- plants, apple troos, soodliuf
applo trees, A Y Leo, Columbia. Chest nu
(span.) Mrs. Henrv Lvons, Columbia. Al
monds, Mrs H ? Davis, Fairfield. Sample
(six varieties) pecan nuts, R Chisholm. Beau
fort. Lot Boodling apples, H D Haunter
CHEMICALS, M VN U FACTURES, OILS, CE
MENT, MINERALS, ka.
Best cow-foot oil, Mrs. Jeauo Roeao, Rioh
land. Bottle? ootton seed oil, Colombia Oil
Company. Richland. Oase color?, caso lead,
Holmes & Calder, Charleston. Sample opium,
Mrs E Fenly. Richland. Vanilla, Miss Eliza
Harriott, Georgetown. Blank, hooka, speci?
mens of book' bindery, Walker, Evans s Co,
Charleston. Horsford's bread preparation,
Warfield's Gold Water Soap, Wilson. Lock?
wood, OE ? Co, Naw lork. J &
STONE, MARBLE. Ac
Best specimens af brisk, Columbia Brick,
Granite A Tile Co, Columbia. Specimens of
drain tile, B F Crayton, Anderson. Speci?
mens of garden tile, A Y Lee, Richland,
All premiums not delivered are in the hands
of W. G. Whilden, Oharleaton. If not called
for in thirty days, they will be forfeited.
D. WYATT AIKEN, Sco'y.
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XT. ooal Ito rn sfM .
PncENxxiANA.-The price of Bingle
copies of the PHOZNTX is five cents.
The PHOZNTX office is supplied with all
neoeesarv material for as handsome csrds}
bili heads, postors, pamphlets, hand-bills,
circulars, and other printing that maybe
desired, as any office in the South. Give
us a cull and test our work.
The np Charleston passenger train
was delayed more than an hoar, yester?
day, by a run-off, below Ringville.
Ono of thc most pleasing series of per?
formancia that Columbia has had for
many a day, was that furnished by the
Tremaine-Piereon combination. The
vocal music was fine, while the instru?
mental waa perfect. The oompany left
for Charlotta, last night; but we have
reason to boliovo they will payas naother
visit ero long. .
Astronomers predict "falling stare"
during the next two or three nights.
Look ont, and stand from under.
The residence of tho Jato Hon. John
C. Calhoun is offered for sale. In addi?
tion to thc precious memories connected
with the place, it is ono of the best and
most attractive plantations in the up?
Respecting the ?laug phrase, "You
know how it is yourself," an exchange
expresses the hope that ns it it has beer
I truced to Shakspeare, it will be allowed
to stay thors.
The Borrows of bolieveis, aro bettei
than tho joys of Biuncrs.
By bestowing blessings OD others, w<
entail them on ourselves.
It is our part to wait and trust; ant
tho Lord's to dispose und govern.
Let another's passions be l lecture t<
Men, like books, have at each end i
blank leaf-childhood and old age.
We have been requested to state tha
the Gethsemane Baptist Assooiatioi
(colored) will hold their fifth session wit!
the Calvary Baptist Church, in the ott;
of Columbia, on the 14th instant.
We expect to publish ia oar next issn
the address of General Early, deliverei
on Friday evening before the Sont!
Carolina Survivors' Association.
An unknown friend in Charleston bc
Bent as a uk etch representing "Gee
Useless Grant," "Gen. Arson Sherman,
and "Gen. Ananias Butler" abasing
dead lion-"the Lost Cause." It hang
in a conspicuous place in the PHONI
Alderman Mioort's pony gave ont o
the race track, yesterday, and it isfeare
he will die.
An old McClellan saddle aad blanket
found at the fair ground, has been le:
at tho PHOZNIX office, for identification.
Mons. F. Eugene Darbee, of tb
Charleston Referee, was in Colombia yei
Messrs. Louis Rodgers, John R?dgen
Frank Farr, T. J. Greer, John Dawkiu
(colored,) aud William Steen, of Unio
County-charged with murder and coi
spiracy-had a hearing before Unite
States Commissioner Boozer, yesterday
The first five woro remanded to jail, 1
await tho aotion of tho grand jury, i
the sosaioo of the United States Coor
which convenes in this city on the foart
Monday of this month. The hitter wi
discharged, there being no evident
against him. Col. F. W. McAllister au
J.H. Rookie, Esq., represented tho pr
soners; Gen. E. C. Worthington for tl
THE Scnvivoits.-We call attention I
the second day's proceedings of the Sa
vivors' Association. The objects whit
this association has io view commet
themselves to overy generous soul,
has a high doty to discharge, and th
duty, we feol sore, will not be neglect?
by this body.
Ho FOR THE RACES !-On Mondi
next, at 12 o'olock, a match raoo f
$1,000 a side will be ron between M
Ellerbe's chesnatmare, "Belle of York
and Col. Bacon's bay mare, "Girl of n
Heart." Single dash of a mile, on ti
ooaree at tho fair grounds. Wo lea
that mooh iotorest attaohes to this rac
Pcjfeot order will be preserved.
MAIL ARRANOBMBNTO.-The Nor th o
mail opens at 3.00 P. M.; closes 7.
A. M. Oharleaton day mail opens 4.
P. M.: doses 6.00 A. M. Chariest
night mail opens 6.80 A. M.; closes 6.
P. M. Greenville mail opens 6.45
M. ; closes 6.00 A. M. Western ra?
opens 9.00 A. M. ; closes 1.30 P. M. (
Sunday office open from 3 to 4 P. M.
GBESRYI&U? Air? P^TWWt^|?A*'^
Wo aro reliably imo?in^ib?* wie Sou t h
Carolina Railroad haring obtained a auf-,
?oient quantity of stock, ia the Green-:
Tille and Columbia Railroad, noir actual?
ly oontrol that enterprise,
GAS M ACHIMES.-Agnew's new hall, in >
which the Sooth Carolina Survivors'
Association had their supper, was lighted
by a Colombia portable gas generator, i
This machino took, on the 8th instant*
the first premium at shs fair in Kew
York. On yesterday, it took the first
premium at onr fair. As the 'work of
Messrs. Flamer St Richard, of this oity,
we are especially pleased to record their
success. The Columbia Portable Gas
Light Company have their factory here,
and also an office at 708 Broadway, New
GOT. Scott has made tho following ap
[ point menta:
Gen. Samuel McGowan, of Abbeville,
as Bpeoial Judge to hear the ease of
Wilkie, io. tho aaa o? EUubc?u
Martin, vs. Aloxander Bryce, Sr., eta!.,
to b? heard at O oonah Court on the se?
oond Monday in Novo m ber inst, in lien
of Judge Orr, he being of counsel for
A. H. Utrey, W. B. Parr, James H.
Vinson, County Commissioners for
Union; W. P. Harris, Lewis Moates, D.
R. Pbipher, for Newberry; M. M. Ben?
bow, W. P. MoKnight, for Clarendon.
H. A. Smith, Treasurer for Fairfield,
vice J. R. Bo) le, removed. Wm. Jones,
Trial Justice for Cheater, vioe R. S.
Crockett, removed. John L. Yohgue,
Probate Judge for Union, vice T. J.
Qreer, removed. H. S. Moise, Notary
Publio for Sumter.
Wm. Fanning and F. R. Anderson,
Commissioners of Deed? in New York.
Joseph Coxe, Deputy Surveyor for
RELIGIOUS S EB VICES THIS DAX.-Tri?
nity Ohurah-Rev. P. J. Sh and, D. D.,
Rector, 10>? A. M. and 5 P. M.
St. Peter's Church-Rev. Franois R.
Jacquemet, 1st Mass, 7 A. M: ; 2d Mass,
10>?. Afternoon Service 4 P. M.
Lutheran Church-Rev. George R.
Brackett, 10)? A. M.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. Jos. R.
Wilson, 10% A. M. and 7 P. M.
Marion Street Church-Rev. W. W.
Mood, 10).< A. M. Rev. Manning
Brown, 7 P. M.
Washington Street Church-Rev. Man?
ning Brown, 10# A. M. Rev. W. W.
Mood, 3>? P. M.
Baptist Church-Rev. J. L. Reynolds,
10}? A. M.
LIST OP Nsw ADVERTISEMENTS.
G. T. Jackson-Granite Mills.
C. D. Eberhardt-Home Shuttle.
THE STATE BONDS.-A correspondent
of the Charleston News telegraphs from
New York, nnder date of the 10th:
"There is a panio among the Wall
street holders of South Carolina bonds,
and several failures are reported. One
Charleston carpet-bagger is said to be
ruined. $3,600,000 of the sterling fund?
ing bonds have been hypothecated to
save the holders of the ordinary new
I bonds and to keep the latter oat of the
INDIAN COTTON CBOP.- xhe cotton
commissioner. Mr. H. Rivett-Oarcao,
informed the Secretary of the Bombay
Chamber of Commerce, in a letter dated
the 11th September, that "all immediate
anxiety regarding the cotton orop has
now been removed by the return of the
rain." The Bombay Gazette, of Septem?
ber 12, says: "We have this week again,
we are glad to say, good news to report
regarding the prospects of the cotton
orop-namely, that all anxiety regarding
the oonditiou of the crop in Central In?
dia and the Boras, has now been removed.
Tho return of rainy weather was just in
time to save the young plants from being
withered up, and fortunately the raia
has continued, so that the prospects arc
good; and if showery weather continues
for a short time longer the crop will be
aa excellent one in moat places. The
rain which fell in the beginning of thie
month also, as we anticipated, did much
good in Guzeret and Khandeish, though
moro..rain would be more acceptable in
these provinces; and from Scinde we
learn that the cotton crop will he a good
OFFICIAL RAFFLE N uim EUS Charleston Charl .
tahlo Association, for benefit Free Bohool fund:
RAFFLE CLASS No.200.-Morning,November ll
Witness my band at Columbia, this 11th daj
of November, 1871. FENN PECK,
Nov 12 Sworn Commissioner.
Columbia Building and Loan Associ'n,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., NOVEMBEB 9, 1871.
OWINO to our not being able to get posses?
sion of the hall on last Monday night, the re?
galar monthly meeting of the Association
waa not held. A special meoting is now called
for next MONDAY NIQHT, at the asual place
of meoting-Temperance Hall-when docs
will be received and money loaned ont.
A full attondanoo is desired, as there is bu?
siness to bo transacted of a special character.
R. O'NEALE, JB., President.
A. O. UBENIZEB, Secretary and Treasurer.
Nov 10 3
Tho DAILY RAFFLES of tho Charleston
! Charitable Association take placo ovory morn?
ing, at 10 o'clock, at then- office, on Main
street, oppoaito tho sito of Jauney's Hotel.
Home Shuttle Machine.
mur celebrated Lock Stitch SOME 8E?T
X TLE SEWING MACHINE, adapted to
every variotv of family sewing, can now be
j obtained at O. D. EBERHARDl'd, opposite
tho Columbia Hotel.
Prices running from #25 to $75, aooording to
style and finish. Nov 12 Sr