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1E TRI- WEEKLY NEW.S.
VOLUMEI.] WINNSBORO, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 2 11865. rTtin,- on'
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On motion of Mr. Blgk, it wa lah
Qt the table
M. '16glisa introduced'the followinj
resaoItion, 9vbicli wvas'agveed to
Rfesolved, That a conhnittee - of ievet
MnubMersto bestyed ."the committe4
on Ordineaes an'd lesolu 'os,"be ap
pointid b'y the President, hich shal
bO referred all ptopositions of natters t<
be :ordined o'r'rbsolv4 by .this conven
tion, not properly.orihxolusv-ely referret
to en' one of the Othot Connuttaes al
ready provided for.'
SSIr. Frow introduced thi followin
eroho n, whikh Was reed t6
'64to! e ted d use of th
Covei one, hundrod au a Afy copie
of tho oa8t tu lop of th ftdptm
Nkt4,f4Oi e Mr.O e, CteOt ventioIt
ad. nurq . dd . on. .161tutocs pi4-, :8 olclocl
M isEP'TEM'I R 1 0 65.
Akt th beionr to Whh ich e Oivptid
Otnitei Uah. bedltek
41i ata b. Proe inga., ail opevel
* fllovil; addiell'nal D061knte
appe4t, e i "- A4lib4 1 j oredetijahi
a e4 c d theit es as emper
- 4 #9 ion.
te tP si 'ote r
adP Io - Ipa,
the ?resident oftee
Go eor- of reqgl
-of thae House of 3epresetstiv
a*.Goversior for ,the remiai rd6t
late jurisdiction throughout the State; tI
the Indges thereof to be selected, by the p
Governor, subject to the approval of a .1
ma'jority of the Senate. , s
2. A Superior court, the Judges ther' I
of to be sQlected and approved in like u
manner as the Judges of the Supreme p
Court, the duties of said Judges, among if
others, to consist in, administoring the it
usual duties 'in each Judicial District '
twice in every year.
2d. A District or Judicial court to con a
sist of one Judge, a resident of the Ju. b
dicial District, to be elected for tile term
of four years, by the voters of the Dis. n
triet ; the duties of said court extending a
to the hearing and determining all small F
and mean causes, ald also all causes, 8
lately within the jurisdiction of tiie court f<
of magistrates and Freeholders, not, a
however, precluding the office of magis- I
trate. Said committee will also inquire .
and report on the propriety of giv. c!
-ing said ourt all jurisdiction raow exer
cised by the Ordinary , of the Dis. ti
' Mr. Bolling introduced the following -A
r resolution, which was referred to the
Committee on the Judiciary Depart- ft
ment: <. ,
. Reselved, Th'at in is the duty of all I
good governmets to make the acquisi
tion of juatice as cheap and convenient 0
to the masses of the people as possible, ti
and therefore, that it be referred to the p
Committee on the Judicial Dopertment
to hiquiro into'nad report a scheme for F
organising a court ofInferior Jurisdiction it
for the trial of all petty mhislemenanorn, S
of all civil anauses whore the amount in. 0
volved does not exceed ono hiandred ti
dollars in value, and u fall cases, whether
civil or criminal, in which the parties r
litigant are persons 'of color.
Al-o, introdpced the following reso
lusibn; whiph was referred to the con
mittee ,n the .Legislattivo Departmnt: a
Resolved, That the IJegislaturo should I
be prolibited, by-a suitable provision in n
the coanstitution, .from .appropriating I1
oney to workspfinternal irrovements
noid;-l86ohlindinili i nd rdit tn
of thie State to idivaduals, corporations .e
or pomphnie, for. that; or any otlior P
purpose. - h
Mr. Lyasesne introduced the following it
resoltion, .whilpliwas adopted: p
RYolved, That orilinaauces adopted by e
this convention, shall b* engrossed, and
then ratified, by being sigied by- the
Presidet and clerk.
Also, introdueed the fallQwirig resolu- .
on; ivhich was referred to the connit-0
toou 1AMendments to the constitution.:
Resolved, That to prevent or lessen
evils attendant'on frequert.eletion, j
and to guard igainat the Orofanati6n of '
the Sabbath,it is expedient to provide
by the coustitution that all 'popular i
ololaionesfor Fodiral, StAe or musioipal 'J
offery shall be held .on oie and . the.
0am'e day,:an'd by the saine manage, ,e
n .4:0tt- in the middle of the. week-soy 0
ecoatWednesday in October,
4,3 Introduved .an Ordinanco o
4eolarq savery abolished in South'Car.
r bit re-establishment
th o he comtni4ee on
a efa gfe oluto
a rtes n
ie city of Washington, in behalf of the
eople of Soilth Carolina, to ask of his
|xcellency, the President of tho United
tates, to extiid to the Mon. Jefferson
lavis.that clemency which he has shown
9,- who are equally the sharers of his
nilt, if guilt there be, and which
accomplishing solm uch towards restora.
ig the peace and harmuiony of the
Mr. Connor offered the following
an omendment ; which was accepted
y Mr. William Wallace.
.lesolved, That it be referred to a com.
ittee of Three, to draft memorials. to be
Idressed, by this convention, to His
xcollency, the President of the United
tates, requesting Executive clemency
r Ieffersor. Davis, tle late President,
Id A. H.' Stephens, the late Vice.
resident ot the Confederate States ;
.G. Xagrath and Geo. A.Trenholm,
tizens of this State.
Wheroiipon, the President appoin ted
to following members of the committee :
febers. Connor, Willi4m, Wallace and
Mr. F. W. Picken introduced the
llowing resolution ; w iich was referred
the committee on "Ordinances and
*esolved, That it be referred to the
Mmittoa on Ordinances and Resolu
ons, to inquire and report on the pro.
riety of sending a competent agent to
Vashington, to ascertain from the
'resideht what is the ondition of the
Adsecalled "Abandon Lands" in this
tate, and how long it ill be before the
wnerA of such lands w I be restored to
to possession of their I operty.
Mr. Winsmith introdi :ed the following
tsolittion ; 'which was referred to the
>minlttee on the Ame dnontU to the
Whereas, .Negro el very has been
bolished by the proc amations of the
resident of the United' States and the
iilitary authorities of the same : Be it,
Ro.olred. T'hat neitlhr negro slavery
or involhntary setvitude shalI hereafter
xist in this State, except as a punish.
ient for crime, of which the pprty shall
ive been duly convicted by law. And
shall he the duty of the Legislature to
iss such laws as will finally carry into
Teet the foregoing ordinalice.
l'hisDay's Proceedings to be concluded'.J
ErOTTOX RnTO ns.-The following
the official re-turn of- tile election held
u Mond~ty last in this District for mem
ero.toltho Convention :
Ho6. Jas. L. Orr received 623.votes;
ohn Wilson,'607 ; Dr. A. EvIns, 451
V. 8. Pickens, 403 ; Rev. J. s: inr
ty 347 ; 0. H. V. Fauit, 326 ; W- D,
Ailkes, 306 ; W. S. Mtoore, 209 ; N.
feAlister, 187 ; Isham W. Taylor, 100.
Iessre. Orr, Wilson. Evins and Pick
as are elected. There were., a nguiber
I sdattoring votes.
f Anderson IntellgenWeer
APC'T f O'N $AL t
3f0ueshq lKitehha firnitur4e, .,
Te ubscribt--will 1el on
US0DAY (0Ti! OCTODER WRNXT,
g14t*der, all his
1114E Ipithen Furnhure
144 oftet i the noextyear M
ii $M$~Rfl A 4D Tffiafl4I
U1A MJ 0~f~
"TAXE DUE lVOTICE."
T IlEtubscriber takes this method to in
form his "Old Friends" and the "pub.
lic generally" that ho-is convalescent, hoping
these few lines may find them enjoying the
le furthermore wishes to inform them
that he has "given up" the Conductorship
on "The Black Valley Railroad," and has
quietly retired to his "Kitchen," where he
has just reeeived a barrel of the renowned -
"Soberiflck," which he warrants to exhill. r
rate, invigorate,- domesticate, civilize and
moralize every one who indulges in its use.
Ie furthermore wishes to inform them f
that lie expects soon to be able to furnish
such articles of "Fluidity" as are usually
found in a Kitchen, vis : "Pot Licker,
"Cooter Soop," &c.. &c. When ready he
will inf9rm his old friends in the town and
around the country, that. they, having due
notice, may govern themselves accordingly.
"So moe it be." A. D. HILLIARD,
North East Corner, Mount Zion Street,
Burnt Town, formerly Winnsboro, 8. 0.
BY TlE 'PRO VISIONA1L GO VERNOR.
EXECUTIVE PEPARTMENT 8. 0,
SMr'THxIaa 18, 1-805,
W11IEREAS, it is represented that In
many portions of the Stati there is
great.disturbance and apprehension from
lawless persons, Who are thieving, maraud
ing and committing acts of violence remote
from the military garrisons stationed at the
Court Houses; and whereas, Brigadier Gen
eral Ames, commanding the NorthwiRstern L
portion of the State, has suggesteJ the or
anization of a militia police form irl oaeh
strict of his command, to not in concert a
with lis1 forces In preserving order and (
peace in the community ;. and whereas it is ,
supposed that the other military -command- ,
ore will have no objetions to aid and assist--'
aneo on the part of the citizens in suppress -ti
Ing! orili and -maintaining -order :" and e
whereas, also, it appears that. Presideta. 1
Johnson has sancqioned and atehorised the
Provisional Governor ot Mississippi to or.
ganise a similar force In that State, and has
forbidden the military At'thorities there to
interfere with such oi'ganizations :.
Now, therefore, I, BENJAMIN kRANK
LIN PERRY, Provisional. Govetnor of the 2
State ofSoutis Carollttado proclaim,order and
dpolare,thatithere shall be formed aind organ
ied in each Judiilal District one or mere -
militla oorpanies for a honie police, to act
ander and be auxiliary to the military garril
son 'of such District in preventlg crime's
and preserving the, peace of th, District.' (
The companies wiR copsist of a 0400nand k
three Lieutenant and-eighty'men, oittered &
r ver the District.' so -sto b? easily abessl- al
ble from all pointe wAere any disttrbaficie al
may opo4r. When thcompantes ar ftia. p
ed they will repor, Lhraig4 their,Captain's, 4
td the respolive Brigaie-Gne.i1s eons .11
tnanding in'!outk Carolinao4to t4jPsvps&,
.blarshe1s at tie ,rospecOW Court- llonse, .i
and.ftom thetm reoelv~ietir ordersi. Wheh- b,
arress have been made, they wil'turn'the p
offenders over to 'the civil autb9ritie or -r
bring olm htofdeth'o. 1rovpstL ttrshal .er. ci
stria d p'ushnieit, hecord to t he
ternis of eet betwebn GenaiMeel o
and Gilliore and myself if to -the respeo. t
tive')urisdiotlop; of the civil andmilitary a 11 1
thortles Iti 8uth .srelt ', Is
This polles guard wI I IK. voit4.y In Its
0. A44s o !ooula be15 69o* Sd of 0i
f161e di4 esoia- of-stag 1104 14
11 ee bue)ms s~a't stal
aharao(sr-li th. comnmuty,. ho 11
igto tWadet, theIr e9rvIe romp
the' a1j Ail~altiopoI eh
ont ihe~ BSt, will iw Ioes1',G
r nlift ue in 'pre e~~~ pes'e i
doe~w~l~knw't) a beil
tio 6 6rftafloe f ths
rO(L. JAMES H. RION will act as my
J A torney during my absence from the
tate. 6 S. WOLFE.
TAKE pleasure In announcing to my
friends In Fairfield, that I lave just
eoelved a complete assortment of
or Men's wear, consisting of
CASSIMERES, (plain and fany,)
a faot.all classes of goods usually found in
il of which will 'be inqde to order in the
lest style, as cheap as the same class dl
oods can bo bought anywhere.
,j have also
B LAC K C L O.T H S
ultable for making Ladies' Cloaks, Which,
Pill be sold or made to order. -
SW Orders for goods will be fi11d and
ent by Express.
JUTTING AND AEPAIEUI&Q.,
s all its branches, neatly and dural Oe
uted. - J. 8. PHILL 8,
sept 16 '6-0i1n4 - pharlotte, NC.
1OPARUTN ERRE NOTIOE;
r HIC ubscribers having tbIf daky entered
into fcopartnershipi, stder the firm of
RICIARD O'NRALE & SON,
or the pupose of transacting a
GERERA CONlOlON 0081w 8,'
a the purchase And sale ef
nd other kinds of
rould respectfully inform their fMenda
Ne publio that they are now preparto to
Ngulei the business formerly carried on by'
le senior parner, P. O'Ne o, Sr.) Ay
rders entrusted to them will ree.the
They are qlso p'epared to receith and
ore Cotton ensgPed to the,..
R.' O'1%EALE, Sr.:
IL O'NEALU, Jr.
Columbia, 4. 0.) Seit 1, 1865.
SW Oh etr &andard and Charlo
C illu p ub four tinas and @end
C Iolumbik P Ug,
r6 aArsu81~PTjS mU rq] Tjc t*AZ Th 05
rfd'AaVnsUt-ista Was NO , do
.~~~~~ clior e, ae
spa J e tated, sall e'i
dpai 4Mraball to
)Be o ges~
o., dukin; ~~fsa eiiat April