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BY. JULIAN A. SELBY. * COLUMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 10. 1866. VOLUME II-NO. 122 -
PU ULIS H F. O DAILY VN I) TRI-WEEKLY.
EVERT WKDKE8DAT MOEOT??O.
BY JULIAN A- SELBY,
STATE AND CITY PRINTER.
Daily Paper, six months.*4 60
Tri-WeekrY, " " .2 50
Weekly, " m " .1 50
Inserted at 75 cents per square for the first
in-jertion, and 50 cents for each subsequent.
Weekly 75 cents each insertion.
XT* A liberal discount made on the dltove
rates rohen adcertiserr.ents are inserted by
the month or year.
? t?r Special notices 10 cent? > line.
S. P. Kinajrd, Newbrrry.
Samuel Dronthitt, Greenville 0. H.
Wm. Moore, AbbeviUe C. H.
Julius Poppe, Anderson C. H.
Thc Weit -rs. Stw England.
That admirably conducted paper,
the LaCrosse (Wisconsin) Democrat,
has the following starring appeal -to
the men of the great West:
Come with ns a few moments. Do
you see that map of tho country
hanging against the wall over yonder?
Let ns step closer and look afc it.
Trace the water mark, the ocean Hue,
with us from the Bay of Fundy,
down by Cape Ood, Capo May, Cape
Hatteras, Cape Fear, Cape Florida,
Mobile Bay, Corpus Christi Bay,
thence over to Cape San Lucas,
thence np the golden strands of th?
Pacific coast to Victoria, and then
across the country to the pine point?
of Maine. Quite a little trip! All
all this is our country. The pine
forest of Maine, Michigan, Pennsyl?
vania, Minnesota and Texas-the
rocky hills of New England-the
coal beds of the Keystone State-the
rich plantations of the South-the
broad prairies of the Wost-the
golden gulches of California-the
quartz mountains of Nevada, Mon?
tana, Idaho, &c.-the Easte-u, West
ern, Northern and Southern States,
all belong to the Union-to you, the
And do you realize, traitors, that
all this country is controlled by the
devil of New England radicalism,
New England aristocracy, New Eng?
land protection, New England Puri?
tanism, New England narrow-mind?
edness, and New England bondocracy ?
Let us see. Why, up there is a little
Eoint of land. It is where the witch
nrning, psalm-singing Puritans
landed^and whipped the people for
* kissing'their wives on- the Sabbath,
and where men are taught to mind
the business of other people, and to
skin everything, from eels to gun
fiinta. Let us take these six New
England States and see what they
amount to, in area, population and
voiee in Congress.
Area. Sq. m. Population.
Maine.41,760 626 276
New Hampshire. . 9,280 320,072
Massachusetts ... 7,000 1,236,060
Rhode Island. 1.306 174.621
Connecticut. 4,674 469,15.
This portion of onr Union is rep?
resented in Congress by twelve Sena?
tors and twenty-seven members.
Now look over there toward the
setting sun, yet not half-way to the
Pacific! There are six States. Let
us figure a little. Take your pencil
and set down
Area. Sq. m. Population.
Hardly a State in the six last named
but is equal in size to all of New
England, while one is a third larger;
and the population is nearly double.
In view of the? fact that since the
census was taken from which we
glean the above figures, the New
England States have fallen off twelve
forcent., and the six Western ones
xve increased over thirty per cent.,
it is safe to say we more titan don ble
them in population, as we beat them
five times and over in extent.
And all this tract of country, an
empire of itself, has but the same
representation in the Senate, with
forty-five representatives in tho
House. Now, let us sit down on this
log-by the forge-on your shoe,
tailor or carpenter's bench; let us
lean on this 'hoe handle, rest on this-'
pickaxe, on this plow beam, or
wherever we are, and see what a dif?
ference thero is between the West
and the East, and see if we owe the
East our very blood, as it were.
When the late rebellion began, the
West went into the war, fighting her
real friends to aid her real enemies.
It was New England intolerance,
bigotryv abolition a$d ?nvy Which
brougl t the rebellion on us. We
were living in peace-prosperous and
happy. The South was driven to the
wall-the South rebelled-Western
men subdued the rebellion-Western
men who loved the Union New Eng?
land hated, fought their best friends
and proved tho supremacy of our
The war is over. The armies are
disbanded, and still New England in?
tolerance, vengeance and spite war
upon subdued people, and upon the
Constitution ehe hates.
New England nabobs hold United
States bonds, by a New England
controlled "Congress, exempt from
New England dares not have ' the
South back in the Union, for the
votes bf'that section will justly be
against her narrow-minded protec?
New England Abolitionists have
set tho negro free, and make you and
I not only support the freedmen, but
the bona-holder, who sits and re?
ceives his interest, the whole exempt
New England wants her manufac?
turing interest protected. She wants
the burden of taxation to fall upon
the consumera of her industry, aud
to rise to power and wealth on the
labor of the poorer classes, who in
the thirty other States of the Union
purchase of her.
The East is built np. It is finish?
ed. Her schools, roads, churches,
jails, prisons, poor-houses, asylums,
Ac., are erected. Much of tho ^vork
is to be dono yet in the Went, W
we m tho West are at work. New
England bond-holders are riding in'
their easy carriages, sitting in the
shade, reveling in wino dinners,
sporting iu creek and jungle, their
wealth secured and in the United
States bonds, by a New England con
' trolled Congress exempted from taxa?
tion. We have a country yet to im
provei We - have roads, school?
houses, asylums, churches, towns
and cities yet to build.
We have the negro, who once sup?
ported himself, to support in idle?
ness; and with him the thieves and
swindlers who oro the knobs to tho
We have the expenses of Govern?
ment to pay. We have the interest
of the public debt fo pay. We have
millions of dollars a year to pay to
the>ri:.h, lazy bond-holders, who arel
by tho Government protected in
their laziness, while we -are by the
same Government ground still deep?
er into the earth on account of our
Why this favoritism? Is this the
reward given the \V"est for forsaking |
her business; for fighting her best
friends; for spilling rivers of blood?
We did not restore the Union, for
New England says tho Union is not
We did not l>en?fit the negro, for
he is worse off to-day under tho
drippings of this New England
mercy than under the care of his
We did not benefit ourselves by
We did not soften the heart of the
But we did this, Western men.
We made fools of ourselves; we
fought our beat friends to help our
We piled the mountains of debt,
astride of which sit thousands of
New England bond-holders, and we
have got to bend our back to the load,
while they crack the whip-tho poor
white trash of the West.
May God in bia goodness hasten
the day when the people will open
their eyes and look at the greatness
of the misery in store for us as a
nation, and give us men bold enough j
to lead the way to peace and proa
DIFF?RENCES OF TIME AT PROMI- I
NENT POINTS.-The inauguration of I
submarino telegraphic communica?
tion by means of the Atlantic cable,
makes it interesting to inquire into
the difference of time in the varions
cities in the different parts of the
world. When it is 12 o'clock high
noon at New York, it is 55 minutes
and 42 seconds after 4 p. m. at Lon?
don; 57 minutes and 20 seconds after
6 p. m. at St. Petersburg; 17 minutes
and 24 seconds after 7 p. m. at Jeru?
salem; 51 minutes and 44 se?
conds after ?p. m, at Constantinople;
40 minutes and 32 seconds after 4 p.
m. at Madrid: 31 minutes and 20 se?
conds after 5 p. m. at Bremen; 40
minutes and 32 seconds after 4 p. m.
at Dublin; and 41 minutes and 24
seconds after 6 p. m. at Florence.
The difference of time between the
extreme East and West points of the
United States is three hours and fifty
minutes. In the China Sea, between
Singapore and China, it is mid-night
when it is noon at New York.
Forney's chanco for U. S. S. is all
up. He oan neve?* be more than a D.
The New York Times last Loudon
letter says of the atti tilde of the Eu?
.The actual question is, will Aus?
tria consent to resign 'all power, all
right, in Germany, and leave Prussia
supreme controller of 40,000,000 Ger?
mans? Consenting to this, Austria
may hare peace with an empire of
33,000,000 of people. If she will not
consent, then Prussia will endeavor
to excite a revolt in Hungary, and
will do her worst to blot Austria from
the map of Europe. Tho Emperor
of France some time ago insisted upon
Austria being maintained as a Ger?
man power. Now*he appears to have
renounced that part of Iiis pro?
gramme, and urges Austria td accept
the terms of peace offered by Prussia
and Italy; but there is something
concealed; Che Emperor is not ready
to intervene, and he may" have been
converted by the needle-gun to the
Prussian policy. Russia, also, which,
a few weeks ago, seemed to sympa?
thize with Austria, has beeome
friendly with Prussia; and, last night,
in the British House of Commons."
there was- a regular glorification of
Count Bismarck and the success ol
the Prussian army. The only friend
of Austria in the House of Commons
is Sir George Bowyer. Three months
ago, there was scarcely one to take
the side of Prussia. Tho Imperial
mediator is not ready to act. No
doubt the needle-gun was tho first
reason, and the attitude of Russia
may have been the second. Kassia
?oems to have taken of&ence at the
offer of Venetia to France."
The New York Di?tes, of a late date,
soys: Yestesduy, P. Y. Cutler, Esq.,
of the law firm of Messrs. Cutler,
Whitaker A Albright, appeared be?
fore Judge Barnard, of the Supreon
Court, and applied for au order o
arrest on Antonio Lopez de Santa
Anna, under the circumstances of au
affidavit of L. Morton Montgomery,
Esq., of Broadway, in this city,
charging the Mexican hero with vio
ration of agreements, Ac, and set?
ting forth damages at 650.000. After
due deliberation, the Judge granted
au order for the arrest, and placed
the bail in the sum of 975,000. lu
due time, tbe deputy sheriff pro?
ceeded to execute the order of arrest,
but, for some reasons, theex-Dietatoi
of Mexico had departed for 'mon
Das in Paris erscheinende Memoral
Diplomatique, theilt mit, das ea nicht
die Baiern gewesen, welche Benedek
uicht hsetten zu H H dfe kommen wol
len, sondern das es Benedek gewesei
sei der ihre Huolfe abgewiesen, wei
"er mit den Preussen schon allein
fertig werden koannte."
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
COLUMBIA, August 8, 1^60.
AN ELECTION for one ASSISTANT PO?
LICEMAN will be held in the Conn ci
Cnamber, on TUESDAY EVENING, 21*
inst Applicants fur the po-itic-n will ti.
their applications, with th? names of the;
sureties, atthi- office, on or before the 20t.
inst. By order of the Citv Council.
Aug 9 J. S Mc VIAH?N, City Cl-rk.
Stallion John Morgan.
- THE Blooded Stallion, JOH'
7^?y^M0RGAN, wid stand tho Fai
^ e tson in Columbia, corainencin;
J I fc J n the 15th lust., t-r $2.) ca ?h o
tirot set Vice; or $30, if not paid by the lo
October. Groom's fee, $1.00 in advance.
JOHN is a hands ?me dirk-orowu horse:
eight years old; fifteen banda and tw
inches high; sired by "Sailor Boy," wh
wa? by "Jim Cropper," ono of old Si
Archy's best sons; Iiis dam by "Whip."
out of a fine Morgan mare. Ho can trot
mile in three minutes, but has never beei
trained; has the kindest disposition, aiu.
is very sure. Aug 7 lino
Near the Greenville and Charleston
COLUMBIA, s. c.
THE public is informed that the
above hotel has just been finished,
.and contains now furnituro through?
out, for the accommodation of TRANSIENT
*nd REGULAR BOARDEUS. The very
best that the markets afford will bo found
>n his table, prepared in excellent style.
Fine WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TO?
BACCO, etc., can bo obtained in thu Sam?
ple Room connected with the hotel
Aug 7_R. JOINER, Proprietor.
F. W. WING'S
Steam Planing XffiU 1
Picken* Street, betxeeen Washington and
Plain, Columbia, S. C.
ON hand and furnished to order at short
notice, all kinds of drowned LUMBER,
FLOORING, CEILING,SHELVING, WEA?
THER-BOARDING, .Vc. Also, SASHES,
Blinds, Doors, Mantlo-piece Mouldings,
Brackets, Counters, Tables, Ac.
Having now in operation full sets of the
most impro-ed machincrv, I am prepared
;o turn out FIRST-CLASS WORK, at very
reasonable figures. . All in waul of any ma
:erial in my line will do well to give mo a
;all. _' Aug 1 Imo
Four Good Mules,
Wtwfc WELL broke and in good order
W( For sale low. Apply to
?Ut JOHN C. SEEGERS * CO.
SPECIAL .NOTICES. j
IRRESPONSIBLE Cot:NTERFEiTER3.-One of ?
tho most serious annoyances whieh tho ?
proprietors of an article in an usual de?
mand have to encounter is tho piratical
imitatiou of it by parties equally unscru- ,
lous and irresponsible. If an individual or
a firm with means engages in this nefari?
ous business, tho damages awarded by a
court of justice for the oflence are oollect
able, and it ia some satisfaction to the
party wronged that the wronger is made
to suffer; but in mo"fet cases Mic pirates aro
men of stfaw, who cannot respond in dol?
lars to tho law's award. G
HOSTEITER'S STOMACH BITTERS hoing a
standard tonic, marketable everywhere,
and representing the value affixed to it as
accurately aa a national bauk bill repro
?lents tho amount expressed on itsfaco,has*
been extem*ively counterfeited ami simu
.ated. Tho proprietors have spent many
thousand dollars in hunting up and hunt
ing down irresponsible individuals and
firms who have given their minds to this
dirty work. These parties-some of them,
at least-have a way of changing their
base, though they never change their oase
.less. When au injunction is laid upon
them in one part of the country, they some?
times ''vamoose" to another, and try thc
trick again. In som? eases.it ia necessary
to kill thom two or t h reo times over, Por
liaps the best thing that can be done under
these circumstances is to "lay an injunc?
tion" upon all who use the Hitters to buv
only of dealers whom they OMn trust. iii
every city, town and village of tho United
-?tates aud British America, this famous
tonie, alterative and protective medicine
.nay bo procured of reliabie meit.of busi
ies-4._ Aug 10, tG
THE LAMP OF LIFF.-The glow of tioalth
ind beauty in nowhere moro perceptibh
ind beautifully attractive" than in th?
uddy, healthful, glowing, beautiful com
?lexton of a healthy person. The com?
plexion is radiant, and tho lamp of life
burns brightly, so long as it is supplied
with pure blo*td. The Queen's Delight and
Sarsaparilla, tho great blood purifier, is a
leaning aud searching medicine-giving
?itrength- to the feeble, invigorating ami
restoring tho old; cleansing and purifying
he young. The Queen's Delight and Sar?
aparilla is for nale by Fisher A Heiuitsh
COLGATE'S HOXKY SOAP.
This celebrated Toilet Soup, in eucl
iniversal demand, is made from tin
-holceat materials, ii mild and emol?
lient iu its nature, fragrantly scented
md extremely bcneflclal in. its actioi
ipon the skin. Por sale by all Druggist!
. nd Fartey Goods Dealers. March-CH Iv
BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.
The Original and Best in the World
I'ho only true and perfect HAIR DYE
larmless, ll^liable and Iustantaneout
"reduces immediately a splendid Black o
latural brown, without injuring tho hai
.r skin, re medies the ill effects of ba
'yes. Sold by ?ii Druggist?. The genuin
-i signed William A. Batchelor. Also, Bf
rENERATLNG EXTRACT OF MILLI
LEURS, for Restoring and Beautifyin
ie Hair. CHARLES BATCHELOR."
Oet 'A"> ly Kew York.
A NEW AND GRAND Erwen is MEDICINE.
r. Maggie! is the founder of a new med
.d system'. The quautitarians, whose va.
iternal djaes enfeeble the stomach an
aralyze the bowels, must give precedent
i the man who restores health and appt
ite, wi.h from ono to two of Iii-? extraord
.ary Tilla, anil cures the most virulei
ores with a box orso of his wonderful au
dl-hoaling Suive. These two great spec
ic? of the Doctor aro fas: superseding a
ne stereotyped nostrums of the day. E:
raordinary cures by Maggiel's Pills an
Salvo have opened tho eyes of the publie t
he inefficiency of tho (so-called) remodh
.fothers, and upon which peoplo have *
ong blindly depended. Maggiel's Pills ai
tot of the class that are swallowed by tl
lozeu, and of which every box fall take
.reates an absolute? necessity for anotbc
One or two of Maggiel's l*ills suffices i
placo the bowels in perfect order, tone tl
stomach, create an appetite and render tl
spirits li^lit and buoyant. There is 1
griping and no reaction in the form of coi
stipation. If the liver is affected, its fun
tions are restored; and if tbe nervous ny
tem is feeble, it is invigorated. This la
quality makes the medicines very desirab
for thu wants of delicate females. Uleeroi
and eruptive diseases are literally cxtii
guishedby tbe disinfectant power of Ma
Kiel's Salve. In fact, it is here announce
that Maggie?s Bilious, Dyspeptic and Bia
??kira I'ili.t cure where all others fail. Wbi
" tr burns, scalds, chilblains, ruts and i
abrasions of the skin Maggiel's Salve is i
fallible. Sold by J. Maggie!, ll rino stree
New York, and al! druggists, at 25-con
per box. June 29 ly
BELTING AND PACKING.
At thc Sign of Vie Golden Biol-bork.
INDIA RUBBER BELTING.
Hemp and India Rubber PACKING.
A good assortment of the above in tito
and for salo low for cash bv
Joly 2a JOHN C. DIAL.
Straw Cutters! Straw Cutters'.
Al thc Sign of tit*' Golden Bad-Lock.
JUST received, a large variety of Stn
and Stalk CUTTERS, and for salo h
bv JOHN C. DIAL.
Old Newspapers for Sale
BY the hundred or thousand, at
March ? JPHAXKIX OFJPIOB
^ETNA LIFE If
As?ete, June, 1866.
In como fur year ending June, I860,- ort
1QOK POLICIES issued in June, I860.
jOOt) Fifty per cent, dividend declare
TEN PAYMENT LIFE AND AI
NO N- FO^F
$20,000 will bo insured vii a single Li!e, whei
THIS IS THE ONLY NORTHERN <
Tho only certain provision for your fan
Do not delay to placo these near and d
chance. Call on
July 22 3sno Corner of Assembly ai
20,000 LBS. BUtI7
50 BUSHELS COW PEAS.
FINE COUNTRY FtOt?R*
ALIMITED amount of GOLD and SIL
VJBR. FISHER A LOWRANCE.
A Kew and Grand Epoch
PILX?8 A3^SA&V3B !
r|VIESE wonderful medicines ar? now no
JL familiar to tho people that but little
.?idorstmcut of their value as a physic
need be made. The Pills of Dr. Maggiel
contain no mineral. They do ri"">t gripe, I
and they do not enfeeble tho system by ex- !
treme purging. They aro universal in !
CREATING A VIGOROUS APPETITE!
And correspondingly strengthen the diges
tion. They tone tho liver, clear the bead
ind steady the nerves. To those who are ?
nut familiar with thc use of
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
le an anti-billious remedy, thc following j
extracts from various lotttrs will bc. it is
hoped, of sufficient importance to justify :
the quoting of them herc:
WHAT TBS PATIENTS SAY Ol'
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS AND SALVE.
"Tho best Pillo for headache I ever had." i
"My liver works like an engino, thanks
to your Pills."
"f am pleased to say to you, Dr. Maggiel,
that I would not be without a box of your j
'.'ills for curing me of morning nausea for
"You will find enclosed $1. Your Pills
are only 25 cents, but I consideiithem worth I
to nie $1."
"DKIR DOCTOS: My tongue had a fur on !
it every morning like th? back of a cat. i
lour Pills took it away."
"I took half a pill and crushed it to pow
der, and gave it in jelly to my little babe j
for ?ludera morbus. Tho dear little pet !
was well in three hours after."
"I suppose it is hardly worth while to tell ?
you ray burnell foot Ins got well from the j
ise of your Salve. Enclosed find 2J cents i
tor another box to keep in the house."
"Send me another box of Salve."
4 Enclosed find "."?cents for two boxes ol
your Maggiel's Pills and one of Salve."
"The most gentle, yet searching, medi?
cine I ever swallowed."
MAGGIEL'S PILLS AND SALVE
Aro almost universal in their effects, and a j
euro can be almost alway.? guaranteed. 1
FOR BILIOUS DISEASES,
Nothing can be more productive of cure I
..han these Fills. Their almost magie in?
tinonee is felt at once; and the usual con- j
corni tauts of this most distressing disease .
are removed. These remedies ..re mude ]
from tho purest
They will not harm tho most dedicate fe- |
male, und can be given with good effect in
prescribed doses to the youngest babe.
FOR CUTANEOUS DISORDERS
And all eruptions of tho skin, the Salve is
most invaluable. It does not 1. il exter?
nally alone, but penetrates with tn . roost
searching ( fleets tothevery root of tb? evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
INVARIABLY Ct'HE THE FOI.I.iAVINO WSKASKs:
Bowel Complaints, Indigestion,
Chest Diseases, Inward Weakness, ?
Costiveness, i Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia, ; lowness of Spirit*,
Dropsy, ! Rheumatism.
Debility, Salt Rheam.
Fever and Ague, Soalds.
Each Box Contains 12 Pills.
One PiU Ut a Bose.
NOTICE.-None genuine without tb-., en?
graved trade mark around each pot or box,
signed by DR. J. MAOOIEL, New York, to
counterfeit which is felony.
*y Sold by all respectable dealers in
medicines throughout the United States |
and Canadas, at 25 cents per box or pot. ,
FISHER A HEINITSH, Columbia. S. C. I
Jab/ 20 ly '
DIVIDENDS declared and paid antrusllv.
td January 1, 18GG.
Aa ENDOWMENT POLICIES
El TA B LE.
re tho physical condition is unexceptionable.
COMPANY THAT RENEWED TTS
:S AFTER THE WAR.
dly ia a policy or LIFE INSURANCE,
lea* above the contingencies of accident or
H. E. NICHOLS, Agent,
id Washington streets, Columbia, 8. C.
C. H. BALDWIN & CO.,
Fine (irocerirs, fJh?b Teas, Colfees, Etc.,
WITH a full Uno of plantation sup?
plies, which are offered at attractive
puce?-at corner Main and Washington
streets, Columbia, 8. C.
C. H. BALDWIN. M. B. GREEN.
HANAHAN & WARLEY,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
Columbia, and Charleston, S. C.
Solicit consignments at either place from
their friends. Julv 18 Smo
H. D. HANAHAN. FELIX "WARLEY.
3mA PIPE HOLLAND GIN.
4i cask HRAiSDY- "Orartl, Dupuv
4 cask SHERRY WINE,
i cask Burgund? POUT WINE. .
Corn, Rye and Monongahela Whiskies.
For sale as low as g- nuinc article? can
be furnished for by E. STENHOUSE.
July 10 Imo
STRAW. WOOL AND
FUR HATS ! !
CASSMERES AXD TWEEDS !
AT REDUCED PRICES!
M : 1 M
WE offer the balance of our stock ot
SPRING and SUMMER GOODS AT
Wo have recently made a large addition
to onr stock of CASSIMEBES, TWEEDS
and HATS, and will receive, in a few dav?,
a largo addition to our stock of CLOT??
We have the largest assortment of HATH
to be found tn this city, embracing all tb .
Onr Ready-made Goods
Are mostly oi" our own manufacture; ano
those desiring to patronize homn produc?
tions are iuvited to call.
Our stock of FRENCH and ENGLISH
CASSIMERES ia large, and we will MAKE
TO ORDER at CORRESPONDING RE?
II. & W. C. SWJFFIELD,
.lune 2_BEDELL'S KOW.
CALNAN & KIMBER.
Wines, Liquors and Se?ars.
SELECT GOODS always in store, and
never offered for sale LESS THAN
Mci'n Street and ttercais Street.
M. J. CALNAN. CH. KREUDER.
"IMfiAREE RESTAURANT !"
Nert door West of the Post Office.
TREVET & BERAGHI
TTTOULD respectfully inform their
VV friends and the public in general
tba! they have opened a RESTAURANT at
the above placo, where the very best of
everyt hing in tho way of eating and drink
iug can be obtained at short notice.
CREAM ALE on draught.
LUNCH everv day from ll to 1 o'clock.
July 10 _
ANEW and completo assortment just
An elegant assortment of FISHING
TACKLE-Rods, Reals, Bobs. Hooks,
Lines, A e. At LOW PRICES.
P. W. KRAFT,
Washington street, opposite old Jail.
N. B.- Manufacturing and repairing
substantially and neatly executed.
May 26 " ly
HAVING opened my office
permanently in Columbia, I
may be fouud at all hours st
the residence of Mr. M. H.
Berry, (opposite tho Catholio Church,) on
Assembly ?trest. D. P. GBBG?