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Proceedings of Council.
COLUMBIA, November 4, 18G8.
Prosent-His Honor the Mayor;)
Aldermen Alexander, McDonald,
McKenzie, Bawls, Remseu, Simons,
Taylor, Wilder and Wing.
The minutes of the last regular
meeting w-re read and con Br med.
A petition, signed by a number of
merchants of the city, was presented,
praying that Council would take mea?
sures to prohibit a class of individu?
als, known as local drummers, from
entering their places of business for
the purpose of inducing their cus?
tomers to muko their purchases from
the persons by whom they nre em?
ployed. Tho petitioners claim that
?non a proceeding is illegitimate, and
contrary to the rules of trade.
On motion, a Special Committee
of Three, consisting of Aldermen
McKenzie, McDonald and Wilder,
were appointed to examino into the
merits of the foregoing petition,
with instructions to report at the
next meeting of Council.
An application from J. Sc T. R
Agnew, for quart license to retail
spirituous liquors, was presented,
and referred to the Committee on
The following accounts wera pre?
sented and referred to the^Commit
tee on Aaconnts:
Alms House-O. H. Baldwin &Co.,
B. H. Rioe & Go., P. Cantwell, W.
G. Bower and Dr. W. P. Geiger.
Guard House-Duffie & Chapman
and 0. H. Baldwin & Co. Water
Works-John Alexander and Clark
Waring. Street Department-John
Alexander. Market Department
Clark Waring. Freedman's Hospi?
tal-C. H. Baldwin & Co. '
Tho City Clerk, Clerk of tho Mar?
ket and Chief of Police presented
their respective reports for the month
of Ootober, which wcro ref erro i to
the appropriate committees.
The Committee on Accounts pre?
sented a report recommending that
the following accounts be paid:
Street Department-James Dong
las, $51.74; S. I. Loriok, $72 51; Hop
son & Sntphen. $8.25; F. W. Wing,
$5 65; Levi Gunter, $32.30. Alms]
House-.T. A. Hendrix & Bro., $13.00.
Water Works-Hopson & Sutphen,
$5.25. Report received and adopted.
The Committee on Streets pre?
sented the following roport:
The Committee on Streets, to whom
was referred the petition of George
Lever and others, beg leave to report |
favorably on the same, and recom?
mend that the Superintendent of the
South Carolina Railroad Company
be notified to have the crossing on
Green street bridged, so that wagons
can cross tho same. Respectfully
Report received and adopted.
The Committee on Alms Houso
presented an unfavorable report upon
the petition of Dr. Sylvester, City
Physician, for compensation for me?
dical attendanoe on paupers from
other parts of tbe State. Report re?
ceived and adopted.
The Committee on Licenses sub?
mitted a report, recommending that
the application of L Griesbaber for
tavern license to retail spirituous li?
quors, be granted. Report received
On rn-dion, Council adjourned.
J. S. MoMAHON, City Clerk.
A fire broke out in the Ocean
House, at Newport, on Saturduy
evening, at 9 "'"Jock. AU cff.;rU
save the building were unavailing.
The loss is very large, very little being
j.ij. i t. .'Jv:
Strange Story ot Captivity-A Curo
lina. Girl Among Uar Indian? for
Tho Colorado Iribune lins the fol?
lowing strango story:
We saw nt tho Planters' House,
yesterday, n woman named Lizzio
Blackburn, a nativo of Mount Jack?
son, Sonth Carolina, who claims to
have boen a prisoner among differont
tribes of Indians twenty-four years.
Sho is now twenty-eight years old
and is a cripple from tho loss of both
of ber limbs, which have been ampu?
tated twice, the first time at the ankle
joints, and again about tbrco inches
below the knee. Her story of her
captare and imprisonment is about
as follows, commencing with how
she carno to be in the Indian coun?
try: When she was five years old, her
father, Thomas Blackburn, emigrated
from South Carolina, and joined tho
Mormons at Nanvoo, Illinois. He
'accompanied them to Florence, Ne?
braska, and finally emigrated to
Utah, with tho earliest emigrants,
and preached among them. In 1863
or 1864, the father having become
somewhat dissipated, and having for
somo time been accustomed to living
among tho Mormon Indians, Lizzio
and her mother and two younger sis?
ters, aged respectively ten and four?
teen years, concluded to run away
from him and tho Mormons, and if
possible, reach California. They took
with them only what they could pack
about their persons, and with a rifle
and some ammunition, started West?
ward from Salt Lake, wandered for
nine months, when they were cap?
tured by tho Digger Indians. Lizzie
was sold l>3 tho Diggers to tho Foxes.
Tho mother aud two remaining sis?
ters, when they learned of Lizzie's
salo, ran away from the Diggers and
wcro pursued. When found, they
hud starved and frozen to death, und
were bin ned on Horse Creek. The
Foxes sold Lizzio to the Suakea.
Then she learned of tho death of her
mother and sisters and saw thom
buried. She ran away from the
Snakes, but was captured. She was
badly frozen in the nttempt, and was
afterwards again frozen. Sho says
that two half-breeds, named Towan
tinus and Puchanatagh, took her to
Washington, D. C., where her limbs
wore amputated, and that she was af?
terwards returned to the Snakes by
his direction, he being among them
as a kind of chief nt tho time. She
says that her father has spent most of
bis time among tho Indians for tho
last seven or oight years, and is une
of them now. He is with tho Ara?
pahoes or Cheyennes. Tho Snakes
traded her to tho Arapahoes, from
whom she escaped about a year ago,
by the assistance of Fred. Jones, a
Government scout, and was brought
into Ellsworth. At thc time of her
escape, tho Arapahoes wero camped
at the Big B.nd of the Arkansas. A
portion of the time since her escape,
she bas been engaged as a scout, but
for tho last fow mouths has boen
doing house work at a stage station
down on tho Smoky Hill road. Fred.
Jones, her rescuer, was discharged
from Government employ last spring,
just before tho outbreak down on tho
Solomon, in Kansas, and as ho threat?
ened to go with the Indians, it was
supposed that he was with them at
that time. She savs she counted 150
white men in one Indian camp which
she visited while acting in the capa?
city of scout, and that there are a
great many among all the tribes. The
Diggers treated her most cruelly, and
all treated her very roughly. Her
father, though, often protootod her
from severe treatmeut. She says that
she bas an uncle living somewhere on
the North Platte River, and she is
now on the way to him. Sho expect?
ed to leavo this morning.
The old Bank of North Caroliua
has been driven into bankruptcy by
creditors in Now York, who demand?
ed par valuo for notes held against
the bank and bought since tho close
of tho war. This has boon accom?
plished by a New York ring formed
for tho purpose, which by attachment
took np every dollar the bauk sent to
New York with a view to re-establish
its finances. The liabilities of tho
bank aro nbont $300,000, mainly
notes. Its assets will pay sixty cents
on the dollar. Property owned by
this bank, consisting of rosin fields
and cotton, was seizod by Govornor
Holden when ho was appointed Pro?
visional Governor, and sold to defray
expenses of provisional government ;
hence one of tho canses why tho bunk
hos boon thrown into bankruptcy.
Wm. Elliott Mon troy, horn in Santa
Clara, California, attained his majori?
ty in time to vote at tho Presidential
^iculiou on the ad. It is believed
fiat he is the only nativo Californian,
born of American parents, old enough
to vote at this election.
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Nervous and sick headache n'.so spring
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