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BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
Errors having occurred, we reprint
the report of City Treasurer for mouth
of July, 1874, which was read und re?
ferred to Ways and Meutfs Committee:
Walter R. Jones, City Treasurer, in
account with City of Columbia.
Dr.?To balance from June.
1874..8 1,131 92
Bills payable, notes to sun?
dry persons.23.171 25
Taxes from sundry persons:
Real estate.$1,102 58
Personalty. 377 81
Streets. 21 00
Pleasure carriages 10 00
Water collections 115 28
Speoial interest.. 1.1C2 35
Penalties. 218 72-53,310 77
Licenses from sundry persons:
Business, (general
merohandise,) $3,719 05
Tavern. 1,579 10
Quart. 500 00
Speoial. 16 00
WagonB and badges 13 50-85,887 C5
Dog collars.3 10 00
Market collections. 11 05
$33,889 0l|
Cr.?By Alms Houbo to sun?
dry persons.$ G59 691
Hospital. 351 80
Indigent poor;. 1,628 60
Street Department. 3,638 36
Police Department. 1,376 39
Guard Houbo. 391 03
New gas-lights. 1,619 60
Water Works Department.. 2,023 82
Bills payable. 6,503 75
Interest account. 369 90
Water contract. 300 00
Contingent Fund. 167 50
Market. 15 70
Bell Tower. 12 50
Salaries. 1,017 86
Fire Department. 617 90
City Park. 25 80
City Money redeemed. 1,093 66
Mutilated Currency dest'yed 5 10
New Alms House and Hos?
pital . 188 45
Construction Fund. 6,000 00
Coupons redeemed. 1,179 75
Cash balance. 1,398 88
$33,889 01
W. R. JONES, City Treasurer.
R. & W. C. SWAFF1BLD
Are now offering
Extraordinary Inducements
CASH BUYERS.
BOYS' LINKS SUITS, from 2i to 8 years,
at Two Dollarn, and other Goods in
proportion.
STRAW HATS at coat.
Call and examine- our styles and prices
before buying elsewhere.
OUR CUSTOM DEPARTMENT
Is almost daily replenished.
PINK CUSTOM GAUM KIN TS
Made to order in best style aud at low
ratea._ Ahr 14
House to Rent.
THE HOUSE and FOUR ACRE
LOT of Mrs. E. J. Arthur. Good gar
?den and excellent well of water. Pos?
session given immodiatelv. Apply to WM.
MARTIN or E R. ARTHUR. ' July 4
B HENRY WARD BEECHER
AB tho principal actor in the greatest
sensation of the day, and the "Indian
Girl,.'as .ho leader of the Cigar Trade of
the State, havo been thoroughly criticised
as to their morits, and tho result seems to
be a warning to married mun to husband
more closely the uftcctions of their wives,
and to Smokors in supplying their
WANTS TO HUSBAND MORE
Closely their fanda, bv invo.tting in tho
"Celebrated 5i. Cigars,'' instead of inforior
goods at higher ratos, and to remember
that as no one can boast of moro
WIVES THAN BRIQHAM YOUNG,
So no cigar store oau boast of aa good
Cigars and Tobacco for tho price as tho
INDIAN GIRL CIGAR STORE,
Aug 11 Columbia, 8. C.
New Books at Bryan's.
THE GREAT ICE AGE and its Relation
to tho Autiquitv of Man?by Jarnos
Goiko, F. R. S. $2 50.
Wilson, Sheridan, Fox, (ol tiinoof George
III.) 12 00.
Sumner, (Professor,) on Amcricau Cur?
rency, ta.oo.
Doctrine of Evolution?by Winchcll. $1.00
Yornoa' Meridian or Ad ventures in South
Africa.
? Vernes' from tho Earth to tho Moon and
Around It. 11.00.
Sun Viows of tho Earth or tho SeaBons,
illustrated?by Procior, F. R. S, $2 50.
Vernoa' Jonrnoy to tho Centro or tho
Earth. 71? cents.
Also, r. supply nf now NOVEL8, by Eng?
lish and German authors, cheap.
"Let 01
C(
BXTHA IinlM
FOR
30 DAYS,
AT
D. EPSTIN'S,
UNDER COLUMBIA HOTEL.
I will conimgnco on TUESDAY, July
23, and continuo for thirty day.i, a closing
ont uale of tbo remainder of my stock of
BoaBonablo and popular CLOTHING, FUR?
NISHING GOODS and HATS, at IMMENSE
REDUCTIONS IN PRICES.
This is dono to make room for Fall Stock.
Those in search of unusnal bargains will
bo amply repaid by a visit to
D. EPSTIN'S,
July 27_Under Colombia Hotel.
11? Mi HITS'
No. 124.
THE OLDEST CLOTHING
amd
HAT jg STAND
IN the State, and now the cheapest to get
good
READY-MADE CLOTHING
For Summer. A largo lino of HATS; bodio
thing entirely new in
STRAW HATS!
Wo still keep abroaat of the times in
FURNISHING GOODS!
Goats' Undershirts, Silk, Lisle Tbroad
and Ganze, Linen and Jean Drawers, Tien,
Bows, Books, Collars,Scarfa, the celebrated
Star Shirts, roady-mado and made to order;
lit8 guaranteed. Wldte Liuon. Duck, Mar?
seilles Tests, in now etyled. Black Alpaca
Frock and Sack Coats.
We are soiling Goods at low prices for
caah. KINARD A WILEY.
, Jnlv23_
TAYLOR IM WORKS
I HANEFACTIRING COMPANY
of
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WORKS and general oflico, EAST BAY
AND l'RITCH ARD STREETS; Trea?
surer's ofllce, at CAROLINA SAVINGS
BANK. Church, near Hajue street; P. O.
Bos 529.
directors.
G. W. WILLIAMS, F. J. PELZF.lt,
J. C. MALLONEE, D. C. EBAUOI1.
C. A.CQISJLM, A. A.GOLDSMITH,
officers.
JOHN F. TAYLOR, Protidcnt.
FRED. BROTHERHOOD, Superintendent.
W. H. PRIOLEAU, Secretary.
W. E. BRAESE, Troasuier, at Carolina
Savings Bank.
H. BUIST, Solicitor.
FORGINGS AND CASTINGS
of every description.
House Fronts, Engines, Boilers, &c.
Marine, Stationary and Portable STEAM
ENGINES, Boilers, Tanks.
Hoiatiug Engines. Saw Milk;.
Rico Threshers and Mills of every de?
scription.
Shaftings,Pulleys and Gearings.
IRON FRONTS f;>r Building?.
CASTINGS of every kind in Iron or
Brass.
Forgingsof all descriptions.
Phosphate Washers.
Phosphate and Ore Crushers.
STEAM FITTINGS, Wrought Iron Pipe.
Sheet Rubber and Gaskets. Water and
8team Gauges, Belting, Packing, Ac.
manufacturers of
TA7LOR'S
Patent Direct Acting
Steam & Hydraulic Presses.
also manufacturers of
8AMUEL J. CHAPMAN'S
PATKST Tit AP 8TKA1NER,
For Bilge rnmpa, Bil^e Injections, Ac.
May 23 atuCmn _
Official Order, No. 1.
IWANT all Smokers to know that thoro
are still plenty more of the celebrated
5 cent PARTAGAS on hand. I guarantee
that they contain more and a hotter quality
of Tobacco than any othor 5 cent Cigar
sold in this city.
Special Order, No. 2.
All Smokers of Pressed Cigars will please
take notice that they call got a bunch con?
taining 25 Cigars lor II, and all othor
popular brands at equally low prices, at tbo
CALIFORNIA CIOAR STORE,
iSIrii of the Indian Chief,)
3d Door Below Whoolsr House.
June 6
Just the Season for Turnips.
See JleUiilsh'i Almanac.
I3LANT ?UTA BAG A, Largo Amber
. Globe. Largo White Dutch, Largo
Whito Olobo, Winter Flat Dutch, Rod Top,
Yellow Aberdeen, Improved Seven Top.
For salo, wholosalo and retail, at
Aug 1 i _ HEINITBH'S Prog Sloro.
Catawba Wine.
PURE ' Kelley Ialand CATAWBA, on
hand and for sale low by
July 2 JOHN AGNEW A SON.
LT
ir Just Censures
)LUMBIA, S. C, TUESDAj
LIST OF PREMIUMS
Offered by Stale Agricultural and Mecha
nical Society and A uxiliary Joint Stock
Association, at Fair to be held in Co?
lumbia, S. C., beginning Tuesday, No?
vember 10, 1874, and closing Volk.
FIELD oltOl' Uti'AlcTJIKST.
For Iho cheapest crop of cotton, grown
on ti farm of not loja than leu baud* $50
For the cheapest crop from afarmot
not leaa than live httnrla. '2~>
For the cheapest pound of cotton,
grown on any ttirm or plantation in
South Carolina. 5
Tho largest crop of corn, not luas than
twenty bushels per acre, grown upon
ten aorea or more; of restored uplaiol 23
Largest, crop upon ouo acre, same re?
quisitions,. 10
Samu prciuiuuis upon restored or re?
claimed lowland.
Best experiment in cotton, (set forth in
an essay.) proving the comparative
merits of tho South Carolina made
fertilizers, tho coat and quantity of
oach fertilizer used per acre; tho
modo of application, preparation and
tillago. and original quality of tho
soil, and all snob details ?? will prove
tho true value of each fertilizer; not
less than two varieties of fertilizers
tobeusod. 25
Best similar experiment in com. 25
similar experiments in cotton and
corn,with commercial fertilizers, open
to the world, oach. . 25
Largest yield wheat on 20 acres or moro,
to weigh 00 pounds per bushel. 20
Same, on livo acres. 10
Largest yield of oata on ten acres. 20
Same on ouo aero. 5
Largest yield rye on one acre. 5
" " barley on one acre.. 10
" " beuo on one aero. 10
" " palma christi or castor
oil bean on one acre.. 10
" " pea-vine hay on one acre 5
14 " native grasB on one acre 5
" " clover on one acre. 5
" " herbs, or foreign grass,
on one aero. 5
One halo of each to bo on exhibition, and
aflidavit of facta to be tiled with Secretary.
Largest yield sweet potatoes on one
aero, one-eighth of an acre to be dug 5
Largest yield Irish potatoes, under tho
Bame requisitions. 10
Largest yield peas on ono acre. 5
?* " pindara on one acre.... 5
" turnips on one aero. 5
To the fanner or planter who makes
tho largest net yield of crops per
hand, not loss than live hands, under
same requisitions, for 1874. 20
As cotton cannot be gathered by the time
awards are mado at the Annual Fair, all
competitors must send iu their atatemonta
to Exocutivo Committeo by 15th December,
by whom the award will bo mado.
Exhibitors of all the above crops must
state in writing, in full, to tho Secretary,
all tho requisitions as laid down in the rules
and regulations, (which see,) without which
the judges will bo required to withhold their
awards: and the exhibitors uot complying
with these requisitions will uot be allowed
to compete for the premiums of tho Society.
SAMPLE OF FIELD CHOPS.
Eeat bushel of white wheat, with a
sboaf of same. $5
Best bushel red wheat, sheaf of same.. 5
Best bushel bread corn, with 1 do/, eara 5
Best bushel stock corn, with 1 doss ears 5
Beat bushel barley, with aheaf of sumo 5
Boat bushel oats, with sheaf of same.. 5
Beat bushel ryo, with sheaf of same... 5
Best bushel of pindara. 5
Best collection held peas, half bush each f>
BcBt bubhel graaa seed, adapted to low?
land cult uro. 5
Best bushel graa.-j seed, adapted to up?
land culture. 5
Boat display of graina. ? ? ? 1"
Unless tho sheaf bo shown aa above re?
quired, tho premium will be withheld.
Liest bushel sweet potatoes. 5
" " Irish potatoes . 5
" table turnips. 5
" *' stock turnips. 5
" mangel wurzol or other
slock beet. . 5
Best bale pea-vino hay . Ii
" " clover hay. 5
" " native grass hay. 5
" " cultivated grasa. 5
Best variety long staple cotton, 0 stalks 2
Beat variotyahort staple cotton,<! stalks 2
Bust bushel of wator-tlowcd seed rice,
with sheaf of same. . 5
Best bushel of upland seed rice, with
shsa" of safe. 5
Beat specimen of leaf tobacco. 2
Best box South Carolina made cigara,
from South Carolina raised tobacco.. 5
To exhibitor largest and beet variety
field crops, grown by himself.. 20
Best quart rice* selected trom lot ol not
less than twenty barrels, with certi?
ficate of factor of tho sale. 5
specimou hops, not less than pt ck 5
" specimou pumpkins, six. 2
?* spooimen ramie, with deRcriptioa
of culture and preparation for
market. . 5
Exhibitors of hay must give the mode of
cultivating, curing', harvesting, Ac.
Beat 1 bale upland cotton. 10
2d beat 1 bale upland cotton. 5
Best 1 bain aea island cottou. 10
2d best 1 hale aea island cotton . 5
Best halo wool, not less than 100 lbs_ ID
2d beat bale wool, as above. 5
Tho cotton and wool must be on tho Fair
Grounds, during tho exhibition, to claim
premium, and must be of superior quality.
IIOUSFHOLD DEPARTMENT.
Best jar leaf lard, 10 pounds. 5
" 10 pounds bard domestic snap. 5
" 10 pounds toilot soap. 5
ham. South Carolina raised, cooked
" 2 sides South Carolina raised bacon 5
" barrel South Carolina Hour, exhib?
ited by manufacturer. 5
" second beat ditto. 5
,? .loaf bread .Silver
" fruit, sponge or aoda cake, each .Silver
" specimen okra or tomato prepared
for winter use . ...Silver
" gallon domestic vinegar.Silver
" specimen tallow oandloa.Silver
" specimen propared cayenne pep?
per ."..Silver
" specimen starch . Silver
** half busied dried apples, peaches,
pears, quinces and plums, each. 5
" box domestic prunes. 5
" spooimen hermetically sealed
frnits, oach.Silver
" drum dried figs, preserved olivoa,
specimen of olive, oil, Southern
made and raised, oaoh. 5
" sample jollies, preserves.pickles,
jams, catsups, syrups, etc..
with full descriptions of tho
?process of manufacturing and
keeping tho same, each kind.. Silver
Best sample Chinese sugar cane
syrup.Silver
" 20 pounds sorghum sugar. 15
Exhibitors of Hour to state how much
PB
Attend the True
MORNING, AUGUST 18, ]
flour made from a buahol or. wheat, and |
variety of wheat the flour is made from.
Rest jar butter, 10 pounda. 5 |
" jar May or Juue butter. 5
" jar l)iitter one year old, With me?
thod of preserving. 51
" Boutl) Carolina made che? so..
liest specimen South Carolina honey, 10
pounds, to be exhibited in me comb
WINES, CORDIALS, ETC.
Best specimen domestic wine, n<.t less
than one bottlo of each Kind, with
full description of the proei of
manufacturing and keeping the
eamc, for oach kind. 5|
Best specimen nalivo grape wine, pure
juice, made without the addition of
any extraneous substance. 5
FRL'tT, OAUDEN AND THEE DEPARTMENT.
Best 100 orange?, open culture. . $5
and largest variety table apples... !>
and largest collection Southern
needling applca, oach variety named
and labeled, grown by the exhibitor 5 j
lato seedling apple, for all pur?
poses, with description of the treo,
history of its Otigiu, keeping, Ac.Silver ;
oarly seedling apple, Ac.Silver j
and largest variety pears, grown
by the cxhibi:or. 8]
late seedling for all purposon, with
description of treo, history, Ac. .Silver I
|early Beedling, as above.Silver j
collection ol pcachCB, seedling or ,
others, grown by exhibitor.Silver I
collection quinces.Silver
col. grapos, grown under glaes.. .Silver
collection native grapes, with his?
tory of keeping, preserving, &c. 5
Best doz specimens lime,lemon or other
Southern fruitanot named above, Silver
For beat Southern scodliug, of recent
origin, within 3 years, with certifi?
cate of tho fact and history.Silver |
Best aud groatcet variety garden vege?
tables, for table ubc, raised by ono
individual.$5 |
A new und valuable variety of vegetable,
with evidence of ita excellence or
utility. 3 I
Beat and largest collection garden seeds,
Southern raised, not less than '20
approved varieties, exhibited by ono
individual, and beat for Southern
horticulture. 5|
LargCBt and beat collection Southern
seedhug apples, grown by exhibitor a
Largest aud btst collection peach trees,
grown by exhibitor. 3
Largest and best collection pear trees,
grown by exhibitor. 3
Greatest variety and beat collection
strawberry plants.Silver
Greateat variety and boat "Jolleclioo of
raspborry plants.Silver
Best collection evergreen troea.Silvei
Best collection preen bouse plants, ex?
hibited t>y one person. Silver
Largest collection ot flowers, exhibited
hy ono person.Silver
MANUFACTURES DEPARTMENT.
Best bale oanaburge,8 ounces to the
yard.Medal
Best halo shirting.Medal
Lci-t bale ah? clings.Med?d
Beat bale kcraeys.Modul
Beat bale atrij.es.Medal I
Beat bale cotton drilling...Medal
licat halo cotton yarns, comprising all
the numbers .Medal
Beat jii ;ce bagging, made of cotton..Medal
Best piece bagging, made of long or
Southern niosa.Medal,
Best piece plains.Silver
Beat pu ce satinets.Silver
Heat piece (weed cast-imere.Silver
Beat pioco liiiicya or kerseys.Silvi r
Host piece plain flannel_*.Silver
Best piece Iwi led tl&liuol.Silver
Best bain of blankets, Southern wool. . ?5
l!o*t eott >n rope.Silver
I Rest cotton plow lines.s'lv< r
heal woolen c sv. riot.Silver
I Beat writing paper, to embrace roam
medium, cap, letti r and note ? Medal
Bust printing paper, one roam each
ot book and news .Silver Mci
Best wrappiog paper.Silver Medal
I Ucst ream printing or wrapping Daper,
manufactured fron: some material
not herttoforo used, and known to j
bo as good aa paper n >w in use... Modal j
Best specimen of nook-binding. Medal
Beat specimen book printing ill S. CMedal
Best dozen hata, S. C. m mufactur ?.. Medal
Best gout's hat. Medal
Best pair woolen blankets.Medal
Beat pair cotton blankets... . Medal
Best 10 raids kerary.Medal
21 be?t 10 yardaof same.Silver
Ueat 10 vafda wooleu carpeting.t-ilver
2d best 10 yarda of aamo.Silver
Beat 10 yards stair carpeting .Silver
2d beet 10 yards atair carpeting ... Silver
Best cotton carpeting.Silver
2 I beat cnttnucarpeling.Silver
heat 10 yarda woolen j ;ans .Silver
2d beat 10 yards wooleu jeans. Silver
Heat 10 yards cotton joana.Silver
2d beat 10 yards cotton j.-ana .Silver
Beat cotton or mixed coverlet.. ._Silver
2d beat cotton or mixed coverlet.Silver |
Pest coverlet, wool.Silver
2 I beat coverlet, wool.Silver |
Best home-made mattreaa.Silver
2d best home-made uiattreoa .Silver
Heat pair woolen socks .Silver
Beat pair woolen atocking?.
Rest pair cotton socks.Silver!
I best pair cotton stockings.Silver j
! Beat pound cotton sewing throat! ...Silver
j best pound woolen yarn .Silver
Rest 10 yards diapering.Silver
' Heat cotton comforts.Medal
121 best cot ton comforts. Silver
j Best heal t h i ng.vi r
[2d best hearth rug.Mtver
j Rest s;ueinieu sewing ailk.Silver
? Rest sp-cini n reeled ailk.Silver
Reat peekeoeooiiB . . sdv< r
Beat stockings or half hose.Silvt r
Beat baudkiichief or shawl.Silver
Best specimens silk aud wool cloth,
three yards.Silver
Bent speciiiH its si k ?Irl cotton cloth,
three varda. Silver
LEATHER,
Beat nnd moat us< ful carriuge har?
ness.Medal
Rest and most useful double buggy
harness.Modal
Rest single buggy harness.Medal
Best and most useful wagon harness.Medal
Beat ait of cart harness.Medal
Best plow gear.Medal
Beat and moot useful gent's aaddl?.. .Medal
Beat and most useful lad;.'s saddle.. .Medal
Reat dosen brogans. Modal
Bast pair of boots. .Medal
Rest naif dozen pair gent's shoos ...Mi dal
Beet balf doz in pair lady's shoes.Medal
Laigcst and beat collection Southern
tanned leather, consisting of kid,
culf. sole and harness..Diploma
Beat aide upper, sole and harness
leather, each.Medal
Beat half-dozen calf akins. .Medal
Beat aide oil-dressed whang leather. .Medal
Beat dozen dressed sheep *kina. Modal
Rest dozen dressed goat skina.Medal
Best specimen plantation tanned lea?
ther lor plantation use. $5
Event.
vo
CHEMICAL MANUFACTURES, OEMENT,
OILS, MIN ER ALS, 4c.
liest caao er ehest gennino medicine,
suitable for family ueo and the
Southern praciitiouor.Silver
liest specimen cologne, S. C. mado . .Medal
Iii ?jt specimen writing ink, South Ca?
rolina mado.Medal i
Beat specimen iudeliblo ink, South
Carolina made.Mcdal
Best gunpowder, S. C. mado.Medal
licet opium, South Carolina made-Medal
licet collection minerals, illustrating
the geoiogy and mineralogy of
South Carolina.Medal
liest tutciincn cold pressed castor
oil.Medal
Be'jt specimen linseed, lard and cot?
ton seed oil, each.Mcdal
Bohtbag salt.Modal
Best barrel spirits turpentine.Medal
Best barrel rosin.Medal
Best barrel tar.Medal
Best specimen lime, gypsum, water
cement and pearl ash, a barrel of
oach.Medil
Gest specimen Southern made paint,
of Southern materials, different
colors, mixed, applied and dry.. .Medal j
Best Fronch burr milt-atonee, South-_ |
ern manufacture.Modal
Boat oil-stone and whet-stono.Mcdal
Beet specimengnativo phoBphato, ma?
nipulated fertilizer, or commercial
manure, a barrel of each, accom?
panied by its analyaiB.Mcdal
Beat marble monument and mantle
piece, in South Carolina marble. .Medal
Best and largest exhibition of Btone
waro.Medal
Beat specimens firo brick, terra cotta,
each.Medal1
Beat South Carolina mill rock for
grinding Indian corn.Mcdal I
BcbI specimen etono ware, South Ca?
rolina mado.Mcdal
Beat specimen S. C. mado brick.Medal ]
Best specimen lathe-turned granite. .Medal
Beat specimen polished granite.Medal
Beat spec. B. C. mado porcelain waro. Medal
Bist spec, granite waro, S. C. made, Medal
NEEDLE AND FANCY WORK DEPARTMENT.
Best lady's dress.Silver
Beat child's dress.8ilvor
Best sacque or baeque.8ilver
Best collar and chemisette.Silver
Best nndor-sloeves.8ilver
Best handkerchief.8ilver
Best morning cap.Silver
Best Bhawl.Silver
Best mantle.Silver
Best specimen of work in this depart?
ment not i numerated.Silver
2d best specimen of work in this de?
partment not enumerated.Siiver
Best specimen in tbis department by
a girl under fonrtoen years.Silver
Best evidence of taste and skill in tho
same department.Silver
KNITTING. N El TIN G AND CROCHET
IN TU READ.
Beat collar and chemisette.Silver
BeBt uuder-eloe. . :s.Silver
Best haudkerchiet.Silver
Beet morning cap.Silver
Beat int'ani's cap.Silver
Best intrant's waist.Silver
Beat child's hat.Silver
Beat child's socks.Silver
Beat cradio quilt.Silver
Boat counterpane.Silver
Beet fringe and lace.Silver
Best tidy.Silver
Beet bonnet.Silver
Best cape [Berthe] .Silver
Best shawl.Silver
Best set toilet mats.Silver
Boat over-socks.Silvei
Best under-shirts.Silver
Bedt tl >wcr vases.Silver
Best flower brackets.Silver
Bent side-board cover.Silver
Bist specimen of work under thia de?
partment, not enumerated.Silver
Best specimen in thia department, by
a gill in ih r fourteen voars.Silrer
KNITTING, NETTING OR CROCHET IN
CREWEL Oil SILK.
Bi a', in ino cover.Silvt r
Best iabic cover.Silver
Bent ottoman cover.Silver
Rent shawl.Silver
Best scarf f- r ni ek... .:.Ijilver
Best pair of untler-slet ves.Si ver
Beel bead dress. Silver
Best child's hat or cap.Silver
Best child's spencer or saeque. ..?<.. .Silver
Best counterpane.Kilver
Best crud e quilt... .Silver
Best reticule .Silver
Beat purse.Silver
Rest gloves. .Silvei
Beat hose, lot g or short.Silver
Beat child's i ticks.Silver
Best over-t-boeu.Silver
Beet toilet mats.Silver
Best lamp or vane mats.Silver
Biataiipptrs .Silvor
Beet ret dessert mata.Siiv?r
Beat napkin ring.Silver
Best cushion.silver
B.*a! child's skirt.Silver
Best chiht'a drawers.Silvor
Best tidy . .Silver
Bftst article not enumerated.Silver
Best specimen in this department, by
a girl nuiler fourteen yeara.Silver
Best patch-work quill in cotton.Silver
lie.it patch-work quilt in silk.Silvor
Best raised work quilt.Silver
Beat patch-work in worn ed.Silver
Best imitation Marseilles.silvor
Best wnvei.uulerpano.S. C made..Silver
Best silk e mi fort.Silver
Brsl eiib quilt, in ailk.Silver
R< st i peuiuieii in thia department by _
a ;;ir! under fourteen years.Siiv< r
Bts; pit'tuiein tapestry. Rilvur
Best piano cover.silver
5'cst piano cover, raised work.Silver
Beet table cover, tapestry. Silver
Best table cover, raised work.Silver
Best chair cover, raised work.Silver
liest ottoman cover, raised work.Silver
l Bist ottoman cover, tapestry.Silver
ili st foot-stool cover, raised work_Silvor
Beet hearth-rug, raiaed work and
tapcetrv.Silver
Bist pair of nro-pcrcpna, raised work.Silvor
Best lamp or va^o mat.Silver
Best cushion .Silver
Be.-t slippers . Silver
Best ball rope.Silver
Best specimen hot enumerated.Silver
EMBROIDERY IN SILK FLOSS, CI1AIN
STITCII OR BIIAID.
Best lady's dross.Silvor
'? " shawl . "
i " " mantle. "
" " ecirT or nock-tic. "
" apron.
/ Concluded on Fourth Vane.)
" veat. "
'? child's dress . "
" " *acque or eponcer.
" c'oak .
" lady's reticule. '?
" tiro-screens.
" port-folio, embroidered. '
braided tidy. "
*? braided cushion.
" toilet set. "
/
LUME X?NUMBER
lady's cap. "
" smoking cap. "
" specimen not enumerated. M
" specimon in thin department by
a girl nudor fourteen years... "
Betd bonnet, hat or cap.Silver
" willow work basket. *?
" willow olothcs bat-ket... . "
i! infant's toilet baiket. "
44 sot tablo mats. "
" nost willow or ozier bafckvt. 44
" straw baeket. "
straw or shuck doormat. '*
B(at vase llowers, wax.Silver
" basket frnit, wax. "
*? bouquet llowers, wax. *'
" vqbo rosin flowers. "
?* basket rosin fruit. "
?? shell pyramid. "
'? shell box. "
" specimen bead work. "
" specimen shell work, in any de?
sign, not on the list. " ,
** specimen in any design. **
" epecimen in this department, by
a girl under fourteen years... '**
liest leather basket.Silver
41 M picture framo. "
?? ?? otagere. **
44 ?' table. "
" ?? chura. *'
M bronxctao.e. "
?? port-folio. *?
pictnro framo. **
" npeeimt n in this department, by
a girl under fourteen years... "
MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT. ,
Best steam ongine for agricultural ?
purposes, at work on the ground. Medal
" Southern farm gate and hinges. "
" improved grist mill.Diploma
" lathe for metal.Modal
44 ** for wood.
?? rope-twisting machine, for plan?
tation use. *'
" sugar mill, cast.Diploma
" sugar mill, wood.Medal
?* wheel wright machine. "
MANUFACTURES IN WOOD AND IRON.
Best secretary and book ease, South
Carolina made.Med&l
" tide-board and bureau, South
Carolina made. "
" sofa, South Oarolina made. "
bedbtead, South Carolina made. "
set fino chairs, 8. O. made. "
set common chairs. "**
invalid chair, S. 0. made. ~*
picture frames.
dicing table, 8. C. made. "
tin or wire safe. 8. 0. made. "
kitchen* table, with shelves and
drawers, 8. C, made. **
window Btsh and blinds, each,
South Carolina made. "
panel door,South Carolina made *'
South Carolina made bee hive.. "
what-not, of 8. C. wood. "
sot of cottage furniture, made
ot South Carolina wood. "
Best collection of specimens of South
Carolina wood for cabinet use. Medal
44 dozen cedar, cypress, janipes:
aud pine buckets, each, South
Carolina made. "
. " dozen cedar, cypress, juniper
and pine tubs, each, South
Carolina made. "
dozen broom-corn and palmetto
brooms, each, 8. 0. madp_ "
" blacksmith's bellowe, South Ca?
rolina made, plant a lion nee . . "
" riflo guu. South Carolina made. "
" close tamily carriage, combining
convenience, lightness and
safety. S. C. made. "
?* open buggy. "
" top buggy. 44
" and largest exhibition mechan?
ic*'tools, Bmtht-rn made_ "
" and largest exhibition of ircn
castings. "
" Bpr-cimeu bar and round iron... '*
" siw mill irons. *'
" grist mill irons. "
" set blacksmith's tools. 44
" washing machines. 41
$4' specimen plating done in S.C. Dip'oms.
" horse-shoes, 8. C ma o.Silver
" horse shoe nails. S. C. made.... *'
" keg South Caioliua cut nails.... V
" bell. South Carolina made ... **
?* eisplay of S. O. made carriages.
buggieB.iVe, from one facmry Diploma
fLOWs.
Best cast mould board 1-hoiae plow Diploma
*' cast mould board 1-horse plow M
" wrought iron one-hoisemonld
board plow ... 44
?? wrought iron 2-lior?e mould
hoard plow .,.,.*'
wrought iron > ubsoil plow - "
wroagn. ir.m eo.ic.? wcrupcr -
?' wrought iron sweep - - "
*? turning plow on scooter stock "
?' South Carolina cultivator ? "
*? one-horse turning plow, South
Can,Una made ? ? "
" two-horse t urnine plow, South
Carolina made - - "
" cotton scraper plow, 8. C. made '*
?* subsoil plow, 8. C. made - "
Itule.?Ail plowH to be tested in plowing
match before premiums are awarded.
For tbo br8t plowing done by any white
farmer or planter in Soniii Carolina $98
For the second best ditto - M
For the third best ditto - - - II
For the best plowing done by any white
boy in South Carolina under eight?
een years of age - ? - - 25
For the second best ditto - - - If,
For the third beat ditt.10
For the best plowing done by any co?
lored man.20
, For the second heat plowing done by
I am colored boy 10
From {I till 10 o'clock A. M each day dur
j ing the rair will be devoted b.V the rtspect
I ive committees to plowing nr-tches and
tests of ail kinds of implements. Competi?
tors are oxoeow d to furnish their own
teams aud plows, and each will be allowed
thir v minutes trial during I ho week. They
must be promptly ready to answer to the
call of the oommittre. Plows of Southern
invention and manufacture, if of equal me?
rit, are to be given tbo proferonce.
J edges in this contest will bo govornod
in their awards by the depth and width of
the furrow slice turned 'by the plow of each
competitor, the time employed to complete
the work, and the appaient skill and eiBe
with which the implement is handled.
SOUTHERN FARMING IMPLEMENTS.
Best club axe. South Carolina made, Medal
" broad axo, South Carolina made, "
" drawing-knife. 8. C. made - "
manuro fork, 8. C. mado - - 41
" hoe, South Carolina made, - - 41
41 portable work bench, with full
set of plantation cirpontorV
tools .... Diploma
41 Southern thresher - - Medal
" hand threshing machino - "
41 Southern fan .... 44
14 41 straw cutter "
44 44 turnip and root cuttor 44
44 " corn and cob crusher "
?? " oorn sholler - ? M
4 4 44 grain oradlo "
?4 4* seed planter - - "
" cotton gin, 8. O. made - - "

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