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THE DAILY
Daily Paper $8 a Year
BY JULIAN A. SELBY
'Let our Just Censure
PHOMX.
Attend the True Event.
COLUMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 22. 1866.
Tri-Weekly $5 a Year
VOLUME Ii-NO. 81
THE PHONIX,
PUBLISHED DAILY AND TRI-WEEXLY.
THE GLEANER,
EVERT WEDNESDAY MORNING.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
STATIS AND CITY PRINTER.
TER MS-J y A J) VANCE.
SUBSCRIPTION.
Dailv Paper, six months.$4 00
Tri-Weektv, " " .2 50
Weekly, " " . 1 50
ADVERTISEMENTS
Inserted at 75 cents per square Tor the first
Insertion, and 50 cents for each subsequent.
Weekly 75 ceuts each insertion.
$W A liberal discount made ou the above
rates trhen adcertiseme)Us ore inserted Inj
the month or year.
mW Special notices 10 cents a line.
AOENTS
S. 1'. Kimmi, Newberry.
Samuel Dronthitt, Greenville C. H.
Wm. Moore, Abbeville C. H.
Juhas Poppe, Anderson C. H.
La trat from Europe
The New York papers of the 19th
bring us the news by the Peruvian,
from Londonderry, June 8th. and
the China, from Queenstown,,June
10. We published ou Tuesday the
markets by these arrivals, and now
subjoin a brief summary of the po?
litical news:
The casus belli of the two great
German powers, Austria and Prussia,
had been driven to the most extreme
point, and war was generally regarded
aa already commenced, although no
official declaration had been made,
nor any direct blow delivered. On
the 7th of June, a division of tho
Prussian army, commanded by Gen.
Fliess, crossed the river Eider and
entered Holstein, under orders, it
was said, to occupy Rendsburg,
Kiel and Itzehoe. Next day, they
entered Rendsburg. The Austrian
garrison on duty in the town met
them in a friendly spirit, and with?
drew from the place; a cordial part?
ing having taken place between them
as soldiers of the German Confedera?
tion. The Austrians in Kiel ware
under command of Gen. Von Gablenz.
They were retiring to Altona, and
the General, with his staff, had al?
ready arrived there. Gen. Von Ga
blenz was, it was said, ordered from
Vienna to avoid a conflict in Hol?
stein, and, as in the German Diet,
the representatives of both powers
addressed the people, each endeavor?
ing to prove that the other was in the
wrong and the aggressor. The Prus?
sian representative in the Diet luid
not yet left Frankfort, as when that
step is taken, diplomatic relations
between the Courts of Vienna and
Berlin will be completely broken off.
Italy stood behind Prussia, but it
was said in London that Russia stood
in the rear of Austria, so that the
conflict, likely to be commenced at
the very spot where the original
"wrong" was perpetrated against
Denmark, may eventually extend
from the Baltic to the Black Sea.
France will not take an active part in
the war, unless her "national honor
or interests" render it imperative.
Italy would commence hostilities us
soon as war was declared.
Spain and Portugal have ooncluded
a common bond of neutral alliance in
the event of a European war.
The ex-rel>el American Commander
Maury had, as a Mexican citizen,
brought to Napoleon's notice the
merits of an "immense" torpedo in?
vented by himself.
Cholera had appeared at Nantes, in
France, and was making fatal ravages
in Holland.
- The financial condition of England
is reported "favorable." It is said
that tho rate of discount is likely to
be reduced soon. The most wide?
spread distress was occasioned by the
failure of Agra & Mosterman's Lon?
don Bank. It was found that the lia?
bilities of Messrs. Overoud, Gurney
<fc Co., foot np ?23,000,000. Another
heavy failure is reported.
The Neue Friedenblatt asserts that
Austria regards the entry of Prussian
troops into Holstein as a breach of
tjtp Gastien Convention, and the pos?
sible occupation of Holstein as casus
belli.
The Duke de Grammont has gone
from Paris to Vienna, and his mission
is said to be a last effort for concilia?
tion. He had a conference with
Count Mensdorif and an audience
with the Emperor of Austria* Mens?
dorif is stated to have positively
maintained the grounds of thu Aus?
trian reply to the invitation to the
conference.
The Russian Cabinet Courier reach?
ed Vienna on the 7th, with an auto?
graph letter from the Czar to tho
Emperor.
Count Bismarck had issued an im?
portant despatch, dated June 4th, to
?h? Priiaa?oT? representatives abroad,
alluding iu very bitter terms towards :
the Austrians; and in one passage he 1
; says: "All our information argues
that the determination to make war
by AuRtria is finally settled in Vien?
na." On the other hand, it is assert
ed that Prussia Las been most conoi- J
liatory for pence, but a correspond- ]
ing fooling no longer exists. At
Vienna, not only was there manifest?
ed an entire absence of all readiness
to outer into confidential negotiation
and discuss the possibilities of agree?
ment, but the expressions of tho in?
fluential Austrians and statesmen and
counsellors of thc Emperor have been
reported to tho King, from au au?
thentic source, which leave no doubt
lhat the Imperial Ministers desire
war at any price-partly in hope of
successes in the field, partly to tide
over domestic difficulties; nay, even
with tho expressed intention of assist?
ing Austrian finances by honorable
bankruptcy. We can sec a decided
intention on thc part of Austria of
forcing a war with Prussia, and of
almost making use of negotiations us
to a Congress, to gain time by pro?
crastination for her not entirely com?
pleted arrangements, but especially
for those of lier allies. The fact of a
war is a settled determination at Vi?
enna, and the only point is to choose
a favorable moment to begin. Re?
ferring to the Duchies, Bismarck says
it will not be difficult to understand
the motives of thc armaments by
which Austria has given rise to the
present crisis, and whose removal by
means of a Congress she has further
taken care to render impossible by
the attitude ?ho has assumed.
The Times says: Such a despatch
has not often been penned by a Eu?
ropean Minister. The Prussian states?
man seems, now, to think courtesy
unnecessary in bis communications
with Austria. All the pride, the bit?
ter hostility and the almost fanatical
purposes which had been necessarily
repressed during the long negotia?
tions, broke forth, when negotiations
may bo considered at an end. Til?
despatch breathes the spirit of war,
and seems to have been written in
I anticipation of an immediate rupture.
I The London Telegraph says: Witl;
this despatch, the lost hopes of peact
have disappeared, and hostilities hnv?
become inevitable.
?-.-??-?- - ?
Prom VV ml? In gt o ii.
An inkling of the President's in
disposition in the matter of Illinois
appointments transpired recently
when, as reported, a Congress m ai
called at the White House to secur<
an office for a constituent, who wa?
recommended by Senators Trumbul
and Yates. Mr. Johnson examinee
tho papers for a moment, and asked
significantly, "Has Mr. O. H. Brown
ing recommended him? I wish yoi
would get bis recommendation."
The inference is that he will here
after be governed by the advice ant
recommendation of known friends ii
such cases.
It is said in the New York Tribun
that Mr. Seward would not agree ti
transmit the new amendment to tb?
several States without the President'
signature, and, therefore, the officer
of Congress were ordered to send it
The voice of Congress is certain!;
very warlike, and it will not be ;
matter for surprise if tho resolutioi
recently introduced by Schenck, in
structing the Committee on Foreigi
Relations to consider the propriety o
reconsidering the neutrality laws
does not have the effect of vitiatinj
their power in no small degree
Action in the Fenian cause is bein)
cut and dried, and such assurance
have been given President Robert
that he does not hesitate to predic
another invasion of Canada ere lonjj
and to-night, in a speech to aband c
Fenians who complimented him witl
a serenade, he characterized thc prc
olamation of neutrality as a b;use an
un-Americau edict. The radicals ar
hand in glove just now with the F<
nians. Republican members of Coi
gress, headed by Speaker Colfax, uv
particularly urbane, and obliging
There is certainly a deep scheme i
progress, and it contemplates littl
less than a partial repeal of tho nei
trill itv laws in exchange for the Iris
vote.-Our. Richmond Dispatch.
The number of fires which have ot
curred in the city of New York, froi
thc 1st of January to tho 1st of Jun
in the present year is 'Ml. being moi
than double thc number for tl]
same period during tho last five year
In Broadway alone there have bee
twenty nine lires, about double til
averago number that have ever o<
curred in that neighborhood i
former years.
-. -
A Toron CUSTOMER. -A bale <
cotton, received in Mobile last we?
from Selma, was sent to a warehoui
to be compressed for shipment,
refused to bc compressed, anti on e:
animation was found to contain foi
pieces of swamp oak, four feet loni
and a lot of boulders. The oak ar
I stones weighed 206 pounds.
SPECIAL NOTICES. ?
FOB SHERIFF.
P. H. li. SIIULER is respectfully an-1
nounced as a candidate for SHERIFF of
Richland District, at thc election to be
held on tho third MONDAY in April next.
Juno 5 JIS MANY FRIENDS.
MARRIAGE: ANO CELIBACY; An
Essay of 'Warning and Instruction for
Young Men. Also, Diseases and Abuses
which prostrate the vital powers, with sure
means of relief. Sent free of charge in
sealed letter envelopes. Addrcs> Dr. J.
SKILLTN HOUGHTON. Howard associa?
tion, Philadelphia, Pa. April 19 3mo
COLGATE'S HONKY SOAP.
This celebrated Toilet Soap, in such
universal demand, is made from thc
choicest materials, is mild and emol?
lient in its nature, fragrantly scented,
and extremely beneficial in its action
upon thc skin. For sale hy all Druggists
and Fancy Goods Dealers. March 28 Iv j
BATCHELORS HAIR DYK.
The Original and Rest in thc World. ,
Tho only true and perfect HAIR DYE. i
Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous. ?
Produces immediately a splendid Black or
natural Brown, without injuring the hair j
or skin. Remedies the ill effects of had ,
dyes. Sold by all Druggists. The genuine
is signed William A. Batchelor. Also, RE?
GENERATING EXTRACT OF MTLLE
FLEURS, for Restoring and Beautifying
the Hair. CHARLES BATCHELOR.
Oct 25 ly New York.
lTOWBERR7YniSR?LD---C?RB. j
BY thc fire ot Monday morning, ISth :
instant, the presses, together with
almost the whole of our types, Ac. were :
consumed, and our oftice made a complete
wreck. The publication of the Herald is, !
therefore, suspended, but only for a short
time, we trust. Ry the loan of a small
press and a few type from a kind friend, ;
together with a few odds and ends fortu- '
nately saved, wc will he aldo in a few days I
to issue a small sheet for temporary pur- !
poses. In the meantime, the utmost exer?
tion will be made to procure a new and
complete outfit in presses and type in tin- :
shortest possible timi', when we will he
enabled to resume a full publication of our ;
paper. Wo trust that our short suspen?
sion and unfortunate failure to mipply our
patrons wdl not cause them to feel a lose
of interest, but rather an increase of zeal
to aid us by their influence to recover from
so serious a loss. Respectfully,
THOS. F. GRENEKER,
R. H. GRENEKER.
M" Carolinian and Patriot will oblige
by giving the above a few insertions, anda !
notice will be appreciated. June 21
State South Carolina-Richland Dist, j
By Jacob Bell, Ordinary of said district.
WHEREAS Mary A. Flamean hath ap- ?
jil ?ed to me for letters of adminia-j
trat ion on all and singular the goods and j
chattels, rights and credits nf Thomas >
Flanigan, late of the District aforesaid, de- !
ceased:
These are, therefore, tu t ic? ami admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors j
of the said deceased, to In- and app?-ar bc- '
fore me. at our next Ordinary's Court for
tho said District, to be holden at Columbia ;
on Friday, the twenty-ninth day of June
inst., at 5 J o'clock a. m., to show cause,if
any, wh; the said administration should :
not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal of the Court, |
this fourteenth day of June, in the (
year i'd our Lord one thousand eight hun
(Ired and sixty-six. and in the ninetieth
vear of American independence.
JACOB BELL.
June 15 f2 Ordinary Richland Dist.
To Contractors.
SOCTH CAROLINA RAILROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. C.. June ll, ls??.
SEALED Proposals will be received ai
this oftice. until tho 27th inst., for the
erection of a Freight Depot, at Columbia,
S. <". Plans and specific tions can be ?cen
at this oftice. ?t. T. PEAKE,
June 14 (ron. Supt. S. C. M. ll.
COLI'M BI A
Congaree Jockey Club.
"1TTEDNESDAY, July 4.-Purse $100
VV Milo Heats- for Horses untrained,;
never having won a mile race. Two or
more to start.
THURSDAY, July 5.-Purse ilOO Mile
Heats- to be trotted for in harness. Open
to all Horses that have never won a mile
heat race. Two or more to start.
FRIDAY, July 6. -Purse $200. Free for
all running Horses. Two or more to nt art.
SATURDAY, July 7. Purse $200. Open
for all Trotting Horses, Mares or Geldings,
to h?:ness. Mile Meats, best two in three,
two or more to start to make a race.
SAME DAY, July 7. -Purse $100. Dash
of One Mile- freo for all running Horses.
Two or more to start.
The first Race on each dav n> commence
at THREE O'CLOCK P. M. Each entry
tOper cent., to be added to each dav's purse.
.tune lti L. T. LEVIN, Secretary.
50 BARKELS F? R
AT COST !
SUGAR-HOUSE SYRUP.
HAMS and LARD.
In Store and for Salo LOW bj
nao & LOWRANCE.
June 7
Wanted,
4 LIMITED amount of GOLD and SIL
J\. VER FISHER ft LOWRANCE.
ON CONSIGNMENT,
And for Sale Cheap ! |
jr rv BOXES TOBACCO-choice graden, j
?L>U 10 " " -low
10,000 SEGARS-genuine Rio Hondo.
5,000 " -low grades.
20 bales COTTON YARNS-8 to 12.
10 basketH Heidsick Champagne.
50 doz. Madeira, Port, Sherry and Claret |
Wine.
10 doz. Lemon Svrnp.
Several eases of Old COGNAC BRANDY.
10 l>bls. Bourbon Whiskev.
20 " Corn "
AI-So,
75 bbls. Flour.
8(H) bushels Corn. i
50 kits Mackerel.
50 bbl?. Coffee Sugars.
25 " common Brown Sugars.
25 bags Coffee.
300 boxes Sardines. 100 boxes Herrings.
J ANN EY TOLLESON.
Just Received.
-I pr ROLLS 5 and fi quarter CANTON :
XO MATTING -white and red checked. '
150 pieced PRINTS-cheap.
200 " BLEACHED SHIRTINGS.
50 " Lawns and Organdies.
Ladies' Philadelphia Suppers.
5 bales Brown Shirtings. For Hale cheap.
Mav 1? TOLLESON & J AN NEY.
GOODST
AT
Wholesale & Retail, i
?>K PIECES POPLIN'S DE PABlS.
?5020 " FRENCH GRENADINES, j
20 pi? ce. Embroid'd and Plain Berrees. ;
10 " French Wasambique.
:lo . Berage Anglais, ut 'Mit bi.
50 . ('hallies-very pretty" ."."f 7.1
25 " French Prims.
200 .. Fancy
2U1) '. Lawns and Jacoin : ..
ALSO,
Just received, a line assort rn? ut "i SEA- j
SIDE HATS, WREATHS and FEATHERS.
Bombazines, ?>-4 Black DcLaine.
8-4 Black and White Berage, f.-i shawls.
Jaconet, Swiss and Nainsook Muslin*.
Plaid and Soft Finished Cambric.-.
White and Colored Brilliant.-.
Trail Hoop Skirts.
Embroid'd und Linen Cuffs and Collars
Corsets. French Fans.
AXSO,
?on pieces Bleached Shirtings.
.25 ' s-10 and ll Qr. Sheetings.
Bal. s :*-4, 7-8 and 4-4 Shirting.-.
Hosiery all prices and qualities.
Cloths, Cassimeres, Drap d'Et?.
Linens, Nankenett, .Vc, for gent's woar.
ALSO, AT WHOLESALE ONLY
20 cases Ladies' Bootees1.
10 " Slippers,
lu " Men's Congress Boots.
Iii .. feasting Shoes.
10 .. and Loathei Pumps.
VLSO,
Alargo stock of Ladies' Hats, trimmed
and untrimmed.
Cent's Felt and Leghorn Hats.
10,000 Colored and While Envelop.
Foolscap, Noie and Letter Paper.
Large stock of Clothing. ,
TO LL ESO N d) JANNEY.
Lite ol Frederick the Great;
/JB> BY CARLISLE, now complete.
"S* The Illustrated Horse Doctor, by
Mayhew.
Letters of Life, bv Mrs. Sigonrnev.
The Trial, by author of Heir of Redcliffe.
Noble Life, by author of John Halifax.
Wives and Daughters, by Mis. Gaskcll.
A Cyclopedia of Business and Commerci a
Anecdotes, by Kirkland- in 2 vols.
Flint's Physiology of Man- 2 vols.
Stumbling Blocks, by Oail Hamilton.
Diary of Kitty Trevylyan, a Story of the
Times of "Whit field and thc Wesley s.
Chronicles of Schonberg Cotta Family, by
-ame author.
Wanderings over Bible Lands, by same
author. For sale at
Mt CARTER'S BOOKSTORE,
.lune lt; Opposite Law Range.
No Advance,
OUR weekly shipment of GOODS has
arrived, and prices ?re attractive to
buyers. We mention below a fpw leading
articles, including some NOTIONS which
have be. n much inquired for, and are now
to be had:
BROWN LINEN DRILL.
WHITE
BROWN '. DECK.
WHITE
Scotch Tweeds.
Fancy Cassimeres.
black Alpacas- all price-?.
Damask Table Cloths.
12-1 Linen Sheeting extra cheap
IM .. Pillow Casing "
Jaconet Edging and Inserting.
Swiss Edging and Inserting.
Mull Edging n.n?l Inserting.
Linen Edging and Inserting, new. pretty
and heap.
Linen Collars ami Setts, late stvlea.
Black Crape Collars, Plain and Beaded.
White illus!.MI and Lace Tails, very
popular.
Black Illusion and Lace Falls, very
popular.
REA i. VALENCIENNES LACE, of all
widths.
Patent Valenciennes Lace, all widths.
NOTIONS.
Black and Colored Belt RIBBON.
Black and Colored Alpaca Brai?l.
Blai-k Silk Binding.
Tape Trimming, all widths.
Hoop Skirts that are elegant and modest
shapes, at very low figures.
SVorsted Embroidery Brui.I. and French
Embroidered Cotton.
bilba Rubber Round Combs.
A fine line Ladies' White Cotton Hose.
SHIVER & BECKHAM.
June lfi
GREAT SOUTHERN and WESTERN
NO. at GARONDOLET STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
(j EN. JAM KS LONG-STREET, PRESIDENT.
C. WILLIAMS. SECRETARY.
$26 WILL INSURE YOU ONE YEAR FOR $5,000 I f
50 Cents will Purchase a TWO DAY TICKET for $6,000
$1.25 " " FIVE "
2.50 " " TEN " 44 "
5.00 will Insure you ONE MONTH for $5,000.
WEEKLY COMPENSATION IN CASE OF TOTAL DISABILITY !
THIS in tho lirnt and only institution of the kind ever organized in the Southern
States for the purpose "of INSURING AGAINST LIFE and ACCIDENT.
It insures against accidents of . very description, whether they occur whilo traveling
by cars, steamboats or other public" conveyance; while engaged in the store, office,
workshop, factory, on the farm, or in any of the ordinary occupations of life; whether
riding, walking, hunting, boating, fishing, engineering, surveying, railroading, steam
boating or seated by the domestic fireside.
General Accident Policies issued by this Company secure to the person insured the
payment of a fixed sum per week (from $3 to $50) during tho time he may be disabled
by accident, not to exceed twenty-six weeks for any one accident; and in case of death
by any form of casualty, the payment of a fixed sum (from $500 to $10,000> to tho
friends of the person insured, or party for whose benefit the policy is issued.
Under the system adopted by this Company, persons may be insured for weekly com?
pensation only, for death only,"or for both.
The rat?-* of premium are LESS than in ?nv other claas of insurance, in proportion
to the risk. A. M. RHETT, Agent District No. 23,
May 1? Imo Oftico at Manahan db Warley's, Wasliington Street. .
COTTON GINS.
riiHE undersigned, having completed
1 their arrangement* for the manufac?
ture of the best COTTON GINS ever made
in this country, are now prepared to rc-j
ceivo orders "from planters and others'!
wishing to purchase. The lon;; established j
and well known reputation cd Elliott's j
Cotton Gins will, wo hopo, br- a sufficient
guarantee that the article will give entire
satisfaction. M. ELLIOTT & CO.,
May lt! 2mo Winnsboro. S. C.
STRAW, WOOL AND
FUE HATS i !
CLOTHING,
CASSIM ERES WI) TWEEDS
-
AT REDUCED PRICES!
\TTE ofter the balance or our ?tock of
W SPRING and RUMMER GOODS AT
COST.
Wo have recentlv made a large addition
to our stock of CASSIMERES, TWEEDS
and HATS, and will receive, in a h-w day*,
a largo addition to our stock of CLOTH
ING.
We have the largest assortment ol HATS
to lie found in thia city, embracing till the
known s ivie;-.
Our Ready-made Gooda
Arc mostly of our own manufacture; ano
those desiring to patronize home produc?
tions are invited to call.
Our stock of FRENCH jud ENGLISH
CASSlMERES i? larne, and we will MAKE
TO ORDER ut CORRESPONDING RE?
DUCED PRICES.
R. & W. C. SM AF
June 2 BEDELL'S ROW.
GUNS, PISTOLS,
SPORTSMEN'S ACCOUTREMENTS,
ANEW and complet <. assortment jn^t
received.
ALSO,
Au elegant assortment ol FISHING
TACKLE-Rods, Reals, Lob-. Hooks,
Lines, Ac. At LOW PRICES.
P. W. KRAFT
Washington street, opposite old Jail.
N. B. -Manufacturing and repairing
substantial! v and neat Iv executed.
May 26 _ "_ Iv
ARTIFICIAL
Legs and Arms.
THE SOUTHERN
USG i\!< \M COMPAQ
HAVE established a branch it flic* .ind
manufactory at Columbia, s. c.
The improved AUTOMATIC LEG AND
ARM manufactured by this company are
unsurpassed by any in the world.
Our workmen are practical artificial leg
and arin makers- three of thom wearing
legs of their own manufacture.
Our facilities are unsurpassed. Our
work warranted one year. Call and ex?
amine our specimens, or address
DANNELLY, MARSHALL A CO.,
Seeder's Building, Columbia, S. C.
Offices--Madison, G;:., Nashville, Tenn.,
Columbia, S. C. May 27 Imo
Thos. P. Walker,
Magistrate and Coroner,
Office in Post Office Building,
COLUMBIA, ? C June 3
SAFES I
HERRING'S Patent Champion Fire.
Burglar, Powder ind Damp Proof
SAFES for sah-. The only sure protection
from fire. I can furnish these Safes, all
I sizes, at manufacturer's prices, freight
added. J. H. KIN ARD, Agent,
May 19 2m o Columbia, S. C.
Insurance Agency.
SCOTT & MCMASTER
ABE now prepared to issue LIFE, FIRE,
MAR ESE and ACCIDENTAL POLI
I CIES. tS- Office No. 5 Law Range, Co
. lumbia, S. C.
? HENRY E. SCOTT. F. Vf. McMASTER.
June 7 Imo*
GIBBES & HUGGINS,
EXCHANGE
AND
; Insurance Agents.
RISKS against Fire taken in the follow?
ing Companies, at fair rates, and no
I charge for polices:
NORTH AMERICAN COMPANY,
Hartford, Conn.
? NATIONAL COMPANY,
New Orleans.
CONTINENTAL COMPANY.
New York.
BALTIC COMPANY,
New York.
VIRGINIA STATE COMPANY.
Richmond.
METROPOLITAN COMPANY,
New York.
SUN MUTUAL COMPANY,
I New York.
EXCHANGE on New York and Charles?
ton bought and sold; dealers in Stocks,
Bonds, Ac. The highest price paid for
Gold, Silver and Bank Notes.
JAMES G. GIBBES, GEO. HUGGINS,
Office riain btreet, Columbia, S. C.
Mav 19 3mo
H. E. NICHOLS,
GENERAL
INSURANCEAGENT,
I Comer of Assembly and Washington Stf.,
COLUMBIA, H. C.,
REPRESENTS a number of the best
both Northern and Southern-compa
I nies, possessing :. ??? aggregate capital of
I over
$23,000,000.
LIFE, FIRE; MARINE,
INLAND AND ACCIDEN?
TAL ?RISKS taken on equi?
table terms, and all losses
promptly paid.
??r*Policies made payable
in Gold or CiiiTcMicy.-&l
March 1 6mo*
NOTICE.
MAYOR'S OFFICE,
Coi.vMBi.v, June 2, 1866.
"C^OR the information of persons who
J_ may be ignorant of thc laws of the
city, and to prevent any further violation
of oaid laws herein mentioued, the follow?
ing Ordinances are republished:
"lie it ordained. That it shall not be law?
ful to drive any wagon, cart or other cai
riage, or ride ?r lead any horse across or
upon any open brick drain, within the cor?
porate limits of the city of Columbia, ex?
cept at,tho bridges or other places pro?
vided for crossing said drains, imder a
penalty not exceeding twenty dollars for
each ami every offence."
"Be ii further ordained, That it shall not
be lawful to drive any wagon or other car?
riage, or ride or lead any norse or mule, or
sutfer them to stand upon any pavement,
except in cases of absoluto necessity; ana
any person offending herein, shall bc sub?
ject to a fine of not less thauono, nor more
than fifty dollars."
lune 5 THEO. STARK, Mayor.
Notice to Owners of Goat? and ?wine.
PARTIES who own ?ny of the above
mentioned animals, are notified that
all Goats and Swine found running at larg?
iu tho streets of Colombia, on and after
the 8th mst., will be seized by thejpouc?
and impounded in the lot near the Guard
House THEO. 8TABF, Mayor.
Jun? 5

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