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BY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA. S. C.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1868. VOLUME III-NO. 243.
PUBLISHED DAILY AJTD TSI-WEEKLY.
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EVERY WEDNESDAY MOBNINO.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
Ornoo on Main street, a few doors above
Taylor (or Camden) street.
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49" A Liberal dlBCoxint made on the above
rales when advertisements are inserted by
the month or year.
J. H. Allen, Chester.
Juline Poppe, Anderson C. H.
S. P. Kin ard. Newberry C. If.
W. T. Sims, Union.
J. M. A lien,-Gr cen vi Ho.
Tho following order from General
Canby was promulgated on the 31st:
L Paragraph LT of General Orders
No. 10, from the headquarters of thu
Second Military District, dated April
ll, 1867, is modified as follows:
Judgments or decrees for the pay?
ment of money on causes of action
arising in North Carolina between
the 20th of May, 1861, and the 20th
day< of April, ,1865, and in South
Carolina between the 19th day Of
December, 1860, and the 29th day of
April, 1865, shall not be enforced, by
execution, against the person or pro?
perty of the defendant. Proceed?
ings for such causes of notion now
pending shall bu stayed,' and no suit
or process shall bo instituted or com?
menced on such causes of action
until after the civil government of
the respective States shall be estab
ed in accordance with the laws of the
Paragraph LU of tho same order is
modified as follows:
Sheriffs, coroners and constables
are hereby directed to suspend the
salo of all property upon execution,
or process under any judgment or
decree of a court of the so-called
Confederate States, or of the State
of North Carolina, rendered between
the 20th day of May, 1861, and the
organization of the provisional go?
vernment of said State, under the
President's proclamation of the 29th
day of April, 1865, or of the State of
South Carolina, rendered between
the 19th day of December, 1860, and
the organization of the provisional
government of the said State, under
the President's proclamation of the
30th day of June, 1865, unless the
written consent of the defendant be
entered of record, and except in
cases where the plaintiff or his attor?
ney, upon oath, supported by cor?
roborative testimony, shall allege
that tho defendant is disposing of,
removing or abont to remove his
property beyond tho jurisdiction of
the court, with intent to defraud his
oreditors: Provided, That no such
judgment, so rendered, within the
periods aforesaid, shall be a bar to
the commencement, in a State court,
of a new suit upon the same cause of
action in any caso in whioh, by law,
the defendant may remove or appeal
the same to a court of the United
The sale of real or personal pro?
perty, by foreclosure of mortgage, is
likewise suspended in the cases em?
braced in paragraphs Ll and LU of
said Order No. 10 as above amended,
except in cases where interest money
accruing subsequent to the 29th of
April, 1865, shall not have been paid
before the day of sale, and all pre?
vious restrictions on such sales are
Paragraph IV of the same order is
modified by substituting the 29th day
ol April, 1865, for the 19th day of
Paragraph V of thu s..me order is
modified as follows:
All proceedings for the recovery of
money on contracts, whothor under
seal or by parol, the consideration of
which was tho purchase of slaves,
made subsequent to tho 1st day of
January, 18641, are suspended. Judg?
ments or decrees entered for such
causes of action shall not be enforced.
Paragraph VII of the same order
is modified as follows:
In all sales of property under exe?
cution or by order of any court,
thero shall bo resorved out of tho
property of any defendant who has a
family dependent upon his or her
labor, a dwelling house and appurte?
nances, and (if in tho country) twon
ty acres of land, or so much thereof
that tho whole shall not exceed in
value the snm of $2,000; and in a
town or city, the immediate lot upon
which such dwelling house is situ?
ated; and riecessary articles of furni?
ture, apparel, subsisten se and imple?
ments or husbandry, trade or other
employment, to the value of $500.
The homestead exemption shall innre
only to the benefit of families. lu
1 other cases, tho exemption shall ex?
tend only to clothing and implements
I of trade or employment usually fol?
lowed by the defendant, of tho value
of $200. The exemptions hereby
made shall not be waived or defeated
by the act of any defendant who has
a family dependent upon him or hor
for support, and the exempted pro?
perty shall be ascertained and do
fined by the sheriff or other officer
enforcing the execution, who shall
call to his aid two impartial citizens,
to make the necessary appraisement,
and shall mako report thereof to tho
Paragraph X is hereby modified so
as to authorize arrest in civil actions
ex contractu only in cases where the
demand is past due, and the defend?
ant has boen guilty of a fraud in con?
tracting tho debt sued for, or has
removed or disposed of his property,
or is about to do so, with intent to
defraud his creditors, or is about to
leave the State with such intent.
Paragraph XVI is amended by
All proceedings in any conrt of
North Carolina, or of South Caro?
lina, recognizing or sanctioning the
investment of tho funds of minor
hoirs, or of females, or of insano
persons, in the securities of the late
rebel Government, or tho securities
ot the States of North Carolina or
South Carolina, created for the pur?
pose of carrying on war against the
Government of the United States,
will be suspended until the question
of the validity of such investments
shall have been determined by the
courts of the United States, or by
national legislation. And nothing in
the provisions of this order, or of
the Order No. 10 abovo cited, shall
be held to bar or hinder the reco?
very, by snit, of the estate of any
minor heir, female or insane person,
(cestui que trust,) whether in the
hands of executors, administrators,
trustees, guardians, masters or clerks
of equity courts, and other fiduciary
agents, or invested by them in theil
II. General Orders No. 25, of May
20, 1867, is revoked; and on and
after the first day of January, 18G8,
the distillation of spirituous liquors
in this Military District, will be sub'
jeci to such restrictions only as arc
imposed by the laws of tho United
States, and of the States of NortL
and South Carolina, respectively.
III. Paragraphs VI and VII oi
General Orders No. 32, dated Maj
30, 1867, are revoked; and the powei
to grant licenses for the sale of spirit
nous or intoxicating liquors is re
mitted to the proper local nuthori
ties, to take effect on and after tin
first day of January, 1868, and to b<
subject to tho following conditions:
1. The municipal authorities ii
granting the lieeu.se, shall be answer
able that the parties to whom sucl
licenses are granted, together witl
their sureties, shall be respousibli
persons, and of good moral standinj
in the community, and that botl
j principal and sureties shall bo abl
to qualify individually in double th
amount of the bond required, au<
that the bond shall bo a lien upoi
the personal property of both princi
pal and sureties, and upon proof o
default shall warrant the summar
si are and sale of so much of th
property of either or both, as may b
necessary to satisfy the forfeiture o
fine and coats.
2. Drunkenness or disorderly cot
duct on the premises, shall work th
forfeiture of the license and of th
penalty of the bond.
3. The owner or keeper of any bai
room, saloon or other place at whic
intoxicating liquors are sold, and a
others persons interested or coonee
ed therewith, shall be regarded i
principals in any action of damagi
Sowing out of any assault, riot, a
ty or other disorder occurring c
the premises, or directly traceab
4. All bar-rooms, saloons or otb
places at which intoxicating liquo
aro sold, shall be closed on the di
or days of any general or local ole
tiou, and for tho twelve hours nc
preceding the opening and next su
cecding tho closing of the polls
such election; and the sheriffs
Counties and Distriots, and tho ch
of police of cities and towns, sh
have power to direct tho closing
bar-rooms and otlu-r places tor t
salo of intoxicating liquors, whe
over it may bo necessary in th
judgmont to preserve order a
5. The proceeds of all licens
forfeit uros omi fines, under the local
regulations, or under the provisions
of military orders, will be devoted to
the support of the poor, and as soon
ait realized, will be turned nw tr? o>n
commissioners or overseers of the
poor of the District, County, citv or
town, in which they nccmed, and* the
commissioners or overseers will, at
the end of each month, report to the
Provost Marshal-General of the Dis?
trict, the amonnt received by them
during the month, specifying the
namos of the parties from whom it
6. The penalties imposed by this
order, or by any local polico regula?
tions, may be enforced in any civil
or military court, and upon convic?
tion, the court moy award to the in?
former, a sum not exceeding fifty per
cent, of the forfeiture or fine. And
it is made the duty of all sheriffs,
constables, and coroners of Counties
and Districts, and the police of cities
and towna, to be vigilant in the en?
forcement of tho police regulations,
and the provisions of this order in
relation to the salo of intoxicating
The provisions of this paragraph
will be held to apply to such licenses
granted under General Orders No.
32, to inn-keepers, ns remain unex?
pired after the i?L of January, 1368.
IV. To promote the speedy trial
of prisoners confined for minor of?
fences, and diminish the cost of their
maintenance, all committing magis?
trates will, on the 15th and last days
of each mouth, report to the judge of
their County or District Court, all
commitments made by them during
the preceding half mouth, specifying
the date of commitments, the names
of the prisoners, and the offences for
which they were committed, to tho
end that tho judges may, whenever in
their opinion the number of prison?
ers or other considerations of publio
interest call for it, hold special terms
of their courts, for the purpose of
disposing of such cases. The addi?
tional expense of holding such special
terms, will be a charge upon the State
Treasury, and the accounts therefor
will be audited and paid as accounts
of a similar character are now audited
and paid, and if the salaries now paid
the judges should be inadequate, in
view of the additional labor perform?
ed by them, a reasonable addition,
upon proper representations through
the Governor of the State, will bc al?
V. The pilotage regulations now
existing in the States of North and
South Carolina, are so far modified,
that on and after the first day of
March, 18G8, all passenger steam ves?
sels, regulated by the laws of the
United States, and carrying a pilot
commissioned by United States Com?
missioners, shall be exempt from the
compulsory payment of pilotage.
VI. So much of tho Act of the
General Assembly of tho State of
North Carolina, entitled "Au act to
raise monies," ratified on tho 2Gth
day of February, 1867, as makes it
"the duty of all persons and corpora?
tions to list and pay tho (poll) tax of
such persons liable to the same, as
aro in their employment, on the 1st
day of April of each year, as labor?
ers," is rescinded, and hereafter all
individual taxes will be assessed di?
rectly upon and collected directly
from tho individuals from whom they
oro duo; provided, that the provisions
of this order shall not apply to the
taxes levied for tho current year, ex?
cept that double poll tax shall not be
enforced, if tho original tax be paid
on or before tho 1st day of March,
VALUABLE BOOKS FOR SALE.
THE advertiser offers, at private sale,
and at a great sacrifice, a collection of
VALUABLE AND STANDARD WORKS,
all in good condition. Among the collec?
tion aro Clarke's Commentaries, 6 vols.;
Wesley's Works. 7 vols.; Fletcher's Works,
4 vols. These three sets of standard Me?
thodist works aro in uniform binding,
library style, gilt backs and edges, ?nd as
good as new. Addison's Complete Works,
4 vols., handsomely bound; Macauley's
History of Euglund, 4 vols.; Napoleon at
St. Helena, by Sir Hudson Lowe, 2 vols.;
Jean Paul, '2 vols.: Cum mines' Lectures on
tho Miracles and Minor '.Yorks, 2 vols.;
Las Casas' Memoirs ot Napoleon, 4 vole.,
Ac., Ac. The lot contains 172 volumes,
principally standard works, all in good
condition: and to tho purchaser, about 200
additional volumes miscellaneous works
will bo thrown in gratis. To those desir?
ing to form a private library, this proBonts
tho most favorable opportunity over of?
fered^ Inquire at thialofficn._?oc_i_
Uruga and Medlelnca, wholesale and
retail, as cheap as any city in the world, at
Fisher A Heinltsh's now store.
Fenders, And-irons, &c.
Common aud Fancy Fire Doga,
Shovels and Tongs,
Chimney Hooks, Ac.
Jnst received and for Sale at low figures,
by J. A T. R. AGNEW._
Your beauty, yonr health, your ease
may bo restored, by using Hem it sb's
Ilie Confessions and Experience of
an invitiiii... Published for the benefit
?r.d >.<r i. c-auiiou to young men ona nt tiers,
who suffer from Nervous Dobility, Prema?
turo Decay of Manhood, Ac, supplying the
means of self-cure. Written by one who
cured himself, and sent free on receiving
a post-paid directed ?nvalono Address
NATHANIEL MAYFAUt, Brooklyn, New
Y'ork. Also free, by tho samo publisher, a
circular of DAISY SWAIN, tho groat Poem
of the War._Dec 18 3mo
'WHICH WOULD PREVAIL IN
THOUSANDS OF H OU S IC I IOU DST-If
it should bo suddenly announced through?
out the United States, Canadas, the Weat
Indies and Spanish America, that no more
HOSTETTER'S BITTERS would bo manu?
factured, and that henceforth the grand
sp?cifie for dyspepsia, and preventive of
all malarious diseases, would bo lest to tho
world! Tho bilious, the feeble, tho despon?
dent; the traveler, tho voyager, tho miner,
tho sedentary student; the settlor on the
frontier of civilization; the toiler, cooped
up in crowded city tenements; the conva
I h scent, needing an invigoraut; tho shiver?
ing victim of ague, and tho nervous ol
both sexes everywhere, would learn, witb
grief, too deep for words, that the most
celebrated corrective, invigorant and alte?
rative of the age, had been blotted out oj
existence. As a preparatory antidote tc
epidemic disease, a genial stimulant, r
promoter of constitutional vigor, an appe
ti/.er, a stomachic, and a remedy for ner
TOUS debility, no medicinal prcparatioi
has ever attained tho reputation of Hos
tetter's Bitters. It is the household tonic
of the American people-bau been so foi
twenty years, and in all human probability
will bo so for centuries to come. The mag
nates of science recognize its merits; ant
that it ia emphatically the medicine of th?
masses is proved by its vast and evor in
creasing sales:_Jan 1 6f
PAN Iv M N S|l I KP ATIC BITTERS ar
rapidly gaining in p-'ilic estoem. The;
are decidedly the most excellent Yegetabl
Tonic yet discovered for the cure of gene
ral debility and disorders of tho stomac
or livor. Those who have used them prc
noonee them to be all that ie claimed fo
them. Por aale by all druggists.
April 12 fly DB. C. H. MIOT, Agent.
A COUGH, A COLD, OH A SOU!
THROAT, requires immediate attontioi
and should bo checked. If allowed to cor
tinuo, Irritation of tho Lunge, a Perm?
nent Throat Disease, or Consumption, :
often the result.
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
Having a direct influence to tho parts, gil
immediate relief. For Bnnscnins, ASTI
MA, CATARRH, CONSCMPTIVF. AND THBOJ
DISEASES, Troches are used with alwa;
Singers and Public Speakers usc them
clear and strengthen the voice.
Obtain only "Brown's Bronchial Tr
ches," and do not take any of tho wort
less imitations that may bc offered. So
everywhere. Oct 27 timo
Ciirbunrlfs ?nd bolla come from ii
puro blood, Nature throws out these ii
purities of the blood, which should
regarded as a warning. Purify your blot
by jiging Heinitsh's Queen's Delight.
Attorney at Law and Real Estate Age
Warrenton, Fauguier County, Virginie
WILL pav sp?cial attention to exar
nation of TITLES, CONVEYAS
INO, Ac. Offers for salo four hundred
Embracing some of the best Minei
Crazing and Agricultural Lands in 1
Stato, in sections whero tho POPULATB
IS UNEXCEPTIONABLE, and climate i
surpassed. Tho changed system of lal
necessitates the division of estates, p
tiotis of which are offered for sale or lei
on most reasonable terms. Correspoi
once solicited and information prout}:
R?F?RENCES.- Hon. Wm. F. DeSaussr
Gen. Wade Har.-'iton, Columbia, S.
Rov. B. M. Palmer, D. D., Ocn. Jai
Longstreet, Now Orleans, La.; Judgo V
J. Robertson, Charlottesville, Ya.; H
John Randolph Tucker, Middleburg. ^
Lambert Gittings A Co., Baltimore, Mi
Address mo as abovo. Oct 3 3ni
THUS. E. GREGG & CO.,
STOCKS, Bonds. Gold and Excita
bought and sold. Oftieo at GREG*
FOR SALE at the
TUE beat kind'. BEARD'S Self-Adj
ing IRON TIE, low for cash.
Nov_10_FISHER A LOWRANC
Kf\f\ BUSHELS COW PEAS.
OUU FISHER A LOWRANC
OAA BUSHELS FRIME OATS for
JUU low. FISHER A LOWRANC
? 100 Reams Wrapping Paper,
VERY STRONG, at low ratoa.
Dec 7 JOHN C. SEEGERSAC
Washing Machines and Cloth?
CLOTHES WRINGERS and Wa?
Machines, constantly on hand, an
i salo, by J. A T. R. ACNE
TO THE LADIES!
FRESH ABRIVALS by steara
orirom Now York of tho FINEST
Ever offered in Colombia; aleo, CLOAKS,
CORSETS, ZEPHYR WORSTED, HAIR
BRAIDS, Ac, Ac., at
MRS. C. E. REED'S, nert door to
Mr. E. Pollard's drug store, Main st.
DRESS MAKING in all branches.
M. W. BYTHEWOOD,
Auctioneer and General Commission Merchant
On Washington st., rear oj A. Tolleson's,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
THE above store having been rented, I
am from this day prepared to receive I
consignments of Cotton, Corn, Flour, I
Bacon, Groceries and Provisions in gene-1
ral: also, Furniture, Dry Goods, Clothing,1
From my experience of twenty years in
the auction and commission business, in
this city, Charleston and Newberry, 8. 0.,
I hope to receive a liberal Bhare of patron?
age from my old friends and the public
gene rally. Dec 19
Camden Street, rear of Gregg's China Store.
J. CLEM)IM\(?, - - - Proprietor.
HAVING thoroughly fitted up the above
establishment as a RESTAURANT,
I am prepared to furnish visitors with tho
best of EATABLES and DRINKABLES.
OYSTERS, GAME, FISH, MEATS, etc.,
propared in tho very best style, by one of
the finest cooks in the citv. SUPPERS;
furnished at short notice Families sup?
plied with OYSTERS at reasonable prices.
Choice WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS
constantly on hand. LUNCH every day at
1 o'clock._Dec 10
BY D. McGUINNIS,
On Assembly Street, East Side, Opposite tlie |
A'orth End of the Market.
LUNCH every day
from ll to 1 o'clock.
?and GAME, of all kinda, served
in tho best styles at ah hours.
The best of WINES, LIQUORS, BEER,
8EGARS and TOBACCO, constantly on
hand._Oct 9 Smo
LIQUORS, WINES, 8?GARS, TOBACCO, k?
WHOLESALE AK0 RETAIL,
THE UNDERSIGNED has fitted
?np his establishment, and has re?
ceived a large stock of the finest
qualities and brands of LIQUORS,
WINES, ALES, S EG ARS, Smoking and
Chewing TOBACCO, etc.; SYRUPS, COR?
DIALS and other articles.
JELLIES and BRANDY FRUITS of home
In the rear of the wholesale store, he
has a handsomely appointed
WHERE tho beat of everything is
UK Flt KS II.Ml ,\TS
? . OF allkinds-FISH. OYS- "
^TERS, GAME, MEATS, Ac.?A
-furnished at short notico,*r>
- and iu tho very best styles.p
ATTACHED to tho cstab- J*
lishment are commodious^
rooms, where private DINNERS ]
and SUPFER? will bo furnished for any
number of persons from two to 160.
LUNCH every dav, at ll o'clock.
Thc Proprietor pledges himself that he
will continue, as heretofore, to uso his ut?
most endeavors to give perfect satisfaction
to hi? patrons and gueats.
Sept 21 _T. M. POLLOCK, Proprietor^
1868.-The Baptist Banner, Augus?
THE first number of the seventh volume
ot this religious and family journal,
will appear on tho FIRST SATURDAY in
Tho Hawter will he i^sned regularly,
every Saturday, printed with new type and
on fine paper.
Tho rosidont Editor, Mr. JAMES N.
ELLS, will be aided by the pons of some
of the most distinguished writers of the
denomination in this and the adjoining
A limited number of advertisements (of
suitable character) will bo received, ut the
Subscription price $3 per annum. Ad
dreas, BAPTIST BANNER,
Dec 21 Augusta, Ga.
Only Fifty Cents.
"trwV BOXER SMOKED HERRINGS,
XU\/ for salt at the unusually low price
of 50 cents per box, bv
_Nov ld _J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
W)Q BUNDLES Cotton IRON BANDS, of I
?5t7 the incomparable Arrow Tie, tori
salo bv E. A O. I). HOPE.
Nov 13 _
Tho life of all ll? ?li la blood. Tho
health of all lifo is pure llesh. Pnre blood
keeps out aU disease*. Tho Quoen'a De?
light pnrifh R the Moot.
SEED RYE ! SEED RYE !
BUSHELS SEED RYE for sale. By
Nov 3 ALFRED TOLLE8? >N.
CLF.AR SIDES, Clear Ribbed Sidee,
Back-Rone Sidos, Shoulders, for salo
low, by FISn ER 4 LOWRANCE.
FISHER & LOWRANCE.
COLUMBIA. S. C.
SHIPPERS OF COTTON, kl
COLUMBIA, 8. C., TO BALTIMORE,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE SPLENDID 8 CHEW BTE AMR HIPS
FALCON, - - TC. fi. n?vn( rvmi'r.
SEA GULL, - N. P. DUTTON, Com'r.
OF largo carrying capacity, making
average, trips of fifty-flvo to sixty
hours, leave Charleston once a week for
Baltimore, and offer superior facilities for
through freights to and from that port.
COURTENAY A TRENHOLM,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
Union Wharves, Charleston, S. 0.
Or, MORDECAI A CO., Agents,
Mopt 21 tofo mo_Baltimore, Md.
Livery and Sale Stables,
_ CHALMERS STREET,
?tfefct Charleston, 8. C. DEI
*W|GHEN A BAKER, Pro-.
.M ./I prie tor s. Carriages, Phrotons, Bug?
gies and Saddle Horses to hire, at all hours.
Mule s and Horses for sale._ Feb 27
CHARLESTON, S. ?. .
THIS well-known FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL has been thoroughly repair?
ed, refitted and refurnished, and io
now ready for the accommodation of the
traveling public, whose patronage is re?
The proprietor promises to do all in his
power for the comfort of his guests.
March 21 JOSEPH PURCELL, Prop'r.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
C0ACHE8 always in readiness to convey
passengers to and from the Hotol.
Feb 2G WHITE & MIXER. Proprietors.
AT THE SIGN OF THE
HAS on hand a splendid
Having moved to the Main street, ho.*
is determined to continue to aell goodsJH|
at rates LOWER than can be purchased w
REPAIRING, in all its branches, at if
unusual low rates. (fi]
ALL WORK GUARANTEED^
?FOR ONE YEAR.
HAIR JEWELRY made to ordor
and mounted, by
? I. SULZBACHER,
Oct 18 One door South Phoenix oftico.
FISHING TACKLE, &c.
THE undersigned has rc
^^^7 moved his stock of goods in
^C^^J3?^the above line to the store
w mmt% ?next to Fisher A Hoinitsh's.
Guns and Pistols repaired and put in
perfect order, at reasonable notice.
SEWING MACHINES Repaired.
P. W. KRAFT,
Main street, opposite Phoenix Office.
Aug 28_ _
The "Queen's Delight" Almanac
FOIt is tis.
FUST PUBLISHED, a new and interest?
ing CALENDAR for thc people, con?
taining much valuable information; a book
for rverybody-a guido to long life, health,
wealth and happiness. Call and ?et one,
at tho Storo. FISHER A HEINITSH,
_ I HAVE jn-t received
Ul bande?me lot of OAK and'
MO COMMON CHAIRS, consist
'Tl ing ol Office, Cane and Wood Seat,
Dining-room, Bed-room, Bar-room, Book?
ing, Nurse and Children's Chairs, vitn
Cane and Counter Stools, which 1 will sell
cheap, with a handsonio variety of ot uer
Furniture. Anything in CABINE! MAY?
ING LINE don? with neatness; also, RE?
PAIRING. JEROME PA?A,N,
Opposite new Masonic Hall,
?o. 1 Mackerel,
D*fc*t .torga*.*Tho only sure cough
cur?is Stanley'scelebrated Cough Syrup.
So'd bj Fisher and HeinlUU.