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Gen. Can by, on Monday, issued
the-following order. which ex
I. It having been represented
that. owing to certain informali
ties and non-compliance with cer
tain regtUations prescribed by the
laws of the State;and by military
orders, for drawing juries in
South Carroling, such drawings
have, in some cases, been render
edirregular and invalid, it is or
That juries heretofore drawn,
orwhich. previous to the regular
spring terms of the Circuit Courts
noq approaching, may be drawn.
for a Circuit or District Court, in
any Judicial District of South
Carolina, whether the provisions
of General Ordere No. 32, or No.
89, or No. 100. of the year 1867.
from these .Headquarters, were
regarded in the preparation of the
Ilt fiom whieh any drawing was
mdo or may be made, and
whether such drawing was, or
!"M.y be. at a regular term. of any
court, or at an extra court, or by
the clerk of a court and the she
riff of a District -in the presence of
a magistrate, and whether such
extra court or drawing by officers
of any eotrt was. ordered by the
Governor Of the State, any Judge,
Cireuit Court, or Court of Appeals,
are hereby legalized ; and, the
-inght of cballenge as given by'.the
said General Orders No. 49-,nd
he necessary drawing of -tales,
are hereby preseivod as hereto
At the next spring tems of
the Circuit and District Courts.
reepTiely; - - and whensoever
W3reafter new juiry lists are to be
made for any District, jury lists
abstl be prepared foir the list of all
:-male citizens therein who shalJ
have paid their taxes within the
* -t*ive months next ppoceeding;
andhalfange shall be allo-wed. iii
* conformity with General Orders
! K.. 89.
>3. Upon the return of the ve
aires,. the..presiding judge of' the
*ceurt..shall be authorized, at the
- exppan~efling of juries so drawn, to
set aside any juror'for persona! un
fittess by reason of intellectual or
* im@ral disqualificationts; provided,
that race, color . or. former con di
tion 4f servitude shall not of itself
~a gretnd of exclusioni.
SThe -Court of Common
Pleas_aniAeneral Sessions in
South Carolina, are hereby inves
tied with -concurrent -jurisdiction
with the District Courtsi of all
cases and matters of which t1he
District Courts have jurisdiction
unoder the Constitution and laws
* ithe State.
III. The provisions of the act
.Nf eneral Assembly of the .State
of South Carolina, entitled "An
Act to Amend the law inrelation
-to tenants," approved December
- 19, -1866, shall be construed to ex
tend-and apply to all cases- of ten
- - o&ies,-.wh'ether at will or for a
tMrm limited by the Act of the
*- parties, or by operation of law,
andwhehersuch tenancies were
created by parol 6r bf written
leases di~ contraets of letting,
* wbere,er rent shall be due and in
ai-re#is, or- wherever th.e tenant
sl3all hold over after the cessation
of his rightoaf occupaney. When
reit application:is .made to a
snagistrate to emove a tenant for
aig' cause within the intent of
aid Act, as hereby construed, it
shall be the duty of such magis
trate, and of the sheriff or consta
ble, to proceed under the act
-herein recited. and to charge no
greater fees than those therein
IV. In no criminal case where
there is appeal from any other
* ourt to the Court of Appeals,
sball it be necessary for the ac
cased to appear in person before
the Court of Appeals, but in a
ease of capital felony, the Court of
Appeals, at its discretion, with
regard to expediency as to the
time and place of sentence, may
order a prisoner to be brought be
Jim Wolf and the Tom Cats.
Here is one of Mark Twain's good
stories. He knows how to make the
reader laugh, and if the following does
not provnk e a snule it is because there is
no mirth in mankin'd during the hot
I knew by the sympathetic glow upon
his bald head-I knew by the thought
ful look upon his~ face-I krnew by the
emotional flush upon the strawberry on
the end of the old free liver's nose, that
Simon Wneeler',. ummry was busy with
the olden L.ime. An~d so I prepared to
leave, beesu'- all these- were symptoms
ofa reminiscenIce-signs that lbe was
tiresome pcrsonaT experiences-but I
was too slow ; he had got the start of
me. As nearly as I can recollect, the
infliction was couched in the following
"We were all the boys, then, and
ddn't care for nothing, anid didn't have
no troubk-s, and didn't worry about
nothii g only how to shirk school and
keep up a revivin' state of devilment
all the time. This yar Jim Wolf I was
a talking about was the prentice, and he
was the bes hearted feller, he was, and
th6 wost forgivin' and onselfish, I ever
see -well, there couldn't be a more
bullier boy than he was, take him how
you would ; and sorry enough I was when
I sete him fhr the last time.
"Me and lenry , as always pestering
him anii plastering 1:oss hills on his Iack
3:nd putting humble bees in his bed, and
so on, and s!ttetimes wed crowd in and
hnk with h1in,not'tsta:ding hi growl
ing m:d then we'd Itt 41n to get mad and
nglht acfo:t him, so as to keep him stir
ed UP !Ike. H1e was nineteen, he was,
and long, and lank, and ba.hful, and we
was fifteen and, sixteen, tolerably lazy
"So that night, you know, that my
:i-ster Mary give the candy pullin' th-ev
started'us off to bed early, so as
the com;.any could have full. swing, and
we rung in on Jim to havesome fun.
"Our window looked out onto the roof
of the ell, and about ten o'clock a couple
t.f old torn cats got to rarin' and chargin'
aroiund on it and carryin on like sin.
There was four inches or snow on the
roof, and it was frozen so that theic
was u tight smart crust of ice oi it, nd
the moon was shining, bright, and we
could scethem cntslike daylight. First
they'd stand of and e-vow-yow-yow-yow,
just the samc as if they tTas a cussin one
1no0the-r, you -'know and how up their
uacks and pu'h up their tails, and swe!l
around ani spit, -nd then all of su-lden
the gray cat he'd snatch a handful of fur
out of the yelkr cat's han and spin her
around, like a buatom on a barn-door.
BUt the Vller cat was game, and he'd
come an.i clinch, and the way they'd
goUge, anid hite hrd howl ; and the way
they'd tmake the fur fly was powerful.
"Well Jim, he got digusted with the
row, and 'lewed he'd climb out thire and
shake him off'n the roof. He hadn't
reely no notion doirn' it likely, but we
everlasting'y dogged him, and bully
ragged 1 im, and, 'lo sed how . he
would tak~e a dare, and so on, till bimeby
he-higue.d up--the winder, and lo and
behold he went-went exactly as he was
-nothin' on but a shirt and itwas short.
Butt you ought to have see him I You
ought, tose him creepin' over that ice,
anid diggin' his toe-nails and finger-nails
in fo)r to' keep from'- slidin' ; and 'bove
all, you ought to have seen that shirt
flappn' in the wind, and them long
ridiculous shanks of his'n a glistninm' in
"Them comip'ny folks was down there
uider the eaves, the whole squad of'eum
undb-r that onery shed of old dead
Wahi'ton' Bower vines-all settin'
ramnd ahout two dozen~ sassers of hot
candy, which they sot in the snow to
cool. Aud they was laughin' and talk in'
lively ; but they didn't know nothin' 'hout
the panorama that was goin' on over their
heads. WVell, Jim he went a sneakin
n umbeknowvns to them tomn cats-they
was a swisitin' their taids, yowyowin'
and threatemin' to clinch,. you know.
and not payin' any attention-he was a
sneakin' right up to the conmli of the roof,
till he was in a foot and a half of'em, and
then all of a suddeni ho made a grab for
the yaller cat! But by gosh he missed
he and slipped his hoit, and his heels
iew up and he flopped on his back and
shot off"n that roof like a dart! went a
smasin' and. a crashin' down through1
them old rusfy vines and right in ti e
dead centre of them comue'ny people !
sot down like an .earth quake in them
two dow&n sassers of red-hot candy,; and
let off a bowl that was bark from the
tomb! Them girls-well they felt you
knor. They see he warn't 'dressed for
cop'ny artd so they left. All done in a
second, it was just one little war whoop,
and a whish ! of their dresses and blame
-the we'ich of'em, was in sight any whars !
"Jim, he was a sight. He was gor
med with that hili' hot molasses candy
clean down to his heels, and had more
hsted sassers hanigin' to him than if he
was a Inigun princess-anid he came a
pranin;g' up stairs just a whoopin' and
a cussin', and every jump he gave he
shed some china, and every squirm he
fetched he dripped sorme candly!
"Al. blistered ! Why bless my soul,
that pore creature couldn't reely sit
down comfortable for as much as four
Attend to Your Children's Teeth
We are so often called on to extract the
first Molars or J w Teeth for children, and
to regulate or strengthen the front teeth,
which become crooked from neglect, that
we think it advisable to call the attention of
prents. ro the subject; so that the back teeth
my he filled. tnd the fr ont teeth noticed
whIlst children are cutting their second set,
so as to prevent their coming irreaular.
Children shed. or lose but ten teeth from the
upper jaw. and ten from the lower jaw. and
h- Molars, or j aw teeth, which they cut
BACK of these. belong to theirmadult or grown
set M:,ny persons say they were not aware
of this racr. Now tnotice and act according
ly Charges very moderate Termsm cash.
R S. W H ALEY. Surgeon Dentist.
Newberry, Jan. 15, 1868.
Cokesbury Dist., S. C. Conference-ist Quarter.
Cokebury station. J'tn 4. 5; Newberry
staOti Jan 11 12: Edgefield et., Jan 25 26;
Cokehurv et. 1. 2, lBtletr, Feb 8, 9 ; Ma
peon Feb 15, 16; Clin:on an'd Laurens,
Feb 22, 23; Newa b-rrv or February 29,
March 1; Atbville, March 7. 8; Eteedy
River M:'rch 14. 15.
The D[<trici sie'ards will meet at Cokes
u on rueshav the 4th of Fe-b. A full at
tendance of the Board is earnestly re quested.
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District Court of' the U. States,
District of South Carolina.
In the matter of T. S. DUNCAN, Bankrupt.
District of South Carolina.
This is to give notice that on the '7th day
of January, 1868, a warrant of Bankruptcv
was issued out of the District C7ourt. of the
United States for the Di'strict o! South
Carolina, agains: the' estate of T. S. Duncan
of Newberry' (Gout House in the District of
Newberrr, i~n said Distrier, who has been
adjudged a Ban.krupt on his own petition:
That the payment of any debts anid the de
livery of any property b,elonging to such'
Bankrupt; to himt, or for his use, and the
transfer of any property by himt, ate Jorbi
den by law: and that a meeting of the
Creditors of said B;ankrnpt, to prove their
debts, and to choose one or more Assigtnees
of his estate, will be held at a Court of
Bankruptcy, to be holden at Newherry
ourt House at the office of, and before
Henry Summer, Esq., Register in Bank
ruptcy for said District, on the 28th day of
January, A. D., 1868, at 12 o'clock, M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
U. S. Marshall So. Ca. District,
by GEORGE LARSEN,
Jan 8 2 3 Deputy Messenger.
100 tons warranted genuine Peruvian,
from the Agent of the Peruviatn Govern
ment, on hand and for sal!e byv
SILAS JOHNSTONE & Wx. F. N&NCE,
October 23 43
FASHIONABLE BARBER and
RESPECTFULLY announces to the gen
tlemen of Newherry, that he has removed to
the room in the rear of the Newberry Ilotel,
where he will he happy to wait upon all in
the exercise of his profession. His ob'ject
is to please the mnost fnstidious taste, and
the keeping of his shop shall be alter the
most unexceptionable style.
Shaving, Trimmtiing, Shampooing, and
Hairding~ executed in thme most approved
s Imp-roved C
Improved Cotton Tie, v bich we have n
ST TIE IN U
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to marra:t us in the asse;ion t13t it is desti
nt wi-h undoubted strongth and durability.
ollowing points : The perfect consth ueti.n
d in, p4tled ont or to FAILL oUT ; .1n1d.is used
ieh it works is asily undertood fe6m the et
e lst.. The simple pro -e-s of runig the
lening being perfWcted-.the moment the pres
smair. presenteig ai evettsirface, bar'no rc
reat objection to other Ties, which are w
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EST DRY GOODS ever brought
Lowest Prices in New York and
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House, and will be glad to see his:
At BANCROFT'S OLI
We are now receiVing a lar
Special attention given to the selection of a)
also for Planters' rrade.
Our Stocks are constantly replenished
and Patterns of the Season.
We keep always on hand Full LUnes of1
Advnce on A tns' pric, fr (AS 11 or CT
N. B. -Samples. with Price Lists, sent (f
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His S'tock has beeun selected with the grea
and it will be greatly to the advantage of bu
secure bargains. His store is eligibly siLtatE
Application will be miade at the next
meeting of the Legislature of' this Staute for
aI Act Incorporating a Freedmuan's School
in the Townt of Newhierry
CHIA RLEY ('ANNON,
J AMiES LONG8IIORE, ~.Freedmen.
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Bnd ino the Buckle and letting it go at the
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ugh edges or protradig points, -eusequeftly U
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A Hearse is always on hand and will e
rmished at the rate of $10 per day,
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riber respectfully asks for a contitizatiS
' the same, and assures the public that
> effort on his part will be spared to render
e utmost satisfaction.
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60 cases Piantatioin Bitters,
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