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class, and of the day when paymeni
shall be made. Every person liable tc
pay, who fails to pay on the day appoint
ed, shall become liable to pay a douibh
tax, if he shall not make to the Magis
trato a satisfactory excuse 1 and against
him the Magisteate may issue proces
in tihe nature olffierifacias, special at
tachment, and other process most likely
to exact payment; any or all of which
shall bE executed by a constable or the
LXXX VILE. It shall be the duty o1
every porson who is occupant of a house
or premises, within seven day's after no
tice to report, iii writing and on oath t
a Magistrate of the precinct in whicl
such hi-mse or premises are, the nam es
sexes, ages and occupations of all per
son.s of color in tihe said house. or on the
said premises, who ace unable to earn i
livlihood for thteniselves and resiectivi
families, with the cause of tile disabiliij
as to each one, and also in respect t<
each one of such peronis th'. name
place of at ode, and abilit.y, so far as ma
be knowif, of every rebnion who is, AC
cording to the provisiois hereinbefor
contained, bound to contribute to thi
support. of such person. For ever)
failure, without good excuse, to ink<
report. as herein required, an occupaItt 0
house or preiises as 'aforesaid, shall b
liable to a fine nut exceeding twenty
dollars, nor liss than five dollars ; t.o b
paid immedi-itely , or if it. should not b
paid. substitution of other punishment t
take place, as i other cases of lines no
LXXXIX. It shall be the du v<
'very magistrate to make diligent i
quiry into tie condition andl wants of th
colored poor within his precinct ; t<
give pu-ic notice when repoit
from oectpants as aforesaid are re
qiired,; to require such repott withii
a monrh b)% f'ore each regular ieeting o
the Bottd of Relief of I ndigent Person
of Color, and whensoever else the sai<
board may dire:t ; to exatine seCh re
ports when made tv him ; from then
and other information, to ascerta in thi
correctness of th'e facts thoreinii stated
to enforce, as fir as possible, tle obliga
tion of persons boumd, as before Trolvid
ed, to cothribuite to the support of pool
relat ions. and to . make reports to the
Board aforesaid as hereinaher directed,
and to the Dist rict. Court as is requtiret
by the "Act to establish Districi
XC. Every Magistrate ' shall, be
sides thie <parterly reports which ie i
reqiired to make to tho District Court
make, on lthe Mondav next precediti
the first. Monday of "ebruary vame
Angust, eve' .yearl a seimi-annuial re
port to the.Chiairnan of tle Board afore
said ; which report shall clearly e'xh ibit,
for the tine since his last precedinp
seni-annual report, all his receipts, al
payments, all his comlmissions, the condi
tion of the coloted population within hii
precidet, the name, sex, age, occupatior
and particular disability of every per.sot
of color it that population who ipay re
quira sssistance from the public ; the
which, in his opinion, is necessary fo
such persdn, and the suni requiredl fo
his whole precinct. Ii the receipts 'l1
distinction shall 'be observed hetweet
collection*s and moneys ttirned over t4
the Malgsitrate by some other officer, th,
particilars and 'sum of each bein)
shown. The collections shall be classi
fled according to the sources from wich
they proceeded, or for instance aid.
from contracts, aids from instruemenits o
apprenticeship, fities, taxes. Unide
taxes shall appear the name' and sex o
the person from whom each item wa:
collected. The sutms paid for this sup
port of yotir rela tions, - nd .by, and foi
whom, shall be set forth. In the expen
ditures distinction..aball 'he observer
between actual disbursements'anid .aml
turned over to others officers ; and th
diff'erent purposes of 'disbursernent~b
arranged under suitable heads.'e Ever
expenditure mtust be accorupalnied by:
proper voucher unless .it shouild appeal
that if was impr'acticable to obtain, one
For any failure to *make ,a ripo'rt li
herein requxired, a Magisti-ate: shall be
liabl'e to indietment shall'pay a fine rio
- exceeding fifty dollars,,. k4or lesi that
XCL. The ocima of thes boart
aforesaid, besides the quartirly report
which, by' thes "Act to establish Distric
* Courts, lie is reqtuired, to make to Lhb
District Court, shall, at eadh .regular sit
ting of the said bovrd, and whensoeve
else, lie may be requtired by the saic
board, or by the District Jndge, m~ake te
board, in respect to bis' .own .acts a
Magistrate of a, precinct, sucha report a
Is treqmired from ' anothter Magistra to,
lay b~efore the board the reportse mnjde. t
J )im by oth'er Msgistr4tes; and ales
* ~snks a fuill and' pat a~lr 'eport;. i
'which shall be condsdeI the informa
t ion. obtained frem- the 'sedhi-annticlre
poritof the. Magietrates, so as go' shoci
the conditmo tnd ne.' of athe ..AMo
District and of each E.
port shall also exii I
expenditures for t
since the report las [tit
under propr., hsho the
slims received W . lurcej a 1.
what. Maghtfrte1 t .9a turned over
fromn one ofiftfcommissions,
e'xfpenses .a1tij|ic9t uidtia for pioor rela
tions, INachir iall' partictilarly
specify all': If ejeri.es of' Magistrates
duringl its - ieri and th eames of de
linquents, ] oianyi failure-to make re.
port. as here ;e jnared; the Chairman
sUhall'be liable to, indictiment. and upon
emiiction, shall pay a file not exceed
mg .one Itnidred dollars nor less than
XO1 ThI$Boardl of Belief of Indi.
geit Ptlrsonsof Color shall determine
the 91um necessary for the support of
(acl imdigentp ierson of color, who shall
be deeimie a proper charge oin tie pub
lie. hie soin rqutired by each precinct.,
toi- snum which siall be paid to each
Magistrate to be disbursed. hv him, when
reports from occiiants as aforesaid shasll
be req.ui ire), am whIen i tax shtall he im
posed. It shal direct the Magistrate
respectively in the performance o( the
duties required of them in reference' to
pau pera and the Di4triet Court himld, and
it siall report to the District Court all
delinqieticies and deJinqient.s.
X1 11. The balaitice of thte DIriet
Court Iund which, as provid-d Jy the
"Act to estalblish Diqtrict Coirts/' shail.
tinder t lie order of t.he District Judge he
pail to the chairiiinii aforesaid, shall un
der thihe order of he Board aforesaid, he
distributed to tho Magistrates of pre
cinc-ts. and be by them dishnrsed for t''h
relief of indigent per.sons of color, and
other uses of the Board, qs may be di
reeted. The mnintites of the Board sh.ll
show tie sum assigned to. eachi Magis.
Irate. and ilhe receipt. of the M agistrat
for every sum paid to him shall be t:ik
en by the chairman of tihe '1oard, alml
shall accompany' the next report of Ie
chatirman'squarterly report to the Diis.
trimt Court in which such payhtent is
XCI V. On satisfactory information
!o e illstrict Judge, or a .\hagistrate,
that a persoti ofcolor ias removed front
another District. and is likely to become
a charge to the District. into whichli he
has removed, t lie District Judge,or Mag.
istraie, shall pr6ceed against. sueh a per.
son as it vagrant, und, on convican,,11, Ie
shall be puinlshed as such: PhMi-ded,
/ow r, That persons of color - who
were 'removed by their former tmasters
from othe-r Distriets, within t he last five
years, shall be allowed twelve months to
retirn to'the Districts from whikh they
were removed ; and those who have
been separated from their familirs or
relatives shall be allowed to return to
them within twelve months.
XCV. These aro public griev.
ances, and ninst he pinished as crimes.
XGVI. All persons who hav not
some fixed and knowned place of abode,
and some lawful and' reputable emplov
ment ; those who have not. some visible
and known means of a fair, honest. and
reputable livehihood; all commotn prosti.
iutes; those who are found wandoring
from place to place, venling, barterinig
or peddliig any articles or- conmolines,
without a license fromi the District
Judge, or other proper authorit's ; all
common gutamblers; parsons whlo lead]
idle or disorderly or disreput able -housa
or plnces ; those who, not having soml
cietit means of support, are able '.o wvork
and dio not work ; thiose who (whether
or nt they own lands, or are lessees or
me-:banies,) do not provide 'a reasonable
and proper maintenance, for themselves
anid families ; those whto are engaged in
represemnting publicly or privately, for
fee o'r reward, - ythout license, anv
tragedy, intrdom edy, farce, play,
or otheresimilar0 gertaiinwent; q.xhibi
tigi ofi.tpe-oircup, eleight~of-he~nd,,. war
wcgk b l e k; theote whio for pri aite
(At ne give any concert
otns i sn~o n descrip -
comoioitl'tf, rds; Nfhose who hunt
gante nffy~~jton, or flah on the
landt . or . -.Anexit the premises,
con *, ilof, the occupants;
shfL ~ rants, and' liable to
'ptii ~after provided.
rnformation, or riaths,
of stn a ,own' knowlege
issafla -'.,e 5o
Atr. y, 3 proceed to
era, orci ed, erep
a sis pr
-mnay commit thwa
fore the DistLrict Cot
the defendant ehall be Ifi
eut, and to h dI labor, one or botha
.hh b ftixed i the verdict, not eir?
ceeding twelve 'months.
I lie defendant, if setil
te~nced l.o hard, la bor, - a fttur convictiow
"may by order of the District Jitige or
Magistrate, before whom he was con.
victed, be .hired for such wages as can be
obtained for his service. to any owner
or hesse of a farin, for the terin of hard
labor Jo wliiel lie was sentenced, or. he
hired for tie same Lihor on tie strets,
public roads or public buildings The
per.<on receiving such vAgrnnt. siall ha1ve
all the rights an( remedies for enforcing
good cotduet an(] diligence at labor that
are hierein pruvided in the case of master
XCIX The provisions concerning
vagrancy shall not be construed to. re
peal any other Act or Acts, in the
whole part consistent ierewith.
Tarsday Morning, Jaltuary 16, 1866.
Ketchin, -cMaster & Co , Appear
thias moming im an assortment of notiev's.
Our readers will not fail. to give I lenm
H. W. Kinsman. Charleston, adver
tises Phttwphate of Lime.
Rtvad Card of G. II. Wlier & Co.
Our readers will rejoic'. with us over
the coniph-ltion in tlis piblicatiot of the
voltitiiois and all but in ermina le
Dist rici Coda. The space for t ivo weeks
past. absorbed by its miltittidinous tn.
acti ni and provisions, will be here.
after dovoted to matter of grvater' it.
terest it not.of more importaice.
__ 0 11-04-- - -
By)j privat,- coimiuniteation we learn
that ie following staff appoint me.w
have ?een niide by MajOir Giiral J. 13.
Kers a w, Conmanding 31 Division- or
J. 1. Davis, Camdeu, Adjuiit.t and
In11ptOr General, with rank oif Colowvl.
W D Padie. l.. ;., .
teGeneral, rank Major.
Sanl. D. Shannon, Camdein. W. M.
Dwight, Winnsboro', and 1) StP. )i
Bose. 'larendon, Aids de Campy, rank
Broken , Banks.
Th' lClarlotte 7ines publishes the,
foo g letter fronilie Deputy Comp.
trolle >f tie Currency. As there is a
very fevalent impression of the insol.
vency r many of'theoNatio'nal Banks.
Nor tie informatiop' which it, con.
veys j y b)e of intere t.
RaAsuRY DRP RTMKNT.
O ,ice 7omnptroller of t Currency.
Washington, Jan. 8, 1866g.
Dita SIR: Your I ter of the 2d
inst., 'nelosing, a list o Na'innal Banks
puiblisiwud in the Soih n papers under
the enption of "Broke Banks," is re
ceived aind yotar sugge ons notted.
The only National- ahik that has
fieled isi 'Th First N iovial Batnk of
A ttica," N. Y., capit *.50,000. Its
cirenhlaion at the tim of fatilure WA
*40,000 avid is receival by all Nation.
mu ltanks at par, and is ow redleemed i
'in lawlal money tipon esetntation at
the TIrieasury of the UJ d States.
Yotiiare, at liberty t ive inch pitb.
licity to this statement. a qu nmay deemt
proper. .e: e .f ullv
Jovw\V!~PVey. R ientll 'raM
H,' A i.SR.'IC Jita Vvcs.,
datd t. ra~fo~iDep. oritolr 25
, ion W s, tqin heintFrt.
aiona Banha g N. ar'.
da tdat,ih Crawforl orgi, 2th
improved greitty uhere turn hume ~
buvt the conntrtVflyid i orso copdsi.
.th.lan i exptc . ~Thal
of the people,i sr a p r
of civil la w S1ial; ) dL~
gaged in doitgg 4Iica effe&
result. I d~~is -that
tt'ot and trugptrIoti 14
c'ftneils at Wahin4 fA
ofr( td do theb4ht
tkui god wil -1
the fnd thent,~. r
~4 hem gbthpy p ~
tnt. J. V. Keysi , Is sou
sh yrem, cipsens If
. -0.,-and F. G.
of Georgia, hav
be fb (ilis city and cbthuPa
injail Rwait.their trlI of the charge
of. ign ng thre deral noldie-ra at
Brown'sa erry,,i Anderson District, 64l
the Sa\fkbah 'Ritr, on the night of
the Atlh Iof October, 1865 The mur.
dered im,' weret.at i-med the're n'a* a
gnkfd ofersome cotto elaim -d as pro.
party of i ie Unitsd Stiates, PAr. the mo.
live of tie act, is upposed to havebeen
either revenge Attthe seizure of the cot.
ton, 6r to get rid of the guard in' order
to reinove it. As the cotton was not
touched after the nmrder, thA former
motive is the more prbable one. The
murder occnrred'about I1 P. M., on 'the
night of the 8th of October The three
sohliers were fonmd on thy next morning
in the river, near the ferry-hoat, two of
them shot through the head, from ear to
ear; and the third. thron'lth the neck, in
Sneh amanner as to prodnee the impres
siontha fit he died rather by' drowning,thin.
from his wound. Their arms, accon.
trements. and horses. and the boots of
one of the men, were missing. The
prisoners charged with the murder will
he tried by a M ilitary ConItrassion. which
will cgnis. of' Major GenerAl Devens,
Brigedier General Gardini, Lieutenimnt.
Colonel Clitz, Captain Payne, anI Lien.
teuart ; the list four of whom
belong to the IRegular Army. LfinhUn.
ar t.Culonel Willard aicts a Judge Aid
vocate. Tie trial will comnence .on
Monday, tIe 15t:h inst., and the priso.
ners will he dea'fe'nldedl by the 16nH *
Arnistemd 4Uirt.. Every facihty has.
been afforded to theth in securing the
attendaine of their witnesses.
This trial wiiI be looked to witi grea'a
interest, as detaerimming anthoritative.
ly the powe'r of military coninussiois in
i bis State. and da'fianing what actj are to
be rie'garled as miltary offubces, as con
tra-disti nguished from those cognizable
by thw civil courts of tlae Srate or the
Ujaired States. 9
T ha. character of the cofficers Oppoinat.
ed as ana-bers of this commiiinn is
'anarf if a disposition upon the part of
tha-iapa rtnent, commander to give to
tine conr i clain to respeot, and to fr.
m6. b a guaratee that its deter nation
will h gu:idet d by those prieir which
it n: ah law, lowever T1, ona
im Ih the.ry of law its juiris Ctaon In ty
11a'pae tai. j' 01'ei- moi - D--veau ,,I .
hna-ti long known as Conimaid-r of ta
Miharry District of' Charleseon'l Geno
-al (anrdiir will be reneniered as that
comna..der of Fort. Monlrie before tile
wvar; Colone.l Clitz is a grnudate of
West, P-inta ; and a ha ot hr offlcera
na med belong I."- the G i Iteglar Ialfan.
try, Inowon dlty In this ple..
' Charkcstin Nr ws.
E i.oQvi.:%*(s'P Sr. PAPIt..-...n ie
Vatican Uibrarv there is preserved a
rragnaot of Longiinns at thl1e beginning of
ahe New T.stmirnent whigh is vetry inter.
sting sand valuable as a testimony 'of
last great critie'a judgement. After he
aIs nnumbered rip the 'most celebrated
mithorsn amiong the Grecians he says.
'Add to these Paul of Tarsus, the 'Pa.
ron of an opinion not yet fully proved."
k a heathen hit condetnna the Chlip.
ian religion hut as an imperial critic lie
idgeas avorable of the prmnotr and
rachaer of iu It ads grest n ight to hi
Pinaiont of Sn. Paul's aitiis, that,' w-ia
11 lhe prbjaadic.. he maci hrave a'ntoar iii
I agams ui;t Im, Ga ipei, b4e is 4,ortyo rinied to
e'knaowlege. ith merari: of' ahat emtine'a 2
Post lI- . Aaa tid no dor bi ch a'a lonugl
its d"'niles Srt. Psaul, he appeared tao e:
ao inhabiranis of 'all those regions
hIich ho visated and blessedi with thre
ictritnes hae was divinely edmtmissio~ned
preach. The Aets of the ayostgr
ve~s us, in one circumnstanc ecOnliihC.
g proof of' his eloqummen,r notwith-.
andmgifl the want of soy'eral adivan.
ges of natuire (as he himself tell. ni.,) r
htan the umtan of Lyatra cal4. him ~
creary.. "banse1~ hea .A wastha sihjaef
a'nker;" and would' have paid jihto
>rslip to imn, Ias to thy dejI~y #3 '
stend arid presided, dyer elognweo. t
. a wyer,- on, being caled t secount d
.hymn adtad .nnsrofesionelly ic.trk
rJa thayithea unrnal fees, roni his
en, plamadyd that hie had taken
muin had- fl. was thereujpply h
Iuhope to hejp ' by 'thaty '
4eorgiT Lemfndt" ..a s%.,
AUoUSTA, GA,, Jan. .
tions were litr6duced into the -eln4te
to-day demanding the spesty punishI.
ment of Davis and the prin ip, -1ctro
in the rebellion.
* WASIINOTON, - Jan. 1 I..L--MOfuMn.1
neuQs papers .'referring to Confedabrat.
emigration to Mexico and.- plab's 6i
Maury and Owin, were piesented inthe r
Senate; to'-dy, together with a letter
from Mr. Reviero, uhoving' the is 8n1
understanding between the traitors in
Mexico and the insurgentson the United
Senator Wilson intrQdsced- a bill fix.
ing the peace establishment of the army.
It provides' for sven regiments of art
tillery, ten of caimry and xisty of in.
fantry, each bralch lo have its propor.
tionate snumbelof black troop. oledr.
e-i by whites.
Mr. Lowe offered a reslution do.
cla-ing that th seceditig Stuif forfeited
their rights, and made a speech deay
ing the doctrine of dostructibility of the
seat of governmrnt. He iiaia that the
President had no right t restore the
rebel States. His duties were only 'ex.
Mt., Wilson. of lowa, ma idspech
in atpport of the hill extendlij 1ufiag,
in the District of Colimbia, e said
th ocial element here faiojed ueceuioii
and inside a lengthy speucl' di the su.
Mr. Bowye,' of Tonc s-speoppoed
the bill on the ground i tlki'this was a
whitle mail's government. Mr Scho.
fiold, of Tennessee, favored the bill.
In response to the Senate rhsionlin
aRsog why Jeffe-rsonl Davis is not yet
tried, tla President to day transmitted a
message enclosing a letter from Altar.
tiey Ganeral Spend, who states that no
Circnit. Court has been held in the late
rebellioets districts sirn'c the termination
of hostilities and holds the opinion that
the late insuirgents waiting trial, should
te tried only before the civil courts
lien hilly and actiually restoredo and
eha si .ot, herefore thoi lt prouer to
1avise fihe President to u cr'minaA
iroceedings to be institte against
m or any other inanrgent. ir the 8stea.
>r districts in which, the e. e ,not ' .I
ually iresent during th&' proslbtion of
'From larylaad. " -
3A1TIMonE, Jan. 1C- T M
iad Legisliatre met' 'to.day Gover
or Swian, elected a year ago .under the
ew Constitution, took his SCse
N EW Yoax; .Isal. 9o-The Maehess
'r (ErgI md) 'maioa. closed fira us te
4th. Prices uipwaerd.
New 'Yoax, Jan 10-cotton dae
id haaas declined osi and two. cents
Jiw -s.--From' a long and pugei1
tide .ts the Chicago- "Reulqna
neerning -the Jews, we ernact tk.
"Thde:Jwwige gradlually gho*Sb.
'erag. f mnartikind wneneveaa hhir.in
-nsesn enteal regsurces and their forms~
ble, integity of purpose p*eenueecrst
to relIiin, to hdegat j, to libf .
lettt'e to 10 xf Thy they b~cwem
aPhosa,.ref are., and oomposepd'
~ m't~j4i ntellectnsi and artiete.
cihe (;s. *perld, prodqeing Men..
Viosaa; Neabdera Dnes,
bong tih e pnian po)(icaI 'tf~re
hes present dayh, ta&r r
Pt'.) '4'irt fm K