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Cable Desi??tenes. LONDON, June 15.-The English papers applaud Reverdy Johnson's appointment. The Times says no envoy could be sent here who would be hailed with more confidence as tho honored spokesman of a great na? tion. The Daily News says he will Represent tho United States as a whole, not sectionally. . Sew? Item?. WASHINGTON, Jone 15.-In the Senate, bills were introduced facili? tating the settlement of the Price cases in the Northern Districts of Florida; also, relative to coast de? fence and the further security of life on steam propelled vessels. The national currency bill was resumed and discussed all day. Adjourned. In tho House, under tho regular call, among others, a bill was intro? duced, amending the homestead law; also, regulating habeas corpus; also, dividing Texas, and providibg for the admission of fractions; also, author? izing the Secretary of War to deliver certain arms to Southern States for their militia, immediately upon tho discontinuance of the military govern? ments therein. The tax bill was recommitted, and the committee ordered to report as early as possible. Tho Senate bill, amending the charter by whieh the soldiers* votes are ig? nored and the oity government placed under radical control, was passed. The House refused to enter? tain Logan's resolution looking to tho removal of the capitol. Ad? journed. Surratt's counsel announced them? selves ready. The prosecution asked for a postponement. The oourt fixed next Monday for the day of trial, when, if the prosecution is not ready, bail would bo given Surratt. Mr. A. R. Lamar, of Columbus, Georgia, is here, in the interest of the young men now imprisoned by the military authorities for alleged implication in the murder of Ash? burn. Circumstances conneoted with the arrests have been published here and excite astonishment and indigna? tion. RICHMOND, June 15.-The case of John Anderson, Collector of the Fourth District, and others, charged with conspiring to defraud the Go? vernment, was concluded to-day. Judge Chase sentenced Anderson to $10,000 fino and two years in thc penitentiary; Patterson, $5,000 fino and two years in the penitentiary; Elsom, $5,000 fine and two years iu the penitentiary; Gouldman, $2,000 fine and ono year in the penitentiary. RALEIGH, June 15.-William W. Holden, Governor elect of North Carolina, issues his proclamatiou to? morrow, convening the Genoral As? sembly on Wednesday, the 1st day of July next. State offio?rs will bo in? stalled, it is understood, as soou as their disabilities have been removed, except such ns aro already qualified who, it is presumed, will comply with tho law of Congress just passed. NEW ORLEANS, June 15.-General Buchanau has relieved tho New Or? leans Gi* Compauy from tho action of General Ranks' order of March 15, 1864, requiring the said company to trausfer to the Quartermaster's De? partment till stock standing ou the books in the name of persons in civil or military service during the war. FORTRESS MONROE, June 15.-The British bark, Istria, from New Or? leans for Liverpool, ran ashore off Capo Hatteras and went to pieces. Thc crew numbered twenty-six-three were saved. Tho steamer Nevada also went to pieces. 5S5 1 111 11 'J FINANCIAL AND COAISIKHCIAL. NEW YORK, June 15-Noon.-Flour 5@10c. lower. Wheat l@2c. lower. Corn unchanged. Mess pork quiet, at 2S}$j. Lard quiet. Cotton steady, at 20. Freights dull. Money 3@4, Gold 40} ?. 7 P. M.-Cotton opened steady, but closed drooping-sales 900 bales, at 28,.i@29. Flour dall-Southern 9.30@15. Wheat dull. Corn opened firm, but closed at a decline. Mess pork steady-new firstname.lastname@example.org; old email@example.com. Lard a shade firmer kottle 17%@18%. Gold 40%. NEW ORLEANS, June 15.-Cotton quiet and firmer-middlings 27'.J; sides 730 bales; receipts 59. Gold i?. Sugar and molasses dull and itu changed. Flour dull-superfine 8.25 @8.5u. Corn firstname.lastname@example.org. Oats dull, at 79,'.,. Bacon firmer-shoulders 13J.?; clear 17J?@17J?. Lard easy tierce 19; keg 20. AUGUSTA, Juno 15.-Cotton market uuchanged; sales 130 bales-mid? dling 28. CHARLESTON, June 15.-Cotton dull aud nomiual; sales 100 bales-mid? dling 28; receipts 47. MOBILE, June 15.-Cotton market quiet; sales 30 bales; receipts 14 middlings 2G^. BALTIMORE, June 15.-Cotton very steady, at 30. Corn dull-yellow email@example.com; white 1.17. Oats dull, at 91@95. Rye dull, at 75. Mess pork dull, at 28. Bacon firm-shoulders 14@14>?. Lard 19. LONDON, June 15-3 P. M.-Con? sols 94%@95. Bonds 72J?@73. LIVERPOOL, June 15-3 P. M. Cotton buoyant-prices nnohanged. LIVERPOOL, June 15-Evening. Cotton irrregular; sales 10,000 bales -uplands 10^@10%; Orleans 1078' @11. -. Sommer Beverages, &c. WILL open Monday morning, 1 cask I Fronen Table Claret, 2 barrels | Newark Cider, 10 oases Claret "St. Julien Med oe," 5 oases Rhine Wine, Hochheimor tc Lief br au milch ; 1 quarter cask Xemenes Sherry, 1 quarter cask Madoria, 1 quarter cask Amontilado Sherry, 10 barrels Whis? key, assorted gu ali tics; 1 puncheon Hol? land Gin, "Pnnco of Orango;" 1 quarter cask Blackberry Brandy, very Uno; Zin? gari, Hostotters, Carocoa and Stomach Bitters. Flavoring Extracts, Pine Apple, Vanil? la, Rose, Lemon, Celory, Strawberry and Raspberry: all of tho best quality. French Mushroons, Mushroon Catsup, Worcestershire Sauce; Pickled and Canned Oysters, Peach, Pine Applo, Ac. Italian Maccuroni ana Vcrmccclli. Fresh Egg, Batter, Cream, Soda and other Crackers. Prime Goshen Batter, Smoked Salmon and Orango Brand Hams received weekly; and together with all other concomitants of a first class Grocery Store, offered at lowest market rates for cash. Juno 14_GEORGE SYMMER3. TO RENT. POSSESSION given on tho Otb of July next-a commodious DWELLING, with largo Lot, Garden and Outbuildings, next door to Mr. E. J. Scott's. Juno 14_3 Final Notice to Tax Payers. CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, COLUMBIA, Juno 13,18G8. ALI. persona in arrears for City Taxes, aro notified that executions will bo placed in the hands of the Shcrif) of this District, for the collection of tho samo, if | not paid before the 1st of JULY next. This requirement will bo rigidly enforc? ed, and will admit of no exceptions. J. S. McMAHON, City Clerk. Juno 14_12 Notice to Water Tenants. CIT? CLERK'S OFFICE, COLUMBIA, June 13,1808. PERSONS using the water from tho City Water Works, will call at this oQico before the 1st of JULY next, and pay tho amount assessed them for thoir supply of water. Failing to comply with thia notice, it will be cut off from their premises, and executions issued for the collection of the amount duo to that dato. J. 8. McMAHON, City Clerk. June 14_ _ 12_ Income Tax on Express, Telegraph and Railroad Companies. BY General Orders No. 13'J, Headquar? ters Second Military District, Charles? ton, S. G., December 3,18G7, tho following provisions aro made, viz: "From the receipts of Express or other Transportation Companies, earned within tho limita of tho State, ono dollar on ovcry hundred dollars; and from the receipts of | Telegraph Companies, earned within the limit;) of tho Stato, two and one-half dol? lars on every hundred dollars; on tho gross incomes of all Railroad?, (not ex? empted by law,) from earnings within the State, ono dollar on ovcry hundred dollars; that tho tax on Railroad Companios, Ex? prese Companies and Telegraph Compa? nies shall be returned to and paid directly into tho Treasury of tho State; and theso return- shall be mado quarterly." Tho taxes specified above will bu due, tor tho second quarter of 18trS, on tho 3Uth JUNE, instant. Tho proper oflicern of the respectivo Companies will please keop this tax in view, and bo prepared to mako re? turn and payment thereof at tho timo in? dicated. WM. HOOD, Treasurer Stato South Carolina. Juno 12_ti BEHIND THE SCENES, OR Four Years in tho White House with Mrs. Lincoln. By Elizabeth Rockley, (modiste.) Old Fritz and tho Now Era. Hy Miss Muhlbach. $1.75. John Milloo and hid Times. liv Max Ring. $1.50. Tho Reading of Charles Dickens, (illus? trated.) $1.50. England Yeoman Life-from Life in tho I Nineteenth Century. Ry the Author of j "Ministering Children." $1.75. The Book and its Storv for tho Young. By L. N. R. "Ecce Homo." By Hight Hon, W. E. Gladstone. $1.50. A Painter's Camp in England, Scotland and Ireland. SI.50. Dr. Belluwo's Travels in Europe, in 18GC and 1807. And a variety of Novels by popular En? lish authors. For sale at June 13 BRYAN & McCARTF.R'S. HUNT'S HOTEL. RATES OP BOARD : PER DAY-Transient Boarders.( Day Boarders, without lodging, (in advance,) per week. G 00 Sapper, Lodging and Breakfast. 2 (io Singlo Meals. Lodging. 75c. Juno. 4 Imo FRESH CRACKERS. MUSHROOM, Soda, Trenton hatter, Tea Crackers, Jumbles, Ac. for unie by GEO. SYMMERS. March 10_ Self-Raising Flour. -| i'\ BARRELS Hooker's Self-liaising L\ t FLOUR, for sale low by _ March 27_E. & G. 1). HOPE. Smoked Herrings. pr f\ BOXES NO. 1 HERRINGS, for ?ale 0\J low. E. A G. 1). HOPE. May 8 FitoM PICKENS.-Ptokens District has over ten Democratic Clubs or? ganized. The followiug named per? sons are tho officers of the Central District Club: President-W. JJ. Ropers; vice-President-L. N. Rob? bins and R. E. Holcombe; Secre? tary-J. W. Singleton; Treasurer-! S. D. Keith. Executive Committee John Bowen, J. A. Robinson, H. J. Anthony, T. A. Rogers and R. F. Morgan. The Club meets second Saturday in each month. The address of tho President ^| Pickens Court House; Secretary, Dacusville. Tho Paris Si?cle says that "the Chossepot rifles, having been manu? factured in sufficient numbers for the French arsenals, the War Depart? ment hos issued orders for the imme? diate manufacture of rifled cannon." Komination for the Mayoralty. WILLIAM M. MYERS, Esq., ia ? candi? dato for the Mayoralty, and will be sap ported by his M*> 8 NUMEROU8 FRIENDS. To Wood ContraotorBi/ CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, COLUMBIA, Juno 5, 1SC8. PROPOSALS to furnish tiro City Water Works iv i 111 SOO cor* best quality LONG-LEAF PIN? WQ0D, to bo delivered and corded in the y .n d of tho Water Works, will bo received byl&o City Council, and awarded to tho lo w?st\ bidder. Bids to be loft at this officOj.iSn orXbefore the 10th in? stant. jT \ By order of Ine City Council. J. B McMAHttti, City Clork. Juno ft_Jj._8 GREAT BARGAINS. THE ladies of tho Industrial Association being compelled to remove from their present depository, havo determined to offor their stock of READY-MADE CLOTH? ING at very reduced prices. The public are invited to call at onco and examine thom. Ladies, gentlemen and children can all be supplied. Juno 12 DUPONT'S POWDER AGENCY. WE aro now selling Dupont's celebrated GUN-POWDER at tho following low prices, for cash only: Dupont's celebrated Ri?o Powdor, in 25 lb. kegs, at $7 each. Dupont's second quality Rifle Power, in 25 lb. kegs, at $6 each. Dupont's Blasting Powder, in 25 lb. kegs, at $4.50 each. Together with a full supply of whole, half and quarter kegs; Diamond Grain, Eagle and lillie Powder in cannisters. Juno 12 3_J. & T. R. AGNEW. DWELLING FOR RENT. MA VERY CONVENIENT DWELL? ING, in a pleasant part of the city, with Five Rooms-all with tire-places; also, Bathiug Room attached, with Showor Bath ApparatUH; rooms nicely papered; also, Five Rooms in tho Basement and Nurscrv; out-buildings, Smoke and Car riago Rouses, and neat Garden. Rout moderato to au approved tenant. Posses? sion to be given by thc Gist of July next. Applv at * G. BIERCE'S Store. Blay 27_ Rio Coffee. S)pr BAGS FAIR RIO COFFEE. For sale low to dealers. June 14 E. & G. D. HOPE. TO THE PUBLIC. NATIONAL HOTEL STABLES. INASMUCH as my Stables aro not con? venient for orders to parties np-town, I havo placed a SLATE, to receive orders for Conveyances, Horses, Passengers, Ac, at HAYN?SWOKTH A CARROLL'S BAR? BER-SHOP. All ordern promptly attended to. Patronage solicited. ROBERT JOYNER, Proprietor National Hotel. Jone \ _Imo CITY FLOUR MILLS. THE subscriber ?H now proparod to GRIND WHEAT and make a No. 1 article of FLOUR. June 7 RICHARD TOZER. DR. THOMAS T. MOORE. SURGEON DENTIST, RESPECTFULLY announces to tho public, that ho hus taken tho front rooms in Messrs. Weam A Hix's photo? graph gallery, and is now prepared to exe? cute, in the most elegant and scientific manner, all brandies of bis profession. TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN, by uso of protoxide of nitrogen, or laugh? ing gas. Dr. Moore is a nativo of New? berry, S. C., and is a graduate of tho Penn? sylvania College of Dental Surgery. For further information, call at tho offico or address Dr. THOM AS T. MOORE, Colum? bia. 8. C. Juno 7 3mo THE front part of our Store having- been damaged by the recent storm, we will be compelled to sell off our Stock of CLOTHING, CAS SIMERES, HATS, &c, at or nearly COST, for want of room. New styles of Boys' Straw HATS just received. R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD, Main Street. May 30 Grant's Fan Mills, FOR sale bv May 16 " FISHER A LOWRANCE. To Builders, Contractors and Pro? prietors. HAY GI located convenient ly near the principal manufactories of New York, and vicinity, the subscriber will give prompt personal attention to procuring for orders all kinda of WOOD, IRON and MARDLE WORK, for buildings and ma? chinery. Sash, Blinda, Doors, Carvings of every kind and material. From twolvo yoars professional experience in Month Carolina, the subscriber will guarantee to snit tho wishes of thoso bnildmg. THOS. C. VEAL, Arohiteot, Tonally, New Jersey, March 2G 3mo Late of Columbia, S. C. COWP??S! COW PEAS! ! QAri BUSHELS COW PEAS for sale OUU low, by June 12 O REGO, PALMER A CO. Sale of Valuable Town Property. THE Commissioners appointed to select I a sit? for tho Court House and Jail for the District of Ocotiee, having located the samo in tho town of Walhalla, and pro? cured thu titles of 100 acres of land within said town, will, at 10 o'clock a. m., on THURSDAY, the Otb of August next, after having first laid off tho said laud into suitable and convenient lots, proceed to soil the said LOTS to tho highest bidder. This location is within the beautiful and thriving town of Walhalla, at tho foot of j tho Blue Ridge, and possesses advantages in point of trade, education, Ac. unsur? passed by any other placo in tho State. Tenus or SAT.E.-One-fourth cash; thc I balance payable in three equal instal- j mont?, in three, six and niuo months, se? cured by noto, with approved security. Titles to bo executedj but not delivered until purchase money is paid in full. And in case of failuro on tho part of purchaser to moot tho payments wlion due, tho pro? perty to bc forthwith sold at his risk. Pur? chasers to pav extra for stamps and titles. WESLEY PITCHFORD, W. E. HOLCOMBE, BRY FRETWELL, M. F. MITCHELL, O. M. DOYLE, Commissioners. WALHALLA, S. C.. June 3, 1808. June 5_fG What is this Medicine Called "The Queen's Delight?" WHY, it i^ tho moat extraordinary in? vention as a remedy for curing dis? ease and restoring health wo have ever been called upon to record. It is a new | vegetable combination, possessing in a single product tho new principles for heal? ing thu sick and restoring tho health. It purifier, thu fountain of life-the blood and as thc lifo of tho flesh is puro blood so impurity must bo disease and death to thc body, lt is a tonic bitters, and may bc given in all cases of weak digestion loss ol' appetite, dyspepsia, debility, de? pressed mind and body, weariness of limbs. It is an iuvigorant; it infuses new life to tho blood, by removing tho humors and impurities which check tho healthful circulation. It is a stimulant; it gives ac? tivity to the nervous fluida, and invigorates the organs of lifo. It is tho only medicine yet discovered that comos up to the true standard of merit and worth, and secures to tho invalid and tho diseased tho great? est of all blessings-health. Ask for HEINITSII'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT. For sale by FISHER A HEINITSH, Juno 12 f Druggists. In the District Court of the United States for South Carolina. In the matter of Melvin M. Cobon, of Co? lumbia. Bankrupt.-Petition for Full awl Final Discharge in Bankruptcy. ORDERED, that a hearing bo had on the Slat day of July, at Federal Court House in Charleston, S. C.; and that all creditors, Ac, of said Bankrupt appear at said time and place, and show causo, if any they can, why tho prayer of thc peti? tionier should not"be granted. And that a meeting of Creditors of said Bankrupt will he held at tho office of H. SUMMER, Esq., Register of Third Congressional District, .South Carolina, on 21st day ol' July, 18(59, at 12 m., at Newberry Court Houso, s. 0. By order ol the Court, tho 4th dav of June, 1868. DAN. HORLRECK, Clerk of Dist. Court of U. S. for S. C. Jun?lo wjl_ Cleaveland Mineral Springs, SITUATED in Cleaveland County, N. C.. on the lino of tho Wilmington, Charlotte and Rutherford Railroad, will bu open for visitors on tho 1st of Juno. WATEUS- Chalybeate, Red and White Sulphur. Charges per day.$3 00 '. week.18 00 ?' month.CO 00 Children under seven years and ser? vants, half rates. For further particulars, address thc Proprietors,'Shelby, N. C. April l t_tn3m NOTICE" IS hereby given, that all persons indebt? ed to "thu estato of WM. SUMMER, Baukiupt, cithor by noto or open account, must settle the saine at an oarlv dav. THOS. W. HOLLOWAY, Assignee. PoMAitiA, S. C., Mav 2(5, 183S. May 31 m l CLO C K S, Watches, Jewelry, Spectacles, &C., &C., AT ISAAC SULZBACHER'S. REPAIRING, In all its Branches, Attended to Personally. Juno ll_ Richland-In Equity. Wade Hampton Gibbes, Washington Allston Gibbes, executors, vs. Mary L. Singleton, James G. Gibbes et al-Bill to Sell Real Estate, Mar? shall Assets, &c. IN pursuance of decretal order in abovo stated case, the creditors of R. W. GIBBES, Sn., deceased, are hereby required to present and prove their demands before me, on or be? fore tho 1st day of October next. D. B. DESAUSSURE, April 29 wm O. E. R. D. Old Newspapers FOR SALE at the PHONIX OFFICE. KXOEHJSIOH. THE COLUMBIA PHONIX Book, Job and Newspaper PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, Main Street, above Taylor. HAVE your PRINTING done at this Office, for the following GOOD REASONS: Thc proprietor ia a Practical Printer, And attends closely to his Busiuess. Thc Offico is supplied with Everything Necessary to turn out Good Work. Prices Lower than any other establishment In this State, or even New York. Pamphlets, Circulars, Bill lienta, Letter Heads, Posters, Haud-bi'd*, Receipts, Ball Tickera, Invitations, Dray Tickets, Checks, Briefs, Programmes, Drafts, Blanks, Wedding, Visiting and Business Cards, Ac, Of all styles and sizes; in fact, Every Description of Printing! In one, two and three colors and in bronze, promptly attended to. JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor. Quotion Salo? Wams and Sugar. BY D. 0. PELXOITO & SON, THI8 (Tuesday) MORNING, the l?th nt 10 o'clock, at our Auction Hourn, wo will sell without the least reserve : 5,000 poonda fine unbagged WESTERN HAMS. 15 barrels extra GROCERY SUGARS. 5 half barrels OLD BOURBON WHISKEY. Tho above goods aro in lino order, and must bo sold. The attention of dealers is requested. Sale positive. Conditions at sale. Juno 16 United States Government Sale. BY D. C. PELX0TT0 & SON. THIS (Tuosday) MORNING 16th inst., instant, at 10 o'clock, at our auction atoro, wo will seU.Vitbout the J??at re? serve, and on account of tH% United Statos Government, ' Wagons, Covers, Paulina, Wagon Saddles, Axe*, Stoves and Pipes, W bbl?. Cement. 4.800 Grain Sacks", \l 15 setts Harness, lot Tin Cans, Lot Tenta and Flics, Lot Tont Polos, ?c. Sale positivo. Conditions cash. Juno 16 Collector's Office, UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE, THIBD DISTRICT, SOUTH CAROLINA, COLUMBIA, June IS, 1868. WILL sell, at tba. storo of E. Sten _ house, at Columbia", on THURSDAY, the 23d instant, 4 small boxes .TOBAOCO, seized from John King, on tho 5th May, for violation of Internal Revenue Laws.\ A. 8. WA LL AC jg, Collector. Juno 18 ? S Collector's Office, * UNITED 8TATE8 INTERNAL RENENUE, THIRD DISTRICT, SOUTH CAROLINA. COLUMBIA, June 13, 1868. IWILL sell? at tho atoro of E. Sten? house, at Columbia, on THURSDAY, the 23d iuatant, , 1 barrel of FINE CORN WHISKEY, seizod on the 18th 'May, from Miller A Black, of Charlotte, N, C., for violation of Internal Revenue Laws, A. S. WALLACE, Collector. June 13_ _3 FOR SALE, A 6-ootave PIANO. Terms liberal. Apply at this office. June' ? Cuba and Muscovado Molasses. "I f\ HHDB. of prime quality, for sale LKJ low by E. & G. D. HOPE. Feb 28_ NOTICE. SEALED PROPOSALS for rebuilding tho "High Bridge," on tho Bluff Road, are invited. Plans and specifications can be seen at the offico of Mr. G. T. BERG, Architect, under whose direction the work is to be done. Bids will bo opened at the Clerk's Offico, in Columbia, on SATUR? DAY, 20th Jnne, instant, at 12 m. The contraotor will bo required to give bond, with approved sureties, conditioned to keep tho bridge in good repair for five years. By order of THOMAS TAYLOR, Ch'm'u Joint Board Comm'rs Roads, Richland District. June 0 j6 D. B. MILLER, Clerk. BACON MOLASSES, &c. ?^l?~\i^\ LBS. Choice BACON, j?^J.yjyjKJ dry salted, 5 hhds. Primo Bacon Shoulders, 6 casks First Quality Orango Hams, sugar-cured, 150 sacks Country Flour, 15 hhds. Cuba and Muscovado Molasses. For salo low for cash only by _April 19_E. & G. D. HOPE. ORANGE HAMS. I7\OR SALE, by ? May29 . FISHER A LOWRANCE. STATE BILLS AT PAR, FOR all SHELF GOOD:?, at FISHER A LOWRANCE'S. Juno 5_ COOLING MEDICINES. SOLUTION CITRATE MAGNESIA, fresh, GINGER POWDERS, Soda Powders, Sicdlitz Powders, Chuanut Grovo Whiskey, Tarrant's Aperient, Hurband's Magnesia, Congress Water. For salo by FISHER A I1EINITSH, Juno 5 Pharmacists. Don't Experiment WITn now and untried medicines. If yon value vonr health, procure tho well tested remedy for COUGHS, COLDS and affections of the Throat, Breast and Lung Diseases. Stanley's Cough Syrup will cure. Stanley's Cough Syrup has been tried. Stanley's Cough Svrup is for salo at FISHER A HEiNITSH'S Feb 27 _Djug_ Storey Carolina National Bank, of Colum? bia, S. C. A UTHORIZA TION. NO. 1.680. TREASURY DEFT, OFFICE OF COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY, WASHINGTON, May ll, 18?8. WHEREAS, by satisfactory evidence prcaented to the undersigned, it has been mado to appear that 'Tho Carolina National Bank of Columbia,*' ia tho city of Columbia, in tho District of Richland and Stato of South Carolina, has boen duly organized, under and according to tho re? quirements of tho Act of Congress entitled "An Act to provide a national currency, secured by a pledgo of United States bonds, and to pr?vido for tho circulation and redemption thereof," approved June 3, 1864, and has complied with all the pro? visions of said Act required to bo complied with before commencing tho business of banking under said Act. Now, therefore, I, HAVILAND R. HUL BURD, Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby certify that "Tho Carolina National Bank of Columbia," iu tho city of Colum? bia, in tho District of Richland and State of South Carolina, is authorized to com? mence the buaiucs'- of banking under the Act aforesaid. In testimony whereof, witness my hand ( Seal of tho Comp- ) and seal of office. \ troller of the Cur- > this eloventh day of ( ronoy. S May, 1868. HAVILAND R. HULBURD, Comptroller of tho Currency. May 15 2mo New York Sngar-Qnred Pig Hams, BALTIMORE ORANGE HAMS, Sugar-Cured Breakfast Strips, Rice Flour-nc ground. At_ G. DIERCKS , W May 26 Secgera' Old Stand.