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YOLU ~~~ WINSBORP, 84 C. UVTJDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBERf 23, 1865.[NME
"1HE -NEW iahed oh Te oaddy,
u1rsduy and O and will be sup
Aliet 1o. subsieobet -at $1.00 per month,
vaiaibly I' iaiiane.
- ESingle copies ten oett4..
s~ -81)1 COvaarOtsx 10 T
O Ordinary advertisrniente, -oo inot
I more than eight lines, (one Square V o
&hverted in.ejns 41 -s,. $1. fort aI
iorio' id lit't ve gentO r46h
e sesquenfp Uiin.'
La er' vertiemebts, gihen-o 0e611t4t
-I. a , rV) be tbae in eacweptr
the fo llwing Aob "o'l
146 41 8 " 140.
or" ' n-fouvti,
toena to g eaitt se 2
retofor ort 'hr
b,00 A2;t t
o~ iet or tuteb 40g,90. pfr
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t 6 rh Ic~~~ofIi ~.l
fr n lawib 4ond peinks
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,r4efordi r 6 h#tna
$ 11 ei 0 0,
Sa.- l I "hM tat4e" 0'fhs nW
i~ieq&gno frigi 16 wihpe A)shtige
jiitii 6ie ba4 rili
Q6,1* di i hil nio
1 tw '1
,thamigfaasiteam m mmaralminiaumE.'D IV,~n SET1 ig
n4unnsua- punis6nts iq. I
hor6he weit of Puhia Pe W a
4p ad, exe6pt in cses of rebel o
r itivasion, when thi publi' safety may 1
ec. 11. The Legislature shall n6t
ant any title of nobility or hereditary i
istinctidl, nor create any office the ap. I
*intmnnt to which shall be for anyf
inger term than during good behavi
Se. 12. The militar -hall be subor.
Inste to the civil -power, and every citi
an has a'ight to keep and Woar alma
-r the comInondfen, and ' this -right
bAll never be questioned.
Sec. 18. 'No soldier shall, in time of,
ace, e quartered in any house with.
ut theconsent of the owner or oceupant;
oi' in tithe of war but'in amanner to be,
ireseribed by law. -
,eS.' 14. Etert person, Mr *n ury '
Ione hin in' hih' person, iep'tation,
ropetty, or h i nliitie sh all have
'emady by due course of law, and right
md justice sall pe administered freely
Md withotnt fa1cormpletely and with.
put, I rdantand*ithots deliy,
3e5.1. alrT cgil units, and in-All
~tto*~raios - deneerning property, the
aftles whill have t right to trial by jury,
xpept in cases where it has been here
oifr& otheise "ractioed, the parties
ny' be hear&by themselves and cooxnsel,'
~r either, at thelralection. ~
SEc &. 'No tax or duty sb1s he
nposed. without the conset df the
eople, or their .tepresentatves in the
witude aro-bereby ahbolishedin Soui
iarol ina, ae4 balljupin exitin mle
tate, except a 5-punishmet4for trime,
wheroof the pirty shill have boopdIuly
-1o. 38. eTbQoimerikton 9f certai:w
hteshaliet impair n&'deny .otherA
mioed by the people.
r una'bmovant introMaue the fl ow
nresqlton liwe refete ti J
3Mo~ate by proclainat tidoe
a r r4 ~mbolihld itid the
rpte of ) sovereign Sttfef lath
Morlini yd" wheroMs, thin ona
-'ernion is pay pse~ to add .~ or- sdb-i
Ittat feown ih-e . pf iaid P a"i
04 nd *hePi;g o ot d
omdpubli t ybii u give everf
snUiuDoa t to tinig alnt.
ipa fsaidn roe c bnatl.
f 61s lie-.i' tiefd
Q orhm ~ (o u Ie ti the II i A
lno elarty, wic pro'ilt )hat
not t (of' tll
4 ye ,r .lAte. :
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eiMMEM.2M B msb
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,e *lattreof the Stak, be-so. altered 5
nd amended that it shill not be under- le
t'ood to ,affeot . the validity of any It
k* hoe.tofoe pamsed, or now'of force in
his State. p
Mt. erry - introduceAd the following 91
leol 'ou-of the right. to be incolpo. t
ated in the Constitution; which was re
erred .to the committee on amendment. g
* the constitution :
L.L OP RIonTs.
1. All power is originally vetd llr
he people, And all free governments f
xre founded on their consent and au,
hoilty, i4 ' are instituted for their
>ace, safety and ha piness.
2, No ike6 citizens of this State shall
>e taken or iniprisoned, .or seized
f hisfeelheld, liberties or privileges, or
mutlatwed or exiled, or in any manner e
iejrived of his life; liberty or property,
>ut by th judgnent 6f his peers, or by q
lbW o('thelasnd'; nor shall an' bill of a
iteirider, &eofacto law, or aw im.
miring' theiggtion of contracts, ever
)e [passed by' the Legislature of this
6. The military shaJ be subordinate
o.c ii power. b
'. c ive bail shall not be re- r
guireo, nor exceesive prices ihnposed,
r ual punishments itited.
5 ThetWal by jur of free citizens,
ig heroofrdie ised in ti State, aid the
ibrtf or tie press, shall be forever in
JA97. D0v9s.-4'he, ITofolk Port of
JeWIje5,' Davis was yetterday trans. P
-frefo -his casem4te prison to a d
oom in CirlI HAll in'Fortress Mon.
too. ,Thw chane -iras ta4e ne(dessary,
ting'to te decllnig health of thelate'.
Iident C rtoll'Halt is,14~rhaps, the
most' 'omforft*Ble b'ilding I't'the fort, .4
and instead of being itkd to a p6rt. '
I6levaw of th6 woirld Mr. Davis will '3
tooebn erabled t v he entire
tme m window.
*46~~ beg".1 ing mad to, rds v
he'lrapairs-on the Kd moutain r
Railon'd wegning krward. il nl
Wr and engine bl glto
other-r.r* e stand ing on tra61mk
In khe vioinitw of Chester, -whqh;erfb
uinrob i the'work. We haveben
hior tha angetneghts &Vebeing'
uiade t4 pla4e these cars and engi es, k
"brotd it4n: 1s riss, fly.
Cveah )1eery Tgeadayg hura.'
and4 tu# from Guthriesi le-s
' fd -. Yorkville-to hn
W*14sil a Chest. Rael M
(t~stie (9r the ceduveyance pas.
WeIgem; We hre satisfled that Mri 1ir.
win he Presidnt of the road is doihg
or i W i power, to.-'
t'p uniCition. by.
Th h any- beenh ;ppeld 1
ioreti"Owo'age 'Of his, dt iii
a short tim.
.W~bbo,~k4he Ckaaw.ba) net
lltW= ,butwe leart th0Nr,
. . i...... Preu.den of ..he
peeof Irnn, theoost.Voi
r K i*der the *dptide
elQile t n
acretary of tho Intorior has written a
tter to Konm George- N Edmonds, of
>wa, in which .he says:
The real question at issue, in b national
)int of view. is- not whether negroes
taiI be permitted to* vote, but whether
iey shall derive that authority from the
rational Government or fro n t he State
President Johnson .maintains the
Dctrine that the Constitution of the
rnited States does not confer on the
'derpl Government the right to inter.
ire primarily with the question of saf.
age in any State of the Union ; that
1e question 'may arise properly and be
ecided by Congress, when Senators and
tembers present themselves for admis
on to -seats in that body unider the
ause of the Constitution which inakes
ach House. the exclusive judge of the'
klifications and elections of meersno;
ad that other clanso of the Constitution
Stile United States, wvhich provides
tat "the United States shall-guarantee
>every State in the Union a republican
rm of government." I infer that if any
tate should adopt a law on the subject
rsuffrage, which would clearly show
te Sath Government to be other than
tpublican, it would be the duty qf Con
ress to reject applicants for seats, ani
adopt whatever legislative remedies
ould, in their judgment be necessary
carry out tle guarantees of the, Con
The following froin General herman's
te - spetch at Lancaster,. Ohio, gives
retty clearly the responsibility. -of the
evastation i his hne of nproh.:
"So,. soldiers,. when we marched
iraugh.and. conquered the, coulltry of
e rebels, .ma bepme otoners of all they
vd, And. don't wrant you l. be trou.
led in your' consciencea- for taking,
rhile on, opr great iharch, th.prop" y
( con nred reels. They for ied
Sr. 04to ii and 1bein ,et for
r 'mot to-) hr be ong d,
uIoop 44. i0i Toueoor 4oiM
l tb 0 0r r l 6 0 44a t :111 03
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BY TJIH PROVISONAL eel ,&N.
'EXEOUTIYE- D1PARItMEN S
Man 18, 659"'
HE1EAS,. It is represented t at a
manyportions of the State there Is
rat dlistur enep and 'apprehnouiox *ea
awless persons, who are thieving, maraud.
ing and committing.aots of violence renhot6
from the militry rrisons stationed at the
Court Houses; an whereas, Brigadier Gean'.
eral Ames, commniding the Nothwesterh
Portion. of the 81,ate has suggested thecOr6
'sation of a militia police force in eaab
4set 6f his. odfnmand, to act in conoert
with his fores in preserving order and
pease in the oomnlunity; and whereas It i
supposed that - the Other i6Iikq commanti.
ere willhave ho 6OjOetiOns to aid and assist.
anee on the part of the oisonsIin suppress
Ing crime and maintiniift order; and
whereas, also, it appear' ter ent
Johnson ha. .saetioned .P A OAh -th.
Provisional Governor of is -
ganise. a similar force in thatS 8a ebd bas
forbidde militarq auth.rities t.ere to
Nw, th N
State eof oth Colinado proollinordt and
deoleirahatthere shall bef3ftned ~*d~rgas.
ised In c udicial Iistritop or am
militia btpponiea fok' a s i p0olice, to act
under and be uxiliryto 44 mIikaygari.
son of stich"District ' in'Ointo 0,ieo
ad preserving te p . or 0 r 'tiet.
The Oompanies will ,otislatlf' aP sd -
three Lieutenants and -e6hty mtoseastmted
ever the Distriotao'as 10 o ewiawess.
ble ftops all ints.wAes" any .d tIsWI#h*et
a oeur. hen the c nies are f
T 6ey will their-lptmai
to the ral" i coIn
n tha To t1e11o o
Mot AR t O there to .
oad t aod
bt'is 0 b., go "
,ri ane W eOO l 4O . t
0U a edbet: sesd#
t1jo f v h a dtilitsu
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S te otie