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OF THE '/,"* CONVENTION OF THE P?0PL? (tf S()CTI?'CAROLINA. ? . _ . ' . ? SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 18G5. Mr. BOYCE presented the" credentials of the Delegate from thc Parish of St. HelonaH which, on motion of Mr. BOYCE, was referred" to a Special Committee of Three.; whereupon tho President announced the following members of tho Committee : Messrs. Terry, Gourdin, Ball Mr. BLACK asked and'obtained leave to record the vote he would have given, if present, ou the passage of an Ordinauc?-to repeal the Ordinance of Secession ; -and Mr. Black being called, answered aye. Mr. MOSES, from the Committee on the Judicial Department, made a report on so much of the Governor's Message as relates to the sittings pf - thc_CourJ? of 3'jucals ; which was ordered tp be laid ?ni tba tabla and te he printed. Mr. FROST .gave notice that, on Monday next, he will offer certain amendments to tho Otb Rule of the Convention. Mr. BOLLING offered tko following resolution ; which was ordered to be laid on the table : ' . Resolved, That a Committee of Twelve, composed of two from each Con? cessional District, be appointed by the President of this Convention, to inquire and report to this Convention what number of Representatives it.will "be proper, according to thc ?present law-"of the United States, that . this State shall tender to the approaching Congress of the United States. Mr. DAWKINS, from thc Committee on Ordinances and Resolutions, made a report ou a resolution to restore political relations with the. State. On motion of Mr. DAWKINS, the Committee was discharged, and the same was roferred to the Committee on Amendments to the Constitution ; also made a report on An Ordinance to declaro slavery abolished in. this State, and on othei papers referred on tho same subject .; which was ordered for consideration on Monday next ; also made a report on A Resolutiou in relation to Electors of Presidentrand vice-President ol the United States ; which was ordered for consideration on Monday next. Mr. FROST introduced the following resolution ; which was referred tn the Committee on ?rdinances-and Resolutions : Resolved, That the Provisional Governor be authorized and requested to appoint an agent to proceed to Washington, and remain there, whose duty it shall be to represent, with the President and the departments, the inte? rests of tho State, and give aid to the citizens of the State in advancing with the proper authorities the relief that may.be sought in applications . fovpardon and for the rcstitution?of their real and personal property. Mr. MACBETH introduced the following resolution ; which was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary Department : Resolved, That hereafter colored persons and negroes shall be permitted . to tesfify in all the Courts of this SjLute in all eases where the rights of per? sons, or of property of such persons, may bc concerned. Mr. HAMMOND introduced the following resolutions ; which wert referred to the Committee on Ordinances and Resolutions : .Inasmuch as a fundamental difference of opinion in reference i?>the char? acter, powers and policy of the Government of the United States and'ol the State Governments, which existed-lu the Convention which f rained? tin* tConstitution, and, after more than three-quart*-rs ol' a century of political contest" resulted in a bloody and exhausting'war; and, whereas, when a people draw the sword, appealing to the .last and highest tribunal Vnnwu to man, they should abide by its decisions m good faith ; and, whereas, it is neither wise nor politic hi tifo people of the South te*contkme any long? er a contest in which they have been twice defeated-once by political ma? jorities and once by the sword ; therefore, wo. tho people of South Caroli? na, in Convention assembled, accept, as the results of the war, the principles embraced in the following resolutions, and will sustain the mildly anti faith? fully as a national policy : ^ 1. Resolved, That tho Union is the first and paramoun^Ponsideration of . the American people. ii. Resolved, That sovereignty, a unit absolute and indivisible, which, in all nations, must exist somewhere*, resides in tire American people, and it? authorized representative within tho limits of the organic law-the Consti? tution-is the Federal Government. 3. Resolved, That it is au incontrovertible fact that slavery has ceased to m exist through the exercise of the military power of the Federal Government, and that any attempt by us to revive it would be impolitic, unwise, and, . not onlj' futile, but disastrous. 4. Resolved, Tbat it is the true policy of tho American people to confine the General Government strictly within the limits of the Constitution, and to acknowledge the inalienable right of each State to regulator^ own affairs in its o wu way. 5. Resolved", That the late war was not one of an oppressed people against tyranny, but arose from an apprehension, on the parted' the weaker section, of oppression and tyranny in the futur??, and Avas Carried on nader an hon? est conviction, co-existent among* statesmen in every part of the country, with the adoption of tho Constitution itself, that a State had the r?serv?e right to revoke the powers it had delegated to the General Government, whenever, in the judgment of such State, there might be danger that those powers would be used to its disadvantage. The war, therefore, not having been strictly in.the nature of rebellion or insurrection, we most respectfully suggest'to his Excellency tin?; President, the justice and wisdom of not en . forcing the pains and penalties affixed to those crimes by the laws of the United States. G. Resolved, That we endorse the acts of President Johnson's adminis? tration, and will cordially support its wise and patriot ic efforts to restore ti the whole country tho biossing.'? of peace.. Mr. DUDLEY, from the Committee on Amendments ^to the Constitu? tion, made a report, (hi sundry resolutions as to the mode of election of Treasurers, Comp trollel'-General and "Secretary of State, and resolutions by Mr. Orr, indi outed by Nos. 10, ll, 12 and 13 of series. So lunch as relates to resolutions Nos. l^i and 13 was recommitted to th? Committee, with instructions to report articles and sections for the Consti? tution, in accordance with the suggestions of tho report; and the remaindei of the report was ordered for consideration on Monday next. Mr. F. W. PICKENS introduced a Bill or Rights, which was referred t? the Committee on Amendments to the Constitution. . Mr. SMART introduced the following resolutions, which were referret to the Committee on Ordinances and Resolutions: Resolved, That we earnestly recommend to tho citizens of this Slate th? immediate formation iii each District of a force olr citizen?militia, to act ii concert with the United States troops as a general police-for tue Distric in Mdiich they are raised, to tho end thatorder *aud civil authority may b restored and enforced, Resolved, 2. That tho forces thus raised shall, as soon as their organiza tion is completed, report through the proper chating to the officer com manding the United States troops garrisoning their District, and be sub joe to his order and direction. Resolved, '.i. Th itt His Excellency the Governor lie requested toprescrib such organization and adopt such measures us in his judgment s?iall b necessary to carry put the above, ainl to urge on the United States authori ties the acceptance of such organization in lieu of the colored garrison now on duty. . Pfc' Mr. LESESNE, from the Committee on the Judiciary Department; mad a report on An Ordinance to declare in present force the Constitution and laws her? tofore in for<-e in this S?sate, and the acts, official*, public and private, dom and the appointments and elections nunle under authority of the same; als on sundry resolutions on the same subject; which was ordered for congie eration on Monday next. Mr. F. W. PICKENS introduced the following sections to'the Bill c Rights, which was referred to the Committee ?rn Amendments to the Coi stit.ii( ion : The free exercise and enjoyment of religious profession and worshi] without discrimination or preference, shall forever hereafter bo allow? - within this State to all mankind : Provided, that the liberty of eonscienx thereby declared shall not bo construed as to dtfcmse acts of licentiously): or justify practices inconsistent with the peace ami safety ol'tho State. The rights, privileges, immunities and estates, both of civil and religio? societies, aud of corporate bodies, ?ball remain us if the Constitution ? this State had not been altered or amended. ??NSTITTJTION ?F SOUTH CAEOIi?NA. We, Vie DelegcU?s"?f ?te People of ?7te State ?f Sou?i Garolinafbiii -Ge/ierat Convention met, do ordain yand establish this Coiwtittttiot^for its govetiiment. ARTICLE 1 . ." DECLAMATION OF RIOHTSL SEC. 1. All power is inherent in, the pooplti, and nil free governments arc j founded in their authority and instituted for their b?nefit. Tho people, therefore, have an inalienable and, indefeasible Tight to institute govern-1 mont, and to alter, -reform or totally change the same whon their safety and happiness require it. Six;. 2. All men have a natural aud inalienable right to worship Almighty God according to the dictates of their own consciences, ,and no one shall bo hurt, molested or restrained, in his person, liberty ox estate, for worship? ing God in the manner and season most agreeable tot^e dictates of his own conscience, nor for his religious professions or sentiments ; provided, he does not disturb tho public peace, nor obstruct- others in their" religious worship. SEC. 3. No laws shall be passed respecting on establishment of religion, or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or tho right of the people peaceably to assemble and to petition the Legislature for a.redress of grievances. . SEC. 4. Tho people shall be s?curo in their persons, houses, papers and possessions, from unreasonable searches and seizures ; and no warrants shall issue but upon probablo cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing tho pince to be searched, and tho person or things to be seized. , SEC. 5. No person shall be held to answer for a capital or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in tho land or naval forces, or in tho militia when in actual servico in time of war or public danger, or in cases of impeach? ment, or in such casos of offence as are usually cognizable by a justice of thc peace. . SEC. 6. No person shall be subject for thc samo offence to be twice put in joppardy of life or limb ; nor shall bo compelled in any criminal case to bo a witness against himself, nor to be deprived of life, liberty or properly, Avithont duo process of law ; nor shall private property be taken for public use without just compensation. SEC. 7. In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy tho right to a speedy and public trial, by au impartial jury of tho District wherein the crime shall have been committed, and to be informed of tho nature and cause of thc accusation, and have a copy thereof ; to be confronted with the witnesses against him, to have compulsory process "far obtaining wit? nesses in his favor, and to have the assistance of oounsel for his defence. SEC. 8. No person shall bo taken or imprisoned, or deprived of his freehold liberties or privileges, or outlawed or exiled, or in any manner destroyed or deprived of his life, lilierty or property, buMvy the judgment of his peera, or by the laws of the land ; nor shall any bill of attamder, e.r. post facto law, or law impairing the obligation of contracts, ever be passed by the Legislature of this State. SEO. !). Tho trial bj? jury as heretofore used in this Stat?', and the liberty of tho press shall be forever inviolably preserved. SEO. li?. Excessive bail shall not be required; nor excessive lines im? posed; nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted; nor the writ of /tabeas corpus suspended, except incases of rebellion or invasion, when the public safety may require it. SEC. ll. The Legislature shall not grant any title of nobility or heredi t?iry distinction, nor create any office the appointment which shall be for any longer term tlian during g?x>d behaviour. . ' * SEC. 12. The military shall be subordinate to the civil powor, and every citizen has a right to keep and bear arms for the common defence, and this right shall never be questioned. SEC_,13L Nn-RfilnlW ?Hn.ll. in ~* U '^wt,?^ ru airy IWUKP without tho consent of the owner OJ- occupant; nor tn time of war but in a manner to be prescribed by hiw. ... SEC. 14. Ever^r person, for an injury done him in his person, reputation," property, or immunities, shall have remedy by due.course of law, and right and justice shall be administered freely and without'sale, completely ami without? - , promptly and without delay. SEC. 15. In all civil suits, and in all controversies concerning property, the parties shall have a right to trial by jury, exeept in eases where it has ^iceii heretofore otherwise practiced* the parties may be heard by them? selves and counsel, or either, at their election.. SEC. 16. No tax or duty shall be imposed without the consent o? the people, or their Representatives in the Legislature. SEC. 17. Slavery and involuntary servitude are hereby abolished in South Carolina,- and shalr*not again exist in the State, except as a punishment for crime, whereof tho party shall have been duly convicted. SEC. 18. The enumeration of certain" rights shall ?ot impair nor deny others retained by the people. Mr. DUNOVANT introduced tho following resolution ; which was re? ferred, to the Committee on Ordinances and Resolutions : * Whereas the.President of ?lie United States has, by proclamation, de? clared that slavery is forever abolished within the limits of the sovereign State-of South Carolina ; and whereas this Convention is powerless to add to or substract froni the force of the said proclamation' ; and whereas good conscience and a sound public policy bids us to give every constitutional support to the proclamation aforesaid ; andjwheroas the Constitution of the United States provides for its own amendments ; and whereas tho Congress of the United States has, as provided for in the Constitution, proposed an amendment to tho Constitution of the. United States in reference to the institution of slavery, which proposition luis been referred not to Conven? tions in the States, but to the Legislature of the States, lkxet therefore Resolved, That all propositions relating to the subject of slavery, are hereby referred to the Legislature of this State. . Mr. ORR introduced an Ordinanco to divide Pickens District into-two Eleetion and Judicial Districts; which was referred to the Committee on Ordinances and Resolutions. Mr. WINSMITH introduced the following resolutions ; which were re. ferred to tho Committee on the Legislativo Department : Resolved, That the General Assembly of South Carolina, consisting of a Senate and Douse of Representatives, shall be constituted as^Tollows : 1st. Each Judicial District of the State, as now constituted, shall be an Election District, and that each sijch Election District shall be entitled, to? one Senator in the General Assembly of South Carolina. 2d. The House of Representatives shall consist of on? hundred and twenty-four members, to be apportioned among the several Election Dis? tricts of the State, according to the number of white inhabitants, and the amount of all tax?, raised by the Legisbttvmy one Representative to bo allowed for every sixty-second part of tho whole number of white inhabi? tants, and ono Representative for every sixty-second pari, of tho whole taxes raised by. tho State : P rmi it tm I, That each Election District shall be en? titled to at least ono^loprownibitivo :# A nd providedfurther, That no Election District shall ever be entitled to moro than one-twelfth part of th? whole number of llopivsentutlvew. . ' Mr. REED introduced tho fallowing resolution ; which was referred to thc Committee on Amondmonf.? to the Constitution : Resolved, That so much of Motion two, article nine, of tho Constitution of tho State us provide? that no ?te post facto law or law? impairing th? obli? gation of contracts shall .ever be passed by the Legislature of the State, be so altered and amended that it shall not be understood to affect the validity of any law heretofore passed, or now of force in this State. Mr. PEItftY introduced the following declaration of thc rights to bo in? corporated in the Constitution ; which was referred to the Committee on Amendments to the Constitution : BILL OF RIGHTS. 1. All power is originally vested in tho people, and all free governments are founded on their consent and authority, and are instituted for their peace, safety and happiness. -2...No free citizen of this State shall bo taken, or imprisoned, or desoized 1 of his freehold, liberties or privileges, or . outlawed, or exiled, or in any manner deprived of his life, liberty or property, but by tho judgment of his x>oers, or by tho law of the land : nor shall any bill of attainder, e.c post facto law, or law impairing the obligation of contracts, ever be passed by tho Legislature of this State. 3. The military shall bo subordinate to the civil power. ?. 4. Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive prices imposed, nor cruel punishments inflicted. 5. The trial by. jury of free citizens, os heretofore used in this State, and tho libtxrty-?f the press, ? slmU be forever inviolably preserved. . p gjgjjjj - - rr-i m HBSTATTRANT /?fe. /T\ MRS. EMMA HOE has opened an EA'P ^3^^ ING HOUSE, on Lin-_t_ coln street, on.? door from Lady where gen? tlemen can jorocure their KE GULAR MEALS, LUNCHES, etc., at all hourn. The very best of ovesything in tho market vr?l be furnished. Sept 14 6* Notice to the Tax-payers of tne~City of Columbia. PURSUANT to instructions from tho Council of tho city of Columbia, I will be found, between tho hours of 9 a. m. and 2 p. m., at tho Council. Chamber, for ?io purpose of receiving CITY DUES. Sept 8 . F. H. ELMORE, Oiljr Clerk. A CAED. THE undersigned will remove to Now York in tho course of a fow day?, and will be permanently located at the ?tore of THOMAS R. AGNEW, No. 260 Greenwich street, whoro ho will bo pleased to attend to all "orders, accompanied tcith rc mitta aces, with which ho may be entrusted. From his experience as tho business and purchaMing partner of tho timi of Fisher it Agnew, ho believes ho can promise satisfaction, and select such goods as are beut adapted "to Southern trade. Oidora for GROCERIES wUtbe executed at the lowest market rates, FREE OF COMMISSION. JOHN AGNEW, No. 2G0 Grqpnwich street, Sept ll 7*_New York City. COPART?ERSHII'NOTICE, 11HE subscribers having this day entered into eopartnorohip, under the linn of 'RICHARD Oy NEALE ?fi SON, for tho purpose of transacting a GENERAL COMMISSION RUSINESS, tn the purchase and sale of COTTON and other kinds of I COUNTRY PRODUCE, wftuld' respectfully ? inform their friends and th? public that, they aro now prepared to resume th? busi I ness formerly carried on by tho senior part .ner, (R. O'Ncale, er. ) Any orders uiitrast otl to them will receive Cicir immediate attention. R. O'NEALE, Sr.. 9 . R. O'NEALE, Ju. Columbia. Sept. ll, 1865. Sept ll t? ??- Charleston Anea, Wiinmboro Nana, Chester Standard and Charlotte Timen will publish four times and ?end bill to this cHicc. Notice. THE copartnership heretofore existing between tho subscribers, under tho firms of BLAKELY A WILLIAMS, Charles? ton, and J. M. BLAKELY A CO., Columbia, is dissolvi>d this day by mutual consent. Either partner is authorized to cot tie thc affairs of the late concerns. All parties indebtod to tho late Arms of Caldwell, Blakely <T Co., Blakely ?V Williams,? J. M. Blakely & Co., and to the estates ol' Richard .Anderson and Lyles .t Anderson, are requested to mak? payment to either of tho undersigned. J. M. BLAKELY, Columbia,' S. C. W. B. WILLIAMS, Soul. 1, 1SU5. Charleston, S. C. A Card. W. Fl. WILLIAMS will continus the Fac? torage and Commission BI'H?HOHH in Charles-?| ton, und offers his service? to tho friends and elis tornera of tho late firme of Caldwell, New and Cheap Goods. IAM receiving, almost every ?day, NEW GOODS, direct from the importers, coru priuing a great variety of articles-ROD? GER'S CUTLERY, CONGRESS KNIVES, SCISSORS, RAZORS, RAZOlt STRAPS, SP?CTACLES, (adapted to almost any age, ) Watch Keys, Watch Guards, Hilver Thim? bles, Pins and Needles. To be found at POLLARD'S Variety Store, on Plain street, between the Baptist Church and the Metho? dist College.__._Sept J ft?* fishing Tackling, OF every varietvy'at POLLARD'S Variety Store. __Sopt 7_'__?6? SFECTA.OLE3S 2 OF every description and grade, nt POLLARD'S Variety Store. Sept 7 JO* Splendid Assortment OF Ladies' and Cent s Fall and Winter atyk o? HATS, at POLLARD'S Variety Store. .Sc?t7 _ ' li:*1 'Violin and Guitar Strings. C1PLENDID ASSORTMENT it O . POLLARD'S Variety Store.. Sept S_ " t6* Hair Brlishes, fTIOOTH BRUSHES,SH AYING BRUSHES, I Fine Tooth Ivory Com ing Comba, Tucking Cox Round toomba for children, Pocket Comba, English Dressing Combs,. Shaving Soap, ricnly-perfumod Toilet Soaps, at 10 cents a cake," at POLLARD'S Variety Store, - Sept 8 ftj* Plain street. SPECK & POtOCK;" General Commission Merchants, Ph i i a street, 2d door from Assembly, COLUMBIA, S. C. "VTTE respectfully solicit a ?hare of the \ V public patrouagH. AU business en? trusted to in will receive prompt and per? sonal attention. We have now m store an assortment of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, PERFUMES, Ac. Also, Groceries, Provi? sions, such aa Sugar, Coffee; 'Pea, New Or? leans Molasses, Cheese, Crackers, Brandies, Wines and Liquors, Segaru, Ac, Ac, all of which wo otter either at wholesale or retail Sept 7_*_ Office Gen. Sup. W and M. R. R., WILMINGTON, Ji. C" Ava. 21, 1865. ("VN ami after SUNDAY, 27th, daily trains / will ran ovtr the-Wilmington and Han ohestCr*Railroad, between Kingsville and Wilmington, as follows: Leave Kingsville daily at.7.S5 p. m. Wi Wilmington " at.6.00 a. m. Arrive Kingsville " at.1.25 a. m. V Wilmington" at.3.05 p. m. Ttlerc is daily Communication North by rail from Wflmfngton, and B?mi-weckly by steamer. These trams.connect with trains on the North-eastern Railroad, (iheraw and Darlington Railroatl and Wilmington and Weldon Railroad. There is a line of siam?s between Sumter and Camden connecting with those trains. ? HENRY M. PRANK, aug 23 16 General Superintendent/ W. B. JOHNSTON, ? "IMaslstrato, OjBce on Picketts street East end <>j JAUUJ. "air7TLL attend lo 'all official bnaiiiesa VV brought before him; will also attend to ?Irawing up Deeds, Conveyances, Mort? gages, Contr??:ts, and other oriiii ary legal instruments of writiiwri Fair cop us of any doeu'??frit exocute'ff wm? uoatyi,?BJ aB'l ffr ?natch. ? ' " 5 A-ugaat 1 * -.su ? ?# m (.FOR 31 Mi h Y FOOT <i SULZBACH&R,) WHOLESALE and RETAIL BEG lo' inform Hie citizen? of Columbia and tlic m.-ople of the neighboring I country, that they aro now receiving, and ? have received, a great variety of Dry Goods ANIl GROCERIES Of all description?, suitable to all seasons iud all manner of persons. .They hu VD, urning many other articles, fresh supplies of the following: GROCERIES. COFFEE, TEAS, (Oreen and Black,j SUC Alt, (white ard brown.) MOLASSES, (New Orleans.) CHEESE, MAC K ER?L. CLARET WINE. CANDLKS, Sperm, Tallow and Adaiu'ttue. Crackers, Wino, Soda, Sugar, Boston. Candies, Almonds. Brazil, Walnut and other Nuts. -Soaps, Toilet, Cast ito, Fancy. Common. With every variety of Grocery. Copperas, Soda, Blue Stone, _ . Spices--Cloves, Cinnamon, Allapico, Gin? ger, Nutmegs, Ac. Shoo blacking, Brashes, Curry Combs. Horse. Brashes, Ac. Knives and Forks, Matches. Starch, Mustard. TOBACCO mp ClG??e, Heat SMOKING ?nd C'Uicwa'roii.voC'O. Spanish and American CIGARS. Of Tobacco for cnowing, fabe beat Annor sou's, Solace and Haney Dew; all varieties. DRY zoom J?* o XT JLM adios. A tin? variety, to which the attention of ihe ladies .is particularly requested. Wc have a tine "assortment of ' Bleached and Brown HOMESPUN. MOUSSELIN DES LAINES. , English and American PRINTS. Cambric, twitted and plain. . Hoop Skirts^ Corsets, Longcloth*. Cali?os, Worsteds, Coburg, Ac, Mintabie for fall and winter. Alpaca?, black and colored. Cumba and Brushes, Tooth Brushes. Parfumes of oVtery variety. Chalk Pearl Powder. Ladies'Shoes, Bootee? and Ties of all de? scriptions and the latest, fashions. Tuck Combs, Hair Nets, Waterfalls-all of the very last styles and natteras. Collars, Wristband?. Ribbons. . Hosiery of all descriptions. English and Amermnn" (?Irn-o^ of the prettiest style. Heni-stitchod Haiidkert?hiefs^Th?mbles. Noodles, Thread, spooL, silk aud cotton. Hooks and Eyes, \cila. Ladies' Billet.'and Letter Paper, ruled. Skirt Braid of all colors. Lastings, Whalebone. Belts and Belt Buckles and Ribbons. Pearl and other Bul tons, fancy, dread ami common. ' ' . '". '*. Scissors, rios.. Hair Pins, wire and gutta percha. Misses' and Children's Shoes. Round Combs, Wadding, Table-cloths. - Ginghams;.SLace und Trimmings'. Working Cotton,Velvet.Ribbon, Elastic do. Gentlemen's Varietfs. Crtata, (dress and frock,) Pants, Vesta. Shirts of all descriptions, ovoi :ni?l under. Flannel ami Paney Shirts. ? Drawers, lamb's wool and cotton. Hats, Stockings, Socks, Gloves -a great variety. Collars, linen and paper. Wristbands, Pla.? in? Cards. Pim: Tooth arid Pocket Combs. Buttons, for coat, pants, vests; Buckles for do.; Tooth Brushes. Boots and Sin?-? of all styles and th? best qualiticH. Pocket ami Neck Handkerchiefs, -?il!, ami cotton; Neck-ties of the latest; styles. Pocket Rooke. Fancy Pines -American Meerschaum. p.v.l,'.t TTondWehie!'-, iii:'.-' ..::!!. anti cotton; liais; Pen and Pocket &uivos. Razors and Razor Strops. " Suspender*, of all styles. Tobacco, French ami English -i\i< Shirl Bosoms, Roy's Shoes. ?!S?ELLAME0I4S, Best Kerosene Oil, Watch Keys. Taylor's Twist, (llass Chimnies, Is-at fnk, < ?nu ? 'aps, Tob?ceo Bags, Shoo J.aces, Slate Pencils, Umbrellas. Children's Gloves and Mos. , Violin and i ?ii it ar Strings, Letter Paper ami Euvelopes and a Mist variety >f oilier arti clea, desirable to both sexes, whioh*vo have not thc apace to enumerate. Apply at thc old stand, in Aaa^mhlv street, to ? Sept ll BULZBACHEB & CO. Cotton Wanted. # THE highest price? paid forOOTTON and for all killis or COUNTRY PRODUCE. Farmers.?nd country marchants will fiad it to their advantage to call and ?<?<?. t??tl l . 8CLZ BACH ER A CO.