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BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2. 1866.
VOLUME II-NO. 16^
PUBLISHED DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
STATE AND CITY PRINTER.
Dailv Paper, .six months.?4 00
Tri-weeklv, " " . 2 50
Weekly, " . 1 50
Inserted at 75 cents per square for the first
insertion, and 50 cents for each subsequent.
Weekly 75 cents each insertion.
OW A liberal discount made on the above
rates when advertisements are inserted by
the month or year.
MGf Special notices TO cents a line.
S. P. Kinard, Newberry.
Samuel Drouthitt, Greenville C. H.
Wm. Moore, Abbeville C. H.
Julius Poppe, Anderson C. H.
NEGRO SUFFRAGE.-Tho Indianola
(Texas) Times expresses below an
opinion generally entertained here
and elsewhere. Negro suffrage will
add fearfully to the corruption of po?
litics, and is to bo altogether depre?
cated; but if it is imposed on the
country, tho negro will take the
Southern side, for it will be his inte?
rest to do so, a few schemers of his
own race and the Northern radicals
to the contrary notwithstanding. The
Times says :
People sometimes rather hastily
jump at conclusions. The editor of
the Corpus Christi Advertiser says
that "radicalism, as apolitical power,
cannot long exist without the aid of
negro votes." His inference seems
to be that the negroes, if allowed the
right of suffrage, will all vote the ra?
dical ticket. We think not-unless
they import and vote them at the
North, and this they will not do.
Even the rampant Northern delegates
to the bogus convention rejected the
negro suffrage plank iu their political
platform. Avery large majority of
them votiug hore would vote with
their old Southern friends. Sambo
is already beginning to surfeit on
negro bureau. He has had an over?
dose. He finds his old master will
give him employment wheu his ava?
ricious emancipators don't interfere,
and does not, like them, cheat him
ont of his wages. Simple though he
be, he finds the unjust allowance of
claims trumped up by worthless ne?
groes against their employers has de?
ferred many from givi?g them em?
ployment at all. In this manner, the
well meaning blacks, who would
otherwise be trustworthy and indus?
trious, have been victimized, through
the influence of the bureau, by the
idle and vicious. Let the negro fully
understand the nature of abolition
philanthropy, and very few votes
would be cast for the radical ticket
by the colored population.
SHALL- THE SOUTH PLANT COTTON?
A very grave question is presented to
the people of the South. Will they con?
tinue to delve, and toil, and sweat in
the cotton field, when but ? pittance
of their earnings can be enjoyed by
themselves? Or will they turn their
attention to the comforts and good
living which can only be found in the
cultivation of provisions, the delica?
cies of the garden, the luxuries of the
farm-yard, and thc raising of stock?
We long to see the day when they
will arrive at the sensible and truth?
ful conclusion that cotton is the Iliad
of their woes, and that the road to
contentment and comfort leads not
to the cotton field, but to the easy
culture of the necessaries of life, and
the improvement of the homes of the
heart. While they will be adding to
their own ease and domestic happi?
ness, by planting only enough cotton
for home consumption, they will
teach their enemies a lesson as sad in
its history as it will bo disastrous in
its results. Where all are poor, po?
verty is no disgrace; and now that
we can afford to be poor, let us try
the experiment of a fine garden, full
cribs, fat hogs and splendid horses.
The lands that enriched New Eng?
land will grow fertile again, by lying
idle a few years, while the soil upon
which sprung the Upas that has poi?
soned and blasted the prosperity of i
the South will wither and die. * I
Ladies, look after your^doses from j
the dootors. Two sisters of Wash?
ington, Mo., were killed by poison
administered by a quack physician.
Forty grains of podophyllin had been \
administered to each one-enough to
kill twenty men.
European news by mail says that
there is every prospect of the speedy
and complete success of the Euglish
Liberals iu their efforts for an exten?
sion of the franchise.
The Baltimore Methodist gives en?
couraging accounts of renewed life
and improvement among the Metho?
dist churches destroyed or impaired
in Virginia during the war.
! ?PECIAL NOTICES.
SWEET OPOPONAX FROM MEXICO! New,
; very rave, rich und fashionable perfume.
; The finest ever imported or manufactured
: in the United States. Try ft and bo con
A NEW PERFUME! Called SweetOpoponax
. from Mexico, manufactured by E.T. Smith
! ?fe Co., New York, is making a sensation
I wherever it is known. Is very delicate,
: and its fragrance remains on the handker?
chief for davs.
[Philadelphia Keening Bulletin.
SWEET OPOPONAX! New Perfume from
i Mexico. The only fashionable Perfume
I and ladies' delight.
SWEET OPOPONAX! The only elegant Per?
fume. Is found on all toilets, and never
j stains the handkerchief.
SWEET OPOPONAX! IS thc sweetest Ex?
tract ever made. Supersedes all others,
j Try it once; will use no other.
' SWEET OPOPONAX! Ladies, in their moru
I ing calls, carry joy and gladness, when
: perfumed with Sweet Opoponax.
MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY-An
; Essay of Warning and Instruction for
j Young .Men. Also, Diseases and Abuses
j which prostrate the vital powers, with ?tire
means uf relief. Sent free of charge in
I sealed letter envelopes. Address Dr. J.
j SKLLL1N HOUGHTON, Howard Associa?
tion, Philadelphia, Pa. Aug 13 3mo
COLti.VTE'S HOKEY SOAP.
This celebrated Toilet Soup, m such
universa! demand, is made from the
choice,; materials, i- mild and cmol
j Heut nj its nature, friij?ritntly ?rented,
j and extremely beneficial ia its action
upon tht ukin. For sale by al! Druggists
i and Fancy doods Dealers. March 2S Iv
BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.
? Tin- Original and Pest in the World
Thc uni;, tra. ind perfect HAIL DYE
i Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous
j Produces immediately a splendid black 01
: natural brown, without injuring the hail
? or skin. Remedies tb..- ill effects of bat
j dyes. Sohl by all Druggists. The genuini
i is signed William A. Batchelor. Also, RE
GENERATING EXTRACT Ol' MILLE
FLEURS, for Restoring and Beautifyinj
j the Hair. CHARLES BATCHELOR.
Oct 25 ly New York.
A NEW AND GRAND EPOCH IN MEDICINE.
j Dr. Maggie! is the founder of a new medi
calsystem! The quantitarians, whose vas
internal doses enfeeble the stomach an
paralyze the bowels, must give preeedenc
to the mau who restores health and app?
tito, wi di from one to two of his extraord:
nary Pills, and cures the rhoat viruler.
j sores with a box or so of his wonderful an
all-healing Salve. These two great spec
fies of the Doctor are fast superseding a
the stereotyped nostrums of the day. E:
traordinary cures hy Maggiel's Pills an
Salve have opened the eyes of the publi?t
the inefficiency of tho (so-called) remedie
of others, and upon which people have e
long blindly depended. Maggiel's Pills ai
not of the class that sro swallowed by tl
dozen, and of which every box full takt
creates an absoluto necessity for anothe
Ona or two of Maggiel's Pills sutttces t
place the bowels in perfect order, tone tl
stomach, create an appetite and render tl
spirits light and buoyant. There is r
griping and no reaction in the form of coi
stipation. If the liver is affected, its fun
tiocs are restored; and if the nervous sy
tem is feeble, it is invigorated. This la
quality makes the medicines very desirab
for the wants of delicate females. Ulceroi
and eruptivo diseases are literally exti:
gUished by tho disinfectant power of Ma
giel's Salve. In fact, it is here announei
that Maggiel's Bilious, Dyspeptic and Dia
rhtta Pitts cure where all others fail. Whi
for burns, scalds, chilblains, cuts and i
abrasions of the skin Maggiel's Salve is i
fallible. Sold by J. Maggiel, ll Pine stret
New York, and all druggists, at 25 cen
per^box. July 20 ly
Sale of Machinery, Materials, tte,
I At the State Works, Greenville, S. C
j On WEDXESDA Y, October 17, 1SGC.
BY virtue of authority vested in tl
Commissioners by the Legislature
j South Carolina, at its recent special s(
sion, the terms of this sale, instead of boil
I sixty days' time, as heretofore publisht
? will be as follows:
i Sums of and under #100, cash; from $1
to ?500, sixty days; over $500, one and b
years, in equal instalments. The cre<
purchases to bear interest from date, a
to be secured with approved sureties.
C. J. ELFORD,
Secretary to Commis'rs State Works,
Sept 30 ti Greenville, S. C.
SST All papers that were authorized
pvOihsh the previous notice of tho sale, w
copv this notioe^jix times daily, and forwa
bill'to C. J. ELFORD, Secrctary
SAMUEL E. STRATTON,
Cotton Ka?6r Waste, Old Bagging and Rc
COPPER, BRASS and other old METAI
Highest cash price paid for the ab<
articles. Assembly street, one door fr<
Gervais, Columbia", S. G. Sept 20 Imo'
CORN, SiGAfl, COFFEE, ET
500 bushels White CORN.
300 bushels Mixed Corn.
Sugar, Coffee. Salt,
bagging, Rope and Twine. For sale
Sept 26 _ALFRED TOLLESON
Straw Cutters! Straw Cutters!
At the. Sign of the Golden Pad-J^ock.
JUST received, a large varietv of Str
and Stalk CUTTERS, and fbr sale 1
by JOHN C. DIAL
By the Commissioners Appointed hy?
the Legislature of South Carolina
to Sell the State Works.
Materials, Tools, &c,
AT public auction, at tho State Military
Works, Greenville, S. C., beginning on
WEDNESDAY, 17th October, ISM, consist?
2 Steam Engines-otic 25 and one 40
Engine Lathes, Milling Machines, Yiscs.
Hand Lathes, Wood Turning Lathes.
Drilling Machines, Punching Machines.
Trip Hammers and Forges, Steam Ham?
Smiths' Tongs. Smiths' Hammers. Shaft?
Screw Cutting Machines.
Wire Drawing Machines.
Bellows, Machino Blowers, Portable
All descriptions of Gun Machinery.
Wood and Iron Planing Machines.
Leather Belting, Rubber Belting.
Flasks, Patterns, Pouches, Wrenches,
Several hundred gross Iron ami Brass
300 doz. Files and Rasps.
2,500 lbs. Ca8t and Spring Steel.
14,000 lbs. Swedes and American Iron.
500 cords Pine Wood, Coke.
Brass and Iron Trimmings and Filings.
56 pair Window Sashes.
Corn Mills, Hand Screws, Wagon Wheels.
I Planes, Augers, Braces and Bits.
Stoves and Pipes, Fire Brick.
And numberless other articles.
All these aro in large numbers and quan?
tities, and constitute a stock of Machinery,
ic, such as is seldom offered.
A catalogue, of sixteen pages, bas been
printed, containing a general description
of the Stock, which mar bo bad on appli?
cation by mail to the Secretary.
as- Terms cash, or a note at sixty days,
with approved security, bearing interest,
at option of thc purchaser.
For further information, apply to
C. J. ELFORD,
Sec'v to Commissioners State Works,
Sept 7 fG Greenville, S. C._
South Carolina Railroads.
The several Railroad Companies in this
State, and all persons who have com
plaints to make of excessive or unequal
charges, or violations of their charters by
aaid roads, will take notice that tho fol?
lowing joint resolution of tho General
Assembly was adopted at the last regular
Resolved, That a Special Commission,
consisting of two members of the.Senate,
and ono from each Congressional District
m tho House, bo appointed to investigate
ind report to this General Assembly, at its
next regular session, the complaints made
of excessive and unequal charges by .hu
liffcrent Railroad Companies of this State,
iud to inquire if, and in what maimer,
they have violated their respectivo char?
ters. That the said Commission have
power to summon euch witnesses, and to
require the production of such books and
j papers as may be necessary, and also to
inquire and report what charters are snb
I iect to amendment; and in those cases
i ivhere amendments are practicable, what
I changes should be made to protect the
mterest ot the public.
The Commission appointed under the
foregoing resolution, hereby call upon all
persons having knowledge of material
facts relating to the matters embraced in
said resolution, to forward statemeuts
duly authenticated to the several mem?
bers of the Commission as hereinafter
Complaints and charges i elating to the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, the
Blue Ridge Railroad, the Laurena Rail?
road, the Spartanburg and Union Railroad,
may bo forwarded to G. F. Townes, at
Greenville C. H., or to W- S. Grisham, at
Charges and complaints relating to the
South Carolina Railroad, maybe forwarded
to M. C. Butler, Edgefirld C. H., or R. S.
Duryea, at Charleston.
Those relating to the Charlotte and
South Carolina Railroad, and the King's
Mountain Railroad, may bo sent to B. W.
Ball, at Laurens C. H.
Those relating to Cae Wilmington and
Manchester Railroad, and the Cheraw and
Darlington Railroad, may be sent to Harris
Covington, at Bennettsville.
Those relating to the North-eastern
Railroad, and Charleston and Savannah
Railroad, to R. S. Duryea, at Charleston.
The Commission will meet at Columbia,
(at Nickerson's Hotel,) on FRIDAY, the
23d day of November next, at 10 oTlock
a. m., to make up their report; at which
time any persons interested may appear
before them, and furnish such information
as may be considered necessary, relative to
tho matters under consideration.
G. F. TOWNES,
Chairman Senate Committee.
M. C. BUTLER,
Chairman House Committee.
HANAHAN & WARL?YT
Factors and Commission Merchants,
Columbia and Charleston, S. C.
Solicitconsignments at eitherplace from
their friends. July 18 3mo
H. D. HANAHAN. FELIX WARLEY.
Old Newspapers for Sale,
BY the hundred or thousand, at
March 2 PHONIX OFFICE.
New Goods !
FRENCH AMI ENGLISH BROADCLOTHS
THE subscribers have just received, an<l
will ?pen THIS MORNING, a few in
voices, comprising a neat assortment of !
CLOTHING, ENGLISH and FRENCH
CLOTHS, CASSIME1OS, &c-being Ihr
first importation to this ci/i/ for lite seaton, i
Our READY-MADE GOODS are princi- !
pally from our own manufactory, and are !
made up in the latest styles.
Our stock of materials for manufacturing :
I embraces every style, and will bo made np
to order pt tho shortest notice. Our cus?
tomers tn the country are invited to call or
send their orders, when they will be ':
promptly attended to.
We will also open shortly, a tine assort?
ment of HATS, of the various styles in the |
We invite the attention of our visiting !
friends in the city to these late arrivais,
feeling assured that wo will be able to give
satisfaction to all who desire to supply |
R. & W. t SWAFFILli.
. Sept 19 BEDELL'S ROW. j
MB LOS MATCH 2 I
SOLD to tho TRADE CHEAPER than
any other Match of the kind in market.
Sept 5 2mo CALNAN ? ERE UDER.
CALNAN & KREMIER.
! GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Wines, Liquors and Segars. ;
SELECT OOODS alwavs in store, and I
never offered For sale LESS THAN
Mirp'n Street toni Qercais Street.
M. J. CALNAN. CH. K RE UDER
July 10 i
Grims , PISTOLS"
ANEW and complete assortment just
An elegant assortment nf FISHING i
TACKLE-Rods, Beds, Bobs, Hooks,
Lines, &c. At LOW PRICES.
P. W. KRAFT.
Washington street, opposite tdd Jail.
N. B.-Manufacturing and repairing .
substantials and neatlv executed.
Mav 20 _"_ I v ;
HAVING te-nm-d the
'ibove business, I am pre- i
_..)ared to execute ?il kinds i
ot work in the above line at the shortest j
notice and most reasonable prices.
A variety of COFFINS constantly on ;
hand. Funerals promptly atiende.!.
M.* IL BERRY,
At Brennan .V Carroll's Carriage Factor}.
Pistols! Pistols! Pistols!
At the Sign of the Golden Pad-Lock. j
JUST received, a large assortment of j
PISTOLS, embracing thc most d?sira
ble made in this country.
A full assortment of Powder, Shot, Caps. !
Cartridges. Ac, and for sale cheap by
Aug 30_JOHN C. DIAL. _ |
F. W. Wlfi@*? I
Steam Planing Mill ! !
Pickens Street, between Washington and j
J'lain, Columbia, S. C. J
ON hand and furnished to order at short j
notice, all kinds of dressed LUMBER,
FLOORING, CEILING. SHELVING, WEA- ?
THER-BO ARDIN Cr, Ac. Also, SASHES, I
Blinds, Doors, Mantle-piece Mouldings, 1
Brackets, Counters, Tables, &c.
Having now in operation full sets of the
most improved machinery, I am prepared |
to turn out FIRST-CLASS WORK, at very |
reasonable ligures. All in want of any ma?
terial in my line will do weii to give me a \
call. All},' 1 dino
Near the Greenville and Charleston
COLUMBIA, S. C.
MTHE public is informed that the
above hotel has just been finished,
and contains new furniture through?
out, for the accommodation of TRANSIENT
and REGULAR BOARDERS. Tho very
best that the markets alford will be found
on his table, prepared in excellent styii".
Passengers will be convevod to and from
either of the depots FREE OF CHARGE.
Also, VEHICLES furnished to carry pas?
sengers to anv part of the town or countrv.
Fine WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TO?
BACCO, etc., can bo obtained in the Sam?
ple Room connected with tho hotel.
Aug 7_R. JOINER. Proprietor.
C. D. MELTON. R. W. SHAM). S. W. MELTON.
MELTON & SH AND,
Attorneys at Law and Solicitors in Equity.
UNIONYILLE, S C.
OFFICE (for tho present) in the base?
ment of the Court House.
Aug 24 Imo
- . ' -MT . ? -M' Wn dr i f f i i lilli B R3KfIlffie~
III MI?TIM, M5T~
HORACE !.. EMERY & SON,
PROPRIETORS AND MANAGERS,
Hamilton Street, Corner of Union and Liberty Streets, Albany, N. Y.
NAME AND TRADE MARK.
101! X ? ? T O THE PUBLIC.
AS other parties :!:... advertising themselves UH having purchased tho property aud
business of the Emery Agricultural Works, increased their facilities, and arc con?
tinuing thc business, thc effect of which, if not tho intention, is lo divert the patronage
and business from the well known and long established EMERY'S ALBANY AGRICUL?
TURAL WORKS of this city, thc proprietors of these Works, in self-defence, and to
inform their patrons that they stilt live, beg a careful perusal of the following card:
The above celebrated Works were originated and erected during the years 1847,48
and '49, by the present senior proprietor, who has (with short interrupt ions) been con?
stantly connected with them aa thc principal manager, and since I860, in connection
with his junior brothers, uniter the style of Emery Brothers.
During the summer of 1862, he attended the World's Fair at London, with some of
his leading inventions, and remained abroad nearly two years, engaged in successfully
In the meantime, owing to embarrassments and losses, the timi of Em.-ry Brothera,
consisting of Wm. B. and <?. W. Emery, made an assignment, and these entire works
and business were sold, a--; purchased by other parties, and the said firm ceased to
exist from November I, L*32, leaving thc brothers. Wm. E. and G. W.. hopelessly bank?
On his return from England, in tia early part of 186-1, the present senior proprietor
negotiated for and re-purchased the entire interest, real and personal, in and to these
works and business, including its entire- accumulation of patterns, working machinery
and its business, and continued the same, with the aid of Wm. B. ami G. W.. t o No?
vember 1, 1864, when he assumed its entire management on his own account-Wm.B.
and G. W., for a very valuable cash consideration, preferring to relinquish all antici?
pated interests and retire therefrom, and with tho intention with these funds of coin
promising with their creditors.
. He baa sin-.- associated with him his eldest son, HORACE HERBE KT EMERY, under
the styli- and a.ma ai t in- lu ad of this notice, and continues the business, in all its
branches, at the old stand-than which no moro complete establishment of its kind
exists in the country.
Tiley have largely increased their facilities, made many new and valuable additions
and improvements to their already large assortment of machines, which their expe?
rience and observation, at home and abroad, have suggested as desirable.
The senior member id' tho firm is the pioneer of this business here, and ho has bee?
the designer, protector and patentee of all the leading and successful machines which
have given the wide celebrity t; these works; among which arc the EMERY HORSE
iMWEltS, COTTON GINS ami CONDENSERS, Threshing Machines, Sawing Mills,
Corn Shellers, Churning Machines, Cotton Openers, Ac., ali of which they now ofter
tho public on the most liberal terms, and a continuance of their patronage" is solicited.
In tho articles of Cotton Gins and Condensers, they are thc only parties manufactur?
ing them with the improvements which Lave given these Gins the precedence and their
world-wide reputation, notwithstanding other parties are now representing that thej
have purchased the"Emery Agricultural Works and are making the?e celebrated ma?
chines-as a glance nt the facts and their machines will satisfv the most common
The property which was purchased by said other parties, and called the Emerv Agri?
cultural Works, consisted of a recent collection of machines, tools, patterns, ?c.,by
Mr. Farr, with the services o'' Wm. li. and G. W. Emery, and located in the village of
bath, in an adjoining County, and in vain- about $5,0C0 to $7.000: the two Emerys ink?
ing employment wita iii;- new organization.
We again solicit the attention of the agricultural public and trade, and assur? them
that nothing will la- spared t.> maintain th.; well-earned reputation of our wares, which
we offer on tho most liberal terms to farmers, planters and dealers. Circulars and
price lists sent gratis on application.
- ^j7^?^L^MER^^?Xfe* Address A. R. COLTON, wi o has bren
. -_A?:Hy-fly -:-ST-"T. ' '-NT; fetft.^^7duly appointed our exclusive agent for Co
' * ' I&^^SSE?EX&??S*[l Sept 21 ?1 m o AN I)AKU A?i? COLTON.' '
H. E. NICHOLS & CO.,
General Insurance Agents, Stock and Exchange Brokers,
COLUMBIA, ?. O
REPRESENT, among others, the following well-known FIRST-CLASS COMPANIES:
QUEEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY of Liverpool and London-author?
ized capital ?2,000,000, or nearly.$10,000,000
UNDERWRITERS' AGENCY, New York-capital and assets over. 3,000,000
INTERNATIONAL, New York-capital and assets nearly. 2,000,000
SECURITY, New York-capital and assets. 1,500,000
HOME, New Haven-capital and assets. 1,500,000
MANHATTAN. New York-capital and assets.^. 1,100,000
NORTH AMERICAN, New York-capital and assets. 760,000
HOME, Savannah. Ga.- capital and assets. 500 (?Ol)
SOUTHERN INSURANCE AND TRUST, Savannah-capital and assets- 500,000
" Risks taken on BUILDINGS, MERCHANDIZE, COTTON-in store and on planta?
tions-Household Furniture, Rents, Leases, Mortgages and ?.verv description of pro?
perty liable to loss or damage by lire, on the LOWEST TERMS. Policies issued pay
ablein gold or currency, and losses promptly paid.
.ETNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Hartford-capital and assets nearly S4,060,uuo.
This liberal and generous company presents great inducements to those who feel that
lifo is uncertain, and who desire to make a CEETAIS provision for those m ar and dear,
who otherwise might suffer when they are gone.
SELL EXCHANGE ON NEW" YORK, in sums to suit, at the usual rates.
Internal Revenue Stamps, of all denominations, for Bale.
ii?- Office, for the present,corney of Washington and Assembly streets. Sept ooma
.ETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
A , ince .?3,000,000
Assets, anne, 1860. .> ono ono
Income for year ending June, 1866, over. -,bw,uw
-I DOR POLICIES issued in June, 1866. DIVIDENDS declared and paid annually .
1,000 Fifty per cent, dividend declared JanuaryL 1866.
TEN PAYMENT LIFE AND ALL ENDOW MEN I POLICIES.
.V O N- F 0 RE El T A B L E.
$20 OOO will bc insured .-n a single Lite, where thc physical condition is unexceptionable
THIS TS THE ONLY NORTHERN COMI^VNY TH AT RENEWED ITS
SOUTHERN POLICIES AFTER THE WAR.
The onlv cert tin Provision for your family is a policy of LIFE INSURANCE.
r, i i* -? ' . t,-.- near and dear above tin-contingencies of accident or
Do not d<-a\ to plac< tho. ll. K. NICHOLS & CO., Agents,
C JulvV Brno Corner of Assembly and Washington streets, Columbia, S. C.
At the Sign of the (fahh-n Pad-Lock.
AFULL assortment of Tabloand Pocket
CUTLERY, SCISSORS, ic, in store .
and for ?ale low by JOHN C. DIAL. '
Double Cooled Extra FAMILY FLOUR, i
Sept 16 JOHN C. SLEOERS & CO.
^^^^^^ HAVING opened my cftiee
MffrfgESfr permanently in Columbia, I
tfrnPSHBHL may We found at all boura nt
M4-*Jg Hr the residence of Mr. M. H.
Berry, (opposite the Catbolic Church,) on
Assembly street. P. P. GREGG.
ALMOST equal to Hams.
Aug 30 JOHN C. SEEGERS & CO.