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''Let our tost Censures ^^i^^^t^wRr SS^B* Attend tho True Event."
BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1872. VOL. VIII-NO. 143.
COTTON IN THE EAST.-The cotton in?
dustries of ludia baye beeu illustrated
by a complete collect i ou deposited in the
South Kensington Art Exhibition, in
London. The articles chiefly conao from
the Bombay District, which ib the cbief
cotton market of India. The general
plan of the collection bas been BO ar?
ranged aa to illustrate every stage of the
cultivation, growtb, treatment, salo and
manufacture of cotton. Thus, speci?
mens of the different soils and of tbe
various manures used are given. A large
map of India bas also been prepared,
showing, by various colors, the chief
cotton districts, and their relative pro?
ducts and qualities. A large proportion
of the ootton grown in India-probably
about 750,000 bales-is retained in the
country for homo consumption; the an?
nual exports amounting to 1,400,000
baleB, of which over 1,000,000 bales are
shipped from Bombay. The cotton is
used in India for stuffing beds and pil?
lows, for making quilts and for padding
coats. A certain quantity is consumed
for lump-wioke, for staffing saddles, for
trappings, harness and ropeB, and for
many purposes almost impossible to
imagine. The greater quantity is, of
course, spun and weaved to make the
clothing demanded by depopulation of
A NEW Daua.-The Galaxy for August
says: "A new drag, obtained from the
eucalyptus globulns, or blue-gum tree, is
Anding much favor among foreign phy?
sicians as a remedy in intermittent
fevers. The tree is a native of Austra?
lia, but is now cultivated in Corsica and
the South of Europe. The whole of the
tree, according to Dr. Oarlotti, is strong?
ly impregnated .with febrifugal proper?
ties. He has used leaves, bark and
wood with success. Tbe drug is also re?
commended as a tonio and stimulant, has
been need in bronchitis with favorable
results, and is valuable as an antiseptic
application to wounds. Cigars made of
the leaves of this plant are Baid by Prof.
McLean to be Becoud only to morphia
for allaying pain, calming irritation and
procuring sleep in cases of ohest aneur?
ism and tbe asthma incident to heart dis?
ease. The eacalyptns has been an?
alyzed by Professors Vauquelin and Lei
oiana, who report, besides other matters,
the presence of an alkaloid strongly sim?
ilar to quinine."
^ ? ?
The Philadelphia Press bas the follow?
ing complimentary notice of Simon Ca?
melon: "The great head centre of cor?
ruption and fraud, Simon Cameron, ie
now in Washington, disgraoing the Re?
publican party of tbe coantry by aoting
as the chairman of ils national commit?
tee. His presence there is more danger?
ous to General Grant than would be a
Democratic victory in Maine."
The Dakota Indians manifest n very
natnral repugnance to work. AB they
are well fed by the Government, they
argue quito philosophically that it is bet?
ter tbat tbey slipuld notruise much corn.
If they did, they would have to Bubsist
on it, bat if they do not, they can have
meat and flour, which aro mncb better.
Mrs. Charlotte Lamb has been arrest?
ed at Trumbull, Pierce County, Wis.,
and placed in the Ellsworth jail, charged
with poisoning flvo person?, several of
whom have since died.
A drunken man suffocated at Bergen
Point, N.J., recently, by fulling down
with his fuco in tho sand.
AFinST CLASS WASHER and IRONER,
to go into the country, and capable of
doing the washing and ironing in a family of
six or eight. Wages $12 per month and
"found." Must bring no children. References
required. Apply* at the drug store or
Sup 8 4_FISHER A SILLIMAN.
COLUMBIA. S. C., September 3, 1872.
THE Board of Equalization ia now in sua?
sion, and will continue to meet daily dur?
ing this week, at 12 M., at the o flin o of Audi?
tor of Richland County.
8ept 3 5_M. J. CALNAN. A. R. C.
Union Savings Baale of Colombia, 8. C.
THE THIRD INSTALLMENT OF STOCK
in the above named institution ia due,
payable on or before the 5th instant, after
which time the penalty will be enforced
against delinquents. See Section 5 of Char?
ter. G. M. WALK KU, Cashier,
Sept 3_At E. J. Scott & Bon's.
Halliard's Chocolate and Cocoa.
CHOCOLATE a la Vanille,
Chocolate Do Sante,
Cocoa, puro, No. 1,
Cocoa, pnro, No. 2
Theae are regarded as tho finest and purest
manufactured. I have the agency for their
Balo, and will guarauteo satisfaction to pur?
Bakers' COCOA sud BROMA.
Sept 3_GEO. SYMMERS.
Novelties in Cigars.
IN addition to my specialty of tha celebrated
"Livo Indian," I have had manufactured
especially for retail a pure Havana and Seed
OIGA ll. of exquisite flavor aud quality, called
the "Royal Ooorgo." They are sure to
please, and tho standard will be maintained.
Abm, ".lenny Lind," "Byron," "Partagaa,"
"Oriental," "Casino," "Hidalgo," "Crown
Jewels," "El Dio," "Carolina," and many
other brands, comprising very low-priced
goods np to finest. Dealers and others' will
nd it to their interest to inspect the stock.
Prioea low and cash necessary to buy.
' J. P. CA lill O LI.. CHARLES E. JAN N L V ,
CARROLL & JANNEY,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
COLUMBIA, 8. O.
Septl O Aloe on Law Range. Imo
Jost Received. <
NEW EXTRA MESS MACKEREL,
New Piokled Salmon,
New Smoked Beef,
New Smoked Tongues,
Now B. C. Shoulders,
New Choose. For sale by
Beptl HARDY SOLOMON.
APLANTATION in Sumter Oonnty, known
as the Bradford Springs Place. It con?
tains 753 aores of land, ffrteen miles from
Sumter C. H. and about the same distance
from Camden. For particulars and terms,
apply to Mesara BLANDING & RICHARD?
SON, Attorneys at Law, Sumter C. H.
Ol? Marrluge.-Happy relief for Young
Mon from tho effects of Errors and Abusen in
early life. Manhood restored. Impedimenta
to Marriage removed. Now method of treat?
ment. New and remarkable remedies. Books
and circulars ?ont free, in seated eiivo'opcs.
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2
South Ninth streut, Philadelphia, Pa.
The C?ales of Araby aro not spicier tiran
tho aroma which the frag ra ot Sozodont im?
parts to tho breath. Nor is the heart of tho
ivory nut whiter than tho teeth that aro
cleaned daily with that matchless fluid.
To O wu rm of lionel.-No ODO who bau
I ever used Dr. Tobias* Horse VsDetian I.mi?
ment, will over be without it; it is a certain
eure for Coho. Soro Throat, Cuts, Bruises and
Old Sores. Warranted superior to any other;
in pint bottles, at Ono Dollar. Sold hy all
Druggists. Depot 10 Park Place, Now York.
Burnett's Standard Flavoring Kx
t rac ts are neatly put up in unpaanellod 2 oz.,
5 oz. and 10 oz. bottles, and are for Bale by
tho trade generally in every principal city and
town in the United ?states, Canadas, and Bri?
tish Proviuoes, as well as in many other
Help for tiie Hopeless.-You are weak,
de] coted, miserable, and nothipg does yon any
good, you aay. Don'tdeepair. Theroia balm
in Gilead. Hs?o you tried Vlnngar Bitters'
Nol Then why don't you? Whether youl
complaint be dyspepsia, biliousness, nervom
weakness, constitutional debility, or any othei
trouble, Vinegar Bitters will revivo and reno
vate your shattered system, as a genial rail
refreshes the withered flowers.
For Dyspepsia, indigestion, depression o
spirits and general debility iu their varioui
forms; also, as a preventivo against Feve
and Aguo, and other intermittent fevers, th
t'erro-Phoephorated Elixir of Calisaya, mad
by Caswell, Hazard &. Co., New York, and soli
by all druggists, is the beat tonic, and as i
tonio for patiente recovering from fever o
other sickness, it has no equal.
Thurston's Ivory Pearl Tooth Powder
-Tho best articto known for cleansing am
??reserving tho teeth and gums. Sold by al
)rnggietB. Prico 23 and CO cents per boitli
I F. C. Wolla St, Co., New York.
Clirlatudoro's Hair Dye Stauda unrivalo
in tho world. No lady or gentleman of dit
crimination uses any other. It is the moe
perfect, reliable and effective Bair Dye in th
world. Manufactory, 68 Maiden Lane, Ne
Carbolic Salve, recommended by Phys
cians aa tho great Healing Compound, Prie
25 couts per box. John F. Henry, solo Prc
prietor, 8 College Place, New York.
lllsley's Bucha ia a reliable Diuretic an
Tonio for all derangements of tho uriuai
and genital organs. The genuino, as forme
ly sold by Uaviland, Uarral fr Hit-lev an
thoir branches, is now prepared by H. V
Risloy, tho originator and Proprietor; an
the trade supplied by his successors, Murga
Sc, Risley, New York.
SvapniQ, or opium purified, tho most pc
foct auodvno in tho market, mad? by preen
of Dr. I. M. Rigelow, Detroit Medical Onlleg
is always uniform in strength, which ia rare
the caso lu other preparations of opium
Ptutt's Astral on has a world-wide rep
talion as tho surest and be-t illuminating o
Over 2 000,000 galloon have buen sold lor tl
past two years, from which no accidouts
any description have occurred. Send for cl
cular. Oil House ot Charlee Pratt, eata
Rahed 1770, Now York.
We lluve )''n (jin n(Iy llritnl mollie
say they would uot be without Mrs. Wiilslov
Soothing Syrup, from tho hirth of the chi
until it has limshod with the teething sieg
under any consideration whatever.
The Secret or Beauly.-What ia it?
longer asked, for tho world ot fashion and
tho ladies know that is produced by usinr.
delighttul and harmless toilet preparati
known as G. W. Laird's "Bloom of Youtl
Its beautifying effects are truly wonderf
Depot, 5 Gold street, Now York. Sept 1 f.
Citizens' Savings Bank of S. C.
ALL SAVINGS DEPOSIT? mado in t
Bank on or beforo the 5th day of es
tal? nillir month will bear interest for tl
month as if deposited on the 1st instant.
J. O. B. SMITH,
SoptlS Assistant Cashiei
LeRoy F. Yonmans, Attorney at La
COLUMBIA, a. o.
OFFICE Law Bange, Banskett's buildi
Yonmans & Sheppard.
Attorneys al Law, Edgtflela, 8. C.
LER. F. YOUMAN8. JNO O. 8HEPPA1
! ~ AT Daly's Stable, eighteen supe
Kentucky HARNESi" AND SADI
HORSES. Persons wishing to \
. 1 Ji .ohaae will do well to call and exan:
j them, as thoy have boen selected espeoi
for this markot. JOHN N. LONG, Ag
Aug 17_di. GRAHAM A CO.
Cow for Sale.
A GOOD Ml I.KKK, willi a
^SWJS heifer CALI*. Apply ?tl Pin:
sfts3| ofHoo?_ Aug
A Valuable Tract of Land For Sal
THE subscriber offers for cale his PLAN
TION, near Abbcvillo Court House,
Of it Mithin thu corporate limits of tho t<
It contains 350 acres of land, seventy-fi'
which is good creek bottom. On it ii a (
fnrtablo Dwelling House, Oin House, am
necessary out-buildings; also, a Viney ar
Scupporuong Grapes of seven aerea, in
bearing, with a Stono House, Collar, am
appliances for making wine, and a tluo cu
tionof Fruit Trees. ll. h. BOWIE
Sept 1 _Abbeville C H.. B.
HAVINO purchased from William M. ;
Esq., his entire steck of wines
liquors, billiard tables, and whole ato
supplies for a restaurant, now found a!
late place of business in tho "Brennen Ho
on Richardson stroot, near the State B
his former patrons and tho public gone
aro informed that that establishment
hereafter be conducted, with every at te
to oustomors, by Mr. Fino,as mj Agent.
Aug 29 G_GEO. H. BROWN, Proprtel
Valuable Real Estate for Sale.
IOFFER for ealo my FARM, consist?
abont 128 acres, situated just outsl
oity limits, on both sides of Charlotte
road. Tho place contains a comfot
Dwelling and fine Out-buildings, and
Grain and Truck Farm cannot be Burpi
This proporty, from its nearness to tin
and its facilities for advancement an
provement, is very desirable.
Aug 28 Imo_JAMES E. BLA
Selling Oat Below Cost.
FINE JET SET-only CO cents-at
THE undersigned having entered into co
pai tneishio. under the narnu and ht vie of
NATHAN & PEIXOTTO, for llio purpose of
PI HST CL.ASH CU<'CKBIIY
House Furnishing Establishment,
Will open THIS DAY, ono door North or J. F.
Eisonmunu's clothing atore, a large and varie d
aBBortraent of GLASSWARE, CROCKERY,
CUTLERY aud FANCY ARTICLES of every
description, to which wo respectfully call the
attention of tho public, a? bargains can ho
obtained at tho now store of tho abovo firm.
NATHAN & PEIXOTTO.
EnwAnn M. NATHAN, J
DANIEL C. FEIXOTTO. J
Coi.UM m.\, S. C., September 2, 1872.
AMEETING of Columbia Orango No. 30
will bo held on SATURDAY, 31st instant,
at the office of Col. Wm. Wallaco, at 12 o'clock.
Au g 28 w?2 THOS. TAYLOR, Maeter.
POA BUSHELS RuBt Proof RED OATS.
.Jvlvr for salo at $1.GO per bushel, sacked
and delivered at Niuetv-aix Depot, Greenville
and Columbia Railroad. Apply tc
JAMES H. RICE, Ninety-six, S. C.
llEFF.TtKNCKH.-Dr. W. L. AudorBou. MBJ. R.
A, Griffin._Aug 7 Imof
Lumber at Rednced Prices.
THE undersigned aro prepared to saw
LUMBER ef auy dimouaiona, up to twen?
ty-two inches wide, or thick, and forty-eight
feet long. Wo prefor to .work at low prices
rather than do nothing at hieb ligures. If
you would Bavo money, nogotiate with us at
Leesville, Charlotto, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad. South Carolina.
July 17 wl3 BODIE .t MITCHELL.
Wood; Wood! Wood!
ACHOICE lot of OAK and HICKORY
WOOD, of all sizes, for salo cheap by
the cord, and delivered in any part of tho
city. I will furnish WOOD by contract at
special rates for winter purposes. Orders
left at the PUCENIX office, or at Mr. D.EPSTIN'B
Dry Goods Store, on Assembly street, will be
promptly attended to. Tho abovo Wood ia in
my yard, and can be aecu for dolivery at any
time. P. EPSTIN.
North sido of Gervais street, between Assem?
bly and Gates street. ._June 8 3mf_
Af\(\ CASES CANNED GOODS,
?yt* "vf 100 boxes CANDY,
50 boxes SOAP,
200 barrels FLOUR,
100 b?rrela Whiskey,
100 dozen Axes,
2C0 dozen Pocket-Kui voa,
100 dozen pairs Trace Chain?,
100 dozen Door and Pad-Locks,
100 bundles Ties,
10? bales Bagging.
For salo to-day, at N< w York prices an ' our?
ringo, having been purchased mainly before <
the late inflated prices.
L0?ICK & LOWRANCE.
COLUMBIA, S. C..
H. L. EMERY & SONS,
Proprietors of the
ALBANY AGRICULTURAL WORKS,
ALBANY, N. Y.
SEE tho new (25th) edition ortho Annual
Catalogue and Price Lists for 1872 of the
Universal Cotton Gin and Condenser Attach?
ment, HORACE L. EMERY'S PATENTS.
Thia Gin will make a greater out-turn, and
run lighter at tba same time; will pick the
seed entirely and uniformly clean, and make
a greater yield of lint from the seed cotton,
by twenty to thirty pounds for each bale
ginned; will make a cleaner, brighter and
absolutely homogeneous sample, thoroughly
muted aud free trom neps, than any other gin
in uae. Will not c?o bridge or break tho
roll, nor generate tiro from any cauao when in
operation. Can bo readily and efficiently ma?
naged by anv ordinarily good band on the
plantation. May bo instantly removed from
place to place, and used within or without
buildings,'and without thu loss of a fibre of
lint, and without tho interruption O ii either
processor ginning or packing, even if within
tho same room or building, ur inconvenience
to the hands in attendance.
Address as above to avoid delays.
N. B.-Catalogues and Price Lists st ni free,
on receipt of a postage stamp. Sept 1 (i;"3
New Books ! New Books I !
THE VICAR'S DAUGHTER. Rv George
McDonald. fl 50.
Tho Doctor's Daughter. Rv Sophie May,
"At tho Rack of tho North Wind." Ry Geo.
Fitz Hugh St. Clair, the South Carolina Re?
bel Roy. By Mrs. Sallie F. Ohapin. fl 50.
Lord Kilgobbin. By Charles Lover, fl.
The Golden Lion of G Tampere, By Antho?
ny Trolloppo. 75c.
Ethel Miidmay's FollieH. 7."ic.
"Ombra." By Mrs. Oliphant. 75c.
And other late public?i ms, just received
and t?rsalo at publishers prices, at
lt. L. BRYAN'S
THE subscriber bas in hand, for Bale, a
largo amount of valuable REAL ESTATE,
consisting of Plautations, Farms, Woodlands
Improved and unimproved OITY LOTS.
Especial attention ii called to that elegaut
and commodious residence known as tho El?
more House. This residenco ia situated on a
lot of six acres, handsomely improved, in a
healthy location, and can be bought on easy
Several eligible BUSINESS LOTS, on Rich?
ardson street. J. W. PARKER,
Roal Estate Broker,
Aug ll Imo_Columbia, B. C.
A GKUTAIN CUBE ron CHILLS AND FF.VF.II
First tako tho Blood and Liver Pills, to work
oft* the bile and purify tho blood; threo or
four will bo sufficient. Then take a table?
spoonful or HEINITBU'S CHILL CURE. It
has been tried; we know it.
Miss M. A. Bollinger
WILL resumo the exorcises of
her SCHOOL, at tho residence of
Mrs. James Cathcart, on MON
D\Y. Heptember 10. Sept 3 2*
Due West Female College.
SEND us jour daughters. Tho
next session opons OCTOBER 7.
?Only tho vory host teachers aro
;employed. Hoarding, including
\Va?hm::, Fuel aud Tuition, ono
year, $181 50. Over 100 pupils aro j
present annually. Tho President will ho at
tho Nickerson House, Columbia, FRIDAY
NIGHT, the 4th of October, and will take
charge of pupils on tho Greenville and Co?
lumbia Railroad SATURDAY, tho 0th. Send
for a catalogue. J. I. RONNER,
Sept 3 0 President.
Oliatsworth Female Institute.
No. 183 Franklin street,
MISS A. E. HASSON, Principal,
MRS. C. E. ENGELS REC UT,
.( fornici ly of Belle Haven Institute,
I Columbi a, S. C..) Vice-Principal.
This school will re-open SEP?
TEMBER IC Tho building and
grounds aro spacious, location high and I
healthy, course ot study extensive, and in?
Both the Principal and Vice-Principal have
had much experience in educating and train?
ing the young. Tho entire expeuao per an?
num of a boarding pupil, including English
tuition, one other language and Vocal Music, ;
$350. Music, Languages and other extras
moderate. For circulars address tho Princi- |
pal._Aug 30 -115
The N. C. Election,
THAT excited so muoh interest, having
hoon decided, the atteution of the public
is called to tho great inducements
Offered by the 'TNDIAN GIRL," in closing
out a few brands of Ano CIGARS, four for 25 I
cents-a prico that allows no grounds for it j
As to whero is the place to get thc most for
"Pancake," "Century," "May Flower" and
"Durham" are specialties. Aug 10
NOW IS THE TIMS
Save "STour Mooney!
THRALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS will
be sold at great bargains before thc season
!. F. JACKSON'S, i
"VTTTE hereby give notice to nil whom it may
VV concern, that wo have resigned our
connection with the Universal 1 ile Insurance
Company, of New York. Tho ottilie and busi?
ness is turned owr to Mr. J. W. Shackletord,
Southern manager t v tuid Com pa nv.
M. Vi. GARY,
Ali? 2 M. C. RU Fl,ER.
y^ts. THAT largo and commodious STORE
Mil?T now occupied by Messrs. Porter & Steele.
JQeiJLFossOdsiou given tho 1st of October.
Fur tenus, inquire of G. DIERCK3.
THE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Bieh- I
ops and other Clergy ot tho Anglican
Church. Vol. I. $5.
Aunt Jane's Hero, by Author of Stepping
Heavenwards. ?l 50.
Hannah, a new Novel, liv Miss Muloch. 50c.
Jan 14_ DU F FIE .* CHA PM AN. _
Initial and Monogram Frets.
E. R STOKES
IS now prepared, with a Tress and apprr
tainmenis. to manufacture INITIAL PA?
PER and ENVELOPES t<- order, embossed
and iii colors, of all sizes a:;i! quality.
Keeps constantly ill store a full stock ol
Fancy ami Staple" STA H M LY. BLANK
ROOKS, Fancy Art iel-s and all grinds pertain?
ing to a first clnss Stationer} llou.-e.
Fl mr! Flour1.!
OHO RI?1 S- NEW F.LO?il.of all gradin,
JU' / f?.r salli at greatly reduced prices,
hy JOHN AGNEW ,v SON.
So ling (Jut
AFINE stock of tit? c?l?br?t ed Morris .t
Lazarus PERI EC I E > SPECTACLES,
vdiich I have lunn telling lo thc public for
the last four vi ars.
ISAAC SULZRAOHF.lt. H<>'?; Agent.
P?OS' FEET SOULED.
CHOICE GOSHEN ?UTTER.
All fresh and for sale low for cash hv
Juno 1? HOPE & OYLES.
AND II Ol: > io FtlltMMilNO STOKE.
THE undersigned have re?
cently ononed an entire new
stock' of new goods in the
abovo Hue. Articles of all
kicds for house keeping, &a.
Citizens aro invited to call and examine goods
and prices. KINGSLAND ?V HEATH,
April 24 Under Columbia Hotel.
R. KlNQRI.ANn. J. A. IT KATH.
Fre?h Country Butter.
LRS. dioico COUNTRY BUTTER,
for sain by ' HOPE ft GYLES.
Sellin? Oat at and Below Cost
MY entire stock, consisting of DIAMONDS,
WATCHES, Chains, Jewelry, Silver
Waro, Plated Ware, Clocks.
Aug 10 ISAAC SULZBACnER.
A CHANCE FOB ALL !
GREAT ll A ll li A 1 X S
OT. D. LO?E & CO J Bl
anticipation of removing in September j
to our largo and commodious NEW STORE, I
in the Wheolor Building, corner of Main and
Plain streets, wo will close ont our present
I stock at unprocedonted LOW PRICES.
Bargains in all classes of Ooods.
W. D. LOVE & CO.
W. D. LOVE, ?
?. B. MCCLEERY. J July 14
FOR CASH !
W0BTU OF t .
CLBTEII Ai Effi!
J COST AXD TRANSPORTATION
To make room i
For Our Fall Stock.
KINARD 8L WILE'S",
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Jnlv 23 _ _
B ARO AINS !
BTjm. SEASON !
FRENCH CASSI11ERE PANTS
Made to order
For Twelve Dollars.
Twenty per cent, disconnt.
As wo mark everything in plain figures.
At cost-or less.
At a sacrifice.
FINEST AND CHOICEST SHIRTS
In the market.
CALL AND SEE
Il, & \Y, C, SWAFFIELD.
, Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE.
WE claim to have one of the finest
stocks of WATCHES, of all best Eng
_^lisb, Swiss and American makers. With
namouda and other fine Jewelry, onr stock
IB largo, and we aro going to soil the Ooods.
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in al
branches, by the best of workmen.
Nov 10_ Formerly Glazo & Radoliffo.
Motz's Celebrated North Carolina
IHAVE a lot of the above WHISKEY on
hand, and having made arrangements to
take all Whiskey mannfaetmed by Motz, will
< constantly keep it on hand. Can onlv bo had
at W. J. BLACK'S,
March 31 Gmo_Charlotte. N. 0.
BLOOU. Bi.oon, Bi.oon, LIVRB, I.IVEB, LIVEH.
PILLS, PILLS, PILLS.-Pot np in blood-red
wrappers. Bold only at Heimtsh's Family
The Public Library
SECOND GRAND GIFT CONCERTS
Day of the Drawing Fixed,
No Postponement from Septe er ZB.
TO TH IC PUBLIC t
Tho Trustees of tho Puhlic Library of Ken?
tucky, being satisfied, from tho largo eale oi
tickets already m mle, and tho daily increas?
ing demand for them, that there will be no
occasion for postponing the second drawing
in tho Gift Concert in aid of tho Public
Library of Kentucky, havo instructed me, a?
thoir agont and manager of the Gift Concert,.
to say to tho public and ticket-holders that
tho drawing will positively take place on
September 28, proximo, and will not be post?
poned. An active domand for tickets comes
from evory 8tato and Territory of tho United'
States, and from tho Canadas, giving assm -
anco to tho Trustees that no circumstances
can prevent a drawing at tho appointed timo.
A sufHciont clerical force is engaged to keep
up with tho orders for tickets, and in order
that this office may bo relieved of the im- *
menso pressure incidont to tho business for
tho weok or two immediately preoeding the
drawing, agents especially, and those desi?
rous of procuring tickets, are requested to -
send in their ordors immediately, as Balee
will have to bo closed in time to make the
necessary preparations for (ho drawing. It
is tho wish of tho mana;, : ut to fill every
order for a ticket, as woll as to eel! all tho
tickets, but thoso who apply first must first
bs supplied; and if thoso who put off buying
until sales are closed have their money re?
turned, instead of tho tickets ordered, as in
the first Gift Concert in Decomber last, when
thousands of dollars that came too late were
sent back, they will have none to blame but
themselves. THOS. E. BRAULETTE,
Agent Public Library, Kentucky. -
LOUISVILLE, KY., Anguet, 1872. Aug 28 fC
COAL! GOAL! i~
THE undersigned have established a
COAL, Y A ll D
In this city, which will be kept regularly aup
I plied with thc beet qualities of
And FOUNDRY COAL, for salo at tho lowest
prices. A good article eau be eupplledj iti.'
t?red in any purl i f the city.
100 TO:%T3 OH ATE COAL
Now on hand. LONGTON (2 21') lbs.) ?iii
always bc given.
Mr. W.H.HIVES is our Agent for salo of
Coal, and will give prompt attention to all or
! ders sent him, or dropped in Post Cf5co Bor
! No. 117, or left ut Fisher & Silliman's Drug
Am; 20 Imo O. G. PAT^ST/F.Y & CO.
WE are in receipt i f letters making known
to us the high estimation iu which we
are held as tho proprietor and manufacturer
if HEINITSU'S BLOOD AND LIVER PILLS.
The very high appreciation thus voluntarily
exhibited is a source not only of pleasure bnt
of profit. Thus practically encouraged, we
propose to go on with the good work of send?
ing relief to thousands of the sick at very lit.
tie cost. Read the following letter from North
A letter from Raleigh, North Carolina,
speaks of HeinitHh's Blood and Liver Pills, in
the following emphatic language: "Your
Blood and Liver Pills should be called the
'Eureka.' My wife will give you a certificate
testifying to their remarkable curative pro
portiea. For females, the best pill ont."
Heinitah's Blond Pills aro adapted to all
ages, sexes and conditions, in all climates;
good for Liver Complaint, Ihlbusuees, Head?
aches, Chills Try them; only twenty-five
cents a box For sale onlv a? tho family medi?
cine store of li. FI. HElNirSH.
JBUH7_ _ t
1FORTY-SAW COTTON GIN, with CON?
DENSES, manufactured by Horace L.
Emory, as good as new, havii g boen only
used a few weeks. Will bo sold at a *iiuiitio?,
by__JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Oats and Corn.
IAAfk BUSHELS FEEDING OA'S,
,UUU 700 bushul* While Corn, for
salo low for cash._HOPE ft GYLES.
NEW sugar-cured HAM.-',
.bunked Beef, for sahijow. HOPF .V OVf.FS.
Ale! Ale! Ale'.
i)?r DOZ CROTON ALL, very superior
?> > quality.
50 doz. Mci.wen's Ale, very superior quali?
ty. Jiint received and for sal? hy
July 9_JOHN AGNEW ft BON.
Seiung Ont Below Cost.
LADIES' WRITING DEH?S, Jtwel Cases
and Traveling Companions.
Amerioan Clnb Fish.
A DELICIOUS relish ; better
and much cheaper than Sardines. For sale
by_HOPE & GYLES.
Look Out for K. K.'B!
March 28 JOHN C. 8EEGERB'.
Selling Oat Below Cost.
fri A BLE and POCKET CUTLERY.
j _ISAAC SULZBACHES.?
Choice Family Floor.
K fV BARRELS STRICTLY PHI ME, for
yu sale at reduced rates.
August 10_HOPE Si OYLES.
North Carolina Bay.
rrC BALES good N. C. HAY. for sale ow
I O by HOPE ft GYLES.
A whole family cured of bilionsnois with
one box nf Heinitsh's Blood' and Liver Pille.
Thia ia cheap praotice. How is it? Why, tba
pills aro good.