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VOLUME II-NO. 12^
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PAKIS, July 24, I860.
Prussia and Austria hnve at hist i
consented to an armistice of five days.
What ?will be the consequence?
On the 17th inst, Prince Cousin
Napoleon was sent on a mission to
Italy-from that moment hopes wore
entertained that peace would soon bc
restored. On tho 20th inst., tho
Moniteur announced that Prussia cou -1
sented to a suspension of arms of five |
. days, on condition that at the expira?
tion of that time Austria should
state on what terms she would enter
" into negotiations for peace.
On the 22d, the telegraph informed
ns that Austria had accepted the ar?
mistice.' Should Austria not accept
the basis of a peace, such as has been
proposed by the French Government
and adhered to by Prnssia, hostilities
will re-commence. The exact terms
proposed are not yet known, but from
what is rumored in diplomatic cir?
cles, we hear that Prussia demands
first, fl dissolution of the Gorman
Diet; second, the re-constitution of
a federation, from which Austria
shall be excluded; third, the annexa- j
tion to Prussia of the Duchies of tho
Elbe, with the exception of the North- j
ern part of Schleswig, which will be l
restored to Denmark-further, the |
control of all German military forces
North o? the Main to be in tho hands I
of Prussia; fourth, the cession of
Venetia to Italy.
Prussia asks for a war indemnity of ?
100,000,000 francs, which eau bo paid j
out of a part of the Austrian debt, j
which will have to be taken tip by j
Italy", in consequence of the cession ;
These are, indeed,-very hard terms; j
but Austria may, perhaps, esteem i
herself lucky that Prussia does not j
wish to deprive her of any of her
possessions in German territory. !
The Emperor, Francis Joseph, is I
surrounded by two parties at Vienna, :
one that urges him to carrv on the 1
war and the other would have Lim I
conclude a peace a tout prix-the
former would wish to wash out the
defeat of Sadowa. j
The Arch-Duke Albert is at the
head of the war party. lt is his
opinion that Austria must make every
effort to regain its lost influence in
400,000 Kaiserliche are now at
Florisdorf, and were they to win one
battle, Austria would be as powerful
as before-as tho smaller States
which still waver would at once rally
round her. However, latest accounts
from Vienna inform us that it is more '
than likely that the friends of a hu?
miliating peace will prevail. They
prefer giving way with a good grace
to plunging the country in a state
approaching ruin. Austria is now
reduced to beg the help of Napoleon ;
The ambitious premier, Bismark,
now sees every hope accomplished.
His moderation in Bohemia and
Saxony is making him popular
amongst his former haters, while his
conduct towards tho potty States and
Frankfort is tyrannical and exacting
to the utmost.
The people of tho free town on the I
banks of tho Main, have long been j
an eye-sore to the present ruler of !
Germany. The time has now come
to make them pay dearly for tho I
spokes they have, from time to time,
thrown in Iiis wheels.
The Prussian General Vogel von !
Folkenstein has had orders to make
the Frankiorters pay a heavy ransom,
(for we can call it nothing else,) and
all officers and soldiers billeted to bo
given the best of everything, besides
which-will you believe it, reader?- !
eight prime Havanas are to be placed !
at the disposal of tho victors after !
the toils of the day.
26,000,000 florins, wo hear, is j
the small sum the good peoplo j
of the city of tho Rothschilds I
are to pay into Bismark's ex-1'
exchequer; in case of nou-compli
auce within twenty-four hours, tho
town is to be left to tho mercy of the
soldiery. Every kind of political-pa?
per has been suppressed. Thia is the
civilization brought by - Prussia
happy Germany, which is to be go?
verned by King William and hia files
Achates-Herr Graff Von Bismark.
Tho Italians have'not boen so for?
tunato as their Prussian allies, as
they- have been constantly beaten by
tho beaten.' Accounts from Vienna
inform us that a naval engagement
took place, a few days ago, in the
Adriatic, between the Italian and
Austrian fleets. The former were
1 again beaten to their heart's content.
I On the 20th instant, thc Italian
j fleet was anchored off the island of
I Lissa, when the Austrian licet ap
! proached, and immediately offered
battle. The combat lasted several
hours-the Austrian fleet being com?
manded by Admiral Tegelhof. The
issue was unfavorable to the Italians,
who lost three irou-plated ships.
Tho He <VItalia was sunk by the Aus?
trian ship Ferdinand Maximilian.
Not ji man was saved. Tho.Italians
showed the utmost bravery, and not
inferior to that (ff the heroes of the
celebrated French ship Venqeur, s?
well known in history.
We arc, indeed, anxious to seo the
end of all this turmoil and bloodshed.
The great mediator, Napoleon III,
has been very unsuccessful in his at?
tempts to bring about a peace as yet.
It is not likely that Bismark will
allow him to have a bit of the Rhine,
nor do the Belgians seem very de?
sirous of being annexed to France,
notwithstanding the intrigues of the
ultra-Montan ese; so that," after aH,
our Emperor will turn out to have
had a groat deal of trouble for no?
In the meantime, great improve?
ments are being made in thc breech
loading needle-gun. Thc latest in?
vention Ls the electric gun. It is
only to be surpassed by the cholera,
which has returned to Puris. Seve?
ral victims have already been carried
o.T. It uow appears decided, sine?
the Imperial visit to the cholera pa
ti. ats ut Amiens, that we are to have
an order destined for women who
have distinguished themselves. Rosa
Bonheur, the celebrated cattle paint?
er, is the only woman in France th?
bearer of an order. The Empress,
during her regency, gave her that ol
the Legion of Honor with her own
hand. A little bird tells us much, tc
the annoyance of the Emperor.
A crusade of a new description i<
being set <>n loot by the Archbishop
of Paris. M. Dnrbey is organizing
an expedition of pilgrims to visit th?
Holy Land during tho holidays. Tht
excursionists will leave Marseilles 01
the 20th of August, and proceed direc
As I have already informed you
there is little to amuse in Paris a
the present moment. The great cen
tro of attraction is tho Pompeiian Pa
laee, in the Champs Elysees, a mar
vellously cool and pleasant place a
this time ol' the year, with fountain
and flowers, and when- music
"Comes stealing over a hank of violets.
The late property of Prince Nape
leon is decidedly the lion at present
and those whoso means and occupa
tions prevent them from leaving th
capital nt this time of the year, cunno
have botter means offered them c
forgetting, for a while, the care an
trouble of life. The Pompeiian Hons
is now doing much injury to tho .Tai
diu Manille hard by, which has bet
in existence more than thirty year;
Kings, Republics and Emperors pas
away, but the Mabillo still reigns sn
preme. How many stars who h uv
shone in this delightful rendezvoti
are now no more? Maria, Poniari;
Clara, Fontaine, and though last, nc
least, Rigolboche, what has beeoni
of them? Some are dead, and othei
have quietly sunk down to the un
dost box-opener and house portiert
Were these Lidies, who former]
played such a part in the Jardin Mi
bille, to re-visit, the scenes of the
former triumphs-, they would fin
everything very much changed
perhaps not so much tho Jardin i
self as the fashions of the ladi
and the frequenters cf the Jardii
Formerly, everybody partook of tl
pleasures of the dance; now-a-day
there are but lookers-on, for tho:
who go through the antics* of the ca
can are paid performers, for the mo
part the very refuse of Parisian soci
ty; so strangers wishing to study tl
manners and customs of French s
ciety, should not leave the gay capit
without having visited the Jard
A fire suddenly broke ont, yest*
day morning, in the stable of t
Cirque do l'Imp?ratrice, in t
Champs Elysees, and notwithstan
ing tho efforts of the firemen, w
arrived almost immediately, thi
mou were so dreadfully burned, as
leave little hopes of their reeovei
They wero takon to thc Hospi
.Beau j on in a deplorable state. .
the horses were saved, with the ex?
ception of two, which were burnt in
a frightful manner. Their flesh was,
in fact* consumed on thoir backs,
and they had to be taken to the
Champ de Mars to be shot. The dis>
I aster originated in the explosion of
portable gas, a quantity of which was
kept in a cellar below tho stables.
Three men descended to this store,
when, by accident, one of the vessels
was broken, and an explosion took
place. Thc lions which nightly per?
formed were removed in safety. The
son of tho concirquc was also severely
An accident took place, a few days
ago, at Havre, on board a ship lading
for Valparaiso. A case suddenly ex?
ploded, wounding three dock labor?
ers. The case, though entered as
containing millinery and other Paris
fancy-articles, had, in reality, amongst
other things, toys made of fulminat?
ing powder, which, being acted ou
by the movement, blew up. Happily,
the men have not been seriously
During tho terrible thunder-storm
which broke over Paris, a few days
ago, a young lad took refuge under
au archway. Tho lightning entered
the archway, running along the
ground like a fiery serpent, and thc
lad felt himself hit a heavy blow ou
the legs. Beyond this he was unhurt,
but, when about to leavo tho arch?
way, he found that the solos had been
cut off as if by a knife, leaving only
the upper leathers.
A short time ago, a Norman pea
sant, bcii^g on his death-bed, called
his wife and said to her: "You know
I have little worldly goods to leave
I have only my horse and my dog. At
soon as I am dead, sell the box-so ant
give the produce of the salo to mj
relations, aud keep thc dog for your
self." After the funeral was over, th?
wife of the defunct went to a fail
with the horse and dog and offeree
them for sale. She speedily found ?
bidder, who offered 5UUf. for the horse
but would not buy thc dog. Tin
woman refused, saying she would no
sell one without the other. The bid
der then offered five francs for tin
dog. No, said she, but give nie li vi
francs for the horse and 500 for th
dog, and they are yours. The bar
gaiu was struck, and, the next day
the woman sent five francs to berlins
band's relations, and kept the 500 io
The young Prince of Hohen zollen i
who was wounded at tie' battle e
Sadowa, has been obliged to have hi
log amputated. Au articulated le?
of silver, is at present being made fe
him, at Paris, lt is said that tin
limb will be of the most perfeet an
A trial trip took place, the. otb?
day, at the Mont Anes, of the ne
railway, which is to cross the Alj
by winding along that mountain b
the side of thc carriage-road. Th
trial has given tho most satisfacloi
results. The velocity gained in tl
ascent was 125 kilometres (liftee
miles) an hour, anil the deseen
fifteen kilometres (nine miles.j it
hoped that the railway will be open?
in its whole length, from Inisch
(Savoy) to Suza, in Italy, during t!
month of October next.
Tho celebrated enginee r, M. Haw!
shaw, has been commissioned total
tho preliminary steps necessary ?<
determining the line of direction
be followed in boring tho tunn
under tho English channel. Tl
impress will be very great. Soun
ings will be taken, during thc sui
mer, in the middle of tho channel,
order to ascertain the naturi' of tl
sea's bottom, as well as tho depth
water. It is proposed to common
tunneling both at Dower and Calai
and, the same time, tho tunnel \v
unite tho Northern Railway,
France, to the South-eastern Rn
way, iu England.
Tho lamp-lighter of ono of t
small theatres, at Taris, is in t
habit of emptying the oil which i
mains in the lamps into a small ca
For some time past, ho remarked tl
this oil disappeared, every day, a
tho can left empty, thieves havi
entered the room. A few ?lays nj
he deeided to hide himself, and
watch what took place. He had i
been hidden more than an hoi
when, to his surprise, he saw an em
mons rat come out of a hole in t
wall, and then another, and so c
till thirty or forty rats were asse
bled. These rats, mounting on t
backs of each other, reached the
can, into which they endeavored
force their heads, but without succi
the neck of it being too small. 1
foremost rats then dipped their h
in the can and gav< tr? thc rats belli
them to lick. The operation coi
nued until the can was emptied, al
which they retired from tho ro
the sumo way as they had entered.
AFRESH supplvof Seegers' eclebr.
Baltimore L\GER BEER.
. June 29 JOHN O. SEEGERS & O
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ami beauty is nowhere moro perceptible
and beautifully attractive than in the
ruddy, healthful, glowing, beautiful com?
plexion of a healthy person. The com?
plexion is radiant, and the lamp of life
burns brightly, so long as it is supplied
with pure blood. The Queen's Delight and
Sarsaparilla, tho great blood purifier, is n
cleaning and searching medicine -giving
strength to thc feeble, invigorating and.
restoring the old; cleansing and purifying
the young. Thu Queen's Delight and Sar- j
snparilla is for bale by Fisher .v Ilciuitsh, |
COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP. j
This Celebrated Toilrt Soap, in undi
universal demand, is made from the |
rho lt cut materials, ?3 mini and cinol- j
lieut jn ?ts nature, fragrantly scented, i
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upon tho skin. For sale by all Druggists ?
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I?ATCIIEIA>R'S HAIR DYK. I
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Produces immediately a splendid Black or
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DtuESPONsini.E OorsTEnrEiTEits.- One ol j
the most serious annoyances which the.
proprietors of au article in unusual de- i
mund have to encounter is the piratical ;
imitation of it by parties equally unsent-i
lons and irresponsible. If an individual or !
a Jinn with means engages in this nefari- j
ons business, the damages awarded by a j
court of justice for ibo otfonce tire collect- j
able, and it is som? satisfaction to the .
party wronged that the wronger is made [
to suffer; bu' in most cases tin- pirates arc
men of straw, who cannot respond in dob i
lars to the law*s award.
HosTEtTEa's STOMACH BITTERS bi dug a
standard tonic, marketablo everywhere,
and representing tho v.due affixed to it as
accurately aa a national bank bill repre?
sents the anion-.t expressed on it s face, has
been extensively counterfeited aud simu?
lated. Thc proprietors have spent many
thousand dollars m hunting up and hunt
ing down irresponsible individuals and I
firms who have given their minds to this
dirt y work. These parties-some of thom,
at 1? aol have a way of changing tlii ir (
base, though they never chance their base- \
ness. When an injunction is laid upon I
them in one part of the country, they some?
times "vamoose" to another, and try the J
trick again. In some cases, it is necessary
to kill them two or three times over. Pi r
baps the bes; thing that can !>.. done under
these circumstances is to "lay an injunc?
tion" upon all who use the Bitters to buy
on ly ot dealers whom they can trust. In
every city, town and village of the United
stati s and British America, this famous
tonic, alterative and protective medicine
mav be procured of reliable men of busi
ycs"*. Aujr 10 -HS
A NEW AND GUANO Erocu IN MEDICINE.
Or. Maggiel is tho founder of a new medi?
cal sys tem! The quantitarian?, w im.-r vast
internal dnscs enfeeble the stomach and
paralyze the bowels, must give precedence
to tho man Wno restores health and appe?
tite, wLh from one to two of his extraordi?
nary Pills, and can s thc- most virulent
sor. s with a box or so of his ? onderfuland
all-healing Salve. These two great speci?
fics of tho Doctor are bis; superseding all
the st. reotyped nostrums of ; he day. Ex?
traordinary cures by Maggiel'* Pills and j
Sal Vi- ll a Ve oj ie ned the c \ es nf t ile public 1.1 j
the inefficiency of tho (so-called) remedies
of others, and upon which people have so j
long blindly d< p< a bd. Maggi, l's Pills are
not of the class that are swallowed by thc
dozen, and < !' which every box full taken
creates an absolute necessity for another.
One or two of Maggiel's Pills suffices to I
placo the bowels in perfect order, tone the '
stomach, cn ate an appetite and render the
spirits light and buoyant. There ii no
griping and tn > reaction in t lie form of con?
stipation. If the liver is affected, its func?
tions are rest >rcd; and if thc nervous sys?
tem i s feeble, ii ts invigorated. This last
quality makes tho medicines very desirable
tm- th.- wan'.s of delicate fuma] -s. Ulcerous
and eruptive diseases are literally extin?
guished by the disinfectant power of Mag?
giel's Salve. In fact, it is here announced
that ITaggieTs Uilious, Dyspeptic aiul Dior
durn Pill's cure w here all ot hers fail. While
for burns, scalds, chilblains, cuts and all
abrasions of thc skin MaggiePs Salee is in
I'alliMe. Sold by J. Maggiel, ll Pinestrcet,
New York, and"all druggists, at 23 cents
per b i\. .Tum- "J9 ly
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An elegant assortment of FISHING
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Lines. Ac. At LOW PRICES.
P. W. KRAFT,
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N. . B.-Manufacturing and repairing
substantially and neatlv executed.
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TEN PAYMENT "LIFE AND AI
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.in ann i nu
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11HESE wonderful medicine.- uro now PO |
. familiar in the people that but little ;
endorsement of their value aa a physic !
need hu made. The Pills <?r br. Maggiel i
..ont ain no mineral. They du not gripe, i
ami they do not enfeeble thc system byex- .
treme purging. They are universal in
CREATING A VIGOROUS APPETITE! j
And correspondingly strengthen Lb?: dig??- .
tion. They tone the liver, clear i he m ad
.md steady the nerves. T<> those who arc
not familiar with the use of
DR. M VGGIEL'S PI LL.-.
V- aa anti-billions remedy, the following '?
extracts from various ?otters will he, it ie ;
hoped, or' sufficient importance io justify '
the ijuoting of them herc:
WHAT THE lWTTENTS SAY OF
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS AND SALVE.
" Tho best Pills for headache f ever lind." ;
' Mc liver works like an engine, thiink? I
to your Pills/'
..I am pleased to say to you, Dr. M tggiol, j
that I would no: bc without a box of your ;
Pills for curing me of morning nausea for
..Voa will hud . nel ..-ed si. V/our Pills
ire univ 25 cents, but 1 consider,!hem worth !
to me SI."
"DEAU DOCTOII: .My tongue had a fur on
it every morning like the back of a cat. t
i'our bills took it away."
?.I took half a pill and crushed it to pow- i
1er, and gave it in jelly to my little babe !
for chop ra morbus, d be dear little pet
wr.s w< ll in three hours after."
"I suppose it is hardly worth while to tell I
yon my burned foot has got well from the
use of*your Salve. Enclosed find 25 ccu ts ,
for am ther box to heep in the house." !
"Send me another box of Salve."
? Enclosed find 75 cents for two boxes of
your Magtiiel's Pills and one of Salve."
"The mosl gentle, yet searching, medi?
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They will not harm the most delicate fe- '
r?tale, ?.nd can be given with good effect in
prescribed doses to the youngest babe.
FOR CUTANEOUS DISORDERS
And nil eruptions ot the skin, tho Salve is |
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nally alone, but penetrates with the most i
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DR. M VGGIEL'S PILLS
1SVAUI WU.Y CURE THE FOLLOWING DISEASES:
Asthma, * Headache,
Bowel Complaints, Indigestion,
Coughs, I Influenza,
('olds. ; Inflammation,
Chest Disease*1, ! Inward Weakness,
dst b en-i, Liver Complaint,
Dvspepsia, Lowness of spirits.
Dia rr ii HM, Kin g worm.
Debility . i Sap Rheum,
Fever and Ague, | Scalds.
Skin I diseases,
E >ch Box Oorttains 12 PM*.
<>,,e Pill J'S a Bone.
NOTICE.-None genuino without the en- |
(?raved trade mark around each pot or box, :
signed by DR. J. MAGGIEL, New York, to
counterfeit which is felony.
ir?-Sold by all respectable dealers in ?
medicines throughout the United State? I
and Canadas, st 2."> c?utaj per box oi pot. i
FISHER A- HEINTTSH, Columbia, ts. ?.. j
Jalr 29 ly '
DIVIDENDS declared and paid annually
:d January 1, 1866.
?J ENDOWMENT POLICIES.
rc the physical condition is unexceptionable
COMPANY THAT RENEWED ITH
?S AFTER THE WAR.
lily is a policy of LIFE INSURANCE,
[eur above the contingencies of accident ut
H. E. NICHOLS, Agent,
id Washington streets, Columbia, S. C.
C. H. BALDWIN & CO.,
Fine Groemos. Choice Teas, Cofiees, Etc.,
"VT7TTH a full lino of plantation sup
TT plies, which are offered at attractive
prices-at corner Main and Washington
atreets, Columbia, S. C.
C. H. BALDWIN. M. B. GREEN.
Aug 5 . Imo
FUR HATS ! !
CASHMERES AND TWEEDS !
AT REDUCED PRICES!
WE ofter the balance of our stock OJ
SPRING and SUMMER GOODS A l
We have recentlv made a largo addition
to our stock of CASSI MERES, TWEEDS
and HATS, and will receive, in a few day*,
a large addition to our stock of CLOTH?
Wc have the largest assortment of BA*J *s
to be found in this city, embracing all ti.
Our Ready-made Gooda
Are mostly of our own manufacturo; ar. t
those desiring to patronize home produc?
tions are invited to call.
Our stock of FBENCU and ENGLISH
CASSIMEBES is large, and we will MAKE
TO OBDER at CORRESPONDING RE?
R. & W. C. SWAFFIEL?,
June 2 BEDELL'S ROW.
MN IN & KREUDER.
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SELECT GOODS alwavs in store, and
never offered for salo LESS THAN
Main Slr crt and G errais Street.
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For the cure of all those Diseases hav?
ing their origin in a vitiated condi
(iou of thc human si/stem, and those
arising from any departure from the
laics of health, imprudence in living,
over-taxing nature, from too great in?
dulgence of every kind-ealing, drink?
ing, working-whereby nature suf?
ri?HIS chemical extract will bs found ac
J. invaluable restorative cordial for ail
diseases arising from an impure state of
tho blood. Cutaneous emptions, such a
Boils, Pimples, Carbuncles. Pustules,
Blotches, Roughness of tho Skin, Sealy
Appearance of tho Cuticle, Tetter, Ring?
worms and Itching Humors of the Skin,
this purifier will remove, and impart
health and a life-glow to tho complexion.
For Erysipelas, Scrofula or King's Evil,
Rheumatism, Pains in tho Bones, Stiffness
in thu Joints, Old Ulcers, Want of Blood
in the Parts, Syphilitic Sores and Ulcere,
and Impaired Constitutions arising from
those diseases, ami from the too free us?
of mercury. For General Debility, spring?
ing from Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Weak?
ness anil Pains m the Stomach, Liver Com?
plaint, or want of action in. that organ
producing pams iu thu side or back, affect?
ing .lie kidneys and bladder.
Fem nie*, at the period of change, will
find it tue best restorative to health and
strength, from all those weaknesses and
depressions of mind and body which fol?
low at this time of life.
Persons traveling South or living in warm
climates, and all unacclimated, will find the
Queen's Delight a great protection from
all those diseases which originate in a
change of climate, diet and lifo.
A brief history of this remai kable medi?
cino will not be out of place here. Its pro?
perties as a remedy were first introduced
to the notice of the profession by Dr. Thos.
Yoting Simons, of South Carolina, as early
as 1828, as a valuable alterativo remedy bi
syphilitic affections, and others requiring
the use of mercury. Dr. Simona' state?
ments have been endorsed aud extended
by Dr. \. Lopez, of Mobile, and D . H. K
Frost, of Charleston. From thc reports ia
its favor, there seems no reason to doubt
the efficacy of this medicine in Secondary
Syphilis, Scrofula, Cutanoous Disease*.
Chronic Hepatic Affections and other com?
plaints- benefited by alterative'medicines.
For saki by FISHER A HE1NITSH,
Jano 29 Pharmaeists, Columbia. S. C