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Daily Paper $20 a Month. i "Let our just censura * * j Tri-Weekly $10 a Month
Payable ia Advance. f . Attend the true eveu?."-Shal?f>eare. \ Payable in Advance.
BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., THURSDAY. APRIL ?3, 1565. VOL. I.-Ku. l?.
t
THE COLUMBIA. PHON1X
IS rCBUMIEV DAll.Y AM) TRJ-WKIXI.V.' _
BY JULIAN A . S $ L BT?
_____ ?*?
The Daily is issued every norning, oxeept
Saaday, at $20 a month. Tri-Wet-hh. Tuesday.
Thursday aod Saturday, at $ 10 a mom h, mm-,
riably in advance. Single copies $1.
.Advertisements inserted at $5 per square (ten
ines) for each insertion.
JTXST ?LSC?r^iT
' ann FOR SALS AT
fl. SOLOMON'S STOKE,;
Q/\rv LBS. prime LARD.
OUU BACON, FLOUR, MEAL and.MO- ?
LASSES. . . April ll_3 ;
WET ??C?TV?D ON CONSI?NMEI?T
4NP FOR BAU BT
TT. SOSMOMOSST.
TWO HUNDRED pair COTTON CA RI'H.
600 lbs. fine SMOKING TOBACCO.
26 boxes fine CHEWING " y
April ll ' . _ g
A Cfard,
THE subscriber having returned lo the city,
will resume the Auction and Commission
burmese, andi would respectfully solicit, n ?OB
tmuatfon of the patronage formerly bestowed
noon him.. Orders reft at tine''r?sidence of the
subscriber, Washington street, or Joseph SBIM
.en's r?sidence, Richardson atree't,'(M ay rant's
house, below State Box se,) will bc promptly
attended J?. L.T.. LEVIN.
April 10 _ 8
A Card.
?WILL continue to attend to sales of FURNI?
TURE, MERCHANDIZE, SEAL ESTATE j
and STOCKS, at Private Sale' and at Auction.
Liberal advances made apon all article? sent to
mc for sale. ?For the-present, apply at my
residence^Bridge street, .
Ordena left with Mr. D. CL PEIXOTTO, at
Mr. Walter's residence, next to Shiver'Houee,
will be promptly attended to. *'
' -P?18 a FRANCIS LANCE..
Good Garden Spot for Bent.
tp.OR a fair proportion of th? CROP, 1 will
rent three or four aeres of the Arsenal
gunnies, near "the Greenville Railroad. The
e'op must consist cf corn, p%aa, potato??. The
?ot if well enclosed, and having a stream af
water running through it, may be used aa^a
j'ood paature after the crcp is gathered.
? " Aijril 8 0- ?. T. TREZEYANT.
C HAINSWORTH,
A
~?,\7 ILL &e found en Gates street, three doora
"VT below Lady street. April 6 5* ",
Pictorial and Gift Hocks. ___5
?SMALL collection of PICTORIAL and
G1*T ; BOOKS, beautifully illustrated,
MI it able as mementoes of friendship ?ed affec
!fen and aa rewards of merit and excellence ia
acad?mica, including the writing's of some of
Ul? Moat famviis potts. Apply al thia effice.;V
p
PV ?300 Eeward
i \\7 lLL?ie paid for the recovery, unipjui ed,
j JV of Hie LATHE BED aod SCREW taken
j fion Berny Hunt's lot subs?quent td the fire,
j or a pit portionnte amount, if injured from any
ouuec. except fije, provided it be still eervice
I able. No questions asked. The above reward
will be paid on its delivery to C. J. ROLLIN,
Er<p, or for information furnished him which
wiil lead to its recovery.
April 12 3*_JOHN JUDGE A CO.
Special Hotice. ~^ .
LESONS iu this city anjj^ vicinity ho?Jing
wcik from our Factory not returned be?
fore the occupation of the city by the enfioy,
arc requested to hand in the same to Miss'
WARY O'BRIEN', near the Powder Mill. \\
In lihou! two weeks, we hope to haw a fresh
supply of wo^k iu- Columbia, which will be
given out by M i*? "O'Brien in the usual manner.
'1 !..? pi icc w ill be filly cents per pair. _ - ; .
Our Factory will soon be in operation at '<
Xliarlotte, und we will endeavor to keep the
piopje of Columbia sdpplied with woik. *. ?
- Tickets for work returned, which are vet un:
paid, will be presented to Miss O'Brien <br]
payment- , MOH>' JUDGE ? CO.i
? April 12_?_ft?
Notice.
-COLUMBfA, APRIL 10, I860.
n^HE Joint Relief Committees have appointed !
JL the following gentlemen lo act as agents |
for the sufferers of Columbia, io wit: -
JL 1- BRANCH, Esq., to reside at Augusta, j
Georgia.
Vi. P. PRICE, Esq., to. reside at Newberry,
S. C.
WILLIAM J?. GERALD, Esq., to reside at!
Camden, S. C.
Hie above, named gentlemen will receive and
forward any donation?-whether of provis ions
or morevv-and also'barter-CLOTH and SALT
for PROVISIONS.
7 * HERMANN LE1D1.NG,
Sec. and Treas..Joint Relief Committees.
tjsy* Papers of , tbjs ana the neighboring
States will please copy, and urge upon the be-1
nevolent the necessity of aiding the citizens of
Columbia in their great distress. April i%
~ Bonds and Stocks. ' :
STOLEN, on the night of the-i7lh February,
$10,000 Confederate *i per cent. BONDS; in
Imsums of $1,000 each, dated March 2, 3603,
signed by Cy~A. "Rose, and numbered Nbst
20,024, 20,025, 12,110.. 12,109, 12,108, 12,101,
12,106, 12,105, 12,104, 12,103.
Also, four Bonds, $1,000, 8 per cent.; num?
bers will appear in next.notice.
Also, one Certificate, 8,per cent;, for $100, to
the order of I. D. Mordecai.
Also? 70 shares of Capital Stock of the Ex?
change Bank of Columbia, S. C., in the name
of I. D. Mordecai. . . ;4f
Also, $1,000 in 7.80 Notes; numbers with the
Assistant Treasurer,>which will be ?published
hereafter.
All parties are forbidden, to ti ide for the
?boye named see ariliee, as application will-?be
made fer renew ala of the sanie.
M. C. MORDECAI, .
"\April 6 the Executor I. D ^Mordecai.
AFEW boUles of uncor?c*?Ye WRlTty"
L8K, for sale at this ofiee. n?reb
A correspondent, writing from Lancaster C.'
H., S. C., to tbeTJherlotte Bulletin, of the march
of Sherman through thal District,-?ivee-an
account of the devastation. Stores were broken .
open and pillaged-the 'negroes* according to
the correspondent, doing as much in that linc
as the Yankees.
Three citizens are Enid to have be??? killed by
the enemy in cold blood. One of 11u-m?Mr.
, Hiram Adams, was made a prisoner, and bo.
cause he could not walk fast enough to suit
their purposes, they shot him. Mt. Abel B?lk,
avery worthy .?nan, was found dead in the
woods, with every evidence of having b%eu ? *
drowned or throttled. Mr. C. B.-Northrop, a .
proroinent lawyer of that place, burnedhisown
gin house on the approach the enemy. They
i then set fire tobie dwelling, buming it with all
. of its contents; and a few daye afterwards, Mr.
JNorihrop^as found dead in his field near by.
Ko bouses within th<^ village, with the ex
1 eeptior of the jajl, were Lurnea?:' A^ter th*
main body left, a squad came in. wilb orders,"it
is said, to"fire the place; but before they"?eenld <.
'put their designs in execution, ? body of1-*
. Wheeler's cavalry drove . them away.. The
printing office ot the Lancaster. Ledger, was
-partially destroyed-the pref* broken and the
type and fixtures scattered and demolished.
The Pall Mall Gazette states thatthe Emperor
Napoleon will leave Mexico to . her destiny aa
soon cs the French troops return.
The legislative address of France to th* EDV
Eu>er Napoleon approves his foreign .policy. .
opes are expressed fer Jhe consolidation of the,
new Mexican empire, and however serious the
questions to be settled, the Emperor Maximilian, ,
will be able tb decide them by prompt and en?
ergetic action. France will -4ettrn from the.
testimony of h?r ?old-prs, aeon te return, that .
Maximilian reigns- over r. people, sheltered t
henceforth under the banner Ojf ordeTT -
Alluding to the words of the Emperor Nap1!?
leon, that the "temple?of war flail soon be "
closecE'Mhe addreea says: Peace will be the
policy of the future ^rt "ns work in concert
to renderer feet this lasting peace.
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The equinoctial storms have caused much da'
mage by freshets and many serious accidents ?
: from the falling-trees. Many cctualtieft occur
red in the Yankee aimj-: The flood extended
North, a.nd was very disastrous from New
' Hampshire to Missouri. Rivers were swollen
\o an unprecedented height, inundating towns,
oities and railroads, and sweeping away vast
amounts of property- 100 miles of thc Elie *
Railroad and several miles of thc Erie-Cnna?
and other principal routes of .travel wereuadev'
water for several day?. The deft ruction by t he ?
flooding of the Susquehanna in Pennsylvania
' was immense, producing a general and sweep?
ing devastation along its critrre length. The .
suffering and distress was unequaled before.
The St. Louis Republican >ays that, on the'
7th, as ten or tweWe nen were J engaged in re?
moving the wreck of a fruin on the, Bardston
Road, o single guerilla took them ?ill prisoners,
rob bed ?themofth??r miwy, paroled them, a? ? -
then" walked on^ whistling. ?
An English naval officer has been placed on
half pay for aiding the Confederate privateer
, Rappanaanoekvi -. -?.I^-J-> > --ii-, ' >
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