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Jltw Yorlc Market.
NEW YORK, May 10.-Cotton finn, at 34
(cj?STk!. There were sales to-day ol 1,400
bales of Orleans, by auctioneers, at 27J@
32Jc. Gold 29?.
, ("ans; ross ion ni.
, WAsnOiOTON, May 10. -The llottso, by a
vote of 128 against 37, passed tho Recon?
struction Conuuittoo's amendment to thc
Constitution. Republicans of all shades
voted in the affirmative. It prohibits any
?tate making or enforcing statutes deny?
ing to any person an equal portion of tho
iavr. The apportionment of representation
is to bo according to numbers, but is re?
stricted to thc extent that citizens above*
21 vear* of ago are excluded from voting
untilJuly, 1S70. It disfranchises all who
voluntarily adhered to tho late insurrection;
prohibits tho assumption or payment of
the Confederate debt, and grants no com?
pensation for slaves emancipated.
Kort Godwin Seize?! bf IntliaiiR.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 8.-Intelligence from
Los Anglos states that Fort Godwin, Ari?
zona, has been taken by 2,000 Indians, and
the garrison, consisting of 120 mon, mas?
sacred, with one exception. Tho party
who escaped was out hunting at tho time,
and saw the tight at a distance. Thc In?
dians, ?tts supposed, were admitted into
the flirt under the pretext of entering into
a treaty of poace. Brevet Major James F.
Midler was recently killed, at Cottonwood
Springs, by a party of Apaches.
Great excitement is occasioned by tho
discovery of rich gold mines on Clemens'
lt is reported that the United Slates sol?
diers at Fort Colville have deserted, takiug
arms with them. Their object is gold
NEW YORK, May 8. -The Health Officer's
report shows three new eases of cholera
aiid three deaths since the last returns.
Sixty-five convalescents have been trans?
ferred from tho hospital ship to tho ship
Saratoga, leaving only forty-seven in tho
hospital. The total number of deaths by
cholera so far is fifty.
A New York paper has made a
discovery in respect to the emancipa?
tion of sin ves at the South. "Butter,"
says this sapient journalist, "will
hereafter be more abundantly made
by the Southern people." And he
thinks this desirable conclusion will
Erove to have been the result of abo
shing slavery. He does not tell how,
nor does he trace and define the con?
nection and relations of negroes and
butter; but he thinks it is plain, now
slavery is abolished, that butter will
be abundant among us. This cer?
tainly does not seem to be the case
yet awhile, though one would think
that as negroes have been free ever
twelve months, it was about time
that butter had come down ; but we
see no indications of it. On the con?
trary, this article of domestic con
P0|pti?n is higher than it has ever
mi known to be in this or any other
Surely, our butter philosopher had
not seen the Richmond papers, nor
read our market quotations, when he
advanced his novel theory. We say
that if the liberation of our slaves is
to cheapen butter, we want that result
now; but it seems to have cheapened
everything except that article.
It affords us much lively satisfac?
tion to find that there are people who
who take such deep and minute in?
terest in everything affecting our wel?
fare. While our great staples bf cot?
ton, sugar, rice, tobacco, turpentine
and lumber are receiving' attention,
it is consoling to reflect that our dairy
department is - not neglected, and
that we have a kind friend who is
always poking his nose into the cream
pots and milk-pans. We are truly
blessed in being able to .stimulate the
deepest solicitude in certain quarters
in regard to everything which con?
cerns us. But there is one tiling wo
must insist upon, and that is, that
our butter man shall enforco his the?
ory and make butter come* down.
TheVpegroes are now free, and there
is n^iearthly reason why it should bo
so nigh.-Richmond Times.
! THE ARMY BILL,.-According to the
tenor of tho recent discussions in
f military circles in Washington, the
kmaximum strength of tho regular
l<Jhtny will be 40,000. The Senate
^ny bill provides for a standing
army of 50,000, with a corresponding
increase of the tariff, as the difference
in numbers as the army now stands
is so small, many members, with one
eye to the already heavy taxes of their
constituents, are favoring the post?
ponements of tho consideration of an
army increase until the next winter,
and in the meantime, asked (Jen.
Grant tx> call a mixed board of his
b?ist officers, and let them agree upon
jba bill to be submitted to Congress at
Pits next session for their action. "The
programme is gaining strength, and
is thought will ultimately prove ac?
ceptable to all parties, and relieve
Congress of the pressuro for military
A yong girl, seventeen years of age,
attempted to commit suicido by
drowning, a few dav? since, in PariS;
lier sweetheart had forsaken her.
Tho first words she uttered, when
she recovered her senses, were:
"Mon Dieu! how cold the Seine is!"
The boatman who rescued lier stood
near, and exclaimed: "Ali! my little
darling, it has nobody to warm it
Hon. A. M. Clayton, of Marshall,
Miss., succeeds to the bench made
. vacant by the death of Judge Trotter.
Caira of Cholera..
Thc LaGrange Reporter notices the
establishment of Wo large factories
near West Point. The Chattahooohe
MannfucturingCompany, with a capi?
tal of $300,000, are erecting a build?
ing capable of being extended so as
to run 30,000 spindles. They will
start wi?i 5,000 spindles. Tho factory
is located in Alabama, four miles from
COMMERCIAL. AND FINANCIAL..
Tho following interesting items are taken
from the records of the Treasury Depart?
ment: The United stat CH Troasurer Las
ordered the issue of $336,000 in fractional
currency to tho National Banks in the
South. There aro 1,650 such corporations,
with an aggregate capital of $414,021,479;
c.rculatiou, $260.918.263. Tho circulation
sl secured by bonds, worth $321,407,050.
Thc receipts from internal rovenue since
June 80, 1865, amount to ncarlv $300,000,
Connected somewhat with the foregoing,
wc notice fears expressed iu somo of the
Northern journals of a collapse in financial
affairs North. Similar fears appear to pre?
vail in Kngland. A London correspondent
of the New York Neirs says:
"In commercial circles, thore has been a
shock, in consequence ??f the stoppage of
the Barned'ts Bank-Liverpool and Man?
chester. Tho bank became a joint stock
company about a year ago. Its nominal
caj ii tal was ?2^000,1)00, and that paid up was
CPMl.tHJO. Thc cause of tho Btoppago was
heavy advances to cotton and iron specu?
lators, but principally to cotton speculat?
ors. Thc actual position is not vet known;
but it ts said that the losses in the year
will exceed ?500,000. No huge financial
companies breaking. In order to make
large profits, they encounter the most for?
midable risks. A banker is more careful
in his speculation, because he has to deal
with other people's money. If be wins, he
gets the credit; and if he loses, others
have to suffer."
ATorsTA, May 1). The cotton market ia
quiet,'with small demand for the better
grades. Prices range from 26@29. Gold
in better demand; brokers selling at 28.
POUT OF CHARLESTON, MAY 10.
French bark Ange Guardiane, Havana.
Sehr. Clara, Barret, Philadelphia.
Sehr. Kvergiade, Urann, Boston.
IN TUE OFFING."
Br. brig bono Star, Kennedy, Liverpool.
WENT To SEA YESTERDAY.
Brig Trenton. Sawyer, Boston.
Sehr. Enchantress, Blatchford, Haue.
Sehr. Adeline, Townsend, Boston.
Sehr. Vesta. Marshal, Baltimore.
UP FOR CHARLESTON.
Sehr. M. N. Lindsey, Jones, Baltimore.
SAILED FOR CHARLESTON.
Steamship Cumberland, Reid, Bait huon
Bark Harriet, Heesloop, New York.
Sehr. Damon, Johnson, Boston.
Pay your Gras Bills.
CONSUMERS are requested to call and
settle their bills, this day, or tho ?up
plv will bo positively discontinued.
May ll 1 JACOB LEVIN, Sec'y.
ANEAT COTTAGE, in tho business
portion of the city. For terms, applv
at this office. May 11^
WILL be served at thefnew saloon
next door above the Shiver House,
from ll t.? 12o'clock, ou SATURDAY, 12th
instant. SHIVER A MONTGOMERY.
May ll 2*
ANEW supply of SEA-SIDES, SUN?
DOWNS. FRENCH CORSETS and
Spring and Mourning Calicoes, which will
bo sold at the usual low prices.
Assembly street, u .r Now Market.
MRS. (i. MONTEITH will
open, on the 15th of May, 1866,
J^?a PR1MABY SCHOOL for chil
PKS^dren, at her present ^residence,
rcorner of Green and Assembly
streets. Terms low.
May ll 2
AT MUS. J. P. HEED'S Millinery Store,
Alain street, next to Fisher & Hein
itsh, aline assortment of STRAW TRIM?
MINGS; also, a line assortment of Ladies'
HATS and BONNETS in all variety of
thc latest styles. Ladies please call and
examine for yourselves. May ll 1
The Good Things,
JUST RECEIVED DIRECT, i$Y
3". X_i. XJXJlVtSX>'F.T\r
CIASKS ALLSOP'S INDIA PALE ALE,
j casks Jeffrey's Sparkling Edinburg Ale,
casks Byass' "Best Stout Porter," cases
Jules Mumm .\ Oo.'s "Cabinot" Cham?
pagne, eases Creme-DeBouzy (quarts and
pints) Champagne, cases Vin Imperial
L(quarks and pints) Champagne, baskctH
(genuine Heidsick Champagne. Also, cases
German Hock, Gland and Sauterne Baker
Bitters, and a small lot of (dioico Havana
Cigars. All to l>e had at the Bar and at
wholesale. May 11 2_
J. L. LUMSDEN, *
('urine haily u.rul Assembly streets,
WHOLESALE ami retail dealer in the
best imported BRANDIES, ALE,
WINES, BUM, GIN, Ac. [ntheBarattached
xrj?l always be found the finest Liquors and
c?ars, Champagne on lee. Ale ou Draught,
?tc, Ac., and a polite steward and Bar?
keeper. May ll timo
JOHNSON'S PREMIUM WASHING MA
CHTNESand UNION WRINGER, with
white robber rolls. The host m use. At
Mav ll fi GREGG A CO.
Rooms to Let.
rpHREE very commodiouf ROOMS, with
I access tu water and garden, in a cot?
tage, 011 the corner of Senate ami Marion
streets, to let. Also, two BOOMS in out?
houses on same premises, with the samo
Apply t.. J. SK L/HAG HE lt A CO., on
Assembly street, between Plain ami Wash?
ington streets, fm- further information.
TOLLES ON & J ANNE Y,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
BUY and sell exchange un New York and
Charleston. Highest price paid for
Bank Notes. Cash advanced on Cotton
or Yarns to our friends in New York an d
JAMES C. J ANN EY. ALFRED TOLLESO*.
Wholesale and Retail
INFORM their friends, and the communi?
ty generally, that they have just rl
ceived, and will keep constantly on hand,
a large and complete sb >ek of
In faet, everything nsually kept in a first
class Grocery and Provision Store. Their
establishment is on the West side of Rich?
ardson street, near Washington.
Wholesale fit Retail.
i>FC PIECES POPLINS DE PARIS.
.40 20 " FRENCH GRENADINES.
20 pieces Embroid'd and Plain Bcrages.
10 " French Wasambique.
30 " Borage Anglais, at, 37J 7d.
50 " Cha?nes- -very pretty- 37 i 7d.
25 " French Prints.
200 " Fancy *'
200 " Lawns and Jaconets.
Just received, a fine assortment of SEA?
SIDE HATS, WREATHS and FEATHERS.
Bombazines, 0-4 Black DeLaine.
8-4 Black ami White Berage, for shawls.
Jaconet, Swiss and Nainsook Muslins.
Plaid and Soft Finished Cambrics.
White and Colored Brilliants.
Trail Hoop Skirts.
Embroid'd and Linen Cuffs and Collars.
Corsets, French Fans.
200 pieces Bleached Shirtings.
25 " 8-10 and ll Qr. Sheetings.
Bales 3-4, 7-8 and 4-4 Shirtings.
Hosiery-all prices and qualities.
Cloths, Cas8imeres, Drap d'Et?.
Linens, Nankenett, Ac, for gent's wear.
ALSO, AT WHOLESALE ONLY.
20 cases Ladies' Bootees.
10 " " Slippers.
10 " Men's Congress Boots.
10 " Lasting Shoes.
10 " and Leather Pumps.
A large stock of Ladies' Hats, trimmed
Gent's Felt and Leghorn Hats.
10,000 Colored and White Envelope-.
Foolscap, Noto and Letter Paper.
Large stock of Clothing.
TOLL ESON S JANNEY.
May 3_ _
SPEAKING of "Household Words," Josh
thinks Sugar and Plums are nundi
sweeter and better household words, and
a good deal less Greekish than Sozodont;
because every little lisping child- -and some
big ones, too-can cry aloud for S UGA ll
PLUMS. Sugar Plums for worms. Death
to worms. Life, health and joy to children.
Get a box of Sugar Plums for worms at
FISHER & HEINITSHS
May 4 Family Drug Store.
RIC?RD S TRUE SPECIFIC,
1""iHE French Remedy, for the permanent
cure of gonorrhoea, gleet, stricture,
and affections of the kidneys and urethra,
swelling of the glands, seminal weakness,
obstruction and incontinence of urine.
Tarran t's Cubebs and Copaiba.
Brown's Essence Jamaica Ginger.
Philotoken, or Female's Friend.
Liver Lwigorator, Cod Liver Oil.
Lemon, Ginger and Strawberry Syrups.
Maecaboy Snuff, Elixir of Bark.
Colognes, Tornades, Musk. For sale ut
FISHER <t HEINITSH S,
May 4 Pharmaceutists.
BARBERS* DRESSING COMBS.
Razor Straps, Toilet Mirrors.
Hair Brushesj Pocket Combs.
Militarv Shaving Soap, Shaving Cream.
Cloth Brushes, Pocket-books.
Italian Violin Strings.
French Buffalo Combs.
Genuine Lu'.in's Extracts.
Lubin's Roso Soap.
Fine Odorous Extracts, Bath Soap. At
* FISHER .V HEINITSH S
May 4 Old Stand, Mtfn street.
HAVANA SEQ Alts -50 brands.
COD LIVER OIL.
Bitter Wine of Iron.
Velvot Bottle Corks.
Early and Late Cabbage Seed.
Dentists' Gold and Tin Foil.
Golden Bell Cologne
Lubin's Rose Toilet Powder.
Choicest Cologne Water. Formale bv
FISHER & HEINITSH,
April ll Druggists.
WORMS'. PLUMS! WORMS!
SUGAR PLUMS; for worms, Sugar Plums:
For worms, take the Sugar Plums;
A safe and sure cure, Plums for worms.
Children take them with delight,
To put the worms to dreadful fright.
For sale at FISHER & HEINITSH S.
ITCH! ITCH! ITCH!
Itch Liniment ! !
THE great remedy at last for the I TCH.
This LINIMENT will euro in a few ap?
plications. It is perfectly clean, and free
from offensive and dirty grease. A very
pleasant remedy, and a restorer of very
happy feelings. All who are annoyed with
this disease will use the Liniment. For
sale only at FISHER & HEINITSH S
April 3_Drug Store.
A Beautiful Complexion.
"CmCA$$!AN BLOOM ? "
FOR THE COMPLEXION.
THE most elegant preparation for the
complexion. Removes spots, pits, ble
i.fishes, pimploB, freckles, tau and redness
of the skin, and all excoriations and rough?
ness produced by rough winds, chapped
lips and hands. It softens tho skin and
renders tho skin fair and beautiful. A
beautiful complexion is the admiration ot
every one. Try a bottle. For sale by drug
gi at s everywhere.
JOHN M. MARIS & CO.,
Wholesale Agents, Philadelphia.
FISHER & HEINITSH,
March ll Agents, Columbia, S. C.
NEW YORK AND CIJABLESTON
?ir.'i??? Vtn ci m m i limn ik gt rv lin I iii;
rEuPLivs siMMMiir iuriPAi\Y.
Leaning each Pori curry Alternate
STEAMSHIP KWH li Y II. SOU UER,
GAIT. R. W. LOCKWOOD.
CAPT. C. 1*. MAKSHMAN*.
THESE STEAMSHIPS, offering every
inducement 'to SHIPPERS and the
TRAVELOG PUBLIC, having superior
acconimoi?aljotis for Passengers, with
tables supplied by every luxury tho New
York and Charleston markets eau afford;
and. for safety, speed and comfort, are un?
rivalled wi thc coast.
CAPTAIN C. P. MAHHHMAN,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC
WHARP, on THURSDAY, May 17,
181?;. at o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignments
to New York.
For Freight or Passage apply at the
Agent?. WILLIS .V CH1S?LM,
May :i North Atlantic Wharf.
CHARLESTON, S. cj
MTHIS POPULAR and well known
HOTEL has been NEWLY FUR?
NISHED throughout by tho present
proprietor, who lias been sixteen years
connected with tin- establishment.
H. WHITE, Proprietor.
GKOKOE G. MIXER, Superintendent.
< 'II KUI.ES A. M II.I.EK, Cashier.
March 27 _
ll WK TH ls DAY !.'( ?RM KI) A
Copartne i* x Iii j> ?,
UNDER THE NAME AND STYLE Ol'
As Agents for Furnishing builders
Manufactured Supplies ! !
INCLUDING IKON FRONTS,
Iron Columns, Pilasteis, Cornices, .Ve.
Iron Revolving Shutters,
Iron (tailings, Verandahs, &\c.
Carved Work in W.ls,
(?lass Plate, Hammered, Stained, tVc.
Interior Decorations of every kind, Ac.
Having made favorable arrangements
with the largest manufacturers, they are
prepared to furnish to this and thc adja?
cent communities prompt supplies of the
above articles at manufacturers' prices,
with only the cost of transportation added.
Tin y are enabled to exhibit Drawings,
diowing every variety of design of Iron
Fronts, .Vc., thus affording purchasers am?
ple opportunity to make selections.
B. St. LEE will take charge of the Com?
mercial business of the concern.
FRANCIS D. LEE, Architect, will take
charge of tho Architectural and Mechani?
cal portions of the business, and will give
all desired information as to appropriate?
ness of designs, and full directions as to
construction, free of extra charge.
Orders from this and adjoining cities
prompt ly attended 11 >.
Parties desiring Iron Fronts will send
exact measurements ol front of buildings
and lot*, and heights (d' several stories.
H. M. LEK,
FRANCIS I?. LEE.
?3" Francis D. Lee, Architect, ?ill con?
tinue in his own name the business of his
Oftice of Kc Brothers and Francis l>.
Lei:, for the present, Kaw Range, Charles?
ton, S. ( '. May 2 i Imo
Blacksmith and Wheelwright Shop.
_ MCGLINN ESS A
?kg*-. H KARN. Assem
JPWlbly street, West of
M Tl*tv... sute Honse,
are prepared to execute all business in
their line with unusual care and skill. With
many years'experience in their busi ess,
they can coufidentlv assure tin commu?
nity thal HORM', ?ind MULK-SHOEING
will be done in the bes! manner, (lithe
repairing of Carriages, Buggies and Wa?
gons, thc best workmen liaVe buen en?
gaged, and the work will he done in the
most approved and workmanlike manner,
on reasonable t-crtns.
MCGUINNESS A H KARN.
N. B. The senior part m r ha- had seve?
ral years' experience on Kong bland, N.
Y., among the best horses and horsemen,
and the treatment of Hie various diseases
of horses, which he will gratuitously give
to his patrons and friends. Mays lino
j Sarsaparilla & Soda Water.
ri^HK undersigned has made arrange
1 monts to keep on hand a supply of thc
above delicious heveragesduring the sum?
mer. Families will be supplied at f'.! a
do/en. T. M. POLLOCK,
MHV S "Rear House" Restaurant.
B@ Read Thisli?a
You can do so
m A rsw MINUTES.
fqfroiiize ?foine ?roDuciiops.
FIRST CLASS WORK
Of ovory Kimi, in thc way of
Haily, Tri-Weekly and Weekly Newspapers,
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA,
THE DAILY PHOENIX
I? published every morning, except Mon?
day, and contain? the LATEST NEWS, hy
telegraph and mail?, up to the hour of
going t?? presa; Editorials,Correspondence
from different points. Miscellaneous head?
ing. Tales, Poetry, Sketches, etc., etc., etc.
The paper has recently been enlarged, and
in the QUANTITY and QUALITY of its
READING MATTER is not to be excelled
bv any paper in South Carolina. ADVER?
TISEMENTS inserted on favorable terms.
THE TRI-WEEKLY PHONIX
Contains, in every number, the reading
matter (embracing the latest news) of
TWO ISSI' ES of the daily, lt is published
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
mornings, and now that our railroad con?
nections arc completed, is admirably cal?
culated for country circulation.
ls published every Wednesday morning.
lt is the desire, ami will be the object cd'
the Proprietor, to make this equal to, if
not the best, FAMILY NEWSPAPER in
thc South, lu fact, as its name indicates,
A Home Companion, i
Besides the collection of the cream of
the news of the week, Political, Financial
and the Markets, it will contain a large
amount of LITERARY MATTER, such as
I choice Tales, Sketches and Poetry, lt
w ill embrace EIGHT PAGES, containing
FORTY-EIGHT COLUMNS, is printed in a
form tn bimi, ami thns secures a faithful
record and history of passing events.
Our Job OFFICE is folly supplied with
all kinds o? WOOD and FANCY TYPE,
( VIIOS, PAPER, COLORED INK. ETC.,
ETC., and we are fully prepared to execute
promptly, and at moderate prices, all
PAM PHI,ETS, CIRCULARS.
( ARDS, BLANKS, ETC.
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor.
By Levin & Peixotto.
On account of all concerned.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, wo will
sell, at our store,-bushels OORN, in
bags, slightly damaged. May 11.
LEVIN & PEIXOTTO, Auctioneers.
David Jacobs vs. M. Goodwin, Adm'x, Kate
Goodwin et al.
IN pursuance of the order of the Court
in the above stated case, I will sell, be?
fore the Court House at Columbia, on the
FIRST MONDAY in June next, all that lot
of LAND, with the buildings thereon, in
the city of Columbia, containing one-half
acre, more or lees, situated on Richland
street, and bounded on the North by J. C.
Dial's lot, East by Dr. Cuthbert, South by
Richland street and West by a lot of Celia
Mane or Ben. Delane. .
Terms of sale cash. Purchasers to pay
D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
TBE CHRISTIAN INDEX.
BY the 1ST OF OCTOBER, or as soon aa
the mails are re-established, I ?ill
renew the publication of
THE CHRISTIAN INDEX,
THE CHILXftf *?H>EX,5
I have been publishing.
Price of Inder per annum.$3 00
Price of di ltd's In'Ler. 50
A reduction made to clubs.
Money may be remitted at once, as my
determination is positive. My desire is to
secure a large subscription list with which
to begin, and I issue this prospectus that
subscribers may have time to forward
It is my intention to issue a FIRST
CLASS PAPEK; and no pains or expeuse
will be spared to secure that end. The
highest religious ?and literary talent will
be given to tno papers. The child's paper
will be profusely illustrated, and will in
every sense be made te conform to its new
title-THE CHILD'S DELIGHT.
Money may be sent by express or other?
wise, if by express, at my own risk, if
the express receipt is sent me, on the re?
sumption of mail facilities.
My connection with tho tirm of J. W.
Burke A Co. is dissolved, but I will estab?
lish an o f?ge in Macon, Ga., where commu?
nications may be addressed.
May 9 Imo SAMxTEL BOYKPL
To all whom it may Concern.
COLUMBIA,* April 23, 1866.
THE attention of all citizens and rajj
dents of the citv of Columbia, is c*?%wl
to the following Ordinances which w?l be
enforced for the better government and
.veil-being of the city:
An Ordinance concerning the city police:
That it shall be the duty of the city police
to arrest all persons who shall behave in a
riotous or disorderly manner, or who shall
be found drunk in the streets of Columbia,
and carry such persons to tho guard-house.
An Ordinance to cloee barber-shops on
Au Ordinance for the better observance
of the Sabbath-day.
An Ordinance relative to the deposit of
tilth and trash in tho streets. . .
An Ordinance to regulate blacksmiths*
An Ordinance concerning dogs.
Au Ordinance concerning tire-arms.
An Ordinance concerning goats and
swine running at large.
An Ordinance concerning horses aud fast
driving in the streets.
An Ordinance regulating the granting of
licenses to retail spirituous liquors in the
citv of Columbia.
Au Ordinance concerning nuisances,
An Ordinance concerning streets, pave?
ments and shade trees.
An Ordinance requiring all male persons
between the ages of sixteen and fifty years
to work on the streets of the city; said
persons to be excused on payrueut of a
street-tax of three dollars.
An Ordinance requiring all male pirsons
between the ages of fifteen and sixty years
to pav a tax of one dollar. A
April 24 THEODORE STARK, Mayor.
. Engine, etc., for Sale.
AFIVE-HORSE ENGINE, in running
order, with pulleys, etc., for sale low.
Apply at this oftice. Dec 21
T^TOnCE is horebv given that the co
1^1 partnership lately subsisting between
JOHN C. DIAL and "FRANCIS M. POPS,
nuder the timi of DIAL A-POPE, was thia
day dissolved hv mutual consewt. JOHN
C. DIAL is authorized to settle all debts
due to and bv the late firm.
JOHN C. DIAL,
May 1, 1SC0. F. M. POPE.
rpHE subscriber would respectfully in
_L form the citizens of this city and vi
cinitv that he will continue the general
HARDWARE BUSINESS in his own name
and on his own account, and hopes to
merit and receive a full share of public pa?
tronage. JOHN C. DIAL.
New Stock !
. THE subscriber has-^_
just received from t lo-J'S*
manufacturers, and from
Vr^Hfe^tirst-class houses in Phila?
delphia, New York and Boston, one of tho
choicest selections of
( i ATTERS .
For Men's and Ladies' wear.
These goods were all purchased aud se?
lected by himself, and will be warranted to
every purchaser. They were bought since
the recent decline in the market, so that
he can confidently tay that he is able to
offer the BEST and CHEAPEST STOCK
now on sale in Columbia. Confining him?
self exclusively to bis legitimate business,
he will guarantee every article in his line
that he sells.
A fine assortment of TRUNKS, VALISES
and CARPET-BAGS kept always on hand,
at the lowest prices.
?-Mr. WM. ??SALLE continues to
superintend the manufacturing and repair?
ing department, and will be nappy to see
his old friends and customers *t all times.
May ti ti THOMAS FINNIGAN.
ON the 26th April, a DAGUERREOTYPE,
without a case; for the recovery oi
which a liberal reward will be paid, if
handed in at this office. _May 8
THE friend to whom I confided my watch,
some weeks since, is requested'to hand
it ito J. Sulzbaeher A Co., on Assembly
street, without delay, as I want it.
May 9 TAMES D. TRADEWELL.