PALMET iO SHIELD.
Palmetto, September 5, 107-2.
Ooi.. Sol, Johnson is oor ntithm.z (lament.
Mr. James Jordan, died lie ir Witker
son's mill last S.ittiic )■ night.
Cotton picking time is neir at hand,
as tlie fields are beginning to don their
coat of white.
Another new stock of groceries will
shortly be opeued out under the YV.
Jackson House, by Messrs. Tnoruton &
Dentist Wanted.—Palmetto and vi
cin’ty is greatly in need of a good den
tist. YVe think such a one would find
it profitable to locate here.
Wood.—One year's subscription to
the Shield, and the di fie re nee in in >ney,
will be given for a cord of good oak
wood. Come right along.
Our merchant- are beginning to re
ceive their fall stock of goods, and
soon we may expect ta such exclama
tions as, “0, how beautiful !’’ “What
exquisite colors 1” Such is life.
Mr. Frank Steed, a short time since,
sold two and a hall bushels of wheat
of the rapalianoc variety to a gen lo
nian in town which wei 'lied 6.5 pounds
per hi she!. This wheat was grown on
There is sorrow and weeping in the
household of Mr G 0. Looney for the
loss of their iidant baby boy. YVe
■can only ask them-to read, “Suffer lit
tle children to come unto me,’' and find
Chicken Lifting.— Last Monday night
Mrs. Walth ill retired to s’eep antici
pating a nice f ried chicken for broik
fast. Imagine her anger when she
found that the coop had been robbed
while honest people wore sleeping
Fair Warning —We send this num
ber of our paper to subscribers whose
time lias expired. It is our purpose
to conduct the business on a strictly
cash basis, and hope oor patrons will
see the utility for so doing ; theiefore,
don’t wait for ns, but send the money
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Pit tograhis —By reforence to our
advertising columns it will bo seen
that Mr. Green Inis located am ng ns
with Ilia photograph gallery. All that
want good pictnns can o' t in them
by calling at Smith's bu.hli . g, Mon
Wk h ive been informed by Hr Dan
iel Moline of the death of his brother,
Peter, in Pensacola, Fla. lie was a
former oitizn of this place, but moved
recently to Pensacola. Mr. Moline also
■informs ns that there has been sixty
■deaths from yellow fever in that place.
Maj. E. 11. Thornton, < f the firm of
Tmm ton & Holloman, will leave for
New York and Boston next Monday
morning. They are doing a splendid
business and r e learn they expect to
buy a mammoth stuck of dry goods
and groceries this season. Success to
Bv reference to the head of this
"column, it will be seen that we have
obtained the services of Col. Sol. Johns
■son, the fat man r>f Fail burn, as our
general agent. YY’e speak for him a
kindly welcome among the good pec
j le of this and adjoining e< unties.
Also, Mr. J. F. Ellington is author
ized agent of the Shield for Palm tto.
Faibburm.— We made a flying visit
to etu neio-libor town last. Tuesday, in
company with Mr John Smith, not the
Pocahontas John, hut oitr John, who,
by the by, is one of liie cleverest and
shrewdest merchants of our acquain
tance, The cotton crop along the
route looks fine and premises an abun
dant yield of the 11 n cy staple. In fact,
the prospects are good for the farmer
jnall kinds of products.
There being protests entered against
all the Sheriff's sales, of course there
was no property offered to the higln st
bidder. We found the Ordinary, Sheriff
and his deputy as busy as bres in a
tar bucket. No one knows the amount
of business that goes through their
respective offices, until they visit them
on public days.
The revival was sti 1 in progress at
the Baptist Church, under the gnido
anco of that good man, lb v. J. M,
1), dd . A religious spirit seems to pre
vail among the people and much go si
is being accomplished.
The merchants and business niPii
generally set in to be a live aid wide
awake crew, and understand how to
please their country cousins, Wt
foi tiled the acquaintance of some and
hope soon to visit thrni again
Capt. M ,b!cy has promised to take
cliaige of our ‘Fairborn Department, 1 ’
ami our patrons may lot.k out for some
tiling itch, nut and tacy.
~ Ml' KG LA US AMONG IS!
Tlie Till Tappers Again at YV'orK
Breaking open PriTafc House-!
We will commence this article by
warning our citizens of tlie danger in
delaying to prepare foi the nightly vis
its of ilie light-fingered squad. As
the fruit season is about to play out
these night-hawks have come in fash
ion, and unless stops are taken towaids
lidding our community of them, we
expect to cnroniclo mauy such cases as
wiil be pictured in the following para
Last Monday night, as Mr. William
Jackson was engaged in his back room
drawing molasses, s me one entered
tlie front door and secreted themselves
among the some boxes and sacks cf
flour They remained in their hiding
place and watched Mr, J. as he counted
his money and put it away in a sugar
box ; and, perhaps, anticipating what
a large haul they would make whin
kit alone fn their glory, Afler busi
ness hours were over and the store
closed for the night, then commenced
the woik of pillage. They succeeded
in ultaiuiuiug possession of about $45
in money and let themselves out
through the buck door.
mr cobb's dwelling r bred.
The house of Mr. J. W. Cobb, who
resides one mile ab ve town, was en
tered last Saturday an:’ a tiunk taken
therefrom, carried about two huudnd
yards from the house among ti e bushes
where it was b.uken open and a lot of
ladies’clothing and other articles cf
value belonging to Mr. Cobb’s wife
and sister was extracted from it. Mrs.
and Miss Cubb were on a visit at tho
time to Jonosboio, and Mr. C- was at-,
sent from home during the day. Search
is being made for the guilty party, and
we hope they may be c- ught and be
biougbt to justice.
WOLVES IN SHEEP’S CLOTHING.
nu:is eu> tikes biom tub “bloods :
Love Ain'iiig the JJoses !
On Saturday i-venlng' lust two young
liliiuds of our city, while in cunvm su
■f ion Iwjretlier, proposed to rig tin ni
sei ves out ill
wliicli was iicconiplishcd by borrowing
cicli a suite from two tf tlieir Indy
friumW. [Living tet ired to tbeir rooms
for a short space of tim-they made
tlieir debut dressed out in all the gay
paraphernalia of a Broadway belle.
About this time their gallant knights
invited them to a drive an grid the
city, which was readily accepted, and
very soon they were
as if on the wings of love, causing
young men to tip tlieir h its, old men
to stare and young ladies to wonder
what new beauties had so suddenly
appeared to rob them of their lovers.
On, on they went, until they arrived at
the residence of a lady, about one mile
from town, and alighting from tlieir
buggies v is
INVITED TO C 5tE IN.
But, alas 1 here tlieir veil ot decep
tion war pierced through when asked
by the h dies to take off their hats!
The lady of the house not being
pleased with the style in which her
vis tors came, express, and a great desire
for her daughters to accompany her on
a shopping tour, much to the regret ol
the aforesa and visitors
GETTING UNDER HEADWAY AGAIN,
the re 1 urine! to the point from whence
they Ktartrd, once mme turning the
heads of the people with wonder and
Gone to Sleep. — It becomes our sad
duty to record the death of little Eddie,
only child of Air and Mrs. \V. E. Join
Eddie had been suffering with whoop
ing cough for a week, or two, and was
not considered dangerously ill until
last Saturday evening, but lingered
until Sunday morning at 8 oichick.
The parents < f Eddie have our sympa
thy in Ibis their time of great, trouble.
SaDbatii ESERCI3ES. Last Sabbath
Rev. Dr. Cl irk Timmons, brother of
the pastor of the Methodist Church,
discoursed from the tex', "Seek ye fi'st
the ki gdom of Leaven, and all these
things slia'l be added unto yon,” The
gentleman preacled a good, logical
sermon, and at times was eloquent in
Ills appeals to his congregati n.
The attenlion cf onr marshal is calk'd
to the colored females that nightly pa<
rude tip and down Main street,
Or.n newspapers, suitable for wrap
ping, for silo at this office at 50 cents
J. D. DODD
TtT. xilSLcj cfc> Bro-
Wliolesolr and linla 1 1 Dealers n
Clothing* Dry Goods, uml Fur
No. 28 Whitehall st., two doors from
Alabama, Atlanta, Ga.
Are just receiving a large stock of
SPRING and SUMMER DRYGOODS,
Clothing, Notions, &c.,which they will
sell lower tnan any house in the city.
8-3fc-Special inducements to connlry.
merchants. aprlG 3m
GROCERY STORE 1
OSCAR A, CANTRELL
Would inform his fiiends and the pub
lic generally that he has opened in the
Shield office, a
family and fancy groceries,
Flour, Sugar, Coffee, Soap, Soda, Spice,
Pepper, Ginger, Statch, Gau
dy, Can lies, Crack
Buckets, Matches, Blacking, E'c., Etc.
WHICH Wild. BE SOLD
CHEAP FOR CASH OR PRODUCE!
Give me a trial. 0. A. Cantrell.
CaM!T,eh. County, j
Nancy Stewart Guardian ol J--pso D
Stewart. Emily Savannah Stewart. .( now
Mr .E S. iMcLsrly,' having applied to the
Court cf Ordinary of said count; for ail s
c’laige from tier Guardianship of J, s e i).
Stewart rad Emily Savannah S’cwart for
merly, but cow ifiai'y S. McLariy's per
sons and property. This >stherefore to cite
alt persons concerned to shew cause, by
fling objections in my office, wi y the said
Nancy S'cwart should not be dismissed
from her Gua-d'arthip rf.Tessa I). Stewart
and Emily s. Stewart forme-iy, now Emily
s McLarty, and riciive llie usual letteis
Given under my official signature, July
R. C. CEAVER-,
M < Iv iS, Ai NE Y K GO,,
Claim and.Patent Agents,
Claims of Cen-ns Marshals of collected
wiili iit proof of loyally.
s*, 0, fax 129, Washington t’iiy, 55. f,
I C. If EG IST EU,
STOVES, TJ NYVA RE & HOUSE FUR
Offers superior indue nicnl.s to cutoni
ers He sells goods s cheap as they cal
b- bought in AI lau ta or else where. Give
him a trial, mu 29 fin
“ THE KEEN ESA W ROUTE."
V I A
WESTERN At ATLANTIC R. R. AND
Schedule in effect May 25th, 1873.
i Stations | No 3 | No. 1.
Leave Atlanta .... 8:ii) AM|P : 0 p M
Arrive C .rtersville.. 11.06 •* I tl.Hi a m
“ Kingston.. ~ t .45 “ I 1.03 *■
“ Dt ton ?.(ii rn I ff to “
“ Chattanooga 42S •• 1 ft fO ■*
BUM BE 11.
Will leave Atlanta 6 00 r u
Arrive in Oartersville 8 15 “
Arrive In Kinston 8 41! *‘
Arrive 'n Dalton 10 tit) “
1 Stations j ko. 2. I NO. 4
Arrive Atlanta 11045 p m I 1.45 p m
Carte’sviile. 8.1 •• 110.51 am
“ Kingston... 744 “ |lO 1 2 “
" Dalton . 535 " | 800 "
heave |<l tr t-i imoga | ;? 45 “ | 5 5.-, 1
PUI.LMAX PAI.ACE CARS ON TRAIN'S NOS 1 I & 2
To LYNCHBURG & NEW ORLEANS
Pullman Palace Cars on trains 1 & 2
for Atlanta and Chattanooga I
No Ch an>j e
New Orleans to Lynchburg - v’a Montgom -
try. Atlanta aili Dal'on.
Atlanta tc St. Louis, via Chattanooga.
FIFTY-TWO MILES SHORTER
New York and Eastern Cities
THAN ANY OTHER ROUTE FI! M ATLANTA !
tit Huitvs Qiiirktr to the Yirgi-ia Springs
than any other line from ttlenta,
avoiding an Expensive Delay
anti Transfer in iUchm nd,
Passpngers leaving Atlanta by Lightning
Expre c s, ■ t 0:00 p. m. arrive in New York
; t -4:1-4 p. rti. tile second afternoon thereafter:
13 hours 53 minutes Earlier than passengers
I y any other route.
PiUseng- rs 1 euv'na All nts at.’o p. m. by
this route arrive in New York at. same time
as paf-s°tigers who left at fc:00 p. in. by op
~.* Parties desiring a whole car through
to the Virgin is Springs or to Lynchburg,
should address the utii-'ersigned.
,sr~ t ar'ies com,ntpNthig travel should
send for map. schedule. &o.
Quick lime and close connections is
Ask for tickets via '‘the Kpnnosaw Route.”
B. w. WEENS, (j. I’ &T. A..
t tit. Ah It Ebtsris TRUSS. An important
invention. It, retains ttie Riipfn-c at all
times, an I under the l..ird“st eSerc ; se and se
ver, ft strain. Ilia worn wth eofnfurt. and
If kept on night and day effects a. permanent
cure in a few weeks. Sold cheap-and petit,
by mail when requested. Circular* tree,
when ordered bv letter sent tn the Kla-tie
I rnss t 0.. No. 683 Bio dway N. Y'. t'i' y.
Nobody uses metal spring ir.’ss. s; too
lul; they slip oil too fret;tK-(ly . apii-ly
4 LIREUAL OFFER.—On receipt
Vlof 5u cent-. Home Gab nei. momhiy,
will be sent for one year, ami 2ft fine “ fii is
tol Biurd " V’sitinv Cards. y< ur own n_m
elesri r. tlv erinted. Sample numbers and cards
5 ca . .'aU,inos, |V. B. uOhNIXG, Tk.
Nynek. X Y.
I- C. 10.'.l 11,
C a.IP EL HILL, Dougin* County, Georgia,
Is prepared to do oil kinds of \rork in the
brick lino at short notice. augß ly
TOLLED before me as an os tray on the stli
day of August. 1873, by William Trentham. of
the 1134 district, G. M., of Campbell county.
Ga., one flea-biiten prey horse, modi m size,
right bind foot, snagged ; no other marks or
brand* on said horse ; about twelve or four
teen years old. and appraised bv John W.
Nelms UQ'l M. M. Smith, freeholders of said
di trict, to be worth SGO. and who say if is
worth 25 cents per day for feeding and taking
care of said horse. The owner is hereby noti
fied to appear before me, prove properly and
pay costs and expense and take him a Way, else
he will be sold by ttie sheriff at the courl-honii*?
door in said county, on the first Tuesday in
Norenilier next. K. C. HEATERS,
DErMY SIIKU-FF’S SII.ES,
TV ill be gold before the Court House door
in tho town of l'Vuburn Campbell county
Georgia, w ii h ; n the legal hours of sale, on
the fi~st in September next, t! e fob
lowing p operiy to-wit:
The north halt of lot of land No. 7.>, con
taining 101 acres, more or less. Also, the
east hali ol lot of land No. St), containing 1014
acres, more or less. Also, the east half of lot
of land No 74,containing 101. J acres, more or
less. All being in the Oth (listriot of original
Fayette now Cairpb** 11 county. Levied on as
the property of T. .1 Green, by virtue of stin
diy fiias issued from Campbell county court in
favor of Georg** I*. ter? against su'd T. J. Green,
property pointed out by J. L. rialock. plain -
tiff > att uney. W. 1 IIOMI\SON,
BON-YOX FLIRTATION SIGNALS,
Sent on recoibt of ccnfp. ITn ; quo print-*
Inga and Publishing House, 3G Vescy S r reet,
HAS erected a number of row buildings
puirabh* for carrying on his largo anc
txten ivo bu?ir*ps. ori the east sde ol
jamoNllrou street, adjoining the residence
if liussell King.
FA inn URN, CEO no IA.
And he is now prepared t) do all kind ot
■voi k. Su h as making and repairing
*\ agon--, Carriages and buggies.
Also P/i.vriNu cf (very discriplicn, oxe
utel in the neatest style
BIGV PiTWa A SPECIALTY*
And Blacksmithing executed with neat*
mss and di patch.
Having had several years experience ill
no business, le* is the ofoie capable to
ju-lgo who i work is executed in a v oikman
likoTfinnner. Ho employs non** but i xj.e
rieri'*ed workmen <’jll arid sec him.
/TXi" Now Wagons and Buggies always on
hand and tor sale.
Work done on lime*.
feb7 4 m
1) 0 V 0 (J I) ES] ii E A
UOO PAM-ILT MAYSPAPEKI
thi'.v si’KscniHK for tiik
CALHOUN WEEKLY TIMES.
The Times is published at Culhonn,
Gordon comity, Oa , ut the low piice
ol per sin>inin, and is devoted to
Literature, Science, Ait, News, Pi li
lies, Ed neat i< and, Humor and the iponeral
development of the interests of its
l i e 1 niF.s will soon enter its fourth
volume, an 1 the ilhlishe. s are deter
mined that in point of excellence and
variety it shall not be surpassed in
this country. Should you desire a first
class family newspaper, subscribe at
once for the Times.
The Times has a large and rapidly
increasing circulation, making it a
most desiratde udvei tisiuir medium.
Specimen copies will be i’m nisheU on
Rick at Freeman, Publishers,
CIIII’BKL , cot'll ¥ s!iailFF’S SILKS.
51 ;it be sold befn ethi O -ur- house door
in the town id F.iii-burn. Campbell C nnly
Georgia, on the drst Tuesday in September
next, within the legal hours of sale, tie
fol . wing property lo wit:
Lot of land No. Iss. in the Ninth Dirt., of
orpin-lily Layette, now Campbell county, Ga.
Levied on by a fi. fa 4 issued from Fayette
Superior Court, in favor ol R. F. B iker, vs.
John 17. Mason and -Tabus G . Mason, as the
property of the said John VV. Mas n to Satisfy
said fi. fa. Property pointed out by Plaintiff
Also, at the same time an I place, filly acres
of land in*ln: South- art corner of lot of land
No one hundred and sixty, in the Ninth Di t.,
of original ly Fayette, now Campbell count
Ga., levied on by virtue of a !i. fa. issued
Iron the Justice Court if the 73fi1l il'sr.. G.
M.. in lavor of J. N. Aldridge, vs. t. ![. Sew
ell, Administrator of J It. Sewell, dec’ll., us
the property of said J. It Few ell, deed
Property pointed < ut by Plaintiff.
Also, at tin*same time and place, the undi
vided half interest in a certain lot. in Hie town
oi Palmetto, Ga., the same being adjoining to
and on the wist side of town lot No. 16, first
range, the said lot being 25 <eet front oil
Toombs street ai.d extending b-.ck 66 feet tin:
same being ttie lot on which is sitnuttd the
bouse built by Thomas A Ellington, and now
occupied by John F. Ellington as the proper*
'y of the defendant in ti a levied on by virtue
ol a tifa issued from Campbell Superior Court
ill lavor of G. E Cranford vs. John F. Elling
ton. Properly pointed out bv plaintiff's at
torney. I), p. Wi lITIII, Sheriff.
I> 1103 MX Gif A NO.
WILCOX, GIBB3 Sl CD’S. MANIPULATES
rPHKE CELEBRATED gUaXGS 1M-
I ported and p epared (iv Wilo-.x. Gibli.i
A* C-> , Mivannsih tin., and Charleston. S. (J.
are for sale for cash, or on credit on accom
modating terms, payable in cotton, hy
\V. £ , Lanpki'm, Airent, F:iit*f;nrn, Georgia.
GAiLHKTi’& VYaltil.vLL; Agt 's Palmetto, Ga,
attention is CilVd to the
of ti.e i hot nix umo c:mposr e (l with cot
ton se and send or : pply hh above forcircu
)?ir giying testinionials from p!an(ers-'i-pri
cc*s tti ms etc. •
THOMPSON, COLE & CO.,
MAKUF.WUREr.S 0* ANfl
XSEALBE.3 in 3?UR3XTITUIU33,
BEDSTEADS, CIIAIRP, MATTRESSES, ki
Good Bedsteads, YV.tli Rollers, OHly $4!
METALIC BTJWJAL [CASES AXP ROSEWOOD COFFINS ALWAYS
XiS'e-CYLmaia, —• • • Greorgia.
" ATTENTION EYE11YB01) Y !
3STcw GOCcISS 2
Clicap Goods i
SMITH & BRO'l HER
(At thi’ir old stand on Toombs Street ,)
IIAYE JUST RECEIVED ONE OF THE
Xjnur*§s©ist; fvtncl Best Selected SStool3C.js
GENERAL ME RCH A N DIS E!
ever hr ught to this market; embracing
dsiy locks, Y<mo:,s, wnne cocos, roiilry, iivts, bccts, snots, hyrdwaub
Cutlery, Readysmude Clothing, and, in fact,
1 YERYIIIIKC USUALLY KEl'l IN A FIR. T CLASS STORE !
...... Af.so... . >
A SPLENDID STOCK OF FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
We Cicmrol find will not be undersold by any one who males the least pan -
sible profit. Nbit
Mr. M. D. THURMOND will bo found ohstanlly on hand, ready and Willing
to wait on all who may give us a calf.
E@u We keep a full i, l complete assortment on kind at all times !
nsult yoUr iutviests, and call and examine oor g' ods before
S3TH 3?jl-I3E€&5 B JEtO.
A GREAT OFFER. witersa sms.
484 B'wnv, 5,1., will disp se of li}s Pianos
A Organs of First Class linkers, b eluding
M A! at eqtremeiy low prices for cash,
or part eish. and b Imce in slnaii monthly
payments. Sew 7 Octave Urst-el is- Pianos,
ali madrrn improveißcntSj 'or $275 -h.
Organs $5.), s7st Double itceil ;(>rgans $1 0
S-s!Op sl2s> and upwards.
WATERS I 'CONCERTO PARLOR ORGANS
are die most beautiful in siyie and perfect
intone ever made. Ihc Concerto slop is
(tic best ever placed ill any Organ. It is
produced l.y a diod s.” ol reed . peculiarly
voiced, the fcFFFtr of which is most (harm
'll— h and soul-stirring, wlii- iis imitation (tr
Hie human voice is ?n :erh. Terms Liberal.
llluslratek Cala'egues mailed for one.
stamp. A liberal kiscount to Ministers,
i lunches, Sanding Schools, rOs. Agents
(Ni tar used), for outside workand
instead 01 piaster, Felt ca-peUnjis, Ac.
c end two cent stamp for circulars and
samples. C J. Fay, Camden. N. 1.
NEW HAVEN ORGAN COMPANY.
Manufacture the Celebrated
Vll IL E E A ND TE M V L E
ORGANS are unsurpassed in
1 qua'ity ot tone, style ol finish, aituplifc'ty
of construction, and flu.’abi ity.
Also, MELODEO?iS In VaiiOUS styles, and
unequalled in tone.
Send for illustrated Cntalbgur.
Address NEW HAVEN ORGAN GO.,
New Haven, Conn,
ESf* A trim Is Wanted.
' WAG E S
17'OR ail who are willing to work. Any
person, old or young, of either so.y, oa
make 11 0111 S.O to SSO tier week, at home dhy
or evening. Wanted by all. Suitable to!
either city town or country, and any s nson
ol the year. This is a rare opportunity toi l
lhose who arc o.tof w orte, ana out o! money !
to make an independent living, no capita
being required. Onr pimphler, “How i
Sake a Living.” sew* on receipt jf U> cent I
Add cess A. BURTON a: GO., Movristai i
Wes to Lester Cos , N. Y, aviA-f f
GIFTS TO BE PAID IN FULL,
TH THIRD GRA D GIFT CONCERT t
IN AID OF THE
PUBLIC LIBRARY OE KY„ .
will y a given in the great hail of Library
Building, at Louisville on TtJKrDAY, Joi.Y
\ 8. 1873. at wnicli time ten thousand gilt-,
I an,minting to a grand b thl of 5ft.500.000,
all Cttsll, "ill be distributed by lot-to
j ticket holders. No reduction in uinout if
gilts at this di trlbutidn, But each gift wilt
be paid IN FU L i
Office or Farmers’ <t Drovers' Bane.
Loidstit.hu, }fv„ April 7. 1873. f
Ttds is to certify that there is iu tho.
Tar Biers’ and Drovers’ Bank, to the credia
ot tlm Third Grand Gift ‘ oricert for the ben
(fitof tiie Pit blip Library of Kentucky, Five
Hundred Thousand Dollars, which has bee W
set apart by trie tnanay. r- to pay tiie gifts
n lull, and wil be held by the bank arid
tpsid out tor this purpose, a.ul H4pwr-p*ie
■Udf. fdigi.ed) U. S. rhKIS. fasht r.
LIST OE GIFTS-
One Grnd Cash Gifs., itSA.O.OO
One Grand Catth Gift,
One Grand Gash &TS, ’.
One Grand Gash Chit,. 20,000
One Grand iNsMt Sift K . ..... 10,000
One Grand Cash Gift, 5,000
24 Gash Gilts of ssil t &®Q eaeh,24,otit>
50, Cash- Gifts of 300 “ 25,000
SO, Gash Gifts i>s tOO “ 32.000
100 Gash Gifts of 300 “ 30,000
150 Gash Girts of *OO “ 30.000
£9O Gash Gifts of }OO “ 59,*>iS0
9,000 Gash Gifts of 10 “ 90,000
Total, 10,000 Gif,'*, air Gash. $500,000
Gn'v a tew ti. Arremain. Ii a.- er I, ami
they wi l t e turni.-iurd to the Scrst at plioat r&
at Ihe following briers-:' v bole tickets ¥10;
halves, quartets, $2 50; 11 wlmh a
fm $100; 50 fat $500; 113 f.u $1,000;
isml 555 fur $5,000 ITr tickets ami
!isSesvithm apply to
THiK K. nil tILCTTE,
auyl-t v. butb-vdie, K}\