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NEWBERRY, S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY
_VaL-M II.
IS PU7BIMJFn; EYF,RY DNDA
'itlewberryA IL
ily TMMs Ir. & IV azme
TERMS, V,50 FOR SIX MONTHS, EITHER
IN CURRENCY OR IN PROVISIONS,
- Payment required invainably in ad'vafice.)
Adver.tiementsivserted at $1,50 per square, for
- - Qht in8srtion,-$I for. eap suibsequent insrtion.
XEr ge oipee, aPn-e 1invitation-s, Obituaries,
- ad.Coomuications of personal interesacharged
- e adietisements. -
MarIeston Adverfi*ement&
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AL M. 1 --sovD&L s. souD
Aretibald GOt &Oo.I
r -MISIO
exUPPING, CM 8
FORWARDING MBC T
-6 AD 128 MY TTSTR ETJ
- Chadest.n, S.fC
..W1- NWANENMUSES
RlEPESENTI JY 1% W . ~ANClS~
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.. -harles L-Guilaaue
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anastoxs. -
S- 1T ILL MAKE IJR ADY\CF O
Consi'znrc&thrggh b isMeak -
.'i;ac &T::Kew. Yor
essa.Do a~ viet.a & o. Ser r
- 'Msr.Bome ert Cs ewba
,es.rs H.m:raas:r di Am Sw 'or.
36ears. T n A:a, Biaiwi x sjr,o-.
MeMsrs. J. & D. - x , f
Mesr. Jois K. GI.Li.r& Co., I tpoo.
.Mesrs'. Iscsar *.L.ui & S ldelphi.
eSPfrs. PtsGasar, F: t~kCol,BANmore.
Airrs ce, J d-r zler 46*:';
..- i SacDThies for lussngme cieer Cob-w
w &e way througi,. by bu eind 14., aird
toas4 .by &A ige tMna
Pwv.oUC oughQ ~Lameel.afd
- wt i.r rt.gci fa?e o Itunt
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-CbU AGG*14 AG -1Wke
0- DRY ACY -OODS
- - AqNqms
- Fuf l 1 irgte assortt ent now a~4re a%k
- or emic at L'mrest AetWcest 'whoae
s~k, by ~''
- 1 Mee,i geis~~*nest,
-JApe 2. imrat 4r Xe -
* General Commission1Iechkats~
C1MRITQTOL &~O.
* 'Congt PrQdo eeiwdpd Pun zna
- dec 20 m - --
ChisolmBrotls4
SHIPPING
An I General Cm iso
MERtSNANTS,
CHIARLESTON, S. 0.1
PROMPT attention given to the Pur
ehase, S.ale and Shipment of Cot
ton, Rice, Lumber, INaval Stores, Coa,
&c. Merchandize forwarded to all
parts of the country.. Consignments
solicited, on which i berdi ,advancesj
Referenes-Joh.'Erasler' W. Charleston.
S. C.; G. W. W'diaima & Co,, CharLeston, $. -C.
fl OARR & OO0
teeiers in
CaApeSs Oil Eothis, Mattings,;
WiiadowJSkades~
PATENT STEP tADDEXRS, &c.
T'AL&S TRIMMINGS, of every variety
Which they offecr to the Tradea t New York Job
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Charleston Advertisements.
AITKEN, NOYES
AND
JOHNSTON,
No. 159 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
IMPORTERS & JOBBERS.
DRY GOODS,
LOTHS AND CASSIMERES,
BLANKETS AND FLANNELS,
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS,
DELAINES AND PRINTS,
FRENCH MERINOS
PLAIN AND PLAID LINSEYS,
GLJSH DRESS GOODS,
IRISH LINENS.
BROWN & BLEACHED SHIRTINGS,
)PERA FLANNELS,
9ATINETS AND KEREYs,
TICKS- AND'STRIPES,
A.LSO,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT10F
OPERA_ HOODS,
sCARFS, SmAWLS,
SUNTAG AND NUBIAS.
ALSO,
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
FANCY GOODS,
no whih we invite the attention of the trade.
4~ A , CH~AFR~E.
To.-205 EAST-B-AY ST-R-EET
0Posite'-New Custom House)
CYIARLESTON, S. C
AND
MEMO$ATs
EALER IN
BUTTE3,
-.CHEE&E,
LARD' and
CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVED BY EYE
lY STAMER of Goods seketed expresly
or the Chadeston MarketL'
QRDERS PROMPTR ATTENDED TO.
Charleston, S.OC Nov 8 1865. Su.
ITT& NARSHALL
CHARLESTON, SO. CA.
GRICULTUR A L Tp1/nents of all kinds of
~the:h:.test~ and most approved patterns.
%r Esros Hay bCutters, Corn Shelters, Ci
iveorgCitton Gine, JIorse powey Thrashing
!rachiuan Separtors, -Saw end Corn .Mlins,
'ntadonu Carts, .Handbarrows; -wiLh Plough
atings of all kinds.
.AlSO,
wsroveI .Rnd-Power Portable. Cottol
Presses.
Fer sake for CASH at. ?e York prices.
6AtESER SMITH,
(YTTQN FTRS,
tai!'aF.)warding ierchants,
MBO~TR AThANIC OWHAEF,
- CH A R LETONS. C. -
Solieit Cobsignments of Cotton, Naval Stores
X kiads of Yhodute; and~ Gener;d. Eeadise,
ed wilhnake ADT'VANCES ozn the -amej and
all either ig this of foreign~ markets.
Orders for Goods promptly ereente~4l lo ivest
lices.' Goods forwarded to anay poir.
Refer.*oXesrse G. : Wliams f'Co.. and
feoeoaser * Oi.
de-6mm
1{ENRY I3ISCHOWP & 00.,
90O0MI8S10N MERCHANTS,
Apd-Wholesale Dealers in
GrecerIes, Wines, Liqu'orspSegars, &c
No. 197 East Bay,
Opposite Frazer's Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
IENRY BISCHOFF. C. WULBERN~.
nov 15 3m
JOHN KING & Co0,
[MPORTERS AND WHIOLESALE DEALERS
IN
3ROCEBIES
PROVISIONS
FLOUR . .
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC LIQUORS
SEGA RS
3ROCKERY, HOLLOW WARE k&tLASS WARE
ALso,.
2000 SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT,
liN. 88 Hasel-Street
nov 8 Sm CHARLESTON, S. C.
E. B, STODDARD & CO.,
W-holesale Dealers in
SO0TS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
AT T HEIR OLD ST AND,
165 MEE TIG STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Take pleasure in aI.nouIncing their resumption
>f business, and invite the attention of purcha
ers to their.toe.k, which is now complete.
iov 8 &m
For Sale.
MULES and HORSES for sale at my
-- plantation in Newberry.
L One fine harness HORSE.
4J3 i JOHN N. HERNDON.
SUPPLEMENT.
Thursday Morning, January 4, 1866.
We are gratifled to learn that our townsman,
W. Hood, Esq., is constituted Treasurer of the
State under the new regime.
See important proclamation-by the Governor.
Gen. Orders No. 1-General A. G. Garlington.
Declination-L. R. Marshal. Declinatlon-John
W. Grierson. Horses for sale-John N. Hern
don. Mills House, Charlcston-J. Purcell. Ma
sonic Fem.de College, Cokesbury-F. F. Gary.
Death of W. A. NcSwain.
It is with painful emotions that we chronicle
the death of the Rev. W. A. McSwain, ,t Lau
rens, C. H., Sunday last. ,His death is a calamity
to the church of which he was a- distinguished
minister. He was a man of intellect, piety- and
amiabilit-beiovcd by all who knew hini.
A slight snow storm prevailed this morning.
The sn peeped out a moment or two, and the
ae sappeared.- The streets are very nearly
rivers of mud,. We go to presi under'a cloud.
t is dar- above, below, around. Aqua the nor
,nal condition, with darkies on.the brain. As we
close this item o most beautifal shower of frozen
Sn6g descends-pretty little .pellets, they'e
-already ceased. It grows brighter, we see small
patches.of clear blue sky, with a, silver lining to
the clouds, and hope for lirighter days soon.
miliia 4pointmont.
The appointment d Maj. General Wiliams to
the iorn)and of the 5th division composed oftle
9th -and 10th brigades; wiUno doubt give .gederall
satisfaction; heis a good and efficient..soldier;
And merits the: sEme. '.Brig Gen. J. -C.- Witin
smith, or Spa burg,commands the 9th brigad',
anrig. Gen. I. P. Todd, of Laurens, the 10th.
0GoL Thos. W. Gary;' 8th' Regiment. Col. W:
W .Lester; 39th Regiment. These gentlemen have
experlenced- bard service. Their qiL,ifiestions
are sup-ior. And as brave and tre men, their
.pointments are alike honorable to the Sta*e
and country. -
FromWashngton,
The. Secretary of State announces offi#4ly that
the Constitutional Amendment wbich has Wei
.ied b .thre-foub o of rhlsitee heumaCID
valid to all intents aid purposes, as a part of the
Consthtltion of the U'tnie4 8ta tes.
.The vote in this4ity *sterday for negro inf
frage,.esulte4 in U rAvorable and'6,50 opposed
to it.
- - A resoidtion was nearly =.anunously adopted,
declaring that the ptblic debi, .with infereet,
should be promptly paid.
A.resotivom was. passed declaring tbs the test
Iath will not bk.dispensed wth.
. A caucus of all~the Southern members now iu
Washingtou-was held a few 'evenings since, at
whidh they resolved to go home and remain there
until after the 4th ofdXarch
. Mr. Sewar&-mut4 of eonrse decide for Con
gres the remaining question whether the late
Coutederate States, by-the-votes of whose Legis
laLures~the amendmecnt. has. b'en.adopted, are ja
the Union or utt o5f it. He, 4together w!ith the
end~re Johnson- dministration 'have, however,
for themselves takenthe'positiona that' the said
'States were never out of the- Unjin.
The isue between 'the President's' restoration
policy and that of.the. Stevens-Summere Republi
can.party is no~ -fully made. -It-is 'well- that 'it is
so for- the pepl fhe North must now under
stand and- deeide it.
Intelligent and disint.erested; men itom 'the
North and 'West~ whob come her.e -iepresent. that;
the-whole 'country is tired ofC party .r.le and aux.
fousl desirous-of the resto1-ation9of' the Union,:
and of $'ie practical resnmnytion fof former rea
tions with:the South, w.wimidig t h neither sc
tion can prosper, nor the put'ic d.ebtbJ;e paid..
The folowTagare- the offeem aecently appoin .
ed of the Legislature for New berry Distrien -
Magistre ,--E. P. Lake, John Coate, . .
Herbert, Josiah Stewart,[inaes N.' iJpseormb,
Win. E. Dorreb, Gee. S..CannQpf Jobu K. G.
Nance, J. B. Eegerk ohn A. Cannon, HIery
Halfacre, F. ..Dominich, Samnuet Bowers -
District JuMdge -Y. J.. Pope.
*G(ooner--K H:~Kinai-d.
Comm~.ssionzer& ef- Public B5lingt-L -J'
Jones1.N A. Hunter, W. A. Cline, Juo. R. Leav
ei, efnthias Ba.rre, James Gauntt, James MI. Bax
ter.
Commissioners of Free. &hoolsA. P. -Lake,
Thomas-Lipscomub, George S. Catmon, ~John IM.
Calmes, Reuben Lyles, Thotpan V. Wicker;, &fen
Hawkins, F. H. .Dominick, John Croo-ks.
C?ommrissioners of Roads-Mathe w Hall, J. H.
Suber, James Cald well, Jno. K. G. Nance, Jack
son Teague, 'Thos WV. Holloway, A. J. Long.
shore, M1. F. Workman, John F. Sims.
Comm issioners to appro'e i'ebiic Securitics
G. T. Scott, Peter IIair, Jno. 13. Carwile, Geo.
Glen, Rt. L. McCau!ghripa.
TAXES IN THlE SoUTr.-Property holders in
the Southern States will be gratilled to learn
that, in his report to Congress, the Secretary
of the Treasury recommends
First That the colletion of interval reve
nue taxes which accured before the establish
ment of revenue oilces in the States rcently
in rebellion be indeSniitely posponed.
Second. That all sales of property in those
States, under the direct tax law, be suspended
until the States shall have an opportunity of
assuming (as was done by the loyal States)
the payment of the tax' assessed upon them.
Thir~d. That all transactions in such States
which may be invalid by the 4on-use of
staops, be legalized as far .. it is in the pow
er od Congress to Iegahize them.'
Trustees South Carolina Universi ty.-Messrs.
B. F. Perry, J. 3. Middleton, W. F. De8aussure;
R. WV. Barn well, J. S. Preston, C. G. Memminger,
T. C. Perrin, Thosh Smith, J. L. Manning, S.
McAliley, James Farrow, Wade Hampton, James
Simons, Rt. Yead9n, F. W. Pi -kens, E. J. Arthur,
R. WV. Gibbes, Henry McIver, J. N. Frierson and
James II Carisde.
The following ar.e the Major Generals recently
confirme d by the legisla ture :J. B. Kershaw,
Joshua IHagood, R. F. Graham, Marx Gary, and
J. Hi. Williams. Col. John A. Wagner, of
Charleston, Brigadier General. Colonel Char es
I. Simonton to the command of the First Regi
ACTS OF Tu GENERAL ASSEMBLY
AN ACT TO RuSE SUPPLIES FOR TIE YEAR
- COMMENCIsG IN OCTBZa, ONE TnousAND
EIGHT RlUN-RED AND SIXTY-FiV
T. Be it ena ted by the Senate and House oj
Representatirm, now met aud sitting in Gene
ra Assenbly, ra by t he autho7ity ofthe eame,
That a tax for zhe sums and in the manner
hereinafter tnntioned, shall be raised and
paid into the public Treasury.of this. State,
for the use-and servicethereof; that istosay
Fifteeen cents id valoreM on . every hundred
dollars of the value of all the lands granted in
this State, except such lands as duriiig the
year have been in possession of the Freed
man's Bureau, and on all lots, lands and
buildings within any city, town, village or
borough in thii State, except such as during
the year have been n possession of the Freed,
man's Burean.; two dollars per head on all
male res dents of this State between the ages
of twenty-one aid sixty years, except sPch
as shall be clearly proved, to the -sAtisfactioI0)
of the Collectorm, -to be ineapable, from malims
orotherwise, .ofprocuring a livelthood.; sixty
cents per hundred. dollars on factorage, em
ployments, facufLies and professions,; iriclud
ing the profession of dentistry(whether in the
profesion of the jaw,the proits be derixed from.
the costs of sui t,eus,or bther sources of profes
sionial income,) excepting- cergyien ; sixty
centL per hnidred dbllarson the. a-monnt oL
nommissions' received. by' brokers,- vendose
masters, and coLannLai6n merecbants;one dul
lar per head on each and-every dog, of every.
kind and-descriplion, in' the State on theirst
day of Jantary, o.ne thousand-eight 'tImndred
ddsixty-six, . brought into the State be
t,ween that tie'and tbe date of the -paynent.
of fares ; fortyco-ts p~eidundra dolars on
the,capital stuck of all incorporated gas-ight
companies -now -in acti*eoperalion one bun
dred cents per .huhdred dol1ars on all .'prem
iarustakeain this-.State bvnsurance. cotpa
mies incorporated ithin, this.State. and t*O
hundred cents oct.hundred dollars -On all
prenduros takeri iP this State by the agemrcies
of'insurance companies and nderwriters in
-c)rporated withi4t the limitA of this State-;
-on aU express cokipanies doing business with
i this State, on iousand dollars each, to- e
paid to the Taiz0ollecter of RiChland D'a
trict'; twenty nhts upon. prery hunilred
dollars -of the .mount of sales of goods,
wares and tnere6bdize, endbracing all the ar
-ticle.S'of trade for saleg,. arter or eichange
(The products'of .ii: State'aad the: nnnfu
lactardproduatE 'ny of tlae 4ite..Stat:s
or.Tcerttories thereof, excepted,) whicb any
person shAll have made from tte first day of
May of the present year, to-the -4ilst day of
January, in the year-of oUr - Lord-one thou-.
sand eight hundred and siTty-sjx,iithiron his,
her ot tbeir capital, or borowed -capital, or on
account of any person or persons as-agent,, at
torai. or consignee ; one hundred cents upon
eveicv-hundred dallars of the amount of. sales
of'all goodi, wares and rerchandize whatev
er, which*any transient person,not resident.in
thi.s State, shall make in any house, stall or
public place ; one hundred cents -on- every
hundred dollars of the value -of all -articles
inaiiufactured id this State for sale, barter -or
exchange ;.twenty dollas. upon every. htin
dred dollars of' the value 'of all spiri(uons li
quor, manufactured in -this State- tor sale, bar
ter or -exchange, 'and upon all- spirituons Ii
~quors brought into, this State for sale ,barter
or exchange ; one bundred cehtS #xV ever~y
b:hundred xdollars in value of all cotton on hand
nt the first day of October last, excluding the.
crotp of the present year from this taxation ;
one dollar on every huzndred dollars of' all
.alesof cotton made -since..the first day ef
:ayast to the first day of October, one thou
sand, eight hniJred :ands- sixty-dive :.Proei'
-ed,..That the tax shall not be due-on -any
otton seized bj the -United Statei Govern
menrt.and'not. returned;or-on any:cotton stol
en and not recovered i onie hundred cents on
eery hundred dollars in vahie of all crudej
turpentin e, spiritS oI turpenrtine antirosinceos
and on the first day v Octobdr Iast, sxciid
igthe production.of the ye. one thousand
ight hundred an ifrty16 e qie--hundrd
cnts.on every hundid dolla~rs of all saleE of4
sard artic,es from first~of afay last 'o firitoq
October,.-one thonsandr eight biudredand six
tyive, except sales of proauction of pr.esent
year ;twenty dollars per day for ripresenting
publicly for gain of i'eward.any play,-ome-j
dy, tragedy, interTude or frace, or mother em
pl)Imnt of to~ stae, or apy part therein, or.
for~exhibiting wax tigires, or other shows of
any kind whatsoever, to be paid into -the
haab-of the Cbrh of tha CouWmiespedfi-vely,
'ho shall be bopund to pa.y the sainc into 4the
public. TFreasury(:eteeptIig)fn casey where
the same is-now .regnired by law to be paid
-.to corporations-er otherwisek
II. That all taxes levied on propeirty, as~
prt scribed1 in the first section of this Act,
shall bc paid to the Tax Collector for the Dis
trict Cr Parish in which said property is loca
ted. And whenever any person, upon whom
a tax is imposed by thi-s Xct, has no visible
property upon which an execution can be Ice
vied, it shall be the duty of the Tfax-Collector
to sue out of the D)istrict Court a sIiecial at
tacmtent, attachinrg m-mneys and credits in
the hands of any one whomsoever, and due to
such person, which special attachmevnt shall
be cond(uctedt inl the samie way and be subject
to the same regulations a-s are provided for
special attachments in the Act to establish
District Courts: Providcd, That any em
plover may. make returns of the names of
such persons as are employed by him, and
pay the tax of such personf, in which case the
tax-receipt shall be a good anid valid set-off mn
any action for wa'ges by such employee
against such employer.
III. In mnakin'g assessments for taxes on
the value of taxable property used in man u
factring, or for railroad purposes within this
State, the value of the machinery used there
in siTall not be included, but only the value
of the lots and buildings as property merely.
IV. That the lots and houses on Sullhvan's
Island shall hereafter be returned to the Tax
Colector of the tax District in which they
are situated, in the same manner as other
town lots and houses, anid shall be liable to
the same rates. of taxationm.
V. That the taxes horein levicd .shall be]
paid only in gold or silver coin, UI)ited States
Treasury notes, or notes declared to be a legal
tender by the Gorernmnent of the United
States, or such bills receiv-able as may be is
sued under the authority of the present Leg
iature . a .als ay-cer t ifica tes of Jurors
and Constables for attendance on the Coart of
Common Pleas; pay-certitfeites. of bearers of
votes for Governor and Lieutenant-Governor
and Members of Congress; and pay-certifi
cates of Members of this session of the Legis
lature The Tax-Collectors of the several
collection Districts shall be allowed, on. all
sums of money paid into their-hands for taxes,
a commission as follows, tbat is to say t
The Tax-Collector of Horry and St. Ja*es',
Goose Creek, a commission at the rate of ten
per cent.; the Tax-Collect6rs of AndrsoN,
Chester,. Chesterfield, Christ Churh, Claren
don, Darlington, Greenville, Lancqstr,. Lan
rens, Lexington, Marion,. Marlborough, New
berry, Orange, Pickens, Prince ifam's,
Sartanburg, Alt Saints- St. Andrew's, St.
GeoreI's, Dorchester, St James', santee; St.
John-a, Berkeley, St. Like's, St.- Paul, St
Peter's, St. Thomas' and St.:Dennis', Union,
York, Williamsburg and Barnwell, at the
rate of seven per cent; the Tar-Cilector ref
St. Philip's and St Micheis, at the date of
four per cent., -until the_Comioipsion amouWts
to three thousand 'dollarsk an& after thit
amunt, on all remaining sains, ar one: per
cent.; all the other Tiz-Collectors,.s.eomaw
sion agithe rate~ of ive' per cent. Tax-VolIfc
tors shall make their returns- at the Tresary,.
in Columbia,on or before the Orstof Augst.
VL That before the. colecton of the taxes&
terein levied, an assessment shaul be pdIe of
the actual- value of the property taxed, an4.
t)r tha. _purpose the Ta,CoHectors Ofz'the
several Districts or Paiahes, except th Par
ighes of SL Philip and St. <fichhet.ii h'e.
by.constituxted Assessef, for *ich additjQaF
labor they Mall re'ceive as,ampensation a Um
equivalent to -forty per-ient, of eiraxcof6
Miissi-'s si Wied byi tAliiAt. Tl".este
Tax Coer, bfore er.s-u
ties gs Asspssr, shad .b
fichLe Merk of. iit o'Upa t e t t?
fellowingoath,' ici' sh4 Ube"
his commission via; ?- BI d promise
and swear tiat. f will, to'the best of,Vr *id
ty, execee the duties of Asses or -.-y:6o
lection District and rill without fAvw:offe}
taibty.,ascertain:and asses tba actol vafuej
of the -property, reil and p#,ecma1kpoiwm
an ad alorem tax is..af d beforega~d ter ikfe
puypos.of' hiring sdEh titx."
VII. it shal be the duay of thaAsesr inj
each DMtsftrii Wd-e
eac Dsrct t&reqdiin frorr sench'tgxayer,
or person suject to.taLtiorn 'under this* Act
a fiuH[retu'rn,on oath. of all c()ton, erode tutr
pentine, spirits-of turpentifie ad resik io his
oi her hands on the-Arat day of Octobe last."
suibject to- Uaxation -under this 'Act.;- - IA
e5e.any- tax-payer,-or periison'adb- et i f~ie
tax. shaji negoct <jr reuse:to make msah e
turn, on oath, as aforesaid, it shall te the'dw
ty of sch Assesor forthwi to aitess*it
probable value of suC cottoi-- crua 4 t
tine, spirts of turperney eIg n 6 nett
such tax in the haida of sueli person. asafore
said, whfeb said assessdeit shall -CU leTd 't
be true, and the- tax : be estimated th-reep
unlesshli tax-payer or personhable to sg
tax sh within ten ays-aller nPtIcLeber(
Make return, on oath, to such Assessi al
his cotton; crude turpientiae, spiitsoftp
tine ind resin so liable to -tax as afarissid.
VIJ, That itbshaltbethe diafy ofbrsa
surer .to- cause Theofficialbondef tLhas_ea
Tar-Collectors of this State to be. eaiOned
by the Commrissioners appoitMed fiu thueir #.e
spective tax Districts toapprdve gaect4
rities, and ii the said bonds are- touhdtoiV
sficient -and sitisfactory, tbIef~allt fe-li
their original approval theredf; bilt i~.f i
-et iqti t rt~ ha e itr
goodsnd sufcientisuretie, .~
IX. The treasurer of the Btate~J li.rebf~
uthofzid to-b6re, eastha faith and:cseditl
4the State, a,sm not exeeedi'ng .o;e Inni
dedthoesid dollrs, pa slevt tfi
tielre mnpths after date) and to 't.incho
collateril secorftfes as ia r reen
transfered to -tha State:~by'.the PtyseSI.On f
the Bak f fhieS$tate fbethe 'sanie- pdrpo50E
PriJed, 4gotsen. Jfs the said, IMga a[y
ready bteti rneghtiafed in aecordIance wii-. .
joint tegelation of-both IMau-n.ihAener
Asseinbly1, t'ern tIhe authority granted to. Ake:
15eaurer sball riot. bey e*egie ashes
sasttute fof- the'-note'or'the pr-esuden't of--th~
Bank.of ths$tae~ the Enota e - ''
te Treasury of- the Stand -Z - -P
.trmor'e, That the Treasare sha - exute4
an obligationi t6 the Frsdn ftsaio
all coilatetal securities he~ iay' obtain& irotnt
said Bank in behalf of 4leState.- -
X. ih5 taxes''rscHbet 54 E levie4 atr3
coIctedy tlifiaAts wellRa' the Bink Oh
one hundred t1ibusai1 dollats autltorsed~ te.
be borrowed by this Actsatd also af -bills fed
ceivabe which may be hereafter issned: by~
virLunpf any Aetbat ma*y-be passdi-at A*
present session of the General Assembly, shall
be paid .Mut Byv te--Tireasurer only -~ ob-6edi
ence to an Act of the General Assembly at its
present or some -fattre session.
XI. '[hat the Presidenit -and Dirottors of
the flarik of the St-ate of South Carolina be,
and they are, hereby authorized and r equired
to close the branches and agencies of said
Bak, and that the principal Bank in Char
leston shall cease to be a Bank of issue, but
hall continue to act as a Bank of deposit until
further action of the Legislature, and the said
President anid Directors are hereby author
ized and required to collet the assets and
property of the Bank, and hold the s:: me spe
cially appropr iated, first, to the payment of
the principal and interest of the bonds known
as the Fire Loan Bonds, payable in Europe -
second, to the payment of the principal and
interst of the Fire Loan Bonds, paytible in
the United States; and third, to the redemp
tion of out-standing notes hitherto issued by
said Bank. That the Bank aforesaid is here
by required to receive on special deposit, and
to pay out on checks founded on such depos
its such bills receivable o: other evidences of
indebtedness as the State may order to be is
sued in payment of amount due. That the
said Bank shall, as agen)t of the State, con
tinue to receive and hold on deposit, as now
provided by law, the funds of the State ; and
the Presideni. and Directors are hereby au
thorized and required- to make arrangements,
by an agency, for the reception, safe-keep
hig and paying out of-said fur.ds in Columbia,
on the draft 'r order of the Treasurer ; and
they shall also provide offices for the Comp
troller and Treasurer, and for these purposes
they are hereby authorized to use any part of
the new Stte Capitol, or any other building~
belonging to the State which may not be in
us b theh State.
In th* Senate Hdiesthd t#AY-W 40M *7.
of-Dcembe i' th:bear fo M
thousad eight Wdred an4 i'tptld i e
President J,tb,Sens't
C. I. SIMO MONy
Speaker of the House.0fEep
Approred: JasiLO -
LIST OF THWe'.ACTS A THR -
SESSION OF TA MN AL ' -
EN-- ENEtS6.- -
-An Aej to incopora
Urakc company. Aet ta SMi. 166il
ual Lawr An Atptmiar't4% - .
.d3dedtby-the emunRepti0rof slaies. -h-ki . T -~
to eOmbh6bl pie4t-Cgartv Au At6 n
and-renew the .ehrte Of tle C UoqsIensb
omupathijstom Au Ac - .~
At to=pide for- be - -.. A
-orgaitizatiuT Of th l itis. An Aa d' - .
heeYnitedt States. 44 -AcC-to ..Jneepe A 4
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olean~taaetensi~ -osepaesir
Yhe standar4a1rb.a.highaas - -Ie r
an ia<be State. . - g ~ .- 4 ~-. *
A-satisfactory com-pletioiref the whole Colle..- -
gate couP8e WiU be eqU ebefgEe ; dp %$
ecoaejred. - --
tSpecial at.etien paulto compositions. There
will be nio difficulty in securing good bord.at
reasonable ratea.
For further informnasion apply to
F. F. GARLY,
Sec'ry of the B'd of Trustees.
Jan 4, 2c.
lYill's House,
MEETING STREET,
Ch arleston, S. C.
T HIS House has been thoroughly repaired and
-refurnished, and cannot be excelled by any
n the city.JJOSEPH PURCELL,
Jan A Proprietor.
For Intendant and Wardens.
Intendant-W. G. MAYEIS,
Wardens-DR. KINGSMORE,
JOUN COATE,
THlE PEOPLE.
Intendant-JAS. M. BAXTER.
Wardens-W. G. MAYES,
JAS. CRAWFORD,
JAS. GAUNTT,
W. LA NGFORD.
In,tendant-S1L AS JCHNSTONE.
Wardens-J. B. CA RWiLE,
E. S. COPPOCK,
S. P. BOOZER,
J. R. hEATELL.
ST HE 31I8SES G1R A RDEAU will resume
Ihe exerein0 of their SC1100L on Tuesday, Jan.
2d. Sc-hioMrs -dmiitted at any timec and charged
iom ay o earnce.U-- Si

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