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''Let our jost Censarse
Attend the True Event."
BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1872. VOL. VIII-NO. 140.
The Borne Journal announces a novel
breakfast party participated in by the
Dover Bathing Club. A floating table,
decorated with flowers, was anchored in
the bay, and upon it were laid cops of
hot coffee, eggs, bread and batter, &c.
About twenty members of the club then
sprang into the water, swam to the table,
and drank their coffee, ?co., the condi?
tion being that no one was to touch the
table itself. This necessitated a good
knowledge of the art of "treading water,"
and there waB plenty of fan for qaite
half an hoar, when the repast was
A Gurions law sait will commence
shortly ia Paris. Ou July 23, 1870, a
wager o? 200,000f. to 100,OOOf. was offered
/ in a newspaper that the French would be
at Berlin on the 15th of AuguBt. Oa
the following day, a merohaut addressed
a letter to the same journal, accepting
the wager, and he intends to nae for the
money by law.
Two things indicate an obscure under?
standing-to be silent when we ought to
oonverse, and to speak when we should
"Sal," said one girl to another, "I'm
.co elad I hain't got no bean now. " "Why
so?" asked her companion. "Ob, I can
just eat aa many onions as I please."
STATS OF SODTH CAROLINA,
HEADQ'S NAT'II OOM. Lrn'n BEF'NS,
COLUMBIA, S, G., August 28, 1872.
All voters of this State, who are in
favor of the oleo ti on of Qreeley and
Brown to the Presidency and Vice-Pre?
sidency of the United States, and of tho
organization of a Liberal Republican
party, on the basis of the Cincinnati
platform, are respectfully and earnestly
requested, to take immediate stepB to or
1 ganizo the party, and to form Qreeley
and Brown Olubs in every voting pre?
cinct of this State. Let the young men
enter actively upon this work.
Secretaries of clubs will confer a favor
by sending to this ofiico notioes of their |
organizations and their locations, toge?
ther with a list of their officers, at as
early a day as practicable.
8. A. PEARCE, JR.,
Member Nat'l Oom. for State of 8. C.
HEADQUARTERS TR?B REPUBLICANS,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COLUMBIA, Sept. 3, 1872.
County Obairmen appointed at the
Oonvention of True Republicans recent?
ly held at the oity of Colombia, and pre?
sided over by ex-Gov. James L. Orr, are
hereby specially requested to report im?
mediately to these headquarters; also,
all others who may have suggestions to
make, or information to impart, in refe?
rence to the inauguration of CD honest
State administration. All communica?
tions should be addressed to James
Brennan, Columbia. 8. O.
G. G. BOWEN,
Chairman State Executive Committee.
JAMES BRENNAN, Seo'y aud Trea'r.
ROOMS or THE EXECUTIVE CouuiTrEE
OF THE THUE REPUBLICAN PABTX,
COLUMBIA, 8. G., Sept. 4,1872.
To the County Chairmen of the True Republi?
You are hereby requested to take the ncoeu
aary stops for the election of Delegates to
Conventions in your respective Counties, for
the purpose of nominating candidates for
members of the Genoral Assembly and County
officers-following, as far as practicable, the
rules whiob have heretofore governed the
Republican party. 0. C. BOWEN,
Ch'n Ex. Oom. True BepubPn Part; of S. C.
NOTICE is hereby given that I, 0. H. PET
TIN GILL, will not be responsible for any
debts contracted ia the name of tbe Arm of
Boyce A Co., composed of Wm. Henry Boyce
and myself, unless tho name of tbe firm be
signed by myself; and that tho partnership
heretofore existing under the firm name of
BOYOE A CO., by my act, is hereby dis?
solved. C. H. PETTINGILTJ.
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 4, 1872.
Sept 5_ Imo
COLUMBIA. 8. G., September 3, 1872.
THE Board of Equalization in now in ses?
sion, and wiU continue to meet daily dur?
ing thia week, at 12 M., at the ofllee of Audi?
tor of Richland County.
Sept 8 5_M. J. CALNAN. A. R. C.
Maillard'B Chocolate and Cocoa.
CHOCOLATE a la Vanille,
Chocolate De Saute,
Cocoa, pare, No. 1.
. Cocoa, pure, No. 2.
Those aro regarded SB the finest and purest
manufactured. I have the ageuey for their
salo, and will guarantee satisfaction to pur?
Bakers* COCOA and BROMA.
Sept 3_ GEO. 8YMMERS.
Novelties m Cigars,
IN addition to my specialty of the celebrated
"Live Indian," I have had manufactured
especially for retail a pure Havana and Seed ,
0?GAB, of exquisito flavor and quality, called 1
the "Royal George." They ara sure to
please, and the standard will be maintained.
Also, "Jenny Lind," "Byron," "PartagaB,"
"Oriental," "Casino," "Hidalgo," "Crown
Jewels," "El Dio," "Carolina," and many
other brands, comprising very low-priced
goods np to finest. Dealers and other* will
find it to their interest to inspect the stock.
Prioes low and oaah necessary to buy.
. P. CARROLL. CHARLES F. JA NS li Y .
CARROLL & J ANNE?,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
COLUMBIA, 8. 0.
Septl Offloe on Law Ra age._Imo
LeRoy F. Yo amana. Attorney at Law,
CO LU MB M, 8. 0.
OFFICE Law Bango, BauBkett'a building,
Yonmans & Sheppard,
Attorneys al Law, Edgeflela, 8. O.
LER. P. YOUMAN8. JNO 0. SHEPPARD.
Aug 27_ Gmo
A. AT Daly's Stable, eighteen superior
TOtefen Kentucky HARNESS AND SADDLE
JWW^UORBEH. PorsoDB wielling to pur
chase will do well to call and examine
thom, as they havo been selected especially
for tbiB market. JOHN N. LONG, Ag't.
Aug 17 R. GRAHAM & CO.
Special HM o tilo o?.
O? Marriage.-Happy relief for Young
Bien from the effects of Errors and Abuses io
early lite. Manhood restored. Impediments
to Murringo removed. Now method of treat?
ment. New and remarkable romediea. Books
and circulare sent free, in sealed onve'onea.
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2
South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
_ AnK ll_3mn
If you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated, have
frequent head-aohe, mouth tastes badly, poor
appetite and tongue coated, you are suffering
from Torpid Liver or "Biliousness," and no?
thing will cure you BO enoodily and perma?
nently as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Disco?
LOVELINESS ON THE I NC UKASE -A mirk sd
increase ot female loveliness is the eie-de
lighting result of the immense popularity
which HAGAN'S MAONOLIA BALM has obtained
among the ladies of America. Complexions
radiaut with snowy purity and tinged with
the roseate boo of health are commonly met
with whenever it is uaed. For the sallow and
unwholesome appearance of the face and
neok, which utterly oountorbalancea the ef?
fect of any personal attraction the owner may
possess, it substitutes that clear, pearl-like
complexion which is euoh a transcendant
oharm in woman, and renders tho roughest
akin as soft as Qenoa velvet. No ono is more
astonished than the peraon using it at the
marvelous transformation which it efforts in
these particulars. 8 4 i T3
THE ILLS THAT FLESH AILE Hxm TO arc
many, bat a remedy for them all is furnished
by nature. There ia no doubt that for ever]
diseate, there is an antidote in the vegetable
kingdom. The aborigines were tho victimi
of many and loathsome maladiea, yet the}
found in the wilds of their forests remediei
sure and powerfnl. Acting on this belief
DIL TUTT'S SARSAPARILLA AND QUEEN't
DELIGHT ia offered to the public, aa a moa
highly concentrated vegetable compound
possessing extraordinary power for the cnn
of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Scrofula, Ulcers
Swelling of the Glands, Eruptions of thi
Skin, FemalelDiseases, Liver Complaint, Se
condary Syphilis, the effects of Mercury. Ac
lt is a most powerful alterative and Bloot
purifyer, and at tho same timo ao harmlesi
that it may be used by all.
Watch out for Chills and Fever, and pre
pare the system for resisting its attack, b
using Dr. Tutt's LIVER PILLS.
Br. Tutt's Hair Bye makes the Old Loo
APLANTATION in 8umter County, know
as the Bradford Springs Place. It COE
tains 753 acres of laud, fifteen miles fron
Sumter C. H. and about the aamo distune
from Camden. For particulars and ternit
apply to Messrs. ULANDI NO A BICHARE
SON, Attorneys at Law, Sumter 0. H.
A Valuable Tract of Land For Sale.
THE subscriber offers for Bale his PLANTS
TION, near Abbeville Court House, pai
of it within the corporate limits of tho towt
It contains 350 acres of land, seventy-fivo <
which is good creek bottom. On it ie a con
fortable Dwelling House, Gin House, and a
necessary out-buildings; also, a Vineyard (
Scnppernong Grapes of seven acres, in fu
bearing, with a Stone House, Cellar, and a
appliances for making wino, and a fine collei
tlon of Fruit Trees. R. h. BOWIE,
Booti_Abbeville O. H., 8. G.
Valuable Real Estate for Sale.
IOFFISH, for sale my FARM, consisting i
about 128 acres, situated just outside, i
oity limits, on both sides of Charlotte Rii
road. The place contains a comfortab
Dwelling and fine Out-buildings, and for
Grain and Truck Farm cannot be surpasse
This property, from its nearness to the cit
and ns facilities for advancement and it
provemeut, is very desirable.
Aug 23 Imo_JAMES E. BLACK.
THE subscriber haa in hand, for sale,
large amount of valuable REAL ESTAT
consisting ot Plantations, Farms, Woodlan
Improved and unimproved CITY LOI
Especial attention ii called to that elega
and commodious residence known aa the I
more House. This residence is situated or
lot of ?ix acres, handsomely improved, iii
healthy location, and can be bought on ea
8everal eligible BUSINESS LOTS, on Ric
ardoon street. J. W. PA UK EH,
Real Estate Broker,
Aug ll Imo Columbia, S. C
To the Ladies.
ONE of the worst forms of discoloration
the skin, and of pimpled and erupt
faces. 1B caused by the use of CALOMEL a
BLUE MASS. Mercurial medicines aro si
posed to have a speoial action on the liv
the theory is erroneous. If calomel is gb
in repeated doses it produces salivation, s
in thia condition the liver ia badly damag
The liver is more torpid; tho skin must
some of tho liver's work, in excreting bile <
menta, and will be liable to pimples, blotch
emptions, dark spots, discolorations, tut
OIOB, sore mouth, sore throat, catarrhal afl
tiona, Ao. The only serviceable liver mt
cino ia HEINITBH'S LIVER PILLS. No
lome!. They regulate tho liver and pnrlfy
Selling Out Below Cost.
TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY.
Choice Family Flour.
KfW BARRELS STRICTLY PRIME,
UvJ Bale at reduced rates,
j August 10_HOPE A OYLE
I The Doctors Recommend Seegers'E
?N preference to London Porter and Set
Ale. Why? They knowlt lennadultori
Selling Out Below Cost.
/RENT'S WALKINO CANES, at all pr!
vJT from 50 cents upwards.
Dow for Sale.
TitmSSSh A GOOD MILKER, with a
.^SBEffl heifer CALF. Apply at Pun
/fl , jr office- Aug
MTHAT largo and commodious STi
now occupied by Messrs. Portor A St
Possession given the 1st of October
.'For terms, inquire of G. DIBROI
A whole family cured of biliousness
one box of Heinitsh's Blood and Liver 1
This is choap practice. How is lt? Why
pills arc good.
Mrs. 8. C. Goodwyn
WILL retiiime the exercises ot
her SCHOOL on MONDAY, Sep?
tember 10, on Assembly street.
DR. B. W. TAYLOR'S.
Sept 3 IC
Due West Female College.
SEND us your daughters. Thc
next session open? OCTOBER 7.
:Only thc very beet teachers aro
[employed. Boarding, including
Washing, Fuel and Tuition, ono
year, $184.50. Over 100 pupils aro
present annually. The President will bo at
the Nickerson House, Columbia, FRIDAY
NIGHT, tho 4th of October, aud will take
charge of pupils on the Greenville and Co?
lumbia Railroad SATURDAY, the 5th. Send
for a catalogue. J. I. BONNEE,
Sept 4 G_President.
RALEIGH, N. C.
REV. R. BURWELL, Principal.
S: J;aAif' [A-rnuw*.
THE first ANNUAL SE8SION of
^fffilLfr.thia institution will commence on
*wia?gg|MONDAY Sopternber 23, 1372.
Accomplished and experioncod
Teachers in all tho branches usual?
ly taught in first class female seminaries have
The Musical Department will bo under tho
direction of Prof. A. BAUMANN, who, during
the past ten years, has been associated with
the Principals ic the echool at Charlotte.
Mrs. il. R. LACY will bo connected with the
institution as Teacher of the English Brauches
and Superiutcndont of social and domestic
For circular containing full particulars as
to terms, course of studv, Ac, address
REV. R. BURWELL A SON,
Sept 5 ?G _ Raleigh, N. C^
PERSONS who left WATCHES in my caro
years ago to be repaired, will please call
tor the same, give description, state time
when left, pay charges and tako them away.
If not called for within ninety days from this
date, I will sell them to pay costs.
June 23mth G. DIERCKS.
Superb Winter Cabbage.
LARGE Mammoth Head CABBAGE,
Drumhead Savory CABBAGE,
Large late Flat Dutch CABBAGE,
Large late Winter Drumhead Green Glazed
Largo White Flat Dutch TURNIP,
Purple Top TURNIP,
Large Globe- several varieties,
For salo at low price, at
Aug 1 t_HEINITSH'S Drue Btoro._
A(\f \ OASES CANNED GOODS,
r*lJ\J 100 boxes CANDY,
50 boxeB BOAP,
200 barrels FLOUR,
100 barrels Whiskey,
100 dozen Axes,
200 dozen Pocket Knives,
100 dozen pairs Trace Chains,
100 dozen Door and Pad-Locks,
100 bundles Tios,
100 bales Bagging.
For sale to-day, at New York pricea an \ car?
riage, having been purchased mainly before
the late inflated prices.
L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
New Books ! New Books ! !
THE VICAR'S DAUGHTER. Bv George
McDonald. (1 50.
Tho Doctor's Daughter. By Sophie May,
"At the Back of the North 7/ind." By Geo.
Fitz Hugh St. Clair, tho South Carolina Re?
bel Boy. By Mra. Sallie F. Chapin. $1.50.
Lord Kilg?bbin. By Charles Lover. $1.
The Golden Linn of Grampere. By Antho?
ny Trolloppo. 75c.
Ethel Mildmay'e Follies. 75c.
"Ombra." By Mrs. Oliphant. 75c.
And other late publications, just received
aud tor Balo ut publishers prices, ut
U. L. BRYAN'S
Aug 30 Bookstore.
The 1ST. C. Election,
THAT excited PO much interest, having
boon decided, tho attention of the public
is called to tho great inducements
Offered by tho '-INDIAN GIRL." in closinjr
out a few brands of flue CICA KS, four for 25
cents-a price that allows no grounds for it
As to whero is the place to get the moat for
"Pancake," "Century," "May Flower" and
"Durham" aro specialties. Aug 10
NEW sngar-enred HAMS,
Smoked Beef, for sale low. HOPE A OYLES.
Flour! Flour!! .
OHO nBL8? NEW FLOUR, of all grades,
JU\)\f for salo at greatly reduced prices,
by JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Look Out for K. K.'B!
Maroh 28_ JOHN C. BEEPERS*.
_American Club Fish.
A DEL1CIOU8relish; botter
and much cheaper than Sardines. For salo
bv HOPE A GYLES.
Selling Oat Below Cost.
FINE JET BET-ranly 50 cents-at
North Carolina Hay.
BALES good N. O. HAY. for palo ow
by_HOPE A GYLES.
A CERTAIN CUUBKOR CHILI.H ANO FEVER- |
First take the Blood and Liver Pills, to work
off tho bile and pnrify tho blood; three or
four will ho sn flic i o nt. Then take a table?
spoonful of HEINITSH'S CHILL CURE. It
has been tried; we know it.
COLUMBIA, Ct. C.,
H. L. EMERY & SONS,
Propriotora of tho
ALBANY AGRICULTURAL WORKS,
ALBANY, N. Y.
SEE tho now (25th) edition of tho Annnal
Catalogue aud Prico ListB for 1S72 of the
Universal Cotton Oin and Condenser Attach?
ment, HOUACE L. EMERY'S PATEN TH.
Thia Oin will mako a greater out-turn, and
mn lighter at tho eauie time; will pick tho
Bced entirely and uniformly cluan, aud make
a greater yield of lint from the seed cotton,
hy twenty to thirty pounds for each bato
ginned; will mako a cleaner, brighter and
absolutely homogeueouu sample, thoroughly
motet! and free fruin oops, than any other gin
in nae. Will not clo r, bridge or break tho
roll, nor generate tire from any cauao when in
operation. Can be readily and efficiently ma?
naged by any ordinarily good hand on the
plantation. May bo instantly removed from
Elace to place, and used within or without
nildings, and without the IOSB of a fibre of
lint, and without the interruption ott either
process of ginning or packing, even if within
the Hame room or building, or inconvenience
to the hands in attendance.
Address as above to avoid delay a.
N. B.-Catalogues and Price LiBts Bent free,
on receipt of a postage etamp. Sept 2 C I
NOW ISTHE TIME ~~
Save Your Money 1
?pULL AND WINTER DRE8S GOODS will
be sold at great bargains beforo the season
C. P. JACKSON'S.
COAL! COAX.! !
THE undersigned have established a
In this city, which will bo kept regularly sup?
plied with the best qualities of
And FOUNDRY COAL, for sale at tho lowest
prices. A good article can bc supplied, deli?
vered in any part of the eily.
100 TONS GRATE COAL
Now on hand. LONG TON (2.210 Iba.) will
always he given.
Mr. W.H. RIVES is our Agent for sale of
Coal, and will give prompt attention to all or?
ders sent him, or dropped in Poet Office Box
No. 117, or left at Fisher A Silliman's Drag
Ans 20 Imo O. O. PARSLEY & CO.
riUS* FEET SOUSED,
CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER.
All fresh and for salo low for cash bv
JunolG_ _0_HOPE A OYLES.
1FORTY-SAW COTTON GIN, with CON?
DENSER, manufactured by Huraco L.
Emory, SH good as new, having been only
used a few weeks. Will be sold at a sacrifice,
by_ JOHN AGNEW A BON.
Initial and Monogram Frees.
E. R. STOKES
IS now prepared, with a Press and apper
taiumontu. to manufacture INITIAL PA?
PER and ENVELOPES to order, embossed
and in colors, of all sizes and quality.
Koopa constantly in storo a full stock ot
Fancy and Staple STA I ON ERY, BLANK
BOOKS, Fancy Articles and all (roods pertain?
ing to a first class Stationery House.
Selling Ont Below Oost.
Y ADIES' WRITING DEbKS, Jewel Cases
JLJ and Traveling Companions.
Ale! Ale! Ale!
i)K DOZ. CROTON ALE, very superior
50 doz. Mci- wen's Ale, very enperior quali?
ty. Just received and for salo hy
July 9_ _J0_HN AGNEW, A SONu
AND II Ol'S TC FUK.NI8I1INO STORE.
THE undersigned have re?
cently opened an entire new
stock or now goods in the
above line. Articles of all
.kinds for house keeping, Ac.
Citizens aro invited to call and examine goods
and prices. KINGSLAND A HEATH,
April 24 Under Columbia Hotel.
R. KINORI.AND. . J. A. HEATH.
TnE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Bish?
ops and othor Clergy ot tho Anglican
Church. Vol. I. $5.
Aunt Jane's Hero, by Author of Stepping
Hannah, a newNovrl, bv Miss Moloch. 50o.
Jan ?4 DUFFIE A CHAPMAN.
AFINE stock of tho celebrated Morris A
Lazarus PERFECTED SPECTACLES,
which I have been Bolling to tho public for
tho last four years.
ISAAC SULZBACHER, Sole Agent.
A CHANCE FOB ALL !
W. D. LOVE & CO.'S I
JN anticipation of removing in September
to our largo and commodions NEW STOKE,
I in the Wheeler Building, corner of Main and
Plain streets, wo will cloao ont our present
etock at unprecedented LOW PRICES.
Bargains in all classes of Goods.
W. D. LOVE A CO.
W. D. LOVE, )
B. B. MCCREERT. J_July 14
FOR CASH !
WORTH OF lau
CLOTHE Ai MTS!
AT (JOST AND TRANSPORTATION
To make room
For Our Pall Stock.
KIN ARD & WILEY,
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
EUX I, SEASON !
FRENCH CASS1HERE PANTS
Mado to order
For Twelve Dollars.
Twenty per cent, discount.
NO HUMBUG !
As we mark everything in plain figures.
At cost-or less.
At a sacrifice.
FINEST AND CHOICEST SHIRTS
In the market.
CALL AND SEE
R. _4 W, C. SWAFF1ELD.
Get the Best,
00 TO THE BEST PLACE.
rm? WE ol aim to have one of the finest
Uv stookeof WATCHES, of all best Eng
Jc.a?lisli. Swiss and Amdrtoan makers. With
Diamonds and other fine Jewelry, our stock
is large, and we are going to sell the Goods.
KEPA I HI NO and ENGRAVING, in al
brandies, by the best of workmen.
Nov 19_Formerly Glazo A Radcliffe.
Motz's Celebrated North Carolina
[HAVE a lot of tho above WHI8KEY on
hand, and having made arrangements to
tako all Whiskey manufactured by Motz, will
constantly keep it on hand. Can onfv be had
at W. J. BLACK'S,
March 31 Gmo_Charlotte. N. C.
BLOOD. BLOOD, BLOOD, LIVER, LIVXB,LIVER,
PILLS, PILLS, PILLS.-Put np in blood-red
wrappers. Sold only at Hein i toll's Family
Ribbons, Millinery and Straw Goods,
?J?oA i y
"White Goods, Embroideries, &c
ARMSTRONG, GATOR & CO.,
IMPORTERS, Mannfaotnrera and Jobbers
Bonn nt. Trimming, Neck and Sash RIB?
BONS, VELVET RIBBONS, NECK TIES,
Bonnet Silks, Satins, Velvets aud Crapes,
Flojera, Feathers, Ornaments, FramuB, Ac.
Straw Bonnets and Ladies and Children's
Bats, trimmed and untrimmed. And in con?
necting wardrooms WHITE QOODS, LI?
NENS, EMBROIDERIES. Lacea, Nets, Col?
lars, Huts, Handkerchiefs, Voding, Head Net?,
Nos. 237 and 239 Baltimore street, Bait., md.
These gooda are manufactured by us or
bought for cash directly from the European
and American manufacturers, embracing all
the latest novelties, unequalled in variety and
cheapness in any market. Orders filled with
care, promptness and despatch. An? 2512*
Greenville and Colombia Railroad Co.
The State, ex relatione the Attorney-General,.
?laintiff, vs. the Greenville and Columbia
ladread Company, defendant.
.Turnus H. Gibbes, James H. Pringle and others,
plaintiff*, ts. the Greenville aurl Columbia
Railroad Company and other?, defendants.
f|>UE undersigned having, by order of his
I Honor Samuol W. Melton. Circuit Judge
or the Fifth Circuit, dated June 18, 1372;
bern appointed lieferee on the above stated
oases, to ascertain anil report, among othes
thing?, the amount ot indebtsdneea of tho
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Company,
with authority by advertisement to require
all creditors to establish their respective de?
mands before him:
Notice ie hereby given to all and singular
tho creditors of the taid Greenville and Co?
lumbia Railroad Company, whether holdiLg
bonds of the first mortgage, bonds or certifi?
cates of indebtedness guaranteed by the
Btate, bonds or certificates of indebtedness
of the second mortgage, non-mortgage bonds,
or claims of any other cb?r%cter, to present
and establish their rei-; . .ve claims before-,
the undersigned, aa Re...ito, at his office hi.
Columbia, South Carolina, on or before the
first day of October next, at which tim? his.
report on such claims will be made up and
submitted to the Court in said cases. There
are no fees or costs attending registration.
JOHN 8. GREEN, Referee^
COLUMBIA, S. G., Tune 19,1872.
A Choice Xtist of Singing Books
For the i Coming Musical Beaton.
THE STANDARD! By L. O. Emerson, of
Boston, and H. R. Palmer, of Chicago.
Price $1.50; $13 50 per dozen. First editions
exhausted. Next edition already sold. This*
Church Music 'Book, the joint prodnot ol the.
beat talent of the East and Weat, will be used
immensely, both West and East. Good for
Chorus Ciasses. Good for Quartette Choira.
Good for Covventions. Good for Hociotioa
and Binging'Schools. Send, at least, for spe?
cimen copy, which will be mailed for the pre?
sent, post-paid, for $1 25.
[NOTE.-Jost published, Strauss' Now MAN?
HATTAN WALTZ, first played, with great
success, in New York. Price $1.]
Tl?e Roar cf singing! By Emerson and
Tilden. Price $1. Good, practical, interest?
ing High School Singing Book. Already
highly approved and widely used. Excellent,
also for Seminaries.
Sparkling Kable?! Sabbath School 8ong:
Book. Price 35 cents. None who try it caa
help liking it.
Pilgrim's Harp! For Social Meetings. 60
cents. Very convenient nizo. Moderate price.
250 tones. Well-selected music.
Gulden Robin! For Common Schools. 50
cents. An established favorite, which has a
0* Music and Muaio Books mailed, post
free, on rooeipt of retail prices.
OLIVER DITSON A CO., Boaton.
C. H. DIT80N A CO., New York.
Sept 4 wsT
The Public Library
SECOND GRAND GIFT CONCERT !
Day of the Drawing Fixed.
No I o stp one mc nt from September 28.
TO i HE PUBLIC i
T^o Trunteea of tho Public Library of Ken?
tucky, being satisfied, fruin the large sale of
tickets already made, and tho daily increas?
ing demand for thom, that there will be no
occasion for poetoouing ttie second drawing
in tho Gift Concert in aid of tho Public
Library of Kentucky, have instructed me, a?
their agonl and manager of the Gift Concert,
to Bay to tho public and ticket-holders that
the drawing will positively take place ou
September 2S, proximo, and will not bo post?
poned. An active demand for tickets comes
from every State and Territory of the United
States, and from the Canadas, giving assur?
ance to the Truatoea that no circumstances
can prevent i drawing at the appointed time.
A sufficient clerical force is eugaged to keep
np with the orders for tickets, and in order
that this offio? may.be relieved of the im?
mense pressure incident to the business for
the week or two immediately preceding the
drawing, agents especially, and those d?si?
rons of proonring tickets, are requested to
send in their orders immediately, as sale?
will have to bo closed in time to maka.tho
necessary preparations for the drawing. It
ia the wish of the management to fill every
order for a ticket, as well as to sell ail the
tickets, but those who apply first moot first
be supplied; and lt those who put off buying
until sales are closed have their money re?
turned, instead of the tickets ordered, aa in
the first Gift Concert in December last, when
thousands of dollars that came too lata were
sent back, they will have none to blame bat
themselves. TH08. E. BRAMLETTE,
Agent Publia Library, Kontuoky.
LOUISVILLE, KY., August, 1872. Aug 281?
Fresh Country Batter.
LBS. oholco COUNTRY BUTT?3V
for sale by HOPE A GYLE*.
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SOW,
Colon? de Boto, Vendue Bange, Charleston, 8.0,
Scotch, Fig and American Bar Iron,
KEEP constantly on hand a fal) supply of
In store, 100 tons EGLINTON PIG.
Nov 26 _ly
Oata and Corn.
Innn BUSHELS FEEDING OATS,
.UUU 700 bushel* White Corn, foe
sale low for cash. HOPS A GYLE8.