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NEW YOBK, July 5.-Yera Cruz dates of
the- 33d ult. state that the vomito is raging
in the. ci ty and many deaths have occurred.
The Trench troops that evacuate Mat a
mt>*?-? had arrived.. It was believed that
Santa Anna was acting in the interest of
the church property and. expected- to he -
elected President, conditioned upon restor?
ing the property to the churches. Maxi?
milian continued re-organiziag and con
- centrating troops, and reinforcements had
been despatched to San Louis Potosi,
compelled by the Liberals moving against
NEW. 0*?J*A.HS, July 5.-Odd Fellows
Hall was burned last night. Loss $220,000,
insured for t95,000.
MOBU.E, July fi.-Jarvis A Turner's cot?
ton warehouse, with 900 bales of cotton
and 330 bales cotton bagging, was de?
stroyed by fire, last night. Loss $65,000
POETUUTO, MAINE, July 5.-A terrible
conflagration occurred here yesterday
the wind blowing a gale at the time. The
fire originated on Commercial street and
swept over the space of one mile and-a
half in length by a quarter of a milo wide,
destroying every tiling iu its cours*, includ?
ing all the. business portion of the city, (ex?
cepting the heaviest business houses;) se?
veral churches and ail the newspaper offices
were burned; public buddings and many
dwellings were destroyed, and fifty houses
were blown np in tho endeavor to check
.the progress of the fire. Tho Custom
House being fire-proof, escaped. The loas
is enormous, and, at pr?tent, not esti?
mated. A thousand tents havo been sent
to the houseless people. Tho destruction
is so complete that persons can hardly tell
where their homes were.
LATER.-Details of the great fire show
-that it was terribly disastrous. All tho
newspaper and insurance offices, banks and
hotels, eight churches and convent t-cboole.
1 awyera' offices, and nearly every pr om m nt
business bouse in the city was burnt, as
well as a great number of private dwell?
ings. Tho number of homes consumed
was 2,000. Loss estimated at $10,000.000.
Tho churches not burned aro appropriated
to the houseless, and committees aro en?
gaged endeavoring to alleviate the distress
" of the sufferers. The flames are still trou
* blesome in different parts of tho city.
Nearly all the hoeo burs tesl and several lire
engines were used up.
RICHMOND. July 5_Judge Chambers
.granted an injunction m tho case of Ii. F.
Pickling, Superintendent of the National |
Express Company, against several Virginia i
railroads, with reference to special trans- !
pertation contracts with the Adams Ex- I
presa and Southern Express Companies !
* excluding all others. The decision is con- |
sid?rea highly important, as deciding the i
rights of railroads and express companies.
The effect of the decisiou places the Na- ;
tiona! Express Company on the samo foot- i
ing as those previously named.
Sew? Item?. i
OMAHA, July S.- The Government Com- I
missioners have examined and accepted an \
additional twenty miles of the Union j
Pacific Railroad. 125 miles arc now in ruo- !
ning order, and a regular passenger train, ;
carrying the daily overland mail, com- .
menced running to Columbus, the 1st of '.?
Julv. At Columbus, daily lines of over- '?
land stages connect with the railroad.
The port of Malaga is closed again.*', all ;
ve&sels arriving from any part of the States, |
the Government having declared the whole .
of the United States infected with cholera.
The Lord Clarendon was driven out of port
one morning, and ordered to Port Mahon,
to perform quarantine.
ST. Lorie, July 3.-General Lane is still
alive, but speechless aud cannot recover.
The Conservative State Convention, John
D. Phillips, Chairman, has passed con?
servative resolutions, and will issue an ad?
dress to the people and send a delegate to
the Philadelphia Convention.
WASHINGTON, Jnly 4.-The national an?
niversary was celebrated in all the North?
ern cities with the usual civil and military
display. The flag presentation, in Phila?
delphia, was highly impressive. Many
thousands were present. lu this city, the
survivors of the war of 1812 paid their cus?
tomary visit to the Preeident. Tho only
formal celebration here, was coufmcd to
the negro population.
NEW YORK, July 5.-Tho celebration at
Tammany Hall, yesterdav, was largely at?
tended*- A letter from the President'was
read, in which he says there can be no no?
bler work than obliterating the passions
and prejudices which retard reconciliation
and the restoration of the Union.
In Brooklyn, W. Voltz, a painter, delibe?
rately fired a loaded musket into a group
of children, killing one and wounding two.
PHILADELPHIA, July 5.-Dr. Paul B. God?
dard, one of the most eminent physicians
tn this country, died, to-day, after a brief
illness, aged fifty-seven years.
Interesting from ash lng ton.
WASHINGTON, Jnly L-The Democratic i
Senators and Congressmen havo issued an '
address in favor of tho Convention at Phi?
ladelphia. "National Union," they declare,
ga should be tho watch-word of every man,
and they denounce the radicals for persist?
?s ' ently refusing to admit the Southern
States, and say that laws have been passed ?
effecting their interest in disregard of tho |
fundamental principle of free Government. .
They urge free representation from all
States and Territories at said Convention, !
to work in a spirit of harmony, for the
parp?se of restoring the constitutional j
Union, and for this purposo only.
The Committee on Post Offices and Post
? Roads have agreed to report to tho Houso
the Senate's bill authorizing any telegraph j
company to construct their line upon some
mail route, whether railroad, bridge or ,
common highway; also with power to take 1
any cable upon our shores- -any Jaws of !
the State to the contrary notwithstanding. !
From expressions of members cf the i
House, since the report of tho Rosseau- ;
Grinned Committee, it seems hardly posai
ble that a vote of two-thirds, which is ne- !
cessary for expulsion, can be obtained. It !
is believed that Gen. Rosseau would prefer
expulsion to a public reprimand before tho j
bar of tho House. His friends contend
that if he is expelled, au effort will be made 1
to return him as United Stales Senator
from Kentucky thia winter.
The report of the military board, who
were recently in sossion for over two :
months, has not yet received the approval '
of the Secretary of War or General G rai..
There aro rumors of its being set aside as
unsatisfactory, and a new board huiug cou
vaned. It is said that several members of I
the board refused to sign the report.
WASHINOTON, July 5.-The Committee of ?
Conference on the tax bill recommended (
fixing the tax on cotton at three cents per j
pound, and giving to railroads and gas com- !
fianies the right to add to their rates the j
ax until the 30th dav of April, 1867. They
??i-ni- r,iT."ir n - .? -m ?? i i n.~r
a groo to leave tho income tax. unchanged,
tho exemption of $600 being retained.
It it? understood that the Sontheim Rep?
resentatives w?l soon issue an address to
the people of the South/ recommending
the s?lection of delegates to the Philadel?
phia Convention. They regard it as highly
important that the South shall co-opera te
in that movement, especially as it is under?
stood that the Convention u only for the
restoration of tile South to the Union, and
not for any party purposes.
In the Senate, tho bili to repeal the Act
retroccding the County of Alexandria to
Virginia was discussed and i*id over, and
the same disposition made of tho bill to
pay loyal people in the South for supplies
The Senate refused to transfer to tho
Secretary of War supervisory and other
powers over the acta of the Commissioner
of Indian Anaire, BOW exercised by thc Sec?
retary of the Interior, by a vot? of twenty
one to t'-tlve.
The Conference Committee reported on
the army bin, which was agreed to in the
Notbing of moment in the House, ex?
cepting the tariff bill. Spalding, of Ohio,
gave notice that after the tariff bill nhall
be dieposed of, ho would move to call np
tho resolutions reported by the select com
nut tee in the Rosscau-Grinnell case.
Market H.? pc rt?.
I NEW YOBS, Julv 5-Noon.-Gold 52',. Ex
! change 108$. Cotton dull, at 36(^3?.
7 P. M-Floor heavv: Bales of 7,500 bar
I reis; Southern, il?.20?$17. Wheat dull;
I sales ot 30,000 bushels, at $2@$2.20. Corn
i active; sales of 180.000 bnshels, at 876fc8yc.
Beef steady. Pork heavy; sales of 80.00J
barrels, at $32.15? $32 5o. Cotton quiet;
sales of 600 bales, at 36rtt38e. Turpentine
dull, at 82@83c. Rosin heavv, at $firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gold 53*. Five-twentie* 103?. Soven-tbir
NEW ORLEANS, July 5.-Cotton in better
demand: aales of 1,000 balee; prices un?
changed. New York exchange, A premium, i
Stcrhug 67$. Gold 51^.
A large amount of pro vision s for the ?
Alabama pufferers has arrived and been
forwarded. ^ j
MOBILE, Julv 5_Sales of cotton, to-day, j
100 bales; middlings 31c.
Proceedings of Council.
COLCSCBIA, July 3, I860.
Present--His Honor the Mayor; Alder?
men Fisher, Geiger, Hunt, McDonald,
McKenzie, Nickersou, Radcliffe, Taylor,
Walter and Weam.
The minutes of the last meeting were
read and confirmed.
His Honor the Mayor stated that an in- j
vital ion had been extended to the Council
by thc Ladies' Memorial Association, to |
participate, this afternoon, in the solemni- i
ties of decorating the graves of the Confe- I
On motion, the Council took a recess 1
until 8 p. m., in compliance with the al>ove J
The Council re-assembled in the Council |
Chamber, at 8 o'clock.
A petition was received from C. Bonk
night, Secretary of the Charlotte and South j
Carolina Railroad Company, asking a re?
duction on the assessment of water as fixed
by the former Council.
"The following resolution was offered and
Resolved, That the yearly assessment of !
water rent to the different railroad comps- '
nies be fix? d :>t three hundred and fifty
($350) dollars per annum.
A petition was rocerved from varions '
builders and contractors, praying that a
reduction be made in the price charged j
for the use of tho water of the city eon- .
sumed for building purposes.
The following preamble and resolutions I
were offered, in connection with the above ?
petition, and, on motion, unanimously .
Whereas, the city assessment ot water
rates as at present made are onerous and
burthensome, in a great degree, to the iu- !
terest of those citizens who are using their I
capital in improving and building up our
now desolate looking streets with stores
and dwelbng housos, and instead of the
municipal authorities placing this obstacle
in the way, they should, as far as the inte?
rests of the city will allow, encourage tboee
who are striving to adorn and build up our
citv, by making thc water tax in this parti?
cular as lenient as possible. Be it, there?
Resolved, That the present assessment
of water in relation to builders, be and tho
same is hereby altered and amended.
Resolved, That the sum of ten cents per
thousand bricks laid be assessed as a
water tax, for tho use of the city water con?
sumed for the purpose ut building any
bousc or store or brick or stone withi.j tho
limits of the said city.
Resolved. That th? City Clerk bc directed
to notify the builder or contractor of any
brick or stone building using the city water
forthe said purpose, that lite sum of ten
cents per thousand bricks laid must be
paid into the city treasury o" every house |
or store then and there building. " ;
A communication was received from Dre. !
Goodwyn and Sylvester, city physicians, i
-econiu:ending toe appointment of a drug- !
gist for the freedmen's hospital; also, that !
ii nurse at the small pox hospital bo re?
munerated for ber services whilst acting in !
that capacity; which were, on motion, rc- i
furred to the Committee on Alms House.
A com .ijiiicatiou wai received from Al
dorman Stork, to the Council, tendering ?
his resignation as Alderman.
On motion, his resignation was accepted,
aud tho Clerk instructed to advertise an
election, to be held en Monday, the loth
instant, to fill the vacancy.
Applications wer? received from .T. C. I
Seegers and Patrick Fahey for perraisaio'i
to substituto reta.il licenses ni placo < f
quart licenses, now held by them; and from
O. Z. Bates, Richard O'Brien and Jame? C.
McKenna to retail spirituous liquors: which
wore, on motion, referred to tile Commit?
tee on Licenses.
The account of Hopson & Sutpbeu against
the Water Works and Street Department;
Bauhmau & Waties against the city, and H.
W. Powell, for salarv as teacher in City
Male School, wer? referred to the Commit?
tee on Accounts.
Tho City Clerk presented his report for
the month of Juno, which waa referred to
the Committee of Way* and Means.
The Committee, on Accounts reported,
recommending that the following accounts
be paid: A G. D. Hope against the Alms
House, $28.07; Street Department, $8.30:
Water Works. $4.80: Sidney Park, ?7.7?">,
Ou.ird House, $l.H(); Dr. J. J. Goodwyn,
City Physician, for hir.< of nurse, cook ami
laundress for Freedui&a's Hospital. $5?l 0??;
J.D. Bateman, for corn and hay, $1H. 56,
and Southern Express Company, for ex?
penses on a package- from Augusta, $18.00.
i'he report WHS received and adopted.
The Committee on Licenses submitted a
report recommending that licence to retail
spirituous liquors bo granted the following
persons : James Shiver, tavern license;
Dahlmann A Meyer, quart license. The
report was received ana adopted.
The Committee on Sidney Park present?
ed a report, recommending that toe peti?
tion of the Superintendent of Water Works,
praying that certain necessary repairs bo
made on, the bou-^e oecu >ied by bim, be
granted, and that the house be repaired at
the expense of tho city, at ft cost not ex?
ceeding $80. The report WM received ?od
An Ordinance entitled "An Ordinance for
Regulating the Market," which had re?
ceived two readings at former meetings of
Council, received its third reading, waa
amended, adopted, duly ratified, and be?
came a law, aa follows:
An Ordinance for Regulating the Market.
Ssc 1. Re it ordained by the Mayor and
Aldermen af the city of OoUurnhia, tn Coun?
cil assembled, That so soon as the New
Market House, in Assembly street, shall be
completed, it shall be the duty of the Com?
mittee on the Market to set off and assign
the several part? of the said Market House
for the ?ale and exhibition of different ar?
ticle? respectively; and the stalls io tho
said Market House shall be leased by thc
Clerk of the Market upon euch terms and
in such maimer as the said Committee on
the Market shall direct.
Ssc, 2. That immediately after the pass?
age of this Ordinance, a Clerk of the Mar?
ket shall be elected, who shall bold his of?
fice until the next regular election for
Mayor and Alderman of this citv, aft* r
which time the said Clerk of the 'Market
o ball be elected at the same time md place
and in thc same marmor as tito other city
-curs. That the said Clerk of the Mar?
get shall be required to give bord to tba |
city of Columbia in the penal sum of two ?
thousand dollars. ($2.000,) with two or \
n???re good sureties, to be approved by tba '
City Clerk, conditioned for thc faithful per- I
forinaace of his duties ae Clerk dT tho Mar- i
kot. His duties shall be anch as are herein I
provided, and as may bm'aafter be requited I
and prescribed by tho City Council, and '
such as have heretofore beau rw*rr-)rmed by |
the Chhtf of Police as Clerk of the Market. !
Hil salary shall be six bundi o ? dollars '
($600) per annum, payable quarterly. ?
BEC. 3. That ah persons bringing market
produce, viz: beef, mutton, pork, voal. I
fish, poultry, eggs, butter or vegetables^
shall be compelled to bring Buch articles to
the Market House, and remain there dur- I
une market hours, when, after paying the
required tax, they shall bo furnished with
a certificate of license from the Market
OleiL; and any person or persons fading
to procure such certificate shall be babb j
toa tine of five dollars (151 for each mid
every offence, lc case any parson or per
?><->!> j shall bring or offer lor sale anv bee 1
or other fresh meat in ur about the Market
House during said market hours, such per?
son or persons (other than persons paying
stallage) shall pay for nach l>eef seventy- j
five (75) cents, and for each veal, sheep,
hog or goat, twenty-five (25) cents; and on
refusal to pay tho samo, shall bo fined two
dollars ($2) for each and every ?.ffoiiee;
and any p:rsoi who shad s-ll any b ;ef or j
other fresh meat elsewhere in the city than
at the Market, during market hours, shall
be subject to a penalty not ex.-e. ding riv? |
dollars ($5) for each and . very offence.
SEC. 4. That tho Market House shall bc
kept open for the sal?? of all marketable
articles, every dav, except Sunday, during
market hours, which, hereafter." shall be
every morning, from 4 o'clock a. m.. until
10 o'clock a. m., from the 20ih day of
March to the 20tn day of September;* and
from 6 o'clock a. m. until 10 o'clock a. m.,
from the 20th day of September to the. 20tli
day of March, as to all meats; and for
vegetables, fish, eggs, chickens, fruit. Ac,
until sunset, except Saturday night, when
the Market shall he kept open until 9
o'clock, p m.
SEC., 5. That no person or persona shall
be permitted to monopolize tho stalls or
stands: Provided, That this shall not be
construed to prohibit any person occupying
a stall or stand from renting a vacant ?.tall
or atand, when there shall be uu other ap
pUc.&ut for the same.
SEC. 6. That persons occupying stabs or
stands, after using the same, ?ball be re?
quired to have thc same thoroughly scoured
and cleansed daily, and, on failure to do so, ,
such person or persona shall pay a fii a of
five ($5) dollars, and be prohibited l-oin
using or occupying such stall or stand, until
said fine be paid. i
SEC. 7. That all articles sold in or near
thc Market House by weight shall ba
weighed with scales: and any person de?
tected selling, in the Market House, any :
article or articles woighed with steelyards
or with scales unjustly balanced, or of
nsing false weights, shall be fined not b sa
than ten ($10) and not exceeding twentv
($20) dollars; and any purchaser who shall
consider himself aggrieved with regard to
weight, may make complaint thereof to the
Clerk of the Market, who, thereupon, shall
cause the article whose weight is disputed
to ba re-weighed, and his decision thereon
shall bc final.
SEC. 8. That no diseased or unsound meat
shall be offered for sale, under a penalty of
twenty ($20) dollars for each and every
offence; and it shall be tba especial duty of
the Clerk of tho Market to see that no euch
diseased or unsound meat is offered for sale ?
in the Marget or elsewhere in the city, and '
to inform against all offenders.
SEC. 'J. That the supervision of tho Mar- j
ket House shall hereafter devolve upon tho ,
Clerk of the Market, whose duty it shall be
to have said Market House lighted up every
Saturday night until 9 o'clock p. m. He I
shall, also, enforce good order in and about
tba Market House; ho shall inspect tho
weights, scales and measures used therein,
and test their correctness: h<* shall have I
the Market House cleanly swopt, every da> ; !
and shall enforce all tho regulations em- :
braced in this Ordinance; and, in ease of j
bia necessary absence, the Mayor shall ap- j
point some suitable person to perform his 1
duties during such absence, at the expense .
of the said Clerk,
SEC. 10. That no policeman of tho city .
?ball, in future, be permitted to act a's
clerk er book-keeper tor any person or per- '
sons Meiling any commodity in or near thc
Market House, nor bo interested, directly .
or indireetlv. in such sales.
SEC. ll. That all tums of money for 1
stallage or thies, provided for by this Or- (
d'" ance, ohall bo coll ce ted by the said I
.jerk of the market, ?.nd bo accounted for '
and paid over by him U> tt?c City Clerk, to- 1
gather with the uames ?d' the perse i
from whom the same was received, and on I
what account, at least once in every wet k. t
And all penalties hereby provided shall be ?
imposed by the Mayor, after hearing tho j
evidence, and m his absence, by ono of the :
Six. 12. That this Ordinance shall tuLe
effect immediately from and a toi ?M ratifb 1
Don* and ratified by the Mayor and Alder- '?
men of the citv of Columbia, bi Council 1
assembled, under the corporate seal of j
said city, at Columbia, this third day of j
June, i? tho year of ?ur bord one thoa? !
sand eight hundred and sixty-six.
The following resolution was offered ?ltd 1
Resolved. That thc Clerk of the Market <
?hal' not bc interested, directly or indi?
rectly, in any business transaction in the
The Council proceeded to the election of
a Clerk of the Market, s. L. DeV< i ix,
having received a majority of tho votes,
was declared duly elected Clerk of tl?
On motion, Council adjourned.
J. S. McMAHON, City Clerk.
ALADY wishes a SITUATION a-;
TEACHER in a private family >-r
rc.iool. Sha ia competent t-> instruct ?n
English and Music on tba Piano. Satisfac?
tory references can be given. Apvlynt tine
office. July 0 2'
By hi? Ex^eUency JAMES L. ORR, Go?
vernor and Com ma ndtr-in-Chief in and
over the State of Sufdh Carolina.
WHEREA8 Major-Genentl Sickles, com
m au ding Department of the Caroli?
nas, on tho 26th inst., by Special Orders
No#il9. has directed that white persons in
military custody, charged with felonies or
misdemeanors on the persona and property
of Colored persons, suould bo turned over
to the civil nuthontios for trial, and that
like cases arising hereafter will be disposed
of iu the sume manner:
And whereas thin order-so gratifying to
the feelings and sentiments of tho peopl?1
oT thin S?ate-is based upon the legal opi
.lion ot Chief J ?HI ice Dunkin, given upon
tho urgent request of this Department,
and communicated to Gen. Sickles: lat.
That persona of color, nuder the 20th and
30th sections of the '"Act to Organize Dis?
trict Court?, .-re competent witnesses in
the Conrt ol' Sessions'in all easci of felony
. comuiitted by whites on thc person or pro?
perty of a person of color, 2<1. That they
! are comp?tent to make affidavits and sue
i out warrant? against whites in felon tea. anti
misdemeanor!*, ?nd also to testify before
; Grand Juries in such eases, as well a? on
j the trial before rh? Petit Jury. And 3d.
I That until Un District Jud;;os aie com
? missioned, thc Court Of Gr-nerd Ses-:- ns
I ret ons jurisdiction of ease- of ini.-sde
I meairor coran itted by whites on the per?
son or properl . cf colored person*. Chief
: Justice Dunkin save: "The t.Vurt of Geno?
va! Sessions had always cognizance of
i "Hences committed !>y white persons
! against the person or property of ? person
j of color. In the case ol 'State vs. Hill,"
2d ?-peer, l?O, which was te. indictment
against a white person tor assault and bat?
tery on a free person of color, it was not
univ so ruled, l ut recognized as well-set?
tled law for more than half a century. Th .
District Courts of December I860, ni t
hiving been put in operation, I suppose the
gBueral jurisdiction of thu Co UM of Ses?
sions rcinain; and I understand thfci such
has been the ruting of thu Circuit Jungea
1 in reference to cases of bastardy ami va?
grancy whieh have, conn h< ?ore them. The
,?)tli secvio'i. Act ls'J.">, provides, 'That iu
I every case, civ,J and criminal, in which a
person of color is n party, or which affects
; the person or property ol a person of
color, pereoi s of coi ?r shall he coranetont
witnesses. It is n remedial sm.tute and
i must be construed in reference lo ita ob?
ject. My opinion is, that perenna of color
, are competent to testify before Gt au-'
Juries tim! Magistrates tn criminal cases
? t -Ilching the person orproperty of persons
And whereas the security of the liberty
j of the citizen arising from his light to be
! tried by n jury of his peers, eau only h?j
retained, in the present anomalous condi?
tion of the country, by the civil orncers of
the State executing the principles contain
< d in the opinion of the jn-tly ?list inguish
ed Chief Justice, in good faith and with an
earnest desire to give security and protec?
tion tc i the persons an.; property of tho
colored popula tn .ti
And to tue end that this high privilege
may be retained bv the good people of this
state, I, JAMES II. ORI!. Governor of the
?aid State, do proclaim and declare, that it
is the duty of every civil Magistrate' t-">give
careful consideration :.. every complaint
made to him by n person of color against
a white, man for any felony or misdemeanor
alleged to have been committed against
tho person or property of a person of
color; and if he. upon such consideration,
concludes that th? r?< ai?, reasonable
grounds f<?r such complaint. said Magis?
trate shall take tho affidavit of snell person
of color, and issue his warrant amaina! tho
offender, requiring his arrest and recog?
nizance to appear at the next tenn of the
Court of General Sessions? just ?ts he
would do if thc party making tho com?
plaint were a white man; and he will also
recognize all witnesses by whom the com?
plainant may desire to prove the charge,
as is now provided by law, for securing the
attendance of State witnesses. All Sheriffs
and Constables will promptly, faithfully
ami fear li ssly execute al! such warrants aa
may be placed in their hands.
And I eal! upon all good citizens to aid
in the fair ami faithful execution of thc
laws of this State, as expounded by tho
Chief Justice; ind very soon the earnest
wish expressed hy the commanding Gene?
ral in Orders No! IO, (published herewith
for the information of thu people.) "that
it will not be long befoie it may bo truly
said that no i dence against tho peace, and
no injury to the person or property, of
eren the humblest inhabitant, may bo com?
mitted with impunity in the State of South
Carolina.'' will oe happily realized.
Given under my hand and the great ?eal
of the state, at the city of Columbia,
the 30th day of .lune. ISO's and in
[L. s.] th? ninetieth year of the indepen?
dence of thu United Statis of Ame?
rica. JAMES !.. ORR. Governor.
WM. j;. Hrs, i. Secretary of State.
DEPARTMENT OF THE CAROT IN AS,
Con ..ti IA, S. C.. June '20. lsoo.
SPEC TAL ORDERS A". v.>.
I. Al! white persons in military custody
in the State ol South Carolina, charged
with felonits or misdemeanors, will be
turned over t<? tl io civil am hortins of the
United States, or of thc State, for trial,
according t<< the naturi.' ami character of
tho nil' uci' charged, and of the jurisdic?
tion ot tlie Court haviug legal cognizance
of ? he i.flcnce.
II. When- white p? raou." and person*? of
color are cha "ged as principals, a^coaso
nea or aecouipheoa, in any offence, the
accused will ho retained io cost >dy, and
th?- case, with the evidence, reponed to
these heiidquarn rs tor itmtrti tiona.
III. l'ost Commandera lu-tktin: arr-.-stsof
ci viii tins for nffmces ot her than those tria?
ble by Prov^it Courts, will examine the
com* laiiiant und bia witncs??.?s und? oath,
together with <:ny witnesses profftn 5 hy
th? accused: auch w^-viony, vim the sta'e
in- :.t of tin Acer . d if he icsirea to bc
heard, shall I > nd aced to writing and for
w inled to th? ' :.id : r.rors of the Military
t iiumaudaut ol the State, with a report of
the? action t ii.?- Posi Commandai and bis
remarks upon th? ease.
IV. rue refusal or neglect of any civil
officer to perform ?ttii i i! act, properly
reqr:i ( A of hun by au aggrieved party sack?
ing redress in the civil tribunals, when by
a failure of justice eusnea ni iii? prosecu?
tion of the c?ass of offenders remitted to
the civil jurisdiction by this order, ?ill be
promptly reported by .my ...ticer cognizant
of the sam?'.
V. In ;> iblishing tho subj lined corres?
pondence for the information and , 'mlance
of all concerned, the Major-Genera! com?
inan.hug desires to impress tin troops
w.th tho sentiments of respect and defer
euee foi the civil authority that influence
toa own action io ro-opirra?ioa witf the
Exvcu.iv?. of tue st*.e. ac tuat tranquility
may be secured by the means and agencies
most congenial to the people. To this end.
he solicits the aid of all good citizens in
repressing condnct tending to dis tn rb pub?
lic order: and ho trusts that it will not be
long before it may be truly said that no
offence against the peace, and no injury to
the person or property of oven the hum?
blest inhabitant, may be committed with
impunity in the State of South Ca rob na.
By command of
Major-Oeneral D. E. SICKLES.
O. H. HABT, Brevet Brig. Geo. and A.
A. G. July 6 1
mf Ali the papers in the State will pub?
lish tb? foregoing proclamation and Spe?
cial Orders one tune, and send bill to Exe?
OITY CLEltK'S OFFICE.
COLUMBIA, July 5,1866.
IN pursuance of a resolution of the City
Council, an election for ALDERMAN
for Ward No. 2 will be held on MONDAY,
the 16th inst., to fill a vacancy canoed by
the resignation of Alderman Stork.
Tho following gentlemen are appointed
Mr.lagers of said election:
WA an No. 1 -Presley Brown, Clark War?
ing arid John McCaramnn.
WARP No 2-H. L. Brvao, L. T. Levin, j
' and Dr. W. L. Reynolds. j
WAKD KO. .1 - W. M. Beckham, A. L. Solo- ?
? mon and M. H. Bfcrrv.
WAKD NU. 4 -E. Stenhouse, W. D. Peck ;
, and T. J. Gibson.
Tho polls will be opened from 10 a. ra. to j
, 4 p. m. at the following named place?:
i Ward No. 1-Wolfe & Hook's store: Ward !
! No. 2- A. K. Phillips' store; Ward Nc. 3- i
: City Cb-.k's office; Ward No. 4 -J. Os B.
; Smith's Hto-2.
I Ju, j . _?L_S. MCMAHON, CityClerk. 1
Wonderful Parlor Amusement ! '
; PH0?G39-APHS BY MAGIC '. !
ANY ono may mako a beautiful picture
with only a few drops of water, and
i waite your own albums of pretty pictures I
at. little cost. Fo; ->alc hv j
FISHER A HEINITSH i
.Jun- JO Pharmacists.
Tamariads for the Sick!
FOR making TAMARIND LEMONADE; i
?a delightful refrigerant in favors. For i
salo by FISHER A HEINITSH, 1
Jun? 2<i Pharmacists.
""FRUIT PRS?EEV??77"" '
To the House-wife.
A VALUABLE invention Lor the benefit j
?~\ of all. Fruit preserved, of nd bindi, ;
wuuout sugar, and without expeusiv? seal?
ing or air-tigut j^rs. t..u? bottln will p: - \
serve 12s pounds of fruit. Cheap, health- !
ful and effectual. For sale by
FISHER A HEINITSH,
?Tum, 20 Pharmacists.
Arrival of Pontoons.
: A NO rHER large supply of PONTOON8; ;
J\. SUGAR PLUMS, for worms. The !
great medicine for worms. Over 2,?00 Lave
. been sold in less than two months, and I
milUens of worms destroved. ll" vonr '
children have worm?, go to "Fisher A Hein- .
itsh's and get a box. .
FISHER A HEINITSH,
Jnne IS Pharmaceutists.
BLACKBERRY BRANDY 1
I?^OH Bowel Complaints, Summer Com- '
plaints. Weak Stomach, i*-- F>r sale
by FISHER A HEINITSH. Druggists.
T^IVE HUNDRED gallon? primo White
JT KEROSENE Oil., for rule bv barrel or
, gallon a; FISHER A HEINITSH'S,
May 31 Druggists.
The Fair Face of a Beautiful Woman
I'S the admiration of every one " .?.?
possessing this rich gift and .itt: jbm,.
of health and attraction would exchange it
: for thf wealth of the Indies. Yet how ;
many suffer their skin to become rough ,
with spots and pimples, which mar the
beaut? and bloom of the face. The CIR- .
CASS?AN BLOOM removes ?ii spot* and
blemishes, tau, freckles, pimples, itlotches,
and impar-.-, a beautiful complexion, ?o ?
attractive in woman.
For sale br druggists evervwhere.
FISHER A HEINITSH, Agent?.
JOHN M. MARIS X CO., Philad a.
j DRUGS AND MEDICINES !
" BLUE MASS, in pounds.
CALOMEL, DOVER'S POWLERS.
CR> ?TON OIL, MORPHIA
< . ii in Opium, QuiniD -. ;
Opodeldoc, Extract Logwood.
Syrup Squills, Borax.
Castor Oil. quarts and pints.
Essence Peppermint and Cinnamon.
Dead Shot Vermifuge.
Dollowav's Worm Confective.
Winslow s S?K>tbing Svrup.
Wright's Pills, Brandreth's Pill?.
Aver s Pills. Harlem Oil.
German Horse Powder.
Barber's Horse Powder. j
Tarrant's Aperient, Tarrant's Cub* .?. |
Phdotoken, Batchelor'? Hair Dye.
Marchioi Cathuhcon, Pain Killer.
Sandford s Liver Invigorator.
Ayer'? Cherry Pectoral.
McMann's Elixir Opium.
Flour Sulphur, Roll Brimstone.
Cream Tartar, English Mustard.
Lemon, Ginger and Strawberry Syrup. j
Extract Lemon, Extract Vanilla.
FISHER .v H KIN I rs H. Druggists,
Mnv 23 Ai Cue old stand. Main street.
VFRESH SUPPLY of the above at
Jan - 29 MIOTN DRUG STORE.
FOB SUMMER USE.
T VENICE sub < HOIX B A T II I N G
Tarnish BATHING TOWELS UK?.
<.. IO GLOVES.
ticrmnti. Net li. Turkish a.id Be.Ils CO?
Freue*" and English Soap?, Extracts,
Toilet Powu^rs, -c.
All t Ur above, of the best quality and
.-eeent importation, received at
June -'!? Ml ?T'S DRUG STORE.
ON t? case TRIPLE SUPERIOR FRENCH
ROSE WA i Kit. r<.ived and for v?,le
". MIOTS DRUG STOUP.
TUST received bv express, the follow:,
choice varieties of LA ND BETH'S G .
Landreth's improved Purple Top Buta
Pomerean Glob?. .
White Swedish Ruta 1 aga
barge Noi f. >!k
Earlv White Flat Dutch At
DE. C. H. MIOT'S Drug Store.
HOSIERY 4 SOTIOS ?OOHS!
WE aro rneeiving this da>, ola tb?
Emily B. Bonder, from New fork, ?
largo ?took of GOOPS, purchased tor ce*h.
to "hieb we invite tue special atteutiou ol
the ladies and merchants, as we will awi:
CHEAP, both at wholesale and retail:
SOO pieces Plain and Plaid Nainsook.
Bishop and Linen Lawns, soft finial ?.
C rubric, Jaconets,
i'lrin and Striped S ?isa.
Pl tid aud Tape Checks, Mull Madlin,
rt:riped and Dotted Boblnot.
Tai letona, Silk Bobinet for Veils.
Wb.te, Colored and o lack Kid (Hores.
Whit?, Colored and Black Tafota aad
Berlin, for Ladies and Miase*.
Large stock of Hosiery, for Ladles',
Gent's. Miase? and Boy?, from roroiaoc ?"
best-regular makes, all sizes.
Brown and Bleached Damask*, Crash.
50 doz. Towels-cheap.
Berage and Grcnadm?, for Veils-all
Tufants' Robes. PiaDo and Table Corer?
Lace Curtains, Pillow-case Linen.
8 4 to 11-4 ''otton Sheeting.
Linen Shirt Fronte
Jolv 6_TOLLESON A JANNE?.
mw GOODS !
COT PONADES, DENIMS.
LINENS, for Gent's and Boys' wear.
LINEN LUSTERS, GINGHAMS.
White Swiss. Plaid and H?rip*:d Swiae
Plaid ?nd Striped Nainsook.
Jaconete, Long Lawn.
Liucu tandkerchinO. Lisle Glove;
All a? REDUCED PRICES.
TOLLESON & JANK??
And for Sale Cheap 1
r?f\ BOXES TOBACCO-choice gradea.
OU io " -i w ?
|'?,00C SEGALS- -genuine Ri?'? Hcnd".
5.000 " -low grade?.
2i> bales CO I I ON YARNS-? to 12.
10 basket? Heidsick Champagne.
?ti doz. Madena, 1'ort, Suerrv aud Claret
10 doz. Lemon Svrup.
Several cases of Old COGNAC BRANDY,
lu bbls. Bourbon Whiakev
20 ,! Corn
75 bbls. Flour,
seo bushels Corn.
50 kits Mackerel.
50 oie-;, (.'ode.: bugara.
2-3 " common Brown Sugar?.
25 bags Coffee.
SOO boxe? Sardines. 100 boxe? Herrin*.
J ANN KY ? TOLLESON.
Wholesale & Retail
Od PIECES POPLINS DE PARIS.
ZO 20 " FRENCH GRENADINES.
20 pit es Embroid'd and Plain Betas"'.
50 " Ch allies-very pr?txy --iT?$ IA.
25 " French Fruits.
200 " Fancy
200' Lawns and Jae? m or?.
Just received, i. tine assortment ol .S^c
SIDE HATS. WREATHS aud FEATHERS
bombazines, 0-4 Black DeLaine
s-4 Black an.i White Beragt. for sba., it
Jaconet, Swiss and Nainsook Maslin*
Plaid and Soft Finished Cambric*,
White and Colored Brilliant?.
Trail Hoop Skirts.
Embroid'd and Linen l.'urtf AL.. 1 Coila: -
Corsets, French Fans.
200 pieces Bleached Shirtings.
2.") " 8-10 and ll Qr. She?tmo?
l?ales 8-4, 7-8 and 4-4 Shirtings.
Hosiery- -all prices and qualitR*.
Clothx, Caasimeres, Drap d'Et?.
TOLL ESOX & JANNEY
Fine Tvra-Out to be Raffled'.
^ HORSE, a tine and
tf fast mover, with
light trotting Buggv and Harness, in ex?
cellent condition, will be RAFFLED about
the 6th inst., at J. L. LUMSDEN'S store,
at $10 per cha neu. Jtxly 3 4
A VERY fine selection, just received di
Xj rcct from the importers, at McKEN
: ;E? Confectionery Plain street, betoTv
tt:. lb iver Honse. Ju'v S 3
IM, UM), LAM), LARI).
PURE WESTERN LEAF LARD, bv th?,
tierce otilv, at LOWER FIGURES
THAN IT CAN BE DELIVERED FOR IN
THIS CITY. For sale bv
J one 30 12 McOUINNTS.
CLARET AM) RitlXE W1XE.
1CASK ST JULIEN.
1 " BU DELSHEIM LR.
lune 29 JOHN C. SEEGERS A Co.
FRESH t?;.pplv of Stagers.' celebrated
Baltimore L.\GEB BEEK.
ie 2'.? JOHN C. NEEGERS .V CO.
CASKS Jounger? A Co.'s EDIN
BURGH. J. C. SEE GERS A CO.
-f ~ BOXES bert FAMILY SOAP-low foi
10 c?sh. _ J. < . ??EEG VR* CO.
Hams and Side Bacon.
O'. ?Ait-CURED h 'MS and SIDES.
CT JIMK 29 J. C. SEEGERS .V CO
Jefferson Davis' Prison * i*:,
Bi LR. CRAVEN,
.umidalc. a novel, by Wilkie . ?
., r'.r and Basiile. by the au h -i
Sans M?.rei, or Kestrel aud Faicons, -,
novel, bv tho author of "Gu; Livjngwtoi *
Ouenm On Mil- h Cow.-., how lo tell the
epiantitv of ?Ilk a cow will give on sight
Mrs. browning's last Poem*.
Dr. Guthrie i<u the Parables.
For ?ale at McCARTER'? Bookstore,
J UlV 1 Oposite Columbia Law Range