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Daily Paper $8 a Year
BY JULIAN" A. SELBY.
'Let our Just Censure
F II (EN IA.
Attend the True Event.
Tri-Weekly $5 a Year
COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING., JUNE 27. I860.
VOLUME II-NO. 85.
MJBIASITKT? D.UI.Y AND TRt-WKEKt.Y.
THE
r.VER? WKDNESDAY MORNINO.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
STATE AND CITY PRINTER.
TERMS-IN AD VA NCK.
gi'BscTurnoi?.
Daily Paper, B?X Rinnt tis.. . il IK)
TrVWeellv, " M .2 5U
Weekly, " " . t SQ
ADVEHTIMCMF.NTS
inserted at 75eents per square for ilie Jirst
insertion, ami 50 cents for each subsequent.
Weekly 75 cents each insertion.
M?F A liberal disettnut atad* o>? r//e o Bo ce
rates totten Ude?rtisetnents ure ?ts?rted hy
the month or year.
jaar Special notices lOceuts a line.
AliKNTS.
. S. P. Kiuard, Newb*rrv.
e>amucl Dronthitt, Greenville C. H.
Wm. Moore, Abbeville C. il.
Julius Poppe, Anderson C. H.
Southern vs. l?orthernJonrnal?.
Tt has ever seemed to us very
strauge-passing stanage-that the
people of the South display such a
perfect mania for periodicals like tlie
Stew York Ledger, Harper's Weekly,
Frank Leslie's \1 illustrated, and others
of kindred ilk, and must confess, iu
all earnestness, ttint it looks very
little like that independence which
'.houhl characterize a |>eople, to say
the least ol' it. It is true, we admit,
that we of the South do not get up a
rtyle of literary journals so flashy
rilid dazzling ns the ones mentioned,
bnt vre thought that pride would lmve
prevented ns from over allowing our
passion-we can call it uothingclse -
to carry ns so far ns to "lick the foot
that spurned us."
. Daring tho late war in which we
were engaged, these periodicals al io ve
spoken of were not sparing in their
nbu.se of everything Southern, aud
large and gaudy illustrations adorned
their pages in display of the igno?
rance, barbarism and "complete
worthlessness" of the people of the
South. Penny-a-line writer?) found
in their columns a source through
which to give vent to their slang and
vituperation against a people who
possessed, in their eyes, not a single
attribute of respectability. Our wo?
men--of whom auy country might 1*?
justly proud-have been villifted aud
slandered in their many "historical
stories of the war," until, did one be?
lieve the "half of what was said," it
would be thought there was not a lady
South ol Mason and Dixon's line, ex?
cepting the schooi-iuarms from Yan
keedom, and a sufficient number of
tories, ont of whom to make he?
roines. Our soldiers-to whose gal?
lant deeds and noble daring history
will give her brightest page -were !
portrayed by these "journals of civil- j
ization" as worse than robbers, out- !
throats and demons. No enormities,
no crime, was too great for them to j
commit. Davis, Lee, Johnston, ?md j
hosts of other pure patriots, were j
placed side by side with Benedict Ar- j
uold and John A. Murrell, because;
they were of and with the South. |
We might continue the "string of |
slanders" which has been heaped !
upon the South by these fawning,
hypocritical vampires, until the "line j
would stretch out to the eraek of !
doom," but it is useless; our people !
know full as well as we do what these I
sanctimonious, puritanical scribblers i
have done to make infamous and de 1
graded in the eyes of the world our
best men and women. i
We had hoped for an exhibition of j
a more proud and independent spirit;
? we had hopod that the "Bonner's, j
Harper's and Leslie's had received !
their last dollar of Sonthern money, i
--and'that not another of their vile j
& sheets would be allowed to cross the :
V threshold of a Southern home -but, i
- ai a sl
""We Baw it but a moment.
-. But we cannot see it now."
While journals ann periodicals pub- ?
lished in the South languish and die .
fora sustaining patronage, the corters ?
ofitour enemies are filled to overflow?
ing by the people who should be the j
last on earth to give them a cent. I
Where is yot?r pride? What has be- ?
come of the memory of the past? i
Have you forgotten the insults heaped
upon your fallen heroes whose bones
are scattered from the Potomac to
the Rio Grande, by these same men, '.
who, now that the war is over, "bend !
mK* snPphant hinges of the knee, that I
^urift may follow fawning;" having j
made all the money they can from
Northern fanatics by their wholesale ,
abn^e and slander of the South, they j
would now rob you by flattery and
the smile of the sycophant?' Oh, !
how little of til-- old lire Durna within j
your bosom and how small and dim .
must be that spark of pride and reso- ;
lution which .sustained you through ;
the perils and dangers of thc recent
revolution. Be men and women as '
of old, and show to the world that
ymir proud spirits are yet uncrushed
and unbroken, and that you will not
give to such despicable wretches that
which gives them power and strengt ii
to destroy you.-'KoselUiiko Star
.f. \V. Patterson succeeds Daniel;
Clark ns Senator from New Hamp- j
suire. With no salary, mileage, sta- i
tionery. spoils, mid sons as door- .
keepers, davie's "love for his eoun- .
try" will not be so painfully intense i
as it was -that is, not quite.
A modest proposition is pending in j
Congress, to place $00,000 in the !
hands of B. F. Bntler. to be bekl in j
trust for the purchase of a National j
Asylum, ami Butler is waiting in j
Washington.
Au ex-slave ol Beauregard's is said
to have married a New England
scbool-mann. She must have chosen
her Beau-regardless ot' color.
SPEOTAT/XOTICES.
MARR1AGK ANO ( KUBACV; An j
Essay nf Wanui)'.; and Instruction fur j
Young Men. Also, Diseases hurt Abuses
which prostrate the viful powers, with ?ure
means 4*1" relief. S.-nt free of charge in ! '
scal<-?l letter e!iveloi>es. Address Dr. J.
SKiLLlN HOUGHTON, Howard Associa?
tion; 'Philadelphia, Pa. April 19 3mo
tOL.OiATK'S HOM Bl* SOAH.
This celebrated Toll*? Soup, in -in-h ?
; universal d> maud, is mai le from the ;
! elioiee-i umterials, n mild and ?mol- ?
1 inn in ii M nature. iV;ij;iiiniiy ?reut?.!,
and extremely b?-??*-Ooliii in \\r tvctiou .
1 upon the skin. For sale by all Druggists'
: and FaOT^Oboils Dealers. March 28 Iv
UATi HHUMi'M HAIR DVT-;.
I i
'1'he Origin ?I shu BCM in ?he W..ikl. .
?Th. onl) t.ue and perTeci H A IK l>'i?. j
lim ii.ii-ss. Reliable and Ina!antsneou?. i
Pr i educes immediately ?t splendid Black or
natural brown, without injuring the bair
'; or skin. Kcmodief- the ill effects '.I bsd
dyes. Sold by all Druggists. 'Hie genuine I
' is signed William A. Batchelor. Uso, lil:'.- j
GENERATING EXTRACT ot MILLE
' FLEURS, foi UVstoiiug und Beautifying |
j the Han. ClL\R?JiS BATCHELOR^ h
Oct 2 > ly N< w York.
GOLD PENS.
ALA RUE tiosorim. iit ol' auperioi GOLD '
PENS, selected with great care at the I
I manufactory of the celebrated Fairchild,
\ whose Pons are acknowledged to he the I
? best imaniuf'ictitred. Cases of every deecrip
j tiou; some new styles of India Rubber I
Cases, with gold mountings -very rich sud
; eleiinn: For salo at New York prices bv !
P. B. GLASS. Bookseller sud ;
! Stationer. Plain street, mid p. ?). rite. >
j .lune 21 2"
INVISIBLE PHOTOGRAPHS !
: f|"tHE gn at wonder of the ajo ! lustrnc- .
I _L tjve entertainment for the parlor! A ?
I new process in photography, by which the ;
sen#)fiye albumen paper is so prepared
I that, npon application of the blotting
I paper-which accompanies each package- ?
I a beautiful and perfect Photograph will
I instantly appear. Pri?e ?lt couts a pack- !
! age. Sent nv nui il ou receipt of the price, j
?Address P. B. (?LASS, Bookseller, I
June 24 '?' Columbia, S. C.
SUGARS, ??C. I
O BHDS, good BROWN SUGAR 10 j
O pounds for i l.
-I li lids, prime vellow Porto Rieu Sugar".
Barrels choice Yellow Sugar.
From the cargo sale at Charleston, last I
week, and offered at tho lowest pri?es h\%
Jone 24 2 C. H. BALDWIN. !
Hams, &c. j
FTUERCES SMITHFIELD tugar-enred
X HAMS, at 25 cents per pound.
Tierces ot' tho favorite "Palmetto" Hams, j
at 2U cents per pound.
Tierces of the incomparable "Davis. Jr.,
Diamond" Hams.
Choice Fulton Marke I lieef. I'iekded |
Tongues.
Pin e Lard, choice Butter.
Barrels fresh und genuine H.vkor s Self- |
raising Flour.
Received to-dav, and for sale bv
.funo24 2 C. H.BALDWIN.
Sundries.
1CASE REAL DURHAM MUSTARD.
Four cases real ( "anton Ginger, ?ell??s - I
n variety. i
Canned l rnits. Fish and Meats.
Maizena, Farina, (toma. Homtepathie
Cocoa.
Baker's Chocolate. Split Peas, White
Beans.
English Pickles, French mustard, Ac.
With a mil line of SHELF HOODS and
standard GROCERIES, which are offered
at fair prices, and n? low as the lowest.
C. n. BALDWIN.
Corner Main and Washington Streets.
.1 une 24 2
PLANTATION WAGONS!
TC** OR sale VFRY LOW. if applied for im
JP mediately, at shep of
June 22 ti"' BUSftUNG A MOTZ.
Patronize' Home Institutions.
fft THE L'NDERStGNED has .s^?ESt
??? erected a SHOP on tho F.ast*T^T_
T? side ol I he nen Market, andi IW?lfta
is prepared to manufacture MAITRESSES
and FURNITURE of all kinds. Give him
A call. A. RECKLING.
June 20 t;
Sixth Arrival!
RECEIVED b\ Express a huge tot of
Ladies SCN DOWNS and Lo '>s
HAMILTON HAT! which we will std at
manufactory pri?es Wo oller to the pub?
lic also, an entire Summer Struck at Cost
ABELES, MYERS A CO .
Jun? 20 c Opposit? old City n..tel.
ON CONSIGNMENT,
And for Sale Cheap !1
PT rv BOXES TOBACCO -choice grades. ;
Ol' 10 " " -low
10.000 SEGARS-genuine Rio Hondo.
5,000 " -low grades.
20 bales COTTON YARNS-8 to 12.
10 baskets Heidsick Champagne.
50 doz. Madeira, Tort, Sherrv and Claret
Wine.
10 doz. Lemon Syrap.
Several cases of Old COGNAC BRANDY.
10 bbb*. Bourbon Whin kev.
20 " Corn "
75 bbls. Flour.
800 bushels Corn. '.
50 kits Mackerel.
50 bbls. Coffee Sugars.
25 '* common Brown Sugars.
25 bags Coffee.
300 boxes Sardines 100 boxes Herring.r. :
.TANNEY & TOLLESON.j
Just Received,
I K ROLLS 5 and 6 quarter CANTON !
.LO MATTING-white and red chocked, j
150 pieces PRINTS-cheap.
200 ? BLEACHED SHIRTING*.
GO " Lawns and Organdies.
Ladies' Philadelphia Slippers
5 balee Brown Shirtings. Tor salecheup. j
May 16 TOLLE SON A JANNEY.
GOODS
Wholesale & Retail.
OK. PIECES POPLINS DE PARIS.
?U20 " FRENCH GRENADINE* j
20 pieces Embroid'd and Tlain Ber ap es. I
10 " French Wasambique.
30 " Her age Anglais, at 37$ 7d.
M " Chames-very pi etty - 37* 7?l
'?Ct " French Prints.
SOO '. Fancy "
2?0 '. Lawns and Jaconets.
ALSO.
Jnr;i received, a line at>eoiuweni <>i tjLA- ,
SIDE HATS, WREATHS and FEATHER*.
Bombazines, 6-4 Black DeLnine.
8-4 Black and White Berage, for shaw li
Jaconet, Swiss and Nainsook Muelinc
Plaid and Soft Finished Cambrics
Whfce and Colored Brilliant
Tran Hoop Skirts.
Embroid'a and Linen Cans and Collat e
Corsets, French Fans.
ALSO.
?on pieces Bleached Shir tinga,
.JJ " 8-10 and ll Qr. Snecimfee
Bales 3-4, 7-8 and 4-4 Shirtings.
Hosiery-aU prices and quail tien.
Cloths* Ca8simeres, Drap d'Et?.
Linens, Nankenett, Ac., for gent's wttr 1
ALSO, AT WnOLESAl.F ONTY
2U eases Ladies' Bootees.
10 " " SIdppera.
10 .. Men's Congress Boots.
10 " basting Shoes.
10 .. " andLeathei Pumpe.
ALSO,
Alargo stock of Lanier' Hats, trimmed :
ind untrimmed.
Gent's Felt and Leghorn Hain
10,000 Colored and White Envelope-.
Foolscap, Note and L<>ttei Paper
Large stock of Clothing.
TOLL ESON ar- JANNEY]
From Charleston.
VTEW IRISH POTATOES. For sale U ?
131 JOHN C. KEEGEHS A CO. j
June 3_
Shoulders and Hams.
;> HnDS. SHOULDERS.
& 1 tierce SUGAR-CURED HAMS.
June 3 _JOHN_C. SEEGEItS A rn
FIO-S, c*30
r> A DRUMS FIGS.
?\J 10 boxes LAYER RAISINS
June :i JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
On Consignment.
rr f\ REAMS large-sized WRAPPING !
JU PAPER-low to dealers.
May27 JOHN C. SEEGERS.
Bacon, Shoulders and Hams
IN STORE.
fur HHDS. SIDES to arrivo, aie offer*
O low, bv the hbo., by
Juno 16 * FISHER ft LOWRANCE.
NEW GOODS.
IT7E have, thia day, received an addi- :
YV bon to our stock cd OILS, compris
ag: Opal, Tallow, Engine, Micea. Raw and !
toiled Linseed, Tanners'. Kcroseue, Train, ,
c. ALSO,
Paints, dry ami in oil, ?u<;h us Chrome 1
nd Paris Green, Yollow Ochre, Chrome I
'ellow, Spanish Brown, Venetian Red, lu- j
ian Red, White and Rod Lead. Raw and '
lurnt Turkey Umber, Ran and Burnt ;
lenna, ftc, fte.
KIMO.
Varnishes of all kinds.
Coach Hardware, viz: huhs Spokes,
elloes, Shafts, Enameled Cloth. Ac. a.
t;a?onable prices.
June 20 FISHER ft LOWRANCE.
AT COST )
SUGAR-HOUSE SYKUP.
HAMS and LARD.
In Slot? and for Sale LOW bv
June 7
Wanted,
LIMITED amount of OOLD and MU.
VFR riSHEP. A LOWRANCE
Wonderful Parlor Amusement !
PHOTOGEAPHS BY MAGIC ! !
ANY one amy make- a beautiful picture
with only "a few drops pt water, an.il
make vourown albums of pretty ?icrufcsl
at little cost. For ^alo bv i
FISH Eli * HEINTTSH.
June 2ii Pharmacist?.
Tamarinds for the Sick!
FOB making TAMARIND 1 TAT GNADE:
a delightful refrigerant in fevers. Vor .
Haleb\" FISHER A HEINTTSH,
Juno 2u Pharmacist*.
~*FEUI? PRESERVER?' .
To the House-wife.
AVALE ABLE inven tic for the benefit i
cf all. Fruit prct-c rvetl, of all kinds, |
without sugar, and without expensive eeal- I
mg or air-ticht Jars. Ono bott!" will tie- .
serve 128 pounds of fruit, ( heap, health?
ful and effectual. For sale by
FISHER .V HETNIT8H, 1
June 20 Pharmacists. 1
Arrival of Pontoons.
ANOTHER large supply of PONTOONS;
SUGAR TEEMS, for worm*. .The
-reat medicine for Worms. Ov*>r '.??Ce ??uve
been sold in less than two months, and .
millions nf worms destroyed lt vr.ur ?
children have worm?, go u? Pish? i x Hein- (
itsh'i ami gi t a box.
FISHER A KEIN'ITSH,
June 13 Pharmaceutist :?.
BLACKBERRY BEANDY!
IT^OR Bowel Complainte. Stn.,mci Com
plaints, Weak Stomach. ftc. Evil ?ah:
by TTSIir.n ft HEINTTSH. Druggists,
CHEAP LIGHT.
FIVE HUNDRED gallons eximo White
KEROSENE OTE. for srdc br barrel or
gallon at FISHER ft HEINT?SH'S,
May ill Druggist?
is m wm\m :
/~1 CM ASSAl'CETIDA
VT BLUE MASS, in pouudr
CALOMEL. DOVER'S POWLEJ .
CRoTON OIL, MOE? HL?.
Calabria Liquoi ice
. .um Opium, Quinn..
I Ipsoin Salts
Mustang Liniment
Opodeldoc, Extract Log? ...J
Syrup Squill* Boiax
Ca&toi Oil, quart? and \ ?uta
Essence Poppet ?.?mi
t'inno m.-ii
IV ad Shot Y, : mifn, ?
l ahneslock'e
Hollowav r Wornt > onfocttv?
Winslow's Soothing Syrup
Wright's Pills, Brahdreth'e bli -.
Ayer's Pills, Harlem Oh
Rad way's Relief.
German Horee Powdei.
Barber's Horse Powd* i
Tarrant s Aperient Tunto t .- Cat et :
Philo token, Batchelor'6 Hair Dye
Marchioi Cathclicon, r am Killel
Saudf'-rd'a Liver Invigorsto?
Ayers Cherry Pectoral.
Sarsaparilla. Sozodont
Mc dunn's Ehxii Opium
Flour Sulphur, Roll Brimstone
Cream Tartar. English Must ai. I
Lemon Syrup, Oin: rt s\ rup
Strawberry Syrup.
Extract Lemon. Extract i anula.
FISHER A H?INITSH, Druggists,
At the old 1.m? ; Main en.-, t
May 23
'flie Pair Face ol' u Beautiful Woman
IS thc admiration of ev? ty on.- So une :
possessing this rich >:trt ?nd attribute :
ol health and attraction would exchange it
for the wealth <i tLe Indie*. Yet now
tnauy suffer their ?don lo become rough
with* spots aad pimple.', which tu ir tin
beautv and bloom of the face TL. (Mb
CASSIAS BLOOM removes ali ?pots and
blemishes, t m, freckle^ ?.pies, blotches.
and impart? ti beautiful complexion, 6o
attractive in woman
Foi sale bv druggists everve.hcr?
FISH?R ft HEINITS?, Agem.
JOHN M. MARIS A Co Pliilada
May :M
NOTICE.
N'INE'Fi da.y? from date, application will
be made to the Columbia and Augusta
Kadli.ad Company for renewal of t'ertirt
;ate 619 for 23 phares in Columbia and
Harauure Railroad stock. issued to Mary
D. Bawls. Also, Tor renewal of Certificate
MO, 2 shares, issued to Benj. A. Bawls -the
janie having hoon burned 17th February,
18?5. MARY D. RAWES
June 12 iu3iuo BENJ. \. RAWES.
NOTICE.
N'IN ET Y daysaftt r date, application will
bc made to thc Columbia ami < har
otte Railroad Company foi renewal' of
Certificates ol Stock for two shares, burnt
ju 17th February, l???. Also, to the South
?nroli:ia Railroad for renewal oi Certifi?
cate of Stock for one share. Also, for re
lewal of Certificate i"i one share in th
South-western Railroad Bank, issued to
?3enj. Bawls, Esq., oi Columbia. Also, for
Certificate of Stock for two shares, (No.
131,1 to B. and B F. Rawl3, issued hj thc
iVashkigton and New (.'iban? Telegraph
Company, Mutch 1350-burnt i7Ui FCD
narv, l?of. ? i. s. BOWER,
mos. J. it AWE,.
Jure R: tit.?ii.? Qualified Executory.. |
Notice.
l^flNEl V days a ft ci dato, I mil apply to
k\ the pi i.j.PI authorities for arenewal
if tili following ct rt idea iii ; ..t stock w Inch
l?Tebeen destroyed, to wit: Certificate
?? _, f..r twenty rtisrcs South-western
tailroad and Bank: certificate No for
wan ty whole shares South Carolina Itail
oad; certificate NV ft>i twenty liaii'
hares South Carolina I?^;lr..
May 24 1 mo3nio? JOHN WATTE.'., i
{AY & HEWETSONS
Arrhiteris an?l Civil hviw.
COLUMBIA, v t
)1T1CE North-w. st e. rm r..t ! &.I ?nd
Billi streets. .l.n .',
Cutlery! Cattery* !
At t'.e / i .-f the Golden Fa?-Locl
VI IXL Assortment of Table ant', pr-ek*;
CUTLERY SCISSORS ftc, in ?tors
nd for sals low bv JOHN C. DIAL.
To Contractors..
SOLTU CAROLINA RAIL&0AI>,
CHARLESTON, S. C .lune ii. ison.
SEALED Proposals will be received a*
this office, until the 27ih inst., Tor the
erection of n Freight Depot, at Columbia,
S. C. Flails nod spM-irtcn tiona can be sp?-n
'at this ollie... ll. T. PEAKE,
June 14 til H. Bnp*t, H. C. R. R.
Timothy Titcomba Letters to the!
Joneses.
GALA DAYiS; by Cai! Hamilton lohn
Godfrey1* Port mies; by bayard Tay?
lor. Studies for Stories; by Jean Itigekm.
Zechokke'e Meditations ?ti Life. Warm
Hearts in Cold Regions -A Tale ot Arctic
Life; by Capi. Ldc, Poyal SVcy. The
Masquerade-A Poem; by'Saxc. ? Sum?
mer in Skye; by Alexander Smith. Across ?
the Continent* by Rowles. Mrs. Jamesons
Works, (sold separately.) Tho Evcry-day
Philosopher; by thc "Country Parson." ;
Cooneel ami Comfort; bv the "Countrv 1
Parson." Vnd other Ni'.W ROOK3. foy
sal? at McCARTEH'3 Bookstore,
Opposite Law Raup-'' Columbia.
Jnne 22_ ?
"DENTISTRY.
HAYING opened my office
permanently in Columbia, I
may be found at all honro at
the" residence of Mr. M. H.
Berrv, (opposite the Catholic Church,) on
Assembly street. D P.GREGG.
June 12
COLIMBIA
Cougaree Jockey Club.
VXTEDNESDAV. July 4-Purse tlCO- ?
yt Jlila lleati foi "Horses nut rained, \
never having won a mile rare. Two br i
mote to etan
THURSDAY, Jub Furs* ?lou-Mile j
Heal--to bi trotted for in Ume?e, Open
tu ail Horses that have never won a mile ?
lient race. Two oi more lu start.
FRIDAY, July ti . Purse ?200 Fre* fbi ;
all numing; Horace. Twoormor. o.start. !
SATURDAY, July 7 - Piu se *200. Opeu
for all Trottii.2 Hernes, Mares or Geldings,
to harness. Milo Heats, beat two in three, .
two or more to start t.. make a, rac?
?AME DAV, July V.-Purse ibw. bmli
of One Mile-free foi all running Horses
Two oi moro to start.
rite first Raceoneach das tocommancs
? THREE O'CLOCK P. M. Lach euuy ;
IO pei cent to be added to each day Vpnrse. ;
June IC L. T. LEVIN, Secretary.
"COTTON GINS.
r IlHl undersigned, having completed I
A. theil arrangements for tbs manufac-.l
ture of the beet COTTON' GINS eve. made
m tlds country, ;iic u..w prepared to re-,
ceive order* rrom planters and others '
wishing to purchase. The long established
and well kne-.vn reputation oi Elliott's i
Cotton Cine will, we nope, be a sufflciout
gu?rante?that the article will give entire'.
satisfaction J. M ELLIOTT X CO., ;
M;iv lfi 2mo _ WTitmabovo. 8. C.
aUNS , PlSTOIiS,
SPORTSMEN ACCOUTREME?TS,
A
NEW and complet* ???ortineut jual
received
An elegant assortment -r ll^liiNG
TACKLE-Rods, Real? Roi M. Ho ike
Lines ie At LOW PRICES.
/'. H. KRAFT.
H H shine ton street, opposite old Jail
N li.-Manufacturing and rc-p&iiaig
buhstantiallr and neatlv executed
May 2t: ' ly
"Au Ordinance to .Herniate tho
Water Works.
CITY CIT P.K'N OFFICE,
COLCMBL*., lillie 23, L-w'sj.
r"|^lll attention of the public ia cabed io
X. ibis Ordinance and tbs penalties ui
tached for ti.e violation thereof .
I rx rn VCT.)
Ji. urduiued, That an\ person wau
shalt draw or cany away triter from a
snout without having contracted so todo,
shall be hued lor ca.-ti and every offence
not exec-ding t.wni. dollars; and" any con?
tractor for the water wb>. shall suffer any
unauthorized person to draw ia u?o \.uter
from biri or her spout, shall be subject toa
fine not exceeding twenty dollars for ? ach
and every offence. If am person shall
?uffoi any hydrant on Iiis or her premises
to remain opefrs? a? to wast... the water,
i.xeept for tho purpose of cleansing tbs
pipes or to draw off thc water unfit for use,
such person shall be * object to a penalty
not exceeding twenty dollars for es ch sud
M erv offence.
All persons sro cautioned thai io ?uakc:
use of tho tire hydrant: in the public
streets io a violation of an Ordinance ot
the city, and tho penalty au ached for euch
\ violation will m si! cases be ri?idlv en
Torced. Published bj order ol tho'Citv
Council f s. MCMAHON,
Jun.- j? 12 t'itv fieri:.
NOTICE.
MAYOR 3 ul FICE.
COLUMBI s June j. 1st;.,
f>ot. thc information of persona
niov be ignorant . .: thc law?, oi the
?itv, and to prevent any further violatiop
baid laws herein mentioned, tho follow
nc Ordinances are republished;
. -?ie if arda,ned. That it shall no; be law
ful to drive any wagon, cart oi other ca;
.?age, <<i ride or lead any In,iso across ur
ipon anv open brick drain, within thc cor
icratc limits nf the oil j of Columbia, *:<.
rent ai the bridge? oi other places pro.
riced fot viv?8sinp said drains, under u
(enaby not exceeding twenty dollars for
t&ch and cv? iv offence "
"Be >'.' further <-rd lined, i l. ra it shah not
;fc lawful t i ?Une ?ny wagon or other car?
iaco, or ride or lead any norse or mule, er
u&r them to stand upon any pavement,
?copt in eases of absolut.'? necessity; and
mv person oSendinc herein, shall be sob
cst ?0 a inn of not 1- than one, m-r mon-,
lian flftv dollars."
June > THEO STARK, Mayor.
Notice to Owners ol Goat* and Swine
PARTIED who own any of the above
mentioned animals, are notified that
ll Gnats and Hvrine found running at isrge
n tho streets of Columbia, on and alter
be 8th inst. T:II be seized by tho police
,nd impotmded fri the lot neai the Gr.ard
ioiiso THEO. STARE. Ma vor
Toro i
STRAW, WOOL AND
FUR HATS ! !
CLOTHING,
s Wli
At REDUCED PRICES!
i m
AXT L offer I tit* Lal anet? ol our stoc-k ot
W SPRING and RUMMER GOODS AT
coal.
We have reconttv made a larg? addition
to cnn- stock ot CASSIMERES, TWEEDS
aud HATS, and will receive, in a few day?,
a large addition to emt etock of CljOTH
INO.
Wc have the loge?t assortment of HATS
to be found th thi= city, embracing all the
known style?
-
Om Ready-made ttood*
Arc mostly of our own manufacture; ana
mose desiring to patronize home produc
tiona are invited to call.
Our stock of FRENCH ana ENGLISH
CASS DIERES ie large, and wa will MACE
TO ORDER at CORRF.SroNTJTNO RE?
DUCED PRICES.
R. & \\. C. SWiPFBLD,
lune 2 BEDELL'S BOW.
ARTIFICIAL
Legs and Arms.
THE SOUTHERN
LEI; AND ARM ?KV
HAVE established a or auch oi&oe ana
manufactory at Columbia, S. C.
The improved AUTOMATIC LEO AND
ARM manufactured by this company aro
unsurpassed by any in the world.
Our workmen are practical artificial leg
aud arm makers-three of theta wearing
legs of their own manufacture.
Our facilities are nuanrpasscd. Oui
work warranted oua year. Call ao.d ex?
amine our specimens, or address
DANNELLT, MARSHALL * Cou,
Seeger"? Building, Columbia, ?. C
Ornees--Madison, Ga Nashville, Tenn ,
Columbia, S. C. Mav 27 ^mo
SAFES !
HERRING'S Patent Champion Fire
Burglar, Powder and Damp Proof
SAFES foi hal? The oulv Mire protection
from tire. I cnn furnish these Sates, all
sizes, nt manufacturer's prices, freijpbt
added T H. KEN ARD, Agent,
May 19 2mo Columbia, S. C.
Insurance Agency.
?COTT & ffloMASTEH
Al iE now prepared to issue LIFE, FIRE.
MARINE and ACCIDENTAL POLI
CIES. ?a. Office No S Law Ringa, Co?
lumbia, S. C.
HENRY E SCoIl . 1 w McMASTE*
June 7 Imo"
GIBBES & HUGGINS,
EXCHANGE B?G3&??
AND
Insurance Agents,
RISKS agaiiibt Tire taken ia the toliow
ing Companies at fair rates, and
charge for polices:
NORTH AMERICAN COMPAN?,
Hartford, Conu.
SATIOKAL. COMPANY.
New Orleans.
( ONTFNENTAL COMPANY,
New York.
BAl.TIC COMPANY.
New Y'ork.
\ I bc. IN IA STATE COMPANY,
Richmond.
uETROPOLITAN COMPAN?,
New York.
SUN MUTUAL COMPAN?,
New York.
EXCHANGE ..t. Now York and Charles -
ton bought and sold' dealers in Stocke,
Bonds, ftc The highest pru? paid foi
Gokl, Silver and Bank Notes.
JAMES G. G EBBE?. GEO. HUGGINS,
0ir.ee Plain street, Columbia, 8. C.
Mav IC* _Sag
HTE. NICHOLS,
GENERAL
INSURANCEAGENT,
Corner of Assembly and Washington Sts ,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
REPRESENTS a number of the neat
both Northern and southern-comps
des, possessing : yggregate capital ct
>v?*r
$23,000,000*
LIFE FIRE, MARINE,
INLAND AND ACCIDEN?
TAL RISKS taken on equi
ii bk' te pms, and all losses
promptly paid
5@*Folicies made payabi*
ii Gold or Currency.
March i

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