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yTels, the appellant paying,jn cash, tyr
, dollars for the report. which shall:'goti
the District Court Fund. No order :
any Ootlrts or Judge in this State. ahal
raiere printing by a rty to a.suit'
any report, brief or ot rpaper connect
ed with appeals.
XXXVII The various boards'
commissioners for theDistrict, instead c
tho reports heretofore made to the Supe
rioi Court of Law, shall" on tha.fin
quarterly sitting of the district court, i
each year, make such reports, to the diu
trict court. The district Judge shal
himself, examine these reports carefull
se that they opntain a full statement c
transactions, for the- year precedng,
well as a correct account of r~eeipts'an
expenditures, and point out erro u
omissions. He may also refer thest
the Graned Jury, in his Court, and Shl
thake nach order, in referenet to then
* as he may think likely to'secure in ftitul
acenrate conformity to law.
XXXVIII. In case of the vacane
of the office of a District Judge. b
death, resignation or otherwise, the Goi
ernorshal imnediately appoint a sum
cessor. who 61hal continue in office unt
a Judge shall be elected by the Legisli
ture. and shall-take the oath, of offief
The Distric Judgo, during his coptir
nance in offioesshall hold no other offic
of protit nr. trpsat in this State, or ti
XXXIX. In all process and. plea<
- ings in the district court, the largest lil
erty of amendment, consistent with faii
ness; shall' be allowed Indictmeni
shall be required to contain only so muc
as will give to the accused..reasonabl
information of the charge against whic
he is to defend himself.; substance, an
not form, shall bhslooked to; And techn
cal requirements shall not be permitte
to hinder or deliy'the administration'4
XL. The Judges of the Court 4
1ppeals shall from time to time, mak
ruleas for the orderly and uniform iransa
tion of business sid conduct of cases i
the several District Courts of the Stat<
and shall precribe'forms.short and sin
pie for the conduct of business, and ft
the assistance of officers and othvrs'cot
nected with these Courts.
XLI. The fees of officers for all as
vices which are requited by this Act.
eithe of the other Acts mentioned i
the "Act preliminary to the legislatic
induced by the emancipetion of Slaves,
and for which no special provision
made in any of these Acts, shall 'be ti
same as now prescribied by law for lik
services, except as is hereinafter provit
XLII. The Attorney-Generol, Sol
e citor, Deputy of either, or other Dii
trict Attorney, shall have :
Foeconvicting each offender in
the District Court of a capi.
tal crime, .15 0
oAr convicting each offender of
a felony,,., with benefit of
clergy, -or an aggravated
misdemeanor, , . 10 0
Fror cohvicting each offender
a petty misdemeanor, - 5 0
(Misdemeanors- to be .classifie'd accordin
to rulets to be adopted by the Court 4
For representing. the Tax Collect.
MAgistrare or other officer.
in a case for the trial of a
.questio of color or caste, *20 0
To be paid out of any public funja I
- the hands of such officer, and recovers
back from the adverse partyr, it the flin
decision should be against him..
.1XLIII. The clerk shall have,i
the following matters conncected witl
the Distriot Court, these fees, to wit :
e f~or all services respecting'-Juries, ii
chuding entries in the Journal,' receivin
resurris and making dertinecateh
for a jury at .a monthly sit.
For juris at a quarterly sit-u
For a new jnry list, and necseb~4
sry ticket.,. - X2 Q
For an ainal oyof tolilen
jurors and cosble tr~uf~'
m'itted to the urtier,, 6 Q
Por the anenual ,e~t from the ',
District CotV rsaiiued'
to the Treasurer , 0 0
For copying asy re~r r oth
er paper, or mahp aI~ en
try more than ones
words, in a jnn
For license granted 'b 4~
61f the District Jud
F ajl moneys paid in~
under order of Cott~~ i
For tiling &ny repot 'iuai
merit of apprentice~hip, 6 -
other pper ditd to b N
filed 'in his s~ *6th
Th srvices mentioned~i th
itema. required by said DisritLr
* htaltl bpa fe (out of Its (undl;s r
>quir~ttbv a bigtraeiihall be eoftet
> e y 7 m, along ht: his. on fees,
I Itom th1, rs lisile for th papr.
?r any kmin ; nottee, o ar, sen
f tence, j'ceai, nemne, or final which
- ighti prooeded, from a Magis.
traite, ifthe case be before the Judge of
f of the DiAtrict Court, and theClerk issue
the paper,>the fe#*of the Clerk shall be
the same as the Magistrit would have6
X1LWV. The Sheriff shall -have in
i the folidwing matteri connected with the
I, Disirict Coiut; these fees, to-wit:
, or obtain'ing a' copy of the
I Tax Coll-cior'n return and,
a helping te Clerk about, a
I .new Jiirf lit, $2 00
4 Fqr aununoinng a' Jury at a
j monthly sifting, 1 00
l1 For summoning a Jury ata
1, quarterly sitting, including ,
e the writing of summons, 1 50
Besides'mileage for the num-'
ber of miles actually and na,
r cessarily traversed in sum
moning a Jury,' at the rate
per milo of, 05
1 The Sheriff, or Constable, shall have
for derving. process and executing orders
. frpm the-District Court, (64ot intended
- to include the ordinary proceedings by
e summary Orocees,) the following fees,
e to wit :
For arresting an individual, or
I. serving a chattel under a ape.
. Cial 'order, or evicting a ten.
r. ant, or doing other specific
a service as duly required, 0 50
Ih For serving any process, sum
e mon-.or order not requiring
Ih any.specific action, 26
d With mileage from the place
whence the summons, order
d or other paper issued, t% the
of place df its service or execn
!ion, gving, but not return.
if ing, pe mile, . 05
e Fo,r receiviig money, note or
i- goods under special attach.
11 ment,' ' 50
i, For specific execution of a
i. sentence, 50
r For fees of the Clerk and Sheriff,
respecting the Juries in the District
Court, and the feaq of the Clerk for copy.
ing rolls an4 reports transmitted by him
to the Treasurer, and of the Magistrate.,
r for reports shall be paid out of the Dis.
,r trict Court Fund.
n XLV. A Magistrate. for the ser.
n vices mentioned below, shall have fees
, as follows, namely :
For a auinmonle or notice, and
* taking the return thereof , * 20
e For making and 'entering ar y
order or decision not below
mentioned, including a copy ,
if it is not terved, 20
For hearing and determining
any smial and inean cause, or.
any complaint., dispute or
controversy, includini -all 1.
cessary entrie of j gwent,
decree or order, 26
For the same ,as in the last
item, where more than fou4r
witnesses are examined,' 50
For an ordor'or eviction. 50
0 For a special attachment and
taking retrn thereof, -0
For returi of glrnisnee ,not
'I For birdivg out an apprentice
cludingithe instruments, .to
be paid by the rtnaater, 50
For approving a contract be.
twe~n~ma tr and servant, $0
Ftanyaddavit, not a rsf
For eamch quarteiy. report 'to'
'the D~1itrct Conft ti ia
' proved by the Died~ief
For each aen'-arniiial report to
the Qht~ an of the Bard
of erofIndigent F a~u
of V@odiot .Asappr's~ by
~I wIch hed Otot '~n
the 'e .a
in, like tmannet as,'in case of cuivietlon,
it, mIt have pone against the convict.
. XLVIII. For the district court of
Berkeley the provisions ofthis A ct shall
prevuil, sutject to the folkowing modil a
cations, iamely: The Clrk, Sherif,
Mast drsata Regiapelrs in Ehity. shid
Ordinary, for Charleston Ju icial Dis.
trict, shall have the 'samd powers aid be
subject to the same duties ahd liabilities, 1
in respect to Berkeley District, as like,
officers in other Dit'ricts. An appeal
from the Ordinary of Charleston Judi.
cial District, which under this Act,
should go to a District Court. shall go to
the District Court of Berkeley, according
t'the rides which, if such Election Dis.
trict had an Ordinary, would -determine
the Ordinary that aould have jrisdic
tion of theI matter in question. The va.
rious Boards of Commissioners in Berke.
ley District shall report tothe Couri of
that District and be subject to it in. like
manner, as in other Djstricts Boards are
to their respective' District Courts, The
records of Berkeley District shall be
keptin the offit of the Clerk of the Ju.
dicial District of Charleston. 'rhe
Judge of the District Court of Be!rkelay
way hold a monthly and qnarterly sit.
tings of his Cour at Puch places in bis
District as he may appoint, taking care
to give due public notice, and all process
of his Court shall be returnable to such
place as the Judge of I he. Cout may ap.
pint, iand be by suitable words framed
accordiigly. Jurors for common Juiries
shall be atinmmoned by -tie Sherifffron
any citizenA ot the District, and for
special Juries Jurors shall be drawn
from a'hox which contaitns the names
of all ciizona of the District, he Judge
being at liberty to reject, of tho drawn,
any ciiizen w 0t liven more than twenty
miles frm the place where the Court as
appointed to be held.
XLIX. All the -provimions of this
Act wilt apply to the District Court of
Charleston, aid all the offictrs of the
Judicial District of Charleston will oc.
cupydtha same relations to the District
Coturt of Charleston as like officers do in
other Judicial Districts to the Di rict
Court of such District, except as
this Act excepted in reference to Borke
In the Senate Heuse, the.twentieth day
of December. in the yesr of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and sixty.
W. D. PORTER,
President of the Senate.
C. H. SIMONTON,
Speaker of the House of Represent
(tiv w .d s 0 M s -
A 'WoxSItUPUL d~i-There
one of these eccentric and ntysterio,
members 6f the solar system that re
gnires five hundred and .seventy tw
yeard in which to nkke its revolution in
itA very eliptical orbit around the sun.
The frst account of its appearance on
record is 1,767. years before Christ.
when sooff tWok it to be the planet Ve
nus, eanging its appfarance and course.
It was aed th 4seco:*1 time 1.193'years
before Chriss,,and again 1.140 years
latet This last was 43 B. (., the year
after Alius Casar was killed in the
Roman Senatt. It liras certainly seen
A. D. 680, the fifth year of the Ituman
Tkieaccount' is, -at a remarkabla
comneC was afeen twenty days in the
month ofSeptember, and that, for some
timne after :the .un-,appea red pale. It
was due again in4. D 1105, and early
in the following yeas it was een. Its
tast appearance was is 1680. SIr Isaae
N*ewton anad others give an intereating
accolt of 4.' vehmcit' heat, be. -This
comet has been gone oneh hundred and
eighty five 'year;, ari will require about
one hundredland two years beforp, it
reach4. the fuirtheist part of it. orbit, and
ittgaes~et dlj#m fron the inn It
will be dne Iif agpin' ip the year 2256.
This wondqil ~met as we have said
iia. seen 1.76 IL. . nsd It suost have
piesire4 *ff ntded and'-seventy-Sv.
tear be, that Ushich would .have
b Ai%8 : 3pOi'years afteD the
Ba$; that according to our
Obronob og Cresiott '.hi larks
aixty-two t~ fitinme requtisk for
thercomet t ~ ce4*tplete revolution
s& hayr OeriaLn aIt mlgbt have
be p1.l spjue~ste from the snd
~atow t IdehttV nioved in
t eis probably now
v? ~reVlutinnin its
it~t operveioous are
41 d 40rollm bl;e..
Ats gwtadgna~ e
Taoiday leratag, Iaa*ary *9 18I60 a'
.validl A'variggia gt
-The co-partnership .of Thiinp
rithers &Co., ie'announced, rith
ng and generous list of goodui ,.We
sk especial attention to the aboy.
One Hundred Laborers Wan'e4.
Crawford & Millr Factors. Shipps a
Notice of renewal of Contract .,
After a necessary intermissioAotif . i
asues. we resume to-day the tegtoldi
lulication of our paper. Our fr'iends
n the country will remember the, 10.
ality of our office, immediately in the .
'ear of the store of Ladd Bros., at lhd
-esidence of Mrs. C. Ladd. A
The present circuity of ingress will
)e corrected in a day or two by cutting :
L door through the partition that sepa.
'ates n3 from the above twentionedd
itore, which will afford a direct entranq
Board,' for Cotrnels. A
Lt. Livensparger, S. B. Clowney and
Ja". S. Stewart, have been appointed' a
bxiard, consitituted tnder Circular 0.
lers from Gen. Ck-y, for ratification of
rroelmen's contracts in this District.,. I
The low Yct.
Another year has gcone to' its 'long I
account" and we stand face to face with !
khe great problems and issues, the tot
bleuh the trials-and hopes. the great mu 1
lations and revolutions, that must surely A
ie Prolved before the new is numbered A
gith the dead yearq.
It is a period of great signiaicance 'and a
even of solemnity. Around us lie the
wkeck and ruin of a dismantled civilisa.A
lion; eur towns and cities burned, our N
railroaas, our cotton giss and presses, I
our stock and implements ot agficulture t
and industry destroyed, money and cr' C
iit alike, gone, and destitution already i
proclainiag its wants, the labor of the
rountry regarded as demoralised and in.
mufficient, and dejection and deepunden. T
:y filling ton many liart and paralyzing c
Loo many. hands. 'hese are the ma. t
trisls and the shattered atoms of the C
Jte past, with 4hich the men of this c
generation are called upon '. reconsie
a new prosperity. t :.
It is a mihty laskewhich alic d p. (
Palo. But i'f we sit not sullen,.hs'plges '
md desponident, if we droiiefrom the I
n ournful memsuories of the past 'lou ,
rears, the inipirati.o4 6f courigo d!Af I
eroism,. of resolutio"en $4 nt.ivity 'that
will make. that periodc alomerabf- f .
o.'er, sif we appjly ours~e,1i'e W)Iht
oil and patietne to the wos'k,. Me ..
lieve that the close of this year wlli erIt.'
ness many ravages. repaired, comfort .
and plenty supplanting want and #nfe1r,
Ing in manty a houselofd, many a flid
regle'cted during the "carnialof -wr"
reclaimsed from the domlrion. of wed,
ad our country welladyasted uapon~ .hae
rarier of a sow glory.,
is something very siguinoentin thdJ,
owing : . ' .
"The Charleston ,(8. O) s
that thes south has' real[ loset n1
by emancipation,.for whil, the 'aii
lhe slaves before .hq .war hel.e~ t
1,heir masters now 16 eh
Ireedmen whs own she .'sud
hne'e there is,as far as stav. , operty Isa
tomeernesd just as muela wat in thio 1
~ates as ever there VaA.' '7he tpfo<
awna himalf. ,
Ii is a self-.evidenL proposition' that
whether the planter qn thaelrbor..tt, i
r whether the libores own *Kmaelves I
he; same amount d% ispe exists in I
he. country. If a ~(etn taer was *
illing to pay a 'dolsa lars for a U
i.gro'it mst ht becatse the ?
gro equid bvmsude -4 produce- by 1
is-labor a sat teturm on, the
)*'& or v. l I
r.r'eata I tot! A I4.-6.. t -1ltt. .
t.e capital of the coumtrv. r ...
i ple if a negro slave worth-on-e I houg
1d dollars produced untially ou t iih
ed and fifty dollars for hi.4 mast.r, nifo
e samt mnn whenfree produea- two,
)fdred dollars' for himsulf, his reatiye
klue when a freedman is
[fon vas: ::s.
TENISTA UNA TU,
aI SOMAaD WILLIAM DAViS.
This poem was published- a few years
mce-but frot- its beauty and .worth it.has
lioen from the scar le'ves qf the past.
d is seat to attune afrsh the harpsiobord
the heart- by
A FaICo iv vin AunOSa.
.!oice must ever flI my ear,
never lose one tone
kid though J know my dream was vain
st esill I am thine own.
h Iwhy should it tot he to t~hee,
lAtjhou wilt ever prove to mue,
YVetisa una tu.
ft. oft I when on my couch to sleep,
tad when tei slumber came,
e caught a sound, and blushed to And,
breathed aloud thi name.
low could I c'en to voiceless air
he wishes of my heart declare?
Venista U114 Ia.
hear thee named by those who may,
fold thee to their heart,
Ad envy them their right to say,
low very dear thou art,
nd yet I know it cannot be,
'heir love can equal mine for thee,
rith aching heart I walk alone,
tt those reveries are flown,
ihich once upon my quiet hours
Ike airy pageants shone ;
feeltoo deeply far t6be, 4
[ow. soothed. or pleased with phantasy
Vneota upla Iu.
et fondly turns my heart to thee,
ad fftters for thy sake,
ad though that heart may break yet still
ull faitd~ul It will break '
or bow can I forget the hour
Phen first I felt thy beauties powtir
Venista una IV.
diAu I yet wherefere sayadieu t
line are no parting words
may dot trysto wake one tone,
[pon thy memory's chordi,
'et sad it Is that love like mine,
lould never win one smile of thine.
vesista una IV.
Ridgeweg, B. C
A W bD1-XO Tat UNDER DIPPtCUL
t~s.-The Nadhville Press and 7Vrnes,
f the 24th tit.,- . mays : "A wedding
ndk place on last Thursday night near
Mcelia Academy one mile from ' the
ty at the residence of Mr. Grizzle, at
rhich Governor Brownlow officiated as
haplain. The bride was Miss Site
-rizzle, and the bridegroom .Captain
loddard, U. S. A. As the rond to the
uene of the nuptials runs throigh 4an
aroua territory and after dork is a'oul
s perilona as that which ruis through
rotto del Cave, or the Shadow of deth
he Governor and his companiona rode
it in A carriago with their revolvers
a their laps, and thus accontped, atriv
4 safely at the spot. with no lives lost,
vhitch may be regarded as quite' a at
ni these times. The earring,-, in whitrh
vere Captaih Goddard and his fri.'ade,
tent opt by wsy. of College street, no
ther car,-iages..ing in company. W hien
t reached the viemity of the Smtapher
pritng three ruaffianas rushed ot4 and
.ied the horses by the bridle. The
)Apualn and his friend., instantly dJrew
heir pistols, whiereujport the hi gh way men
dok to precipitate flight. The driver
a* excedi ngly irightened!' 'as his
orses were resttve and wifd. and
eggted his part' not to fire, as he culd
ot hold 'his team. -'o the~ gentyn
r6'e1.cont~frained, mneh go the-r ch grin,
b'puit'up their pistob.. .. The w r ke
lipearance of the 'Governor an - . I
at~sthey- Msmounted, arme4 ~ the
eharegular matrimonial, irtenelsd
>adc aused no little langhter frotm the
asrntmbled gunesta. Out Hvmen Iocked
rms wiF, grim visaged Mas, the: -cern
nony was performed ptrasantly, andeall
The flnese'oratige trees in Eutrope, in'
he superb coleleto at- Dresden won~
rought as bellast in the shape of mese
locks of timber, withbolt roots nrhbranch
s, in the hold of i German vessel, and
snnl theit' wyay to Saxony. Some
strions gutrderner grikions to know what,
lant frfnished' this new wood, .plmnted"
hems bitt unfortuinately mistook the- ip
ecr end for ,the oWer and thue $ctuhm
uraed the) >or ,smultd tree upt
kieva. In spit. Qf thia qray nmu
muIne hi k Jen voage, and
on'th oti t.