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BY JULIAN A. SELBY. < - COLUMBIA, S. C., THURSDAY MOTIN IN G, JUNE 28. 1866~ VOLUME i I-NO . -SfT *
PUBLISHED DAILY ANO TIU-WEEELY.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY.!
.STATE AND CITY PBINTK*. j
TERMS-TN*Al) VA NC E.
Daily Paper, six months.#4 (X) i
Tri-Week!v, " " .. 2 50 !
Weekly, " ". I 5ft \
Inserted at 75 cents per square for alie first .
insertion, and 50 cents for each Subsequent. |
Weekly 75 cents each insertion.
M?r A liberal discount Made on Hie above j
rates when adeertiseuieiit.* are inserted hy \
the nwnth or year.
SOT Special notices 10 cents a line.
S. P. Kinard, Newberry.
Samuel Dronthitt, Greenville C. H.
Wm. Moore, Abbeville C. H.
Julius Poppe, Anderson C. H.
For the following timely hints on
this snbject. we are indebted to the
Charleston Weekly Record:
There are two great prejudices now
cherished in some Southern minds
against white immigration. The first
relates to the introduction of strang' *
into our lovely and fruitful count* ;
the other relates to the impractica?
bility of their residence in the South.
We coll them prejudices, for they
are nothing more, being without a
basis of sound reason.
Who were our grand-fathers?
French Protestants, English, Scotch,
Irish and Germans. "Who are we?
Nothing more nor less than their de?
scendants. Shall we presume to set
np a law of exclusiveness against the
further introduction of the races of !
which we are direct descendants? j
The attempt is unreasonable, it is
absurd and puerile. We have no !
sneers for those who are able to boast j
a noble ancestry-albeit we may- not |
think it of mnch practical value in j
Ulis living age of effort and individual
excellence. Bnt we protest against
?flowing the question of pedigree to ?
cripple to ns and to our children the !
resources of this glorious land, only j
now awaiting the development of in- j
What we are, the children und |
grand-children of these emigrants ?
will become, with the simple differ
enoe that oar children have the start
in the race of naturalization, affinity j
and conformity to the country. But |
we protest on other ground, lt' our
country hos any peculiarity now, it is
its accessibility to' all order-loving,
industrious and enterprising people,
and to all intelligent and progressive
enterprises. The wisest niterance j
that President Johnson has yet given j
forth is, "The day of monopolies is i
past," and we cannot deny that j
slavery was a monopoly to ii very ;
great extent. If the system had any |
weakness-considered in the light of
political economy-it certainly was at i
this point it had the stultifying effect
Di monopolies. We argued, it is true,
that its humanizing result in tho pro?
tection and elevation of the African ;
race was the compensating effect, and
no donbt it was so to a great extent. |
But now the whole structure, politi?
cally, morally, commercially, socially
and agriculturally, has dissolved,
"like the baseless fabric of a vision," !
and the monopoly being removed, as ?
honest and intelligent men ne are
bound not merely to tolerate, but to
Invite, the friction and. progress that j
is the result of healthy competition
in labor, and it is found for this sec- j
tion in white immigration alone.
The other prejudice is eqnally base- \
less. We do not deny but that there
are particular sections, and perhaps
particular employments, or certain
aorta of culture, where the white man
cannot operate; but how many square
miles of rich virgin soil in the South |
invite the most delicate race to settle? j
We dabble too much in theories. We ;
have too much of the "old fogy,"
stubborn spirit that will not be con?
vinced. Our fathers came here,
flourished and were happy before tho
African race ever came here, and the
same thing can be repeated.
~y?-n to the fear that the white niau
will not come because the virgin soils 1
of the West invite him, it is no ob- '
jection at all. When the virgin soil |
of Minnesota and Oregon produces j
cotton, and not corn and pumpkins,
then may we entertain the fears we
now cherish on that point.
Our readers must excuse us, but
we expect to say something further
on this subject, for it is tho great po?
The charge against Genera] Kil?
patrick, Minister to Chili, referred to
in our telegrams, a few days ago, is
that, by virtue of his position, he
imposed an abandoned woman-a no?
torious Aspasia-upon the best fami?
lies of the city to which ho had been
sent, and has made the most open
parade of his infamous licentious?
THE FRIEDMAN'S BTJREAU.-Gen?- ?
ruis Steedaian und Fullerton's investi- i
Satinus, in Mississippi, disclose abun- :
ant evidence of dishonesty in tho (
management on the part of Bureau j
adapts, most of whom, however, have j
bwi recently removed.
LTuder Col. Thomas' administra
tion, groat irregularities prevailed ut j
Columbus. According to_the state- j
monts of Citizen?, fees were taken for
the approval of contracts and for pro?
curing labor. Bribes were received,
and the two first agents appointed re?
turned enriched. At Grenada, Chap?
lain Livermore, a reverend Bureau !
agent there, displayed remarkable
speculative propensities. He chargea
fees ranging from a quarter of a dol
lav upwards, for every conceivable
thing-fees" for marrying Freedmen
and foes for permits to marry. Xo j
Ash was too small that came into Iiis
net One darkey owed him $1.54)
and had only 31 to meet tho claim, j
Livermore took his wallet and jack- j
knife for the bulauce. Ho sold pork,
potatoes and captured runion to citi?
zens. He made arrests and convicted
or acquitted, according to thc pecu?
niary argument employed. When his j
real practices wore exposed, he offered i
?50 tb any one who would use suth- j
cicnt influence to keep him in his po- j
sition. This man declares his inten-.
tion of returning to Illinois with $10,
000 in his pocket. Ile was removed, |
in February last, by Col. Thomas,
and placed under arrest for H short
time, but nothing further was don?
with him. Like Gen. Saxton, ho
took his record with him.
The Bureau duties, in this Stat.-,
aro now discharged, most satisfacto- j
rily, exclusively by the military oi
fieers of the department.
??ovnx STJTT.-The Governor id' j
Virginia is about to inaug?rate pro- j
ceedings for tho recovery of jurisdic-1
tion over the Counties of Jefferson
and Berkeley, which, it will be reruem
bered, were transferred to tho soi
disant State of "West Virginia. It is j
stated that he has retained Judge Cur- !
tis, of Boston, to assist the Attorney
General and Mr. Hunter io conduct?
ing the proceedings. We are not in?
formed what particular course of pro- j
eednre tho Governor has decided on,
or to what tribunal he will address \
himself. The case is n novel one, |
wholly without preeedentin thisconn-1
try. Xco- Vori: Kars.
lt is reported that Governor Fair- ,
child. of Wisconsin, will not call an j
extra session of the Legislature of I
that State, unless there is a unanimity
of action in all the States.
AMOM?; ?air arrivals for thc week, which :
is one of tht- LARGEST SHIPMENTS i
YET RECEIVED, xviii be fonnd the follow- ?
?OOHS Vf OLD PBI??ES :
IUD pi? t i a various tiranda LONGCLO'l H. ,
3tm ?' Brown SHIRTING and SHEET?
30 piece* CASSIMERES and JEANS.
200 . FANCY PRINTS.
30 .' blaek and White- Prints".
20 Linen Drill.
5'. '" Swina, Nainsook anti Jaconet
20 pieces 1 rihli Linen .
Bleached Linen l??ni;i-k.
bi .. lilack Sdk.
r> Lun n Sheeting.
20 "' t'ellon
100 ?? Mosquito Netting.
Towelling, of every description
Linen Shut), and Drawers.
oK.r riiKK rn H
N 0 T i ? H S !
Small PALM FANS.
Lace Buttons, button Rings.
"HairNetM, Bell and Trimming flit.hon
? Turkey Ked.
Ph alon's Night Blooming Ceri ns.
Anil other articles too numerous- to uii-n
SHIVER & BECKHAM.
Iron! Iron! Iron!
j (JURE IRON, )it< - inches wide, at 64e.
A somplote assortment of Houp, Rod,
Horse-shoe, Round and Square [RON. on
. hand and for sale low by
.June J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
I Spades, Shovels, Forks, &c.
j rid OO/. Lon? and Short Handled
1 OH SHOVELS.
i 25 doz. SPADES.
1". .' Long ami Short Handled Manure
' Fork.--. Als,?, Garden Forks, Garden Hoes,
' (larden Bukes, Garden Trowel?, Grain Cra?
dles, (mimi's Scvthes, Ac Just received
and fur sale lew b> J Je T. R AGNEW
THE subscriber? bog leave lo inform j
their patrons, and the public generally,
that, on account of tho advancing tenden- j
cy of DEY GOODS, they have MADE j
LARGE ADDITIONS TO THEIR STOCK,
to secure to buyer? CHEAP GOODS and j
themselves QUICK SALES; and aH who j
may favor us with their custom will have j
tho advantage of our system of quick I
sates and short profits.
July IP. SHIVER & BECKHAM. !
MESSRS. EDITONS: Please announce L. D. j
CHILDS, Esq.. as a candidat?- for thc Le- j
miniature, to fill thc vacancy caused by the j
resignation of E. J. Scott, Esq.
Jnly 1 E PLU RI BUS TJNTJM.
FOB THE LEGISLATDES. j
MR. E. J. SCOTT having resigned his j
position as a member of thc Legislature ;
for RichlamLXJistrict, we respectfully nomi- j
nate Major J. P. THOMAS to lill the va?
cancy. He is an old resident-identified
by hirth and education with us. He is a
ripe scholar, possess m g a well-balanced
and comprehensivo mind, that eminently I
qualifies him for a legislator.
Jnne 28 MANY VOTERS.
FOR SHERIFF |
P. H. B. SHULER is respectfully au- ,
uounced as a candidate for SHERIE!' of j
Richland District, at Ute election to l>e \
held on the third MONDAY in April nest.
Jnne 5 tl? MANY FRIENDS. \
Butcher's Lightning Fly-KIUer
.Makes quick work with flies, and if com- j
m en ced early, keeps the house clear all \
summer. Look out for imitations. Get
DITCHER'S only. Jone 26 Imo ?
.MAHK1AOE AM) CELIBACY; An j
Essay of Warning and Instruction for j
Young Men. Also, Diseases and Abusos !
which prostrate the vital powers, with sure; ?
means of relief. Sent free of charge in I
sealed lotter envelopes. Address Dr. J.
SKILLIN HOUGHTON. Howard Associa?
tion, Philadelphia,Pa. Vpril 10 Sino
COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.
This celebrated Toilet Soap, in such I
universal demand, i* made from the |
?Unirent materials, i-< mlltl and emol
lient in its nature, fragrantly scented,
and extremely beneficial in its action
upon the skin. For salo.by sll Druggists j
and Fancy Gooda Dealer*. March 28 1\ j
KATCHEJuOK'S HAIR BYK.
The Original and Rest tn the World. I
Tho only true and perfect HAIR DYE. 1
Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous. '
Produces immediately a splendid Black or '
natnr.d Brown, without injuring the hair
or ?kin. Remedies the ill effects of hail
dyes. Sold by all Druggists. Thegenuine'
is signed William A. Batchelor. Also, PE- j
GENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLE- '
FLEURS, for Restoring and Beautifying !
the Hair. CHARLES BATCHELOR.
Oct 25 ly New York.
For the cure of ail those Diseases har-\
tu// their origin in a vitiated .. .judi- i
ti on of the human system, and those\
arising frum a>ij/ departure from the
laws if health, imprudence in li ring, !
. ,ccr-taxing nature, from too great in?
dulgence of every kind-coting, drink?
ing, working- where!,// nature suf?
riiHIS chemical extract will be found an j
X invaluable restorative cordial for all
diseases arising from an impure state ofi
the blood. Cutaneous eruptions, such as
Roils. Pimples, Carbuncles. Pustule*, j
Blotches, Roughness of the skin. Scaly
Appearance of tho Cul ide, Tetter, Ring?
worms and Itching Humors of tho Skin, j
this purifier will remove, and impart :
health and a life-glow to the complexion, i
Tor Erysipelas, Scrofula or King's Evil,
Rheumatism, Pains in the Rone.-, Stiffness
in the Joints, Old Ulcers, Want of Blood
in the Parts, Syphilitic Sores and fleers,
and Impaired Constitutions arising from
those diseases, and from tin: too free use
ol mercury. F'or General Debility, spring?
ing from Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Weak?
ness and Pains m the Stomach, Liver Com?
plaint, or want of action in that orsau
producing pains in the side or back,affect?
ing the kidneys and bladder.
Females, at the period of change, will
ti nd it the best restorative to health and
strength, from all those weaknesses and
depressions of mind and body which '.'"I
low at this time of lite.
Persons traveling South <>r living in warm
climates, and allunacclimated, wil? 'nd the
Queen's J>clight a great protection hom
all those diseases which originate m a
change of climate, diet and life.
A brief history of this remarkable medi?
cine will not be ont of place hore. Its pro
perties us a remedy were first introduced
to the notice of the profession by Dr. Thos.
Young Simons, (if South Carolina, as early
as lH?s, as a valuable ?Iterative remedy in
syphilitic affections, and others requiring
tin- use of mercury. Dr. Simons state?
ments bave been endorsed and extended
ny Dr. A. Lopez, of Mobile, ?.nd Di. H. R.
Frost, of Charleston. Fruin the reports in
its favor, there seems no reason to doub
the efficacy of this mehi in? in Secondary
Syphilis, Scrofula, Cutaneous Disoascs.
Chronic Hepatic Affections and other com?
plaints benefited bv alterative medicines.
Foi r,ale by FISHER A HEINITSH,
June 29 Pharmacists. Columbia, S. C
AFULL assortment of bent quality I
fast Steel CIRCULAR SAWS, from 8
to 52 inches in diameter, Just received and
for salo low bv J. A T. R. AGNEW. 1
TUST received (rora auction, a pood sup?
ply of first quality BLACKING, mauu
facturod hy Chas. Watson, late foreman to j
J. 8. Mason A Co., and for sale at thc fol
lowing low prices: No. 1, 30 cents per :
dozci; No. 2, 40 cents per dozen; No. S, 50 |
cents per dozen:No. 4, G5 cents per do/en. 1
June 26 J. A T. Ii. AGNEW.
BITTER, ECGS AND POTATOES. ;
CHOICE COUNTRY BUTTER, FitF.SH
EGGS, new Irish Potatoes and prime ;
Sweet Potatoes. Just received and for |
sale by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Bim" Carolin ?un copy. June 23 '
C1HOICE PICKLED PORK, -lu-u re
j Ceived and For palo by
June 23 J. A T\_R. AGNEW_.
Mackerel! Mackerel! ! '
-| f\f\ PACKAGES MACKEREL, CCV.
lV/U sistiuK of barrels, halt bairds,
quarter barrels an.I Kits, on hand and foi
sale by ,T. A T. R. .. ONEW.
C9" Carol i II in II copy. Jvr.e 2-3
Sardines and Herrings. j
.rr i\f\ QB. BONES SARDINES.
? J VJ V." UKI Boxes Smoked Herrings. ?
10 Buts. Pickled Herrings, st 40 cents ;
per dozen. J. A T. R. AGNEW.
June 'si Carolinian copv. j
Satin Gloss Starch.
BOXES DURYEAS SATIN GLOSS i
?5O STARCH, the best article in use for
latmdrv purposes. Just received ami tor;
Bale by* J. A T. B. AGNEW. j
Fresh Arrivals, i
~\"TTE arc daiiv adding to our vari?ttr of
VV choice G?OCEHlEt?, .i?:J have just
received a snpplv ol' the following, "iz ?
Fresh MACKEREL, in eau?
Fresh SALMON, in cans.
CBANBEKRY SAUCE, in ..ans ;
Hoad Beef, in cans.
Green Corn, in cans.
Pic Fruits, assorted, m glass
Lemon Svrnp, in ;;lass.
June 22 ' J. A X. P.. AGNEW. I
CURRANT JELLY !
STBAWBERP.Y JE Ll i
borden's Condensed Milli.
Extracts Strawberry, 'wiulla, Banana, j
Pine Apple and Lora'?/,
Plain " i
" B ronni.
Pure Spices, prou.vl and tw.cle
Preserved Canton Ginget
Andrews' Yeast Powders
Quarter and half boxes SKuluits *?
Walnut C at-nj..
London Club Sane. .
Jn>-t received and for ?.ai.- lo
_June Itt J. A T. H. AGNEW, j
Bacon Sides, Shoulders and
lit HHPS, prime BACON SIDES and !
2 libel*. Sitgar-cnred Breakfast Snip...
On hand ?ind foi sale low bv
Jule- 15 J. A '1'. i:. AGNEW. _
Hams! Hams! Hams! I
CCHOICE NEW YORK CITY SUGAR
CURED HAMS, just received and for :
sale at 25 cents pei pound. Call S'">on, be- i
fore thev are nil sold.
June '.? J. A T. R. AGNEW. j
.)f\f\ RBLS. Super, Extra. Heekers
wx t\ J Self-Raising and choice Familv ?
FLOUR, on hand and for .-ale low bv " :
Jun.- ;? .1. A T. K. AGNEW.
fry HE subscribers have just received an'
L assortment of CARRIAGE MATE- .
lil ALS. consisting in part ol' Spokes. Eel- |
Iocs, Shafts, Carriage Bolts. Axle Clips.
Malleable Cas.inga, Enamelled Cloth and
I., athcr, Dash Leather. Whip Sockets,
Knobs, Lining Nails, Point und Sand
Hands, Oil Carpet, Carriage Hinges, Coach
Body and Rtmuin^ Part Varnish, Japans,
Paints, (til-, Ac.
A full assortment of Tire Iron, from 1?
to 2 inches wide, at cents per pound,
June _' .'. A T. lt. AGNEW.
FIRE & BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
TITHE undersigned have been appointed
_L agents for these superior SAFES.
These Safes are mad'' with three flanges
all other safes have hut two. Thevns.vi
Powder Proof Locks, and the lucks and
bolts arc protected wit h platt? of hardened
steel, which is the only protoction agaiust
thc burglars drill and t he insert i',. otp
der. Also, warranted free from di apf.csa.
While these Sates have no siti.vtior m
quality, they arc furnished at moderate
prices-at hat 251 >33i per cent, less-than
Herring's and ethe: makers, while* the
quality cannot he surpassed.
A sample Safe can tx seen at our store,
and orders will Li' taken at New York
prices, with expenses of transportation
added, aud no cha:?j? for forwarding in
Charleston TT & T. P. AGNEW.
NgW GOODS !
PBINTS -now strict?.
COTTON ADES, DENIM?.
LINENS, fur Gent's anti U<.\? w. ai
LINEN LUSTERS, GINGHAMS.
White Swiss, Plaid and Striped Swi.f.
Plaid and Striped Nainsodc.
Jaconets, Long Lawn.
Linen Handkerchiefs, lash: Glover.
All at REDUCED PRICES.
TOLLESON & J^NNEY.
And for Sale Cheap I
~f\ BOXES TOBACCO -choie*, ?rades.
OU io tow
10, ?SEGARS genuine Rio H.o?do.
5,ouo " -low "rades.
2n bales COTTON YARNS-8 to 12.
i.0 backets Heidsick Champagne.
50 do.T. Madeira, Port.Sberry anil ct tret
10 doz. Lemon Svrup.
several cases of Old COGN AC BRANDY.
10 bbls. Bourbon Whiskev.
n.O " Con.
75 bbls. Flour.
800 bushels Corn.
50 kita Mackerel.
50 bbls. Coffee Sugars,
'?it " common Brow? Sugar*
25 baps Coffee.
300 bluies Sardines. loo LOA?? Hell ings, j
JANNEY & TOLLESON.
6?0DS i " ~~ I
Wholesale & Retail, i
O^. PIECES POPLINS DE PARIS.
?ZO 20 '. FRENCH GRENADINES.
M piteen Embroid'd und Pi?in Borates. -
i0 " French Waaarabique. ,
3C " Borage Anglais, at 37* 7d.
50 " Cha?nes-very pretty-37* 7d.
25 " French Print*-.
200 " Fancy
'?00 '' Lawns ?nd Jaconets.
Just received, a fine assortment ..j SEA- '
SIDE HATS, WREATHS and FE VTHI.Rs. !
Bombazines, o-4 bl*ok DeLaine.
S--1 lilack and Wltite Beragc, b>r shawls .
Jaconet, Swiss and Nainsook Muslin.-. I
Piaid a'id Soft Finished Cambrics
White and Colored ?rtiliAnt.
Trail Hoop Skirts.
Embroid'd and Linem-iifts and illaro.
Corsets, French Fans.
200 pieces Bleached Shirtinge
25 " 8-10 and ll Qr. Sheetings
Balea 3-4, 7-8 and 4-4 Shirtings.
Hosiery-all prices and ouahtioe.
Cloths," Caasimeres, DrsiiJ d'Eie.
Linens, Nankcnett. Ac, for gent's wt.ar. :
ALSO, AT WHOLES ALF ONLY !
20 cases Ladies' Bootees.
10 " " Slippers.
10 " Glen's Congress Booti:.
ir- .. Laffing Shoes.
10 ." .. andI.estbei Pomp? j
Alargo stock ot La<h>s Hats, trimmed !
and untrimmed. . j
Gent's Felt and Leghorn Huts
10,000 Colored and White Envelop* .
Foolscap, Note end Letter Paper
Large stock of Clothing.
TOLLESON ? JAXNEYA
Uongaree Jockey Club.
TXrEDNESDAY, Jnlv I. Purse flOo
\\ Mile Heats-for Horses mn rained,
never having won a mile race. I'wo or j
more to star;.
THURSDAY, July 5. -Pm - tlO? Mile
Heats - to bc trotted for in harness. Open
to all Horses that have never won a mile
heat race. Two or moro i" statt.
FRIDAY, July ii. Mile Heats i o *
$200. Freo for'ali running Horse?;. JVo
.ir more to start.
SATURDAY, July 7.-Purse *200. Open
for all Trotting Horses, Mares or Geldings,
t</ harness. Mile Heats, best tv\o ni three,
two or more to start to make a race.
SAME DAY. July 7. Purse ?1?0. Dash
of One Mile - free for all running Horses.
Two or more to start.
Tho first Race on each da% to commence
at THREE O'CLOCK P. M. Each entry
10 percent., to be addeiltoeach dav's purse.
June lt! L. T. LEVIN, Secretary.
sort ment just
An elegant assortment ol FISHING
TACKLE-Rods, RMIS, H..bs. Hooks,
Lin.--, Ac. At LOW PR ICES.
p. w. KR Arr,
Washington street, opposite >V\ Jail.
N. 1!. Manufacturing and repairing
substantially and neatlv f-tecuted.
Mav26 " Iv
HAMS and LARD.
mm k mm.
ALIMITED amount of GOLD abd SIL?
VER. FISHER Sc LOWRANCE.
STRAW. WOOL AND
FUR HATS ! !
MERES WU TWEEDS '.
AT REDUCED PRICES!
WK offer tli. balance nf om si.,. !. ?1
SPRING and SUMMER GOOPS V
Wo have recently made .t large addition
to our r,tock of CASSIMERKS, TWEEDS
and HATS, and will receive, ju a few day?
a large addition room- stork nf CLOTH
We have tho largest assortment ot'RA ? "s
to be fmnd in this city. embracing ??I ; '
Om Ready-made Good.-*
Are mostly of our own manufacturo; ?co.
those desiring to patronize h.uno preda?
tions are invited to call.
Our stock of FRENCH and ENGLISH
CASSIMERES is large, and we will MAKE
TO ORDER at CORRESPONDING RE?
R. & W. C. WARFIELD,
June 2 _ BEDELL'S ROW.
Legs and Arms.
LEG AND ARM COMPANY
HAVE established a branch office ?md
manu?actorv at Columbia, S. C.
The improved AUTOMATIC LEG AND
ARM manufactured hy this company ar.
unsurpassed by any in tho world.
Ocr workmen are practical artificial leg
undana makers- three of them bearing
legs of their own manufacture.
Our facilities are unsurpassed. Our
work warranted one year. Call and ex?
amino our specimens, or address
DANNELLY, MARSHALL .* CO.,
Seeger'* Building, Columbia, S. C.
Ofnces-Madison, Ga., Nashville, Tonn.,
Coln m bia, S. C._3 fae 27 2mu
HERRING'S Patent Champion Fire.
Burglar, Powder (ind D'anip Proel
9At'ES for sale. The only sure protection
from tir*. I eau furnish these Safes, ull
size?, at manufacturer's prices, freight
added. J. H. KIN ARD, Agont,
May ly limo Columbia, S. C
SCOTT & MCMASTER
ARE now prepared to issue LIFE, FIB!
MARINE .ind ACCIDENTAL POLI
U.S. Ofth- No. .. Law Bange, Co
.ambla, s. C.
HENRY E. SCOT! i W. MCMASTER
.Tune 7 Imo*
GIBBES & HUGGINS,
RISKS against Fin taken in tho follow
ing Companies, ;tt fsir rates, and nv
charge for police*:
NORTH AMERICAN COMPANY.
CON'TlNENTAL COMPAS V.
VIRGINIA STATE COMPANY
\1 El BO Pul. ITA N COMPANY,
SEN MUTUAL COMPANY
EXCHANGE n Sew York tua Charle*
ton bought and sold; dealers in Sto^-L-.,.
Bonds, .V.c. L'he highest prico paid foi
Gold, Si'.er and bank Notes.
JAMES G. GIBBES. GEO. HUGGINS,
Onice Plain street, Columbia, S. C.
May 19 3mo
H E. NICHOLS,
Gurner <T/" Assembly au<l Washington St$
COLUMBIA S. C ,
REPRESENTS a number of tte beat
both Northern and Southern-?ompa
nies, posse-sin^ an aggregate capital ol
LIFE. FIRE, MARINE
INLAND AND ACCIDEN?
TAL RISKS taken on equi?
table rterms, and all losses
?iyPolicies made payable
in Gold or Currency.
March i 6mo*