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About tho best warn inc to husbands
who amuse themselves once ia a while
by whipping their wives, was given thc
other doy out Wast by'tho brother of n
lady whoso husband was abusing her
shamefully. Tho fact, is the brother
took up a hoe aud laid it down-quite
accidentally, of course-on tho husband's
head. Tho hoad was softer than the hoe,
and. the cons?quence was that the hoe
remained intact, whiio the head of tho
husband did not. Thcro was a nico
funeral iu that region tho next day. Will
husbands whoso wives have brothers
take a hint?
'Let our Just Censure
BY J. A. SELBY
COLUMBIA. S. C.. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1870
.Uteid the True Event."
VOL. YI-NO. 117.
SEC. 77. Allowauce of bail. .
SEC. 78. Property, how taken whin
concealed in building or hiclosurc.
SEC. 79. Property, how kept.
SEC. 80. Claim of property by third
SEC. 81. No jurisdiction in certain
SEC. 62. Answer of title.
SEC. 83. Undertaking.
SEC. 84. Suit discontinued.
SEO. 85. If undertaking uot given.
SEC. 80. Tho same.
Sec. 87. Now actiou.
J. nur? m uuo mugie iocs WlUCIl ODO
may opposoAo nil the wit nud argument
of infidelity, namely: that no,man ev*r
ropented being a Christian on his death?
A Paris novel for summer reading is
of such a diabolical character, ihnt it.
makes one's blood run cold, and shivers
creep up ono's back.
" A very large widow having porpetrated i
matrimony with a woo bit of a fellow,
her frionds all say sho has wedded "tho
One, certainly n?t a disciplo of good
old Isaac Walton, says "the fishing of
the day is tho evil thereof." <
A histrionic individual, who has heard
a good deal about tho "theatre of war,"
suggests that the back seats must be very
There aro two kinds of bowl-worm iu
in Gr?orgia. One'of thom destroys tho '
cotton, tho other the whiskey.
The Central Bank of Brooklyn has
suspended. Cause, unfortuuato real
estate transactions by the President.
CHOL.EUA!-Tho following letter is from
Mr. Woodward, of St. Louis, to J. N. Harris,
Esq., of Now London, Conn. Mr. W. is a gen?
tleman of high respectability, and during tho
prevalence of Ibo cholera in St. Louis,
watched thc reBult of tho application of tho
Tain Killer for this disease, and his testimony
can be robed upon with the utmost confidence:
DEAR SIH: YOU recollect when I saw you in
January last, my expressing to you my most i
sanguine expectations that Davis' TAIN ,
KILLER would have a tremendous eale in tho ,
West this season, and my anticipations have
boen moro than realized, nud the testimony 1
of thousands who havo used it has been that
they would not bo willing to go to bed at night |
without it in tho house.
On the appearance of tho cholera in thia 1
city, such was tho confidence in thc Tain .
Killer as a remedy, that many who purchased i
it remarked to mo that tbcy had no fears or ,
dread of the cholera, as long as they bad the
Rain Killer by them, and hundreds took it
daily as a preventative, for no person can 1
have a derangement of tho bowels or diar- I
rhtoa, if they use this medicino. This was
the security and con?denco of hundreds ]
acquainted with it, aud when their friends
were attacked with the Cholera, they would '
administer tho remedy in largo quantities, I
?nd iu every case when it has been taken in .
any of the first stages of this disease, it has
I consider it an infallible rcmody. I have :
not heard of any individual in any family who
used ttio Pain Killer when attacked, but
speedily recoverod. *
The cleric informed mo that he administer- '
ed it to persons when cold or in the cramps, 1
and it gave immediate relief, but still it
should be given quickly, for when tho dis?
charge of "rico water" has begun, thu hope
of lifo lias lied. Should this discaso make its
appearance among you, BR in all probability it
will, be not alarmed; you and all others there
have ti e remedy, and I am confident if tho
Pain Killer is used, not a single death by cho?
lera will occur in vour city. Respectfully
yours, A. T. WOODWARD.
?3" Tho Pkin Killer is sold by all dealers in
Family Medicines. Aug 2 R|lmo
WEDLOCK-THE BASIS OP CIVIL.
SOCIETY-Essays for Young Men, on the
honor and happiness of Marriage, an I the
evils and dangers of Celibacy-with sanitary
help for the attainment of man's true position
ill life. Kent free, in Healed envelopes. Ad?
dress, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Roxi', Phil?
adelphia. Pa. May 24 :imo
South Carolina Bank and Trust Co.,
.flu Building formerly occupied by Carolina
DU ?, SELL and EXCHANGE all issues of
GOVERNMENT RONDS, at current market
rates, also COIN and COURONS, and execute
orders for the purchase and sale of Gold, and
all first-class securities,on commission.
ISSUE CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT,pay?
able ou demand, or at fixed dato, bearing
interest, and available in all parts of the
ADVANCES made to our dealers, on ap?
proved collaterals, at market rates of interest.
COLLECTIONS made everywhere in the
United Staten, Canada and Europe, and Ex?
change bought and sold.
Dividends and Coupons collected.
HARDY SOLOMON. President.
J. C. ROATU, Cashier. Juno 29 3mo
COIiVMEIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS pleasant ly.Ioca ted HO?
TEL, unsurpassed by any
House in the South for comfort
and healthy locality, is now
open to Tm.vel?is and others seeking accom?
modation,.. Families can bo furnished with
nice, iiry rooms on i casonahlo t'.-rais. "A call
is solicited." My Omnibus will be found at
the uiff.rcnt depots-passengers carried to
and from the Hotel freo of charge.
Nov 3 WM. A. WRIGHT^
Quaker Liniment a Household Remedy.
IT cures Aches ami Ruins of all kinds, in-1
terna! and external. This QCAKEB LINI?
MENT is thu best medicine in tho world for
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sore Throat, Tooth?
ache, Pains in Hack. Faeij-ache, Swellings,
Sprains, Rrnise-s, Snake Rites, Stings of Fu
sects, for Crump in the Stomach, Cholera,
Colic, Sick Stomach, Summer Complaints.
Prcparod ouly by E. H. HEINITSH,
JuMjO i _Chemist, Columbia. S. C.
Selling Off to Close Out. '
I SI intend hereafter to keep only o FIRST
J\ CLASS JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT,
I will sell out, at und bulow cost, my ENTIRE
STOCK o' Pistols Guns, Powder Flasks, Shot
Pouches, Caps, Cartridges, Powder and all
other Fancy Articles.
A fine lot of FANS, selling very low.
June 1 Columbia Hotel Row.
K (\ RAGS RIO COFFEE, for sale low to
0\f dealers I,v EDWARD HOPE.
Drinkists, go to Pollock's.
CODE OF PROOEDURE-Continued.
SEC. 27. Should tho business before
tho Court of General Sessions, at any
term, not bo completed on the arrival of
tho day fixed by law for tho holding of
tho Court of Common Pleas for said
County, thc Judge presiding maj', in his
discretion, adjourn said Court of Com?
mon Pleas until tho said business of tho
Court of General Sessions shall have
SEC. 28. Tho several Circuit Judges
shall have power to hold special sessions
within their respectivo circuits, at any
time in their discretion, or at tho dis?
cretion of tho Chief Justice, of which
the Judgo presiding shall give such no?
tice as tho Chiof Justice may direct, or
as may, in his judgment, bo necessary,
should no directions bo giveu. Tho
clerk of such court Bhall, at least fifteen
days before the commencement of such
special session, causo the timo and placo
for holding thc same to be notified, for
at least two weeks, successively, in ouo
or more of the newspapers published
nearest tho place where the session is to
be holdeu. AU processes, writs and recog?
nizances of every kind, whether ropect
ing juries, witnesses, bail or otherwise,
which rolato to tho cases to bo tried at
the said special sessions, shall bo con?
sidered as belonging to such sessions, in
tho same manner as if they had boon
issued or taken in reference thereto. All
business depending for trial at any spe?
cial sessions shall, at tho closo thereof,
bo cousidcrcd as of course romoved to
tho uext slated term of the Court. Said
special session shall be hold iu pursuance
of au order which shall bo transmitted
to tho Clerk of tho Court, and by him
entered on tho records of thc Court.
SEC. 29. Petit jurors summoned to at
teud the Court of Gcuoral Sessions in
my County, except tho County ol
Charleston, shall also attend and serve
is jurors for tho Court of Common Plea*
next ensuing in and f jr tho said County.
SEC. 30. Thc Judge of tho Circu?!
Court shall have power to direct auj
Circuit Court in his Circuit to bo ad
journcd over to a future day, designutot
iu a written order to tho Clerk of sail
Court, whenever there is a daugerom
and general disease at the place when
said Court is usually holden.
SEC. 31. The Judges elected and quoll
tied by taking tho oath proscribed in th
thirtieth Section of the second Article o
tho Constitution, which oath, to th
Judges under tho first election, shall b
administered by tho Governor of tb
State of South Carolina, who is horeb
empowered to administer tho same, au
to tho Judges under any subseqnen
election by ono of tho Justices of tb
Supremo Court, shall forthwith eut<
upon their duties.
SEO. 32. The Circuit Courts beroi
established shall bo tho courts of recort
and tho books of record thereof shall i
all times be subject to thc inspection <
any person interested therein.
SEC. 33. The clerk elecjted iu cac
County under tho provisions of Sectio
twouty-seven of Article IV of thc Coi
stitutiou, shall bo Clerk of tho Courts i
General Sessions and Commou Plea
and may appoint a deputy, who mr
perform tho duties of clerk, for who
acts such clerk shall bo responsible; and
record of whoso appointment shall 1
mude in tho Clerk's office; und such a
poiutment may be revoked,at the plea.su
of tho clerk; and iu cane no clerk exist
the Judge shall have authority to a
point a person, who shall perform tl
duties of clerk, and said deputy clerk,
tho one appointed by the Judge, sh
be required to give the usuul bond 1
fore entering upou tho duties of t
SEC. 34. All suits iu Equity depeudi
iu tho Courts of Chancery, and uot liu
ly disposed of, and tho proporty and t
records relating thereto, on the first d
of January, A. D. 18G9, shall bo trai
ferred to the Courts of Common Pleas
aud for their respectivo Couuties, a
shall be outered upon tho dockets
said Courts for the stated term then
next ensuing, and theroupon shall
heard, tried sud dotermiuod, with
rights rospectod and preserved, in 1
samo manner ns if origiually brou;
there: Provided, That no causo shall
transferred to tho dockets of tho cou
aforesaid, not cognizable therein un
the Constitution : Provided, furl)
That all causes depending as aforest
and the property aud records pertain
thereto, cognizable nuder tho Cousti
tion in the Courts of Probate, shull
truusferred to said Courts.
SECTION 35. Sessions
SEC. 36. Court of Record.
SEC. 37. Duties of Clerk.
SEC. 38. Jurisdiction of Judges.
SEC. 39. lu relation to Guardians.
SEC. 40. Titles and partition of 1
SEC. 41. Sottlomcnt of Estate iii
Comity where Will proved.
SEC. 42. All proceedings relative
Estates under Guardianship hud in C
SEC. 43. Judges not to act when ii
osted. When Judges of adjoining Ci
ty to act.
S?C. 44. Power to administer Oat!
SEC. 45. Probato Court may i
Warrants and Processes.
SEC. 10. Tn cases of Contumacy
commit to Jail.
SEC. 47. When Depositions may be
taken and used.
SEC. 48. Exclusive Jurisdiction after
once acquired. t,
SEC. 49. Jurisdiction not to bc col?
SEC. 00. Wbou iniuor may oboose
guardian; guardiau ' interested; where
SEC. 51. Authorized to permit sale and
settle accouuts of guardiau.
SEC. 52. Judges may appoint times and
places for holding courts.
SEC. 53. Opon at all times for certain
SEC. 54. Adjournment of court. "Whet
SEC. 55. Appellate jurisdiction of Cir
SEC. 56. Jurisdiction of Supremo Cour
in Probate matters.
SEC. 57. Appeal 'to tho Circuit Cour
to bo taken within fifteeu days.
SEC. 58. Appellant to give boud t<
SEC. 59. Grounds of appeal to bi
SEC. GO. Certified copies of record b
be filed iu Circuit Court.
SEC. 01. Proceedings stayed by ap
SEC. 02. How Circuit Court proceo
to tho trial.
SF.C. 03. Costs given to prcvailiu
SEC. 64. Appellant neglecting to ente
appeal, judgment affirmed with costs.
SEC. G5. Final decision to bo certifie
to Probate Court.
SEC. GO. Probato Judge uot to ha\
voice iu determiniug appeal. When ma
SEC. 67. All proceedings to bo con
mcuced by petitiou.
SEC. GS. Supreme Court to make rule
SEC. 09. County Commissioners I
provide all books, otc.
SEC. 70. Judge maj- keep order at
SE<:, 71. Process of Court-how ex
SEC. 72. Judge may commit lunatic
etc, to Lunatic Asylum.
SEC. 73. Laws of Provisional Gover
mont, how far adopted. Tiausfer
SEC. 35. A Court of Probate is beroi
established in each of tho several Cou
ties in the State, which shall hold a s<
sion on the first Monday of each mon
at. or near tho Court House, andcontiu
thereafter so long as tho business m
SEC. 30. The Court of Probate sb
bea Court of Record, and have a se
may- appoint a clerk, aud may remo
him at pleasure, and ou failure of t
Court to appoint such clerk, tho Jud
of the Court may perform all thc dut
SEC. 37. The Clerk of tbo Court
Probate shall keep a true and fair roce
of each order, sentence and decree
the Court; aud of all other things pro]
to be recorded; aud on tho legal f
being paid, shall give true and attes
copies of tho files aud proceedings of
Court. All copies so attested shall
legal evidence in the Courts of t
SEC. 38. Every Judge of Probate,
his County, shall have jurisdiction iu
matters testamentary, and of ndmiuis
tiou in business appertaining to iniu
and tho allotment of dower, cases
idiocy nud lunacy, and persons no? c
SEC. 39. Tho Judge of Probate si
have jurisdiction in relation to the
pointmunt and removal of gnardiau
minors, insane aud idiotic persons,
persons non compotes mentis, aud in r
tiou to the duties imposed by law
such guardians, aud the managen
and disposition or the estates of t
wards. Ho shall exorcise original ji
diction in relation to trustees appoii
by will ?u casos prescribed by law.
SEC. 40. He may exercise jurisdic
of all petitions for partition of real O?
whore uo dispute exists in relation tc
title thereof; and .whou tho title to l
roal estate is disputed, he shall refer
samo to thc Circuit Court foradjui
tion, unless tho parties shall consei
his determination of the same,
probate of thc will and the gruntiu
administration of tho ostato ot uuy
son deceased shall belong to tho Jod|
Probate for tho County in which
porson was last an inhabitant; but if
poison was: not nu inhabitant of
State, tho s.itno shall belong to the J
of Probiito in any Couuty in whicl:
greater part of his or her estate ma
SKC. 41. All proceedings in mlnti<
tho settlement of tile ostato of any
son deceased shall be had in the Pr?
Court of the County in which bis
was proved or administration of c
SEC. 42. All proceedings in rclati
the property or estate of any p
under guardianship shall bc hud i
Court of Probato of the County iu i
tho guardian was appointed.
BEC. 43. No Judge of Probate
act as snub in the settlement of ni
tato wherein he is interested os h<
legatee, executor or administrator,
guardian or trasloo of any perK
ovory such caso the Judge of Prob
any adjoining County shall have
dictiou, and it shall bo bis duty,
application, to attend at some tel
the Court of Probato in which sue
; may be pouding, which shall not
foro with the duties in his own C<
! and bea.- ami determine such eas-:.
SEC. 44. Tho Judge or Clerk of tho I
Probato Court shall have power to ad
miuistcr all oaths nocessary iu the trans?
action of business before the Probate
Court, aud all oaths required by law to
bo administered to persons executing
trust under tho appoiutment of said
SEC. do. Probate Courts may issuo all
warrants and processes, iu conformity to
tho rules of law, which in ay bo uecessary
to compel tho nttondunco of witnesses, or
to carry iuto effect nuy order, sentenco
or decree of such Courts, or the powers
grau ted them by law.
SEC. IC If any persou 6hall refuse or
neglect to perform any order, sentenco
or decreo of a Probate Court, such Court
may issuo a warrant, directed to any
Sheriff or Constable in the State, requir
iug him to apprehend and imprison such
person in tho common jail of the Coun?
ty; and if there be no jail of tho County,
then in tho jail of tho adjoining County,
until bo shall perform such ordor, sen?
tenco or decree, or bo delivered by due
course of law.
SEC. 47. Wbou a witness whoso testi?
mony is necessary to bo used beforo any
Frobato Court shall reside out of th it:
State, (or moro than thirty miles from
the placo of boldiug Court,) or by reason
of agc or bodily infirmity shall be una?
ble to atteud iu person, tho Court maj
issuo a commission to ono or more com?
petent persons to take tho testimony ol
such witness; and depositions taken ac
cording to tho provisions of tho law ioi
takiug depositions to bo usod ou th<
trial of civil causes may be used on tin
trial of auy question beforo tho Probuti
Court whero such testimony may bi
SEC. 48. Whoa i\ay Probato Court shal
have first taken ooguizauca of tho settle
ment of tho estato of a deceased person
such Court shall have jurisdiction of th
disposition and settlement of all the es
tate of such deceased persou to the ex
elusion of all other Probate Courts.
SEC. 49. Tho jurisdiction assumed b,
nuy Probato Court iu auy caso, 60 far a
it depends ou tho placo of residence o
the location of his estate, shall not b
contested in auy suit or proccedin
whatever, except in an appeal from th
Probato Court in thc original case, o
wheu thc waut of jurisdiction appears o
SE?J. 50. When, by law, a guardian i
required to bo appointed of a mino:
who is interested as heir or legatee, c
representative of such hoir or legatee, i
any estate which is iu a course of settli
mout, such guardian shall bc appointe
by the Probate Court before which sue
estate is in course of settlement; bt
afterwards, if the miuor shall reside i
another Couuly, nud is of the ugo <
fourteen years, ho may choose aud hui
a guardiau appointed in tho Couul
where ho shall reside; aud iu that ca:
thc powers of the first guardiau slit
cease. Ia all other cases guardiaus sin
be appointed by thc Probate Cou
of tho County where the persons f
whom the guardian shall be appoint?
i SEC. 51. The Probate Court, by whit
a guardian shall bo appointed, shall ha
jurisdiction of thc estate of tho war
and shall be ?tloue authorized to peru
tho sale of such estate, and .settle su
i guardian's accounts.
SEC. 52. Except as provided in t
first Seetiou, tba Probate Court iu eu
County shall appoint such times a
places for holding Courts as shall
. judged most convenient for all perso
interested, aud shall give notice of bil
I times and places in ono or more nev
? papers circulating in tho Couuty.
i SEC. 53. The Probate Court shall
? deemed open ut all times for the tra!
? action of ordinary business which tu
? be necessary, when previous notice
uot required to bo given to the per-c.
i SEC. 54. A Probate Court may bo t
i journod as occasion may require; a
i when the Judge is absent ut the time
i holding a Court the Clerk may udjot
SEC. 55. The Circuit Court shall lu
> appellate jurisdiction of all matters r
-, giually wtthiu the jurisdiction of
f Probate Court.
. j SEC. 50. Tho Supreme Court al
f j have jurisdiction ol all questions of !
i I arising in the course of thu proceed i
i j of the Circuit Court, in probate matt?
s ! iu the. same muuuer as provided by
i iu other cases.
3 SEC. 57. Any persou iuteresied iu :
final ordor, sentence or decree of i
) Probate Court, aud considering him
- injured thereby, may appeal therefr
3 to the Circuit Court iu tbo satueCoui
1 at the staled session next after such
? peal, and such appeal shall lin grantee
the Probato Court, if application
} made aud filed in thu clerk's <dijoe w
l in iiftoen days from thu dato of the d
3 aion appealed from,
i SEC. 59. In nil cases of appeal from
proceedings of the Probate Court, bc
1 such uppoul shall bo allowed, the pei
- appealing shall give a bund to the s.
r faction of thu Probate Court, with a i
s ditioa that he shall prosecute such up
i to effect, and pay all intervening dam
f i and costs occasioned by such appeal.
SEC. 59, lu ali cases of appeal thc
i j pellant shall file; in thc Prob ate Offict
f j grounds of appeal, and cause a <
Q I thereof to bc served ou the adverse pu
- ' at least twelve days before tho time \\
, the appeal is to be entered in the Ci?
SEC. (30. Tho persou appealing ahull
procuro and filo in thc Circuit Court to
which such appeal is granted a certified
copy of the record of tho proceodiugs
appealed from, of tho application aud
grounds for tho appeal liled in the Pro?
bate Court, aud of thc allowance of tho
same, together with tho proper ?vidence
that notice hus been given to thc adverso
party according to law.
SEC. GI. Whenan appeal, accordiugto
law, is allowed by tho Probato Court, all
proceedings in pursuance of tho order,
sentence cc decree appealed from shall
ceaso until the judgment ?f tho Circuit
or Supremo Court is bad; but if tho
appellaut, iu writing, waives his appeal
beforo tho entry thereof, proceedings
may bo had in tho Probate Court, as if
no appeal had boen taken.
SEO. 62. When such certified copy
shall havo been filed in tho Circuit Court
such court shall proceed to the trial aud
determination of tho question according
to tho rules of law; and if there shall be
any question of fact or title to land to bc
decided, issuo may be joined thereon
under tho direction of tho court, and n
trial thereof had by jury.
SEC. 63. Tho Circuit Court or Su?
preme Court, as tho caso may be, maj
tax costs for tho party who shall prevail
or when, in tho opinion of tho court, just
ico shall require it, the court may denj
such costs, and may tax costa for eitboi
party; and if costs be taxed against ai
executor or admiuistrator, the same shal
be allowed to him in his administration
SEC. 64. If tho persou appealing fron
tho proceedings cf tho Probato Court
as provided in this Act, shall neglect t<
j outer his appeal, tho Circuit Court ti
which such appeal shall bo taken, ou mo
tiou, aud producing attested copies o
such appeal by the adverse partj', shal
afiirm tho proceedings appealed from
aud may allow costs against the appel
SEC. Gu. Tho final decision and judg
meut iu cases appealed, as herciubofor
provided, shall bo certified to the Prc
bato Court by tho Circuit Court or Su
promo Court, as thc case may be, aud tb
same proceedings shall be bad in th
Probate Court, ns though snob de
c?8?ou had been made in such Probat
SEC. GC. NO Judge of any Probat
. Court Khali bc admitted to have au
voice iu judging or determining any iq
I peal from his decision, or be permitte
I tu act a? attorney or counsel thereon, c
j receive fees as counsel in auy matte
j pending iu tho Probate Court of whic
I he is Judge: Provided, it shall be lawft
fur Judges of Probate to practico law i
other courts iu such cases as arc uot co|
uizablo in court of probate.
SEC;. 67. All proceedings in tho Cou
uf Probate shall be commenced by pct
tion t? thc Judge of Probato for tl
County lo whom the jurisdiction of tl
subject matter belongs, briefly se;
j tiug forth the facts or grounds of thea
I SEC. GB. Thc Supreme Court ma
j from time tu time, make rulesrugulfttii
j tiie practice aud conducting tho businc
iu the Courts of Probate, in all cascsu
! expressly provided fur bj- law.
j SEC. GU. The County Commissiour
j of each County .shall provide all boo
j necessary for koepiug the records, als
ju seal ?md necessary ollie? fumina
; Provided said furniture shall not t
; cued in oust tba sum of uno huudrud de
SEC. 70. Tb? Judge maj' keep order
Court, and punish uuj- contempt of 1
authoritj" in like manner as such co
tempt might be punished iu the Circi
or Supremo Court.
; SEC. 71. When eo.-?ts ure awarded,
i be patel by one party tu the other, iu t
! Cuurts of Probate, said Courts may isa
: execution therefor, in like manner as
I practiced in tho Court? of common lu
; ami when uo form for a warrant or pi
I cess is proscribed bj' statute or rules
j Court, he shall frame ouo iu souforni'
i to the rules of law, aud the u-.ua! coui
of proceedings in this State. A
; Sheriff or Constable in the State sb
j execute thei order or processes of si
I Court, in the same manner as tho orel
I or processes ol tito Circuit or Supre
j SEC. 72. Thu Judge uf Ibo Prob
Cuurt may commit to the Lunatic A
1 lum auy idiot, lunatic ur person nun C.
i //os mantis, whu, in Iiis opinion, is so
? riuiislj- mad as te> render it maui fe?
: dangerous tei tho peace and safetj* uf
? oom rn tl ti i ty that he or she should bi;
; large; sud al.? ? in all such other ca
i provided by law. In all coses thc Jue
I shall certify in what pince tho said y
: sun or perseus reside! at thc timo of
; commitment, and such certificate si
j be conclusive eviduueo of such ri
SEC. 73. All laws aud parts of laws
: the lute Provisional Government of Sui
I Curoliua, relative to the powers, dui
: , and eoiirse ot procedure uf tho Coi
! ot Ordinary und Equity, as fur as
! jurisdiction of saiel Courts is herein C
: terreel on the Courts of Probate, not
1 consistent with the C.iu.stittitieiu nud 1
i Act, or supplied bj' it, are hereby adi
eel and declared to be o? force, and
\ plienb'c tu the Courtis of Piob ito.
' e?E THE e'OtKTS OF TH IA I. JUSTICE.
Sm*. 74. Jurisdiction.
SEC. 70. Qitalitication eu" bail.
SEC. 70. Justification <?f bail.
ft EC. ?S. ?JOStS.
SEC. 89. Auswor of titlo as to one
cause of ac.tiou.
SEO. 90. Docketing judgments.
SEC. 91. Rules.
SEC. 71. Trial Justices shall have civil
jurisdiction iu the following actions, and
1. lu actions arising on contracts for
tho recovery of money only, if tho sum
claimed doos not exceed ono hundred
2. An action for damages for injury to
rights pertoiuiug to tho person, or tho
porsounl or real property, if the damages
claimed do not exceed ouo hundred dol?
lars, and in cases of bastardy.
3. An notion for a penalty, fino or for?
feiture, wboro tho amount claimed or
forfeited docs not exceed one hundred
[CONTINUED TN OUR NEXT."J;
SINCE the firo of Sunday morning la?t, wo
liavo removed our Btock to Brice's old
stand, corner Main and Ulanding StrcotB,
whero wo will keen constantlv on hand a first
class btock of GROCERIES and FAMILY
SUPPLIES generally. Will also purchase all
kinds of country PRODUCE. My old custom?
ers and thc public aro invited to call.
_JulyJ()_J. A. HENDRIX & BRO.
XX TT "ST
THE "ARROW TIE'' was invented and pa
tontod by Mr. J. J. McComb, while a resi?
dent of Now Orleans, provious to thc late
war-and ealcK of coualcterablo quantity wore
in ado herc in 1S01.
Since thc war, it has been gradually grow?
ing in favor in every eection where cotton ia
Tho manufacture aud aalo of that TIE is the
exercise on thc pnrt of McCOMB of an unim?
peachable proprietary right.
For sale by &\l dealers in Iron T?CB and.
country merchants generally, under full gua?
rantee at tho lowest market "prices.
ROBERT MURE Ht CO., General Agents.
Charleston, S. C.
CnAHI.ES L, BARTLETT, Columbia, 8. C., Ge?
neral Travoling Agcut for the Carolinas.
It. HARRY Ai CO., COLUMBIA, S. C.
THIS delicious CORDIAL ?B mado from the
young buds of tho Vino, and its UBC wa
confidently recommend to those who nailer
from Throat and Lung Diseases, aa well as
those who antler from Rheumatism and Din
onsen of the Kidneys.
Manufactured by Ii. Harry <fc Co.
Thia CORDIAL ia made from tho fruit of
the "Hitter, or High Bindi Blackberry," and
is very linc. The valuable properties" of the
Blackberry aro well known.
Manufactured by li. Harry (C Co.
Thia Cordial i.-; made from the fresh plant.
The use of Mint as a Stomachic and Aati
Spasmodio, is known to all.
We offer to the publie thc above Ccrdiala.
They arc our own manufacture, and are mado
from the heilt materials. The .spirit useil ie
that from the grape; (we use no other;) the
augur ii the finvsl relined, and the otherin
grediotitri are- ?ill hah and pure. These Cor
di.il.s nre entirely free from drugs ??nd the
essential oil rt, ?>?> much used at tho present
?lay in tho manufacture of Core'ialt?, Bitters
ami Lhpi'.'ura. Tho Blackbcri y i* ?diglitlv
spiced; ?lin others aro without anice.
IU'ie pendent of their medicinal qualities',
thosd Cordials will he found grateful and plea
taut h? beverage-* or light stimulants. Cor?
dial.-- should not be useci before the morning
meal. P.. BARRY .V CO.
must be Sold II
WE haw about $10.000 in CLOTH?
ING. itior<~; than wc can realize oo
this Spring, ?uni wo are anxious, to
get rid of some of ii, and will self
VE it Y CHEAP for that purpose.
Our -tock ii the ?ar^ot-t, in our
lino, tine has ever been brought
to thi-j ci:y. Handsome Gooda,
and bough: right. Large lice of
BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S STRAW
HATS AND CLOTHING. New
Htylcs of MEN'S "VENTILATOR
best Pitting SHIRTS. Il ia now
generally admitted that we arc
maUir.i,- to wrdcr TUE FINEST
CUSTOM-MADE GARMENTS IN
TtlE sr.v l'E. Call and examine
IC, it W. C. SWAFFIKI.n.
1(\f\ URLS. Choleo New Family FLOUR,
1/1 J jii?l leceiv?il and (or salo hy
Julv 21 J. Je T. Il, AGNEW.