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COLUMBIA, March 23, 1885.
A regular meeting of Council was held this
28th diy of Mare!:, ISC5. Fissent-Iiis Honor
the Mayor; Assistant Mayor J. G. Gibbes; Al?
dermen Blakely, Glaze, Gnignard, Harris,
Hope. Leaphart, McKenzie, Stork and Wells.
The Council being ?ailed to order, pmce'-'ded to
Mr. li. McDougall appeared before Council
on a charge of cutting down a shade tree be?
fore his dweilii.g. Defence offered, ignorance ol'
the ordinance on that subject. On motion, ho
was excused in ?his instance; but this not to
act as a precedent in any similar 'case. '
A resolution was adopted to publish the or
dinance concerning thaue trees.
The following resolution was offered and
Resolved, That where it appears evident to
the city authorities that any tree or trees
planted ou the streets ol' the city have become
dead by being burned, that permission be
giauteu to the owners ol the lotor lots where?
on they may ?be opposite, io cut down such
trees lor their usc, On an o ligation from such
parties that tiley will replace all trees cut
down,.hy planting others, as soon as practica?
ble; permission io be granted by Aidermau
Glaze, Chairman of Committee on iSidtiey l'ark.
Mrs. Montieth applied for iniermatiou rela?
tive to the re-ojieniiig of her school Referred
to Committee on Public >cuoois.
The Ioho wing resolutions \-<J0 adopted:
R^uivtd, "i hut ?ill election will bt-held at thc
next regular meeting of 0? uneil, io be held on
Tuesday, the -Jeth of April, for a City Clerk,
Applicants will hand tue r letlers*of applica
lion to thc Mayor before the day of election,
Jicsoiced, i iiat a special agent, selected by
his Honor the jia\i.r, oe appointed, to proceec
forthwith to Charlotte, 2>J; C, for the purpos*
of bringing the hooks, papers, tte., belonging
io the city. To carry out. the resolution, tin
Mayor is hereby directed to place'?t the dis
posai ni said agent a horse and wagon.
On iiioliou, the ferry over Congaree ltivei
was turned over lo Hie charge ol J. Ss. Guig
Un motionna committee of three, consisting
of Aldermen Leaphart, Hope and stork, wa
appointed to make simi lal arrangements Sn re
gard to the ferry over Lroad Uiver.
The tollowing resolutions were adopted:
Ucsolui'd. Tba*- Assistant Mayor J. G. Gibbe
be appointed for the purpose ol making appli
cation to the Legislature for right bf way t<
Kesoleed, That a committee of three bu ?ap
pointed to advise with the Governor will
reference to getting transportation for the sup
plies accumulated along the line of the Green
ville Railroad, sud that every effort bemad
.??-.--??t y - rtT'---^ ? .-..?. ?- gig; ?r MW -a- ?ty djaB?O
to'get the aid of Rowrmnei.t wagons Ju.- lb at
purpose.. (.Oiiu.-iit.iei.- Cn comsist of A?.-isiant
Mayor J. G. Gibbes,' A Idertueh Wells ami Hope.
i\o further busia.":.;;. Council adjourned, i
P. B. GLASS, City Clerk.
SOME HOOP SKIRTS ure for sale at A.
. TRAG ER'S, end of Ricberdsou street, olaee
to Frazce's n<5w buildings. march 28 i*
V\7 ANTED to purchase, a modest COTTAGE,
, Tl suitable for a* small lainily, fha pleasant
i part of the city. Apply at this office.
MRS. SELBY will resume the exercises of
her SCHOOL on MONDAY, jkl April.
AFEW bottles ot uncorrosive WHIT i NC,
INK, for sale at this office. mureh '?'j
' Brass Foundry.
j TH lil l subscriber, Uiankful for past patronage,
_1_ would inform his friends uud the public
that he is still prepared to furnish all kinds of
liliAbS CA?TlAG in a workniaulike mauaer
and with despatch. ROBT MCDOUGALL,
mardi 2* 12"* Gadsden uear Washm?tou|si.,
o ern. o i notice.
\ ?l&S MARY E DCUkUCGUS will open a
_lYJ_ ."5C?.OOL for boys a ad giris under four
tctu, on the F1KST MONDAY in April next,
at thc Presiden i's nouse, in the College Campus.
"The number of pupils ni t to exceed twenty,
n.arch 2."r o"
Taken alter tile Fire,
j t>ROBABLY by mistake, a PLAID CASSI
IX MERE a LIT. Part ol it was eeeu at the
: Catholic Church; the rest ia a bundle at the
j Methodist College. . Auy one haviug it in their
J possession Will be rewarded, it required, by
leaving it at this office. march 28
j . Stolen,
j J.M?OM a vva^on on the edge of the city, tue
JD nay the enemy catered Columbia, among
I other laings a WOKE. DUN, containing a sui;.!,
j paper box, filled Wim locks of hair and a small
. Tcataineut. If any one has such a box in tk< n
I possession, they wal confer a favor by leaving
J it, at this office. march 28
ALL CHECKS drawn by -he subscriber ?a
the Commercial Dank ol thu city siace ls
(January last, have been paid by me, bal san.
?checks were stolen Jarmg thc time the caa.; )
Iwere here-, together with o i2,-iU j. pr mei j ab*
iu lurga bills. lins, ia iuteudou so uuii. in
j public about faking said CUCCKS, as they uteri
noi marked paid; tuc o^uijc.uui receikiaa ucl
sits, 1 had a 3iu.ni box thc ie w rib th? i . . ,
it, and the checks deposited ... i : ..i......
dum. lt IC ii A ttl J o'..i-ii ...
?Left ray Premises,
ON thc 25th inst., myfcegro hoy EPHRAIM,
/dae.k complected, about six feet high. I
I forbid al! persona from lui boring or hiring him.
I A reward of #200 will bo paid lor Iiis den very
1 t,o mo, dead or alive. WM. MCALISTER.
I March 2S ' 2*
Pictorial and Gift Books. *
ASMALL c?llectiou of PICTORIAL and
GflFE BOOKS, beautifully illustrated,
suitable as mementoes ii friendship and ?i?ec
ticn and as rewards of meru and excellence in
academies, including -the writings of some of
the most famous ?pets. Apply at this office.
I DETACJBM'T LU ILfclR'S CAY. BRIGADE,
CUARL?TTK, .N. C., March 23, 1865.
ALL absentees from Butler's Cavalry Bri
gado are h ?re by required t"> report to me
j at Chesterville, S. C., or io Capt. Mci VER, at
Ctieraw, S. C., without delay. To such as
report promptly, thc clemency offered in the
recent order from Geu. Lee will he extended
Those who do not avail themselves of this last
opportunity may expect tu . extremest p?uuiiy
of the military law. This order to remain io
libree tor twenty da j s from this date, ?iv order
B. H. RUTLEDGE,
march 2S Col. Oomm'dg Detachment.
i _ .
I Headquarters; Mil. Div. ol' Lite West,
AUG CST a. iVlABCH 4, 1S6?.
SPECIAL FIELD ORDERS NO. 18.
* * * * ' .
ICOL. A. F. RUDLER is hereuy aasighed
? as Commandant of the Post at Columbia,
* * * * *
By command Gen. BEAUREGARD.
Official: GEO. W^&RENT, Col. and A. A. G.
HEADQUARTERS, COIOUKA, S. a,
March 15, i?C5.
GENERAL ORDERS NO. L
io ooedieuce to the above order, I hereby
assume command of this Fast.
* By order of ' A. F. RUDLER,
W. J. MKAUKG, A. A- A. Q. march gt
COLUMBIA, S. C., MAKOU 20, 1865.
SPECIAL ORDER NO -. *
?ALL cuticers and men now in the cit j
. who are unattached, will repoit to these
headquarters for organization as a guard foi
If, Detailed mea who are- unassigned ari
required u> report ?t theso headquarters :o;
assignment io duty without cieiiiy.
I ! L 'inc polio?, aaa citiaeu? generally or
.. jil -lcd 10 aid -ill tU? urr<;n Ol ...... ttcs aO'
? K ,crie..->. By order vi A. f. il i ' 1 ?L.EK,
f W\ J. M?.vu>o, A. A .i. G. march Zl