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BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
In the United States Conrt at Green?
ville, on the 17tb, Judge Bryan passed
the following sentences: B. J. R-imngo
and a. M. Wicker?information for not
having special tax stamp exposed?the
defendant plead guilty, und were sen?
tenced to pay a fine of $10 and oosts.
John J. Watson?concealing distilled
spirits?$500 nnd three months' im?
prisonment. Jumes E. Gaffuey?rob- j
bing the mail.s?hurd labor for fiftecu
Last Thursday, at Polkton. N. O.
Mary Haley, colored, shot and killed
Elias Smith, colored. Tliojuryof in?
quest brought in a verdict of guilty
against the woman, who was arrested
and lodged in jail.
Tax Union No. 12, of Fairfleld, has
proposed a convention io that County
of the honest pooplo, to be bold on the
first Monday in September, to consult
as to the expediency of nominating
candidates for the Legislature.
6,000 persons were present at Spur
tanburg, at the Grange celebration, on
the 13th. Every hotel was crowded,
and the wagon-yards and vacant lots |
were foil to overflowing.
Office Board of Health,
COLUMBIA, 8. C, Auocst 14, 1874.
IN order to guard against epidemics, the |
citizens of Columbia are earnestly on
joined to nae disinfectants in their out
nouses and other place? likely to generate i
disease. By order:
WALTER R. JONES, Clerk.
Q~ Union-Herald copy. Aug 15 6
Steam Engine For Sale.
AN 8-horao STEAM ENGINE, in first
rate order, for salo: suitable for a cot?
ton gin or trriat mill. Price, $500. Apply
to RICHARD TOZER.
Spartan barg and Asbeville Railroad.
Nature's Highway Across the Mountains!
Light Grades, Eaby Cubves,No Tunneling
LET XT BE BUILT SPEEDILY j
A link in the Air-Line Road botween the
cities of Cincinnati, Lsuiavillo, St. Louis,
Chicago and Charleston, seventy-fonr
miles long, with less than twenty miles of
Shorter than any hue from New York,
Philadelphia and Baltimore to either of
these citieB, and many hundred miles
nearer to these centres of Western trade
than any existing line to Charleston.
The Road that promisee to make Charles-1
ton the market for the trade of the great
North-west, the Weet Indies, South Ame?
rica and Europe; also, an important emi?
ECONOMICAL IN CONSTRUCTION,
8AFE IN MANAGEMENT AND
PROFITABLE IN RESULTS.
An important enterprise for the develop?
ment of South Carolina.
Shares Fifty Dollars each, payable in ten
Every citieen of this State should -own at
least one 8hare.
Charleston, with her magnificent Hsr- j
bor and genial climate; her immense unde?
veloped back country, containing a fertile
Boil, fine pasture grounds and inexhausti?
ble water power; her contiguity to the
West Indies and Sooth America, and her
unparalleled European ocean coarse, is
destined, upon the completion of this Im
postamt Tmink Li se, to emerge from her
prostrated condition and become what
nature has intended she should be?the
Gbxat Commkhcial Metropolis of the
Southern Section of the United States.
LIMIT OF STOCKHOLDERS'LIABILITY.
The following clause iu the charter is
published for the information of sub?
Sec. 4. "That no Stockholder of said
Company shall be held liable for the debts,
contracts or acts of said corporation,
beyond the amount? actually subscribed to
the Capital Stock of said Company by auch
Geo. W. William*, GAr.mun Cannon,
B. Boi.lmann, John H. Evins,
Alva Gaoe, T. B. Jeteb,
Theo. D. Jeryey, D. R. Duncan,
Theo. G. Babeeb, James E. Black,
John 8. Fairly, John S. Wiley.
Principal Office and Addross, 25 Broad
street, Charleston, S. C.
C. G. MEMMINGER, President.
A. C. KAUFMAN, Secretary and Treaa.
J ulyO_3 mo
henky ward beecher
AS the principal actor in tho greatest
sensation ot tho day, and tho "Indian
Girl..'as the leador of the Cigar Trade of
the State, have boon thoroughly criticised
aa to their merits, and tho result seems to
be a warning to married men to husband
more closely tho affections of their wives,
and to Smokers in supplying their
WANTS TO HUSBAND MORE
Cloaely tbolr funds, by investing in the
"Celebrated 53, Cigars," instead of inferior
goods at higher rates, and to remomber
that as no ono oau boast of moro
WIVES THAN BRIQHAM YOUNG,
So no cigar store can boast of as good
Cigars and Tobacco for the price as the
INDIAN GIRL CIGAR STORE,
Aug U_Colombia, 8. 0.
Honte to Rent.
THE HOUSE and FOUR ACRE
LOT of Mrs. E. J. Arthur. Goodgar
-den and excellent well of water. Pos?
session given immediately. Apply toWM.
MARTIN or E. R. ARTHUR. July 4
FUR SINGING CLASSES!
THE SONO MONARCH!!
Jhj II. U. Palmer, assisted by L. O. Emerson.
ABOOK admirably fitted for tbo nao of ]
Singing-School Teuchel b, having, in
addition to a compact, tin. ore lie. course,
more than ISO pagos filled with Gtuos,
Quartetten, Airs,Tunos, Ac, &c, pleasant
to aiii? aujWhere, and constituting a most j
agreeable courso of study. A good book
also tor College Choirs, for Seminaries and
Social Siugs. i'riee 75 cts. or 67.50 per do/..
For CUutra unit Convention*,
THE LEADER ! I
Is the Leader of all Church Music Bocka
tor 1874 aud 1875, being tbo first in the
bold and of a character that cannot bo
excelled. By H- It, Palmer, of Chicago,
assisted by* L. O. EaiEiiSON, of Boston.
Containing, also, compositions fiom the]
bauds of largo numbers of American Music I
Fun Conventions. Cnoir.s and Sisoing
Tho LEADER has 80 pages of Singlug
School Music, tho same as that iu tho Soug
Monarch, and large numbers of new Tunes I
aud Anthems, all by the best enmposors.
Price $1.38 or $12.00 per dozen.
Spcciuicncopieeotthoabovobook u] ailed,
post-paid, for retail price.
OLIVER DITSON A CO., Boston.
OHAS. II. DITSON & CO.,
Aug 14 wsir 711 Broadway, N.T. _
New Books at Bryan's.
THE QltEAT ICE AGE nnd its Ro'atiou
to the Antiquitv of Man?by James
Geike, F. It. S. $2 50.
Wilkos, Sheridan, Fok, (of time of George
III.) $2 00.
Sumner, (Professor,) ou American Cur?
Doctrine of Evolution?by Winohcll. $1.00
Vernes' Meridian or Adventures in South
Vernes' from the Earth to the Moon and
Around It. $1.00.
6un Views of tbo Earth or tbo Seasons,
illuatrated?by Procter, F. R. 8. $2 50.
Vernes' Journey to tho Centre of the
Earth. 75 cents.
Also, a supply of now NOVELS, by Eng
[ lish and German authors, cheap.
i CONGAREE IRON WORKS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor.
RE tt OF STEAM
? MILLS. GIN
r Gearing, and all
kinds of Iron
Castings for Ma?
chinery and Or?
ings for Stores
and Dwellings, Patent Railings for Gardens
and Cemeteries, Iron Settees and Arbor
Chairs; a>ieo, Brass Castings of aii kinds,
Bells for Churches, Schools, Work-shops,
&o. Guarantee all my work first claes and
equal to any North or South.
Works at foot of Lady street and near to
1 South Carolina and Greenville A Columbia
Railroad Companies' Depots. Nov 18
ROOMS KOK FAMILIES!
to let in the new
Central National Bank Building.
PRICES TO S TJIT THE TIMES.
Bed-Rooma from $3 por month upwards;
F&m y Rooms from $G per month npwards;
J Lawyers' Offices from $6 pr month npwards.
WATER, GAS, WATER and WOOD CLO?
SETS and other modern improvements in?
side building. No back rooms, all fronting
on the street. Good ventilation. A Janitor
in obarge of bnilding. Apply ta Centra]
Bank, or to Messrs. 8EIBEL8 A KZELL.
A FULL line of latest styles;
also, Ladies' and Children's
SUITS, Mrs. Moody's celo
Ibratod CORSETS, with other
styles; UNDER-WEAR in
'great variety; HAIR of all
description, and Bacaar Pat?
terns, which will bo sold very
low. Pleaso call and see for
Jnne2 8mos MRHQ E. REED'8.
Jewelry! Jewelry! Jewelry!
AT hisnew store, Main street, nearly op?
posite the Central National Sank, has
large and beautiful stock of fine WATCH ES
stem and key winders, from best European
and American manufacturers, aud of his
own importation, in gold and silver cases.
Elegant JEWELRY! An unrivaled assort?
ment just received and all the latest stvlea.
Sterling SILVER-WARE, in Bets and cases,
Bridal Presents, nnd a very line selection of
Plated-Ware. Gold Watch and Neck Chains,
Lockets, elogant Seal, Wedding and En?
gagement Itlngs, large stock of Spectacles
and Eye-GlaseYB, Clocks, Mnsical Boxes,
I and a great variety of Fancy Articles. My
l stock is the largest and best selected in tho
I Southern country and will bo sold as cheap
as iimo article can be bought anywhere.
Pot 24 _
Official Order, No, 1.
IWANT all Smokers to know that there
are still plenty moro of tho celobratod
5 cent PARTAOA8 on hand. I gnarantco
that they contain more and a better quality
of Tobacco than any other 0 coul Cigar
sold in this city.
Special Order, No. 2.
All Smokers or Pressed Cigars will please
take notice that they can get a bunch con?
taining 25 Cigars tor $1, and all other
popular brands at equally low pricoa, at the
CALIFORNIA CIGAR STOKE,
(Sign of tho Indian Chief,)
8d Door Below Wheeler House.
ENGLISH, French and American EX?
TRACTS for the Handkerchief, for
?ale at L. T. BILLIMAN A CO.'d
Jol? 7 Drug Store.
lr Just Censures
UMBIA, S. C, WEDNESDA
LIST OF PREMIUMS
Offered by Slate Agricultural and Mecha?
nical Society and Auxiliary Joint Slock
Association, at Fair to be held in Co?
lumbia, S. G., beginning Tuesday, No?
vember 10, 1871, and closing 13(7*.
FIELD CHOI' DEPARTMENT.
For the cheapest crop of cotton, grown
on a rarm of not less than ten hands ?5C
For the choapest crop from a hum of
not less than five hands. 25
For the cheapest pouud of cotton,
grown on any farm or plantation in
The laigest crop of corn, not leys than
twenty bushels per acre, grown upon
ton acres or more of restored upland 25
Largest crop upuu one acre, same re?
Samo premiums upon restored or re?
Best experiment in cotton, (sot forth in
au OB say,) proving the comparative
merits ?f ttio South Carolina made
fertilizers, tho cost and quantity of
each fertilizer used per acre; the
mode of application, preparation and
tillago. and original quality of the
soil, and all such details as will prove
tho truo value of each fortdizar; not
less than two varieties of fertilizers
to boused. 25]
Best similar experiment in corn. 25 |
similar experiments m cotton and
corn,with commercial fertilizers, open
to the world, each. 25
Largest yield wheat on 20 acres or moro,
to weigh 00 pounds per bushel. 20
Same, on five acres. 10
Largest yield of oats on ten acres. 20
Same on one acre. 5
Larueet yield rye on one aero. 5
" 'l barley on ouo aero. 10
i " benc ou one acre. 10
" " palma christi or castor
oil bean on one acre.. 10
" " pea-vine hay ou one aero 5
" " native grass ou one aero 5
" '* clover on ono acre. 5
" " herbs, or foreigu grass,
on ono ucro . 5
One bale of each to be on exhibition, and
affidavit of facts to bo tiled with Secretary.
Largest yield sweet potatoes ou one
acre, one-eighth of an acre to bo dug 5
Largest yield Irish potatoes, under the
same requisitions. 10
Largest yield peas on ono acre. 5
" pindars on ouo acre.... 5
'* turnips on one aero. 5
To the farmer or planter who makes
the largest net yield of crops per
hand, not less than fivo hands, under
same requisitions, for 187-1. 20
Ab cotton cannot he gathered by tho time
awards are made at tne Anneal Fair, all
competitors mast send in their statements
to Executivo Committee by 15th December,
by whom the award will be made.
Exhibitors of all tho above crops must
state io. writing, in full, to the Secretary,
all the requisitions as laid dowu in the rules
and regulations, (which see,) without which
the judges will ho required tu withhold their
awards; and the exhibitors not complying
with Lues? requisitions will not be allowed
to compete for the premiums of tho Society.
SAMPLE OF FIELD CROPS.
Best bushel of white wheat, with a
sheaf of same. $5
liest bushel red wheat, sheaf of same.. 5
Best bushel bread corn, with 1 doz ears 5
Best bushel stock corn, with 1 doz ears 5
Boat bushel barley, with sheaf of aamo G
Boat bnsbel oats, with sheaf of same.. 5
Beat bnsbel rye, with sheaf of same... 5
Beat bushel of pindars. 6
Beat collection field peas, half bush each 5
Best bushel grass seed, adapted to low?
land culture. 5
Bost bushel grass seed, adapted to up?
land culture. 5
Best display of grains. 10
Unless the sheaf be shown as above re?
quired, the premium will be withheld.
liest buabel sweet potatoes. 5
" Irish potatoes. 5
" table turnips.. 6
" stock turnips. 5
" mangel wurzol or ether
stock beet. 5
Best bale psa-vine hay. 5
*? clover hay. 5
' " native grass bay. 5
" cultivated grass. 5
Best variety long staple cotton, 0 stalks 2
Best variety short staple cotton,0 stalks 2
Best bushel of water-flowed seed rice,
with sheaf of same. 5
Best bushel of upland seed rice, with
sheaf of safe. 5
Best specimen of leaf tobacco.. 2
Best box South Carolina made cigars,
from South Carolina raised tobacco.. 5
To exhibitor largest and best variety
field crops, grown by himself.. 20
Best quart rice* selected from lot of not
less than twenty barrels, with certi?
ficate of factor of the Bale. 5
specimen hops, not less than peck 5
" specimen pumpkins, six. 2
" specimen ramie, with description
of culture and preparation for
Exhibitors of hay most give the mode of
cultivating, curing, harvesting, Ac.
Best 1 bale upland cotton. 10
2d best 1 bale upland cotton. 5
Best 1 hale sea island cotton. 10
2d best 1 hale sea island cotton. 5
Best bale wool, not less than 100 lbs_ 10
2d best bale wool, as above. 5
The cotton and wool must he on the Fun
Grounds, during the exhibition, to claim
premium, and must he of superior quality.
Best jar leaf lard, 10 ponnrls. 5
" 10 pounds hard domestic soap. 5
" 10 pouudB toilet soap. 5
" ham, South Carolina raised, cooked 5
" 2 aides South Carolina raised bacon 5
11 barrel South Carolina flour, exhib?
ited by manufacturer. 5
second best ditto. 5
" loaf bread .Silver
" fruit, sponge or soda cako. each.Silver
" specimen okra or tomato prepared
for winter uso .Silver
" gallon domestic vinegar.Silver
" specimen tallow caudles.Silver
" specimen prepared cayenne pep?
" apecimen starch.Silver
' " half bushel dried apples, peaches,
pears, quinces aud plums, each. 5
" box domestic pranes.. 5
" specimen hermetically sealed
drum dried figs, preserved olives,
specimen of olivo oil, Southern
made and raised, each. 5
" sample jellies, preserves, pickles,
jams, oatsaps, syrups, etc..
with full descriptions of the
Sroaeee of manufacturing and
coping the same, each kind..Silver
Beat sample Chinese sugar oano
" 20 pounds sorghum sugar. $5
Bxbibitora of floor to atate how much
Y MORNING, AUGUST 19,
flonr made from a biiBUol o.i wheat, aud |
variety of wheat tho Hour in made from.
Heat jar buttor, 10 pounds. 51
jar May or Juno butter-..
" jar butter ono year old, with me?
thod of preserving. 5
" South Carolina made ehe? so.
Butt soecimcn South Carolina houcy, 10
pounds, to bo exhibited in the comb
WINES, CORDIALS. ETC.
Itcut specimen domestic, wiuo, not less
than ono bottle of each kind, with
lull description of the process of
manufacturing and keeping the
same, for each kind. 5
Liest specimen native grape wine, pun
juice, made without the addition of
any extraneous snhstanco. 51
FRUIT," GAUD UK AND TREE DEPARTMENT.
Heat 100 oranges, open culture.
and largest variety tablo apples... i
and largest collection Southern
Boedling apples, each variety named
and labeled, grown by tho exhibitor I
late seedling apple, lor all pur?
poses, with description of tho trco,
history of its origiu, kouping, Ac.Silver
early acedling applo, Ac.Silver
aud largest variety pears, grown
by tho exbibiior. oi
lato seedling for all purpoeon, with j
description of tree, history, Ac. .Silver j
Jearly seedling, as above.Silver
collection of peaches, seedling or i
othorB, grown by exhibitor.Silver
collection quincee.Silver I
col. grapes, growu under glaes.. .Silver
collection nativo grapes, with his?
tory of keeping, preserving, Ac. 5
Host d?z specimous limo, lemon or other
Southern fruits not named above,Silver
For best Southern Bcoilliug, of recent
origin, within 3 years, with certiii
cato of the fact aiid history.Silver
Best and greatoet variety garden vege?
tables, for table use, raised by ono
individual. $5 1
A new and valuable variety of vegetable,
with evidenco of its excellence or
ItcBt and largest collection garden seeds.
Southern raised, not less than 20
approved varieties, exhibited by one
individual, aud beat for Southern
Largest aud best collection Southern
seedling apples, grown by exhibitor 3
Largobt and btwl collection peach tre?b,
grown by exhibitor.... . 3
Largest and best collection pear trees,
grown by exhibitor. ? 3
Greatest variety and best collection
Greatest variety and host collection of
Beat collection evergroeu trees.Silvei
liest collection groen house plants, ex?
hibited by one person.Silver
Largest collection ot flowers, exhibited
by ono person.Silver
Best bale oanaburgs, 8 ounces tu tbo
BcBt balo shirting.Medal
Boat bale sheetings.Medcl
Best bale korseys.Medal
Best balo stripes.>.Medal
Best bale cotton drilling.Medal
Best bale cotton yarns, comprising all
Best picea bagging, made of cotton. .Medal
Best piece bagging, made of toug or
Beat piece plains.Silver
Best piece satinets.Silver
Boat piece tweed cassimere.Silver
Beat pieco linaeys or kerseya.Silver
Best piece plain flannel... .*.Silver
Best piece twilled flannol.Silver
Best bale of blankets, Southern wool.. $5
Beat cotton rope. Silver
Best cotton plow lines.Silver
Best woolen coverlet.8ilvar
Best writing paper, to embrace ream
medium, cap, letter and note_Medal
Beat printing paper, one ream each
of book and nowB .Silver Medal
Best wrapping paper.Silver Medal
Best ream print iug or wrapping paper,
manufactnred from some material
not heretofore used, aud known to
be as good as paper o jw in use... Medal
Best specimen of book-binding.Medal
Best specimen book printiug in S, C. .Modal
Best dozen bats, S. C. manufacture. .Medal
Best gout's hat.Medal
Best pair woolen blankste.Medal
Boat pair cotton blankets.Medal
Best 10 vards kersey.Medal
2d host 10 yards of same .Silver
Best 10 yards woolen carpeting.silver,
2d best 10 yards of samo.Silver
Best 10 yards stair carpeting.Silver
2d best 10 yards stair carpeting.Silver
Best cotton carpeting.Silver
2d best cotton carpeting.Silver
Bost 10 yards woolen jeans .Silver
2d best 10 yards woolen jeans. Silver
Best 10 yards cotton jeans. .. .Si!?er
2d best 10 yards cotton jeans.Silver
Bost cotton or mixed coverlet.Silver
2d best cotton or mixed coverlet.Silver
Best coverlet, wool.Silver
2.1 best coverlet, wool.Silver
Bost home-made mattress.Silver
2d best home-made mattress .Silver
Beat pair woolvn socks .silver
Best pair woolen stockings.Silver
Best pair cotton socks.Silver
Best pair cotton stockings.Silver
Best pound cotton sewing thread ...Silver
Best pound wooleu yarn .Silver
Best 10 yards diapering.Silver
Be?t cotton comforts .Medal
?J I best cotton comforts. Silver
2d best hearth rag.Silver
I Bent specimen sewing silk.Silver
Bent specimen roeled silk. .Silv?r
Best peek cocoons.Silver
Best stockings or half hose.Silver
Best handkerchief or shawl.Silver
Best specimens silk aud wool cloth,
three yards. .Silver
Be?t specimen* silk and cotton cloth,
Best and most useful carriage har?
Boat and most useful doublo buggy
Boat single buggy harness.Medal
Best and most useful wagon harness.Medal
Best set of cart harness.Medal
Best plow gear.Medal
Best aud most useful gent's saddle.. .Modal
Best and most useful lady's saddle.. .Medal
Best dozen brogaus. Modal
Bast pair of boots.Medal
Best naif dozen pair gent's shoes.... Medal
Best half-do/en pair lady's shoes.Medal
Latgest and best collection Southern
tanned leather, consisting of kid,
calf. boIo and harness.Diploma
Best side upper, solo ami harness
Best half-dozen calf skins.Medal
Best side oil-droseod whang leather.. Medal
Best dozen dressed sheep skins.Medal
Beat dozen dressed goat akins.Medal
Best specimen plantation tanned lea?
ther for plantation use. 10
CHEMICAL MANUFACTURES, CEMENT,
OILS, MINERALS, Ac.
Beet caeo or chest genuine medicine,
Hiutablo for family use and the
Beet specimen cologne, S. C. made.Medal
Best specimen writing ink, South Ca?
Best specimen indelible ink. South
Carolina made.Medal I
Best gunpowder, S. C. made.Modal |
Beet opium, South Carolina mado-Medal
Beat collection minerals, illustrating
tlto geology and mineralogy of
Best pptcimen cold preescd castor
licet specimen linseed, lard and cot?
ton seed oil, each .Medal;
Bcf.t hag salt.Medal
Bent barrel spirits turpentine.Medal
Best barrel rosin.Medal
Best barrel tar.Medal |
Best specimen lime, gypsum, water
cement and pearl ash, a barrel of
Best specimen Southern made paint,
of Southern materials, different
colors, mixod, applied and dry.. .Medal
Beat French burr mill-atones, South?
BcBt oil-stone and whet-stone.Medal ]
Beet specimenfnative phosphate, ma?
nipulated fertilizer, or commercial
manure, a barrel of oach, accom?
panied by its analysis.Modal
Best raw bin monument and mantle
piece, in South Carolina marble, .Medal ?
Best and largest exhibition of stone?
Best specimens lire brick, terra cotta,
Best South Carolina mill rock for
grinding Indian corn.Medal
Beet specimen stone ware, South Ca?
Best specimen S. C. made brick.Medal
Best specimen lathe-turned granite. .Medal
Best specimen polished granite.Medal
Best spec. S. C. made porcelain ware. Medal
Best spec, grando ware, S. C. mado, Medal
NEEDLE AND FANCY WOB.K. DETABTMENT.
Best lady's dress.Silver
Best child's dross. .Silver
Best sac-quo or basque.Silver
I Best collar and chemisette.Silver
Best morning cap.8ilver
Best specimen of work in this depart?
ment not enumerated.Silver
2d best specimen of work in this de?
partment not enumerated.Silver
Best specimen in this department by
a girl under fourteen years.Silver
Beat evidence, of taste ana skill in the
KNITTING. NETTIKG AND CROCHET
Best collar and chemisette.Silver
Best morning cap.Bilver
Best infant's cap.-SUvcr
Bost infant's waiat.Silver
Beat child's hat.Silver
Best child's Bocks.Silver
Best cradle quilt.8ilvor
Beet fringe and lace.Silver
BeBt capo [Berthe].Silver
Beat eet toilet mats.Silver
Best fljwer vasos.Silver
Bost Uower brackets.Silver
Best aide-board cover.Silver
Best specimen of work under this de?
partment, not enumerated.Bilver
Best specimen in this department, by
a girl under fourteen years.8ilver
KNITTING, NETTING OR CROCHET IN
CREWEL OR SILK.
Beet table cover.Silver
Best ottoman cover.Bilver
Best scarf f ?r neck. .Silver
Beet pair of nnder-sieeves.Bi'ver
Best head dress.Bilver
Best child's hat or cap.Bilver
Best child's spencer or sacque.Bilver
Best cradle quilt. .Silver
Best hose, long or sb'.rt:.Silver
Best child's j-oeke.Silver
Beet tnilrt mats.Silver
Best lamp or vase mats.Silver
Best *et dessert mate.Silver
Best napkin hug.Silver
Best child's skirt.Silver
Best child's drawers..Bilver
Best tidy .Silver
Best article not enumerated.Silver
Best specimen in this department, by
a girl under fourteen years.Bilver
Best patch-work quilt in cotton.Silver
Be^t patch-work quilt in silk.Silver
Best raised work quilt.Silver
Best patch-work iu worsed .Silver
Best imitation Marseilles .Silver
Best woven counterpane,H. C made..Silver
Best silk comfort.Silver
Brst ciib quilt, in silk.Silver
Best specimen in this department by
a girl under fourteen years.Silvir
Best picture in tapestry.Silver
Best piano cover.silver
Best piano cover, raised work.iSiiver
Best table cover, tapestry. Silver
Best table cover, raised work.Silver
Be?-t chair cover, raised work.Bilver
Bent ottoman cover, raised work.Silver
Bist ottoman cover.tapestry.Silver
dest foot-stool cover, raised work... .Silver
Best hearth-rug, raised work and
Best pair of lire-screuns, raised work.Silver
Best lamp or vaso mat.Silver
Best bull ropo.Silver
Best specimen not enumerated.Silver
EMBROIDERY IN SILK FL088, CHAIN
STITCH OR BRAID.
Beet lad\'s drei-s.Bilver
"" shawl. M
** " mantlo. "
" " scarf or neck-tie. "
" " apron. "
(Concluded on Fourth Page.)
" " vest. "
'* child's dress. "
" " sr.cque or spencer.
" cloak. '
" lady's reticule.
" flre-acreena. "
" oort-folio. embroidered.
? braided tidy. "
" braided cushion. '
" toilet set. "
jTJME x?NUMBER 12
" lady's cap.
" smoking cap. "
44 specimen not enumerated.
" specimen in this department by
& girl under fourteen years... "
Best bonnet, hat or cap.Silver.
" willow work basket. *?
M willow clothes baektt. **
44 infant's toilet batket. "
" set table mats. "
M noat willow or ozier basket. "
straw basket. "
straw or shuck doormat. 44
Bc?t vase (lowers, wax.Silver
" basket fruit, wax. "
bouquet UowerB, wax.1- **
" vase rosiu 'lowers. 41
*' basket rosiu fru>t. '*
uhell pyramid. '*'
shell b?x. 44
" specimen bead work.
44 specimen shell work, in any de
sign, not on the Hat. *?
" specimen in auy design. '*
" specimen in this department, by
a girl under fourteen years...
Best leather backet.Silver
" " picture frame. 44
?? ?? ctagero. "
?? " table.
" cbaira. "
'* bronze tab.o. "
" pictnro rrame. " ?
" specimen iu this department, by.
a girl under fourteen years... "~
; Best steam engine for agricultural
purposes, at work on the ground. Medal I
" Southern farm gate and binges. *'
" improved grist mill.Diploma
" lathe for metal.Medal
'? " for wood.. 44"
" rope-twisting machine, for plan?
tation 086. '* '
" sugar mill, cast.Diploma
" eugar mill, wood.Medal
wheel wrigbt machine. "
MANUFACTURES IN WOOD AND IBON.
Best secretary and book case, South
" side-board and bureau, South
Carolina made. "
" sofa, South Carolina made. **
?? bedstead. South Carolin a made. ""
" set fino chairs, 8. O. made. "
" Bet common chairs. ffr
" invalid chair, 8. O. made. *J
picture frames. **
?? dining table, 8. C. made. 44
" tin or wire safe, 8. C. made. "
" kitchen table, with shelves and
drawers, 8. C, made.
" window Bash and blinds, each,
South Carolina made. "'
" panel door,South Carolina made "
" South Carolina made bee hive.. "
?? what-not, of 8. C. wood.. "
44 set of cottage furniture, made
of South Carolina wood. "
Beat collection of specimens of South
Oarolina wood for cabinet use. Medal.
*? dozen cedar, cypress, juniper
and nine buckets, each, South
Carolina made. "
" dozen cedar, cypress, juniper
and pine tubs, each, . South
Carolina made. . .. '*
" dozen broom-corn and palmetto
brooms, each, 8. C. made.... 44
44 blacksmith's bellows. South Ca?
rolina made.plantation use.. "
" rifle gun, South Carolina made. "
" clone family carriage, combining
convenience, lightness and
aafety, 8. C. made. cr
*? top boggy. ?*??
" and largest exhibition mechan?
ics'toolB, Southern made.... *?
14 and largest exhibition of iron
14 specimen bar and ronad iron... 44
44 saw mill irons.
44 grist mill irons.
44 set blacksmith's tools.
washing machines.. ?. 14
tj" specimen plating rfono in 8.0. Diploma.
44 horse-shoes, 8. O. made.Silver
44 horse-shoe naiis, 8. C. made...- 44
44 keg South Carolioa'cut nails.... M
44 bell. South Carolina made. "
44 display of B. 0. made carriages.
bnggi- s.Ae, 'romone factory Diploi is
Best cast mould board 1-horao plow Diploma
44 cast mould board 1-borse plow 44
44 wrought iron one-horse would
board plow 44
44 wrought iron 2-horse monld
board plow *'
44 wrought iron mbsoil plow - 44
14 wrought iron ?otion scraper - 44
-?r>-" ?- -:" - ? - ~r
44 turning plow on soootur stock 44
'4 South Carolina cultivator ? 44
. sne-horae turning plow. South
Carolina made - 44
" two-boras turning plow, South
Carolina made - "
44 ootton scraper plow, 8. C. made 41
44 subsoil plow, 8. C. mado - 44
Rule.?All plows to be tested in plowing
match before premiums are awarded.
For the best plowing doue by any white
farmer or ulauter in South Carolina $50
F?rth?' second best ditto ? SO
For the third best ditto 15
For the best plowing done by any white
boy in South Carolina under eight
eon years of age ? ? ? - 25"
For the second best ditto , - - - 15
For the third best ditto - - - 10
I For the best plowng dono by any es?
I lored man - - ... - 20
I For the secoud bust plowing done by
am eolored boy t 10
From '.?till 10 o'clock A. M each day dur
iug the Fair will be devoted bv the respect?
ive committees to plowing miteins and
tests of ad kinds of implements. Competi?
tors are exnioted to furnish their own
teams and plows, and each will be allowed
thlr'.y minutes trial during the week. They
must be promptly ready to answer to tbe
oall of the committee. Flows of Southern
invention and manufacture, if of equal me?
rit, aro to be given tho preference.
Judges in this contest will be governed
in their awards by tbe depth and width of
the furrow slice turned by the plow of each
competitor, the time employed to complete
the work, and the apparent skill and ease
with which the implement is handled.
SOUTHERN FAUM1NO IMPLEMENTS.
Best club axe, South Oaroliua made, Mad&il
" bread axe, South Carolina mado, *?*
44 drawing-knife, 8. C. made - 44
44 mannre fork, 8. C. made - - 44
" hoe, Sooth Carolina made, - - 4t
44 portable work bench, with full
set of plantation carpenter's
tools .... Diploma
44 Southern thresher - ? Medal
14 hand threshing machine - 44
? Southornfan - 44
44 44 straw ontter "
14 tnrnip and root ontter 44
" 44 corn and cob crusher
M 44 corn aheller - - 44
" 44 grain cradle ??
" seed plantar -? -
44 cotton gia, B. O. mads ? ?*