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BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA. S. C.. THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 15. 1872 VOT. VTTT-Tin I9.rt
On niurriHire-Hanny relief for Young
lien from the erTeots of Errors and Abases in
early life. Manhood restored. Impediments
to Marriage removed. New method of treat?
ment. New and romarkablo remedies, Books
and circulars sent free, in Healed envelopes.
Address. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2
Sooth Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
DR. Tuns SAKHA TARILLA, ANO QUEEN'S DE?
LIGHT.-This valuabio preparation combines
all tho medicinal virtues which long exp?ri?
ence has proven to possess, the most safe and
efficient alterative and deobatrnent proper?
ties for the oure of Scrofula, King's Evil,
White Swellings, Ulcers, Canceren s and In?
dolent Tamera, Mercurial and Syphilitic
Affections, Enlargement and Ulceration ol
tho Bones, Glanda, or of tho Womb, Spleen
and Eiduoya; all the various diseases of the
Skin, such as Tetter, Iiing-worma. Boila,
Pimples, Hore Eyes, Ac; Nervous Affections
Dropsy, and all diseases originating from t
depraved stato of the Blood. Also, man)
affections peculiar tu Females, as Supprea
sion. Irregularity, Leorrbcov or waites
Sterility, Ovarian and Utcriue Dropsy, Ac. I
ie purely vegetable
While using Dr. Tutt'a Liver Tills, no re
?trahit of diet or occupation ia necessary
You may eat or drink as usual. They ar
Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye leaves no Ridiculon
Oats and Corn.
1f\f\f\ BUSHELS FEEDING 0AT8,
.UUU 700 bushel? White Corn, fo
sale low for cash._HOPE A GYLES.
Selling Out at and Below Cost
MY entire stock, consisting of DIAMOND!
WATCHES, Chains, Jowolry, * Bilve
Ware, Plated Ware, Clocks.
Aug 10_ISAAC BULZBAfmBjrt.
Removal of Furniture Store.
?wmjHK.^ WE, the undersigned, be
jRdSjS^HEwg leave to inform our numeren
.QBT^^^^^? friends and tho publio thi
we have removed our entl:
stock of FURNITURE to our new ware room
which we have erected on the Bite of Janncj
old hotel, and will bo pleased to have tho
in need of anything in our line to give us
call, SB we flatter ourselves that we can gi'
jost as good bargains as any houBO in tl
South, as we bny from none bat tho mo
reliablo manufacturers in New York, Phi'
delphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati and Louis vii
All orders promptly attended to. Partie
lar attention given to repairing, packing ai
jobbing. Funerals served in the very be
manner. FAGAN BROS.
August 10_ _ ?
ABOUT tho 15th of this month, I w?l ha
300 tona ot COAL in markot. and will d
pose of the samo at a price which will di
competition from anv quarter.
A?g 7 Gt_THOMAS J. HARPER
Wood! Wood! Wood!
ACHOICE lot o? OAK and HICKOl
WOOD, of all Bizes, for sale cheap
tho cord, and delivered in any part of t
city. I will furnish WOOD by contract
special rates for winter purposes. Ordi
left st tho PncBNix office, or at Mr. D. FrsTi
Dry Gouda Store, on Assembly street, will
promptly attended to. Tho above Wood ie
my yard, and can be seen for dolivery at a
time. P. EPSTIN.
North Bide of Gervais street, between ABB?
bly and Gatea street. June 8 Sm
Choice Family Flour.
pr rv BARRELS STRICTLY PRIME,
t)U Bale at reduced rates.
August 10_> HOPE A GYLF.f
Selling' Ont Below Cost.
/~i ENT'S WALKING CANES, at ali prk
\JT 'rom 50 centa upward?.
WE hereby give notice to all whom it rt
concern, that we have resigned
connection with tbe Universal Life Inaura
Company, of New York. The offioe and b
ness is turned over to Mr. J. W. Shackled
Southern manager for said Company.
M. W. GARY,
Aug 2_M C. ROTE Kl
Gow for Sale.
mamara A GOOD MILKER, with a
'njPHg heifer CALF. Apply at Pim
Fall Turnip heed.
Lang's Imnroved Ruta Baga,
(Johann's Improved Ruta Baga,
Large White Norfolk,
Large White Globo. HOPE A OYT.F
Selling Ont Below Cost.
LADIES* WRITING DESKS, Jewel C;
and Traveling Companions.
THE beet in r ia "kot, comprising all
good qualities i f FRUIT JABS, lora*
Juno 95_ L?RICK A LOWRANU
Superb Winter Cabbage.
LARGE Mammoth Head CABBAGE,
Drumhead Havory CABBAGE,
Large late Flat Dutch CABBAGE,
Largo late Winter Drumhead Green Ol
Large White Flat Dutch TURNIP,
Purple Top TURNIP,
Large Globe-several varieties,
For salo at low price, at
Aug 1 t_HEINITBH'S Drug *tn
ACARMINATIVE BALSAM for the?
Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Bowel Comp!
Pams, Cramps, Cholera, Cholera Mo
Bick Stomach, Sour Stomach, Sick ami 1
ona Headacho, Wind in tho Stomach, B
rica, FaintingB.Low Spirits,Melancholy.
Infants, one of the beat soothing modi
for Teething, Dolly-ache, Looseness of Bc
Fretfulness, Restlesaneaa, and all comp!
incident to children. For sale oulv at
Juno 15 j Family Medicine ?ti
Columbia Music Ste
Ly Br and & Son
TAKE pleasure in calling tho attent
tho public to an examination of
STOCK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
siatingof Pianos, Church and Parlor Oi
Molodeons, Violins, Guitar*, Banjoc, I
Accord?ons, Brass and Silver Rand I
incuts ot all kinds. Also, Sheet Musi
lnatructiou Rooks for every clase of il
Instruments on hand at all times.
Music sent bv mail, post paid, on rec
price; and all kinda of Musical Goods a
Expresa, when ordered, to any part
State, marked C. G. D. Good Seconi
Pianos and Organs for aale cheap, for
Pianos, Organs and MelodeoiiB tuned 1
paired in a satisfactory nimmer; und w
especial attention to Packing. Romovii
Shipping Pianos for other partita to ar
(leaned, at mod?rate pi ices.
All orders promptly at tended to am
faction guaranteed to those favoring i
their patronage. Send for our calal
Sheet Music and Muelcal Merchandise
lor atrcet, Citizema' Savings Bank Bi
Columbia, S. C.
A CHANGE FOB ALL !
W. D. LOVE & CO.'S !
"N anticipation o! removing in September
to onr largo and commodious NEW ST?HE,
in the Wheeler Building, corner of Alain and
riain streets, we will close out our present
ntock at unprecedented LOW PRICES.
Bargains in all classes of Goods.
W. I). LOVE A CO.
W. D. LOVE, )
B. B. MoCiiKEnT. J July H
THE co-partnorebip of EDWIN J. 8COTT,
SON & CO. having expired this day, all ?
debts dan by and to them will bo settled by
the now firm of EDWIN J. SCOTT & SON.
EDWIN J. SCOTT,
HENRY E. 8COTT,
G. H. BALDWIN,
J. P. SOUTHERN,
R. C. SHIVER.
COLUMBIA, August 1,1872.
THE undersigned havo entered into a co?
partnership, under tho firm nama .1
EDWIN J. SCOTT & SON, for tho transaction
of a General Banking. Brokerago and Collec?
tion Business, and eolicit tba continued and
extended patronage of their frionda, custom?
ers and tho public.
EDWIN J. SCOTT,
HENRY E. SCOTT.
IN ret ring faoui mu late firm of EDWIN J.
SCOTT, SON A CO., the undersigned take
great pleasure in recommending the new timi
to the coufidenco of their former patrons and
the public generally aa gentlemen in every
way qualified for the business, and well de?
serving tho confidence cf the community.
J. P. SOUTH ERN,
C. H. BALDWIN,
August 2 12_IL_C. SHJVEJL_ _
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
"T don't oontain COCOCUIUB Indiens Fisb
. Bsrries to make sleepy or headache.
M. H. BERRAS"
Main Street, near Plain.
NOW on hand and daily re?
ceiving from the manufac?
tories of New York, Boston,
Cinciunatiand Louisville the
_ largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE ever kept in this market, consisting
iu part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Room Suits; 200 Bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinds of MATTRESSES made to ordor. 1
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at I
shortest notice and in the beet manner.
TermB eaBh and Gooda oheap. Oct 80
The Doctors Recommend Seegers'Beer
IN preference to London Porterand Scotch
Ala. Why? They know it is unadulterated
Look Out for KTKTS!
*^?y OOOsow in ColDmbift* To be'
March 28_JOHN G. SEFGERSV
Bu ila lo Tongues,
NEW sugar-cured HAMS,
.Unokod Beef, for aale low. HOPE A GYLES.
American Club Fish.
r-^mO&l A DELICIOUS relish ; better!
and much cheaper than Sardines. For sale
hv _HOPE A GYLES.
YES, IRISH CHAMPAGNE! Why not? |
Was not tue great Apostle of Temper?
ance, Father Mathew, an Irishman? Still, I
were ho alive to-day, he would quaff a cop ot
thia beverage, and, smacking his lips, bless
the man who invented "trish Champagne,"
This can be drank with perfect safety by the
Knights of Pythias. Good Templars, or Bad
Templars, Sons of Malta, Bona of Temper?
ance, or anybody che's sons or daughters,
masons, brick-layers, chimney-sweeps-in
fact, anybody, particularly those who woar
Grant hate ana Greeley hats, or their own
hats, aro invited fraternally to imbibe (Ht
your own oxpenae, mind! ) thia superlatively
Thia notico would have been further ex?
tended, but a man borrowed our . ictionary,
and several big words we intended to use are
necessarily omitted; but when that man re?
turns that Dictionary, the public may expect
to hear from us ?gain
May 18 GEORGE P Y MME RS.
Motz's Celebrated North Carolina
IHAVE a lot of the above WHISKEY on
hand, and having made arrangements tn
take all Whiskey manufactuied by Moly., will
constantly keep it on hand. Can oulv be iiad
at W. J. RLACK'S,
JMaroh 31 fimo Charlot te. N. C.
i)OA RBI S. NEW FLOUR,of all grades,
?ml\J\J for sahl at greatly reduced prices,
by JOHN AGNEW .V SON.
Pure Angelica Wine.
ON draught, CALIFORNIA ANGELICA, n
delicious mid jinn? Win? for invalids
and summer use, jili-t IITC?VI d and for salo
low by_JOHN A O N K W A SON
Fresh Country Butter.
i>rVf\ LBS. choice COUNTRY BUTTER,
?UU for salo by_HOPE A OYLES.
Selling Out Below Cost.
rTlABLE and POCKET CUTLERY.
X ISAAC S-UI ZS ACH EU.
Selling Out Below Cost.
INK JET SET-only 50 cents-at
ISAAC SULZ BACH ER'S.
The N*. C. Election,
THAT excited so much interest, having!
boen decided, tho attention of thc public
ia called to the groat inducements
Offered by tho "INDIAN GIRL," in closinc I
out a few brands of Ano CIGARS, four for 25 !
cents-a price that allowa no grounds for it
As to where is tho place to get tho most for
"Pancake," "Century," "May Flower" and
"Durham" are specialties. Aug 10
.JgXTRA FINE FANS, LACE EMBROID?
ERED HANDKERCHIEFS, Lace Collars and |
, Cuffd, fine White Cambric and Lawns, Wido
Ribbons, Tablo Damask and Doilies and Fine
Caseimercs, at C. F. JACKSON'S.
CLEAVELAND MINERAL SPRINGS,
Near Shelby, 55 mi'es West of Ctiarlolte, N. C.,
1 . W. IIIIICVAIU), Proprietor.
THE Hotel will bo open for
the reception of visitors on lat
of Juno. Passengers coming
_ _Ton tho Wilmington, Charlotte
auU Ruineiiord Railroad will ho met by
Hacks. Conveyances to other points pro?
vided at anv timo.
COLD and WARM RATHS-White Sulphur,
Red Sulphur and Chalybeate Water.
RAND OF MUSIC and other means of
amusement viii add to tho comfort and en?
joyment bf gUtetS.
FAKE tiret class. RATES-Singlo day,
$2 50; single we? k. $14; four weeks. $40. Chil?
dren nuder ten years old and colored servants
half price. _ June 21 2mf>_
AND HOUSE FURNISHING STORK.
THE undersigned have re
gglggi cently opened an entire new
stock' of new goods in the
above lino. Articles of all
kinds for house keeping, ftc.
Citizens are invited tocal) and examine goods
and prices. KINGSLAND * HEATH,
April 24 Under Columbia Hotel.S
R. KINGSLAND. _J. A. H KATH.
JAMES A. GRAY & CO.,
IMPOKTEllS, JOnBEnS ANO 111.TA 11.EUS IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
191 and 19G Broad xtreet, Augusta, Oa.
THE largest and moat completo stock in
tho bool h. at lowest prices. July 20 Imo 1
Ale1. Ale j Ale !
pf DOZ. CROTON ALE, very superior |
?? *f quality,
50 doz. McLwen's Ale, very superior quali?
ty. Just received and for ealo by
July 9_JOHN AGNEW ft SON.
Meats, Smoked and Pickled.
FRESH to hand
Prime Smoked Tongues,
Primo Smoked Beef,
"Diamond" and "Orange" brand Hame,
Elm City Breakfast Strip.),
Elm City Sugar cured lickled Rounds,
With full supply of standard and fancy
Groceries, Spices, Ac, at low prices.
June 28_GEO. 8YMMERB.
j Butter, Cheese, &c.
TUBS choice GOSHEN BUTTER,
Boxes choice Goshen Cheese,
1 000 pounds Breakfast Strips,
- 10 barrels Pearl Grist and Big Hominy.
All freBh and lor sale by
Julv 16 HOPE A- OYLES.
Portahle Fountain Pumps.
JUST received a supply of portable foun?
tain PUMPS and SPRINKLERS, which I
is tho most useful and convenient apparatus j
for watering ?-hrubbery, flowers ana plants,
and for washing carriages, windows, Ac.
Alan, a useful article for extinguishing fires I
at the commencement, sprinkling side-walks, '
kc, Ac. For sale at low prices liv
Juno.27 JOHN AGNEW A SON.
THE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, hy Bish?
ops and other Clergy ot the Anglican
Church Vol. I. $5.
Aunt Jane's Hero, by Author of Stepping
Heavenwards. $1 50.
Hannah, a new Novel, bv Miss Moloch. 50c.
Jan 14 _ DUFFIE A. CHAPMAN.
1 (\i\f\ BUSHELS CORN,
.lA./V'U 100 b?rrela FLOUR,
Which we ofter at a heavy decline. It must be
sold. LOMOK ft LOWRANCE.
i>pr BASKETS CHAMPAGNE,
?XJ 2(1 000 (J IGA Its.
Canned doods. Fruits. Nuts, Cakes and
lot of tither goods suitable for tho 4th; also,
for Parties, Pio-Niss, Barbecues, ftc.
.hineSA L?RICK .1 LOWRANCE.
S MOK KD BEEF,
BUFFALO TONG CFS.
CHOICF. GOSHEN MUTTER.
All fresh and for salo low for cash hv
.lune 16 HOPE .V GYLFS.
Initial and Monogram PresB.
E. R. STOKES
IS now prepared, with a Pros? and anptr
tainments, to manufacture INITIAL PA?
PER and ENVELOPES to ordor. embossed
and in colors, of all sizes and quality.
Keeps constantly in storo H full stock ol
Fancy und Staplo STA I ON ERY, BLANK
HOOKS, Fancy Articles and all conda pertain?
ing to a Hist class Stationery House.
Am il 21)
AFINE stock of tho celebrated Morrl? ft
Lazarus PERFECTED SPECTACLES,
which 1 have been selling to tho public for
tho last four years.
ISAAC SULZBAOHER, Solo Agent.
Everybody is praising UKI MI sn's MEDI?
CINES. His pill-? are in everybody^ mouth;
cures liver complaint.
j. a. KIHI
With a view of realiz?
ing money, and also to
make room for the
opening of a
LARGE AXD VARIED STOCK
In the fall, has decided
upon offering his pre?
sent stock, from this
date until the 1st o?
AT COST FOR CASU,
$10,000! $10,000 !
mi AND MTS!
AT COST AND TRANSPORTATION
To mako roora
For Our Fall Stock.
KIN ARD & WILEY,
Gents* Furnishing Goods.
Get the Best,
Gp TO THE BEST PLACE.
WC claim to have out* of the fiuoB?
stocks of WATCHES, ol all br-at Eng
_Idiab, Hwiaa and American makera. With
Ramonda and other line Jewelry, our stock
?B large, and we arc going to sell thc Gooda.
REPAIRING and L NOR A VING, in al
brauche?, by tho bout of workmen.
Nov 19 Formerlv Glaze A Radcliffe.
DULI. SEASON !
FRENCH CASS11IERE PANTS
Made to order
For Twelve Dollars.
Twenty per cent, discount.
NO HUMBUG !
Aa we mark tvory thing in plain figures.
At coat-or leaa.
At a sacrifice.
FINEST AND CHOICEST SHIRTS
In the market.
CALL AND SEE
R. & W. C. SWAFF1ELD.
North Carolina Hay.
rjrr RALES good N. G. HAY,for nain ow
i t) by HOPE A OYLES.
Everybody ia delighted with tho QUEKN'H
DEI.IOUT. It cures all kinda of breaking out
of tho akin, boila, Ac.
rtlE PH CE NIX,
r UBMSaZD DAILY AND TBI-WEXXLY.
f HE GLEANER,
SVEK? WEDNESDAY MOBNINO.
aY JULIAN A. SELBY ,
KIHTOIl AND PBOPniKTOB.
I1?3 3 o a Richardson Street, near Taylor
o^- Hook and Job Printing or ovorydoecrip
tion promptly and faithfully attended to.
Daily, aix months, t l 00; Tri-W??ekly, 2 6C;
Weekly, 1 50.
Iasorted in tho Daily at 75 cents per Bqnaro
f jr tho lirat and 50 cents each subsequent in?
sertion. Long advortieomentB by the week,
month or year, at reasonable rates.
Proceedings of Council.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Angustia, 1872.
Council met at 7.30 P. M. Present
His Honor the Major, and Aldermen
Carpenter, Lowndes, Mitchell, Carroll,
Young, Wilder, Williams and GriQin.
Absent-Aldermen Thompuon, Carr,
Cooper and H?ge.
PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS.
The following communication was read:
COLUMBIA, S. C., August 13, 1872.
Honorable the Mayor and Members of City
Council of Columbia.
GENTLEMEN: Tho street and side-walk
of part of my lot fronting on and in
Laurel Btreet bas been obstructed by s
work-shed, stones, etc., by the Superin?
tendent of tho United States Post Office
nud Court, House building. I requested
him to remove said obstructions, but be
deems it not worth while to do so.
As a citizen and tax-payer, I demand
my rights, and request your honorable
body to refer thia request to tho Com
mittcQ on Public Streets, with instrnc
fions to demand immediato removal, ii
my allegations be found correot. Ver\
respectfully, E. M. STOEBER.
On motion Alderman Wilder, the com
munication was laid on table.
The following was read:
COLUMBIA, S. C., August 10, 1872.
To- the Honorable Mayor and Aldermei
of City of Columbia.
GENTS: Being desirous of establisuirjf
a coal yard in tho city, on Wayne 6treet
under the trestles of tho two railroad:
cornering upon 6aid street, betweei
Pendleton and Medium streets, woul<
respectfully ask permission to locate oi
tho above named place. Respectfully,
O. Gr. PARSELY & CO.,
Wilmington, N. C.
A communication was received from C
ilarubeiK. reporting a policeman an
charging him with conduct unbecominj
On motion of Aldci mun Carpenter, tb
communication wit.-, hud on tho table.
The following was received:
COLUMBIA, S. C., Aug. 13. 1872.
To his Honor the Mayor and Aldermen c
the city of Columbia.
GENTLEMEN: I have the honor to rt
port Mr. James Kelley for keeping bi
store open for tim transaction of bus
ness on Sunday, the 28th of July, 187?
and doing so in violation of an ord
nance. JOHN A. JACKSON,
Chief of Police.
On motion of Alderman Carroll, tl
above was referred to the Mayor.
The following was received: .
COLOMBIA, S. C., Aug. 12, 1872.
To his Honor the Mayor amt Aldermen i
the city of Columbia.
GENTLEMEN: Having paid a license c
three four-horse teams for the year 187
and discontinued running two of sa:
teams on the street, since April last,
herewith render this petition, asking sa
license to be proportionately refunded, i
allowed credit for amount on tutu
taxes. Yours respectfully,
Same referred to Committee ou Wa;
The fallowing from Board of Heall
was received und read:
OFFICE BOARD HEALTH,
COLUMBIA, August 10, lb72.
To the Honorable Mayor and Aldermen.
GENTLEMEN: I bavo the honor to e
close you a copy of tho restitutio
passed ut a meeting of the Board, be
on tho 7th of August, instant. I ai
TU OS. P. WALKER,
Acting Clerk of Board.
liesolced, That the City Council be i
quested to pluce an extra scavenger ci
upon tho streets, for the purpose of
ctlitating tho removal of all nuisant
Resolved, Thnt notieo bo given to t
owners of all vacant lots within the c
limits, to have nil the weeds growi
upon said lots immediately cut down a
removed therefrom; and tho Board
quest tho City Council to instruct I
city polico to see that tho enid orders
carried out at once.
Extract from tho minnies.
THOS. P. WALKER,
Tho abovo was referred to Commit
Tho following commuuicntioiis w
To the Mat/or ami Aldermen of the dh
GENTLEMEN: lu obedience to tho or
of Connell, 1 have .surveyed the lot ht
i imf ter described, und certify that
following is a correct description of
saine, to wit: Bounded East by Asm
lily street, and fronting thereon 185 fi
on the North by Laurel street, aud frc
mg thereon 220 feet; and on the Sooth
and West by the Circular Road. Re?
spectfully, D. B. MILLER, JB.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., August 12. 1872.
COLUMBIA, S. C., August 13, 1872.
To his Honor John Alexander, Mayor.
SIB: Capt. Wm. K Bachmau requests
me to certify to you that I havo examined
the title deed which is herewith submit?
ted, and found it conformable to law,
conveying, when executed, the lot therein
described to the gentlemen named upon
the trusts specified. And I now so state
to you, with thu expression of the hope
and belief that tho accompanying reso?
lution of exemption from city taxes will
be adopted, and the conveyance allowed
? to remain with that exemption embraced
in it. I hove tho honor to be yours, otc,
JAMES D. TRADE WELL,
By Alderman Wilder:
Whereas the City Council of Columbia
have agreed to convey to the South Caro?
lina Monument Association tho lot of
lund bounded East by Assembly street,
running thereon 185 feel; North by
Laurel street, running "thereon 220 feet;
and ?South and East by the Circular Road,
ut the price of $600:
Resolved, That his Honor tho Mayor H
hereby authorized to execute to such
persons as the South Carolina Monu?
ment Association shall designate as true
tees, a conveyance of the above pre?
mise; and that the Clerk affix the corpo?
rate seal of the city to such conveyance,
when the same shall have been approved
by tho City Attorney.
Resolved, That so long as tho said lot
shall be used as a site for a monument,
tho .same shall be exempt from city taxes.
REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS.
Report of Clerk of tho Murkst for
month of July was received and referred
to Committee on Market.
Report of Chief of Police was re?
ceived and referred to Committee on
OFFICE OF CHIEF OF POLICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., July 31, 1872.
Monthly report of the Police Depart?
ment for the month of July, ending oe
the Slet of July, 1872:
The total number of arrests made dur?
ing tho month of July, for all grades ot
crime and offences committed within thc
city limits, is 149, of which 108 were
mules and 41 females-68 whites and 81
The following report shows the vari?
ous grades of crime and offences for
which persons were arrested and dealt
with according to law, to wit: Disorder?
ly, 4; disturbance, 43; using profano lan?
guage, 14; drunk, 19; interfering with
police, 2; riot, 2; shooting pistol in city,
4; horse on sale-walk, 1; grand larceny,
9; petit larceny, 10; vagrancy, 4; threat?
ening to shoot, 1; using city water, 1;
driving in brick drain, 4; driving on
side walk, 1; keeping a gambling house,
1; gambling, 1; keeping a disorderly
house, 2; visiting a disorderly house, 23;
robbery, 1; violation of Sunday ordi?
nance, 1; selling without a license, 1.
Tho following disposition was made of
persons arrested during the month of
July: 12 served their time at work, of
which they worked 70 days, 90 were dis?
charged, 15 to Trial Justice, and 5 were
turned over to parents for correction by
his Honor the Mayor.
The following statement shows the
amount of fines collected from prisoners
arrested by the Police Department for
the month of July, to wit: Total amount
assessed, $108; total amount collected,
In conclusion, I would say that the
members of the police force huve been
diligent in the performance of their
duties for the post month. Their health
has been uniformly good.
JOHN A. JACKSON,
Chief ol Police.
Report of City Treasurer was present?
ed for mouth of July, und referred to
Committee of Ways and Means.
REPOSTS OF COMMITTEES.
The Committee of Ways und Meuns,
to whom was referred the report of the
City Treasurer for mouth of June, re?
ported the same bick as being lou nd
Motion by Alderman Lowndes that
report of committee be concurred in.
The bill of Franklin k P..pe, which
was referred to the Committee ut Ways
and Means, was reported bick to Com -
eil, stating that they bud examined the
books of the Treasurer iu his office, und
that they timi that all hus been paid, as
per bill rendered by them to Council.
The Committee on Water Works, tc
whom was referred resolution of Alder
man Griffin, as to laying down pipes it
Sumter and Divine streets, report?e
same back, and recommended that th?
sume be adopted nnd carried into effec
On motion of Alderman Carpenter, th?
recommendation of the committee wa
agn ed to.
The Committee on Licenses, to whoo
was referred application of P. D. Kone
man, for tavern license, referred sam
buck to Council, recommending tba
same be grunted. Agreod to.
Resolution, by Alderman Young, tba
the ordinance relating to bogs rnnnin
nt large be not enforced from this dat
until tho 1st of October, 1872.
On motion of Alderman Lowndci
same was adopted.
Application of Augustus Cooper & Cc
was received for tavern license R(
fcrred to Cmmittoo on License.
The following bills were received an
referred to Committee on Accounts: ?
E. Dent, 810 00, rent of office for Ovei
seer of Poor; B. F. Griffin, $508.9.
City Poor; Drennan & Pope, $21.91
John Alexander, $123, Hospital; \i
Steiglitz, $10 00, Guard Houee;Drenno
& Pope. $19.05, Alms House; P. 1
Nowell, $5 60, Market; John Alexando
$15 00, Water Works; John Alosando
$12.00, Clock Department; J. A. Juc]
son. $12 95, Guard House.
Tho Committee ou Fire Departmen
tn whom was referred communication i