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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 28 March 1865

poi?.\ iinj.'i'jAiJtviiig very li:tle clothing and j oui}" une ur iBo implements-a sewing machin? and a crimping apparatus-by means ?.>f which abe etitaiacu a precarious support, ?ly own fatr.i!}* (h.tppily) nut) servauts being all .absent' and being iiiyseit whoiiv incapaeitated by t years ol' sickness from ranking auy*exertion, ali i that the poor widow woman and myself could remove from my house, besides the few^hmgs of hers, -consisted of two bags of flour, a peck of meal and about the same of grist, and about thirty pounds- of bacon and a little sugar. These few tilings we managed to get out of the boase, and, by the aid ?Pa wheelbarrow, removed about fifty yards from the burning buildings. Waiting then ahd there, waiting anxiously the progress and direction of the fire, we soon found that we had osea robbed of one bag of Hour and a trunk of valuable books of aceouut and papers. The fire continuing to advance on us, we found it necessary to remove again. About this time, the...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 28 March 1865

? 1 mm-! Wantea to Fnrcnase, . ' | ALlGHjT ?Si'KING W AGOiN, for OU? horse. \pply at t.iis office, march 28 j Left my Premises, f\K the 25th inst., my nogro boy F.PEEA?L?, \_/ blank complected, about six feet high. 1 forbid all persons from harboring or hiring him. A reward of $200 will be paid for his delivery to me, dead or alive. WM. Mo?LlSTEIt. March 2?_s_2* " Dropped, WI HILE standing at a ?art in Se.nato street. YT in front ai Miss Lucy Green's house, a WHITE BAG; containing money "and other valuables. \ reward will be gives, if desired. The finder will leave it at Mrs. BRIGHT MAN'S, corner of Bull and Renate streets, march ?8 1 Pictorial aiift Gift Books. ASMALL oolteetion of PICTORIAL and GUT BOOKS, beautifully illustrated, suitable as mementoes of friendship and affec? tion .nd as rewards of merit and excellence in academies, including the writings of some ol the most fatuous poets. Apply at this otiiee. ileadquarters, DETACHM'T BUTLER'S CAY. BRIGADE, CiunxoTTE, 1^. C.,Marc...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 28 March 1865

Tuesday Morning, March 28, 1865. Reported Successes. . ! The Charlotte Carolinian, of the 23d, re? ports a third success of Gen. Johnston, and this time a decided victory over Sherman. HY is said, on Monday, the 29th, to have attacked the enemy in front and. flank, and, after a" bloody battle, to have driven him from the field, capturing several thousand prisoners, with seventy two pieces of artillery. The* Yankees are stated to be completely demoral? ized and in full flight. Sherman is described as doubla-qni?king, in seven-leagued boots, seed? ing a new base somewhat nearer to the coast. His ammunition is aiso sa;d lo be exhausted. Reports to the same eliect ara also brought in by recent wayfarers, who gather them from bulletin boards and from other mouths. Among other reports is one lo the eliect thr.t Johnston has despatched to .Salisbury, N. C., to have - preparations made for the safe-keeping o: 5,000 prisoners. We shall look with hope to the confirmation of these rumors. They...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 28 March 1865

Yb? oin ce ol' lim 'Conimbia /'/?auix i: GBtoo slr.-.? t, second door fruta Plain. ?. ..?.li. r.lA?.xi.tc OSNOWSKI.- We regret that the editor ot Ihc Augusta Cot?UiffitionaJist hu.-? suffered the report to appear in Iiis p*per that Madame Sosnowski, of this place, has gone off with the Yankees. She never for a moment I left that home here in which ?he has beeu so ; long distinguished for good "vo'ks in the Con- i federate cause. We beg to call thc attention of the Constitutionalist, and all "other papers, to i this correction, and to the propriety of giving; it general circulation. Gov. MAORAi\H^--wXare~pleased to welcome.j his Excellency Governor Magtath ouee more to | our city. -He brings with him the most en- j couraging auspices. Be has organized au ade- j qu&te partisan force for the covering and pro- j tection of the country below usv He has also! established guards on all the mountain avenues | in the country above us. We trust, and take j for granted, from the copious r?...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 30 March 1865

"Let our just censuro Attend the true evcut."-Slied-spcnr BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 186k VOL. 1.-NO. 5. ; p #HE COLUMBI* PHOENIX I *V f IS 1*1" Il USU Kl > '? n Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, j ) ? JULI A NT A . .S E \i B V . > Single copies $1. Ij Advertisciiipiii." inserted at $? per square (len . lines) for each insertion. >pr ' Tele?rapliic= 8 % iREFOR'BS.OF PRESS ASSOCIATION. j Beliered*aecordin ff to Ad of CongrrssAn thc Year ,m jj IS60, by ./. S. fir,, i sher] ht th, < 'Zerk's O?ce cf X I the District Court oftic: Confex'-Tttt't StutesfiSf I j tlte North-r.i. District .>,'' O coro tut t f IV Movements of Federal r*'i'Qops. J I' RICILMO.NI>, .Mareil 1:7.-A "Bristol correspond j I eut o? the U7t7?/says ?Slu?ienian was at Mossy ? fl Creek, on the 1 Sf?i, with -1,000 cavalry, 'x\]s M destination is supposed to beSaiisi .:y, N. G. fl Persons direct fruin Kv.oxS'lie deport tin Ca arrival there from Chattanooga, v ithiu thc !:... ....

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 30 March 1865

CAPTURE, SACS and DESTRUCTION ^ * OF THE b Oity o jr CtolxiJja.T3>lgt. XVIII. , Thus surwy is very piteous tm hear; and were tho-case aa isolated one, it would probably move compassion in every heart; but where the miseries of lite and worse sort, of a whole community of twenty thousand, ere massed, as it w?;-t, together before the eyes, the sensi? bilities become obtuse, and the* universal suf? fering seems to destroy the sensibilities ia al). We shall, not seek to multiply instances like th? foregoing, which would be an ?udless'work and to little profit ; and'the mind of the reader can readily conceive them, when we kuow that Sherman jji.nnisscd his mercenaries- with, a gener-jl license to forage upon the people for thirty-sis hours. He tells (.enerr.l,Hampton that, cou!.1 he lind any civil authorities, and could they provide, bini with forage and pro? visions, he would bU?Ter no foraging upon the peopjp. His logic and memory are equally* deficient. Was there no Ma vor and Coun...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 30 March 1865

Every ?pot iti graveyard or garden, b, seemed to have been recently'disturbed, ^sounded with sword, or-bayon.et, or Tam-" in their d*sperat?., search after spoil, [monsters of virtuous pretension, with their ir of streaks and spangles ov :-head, and rs to the Constitution, which they neither stand nor read, never once forget the id of appetite which has distinguished itanic iN'ew England for three hundred hrs; and, lest they might forget, the appetite kept lively by their women-lelters?ound ' in their dead, or upon prisoners, almost in rialxly appealing to "them to bring home the ids and jewelry, even the dresses, of the itnerp women, to deck the fond feminine >ectants at home, whom we may suppose to the while at their devotions, assailing iven with prayer in behalf of their thrice j cased cause and country. [CONTINUED* IN oun. NEXT.] COLUMBIA. hursday Morning, March. 30, 1S55. " ^CAMI* OK INSTRUCTION.-We are pleased to M that Governor Magrath has decided to wert the military aca...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 30 March 1865

\w\msaasaamBsmBmwm mi w 9. m1 ?ris***** Council Proceedings. COLUMBIA, March 23, 1885. A regular meeting of Council was held this 28th diy of Mare!:, ISC5. Fissent-Iiis Honor the Mayor; Assistant Mayor J. G. Gibbes; Al? dermen Blakely, Glaze, Gnignard, Harris, Hope. Leaphart, McKenzie, Stork and Wells. The Council being ?ailed to order, pmce'-'ded to business. Mr. li. McDougall appeared before Council on a charge of cutting down a shade tree be? fore his dweilii.g. Defence offered, ignorance ol' the ordinance on that subject. On motion, ho was excused in ?his instance; but this not to act as a precedent in any similar 'case. ' A resolution was adopted to publish the or dinance concerning thaue trees. The following resolution was offered and adopted: . Resolved, That where it appears evident to the city authorities that any tree or trees planted ou the streets ol' the city have become dead by being burned, that permission be giauteu to the owners ol the lotor lots where? on they may ...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 30 March 1865

\t?OIiIJMBIA. Thursday Morning, March 30, 1855. Charleston Mercury. "We are pleased to learn that thc proprietor of the Mercury, -who is now in this city, has sent oi?t his age--'?, and is making preparations for the ear'.y reeumption of its publication. We ni av hope, accordingly, soon to er-joy the ??e. rosal of that old and long-toed exponent of South Carolina politics and pVlheiples-politics and principies only t he more justified in law-by the expei?ance of the last four jeir?-only thc mere endettai to us by the griefs and trials wo have liad to .endure in maintaining them. Inhospitality aid Patriotism. We are to'0 that: a foftt-sore soldier, reach 'ing, at night Tai!, thc dwelling of a wealthy citizen of one ol our upper Districts who is also a member ot our Stale Squire, was denied lodgings fer the night, on thc pl-a that there was sieknern in the family. "We trust that the wayfarer thus denied will publish tIre name of tins'pat riotic legisle tor. Per contra: from the same s...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 30 March 1865

Local Items,, Th? o?ice ol' lin; c'oi'?ii jiu Phoenix is ?ni Gates street, secoud dour from Plain. Four persons eau g? t passage io Newberry by applying at this'ofiiee iinniedialely. MAILS.-The Southern Express Company, we. are pleased to learn, have commenced carrying the mails, semi-weekly, Irwin Columbia to Caa. den, Sumter and all other post towns on the' line of the Wilmington, and Manchester Rail? way as far as the town of Marion. Our correspondents are respectfully .cntrotit ed to write their manuscripts only oiue-ne side of their paper; and it is particularly desirably "that they should keep in view .Tic limited space which we are able to accord to them in oar sheet Let them coudensi with a stern regard t? a -pregnant meauing in every sentence, a fresh thought, and a compact uso of language. OoL. ?i.?TtKo KiiKTx.-We. are pleased to iearu thal official information has been received that Col. Allred Rhett is unhurt, though a pri? soner, lie is in the lmntis ol' Gen. Jeff. C Da...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 1 April 1865

.j,ct our ceiisure , . Attend Hie ?.ru? evenv. -?jiisxspcsTC. . *> BY J/A/S?LBY.^ COLinOI?, S; C.? SA'ftmDAY, APRIL 1, 1865. VOL. t-NO, '6. THE COLUMBIA PHOENIX . . IS PUBLISHED Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, j , S BY J LT L I A N A . S -? L B Y . ? Single copies $1. 'AdvertisementsInserted at $5 per square (len j lines) for each insertion. . . Home, Sweet Horns. A correspofHent-of.the Augusta Conntitu tieniUist states that a young lady, whose house ?was destroyed and burned'by Sherman's armv jsvhilc at Columbia, a day or two after the co:i flagati'-m, visited the ruins, in hopes of ti ml i mr some^'littie relic to remind lier of the tri?is . thaougli which she had passed. She searched in vam, until her ey?-.?'eil on a.smalt pi-ec ;>i paper, which she picked up*. ]l \h-.t\- ! to ly a renmuaL pt John 'Howard l^afctSe s a "Vf "Hollie, Sw cut Ritual;, ' ,*Uid 'j 'tijjCr. V wbv'ds that were left iihloiickea uv the^uliiries Were "7'/>..v..'? %i, piV .?.'v hoiDC." v Not on...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 1 April 1865

?Sfe-r-J.: . ??---sr- '?f^1*?"1!!!!!1- - '. ? ' peril of life to the invalid and weak. Af the ila wes spread from house to house, you could helrold, through lone viet' s^f the lurid empire of flames and gloom, the miserable. tenants of the once pearn !ul home isrv-ilig forth in dismay, beading the chattels most uselu.l or precious and seeking es'?pe through the narrow chan? nels which the flames" lett them only in the centre of the streets. Fortunately, the streets of Columbia are Vtery widej and greatly pro? tected by umbrageous trees, t*c.t in regular order, and which, durieg the vernal season, confer upon tba city o:i<: of its most beautiful features. But for this width of its passages, thousands must have been burned to death. These fni.nilie.- moved in long procession, the aged ??fe or grund-sire first-? s;?d, worn and tot? tering man; walking steadily on, with rigid, s?ct features aud fearless eye:-too*m*Sch stricken, too much (stunned*, for ?ny prdiuary .--hows ol sufferin...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 1 April 1865

Tl?? buiuiiiij^s Wees occupied hy CotifederaVe hospitals, whare some three hundred invalids and convalescents found harborage. Thc yel? low lhig would have proved but little protec? tion tor them. Out tor the efforts of these gen? tlemen, aud, perhaps, because of other const derations. They held forth no promise, of pluuder, were remote from those parts of the ' city where the tim pt arion s were most numer? ous, aud the professors of colleges are not usually hoarders, or even gentlemen of gold and aifVer vessels. These generally occupied the dwellings of tile College; they escaped with ...some petty losses. Professor John LeConte was made a prisoner and carried off ; but why he was selected thus, is not very apparent. After a few days in durance, he wa? suffered to . depart, and left the army on its march. In A conversation with the Rev. Mr. Porter regard? ing the safety ol the College library, General Sherman indulged in a sneer; "1 would rather,'1 said he, "give you books than de...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 1 April 1865

" ' -? -Tir- in]tT~*** ? -ar- - jauni r ? -* -mm M L5II The Enemy ia Camden. | Freu the Camden Journal dnd O?nfrdcralc, we condense the following details of the ene- : my's occupation of that town: They appeared ! in small force, on-thc evening of the l^th Feb? ruary, and were repulsed by a hasty levy of the Citizens, under Col. ?Tones. In large force, they entered the town on the 20th, and proceeded instantly to the work of plunder. Every hou?e ] was gutted of its valuable content?-more' or j less ..rnptied ? F all its stores. The worl* of t he ? incendiary promptly followed thc labors of the 1 robber.' Tba railway, passage and freight de? pots were the first to burn-then the ancient '?Cornwallis House"-then the commissary and quartermaster's store-bouse* and dwellings* tho stores' of George Douglass, the cotton ware homes, th? Wa ter ec Bridge, the Masonic Hall, the brick building beld as an enrolling office, Oppeiiheim's residence, MCKB?D'B drug store and jbr-e buildings to the ?...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 1 April 1865

QOIiUMB?A. v Saturday Morning, April 1, 1866. Latest from Oharles?on. A traveler from Charleston, just arrived, reports that tho military authorities of that plaoe are painfully exercised with regard to the fate of Sherman's army. Thc report there is, that thia forager and incendiary, par excellence, has been defeated bv Johnston, with a los? of sixteen thousand men. This seems to give coun? tenance \c> the frequent rumors which have reach??! a? of a prent batt!?? bavins; been' focgb?, ir. v.'hich our troops aohteveil a Jeeaila victory. Oaf inioriuaut tells us that al^thc troops that could br spared from the city wer. gent to Sherman, leaving but a thousand men in the gurrison. He reports that ingres and ?gr?"-? ii freely suffered to travelers-no ques? tions being e.?kod. and ne passport? required We moy add, however, that, from all accounts, the difficulties occur along the route, and that th? wayfarer pometimes finds himself arrested" and subjected to the short shrift and suddc...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 1 April 1865

^H?i?H^i-MM in i i ? i Wi * j?_a?t - inmnuoaro i catas Tile oilier **t tlie Votf*ntbi<t ("hrcnix is on j Galen *???on<l door front Plain. ] To TBATKLKSS,-?c "beg vto -suggest to tra? velers about departing from Columbia-, that tbey would ?onf?ro?i? of^he greatest'of bencj; fits-upcm a suffering community by communi? cating their purpose of departure, se:i.M>nably, to .the Postmaster, Mr. Class. ort? Capt. Stan? ley, at thc Guard House; especially when they designio ta-avel in^hose directions upon which there isas yet no mail linc established. - Many a r?fugee would desire to transmit to friends and relatives intelligence ot his situation, and through this medium convey thc knowledge ot his need, for which his kindred and friends may find relief. Will the considerate and humaue wayfarer reflect upon this suggestion, and afford the desired facilities to those who remain in exile! ? - *PAT-DAI" OK THK NATI?1.-The Yankee Se? nate have, by solemn resolution, declared tii.it they...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 4 April 1865

"Let oor just ?endure .Attend the true event."-Shakfpcarc. .: ELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., TUESDAY, APBIL 4, 1865. * VOL. t-NO. 7. _._._._!_Z_ m IMBIA PHOENIX ? i l'liBLMHK? .;,, Thursday and Saturday, ? , SE L B Y. nsertectut $5 per square Xteu . --rtiou. 6 :K and DESTRUCTION UV TUX .IT jOoOtimilaia XXV. '. . it invariable feature of the -loly procession, of fugitive u unit old mun escaping from ec, to be ?seor tod by lau kee c: s--aa frmjueiuly by the vue aa * >.? Vmietiuies pretended civil . . p with jceilug ur o if eu ai Ve . . situation.. Thea? civilities j vet. To accept, thein, under \ .ley w-ei-e tendered lu good - obed or. iusulittd. l'iie young ... ? box Of buui.lle. Who cooli? ' Li uat it lo lb-v.churge ot our ol' ry otieu |o?i possession, of it ii biiiivll. but it Seems heavy," ug..lady, who^u ihe proees M US carrying oft her mother'? i n, i.wdvdert Lrt tue curry \ m. My object is to save it. if i I save it tor you; leljmehelp I no help of yours, and wish t hat 1 mean to na...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 4 April 1865

ive oil what a -sval'? w< ir>?ke o;..? .." '?Y. \oii hi.vt- kindled ?i..?i torches a.- xii'l all lb? !>:.*..?' in ail your vein;- to ext!ii ?nish You exult now. but. could you foresee*. When fou mareil hence, yon will go to retr'hu tion." I Another, who had thus forced himself as an j escort upon a party, on tbr morning of Satur? day, said, pointing to thc thousand stacks of chimneys. "You are a curious people here in house-building^ You tun up your chimneys .afore you build the house." One who had been similarly impudent, said ' to a uiotKer, who was1 bearing a child in her arms, "Let me carry the baby, madam." 'T)<> not touch bim for your life," was tho reply. "I i would sooner hurl him into the flame* and {dunne in after him than that he should po! uted av your touch." Nor shall a child of mit.?* aver have even til? show of obligation io .1 Yankee!" "Well, that's point: it strong, by -: but I like your pluck. Wc rik?, it, ri-; and you'ji iee us corning back after t...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 4 April 1865

' Iii :., ri. T loses :i chance* j . -I . :. .>f a mistake. . j si. r i:.ti,i. "ir 1 i d assumption of: ! ina?.! .. iii" rebel army, the ? '.. - ..' .>?:?. i-p~. a:ions has been changed, j ;-i'.ioi ?v.v . h.- He ia carrying j hi? ... ....rif plan <<f r. .outing the cam-' ?iaigr, "ii we?? '.-'K ... ^ strength of hi.*! ci ! . in -i ' I lint ai.:.. .., lists teoucity of j uiiio.'p and inuit user ...i : i. And knowing i \- ., ; ? i- ? 'is mc . i. gathering the scat j ! r. . I. ( el .-a.?aiin into one com-1 whole, with lie ?iieutioii of deciding the I . ....... i ;' his cause a or asar Richmond. " a ?re. upon tic a!re< dy ?A? id-soaked soil of th'? Ohl ?'?ou.n.?..:?. will bi? fought tho Waterloo Sherman's victoria" and :ost entirely un ooposed rm" from Chattan ,-oga to Atlanta, ihet."-t' li " vanL L. h, ':. ton und Columbia, .villi wbai< ..; dev itt uion he may have srefit-.-.J han a in Mi - ?e.ns*; disconcerted Lee. *! t ir, f ather be c -i ;-?art and parcel of i'.e . ...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 4 April 1865

DSar?er! lO^xrfcex-.S ? 1 r I'M IK subscriber will exchange HIDES ana L SALT for SOLE LEATHER and CORK, on favorable terms. JOHN II. HEISE. . April l or Stolen, IT^ItOM my lot opposite the Presbyter in Church, a large MAHOGANY DUN IN : TABLE and a WASH-POT. A suitable reward will be paid to any one who will give inform:'. tion lo lead to their recovery. April 1 a* _ AMJNLAV J^G\ Wj'ORD. For Sale or Rent, MA MAGNIFICENT HOUSE, with all couvenieuaes aud atables, out-buildings, <tc, with a variety of .11 kindfc of FURM TURE COOKING UTENSILS, CROCKERY, &C Thc house will be tented, furnished or unfurnished. A[ ply to A. ?TR?GER, end o Richardson street, close to /razee's new buudf ings. April 1 .1* Notice. ALL ferrymen throughout the District are respectfully requested to cross uo sit. ve over the river, either by flats or small bouts, wilhout'his jiass is endorsed by either Mr. J. G. GIBBES, Capu W. B. SY AINLEY or myself.* mardi ?? T. J. iT?t'DW YN, Mayor. Brass Founcry. ^IMiE s...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
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