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BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
Publishers' Penalties.?The Post
Office Department has under consid?
eration a case where a Wheeling manu?
facturer of posl.ofQce supplies, who is
also the publisher of a postal journal,
sent copies of his paper advertising
his wares to, it is supposed, nearly all
the postmasters in the United States,
taking the publisher's oath required by
a reoent Act of OongroBB. In addition
to this, he enclosed a small circular,
two by four inches. Postmasters re?
ceiving the papers ure sending into
the Department the BSsuranco that
they aro not subscribers. The penalties
aro?first, letter postage, and fivu
dollars fine on each paper coutaining
a circular; Becond, a fine of fifty dol?
lars for each paper mailed to other thau
bona-fide subscribers; and third, fifty
dollars Quo for eaoh offonco iu swear?
ing falsely to tho list.
Daring tho storm, laBt Saturday, a
stroke of lightning shivered a troo
about forty feet high and eighteen
inches diameter, on Dr. W. E. Aiken's
place, near Winnsboro. The tree was
split into three pieces. One piece,
about ten feat tlung and one-tbird of
the main trunk, was thrown about
twenty-five feet and struck the roof of
a house, crushing six rafters and mak?
ing an immense hote. A limb also
fell on the other end of the roof,
breaking a part of the floor; the in?
mates of the honse were not. injured.
A mule about twenty yards off waB kill?
ed. Another large piece of timber
was thrown about thirty yards towards
the road. This won the most severe
stroke we have ever heard of.
[ Winnsboro News.
--? ? -
Austin, the ?oene of the negro riot,
wbioh seems to have been strangely
construed as the beginning of a war of
races in the South, is a little village on
the Mississippi ltiver, in Tunica
County, in the North-western portion
of the State of Mississippi, and in a re?
gion populous with oolored people.
R. & \Y. C. SWAFF1ELD
Aro now ottering
Extraordinary Inducements
cash: buyers.
BOYS' LINES SUITS, from 2J to 8 years,
at Two Dollars. a<iid othur Goods in
proportion.
STRAW HATS at cost.
Call and examine our style? and prices
before buying elsewhere, i
OUR CUSTOM DEPARTMENT
Is almost daily replenished.
FINK CUSTOM G IflMKNTS
Made to order in bent atyle. and at low!
rates.__?_Ang 14
La Creme d? la Creme, No. ?!, price M)
eta. Contains On tho Sei, barcarolle, by
Kuhe; Tho Rreak of Day, Reveiio, by Ar
diti; La Ballerina, Polka, by Lichncr;
when tbo Swallows Homeward Fly, by Oes
ton; Eapiegltries, Caprice, by Egguard? 5
piecee for 50 cts.
rr tt* * 13 l. a n r ? m c tie la
\J p~i Pj/V 1 Creme. No. 5, contains
the following mueic?-SO eta.: Mountain
Stream. Caprice, by 8. Smith; Count on
Me, Oafop. by JiiCobj ; Graziosa, Romanco,
by Thalborg; Dancing Leaves, Inet., by
Mattel; May Drdtzca, Hint., by Lange?5
pieces for 00 eta.
Ti|TTQ J" f\ Li? Creme de la Creme.
IVA U ?-lv^w" ?? cont.at.iB tbnfollow?
ing music?50 etc.: Chant da Rivouac,
Transcription, by Kettorer; Thine Own,
Moloiie, by Lauge; Lou Paequalo, Sore
nade, bv Thalborg; The Angel'* Dream,
Reverie." by Lange; Tho Wild Rose, Ro?
manco, by lit ug?fi pieces for 60 cts.
MAILEDVViVnmiy. Nof'su!
cautaine. tho following music?price 3? I
cents: Two Bongs by Hays, two by Danks, I
ono by Maywood, a Sacred Quartet by
Thomas, a Four-baud Pioco, a Quickstep,
an easy March and a beautiful Fantaaio,
by Kinkel. 10 pieces for 30 uonts.
POST-PAH) .2SSL3C
ty. No. 81. contains the following muaic?
price 30 eonta: Two new Songs by Haya,
one by Pratt, ono b.; Leslie, one by Stew?
art, a Trio for Feuialo Yoicoa, by Abt; a
Sacred Quartotte by Danka, two Polkas, a
pretty Waltz and a March. 11 pioces30ola.
ON RE0EIPT MATtKED PRICE.
Addroas J. L. PETERS, P..0; Rox 5120
5IK) Rroadway, Now York,
July 21 20 Opposite Metropolitan Hotel.
Food lor Infants.
riONDENRED SULK. Eagle Rrand. Pa
V./ pom.v, Phosphatte l*'ood, Noatlo's Mo?
ther'* Milk Substitute, Rormuda Arrow
Riot, Fnriiin, Rroma, Cocoa, Corn Starch,
always In nh, nt
Jnno 12 FJBISITSH'S DRUG STORE.
"Let o
CO
DES. TAYLOR & DARBY
HAVE associated themsolBe* as part
?era in the practica of MED 10INK.
Calls will roooivo attention at tbcir roai
donees and at their oflico in tho Central
National Bank building. Of?co hours 2 to
3 P. M.: 8 to 9 P. M.
DR. B. W. TAYLOR,
Ang 4 ||3t3?_DR. JOHN T. DAR1JY.
DENTISTRY.
BOOZER & WRIGHT,
Richardson street, opposite
Colnmhiii Hotel.
Dn. D. L. Boozeii, Du. O. V. S. Wriout.
Aug -1 lino
IMPllOVESD
GEORGIA COTTON PRESai
Patcntod March, 1870,
BY l'GNDLETO.V & BUAlinSlAN,
augusta, oa.
THE satisfaction this I'ltESB has given
in tho pabt. the groat improvement
made on it, and tho fact of its being from
forty to fifty dollarschoapcr than any other
good Press, Bhould induco planters and
n Llin.ru to Hnnd for one of our now Circulars
beforo purchasing. Wo also manufacture
Irons for Water Power Presses and Screw
Presses. Address
PENDLETON A BOAP.DMAN, '
Foundry and Machine Works, Kollock
Street, Augusta. Oa. July 2 w||4rno
CJTIIK till im>
No. 12 1.
TUE OLDEST 0L0TH1K0
HAT m STAND
IN tbo State, and now tho cheapest to get
good
READY-MADE CLOTHING
For Summer. A large line of DATS; some?
thing entirely new iu
STRAW HATS!
Wo still keep abreast of tho timoa iu
FURNISHING GOODS!
Gouts' Undershirts, Bilk, Lisle Thread
and Gauze, Linen and Jean Drawer*, Ties.
Bows, Socks,Collars, Scarfs, the celebrated
Star Bbirtajready-made and made to order;
fits guaranteed.* White Linon. Duck, Mar?
seilles Vests, in now styles. Black Alpaca
Frock and Sack Coats.
Wo are selling Goods at low prices for
cash. KIN ARD A WILEY.
July 23
FOR
30 DAYS,
AT
D. EPSTIN'S,
UND Eli COLUMBIA HOTEL.
I will commence on TCEBDAY. July
28, and continue for thirty day.i, a clotdog
out sale of the remainder of my stock of
seasonable and popular CLOTHING, FUR?
NISHING GOODS and HATS, at IMMENSE |
REDUCTIONS IN PRICES.
This is done to make room for Fall Stock. I
Those in search of unusual bargains will I
bo amply repaid by a visit to
D. EPSTIN'S,
Jnly 27 Under Columbia Hotel.
Landreth's Turnip Seed.
RUTA BAOA, Flat Dutch, Globo, Red
Top in at received at
L. T. hl KLIMAN A CO.'S
Jnly 18 DriiR store.
THE
PLACE to buv vour BEADY-MADE
OLOTniNG, HATS,GENTLEMEN'S FUR?
NISHING GOODS, etc., etc., is at the
CHEAPEST
And largest Clothing Store South of Rich?
mond.
Onr Stock is almost daily replenished
IN
All its departments with all tho latest
etvloa. We gniranteo to please the taste
of
Moat fastidious in even particular; war?
rant our Goods to bo as represented, and
will sell as cheap as any house in the
CITY.
Thoho in want of line Custom-made Gar?
ments should give us a call boforc going |
clsewhero.
B. & W, C, SWAFP1ELD.
Extracts.
ENGLISH French and American FX-1
TRACTS for tho Handkerchief, for
sale at L. T. SILL1MAN A CO.'S
July 7_ Drug Store.
Jast the SbHson for Turnips.
?See Heinilth'a Almanac.
I3LANT RUTA BAGA, Largo Amber
. Globo, Largo Whito Dutch, Largo
Wltlto Globo, Winter Flat Dutch, Rod Top,
Yellow Aberdeen, Improved Soven Top.
L'or sale, wholesale and rotail. at
Aug 1 i HEINITSn'S Drng Store.
Wanted?A fow moro ndvertise
mentR, to onnhlo uh to publish n paper
for the good of others ns woll an onr
solves.
LY
nr Just Censures
LUMBIA, S. C, SATURDA
HENRY WARD BEECHER
AS the principal actor in the groatcst
sensation ot tho day, and the "Indian
I Girl,.' aa tho leador of tho Cigar Trado of
I tho State, havo bcon thoroughly criticised
as to thoir merits, and tho result seems to
bo & warning to married mun to husbaud
moro eloaoly tho alT-jctiona ot their wives,
aud to Smokura in supplyiug their
WANTS TO HUSBAND MORE
Oloaely thoir fund*, by investing in tho
"Celebrated 5;. Cigara," Instead ul inferior
gooda at lilghor rales, and to remumber
tbp.t. us no one cau boaat of more
WIVES THAN BRIGHAEfl. YOUNG.
So no cig.ir utoro can boaat ol' aa good
Cigars and Tobacco for tho price as the
INDIAN GIttL ClGAlt ST?HE,
AilR 11 Columbia. S. C.
Ice! Ice! Ice!
IAM now prepared to supply nil ordora
for tho above article. Tbo Ice maun
laetured at my eatabliahmont la made
from pure Spring Water, frozen nt a tem?
perature of thirty degrees below freezing
point Fahrenheit, aud can bo shipped a
[ Ion? diat-itico without much losa. Price
f 1 25 per 10(1 ponude, and good weight, gua?
ranteed. A'o Ice shipped unless the money
accompanies the order.
July 20 _J. O. BEEPERS.
Roanoke College,
SAMOI, VIRGINIA.
TWENTY-SECOND SESSION,
^1874-75, begins September 2
jaud closes Juno It; Course of
Study as high a? that of any
College in Virginia. Eitorary
Societies of first rank. Extonaivo Libra?
ries. Reading Room, Cabinet and Labora?
tory. Location unaurpaaaed in Amoiica.
The abundance of the Roanoko Valley rcn
doro the expeuacs very modsrato. For aoa
sion nt ton montba, (including board, tui?
tion, fuel, lighta, washing, Ac.,) about $200.
Studenta Trom seventeen States aud Terri?
torien, including South Carolina.
W For oat&loguca and further informa?
tion, addreee
REV. D. F. BITTLE, D. D., Proaidoiit.
A u g a_tlnio
MountZion Institute,
. Winnsloro, S. C.
THE aecoud seaaion for the
year 1874 will begin on tbo first
^MONDAY in August.
For particulars, address
R. H. OLARKSON,
July 20fl3 Principal.
Select School for Girls.
Blandina Street, Columbia, ?>'. C.
Jonducted by the Misses Martin.
FALL TERM for 1874 will be
? gin en tho llrat day of October.
EGlasSc* formed in LATIN,GER
At A N and FRENCH.
MUSIC under charge ol' Prof.
PLa iE; Modern Lauguageu, ji. i?k ;(EHE?
MANN; Mathcmatica, Rev. C. R. H&MP
I11LL; Drawing and Painting.-;
Fancy Work, Mrs. M. E. RRADY.
For terms, Ac, apjily at 143 Rlanding
atreet, or thruugh the Columbia Poat
Oflico. August 5 wl
Official Order, No. I.
IWANT all Smokers to know that there
aro atill plenty moro of the colobrated
5 ceut PART AGAS on hand. I guarantee
that thoy contain more and a bettor quality
of Tobacco tban any other 5 cont Cigar
aold in tbia city.
Special Order, No. 2.
All Smokora of Pressed Cigara will plea?o
take notice that they uan get a hunch con?
taining 25 Cigara tor (1, and all other
popular brands at equally low prices, at the
CALIFOUNIA OIGAR STORE,
(Sign of the Indian Chief,)
3d Door Relow WkeoWr Houao.
Juno G
Seegero' vs.Cincinnati Beer.
TOE Cincinnati Gazette makes tbo aato
nishing announcement that Cincinnati
boor is ne longer pure, but adulterated with
molasses, sugar of alarch, fusel oii and tbo
poisonona Colchicum. Tho Oommieaioner
of Agricnlturo, in his report for lHC5.aayi
that Prof. MapoH, of New York, analyzed
tho hoer from a dozen different breweries,
and found all ol it adulterated. Coooulue
Indiens and nnx vomica entered largely j
into ita composition.
J. C. SKEGEltS guarantees Ida beer tobe
pure and reliable, lie doea not adulterate
it, but brews iron) the beat barley, malt
and hops._ Jan 23
GONGAREE IRON WORKS, |
COLUMBIA, S. C.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor.
MANUFACTU?
RER Of STEAM
ENGINES, SAW
AND GRIST
'MILLS. GIN
'Gearing, and all
kind* of Iron
Caalings for Ma?
chinery and or?
namental Cast*
iuga for Stores
and Dwelling*, Pa1 on I Railings for Gardena
and Cornel erb ?*. Iron Settee* and Arbor
Chair*; al*o. ?raes Oa*ltngs ol ?II kinds.
Rolls for Churches, Schools, Work-shops,
.to. Guarantee all my work first c!<uaa:id
equal loanv North or South.
Worka at foot ol Lady street end ntnir to
South Carolina and Greenville A Columbia
Railroad Companies' Depots. N?v IS
Hay and Straw Cutters
RAW-HIDE ROLLER STRAW CUT?
TERS.
Self-sharpening straw Cutters.
American Lever Straw Cutter*.
Champion Hay and Straw Cutters.
Rurdick's National Hay and Straw Cut?
ters, compriaing tbo beat aaaorlmc nt in
the city, and for sale at low price* by
June 21 JOHN AGNEW X SON.
Home Stomach Bitters.
THESE colobrated RITTERS, prepared
by Jas. A. Tackaon A Co., of St. Louis,
aro a certain preventative of
FEVER AND AGUE. INTERMITTENT^,
DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION.
And aro highly recommended a* an excel?
lent tonlo and Invlgoralor of the system.
For sale by tho wliolflsaloagonts,
June PJ JOHN AG NEW A SON
Old typo metal?superior to Babbitt
for Rome purposes?can bu obtained at
Pjkesix office at low Qgnres?25 cents
a pound for fifty pounds or less; 20
cents for larger quantities.
Attend the Tru<
Y MORNING-, AUGUST 15,
State South Carolina, Barnwell Co.
By the Board of County Commitsloners of
said County.
BY virtue- of .in Act of the Ocoeral Aa
aenihly of said Stato, ratified on tho
12ob day or February, A. I). 1873. and of a
resolution of tho Baid Board of County
[ Commissioners, adopted on tho 15th day
f June, A. 1>. 187-i, iiio undersigned will
ell, at public auction,in tho town of Barn
well, the Countv seat of said County,on
MONDAY, the 7th day of September next,
it being sale-day, tho COURT HOUSE
BUILDING AND LOT, in the town of
Blackvills, with all its privileges and ap?
purtenances, to tho highest bidder for
caah, and will make titles to tho purchaser
at said sale.
DEScnumoN or the Builpino.?A large,
now aud llnely constructed brick building,
two stories high, fronting tho South Caro?
lina lttilroad, and one hundred yards, more
or leas, distant therofrom; said building
being forty feet wido by sixty feet long,
containing six snacious rooms on the first
lloor, and a capacious court hall, and two
small rooms en the second lloor, all plaster?
ed and nicely finished, with four lire-places
in tlie hall and ouo iu each room of the
building, with a paasago-way nine feet
wido ruuniug through tho entire length of
the building on tho ground lloor; Baid
building being roofed with tin, fitted up
with inantol-pieces, Venetian blinds, win?
dow sash, and iu every way commodious
and convenient.
The lot of land belonging to tho County,
upon which said Court Houbo building is
situated, contains two acres, moro or lees.
J. ALLEN TOB1N,
Chairman.
ITEBCULES McOUEARY,
I1ENBY COEER.
County Commissioners Barnwell Countv.
~>Inno2C _ 19
New Books at Bryan's.
ffUIE GREAT ICE AGE and its Be'ation
_a_ to tho Antiquity of Man?by James
Gcike, F. B. S. $2 550.
WilkoH, Sheridan, Fox, (of time of George
III.) $2 00.
Sumner, (Professor,) on American Cur?
rency. $3.1)0.
Doctrine of Evolution?by Winchell. 11.00
Vernes' Meridian or Adventures in South
Africa.
Vernes'from the Earth to tho Moon and
Around It. $1.00.
?Sun Views of the Earth or the Seasons,
illustrated?by Proctor, F. B. S. $2 50.
Vernes' Journey to the Centre of tho
Earth. 75 cents.
Also, a supply of now NOVELS, by Eng?
lish and German authors., cheap.
Jewelry! Jewelry! Jewelry!
WM. GLAZE,
AT Iks new store, Main street, nearly op?
posite the Central National Rank, has
largeaud bcautilul stock of fine WATCHES
stem and key winders, from beBt European
and American manufacturers, and of his
own importation, in gold and silver caaes.
Elegant JEWELRY! An unrivaled aaeort
meut jnet received and all tho latest styles.
Sterling SILVER*WARE, in sets and cases,
Bridal Presents, and a very fine selection of
Platcd-Waro, Gold Watch and NeckChaiue,
Lockets, eleqant Seal, Wedding and En?
gagement Rings, largo stock of Spectacles
and Eye-Glasses, Clocks, Musical Boxes,
and a great variety of Fancy Articles. My
stock is the largest and best selected iu the
Southern country and will bo sold as cheap
as same article can bo bought anywhere.
Oct24
Excursion Tickets to Ntw Yoik.
*y 3.11.30.-50
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD CO.,
Coi.i'm in a, S. C, June 30. 1871
ROUND TRIP TICKETS to New York
aud return, via Charleston and Steam?
ship, at REDUOED RATES, will be on
sale on and after 1st July. Stearatrs sail
on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
S. R. PICKENS,
July 1 General Ticket Agent.
Excursion Season of 1874 via Atlan?
tic Coast and Midland Lines.
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA AND AU
OUSTA, .WO WILMINGTON, COLUM?
BIA AND AUGUSTA RAILROADS.
Columbia, s. c , ithty 2<:, 1874
ROUND TRIP TICKETS to* all promi?
nent Virginia Springs aud Western
North Carolina Excursion Points, good
until November 1,1874, will he on sale at
tho Company's Ticket Office in this city,
both via Charlotte and Did Wilmington, on
and after Jure 1, 1874,
Tickets to New Yoi k, Philadelphia, Rai
timbre, via Bay Lisi:, at reduced rate.-, also
on sale. A. POPE,
June 7 Om< ral Passi nger Agent.
MILLINERY.
A FULL line of lab si styles;!
also, Ladies' and Children's I
SUITS. Mr*. Moody's cel.- ]
I.rate.I CORSETS, ? itli other i
styles; USDER-WEAR in
great variety; ILM it of all
description, and Bazaar Pat?
tern's, which will he hold very
low. Please cull and s< e lor
\ ourselves, at
Juno 2 ?mos _ Mlts c E. REED'S.
I-WVVKKs' OP'i-'ICK.s: I
IVril'IC ANtfr: OFFICE* !
BOOMS KOK KAM IM K.St i
S1N?I.K UKD-UOOMSI
t'? i.kt in the sew
Central National Bank Building.
I* KICKS TO St'IT THE TIM KS. j
Bed-Rooms from t3 per month upwaids;
Family Rooms from per month upwards; j
Lawyers'Offices from $Cpr mouth upwards,
WATER, OAS, WATER and WOOD CLO
SETS and other modern improvements in-j
bide building. .Vo back rooms, all fronting i
on the street. Good ventilation. A Janitor
iu charge ol building. Apply la Cenlial
Rank, or to Messrs. SEIB1 LS A- KZELL,
April 2
Notice to Chewcia of Good Tobacco.
UAMlOIINl UALIIUUNI ( Vl.llOt \:
A FRESH supply of the celebrated CAL
j\. HOUN CHEWING TOBACCO, jmd re?
ceive 1 and f >r naif- at
Jnlv 1? JOHN 0. SEEOEUS'.
) Event.
1874. VC
^????
POSTPONEMENT.
FIFTH AND LAST CONCERT
in aid of the
Public Library of Kentucky.
DAY FIXED
and a
FULL DRA WING ASSURED
on
MONDAY, 30ITI NOVEMBER, 1874.
LAST CHANCE
for
AN EASY FORTUNE.
A postponement of the Fifth Concert ot
the Public Library of Kentucky has been
ho generally anticipated, and is no mani?
festly for the iutcroBt of all concerned, that
it m?nt meet tho approval of all. The day
its now absolutely lixed, and there will be bo
variation from the programmo sow an?
nounced. A auflicient number of TickotB
bad boon Hold to havo enabled ua to have
had a largo drawing op tho 31st -July, bat a
ahort postponement was considered prefer
:.blo to a partial drawing. Let it be borne
in mind that
THE FIFTH GIFT CONCERT
IS THE LAST WniCH WILL EVER EE
MVEN UNDER TUTS CHARIER AND RY
THE TRESENT MANAGEMENT.
That it will positively and unequivocally
take place, aB annonncod, on
MONDAY, 3Uth NOVEMBER.
That tho Musio will be the beet the conntry
affords, and that
20,000 CASH GIFTS,
aooreoatino
$2,500,000,
Will bo distributed by lot among the ticket
holders.
1.1 ST OF GIFTS.
One Grand Cash Gift, - - $250,000
Ono Grand Casli Gift, - - 100,000
One Grand Cash Gilt, - ? 75,000
One Graud Cash Gilt, - 50,000
One Grand Cash Gift, - - - 25,000
5 C&eh Gifts, S20.C00 each, ? 100,000
10 Cash Gifts, 14.000 each, - 140,000
15 Cash Gifts, 10,000 each, ? 150.000
20Cashaifta, 5,000 each, - 100,000
25 Cash GiftB, 4,000 each, - 100.000
30 Caah Gilts, 3.000 each, - 90.000
50 Cash Gitta, 2.01)0 each, ? 100,000
100 Cash Gifta, 1,000 each, - 100.000
240 Cash Gifta, 500 each, - 120,000
500 Cash Gifts, 100 each, - 50,000
10,000 Caah Gifta, 50 each, ? 950,000
Grand Total 20,000 Gifta, all cash,$2,500.0CO
Piuck of Tickets.?Whole Tickets, ?50;
Halves, ?25;Tenths, or oaoh Coupon, $5;
11 Whole Tickets tor $500; 22 .I Tickets for
$1 000.
Persona wishing to invest should ordor
promptly, either of the Home Olllco or our
local Agents.
Liberal coinmiabioua will be allowed to
satiafactory agents.
Circulars containing full particulars fur?
nished on auplicatiou.
THO. E. ERAMLETTE,
Agent and Manager,
Public Library Building, Loniaville, Ky.
Aug 8 emllmo
SECOND AND LAST
EMI GIFT CHERT
in aid of the
HA? RELIEF ASSOCIATION
OF NORFOLK. VA ,
THURSDAY, SEPT. 3, 1874,1
This enterprise ia conducted by the Ma?
sonic Relief Association, of Noufolk,
Va., under authority of the Virginia Legis?
lature?Act passed March 8,1873? for the
purpose of raising funds to complete the I
Maaouic Temple now in course of erection j
in Norfolk.
50,000 Tickets?0,000 Cash Gifts. I
$250,000 !!
TO BE GIVEN AWAY!
A SEW FEATURE, TO WIT: A Gift is j
GnarantvefX to One of Eoery Ten
Consecutive Numbers.
LIST Ob GIFTS.
One Grand Casli Gift of. $30,000
One Grand Cash Gift of. 25,000
One Ciand Caah Ciift of. 20,000
One Grand Cash Gift of. 10,000
One Grand Caah Gift or. 5,000
(lue Grand Caali Gift of. 2.500
One Grand Cash (lift of. 2 000
15 Cash Gitta of 1,000 uach . 15.000
28 Cash Gifts of 500each. 14,000
I I Cash Gifts or 210 each. 10,7*0
7!) t.'a-li Gift* lit 150 each. ll,8.r>0
250 Cash Gifts ol lOiieaoh. 25,b00
578 Cash Gifts of f,i)each. 28.9U0
5,030 Cash Gitta o| Hi each. 50,000
11,000 l'n?li GtriK, ngcjrrirfillitg 8<"?0.000
Whole Tickets. $11?; lialf Ticketa, $5;
Quarter Tick et a, 12 ?lt; 11 Wholo Ticket? or
22 Hull Ticket? for $100. No iliac tint on
less amount.
,VO INDIVIDUAL BENEFITS.
This Concert ia strictly fur MaSOMi:
purposes, and will be conducted with the
same liberality, honesty aud fairness which
characterized the Hist enterprise.
JOHN L. ROPER, President.
For Tickets and Circulars giving full in
loi matioti. addreas
HENRY V. MOORE, Sccretarv
Masonic Relief Association Norfolk, Va
June 30 120
MONEY TO LOAN,
On Marketable Collaterals
17XCHANGE on New York, Rakimore,
?2J Philadelphia, Boatou and uil promi?
nent cities of the United States and Eu
iope honght ntiil hold.
DEPOSITS received and interest-bearing
certificates i?aucd. I
STOCKS, 15 iNDS, GOLD and SILVER
bought and sold.
ACCOUNTS or i'.cr. hRi.tx and others;
from the cltv and eonnlry solicited, and]
LIRElt \:. I,INES (JE DISCOUNTBgrantcd
b\ ibo CENTRAL NATIONAL RANK.
Corner of Plain and Richardson streets.
Prime Mixed Corn.
K f\f \ RUSHE1 Sjust received and for
0\ r\J Hftlo low lor cash by
JAOOE LEVIN,
Auk 0 2 Auc and Corn. Merchant.
ILUME X?NUMBER ljs^
Spartanburgand Asbeville Railroad.
Nature's Highway Across Ute Mountain?!
LianT Grades, Easy C?bves, No Tunneling
LET IT IIB BUIL.T SPEEDILY!
A link in the Air-Lino Road between the
cities of Cincinnati, Lsuiaville, St. Loais,.
Chicago and Charleston, seventy-four
miles long, with less than twenty miles of
heavy work.
Shorter than any lino from New York,
Philadelphia and Baltimore to either oi
these cities, and many hundred miles
nearer to those centres of Western trade
than any existing line to Charleston.
The noad that promises to make Charles?
ton tho market for the trado of tho groat
North-west, tho West Indies, South Ame?
rica and Enropo; also, an important emi?
grant station.
ECONOMICAL IN CONSTRUCTION,
SAFE IN MAN A1 ? I >.ENT AND
PROFITABLE IN RESULTS'.
An important enterprise Tor the develop?
ment of South Carolina.
Shares Fifty Dollars each, payable in ten
installments.
Every citizen of thhj State should own at
least one Share.
Charleston, with her magnificent Har?
bor and genial climate; her immense unde?
veloped back country, containing a fertile
Boil, fine pasture grounds and inexhausti?
ble water power; her continuity to- the
West Indies and South America, and her
unparalleled European ocean course, is
destined, upon the completion of this Im?
portant Trunk Like, to emerge from her
proBi.-a ad condition and become what
nature hag intended she should be?the
Great Commercial Metropolis of the
Southern Section of the United States.
LIMIT OF STOCKHOLDERS'LIABILITY.
The following clause in the charter is
published for the information of sub?
scribers:
Sec. 4. "That no Stockholder of said
Company shall be held liable for the debts,
contracts or acts of e*id corporation,
beyond tho amounts actually subeoribed lo
the Capital Stock of said Company by each
Stockholder."
DIRECTORS:
Qeo. W. Williams, Gadriei. Cannon,
B. BoLLMANN, John H. EyISS,
Alva Qaoe, T. B. Jeteb,
Theo. D. Jervky, D. R. Dlncan,
Theo. G. Babkeb, James E. Black,
John S. Fairly, John 8. Wiley.
Principal Office and Addreaa, 25 Broad
street, Charleston, S. 0.
0. Q. MEMMINOER, President.
A. 0. KAUFMAN, Secretary and Treas.
July 9_3mo
TIM H WORKS
?.4 ?TORING COMPANY
or
CHARLESTON, S. G.
WORKS and general office. EAST BAT
AND PRITCHABD STREETS; Trea?
surer's office, at CAROLINA SAVINGS
BANK. Church, near Hajne street; P. 0?
Box 529.
directob8.
G. W. WILLIAMS, F. J. PELZER.
J. C. MALLONEE, D. 0. EBA?GB.
0. A. CHI8 >LM, A. A. GOLDSMITH.
officers.
JOHN F- TAYLOR, Pretident.
FRED BROTHERHOOD, Superintendent.
W. H. PRIOLEAC, Secretary.
W. E. BRAESE, Treasurer, at Carolina
Savings B?nfc.
H. BUIST,' Solioitor.
FORGINGS ?ND CASTINGS
of every description.
House Fronts, Engines, Boilers, &c.
Marine, Stationary and Portabio STEAM
ENGINES. Boilers. Tanks.
Hoi?tiug Engines, Saw Millo.
Rico Threshers and Mills of every de?
scription
Shaftings, Pullevs and GoariDgs.
IRON FRONTS for Buildings.
CASTINGS of every kind in Iron or
Brass.
Forging.-* of all descriptioua
Phosphate Washers.
Phosphate and Ore Crushers.
STEAM FITTINGS, Wrought Iron Pipe,
Sheet Rubber aud Gaskets, Water and
steam Ganges, Belting, Packing, Ao.
MANl'factcrebs of
TAYLOR'S
Patent Direct Atting
Steam & Hydraulic Presses.
also manufacturers of
SAMUEL J. CHAPMAN'S
PATENT TIIAP STKAINEU,
For Bilge Pomps, Bilge Injections, io.
May 23 atu6mo_
THRESHING MACHINEB,
HORSE POWERS
Engines, Reapers,
Mowers, Fans,
Grain Cradles,
SEASONABLE LABOR-BAVING MA?
CHINERY GENERALLY. ForBBleby
L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
??-Order early so as to givo amplo tinif
and avoid disappointment. _
Aperients,
C10NGRESS WATER,
J Tarrant's Seltzer,
Citrate Maguosia,
Seidlitz Powders. For salo at
L. T. BILL1MAN & CO.'S
July 7 ^rng Stors,

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