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nutter t lia ii ?Sold.
Belter th in grandeur, better than trold, y
Tb^y?-rtt?xlt tW?I title* a thousand tola, r ,
IVaThee?triy boay, a mind at ease,
And simple pleasures that al ?-ayn please;
A. hea?t t hat can feel for another's Wotf'*
And share Iiis joy frith a genial glow;
With sympathies large enough to enfold
All men aa brothers, ia.bet.ter than K?id,
Ut-t tor lb alfi -"tola 1iJ a conscience cl oar, I
Though toiling Mr bread tn an BnmbM
L'onbly blest with content and health.
Untried by the last of cares or wealtb;
Lowlj living and lofty thought
Adorn and ennoble a poor man's cot,
For mind and morals in nature's plan,
Aro the genuine tests of a gentleman.
Better than gold ta the sweet repoyo
Of the sons of toll when their labors close;
Better than gold is the poor man's sleep
And the balm that drops on his slumber
Bring steeping draughts to the downy bed.
Where luxury pillows his aching head.
His simple opiate labor deems .
A shorter road to the land of dreams.
Better than gold is a thinking mind,
That in the realm of books can find
A treasure surpassing Australian ore,
And live with the great and good ofyorw
The sage's lord and tho poet's lay;
The glories of empire passed away;
The world's great drama will thus unfold
And yield a pleasure better than gold.
Better than gold ls a peaceful home,
Where all the tire-side charities come.
The shrine of love, the heaven of life,
Hallowed by mother, <>r sister, or wife;
However bumble the home may be,
Or tried with sorrow 'by heaven's decree -
The blessings that never were bought or
And centre there, are better than gold.
A Wonderful Race-A Nailon of Pig?
The London THmes, of January lti,
Eublishes the following letter, fro^ ,
lr. Du Chailu, the great traveler,
giving an interesting account of his
discovery of a nation of pigmies ic
the interior of Africa:
SIB: As I find the report of what
Mr. J. Crawford said in reference to
the small and peculiar tribe of natives
which I met with in the mountains ol
Western equatorial Africa, between
one and two degrees South latitude,
und about twelve degrees East Longi?
tude, has occassioned skepticism, 1
now copy from my original note book,
which I have shown to Sir Richard
Murchison, the following details. ]
further understand from him thai
Mr. Crawford had no intention o:
disparaging the accuracy of my dc
senption, but simply wished to have
such an explanation as I now offer.
These little people, termed Obongo
may be considered the gipsies of tin
region. They are of migratory habits
and chango their temporary suelte
under the trees from one place ti
another. They gain their livelihoot
by trapping game, which they ex
change with the settled villages fo
food, and like some European gipsies
if this method fail, they steal am
decamp. While tho inhabitants c
this mountain region are lighter i
color than those of the seashore, thes
Obongo are still loss dark. TJ?ey hav
only short tufts of hair upon thei
heads, and aro thus strikingly dir
anguished from the settled inhabi
tauts, who wear largo turrets of hai
upon their heads. They have a wild
anxious and timorous expression i
their eyes, and although I gave mau
beads to entice some of them to rc
main, and was brought to thei
stealthily by the natives, all the me
except st young adnlt disappeared
leaving a few women behind. ]
would appear that my visit alarme
them, for although I stayed a wee
in the adjacent village., the Oboug
were no more to bo heard of.
The following are the mensun
ments I was enabled to make: Ti:
only male adult measured four fe?
six inches, but as ono of the wome
reached live feet one-quarter incl
(she being considered extraordin?r
tall,) I have nu doubt that some i
the men are equally as tall, and sou
perhaps taller. Tho other women
measured had the following height
Four feet eight indies, four feet sev<
inches, and the smallest four feet, an
one-quarter inch. I thonght, afb
looking over the whole group of adu
women, that their average height w
four feo? five inches to four feet s
inch? .s. Tin- smallest woman bad tl
largest head, viz: One foot ten ut
one-fiftl) inches in circumference; tl
smallest was twenty-one inches roun
Ia tho volume which I propose
publiait, more details respecting 1
little people, with n short vocabnla
of their language, will be given.
THE P. fl. OUT Fou AN AIRINO.
Last Sunday was a gala day amoi
the F. li. of the upper ten dene
lt was hardly possible for a wh
mau to procure a horse or vehicle
tho livery stabbs or upon the ho
.stands. They were all gone belpj
to carry the Bureau out of town a
about town. On Main and Bro
streets', there was a great display
barouches, filled with the "he
idols" of the radicals, in hroudch
and nilk*. reclining in all the gi-.i
de ur of lately acquired important
in one or two instances, we saw w!i
drivers on the box and negroes np
the cushions behind - a strange
\ ersal of situations. There were a
some grand displays ot negro equ
trianism, and sweltering, shiny bn<
upon prancing steeds were to be U
with on the prominent thoroughfar
Sunday was F. B.'s day out, and tl
made the most of it-spending I
wages of the week in one day's exe
of enjoyment np.
I Richnunui Examiner
Sycamore leaves in place of hay
straw in hen's nests, protect tho hi
from lice; while whitewash basis!
vermin from tho building.
Theodore Lee, pf philadelphia,
misused Iiis wife Until ali? wo* driven .
to desert him. Since then, her father
has died, leaving heir some $300,000.:
Lee bringa"? suit'now to force her
home again? signifying his willing?
ness to ''receive again andnse her a? a
good husband ought to del"
AMONG our arrivals for tho week, whieh
is one of tho LARGEST SHIPMENTS
YET RECEIVED, will be found the follow?
GOODS AT OLD PRICES :
100 pieces various brands LONGCLOTH.
300 " Brown SHIRTING and SHEET?
30 pieces CASSIMERES and JEANS.
200 " FANCY PRINTS.
30 " Black and White Prints.
20 " Einen Drill.
5<; " Swiss, Nainsook and Jaconet
20 pieces Irish Linen.
.> " Bleached Einen Damask.
10 ? Black Silk.
5 *.' Linen Sheeting.
20 " Cotton "
100 ? Mosquito Netting.
Towelling, of every description.
Linen Shirts and Drawers.
TOO ETHER WITH
n o T i o n s i
Small PALM FANS,
? Lace Buttons, Button Rings.
' Hair Nota, Belt aud Trimming Ribbon
Working Cotton. I
Phalon's Night Blooming Cereus.
" Toilet Soap.
And other articles tiro numerous to men?
SHIVER & BECKHAM.
HAVING opened my oftjee
permanently in Columbia, 1 j
may be found ut all hours ut
the residence of Mr. M. ll. .
Berry, (opposite the Catholic Church, ) on ,
Assembly street. 1). P. GREGG. i
SCOTT & MCMASTER
A RE now prepared to issue LIFE, F HIE, I
A. MARINE and ACCIDENTAL POLI- i
CIES. *a. Onice No. ? Law Range, Co- '
lumhia. s. C.
HENRY E. SCOTT. F. NV.?MCMASTER. 1
June 7 Imo*
GIBBES &HUGGINS, ~
RISKS against Fire taken in the follow?
ing Companies, at fair rates, and no
charge for polices:
NORTH AMERICAN COMPANY,
BALTIC COM FAN Y.
VIRGINIA STATE COMPANY,
MET lt OPt ) LIT AN COM PANT,
SUN MUTUAL COMPANY.
EXCHANGE ou New York and Charles?
ton bought und sold; dealers in Stocks,
Bonds, .vc The highest price prod f< r
Cold, Silver ?iud Bank Note-.
JAMES G. GIBBES, CEO. HUGGINS,
Onice plain street, Columbia, S. C.
May lt) 3tno
H. E. NICHOLS,
f'ornrr of Afiseini/ly urcl Wnp/rington fVs.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
REPRESENTS a number .if the he t
holli Northern und Khntherii- com pa
Lin:. KIKE, MA KIM:.
INLAND AND ACCIDEN?
TAL RISKS taken op. equi?
table terms, and :tll losses
??^Folicies made payable
in ( ??lld or ( !urrency.**^ft
March 1 (imo*
11TIE undersigned, having completed
their arrangements for the manufac?
tured the best COTTON GINS ever m ade
in this couru ry, are now prepared to re
c?-iv ord'-i.. from planters and other*
wishing to purchase;. Thc long established
and well known reputation of Elliott')
Cotton ? ?i 111- will, wi hope, l?e a su??eieul
guarani' e that the article will give en tin
satisfaetii !.. J. M. ELLIOTT .\ t (>..
Mav Iii 2mo Winnsboro, s. c.
!;n mm mu
AT COST !
HAMS and LARD.
LIMITED amount of GOL!? mid SIL
VE?. FISHER A LOWRANCE.
- Circular Bawi^" '
AF?LL assortment of beat tonality
Cart Steel CIRCULAR SAWS, from 8
to 52 inches iii diameter, inst received and
for sate lo% by g J. AT. R. AGNEW.
June 26 ' -.
TUST^rcoeivod from auction, a good sop
. v>\v t?f first quality BLACKING, mami?
ta riUurad by Chas. Watson, late foreman to
J. H. Mason A Co., and for sale at the fol?
lowing lbw prices: No. 1,80 cents por
do/.cn; No. 2, 40 cents per dozen; No. 3,50
conts per dozen; No. 4, 05 cents per dozen.
June 2G_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
BITTER, EGGS AND POTATOES.
CtBOICE COUNTRY BUTTER, FRESH
J EGGS, new Irish Potatoes and pome
Sweet Potatoes. Juet received and fox
sale by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
. Jft3* C&rofiriiaw'copy._June 23
CtHOICE PICKLED PORK. Just re.
; ccived and for salo By"
.Lmo_23 _ J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Mackerel! Mackerel! !
-f f\f\ VAC KAG ES MACKEREL, con-)
AvU sisting of barrels, half barrels,
quarter barrels and kits, on band and for
salo by J. A T. R. AGNEW!
?iT Carolinian copy. _ June 23
Sardinel? and Heinring?
CAA QR. BOXES SARDINES.
OvU 100 Boxes Smoked Herrings.
10 Bbls. Pickled Herrings, at 4o eeuts
per dozen. J. A T. R. AGNEW.
June 22 Carolinian copy.
Satin Gloss Starch.
?)pr BOX KS DURYEA'S SATIN GLOSS
jmttj STARCH, the best article in uso tor
lauuilrv purposes. JUH? received and fox
sale by J. \ T. II. AGNEW. _
WE arc daily addinfr to our variety of
choice GROCERIES and have just
received a suppiv of the following, viz:
Fresh MACKEREL, in cans.
Fresh SALMON, in cans.
CBANDERRA' SAUCE, in can?.
Boast Beef, in cans.
Green Corn, in cany.
Pic Fruits, assorted, in glass.
Lemon Syrup, in Klass.
.lune 22 " J. A T. R. AGNEW.
("1 URRA NT JELLY.
r vXNED PEACHES.
borden's Condensed Milk.
Extracts Strawberry. Yani??, Banana.
Pine Apple and Lemon.
Puru Spice.-., ground and whole
Preserved Canton Ginger.
Andrews' Yeast Powders.
Quarterand half boxe-5 Sardines.
London Club Sauce.
.Inst received and for .sale bv
Jrme l'.i J. A T. K. AGNEW.
Bacon Sides, Shoulders and ;
IA HHPS, prime BACON SIDES and
:! hhils. Sugar-cured Breakfast Strip?. :
On hand and for sale low b\
June 15 J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
Hams! Hams! Hams!
C1HOICE NEW YORK CITY SUGAR- !
; CURED HAMS, just received and for!
sale at '2~> cents per pound. Call soon, be?
fore thev are -xii sold.
June 0 J, A T. R. AGNEW.
S)f\f\ BBLS. Super, Extra, Heeker's j
4U\j\* Self-Raising and cindee Family
FLOUR, on band and for sah- low bv
Jun- :? ,L_A T. li. AGNEW.
riMHE lR'vN. I ; to 2 i nein-, wide, at Ute.
A complete assortment nf Hoop, Bod,
ll rae-shoe, Round and Square IKoN.-w
hand aii.l for .-a!.- low l>v
.lune :$ J. A" T. lt. AGNEW.
Spades, Shovels, Forks, &c.
ff A !>>>/.. Lon;; and Short Handled
Ol ' SHOVELS.
25 do/. SPA I ?ES.
15 .. Long and Short Handled Manure
Forks. Also, (lardeo Forks,Garden Hoes,
Garden hakea, < larden Ti owels, (?rain ( 'ra?
dies, Orifnn's Scythes, Ac. .lust received
and for ?ale low ?>T J. .V T. li. AGNEW.
milE subscribers have just received an
L assortment (d' CARRIAGE MATE?
RIALS, consisting in part of Spokes, Fil?
l?es, Shaft.-?, Carriage Bolts. Axle Clips,
Malleable Oas.bigs, Enamelled Cloth ami
Leather, Hash Leather, Whip Sockets,
Knobs, Lining N;:ils. Point and Sam!
Bands. Oil Carpet. Carriage Hinges,Coach
Bodv ami Itmitiing l'art Varnish. Japans,
Paints, Oils, Ac.
A I.Si I,
A nu) assortment nf Tu e Iron, from 11
to 2 inehi s wide, ai fi j ci nts per pound,
.inn. -j .1. A 1'. lt. AGNEW.
FIRE & 111 R?HR PROOF SAFES,
rTTHE undersigned have bren appointed
1 agents fV.r these superior SAFES,
Tin s.- 8af< s nr.- made with Hin e flanges
all other safes have but two. They have
Powder Proof Locks, au . thc locks an,I
bolts are protected with plates of hardened
sti i I, which is tho onl\ protection against
the burglars drill and themsertion of pow
der. Als... warranted free from dampness,
While these Sab s have m> superior m
quality, they aro furnished at moderate
pri?es at least 25to33jpci cent, less than
Herring's and other makers, while lb
quality cannot bc surpassed.
A sample Safe can DC si en at our ?torr,
ami orders will be taken at New York
price.,, with expenses of transportation
abided, and no charge for forwarding in
Charleston .1 .A T. It. AGNEW
Dis?oluticm of Cop?rtnerthip.
fTIH?'fim heretofore et?sting as ?Tit
X MEUS A BERRY ls thia day dissolved
by the withdrawal of Hr. M. H. BERRY.
Mr. GEORGE SYMMERS ls authorized to
collect all debts due tho concern, ana
would request those parties indebted to
call ?ad make a settlement at an earlv dav.
June 28,1866. M. H. BERRY.
The subscriber will ormtinue the GRO?
CERY and GENERAL COMMISSION BU?
SINESS at the old stand of Symmers &
Berry, opposite tho ruins of Janney'e Hotel,
and trusts by strict attention to business
to merit a Bnare of thc public patronage
Opposite ruins of Jannov's Hotel.
June 20 -
XTfE have, this day, received an addi
Yf tion to our slock ol OILS, compris?
ing; Opal, Tallow, Engine, Micca, Raw and
Boilod Linseed, Tanners', kerosene, Train,
Prints, chy and iu oil, inch as Chrome
and Paris Green, Yellow Ochre, Chrome
Yellow, Spanish Brown, Venetian Red, In?
dian Red, White and Red Lead, Raw and
Burnt Turkey Umber, Raw and Burnt
Sienna, ?Vc., ?c.
Varnishes of all kinds.
Coach Hardware, viz: Hubs. Spokes.
Felloes, Shafts, Euameled Cloth, ic, at
? June 20_FISHER ?t LOWRANCE. _
Bacon, Shoulders and Hams
"I pr HHDS. SIDES, to arrive, are offered
XO low, bv the bhfl., bv
^tmelS_FISHER & LOWRANCE.
STRAW, WOOL AND
FUR HATS ! !
COTERES AM) TWEEDS !
AT BEDUCED PJUCESI
WE ofter the balance of ?nu- stock of
SPRING and SUMMER GOODS AT
We have recently made a large addition
hi our ?tock of CASSIMERES, TWEEDS
anil HATS, and will receive, in a few days,
a Ure-e addition to our stock of CLOTII
Wo liavo tho largest assortment of HATS
td be found in tin** city, embracing all tl
??ho? Il st vie.-.
Our Ready-made Goods
?Vre mostly of our own manufacture; ano
those desiring n> patronize home produc- |
tiona ari- invited to call.
Dur stock of FRENCH and ENGLISH
CASSIMERES is large, and we will MAKE
10 ORDER at CORRESPONDING RE- i
lt. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,!
.lune J BEDELL'S ROW. !
Am munition !
k NEW ami complete assortment just
An elegant assortment of FISHING
TACKLE -Hods, Reels, Bobs, Hooks,
Lines, .Ve. At LOW PRICES.
P. W. KRAFT,
Washington street, opposite old Jail.
N. B.--Manufacturing and repairing
suhstantiallv and neatly executed.
Muy -it-; " ly
Through Freight Arrangements
From Colun??a, vi<? CJiarlestort,
To T&ouv Yorlt..
SOUTH CAROLINA lt. R. COMPANY.
COT.VMBIA, June 7. 1866.
fulton at per Bale, delivered in New York.
rilHE South Carolina Railroad Company
J and N< w York Steamers have arranged
a TH ROUGH TARIFF ON COTTON, which
obviates all unnecessary delay and ex?
pense. Shippers may consign to either
Willis ,v Cliisohn <>r Kavenel .v Co., agents
New York steamers at Charleston.
II. T. PEAKE,
Jnl\ :? fi Creneral Superintendent.
South Carolina Railroad Company.
GS 73- '^???^
RECE1 VING AND FORW'RD'G DEP'T,
t 'HAIU.KSTON, June 2.">, l st;*;.
nnHE South Carolina Railroad Company
I having re-established its Receiving
and Forwarding Office, Merchandize ami
Produce i-onsigned to its Agent, from the
inti rior to Northern ports and from North
I rn ports to tho interior, will be cared for
and shipped to the point of destination.
Consignments to lie forwarded l<y sea
must always !?. accompanied l>y bills of
lading and letter of advice, with instruc?
tions to insure, if desired.
June 2H E. N. FULLER. B. A F. Ag't.
Notice to Shippers.
flMlK Charlotte and Sont li Carolina Rail
I ro?d are prepared to give through re
i^oipts to N?.-w \ork, ria Portsmouth, on
cotton,at six dollars per bale. This rate
inclutb s all charges to the pointof de&tin
iitinn. JAMES ANDERSON,
June 1! Superintendent.
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CU AN GE CF TI M F!
C3 ::"n.'?T 1 3?s!TT^f??'2 .'??L?tiS?*
ON anti after SUNDAY, June 10,1866,
trains will tun as follows:
I.e.iv Charlotte at 11.15 p. m. and 4.3C
Th<- ll.l?p. m. train makes ijuick omi
lu-ctiotis with trains for th. North at Ra
leigh. a nd is t lie
QUICKEST AND MOST COM
PORTABLE ROUTE TO ALL
POINTS N O RT ll AND
W R S T FROM C< )
L U M II I A ! !
ee- THROUGH TICKETS can be had at
Charlotte to nil the Northern cities.
June .> Engineer and Snper't
NEW YORK' AND CHARLESTON
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Fare Reduced to $25.
I suming each Pori every Alternate
STE AMS HIP FLAMBEAU,
CAPT. G. M. WALKER.
CAPT. C. P. MAKHHMAJ?.
THESE STEAMSHIPS, offering ?very
inducement to SHIPPERS and th?
TRAVELING PUBLIC, having superior
accommodations for Passengers, with
tables supplied by every luxury tho Now
York and Charleston markets can afford;
and, for safety; speed and comfort, are un?
rivalled <?n tho coast.
CAPTAIN G. M. WALKST,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC
WHARF, on THURSDAY, July 5,
1806, at o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignments
to Now York.
For Freight or Passage apply at tho
Agents. WILLIS A CHISOLM,
June 29 North Atlantic Wharf.
COHEN, HANCKEL & CO.,
Factors ?'ind Commission Merchants,
No. 46 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
JACOB OOHES. C. V. il ANT K KT.. JOS. COHEN.
WILL sell COTTON, RICE, TOBACCO,
Naval Stores and all descriptions of
Produce or Merchandize. Will ship to
Northern and Foreign Ports, Ac. Will
make liberal advanccR on consignments for
sale or shipment. Mav 15
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THIS POPULAR and well known
HOTEL has been NEWLY FUR
.NiKHED throughout by tho present
proprietor, who has been sixteen years
connected with the establishment.
H. WHITE, Proprietor.
GEOIIOF. G. MIXER. Superintendent.
('HAS. A. MIXJ.F.K, Cashier. March 27
Old Newspapers for Sale,
BY the hundred or thousand, at
March_2 PHONIX OFFICE.
HEULINGS Patent Champion Fire,
burglar. Powder and Damp Proof
SAFES for sale. Tho only sure protection
from fire. I can furnish these Safes, all
sizes, at manufacturer's prices, freight
added. J. IL RENARD, Agent,
May 1*.) 2mo Columbia, S. C.
LEI; AND ARM COMPANY
HAYE established a branch office and ?
manufactory- at Columbia, S. C.
The improved AUTOMATIC LEG AND |
ARM manufactured by this company are
unsurpassed by any in the world.
Our workmen aro practical artificial leg
and arm makers - three of them wearing
logs of their own manufacture.
Our facilities are unsurpassed. Our
work warranted one year. Call and ex?
amine our specimens, or address
I ?AN NELLY, MARSHALL A CO.,
Seeger's Building, Columbia, S. C. ?
Offices- Madison, Ga., Nashville, Tenn., j
Columbia, S. C. May 27 2mo \
For the care if all tliose Diseases har?
ing their origin in a ritiated condi?
tion if tlo- im man system, ami tJiose
arising from any departure from the
lates of health, imprudence in living,
over-taxing nature, from too great in?
dulgence of every kind- calini/, drink
iug, working - trhereby nature suf?
fers erin tust iou.
neills chemical extract will be found an
JL invaluable restorative cordial for all
disi ases arising from an impure state of
the blood. Cutaneous eruptions, such as
lioils. Pimples. Carbuncles. Pustules,
Blotches, Roughness of the Skin, Scaly
Appearance ?d' the Cuticle, Totter, Ring?
worms and Itching Humors of the Skin,
tins purifier will remove, and impart
health and a life-glow to the complexion.
For Erysipelas, Scrofula or Eing's Evil,
bhoumatistn. Pains in the Bones, Stiffness I i
in the Joints, Old Ulcers, Want of Blood !
in the Parts, Syphilitic Sun s and Ulcers, \
and Impaired Constitutions arising fie '
those (lisiases, and from the too five Us, ?
of mercury. For General Debility, spring- |
ing from Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Weak?
ness and Pams m the Stomach, Liver Com?
plaint, or want of action in that organ 1
producing panis in the side or back, affect- j
mg the kidneys and bladder.
Females, at the period of change, will
lind it the best restorative to health anil j
strength, from all those weaknesses and
depressions of mind and body which fol
low nt this time of life.
Persons traveling South or living in warm j
climates, and all unacclimated, will lind tho |
Queen's Delight a gnat protection from
all those diseases which originate in a
change of climate, diet and life. j
A brief history of this remarkable medi?
cine will not be out of place here. Its pro?
perties as a remedy were first introduced !
to the notice of tho profession bj Dr. Phos.
Young Simons, of South Carolina, as early ;
as IS-J^, as a valuable alterative remedy in
syphilitic affections, and others requiring
tin: usc of mercury. Dr. simons' state?
ment* have been endorsed and extended '
by Dr. \. Lopez, of Mobile, and Dr. H. R. '
Frost, of Charleston. From the reports in
its favor, tli. re seems no roas,>n to donbt
(he efficacy of this medicine in Secondary :
Syphilis, Scrofula, Cutaneous Diseases",
(Chronic Hepatic Affections and other com- 1
plaints benefited by alterative medicines. I
For sale by ITsflER A HEINITSH, \
.Tune 29 Pharmacists, Columbia, 8. C. ?
STENHOUSE ??MAG AULAY,
1710B tho sale of COTTON, COTTON
? YARNS, SHEETINGS, Naval Store?,
Ac., and for the purchase of Merchandize
6G Pearl Street, New York. ? '
REFERENCES.-Scott ft Dash, Partridge *
Wells ft Co., Tannabill, Mcllvaine ft Co.|
MaTch, Price ft Co. New York; Dunlap.
Monenrc ft Co., Richmond, Va.; Thoma*
H. Rrem, John Wilkes, John L. Brown,
Charlotte, N. C.; Wilcox ic Hand, Fleming
ft Robinson, Augusta, Ga.; Nelson & Col?
vin, New Orleans.
Consignments to us from every point wi
the South fully protected by insurance as
soon as shipped. June 29
J. E. STENHOUSE. ALLAN MACAULAY.
SOUTHERN BANK NOTES!
SOUTHERN SECURITIES !
Bought and sold on commission by
LAWRENCE BROTHERS & CO.,
NO. V, ILL STREET. NEW YORK.
M'NEY received on deposit from banka,
. bankers, merchants and others. Or?
ders in Gold, Government and other Secu?
rities executed at the regular Stock Ex?
change by a member of the firm. Consign?
ments of Cotton "solicited.
DEWITT C. LAWRENCE. JOHN R. CECIL.
CYRCH J. LAWRENCE. WM. A. HALSTEI>.
'S -^e> BO?^?lEi*
sc ? ??(? 5 _ C*"1 v ts g ? -
MSC ? *s ? ? so-?*
Se"-?? ?o* e ?.
KO <a_T3 no-^ra o.
AGENTS WANTED to sell our new
series of Card Photographs of PRO?
MINENT MEN of the South. 100,000 have
ilready been sold. Agents are making$10
?ver day. Send for letter of agency. En
dose ?>, and we will send a good assort?
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IX1TED STATES TYPE F0UNDR?
NOS. 28, 30 and 82 Centre street, (corner
of Reade street, ) New York. The type
on which this paper ie printed ia from the
above Foundry. Nov 18
The State of South Carolina.
To J. C. Janney. W. B. Stanley and oOun.
Managers of Elections for Ricldand Dis
WHEREAS Edwin J. Scott, Esq., who,
at the general election held in Octo?
ber, 1865, waa chosen a member of the
Honse of Representatives for thc Election
District of Richland, to serve for two years,
has resigned his seat; and whereas Ute
Constitution of the State of South Caroli?
na directs that in Buch a case a writ of
election shall be issued by the Speaker of
the House of Representatives, for tho pur?
pose of tilling the vacancy tims occasioned,
for the remainder of the term for which
the men. ocr so resigned was elected to
Now, therefore, yon and each of you, are
hereby required, after due advertisement,
and with strict regard to all the provisions
r)f the Constitution and laws of thc said
State, touching your dnty in such case, to
hold an election for a member of the House
of Representatives for the Election District
aforesaid, to servo for the remainder of the
term for which the said Edwin J. Scott was
sleeted; the polls to be opened at tho vari?
ous places of election in the said District,
?n TUESDAY, the 10th day of July next,
bv thc various sets of managers for thoee
places respectively; said managers to count
the votes publicly immediately after the
linal closing of the polls at tho precincts
where the votes have been taken; make
nit a certificate of the result, to bo signed
by the managers, or a majority of them,
ind taken to the Court House ot said Dis?
trict, or place now fixed bv law for count?
ing tho votes, on "Wednesday, the 11th day
>f July, on or before 4 o'clock p. m., by ono
ar more of tho said managers; ana tho
managers, or a majority of them, who may
is semble, shall proceed to examine the
aforesaid statement, jtvnd doclare tho result
>f the election.
ThU writ, tog? wier with your return of
he eb ction to be he'd under it, have be
Hou ol Representatives at its
i- \i mu, ung alii. ?0 i lection.
'A* i tu ens, the Hon. Charles H. Simonton,
Esq.. Speaker of the House of Reprc
st itatives, at Columbia, thia twenty-fifth
day of June, in tho year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred ami sixty-six.
CHARLES H. SIMONTON,
Speaker of House of Representatives.
JOHN T. SLOAN, Clerk ?d' the House o!
In pursuance of the above order, an
ELECTION will be held at tho various pre
iincts in Richland District, on TUESDAY,
,ho tenth dav of July next, for one REP?
RESENTATIVE, to till the vacancy ocea
doned by the resignation of Edwin J.
?cott, Esq. J. C. JANNEY.
Ch ai rm au Board nf Managers.
At the Sign of the Golden Pad-Lock.
4 FULL assortment of Table and Pocket
?\_ CUTLERY, SCISSORS, ftc, in store
md for sale low by JOHN C. DIAL.
Grain Cradles, Grain Fans, &c.
At the Sion of the '.Olden Pad-Lock,
k FULL supply of GRAIN CRADLES,
/TL Grain Fans, Scythe Blades, Scythe
?tones, Fan Wire, Riddles, ftc, in store
ind for sale low for cash.
Mav 26 JOHN 0. DIAL.