A. C. WYLY <SI CO,,
AT THE!II OLD STAND,
Peachtree & Walton Streets,
Will niv prompt and personal attention i«> the pur
chmo or sale of all kinds of
Kdwaril Duvonport & Cos., Kiobuoml, Va.
W. li. .Ion«.« .V Cos., Do do.
Cowan McClung .V C 0.,... .Knoxville, Tenn.
•lohn T. Uoßorß, Esq.,, . . Chattanooga, do.,
.1, K. l’ownll, Esq Montgomery. Ala.
Claghorn,Cunningham it Cos. Savannah, Ga.
Koss A Seymour Mncotl. clo.
C. 11. McLaughlin A Cos., Augusta, do.
Geo. W. Williams A Cos., . Charleston. S. C.
And to tlie Merchants generally of Georgia
and South Carolina.
On rniungnment aii'l for sale
1.000 Boxes Tobacco.
m»i« Hulim rlbrr i« pr«piirnl to tupply
J llio trade with his
U IN EQ HALE I)
Which is believed to be the rhea pout article of any and«
NASVFACTUREft IS THE somi
It l * put up in wood boxes—tin ho in;: held at prohlbt
l<»r> rates—which are neat, substantial and iiiijhtvl
ou-* iuid are in size equal to Mason’rt Meiliutn. K.vory
i;i4r*;di'Mit of this Blacking is
PROIU CED I S THE MOUTH,
sain** It is, ihrrrfurr, essentially different Irom any in
use besides it will “go further” th ui aoy, i* free from
•cid. and still susceptible of an
KASY AND BEAUTIFUL POLISH,
lmt»artmg uoftn* »sand consequent durability to the
leather A. It. It K* DKKV
Whitehall street, 3d door from Mitchell street.
N. It All orders must bo are/>mparil<vl with the cash.
1 grosa. 9U 00 O groan, |4t INI
A CARPENTER’S SHOP.
THE undersigned lins openod a Wiop near the First
Baptist Church, whore ho is prepared to take eon
trai t * fur doingull kinds ot
From making a packing-box to building a house.
Particular attention given to Stairs nud Handrail
l*er«*His having small jobs will And it to their advan
tage to give him a call. THOMAS VFJXKXt>W.
“SAUVfc 4I!I PKI'T.”
Selling out at reduced prices, a fine lot ot
A, NO. ONE WHISKY,
BY THK BABP.KI. i. I.IjOK OR QI'ART,
TO CLOSE OUT.
Thou** ui need will do well to call early, or they will
be too late
A, L. SCOTT, M, D.,
OFFICE ON WHITEHALL STREET, WEST
BIDE, OVER OI’ENHEIMKR'S
Atlanta Clothing? Hall.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE ON GEORGIA R. It.
On and after Sunday, July 271 h, Sunday Day Train
resumed on mam kie, also trains on Athens and Wash
tngton braucho* wli! run to connect until tarthor no
Atlanta a 6:10 a m
Atlanta 7:16 p m
Augusta 6 45 a m
Augusta 4 00 p m
Augusta.. 6.04 p in
Augusta 6JO a m
Atlanta 6 32 p tn
Atlanta 205 a m
Trains connecting with Washington and Athens
branches leave Augusta at 6:4saand Atlanta at 6:10
am Mo connection with WarrUCoo on bumlay. Bn
lair trmn leaves Augusta 6:16 p m.
GEORG?. YONOE, Bupt.
T>au<l lor Sale.
\ Urn; botly of land, well situated,
'A well w«tereil, wttti good Iwra holme, good oct
bolMingl. aad over two third* woodlaod, fbur and a
half miles from ihe Depot, for aala. For parttraUrr,
•OrtOlro at the COMMOVWEALTIi OfTICE
rmni'u- u r- ■ •:••• :i. ntklH.
I'EAW‘I .V DAVIS,
WHOLESALE \M) retail
G HOC E K s
! COMMISSION L. .HANTS.
IMIAt IITIIJSK STUEMT,
I ATLANTA. GEORGIA.
GHOIGF FAMILY FLOOR,
SI !*. l-t-lt.
UPIS!"J X‘U( in
•-rltt-t-l r 11^-^.
! ? -fie.
I'H! - \!.E :
IF.II'HI :i of lan ! " .• , .
S < 'll" l.fll 111 I.' ■'! ii' 11| ll's'i let |).IH
i OneLt Hi FI roly.
, i >ne Lot
i Ono Ilrifli ll'.'.i- ■ I. 1 :i A i. nm
, vnniunt t., :■ > \
Out! (ill ■ . i:..;, • l'il ' ur. . ; iiu!
j -.vhi.li i- Ii V. ' .....■' ....
! anrios • i--.ilt twin ■■ ■ ■
cWd . ,
NEW BOOK ST< IE,
J. Mrl’lJ liliSON .V Clt ,
I Whitehall st„ Mliinu, <- t
Oirt.i . v . i ,
rials. !.:; :r:i. . ,
W < > £ £ • i 15 <; \. 5*5 ,
N«u 7 v Vt if .v idiots.
For Sold : .ers and Citizens,
as win.:. V' rou iji:
TRA\ ELIXG ITRLIC.
NAT! UAL AS I.H'K,
Ami pm ip in C;.,.. „ iri.n:
-%<> to s-M<» oo Knell, !
By 11, med 1 m
YEARS OF K\PERII.avi: l\ J'lli: ART.
Ihtutii in In!!
and Alalmnn «' • t *• t-th- t. : i.i«• I
t'omnium* • it'. * ’ 7 I*AItK!.! !
Afl;ni(;i iL- West Coini Kailroihi.
Atlanta r. Wis ?»o:• : S7 Uur. !.m . *)SO |
r.Vmc.EC. HUM*, Sn-rni.vTEM.KNi
IAWV'i Atl.in! . •--»» v ' 2 !•** A. M I
Arrive at W- t !*«..lit a: 7 M
l/iavo w.-st l*"il»t daily .at 1 .11 IV M
Arrive a ....
AYosTorn A-Atlantic UailroaH.
Atlanta to t hatt.a n* : a ICR Mtus r.vur 500 !
JOHN W. HOWLAND S- i-Kcfvrrv \t
I/save Alla, t, nt .... 7 > 1 M
Arrive at Hiatt i ' -f - 7 \ i
I/-ave Atinnt i :.t ... 2 .'si* A. M
Arrive ,*it ft. tp.i- ..: • t'< M. t
A(Xii>l\i;)i»Ano\ i. ; u. o\.
Ireavu Atlanta at •• - 1’- M \
Arrive nt Kin--' ■ «t • • • —f*7 I*. V. •
I>eave Kiny tun nt ... * A. M. \
Arrive at Atlanta s -t * ' 't j
Tins Road ci: -.udi w with fin- :: -m- Itra-ich
Railroad at Km.-t •> :!• • ! • t 1 : -v •■•-r^.a
Railroml at Da t*d a the \ ivi • Ui' ittnitoogri
Railroad at Hiatt •
ROOMS TO RENT.
THE undorßirft. ! \.: • r*. t > r«*nt 11. * vgaut ► ;;t»- «*'
Rooms, enite Ito the Millinery business, over tl Itook
Storo or J. M< I’hers- k< «•
M. r. Ft ANN.
jn26tf A! v
TUB ondei .I . ■ r
to hw fine stock of Ilnttse Furnishing g»sx!«— nrh u
CarfHita. Window Curt uns, Lsiking ('• La.- . . m I Spruig
Cotton and Shuck M atn ‘ ■ s. Lr.
>urnlture on hand and for sale.
Repairing promptlv attended to.
• «;i2l—3m W“l«»l.»liau, Al • •*. <!»
FIFTEI'N NEW BUGGIES
i- R SM.i. nr
WILLIS k YOUNG,
Whitehall Street, Atlanta. Georgia,
Hamilton, m \u.<y k joyner ore «rrr.ts ftn
connection w < /iiHi«*rtcr tk Oo.,) for this NETS’
LIGHT—it is rli-an \» -» and rh»»p.
It buriw with h -\«euo Lamp and wick. Ijimps
must be slightly alt* ' * Seud them to our hoinsi: for
alteration. Hrlc** onKtfl 75pergalion.
•Sa’H'l or.lersto tho a anoriacd agents
a?»16 UAMfI.TON, MARKI.EYfb JOYNER.
r-*-!* Steamer Memphl*.
ENGLISH RLUE CLOTII,
Coats, Punts, or OVer-
SUI’ERIOU CONFEDRATE BUTTONS.
11l Knirlisli Manufacture, for 'lflicera and
men. A general aeaortment of
For Oflweri and Men.
For Bale by
W. F. HERRING & GO.,
Whitehall Stivet. Aflunta. Georgia.
LIGHT! MORE LIGHT!!
10 bbls. Kerosene Oil.
AT SI a.-i I'KK GAI.I.UK.
-I"'llIS OIL GIVES A BEAUTIFUL BRIL
with but little alteration, at
OXK-FOITRTII THE COST
Os the Kerosene Oil. For Bale by
hj>]."mH: MASSKY ik I.ANSDKI.I
I I A I:iAUI;AM \ST..COK.OFI , KYOR,
np i worthy el our nty. lUt ronma are finely
VENTILATED 1 FURNISHED.
It-Ft *' s' illful *n«l attentive.
It : .i : riitlul put* i ...iu.«l--4:vcrything cooktxl
• > *»;i .no- I : on-'.*« own atylo an*l time.
Th it T»lI-:iU i DFi'i-iK, wlmti u the pure im
jwrf and arts .v n? m*u* t. In a word,
“(Tkf (Gcm M
Ij.i• quietly earned for t-••If a name and a patronage
which IS ti.lttenng iu*leed.
KVKUYTIIING GOOD TO EAT
which the Market afford-', will be found at Tho Clem
Room Duyaml Nip lit. May 24-dtf
RUN THE BLOCKADE.
ENGLISH CAP, LETTER
Aiul Note Paper,
1U LBD AND t'NSTAMPKn.
5 000 POUNDS OF SODA ASH,
500 HARDEE’S TACTICS
(author's i.ast kdition.)
For Sale by
j McPherson & 00.
Atlanta. June 23d—tf.
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY
A. WILBUR, Actuary,
SAM’L SMITH, Apeut,
THK NKYV CODE
n A VIST, pnrehn- .1 tl " entire eilinon of the New
Owl. ns r. v ’’ " "S. Iwvul Irwin, T It. R.
O,lib and It H il , >y
lw.iij all the a tan t- - . we offer them to the
SIX DOLL V RS PER COPY.
A liberal discount to the trade.
JAMES McPHERSON L (X).
Atlanta. August 2—-dL*«' ts.
Confederate States of America
We. ttia ponple of th* Cor federal* Rtat*e, each f*tat*
•rffng in its Fnveroign nnd Ird*pond*nt
order to form a permanent f*d*ral govrrnth*ht, f!iljd»-
li-h justice. in';ur« domestic tranquility, and secure the
olepsingf* of liberty to ourselves oqd oqr
voklng the favor and guidon’** A T Außignty God—do
or .lain nnd establish *.h!h Cbh'Alitution for the Confeder
ate Staten et Anwriro
AU legislative power herein delegated ehal) be vested
in of tbe Canfederiite Stale*. shalt
constat of a Senate se.i »*r u*-*p’reaentattwe».
1 The House of Representatives shall he rnmpened
of members chosen evorv second year by the people of
h* several Slates ; an*l the electors in each Slat* shall
he citizens of the Confederate States. :»nd have the
qualifications requisite for electors of the tbPV. r.liHlef
ous branch of tbe State t/£! k ::i\ure: hut no i»erson of
foreign birth f**V cilizen of th* Confederate States,
shall h*» r.uhVved to vote for any offlcoi , civil or political.
State or Federal.
2. No person shall b* a Representative, who ahfill not
have attained the ago M twenty-fly* rears, And He a
citizen of the Confeder «te ‘•'talcs, apd v-ho fh.vu llfit,
when elected, be an iuha*'iH2t r.f liiAt Mate m which
he shall be clr^n
3. Rcpferebtatives in I P reel Taxes shall he appor
tinned among the several '•' ales, which wav be Included
within this Conh-'lerac-. . Mct-r.rding to their respective
numbers, which s.i.Vd !>•• ••••termmed. hv adtllng f«» the
whole number free r»ersnns. rcludinv bound
to service for a -c-m of ' *v*rb. Atiil eSc.Lidmg Indians
not taxed, f fibs of nil slaves. Th* actual enn
meratinn shall be mvl* within three years after the
first meeting rs the Congress of the Confederate States,
and within every ‘■•ltweqnent term of ten years, tn such
manner a t'l* ' s'.-i’i. bv Iruv direct. The number of
repp entativ shall not cre. r*! one (<*r every tlffy
tnonsand, I u * vh State shall have at lea«t one Repre
tentat ve »i,• 1 O',til so* 1: eu iiner.',*. \cu s'.i.'lU Lr itl.tde
the State of c„ D Ca r «»V?.i s'.-.'.lV- eblltle.l tos.x—the
State <*; r,< « - , I< !i—*b>. ‘-late of Alabama nine—the
c tntc r. r Florid* t*vi—Hi* State of Missis«ii»pl s< ven—
the S» t’e loui-::i;ia , an*! t! * 1 »*f Texas «ix.
4 Wh :i vae.an-'icT » • ;*) trepresefitatioti from
any Stst the Kx**c itiv** nulliorlly thereof shall Pane
writs of election to ID* •u* , h vncaiiclr*
r. Tie-Hons* of Itcpr.-culalivcs rhall ehoosc ihcir
m*l other *»6lr* r>; : nud shall have Ih*sole | M *w
cr of Jt:i|N\-»rhm»-nt : - pi that any judicial or federal
officer resident nnd acting •■•o’’'- within tiir ’mil" of
any Statu, may be imoeache-' hv -\ vole of t*o thirds of
Itoth branches of th° T/brlWJlV.lre fhe}-rbf
1 Tic Senate o| the Conf?*!eratc Stnt<u> shall t»'- com
posed of two Senators frorr, each State, rho«**ii for six
vear J t*\ th** legislature tlier* **f. at tho regular n**N-«j,*n
next immediately precei!ing the commencement of the
term of service ; an*t e-o-'i Senator shall have one vote.
2. Immediately after tr:- • shall l»e as«emhle<t, in rho
•rqe.er ceof the flr«t election, they shall be divided as
equally a*» mav be into three classes. Tee seats of th**
Senators of the flr«l class shall tic vacated n» til* exp!
ration of thesceon-1 v •ir : of th* second class at the
-•xplrnt.on of the fourth year. nn*l of th* third class nt
t!i* expiration *t th* v*ar : so that on*-th!rd may
i be chosen every second year ; and IT vacancies happen
i tyv n , rnation or o|herwi«*. during the rerrsa cf th*
I *p slature of nnv State, the ex*rutlve thereof may
rnak* temt*crary npfiotnfmenls until the next meeting
of the legislature, wnirh shall th*n fl.l such vacan
3. No person shall > *• i Senator who shall not hare at
talnc-1 Hi* ap*- of thirty year-, nnd boa rltigeti of th*
nnnfederat* State** : and who shall not.whep elected,
he an inhabitant of th* State fhr which h* shall he
4 Th* Tire President of th«* ronfe<t*rate States shall
t*c President of the Sen.iir. hut "halt have no vote, un
ess they b* equally divnled
ft. Th-Senate slial! choose their oth*r officers; and
also a President pm trmTvyr* in tlm absence of the Vice
i'n-Rident. or when li* sbaM exercise th* office of Presi
dent of the r 'ontbderate ‘dates
f». Tlie Senate ■?. o' have th* *»>l* power lo trr all im
j peachments Wliep ‘■ tting for ttiat purpose, they shall
be rm oatl i r affirm it i Win n ii-»- Preatdent of the
) (’onfwh-rate States is tried, the Chief .fustier vhnii pre
side ; an ! no |M*rvon shall be convicted without the
. roneurrence of two thir*J« (>f the members present
7. Judgment in eases of impearhment shall not *x
1 t*n<l further tlian to removal from office, nnd dlsqualifl
■ cation t«* hold ami *nk»v any office of honor, trust or
profit. un«ler the Confederate State® ; but the party con
j vlcted shall, nevorthelers. Ih* liable ami tuhject to in
dictmcnt, trial, Judgment and punishment according
1. The time*, places nnd manner of holding elections
for Senators nnd Representatives. «hal! be prescribed In
each State by the Legislatures thereof, subject to the
provis on* of thin Constitution : but th* Congress mav,
it any time, bylaw, mnk* nr alter such regulations, ex
rept ti* to the time and places of choosing Senators.
2 Th<* Congress shall assemble nt lea«t once in every
rear : and such meet In*: shall be on the (lr**t Monday In
December, unless they shall, by law, appoint a different
1. Each House shall be the judge of tlie elections, re
tump an*i qualifications * f its own members, and a nia
-ortty of eoch shall constitute n quorum to do business ;
Vtt a smaller number mav a*ijourn from day to dnv,
an«l may be authorized to compel the attendance oCab
sent members, in such manner and under such penalties
! a® eadi Ifonsn may provld*.
2. Each House mav determine the rules of its proceed
•ngs, punish itn memln-rs for disorderly behavior, ano,
with tit* concurrence of two thirds of the whole nuns
her, oxp*d a member
3. Farh House shall keen a lournal of its proceeding*,
and from tlm* to time Publish the same, except such
parts as mav in th*ir ludgment require secraey.and the
veas and nays of the members of each House, on any
question, shall, nt th* •l*-s»re of one fifth of those pres
ent, be entered on tin* journal.
4 Neither House, 'luring th* session of Congress,
■hall, without th** consent of the other, adjourn for
more than th-ee dav«. nor in any other place than that
n which the two II > :■*« -*i;»l| l.e sitting.
1 The Senator* and Representative* shall receive a
compensation fbr their services, to be ascertain**! by
law.nn l nald out of the trc.vmry of the Confederate
States They shall, in all cases, except treason, and
breach of the peace, he privileged from arre«l during
.‘heir attendance nt the session of their resjicctiva
Houses, and in going to nnd returning from the same ;
and f*>r m •• ■peedi or dehatn in either Hoiwe.they snail
not be questioned In any other place
1 No Senator or Representative shall, during the
time f*r which he was * • rtrd. Ik- appointed to nnv civil
office under th*? authority of th*- Conf.-derate States,
which ‘hah hive h- n creat*-*!, *r ttn- emoluments
whereof -!u.’! have been mervased during such time;
and no p*-r-on holding nnv office under the Confederal*
States shall lie a member of either I1ou«e «luring his
rontiuuAjn cin offiec. Rut Congress may, l*v law, grant
to th* principal officer in each of th* Executive I>*part
rnent* a m-nt ii|ion th* floor of cither House, with the
I privilege of discussing any measures op|i*rtaining to his
• toparMn* nt
1. All bids for rawing revenue shall -riginate in the
nouse ol Representatives ; but th* Renat* may propose
or concur with amendments as on other bills.
2. Nvcrv bill which shell have passed lw>th Houses,
shall, before it becomes a law. I*e presented to the Presi
dent of the Confederate fftat** ; 1! he approve, bn sliafl
■ign it : but if not, he shall return it with his objections
to that House in which it shall have originated, who
•hall * nt*r th* objections at large on their journal, and
proceed to consider it. If. after such reconsideration,
two-thirds of that Hous* shall agree to pass the bill, ft
shall he **nt, together with the ohjeotions, to the other
Rouse, by which it shall likewise lie reconsidered, nud
If approved by two-third* «f that House, it shall be
come a law. But in all such cases, tho votes of both
House* shall be determined bv yeas and nays, and the
names of the person* voting lor or against tbe bill ahall
b*e enter**! on th* Journal of each House respectively.
If any hill shall not be returned by tho President with
in ten days ffindavi excepted) after it shall hare been
present*.! to him. th** same shall be a law, In like man
ner as If Ip- had signed it, unless the Congress, by their
adjournment, prevent its return . in which case It shall
oot be a law. Tbe President may apnrore any appro
priation and disapprove of any other appropriation in
the same bill. In such a cas* he shall, in signing tbe
bill, designate the appropriations disapproved ; and
shall return a copy of such appropriations, with his ob
jections to tho nouse in which the bill shall have origi
nated ; and the same proceeding* shall then be had as
in cas oof other bill* disapproved l»y tho President.
S. Every order, resolution or vote, to which the coo
ourence of both Houses may neoesaary (except an a
question of adjournment) shall be presented to tbs
President of tho Confederate States ; and befere the
qua* thaii taka effect, shall be approved Iff him or
being diegliflrffftff hr hlfft. *ty be fwpaseed by taro-
IKtrdi of Wrth BHHW*. arWdWtttl «f*i Mra op# basil#,
tibhs j*n*srh!*6<i lb c«th hr 4 Wli
Th* Oongteki have pow^r-s
1. To lay and collect taxed .duties. Hhpoffts, an 4 eff
cises, <br revenue pecessary to pay ths debts- prwrhte
for the cotampf defcijc*, and. carry n fi tfie |Wreyarf»«di4
of the Confederate Fuioi; bill Bo.JicnatJS iMfl W
granted fftfti the tfrafiurj ; Bbfthail inf dCuBsY W
h dh ithhbfutiaiiji rtwh fhHift Mum w mis m
mote or footer any branch of ladnatry ; and all Mtitfl,
imposts and excise* shall be naifbriß th#
Confederate States :
2. To borrow money on the credit of tbe PoafatUralC
hni nrlft-r (U fiwf «>•- tU'lM (WIWIII# « IM
rnn.litolion, (hall over b* ontutrud to del«g*t* tM
nal Improvement to facilitate commerce ; except for tbe
purpos* of fhml*hlnc lights, beacon* and buoys, and
other aids to navigation upoa the coasts, aad the Im
provement of harbors and the reenovement of obetmo
tiop? )n navigation, in all which r**ea f *u«h datW#
shall he lAid Hh file hnvigttilfffc PA tfrsfiftf, m
rti A'f no nnVMtU *" P" 1 lh» eM*» **i tspnm ton
4 Tn ntatih.ti umfnrm la** rtf tuisndfttli*, thi
nnir.’rm I**, on (hr of honkfopfrlrt*. (kfMuft
nut til- ronf<-d-T*tr Ptile*. but *o lk« pf CMffNHiinMl
mw-hnf*!- cii> d*I»l totilra«(*d fctlofrt (it* i+Mfrat IM
i. so coui mohey, reguiate the tllue U.6f6of stiff M
foreign coin, and fix the rtandard or Welghis ahff Am#S
6. To provide fbr th* pußithfftcnt of roufi(erfe(ilfig tbs
securities and current coin of the Con Mdlaff:
7. TANARUS« estaidlshpbft offices Sid Dost roil fra ; lot tbe
expense* of the lv*l office p^artmetfL_|fter Ue (m
dsV cf Mitffih th l«e te.if nt fftff i/tfif Affile* SttlffMf
an sixty thre*. shall H* jwdd out of lis offfk
8. To promote th* progress of science sod the meret
art*, try securing for limited times h>anther* and inven
tors tn* exelosivo right to their wrUmgeand
ft To constitute tribunals Inferior to the feiprsms
10 To define and punish piracies asd fetenim era
milled on th" high ■*»*■•. and offswora agamet tbe law of
mtt loft|l l
11. To declare war. grant tetters nf marque aad rs
prisai. ahd fuakss t tiles COttWlffg capturas oa fend asd
Vi. To riti*» ahd gtippof! armies • hut fioawtmprlalic#
or money to that use r»i«i| be mad* tat a Winger fem
th.th itto yeflffi:
13 To provide and maintain a anry :
11 To make rule* f>«r ror*rSlltent‘ and fegutallon Ht
tlie land and natal fbr*'s :
Ift To provide fbr rallihe forth the militia to stsrtrte
the law* fit (he Cohfe*terrtto 3Utlfe, flfipM* fffSflffS6-
1A To provide for organlJtffttf, itrtfllfiff, Ifid
inc the militia, asd for goverum# sunk P*rf of Ibrfß 0
mav he employed fin the servlcr of the Cbafederate
State* ; reserving t« the States, respeetivsly. the op
poinlment of the ofllcerv. and the authority of fraisHig
il * Militia, acropllng to tho discipline proscribed by
17. T«> exercise exclusive legislation in all casra wfeat
snever. over such di-trict (not exceeding te* giffra
-Miian ) nr mav. by tb» ceesWm of one or more FfiaSaa,
and the acceptance of fen gross, become the scat of ths
Government of the Con federal* Wales ; and to exerefe*
'ike authority over all (daces ptirrtaased bv tbe measnt
~f th* |egi«latnre nf tho State tn which tbe some Uhaff
ii*-. f«»r tb* *r«-ction of r rto. magazines, srseaalf, deck
\ a»-*!s. an*l other needful btilldjng* : and
Ifi To make all laws which shall be aemaary mH
tiretvr for carrying Into . T.vutieo the tarogelngpowers,
and ail other powers vested hy this fVmstltatloa tn tbe
government of the Confederate tastes, of n any da
pnrtmept or offie.a thereof.
1 13ie imi'ortalion >•! negfra* of the African rasa,
from anv foreign reunfrv. other than th* stavchnMmg
States or Territories of the Totted State* of America, te
hereby forbidden «b i r 'ongrim Is required to pass sneb
laws s* shall effectually prevent the same.
2 Congress shall also have pewer to prohibit the Is
troduetinti of gtavra fWmt any State not a member of,
•r Territory not belonging to, this Confederacy.
3 Tlie privilege of tli* writ of babe** (tnfpss shall
nor be suspended, tinier when in case* nf seb*l!jnu or
invasion the public safely mar require it.
4 No hill of attainder, or m pr»r* fario law, er law
denying nr impalnnr the right of property to segre
slave* shall be passed
ft Vo capitation or other direct tax shall be laid ns
i*‘*s in proportion to th*- census *r enumerating bcrHn
before directed to be taken.
ft Ko tex fv dvly shall be laid on articles expected
from any ?tate. exirpt by a vote of two thirds es both
7 Vo preference shall h* given by any regulation of
commerce or revenue to the porta of one gut* ever
those of another.
6 No money shall be drawn rotn the treasury, bat
in consequence of appropriation* made by law; aad a
regular statement and account es th* receipts asd «w*
renditures of all public money ihall bo published limn
time to time.
ft Congress shill appropriate no money from tba
treasury except by a vote of two thirds of both nooses,
taken bv yens and nays, unices It b* asked and estima
ted fbr by some one of th* heads of the Dcpartaumt,
and submitted to Congreps by th« President • or tar th#
purpose of paying its own expoitara and onwttngeneles ;
or for the pavment of claims against the Confederal*
-’tate*. the justice of which shall have been tndlcWty
declared by a tribunal for the Investigation of rtsiwis
“gainst the government. which It lb hereby mad* th«
dntv of C4mgress to establish.
10. All bills appropriating money shall specify In fed
eral currency the exact amount of each appropriation
and the purposes for which It Is made ; and Congrara
■hall grant no extra eoin|»enaatioa to any publls on*-
tnv tor. officer, agent or servant, after sorb oontraol
shall have been made or such service rendered
11. No title of nobility shall he gra-.ted by tka Con
federate 9tates ; and no person holding any offbw of
pr*iflt or trust under them. shall, without the noasrat of
the Congress, accept any pras—t, emolument*, offfes or
title of any kind whatever from aay king, prtnoenrfer
12. C*»qgress shall mak* no law respecting an e*t*b>
liphment of religion /»r prohlbitlncOie free exercise there
of ; nr abridging the freedom of speech, or of tbepraaa;
or the right of tn* people peaceably tn assemble aad
jietltlnn the government Dr a radrtf* fTtevaama,
13 A well regulated militia bring naewary U the
•eenrlty of a free taat*. the right af tha people to korp
an*l hear mms shall not h • Infrlaged.
14 No soldier shall, in time «»f peace, be la
any house without tlie rourent of the owner: nm la
time of war. but in a manner to be prescribed by lav.
15. Th* right of the people in be secure in thelt per
sons, houses, and effects against «nan*t*oo*bto asaratjes
an*! seizures, shall not be violated ; aad no warrants shall
issue but upon probable cause, supported by asib or af
firmation, and particularly deaarlbmg the plao* Is be
«. arrhe*!. and the persons or thfog* to be seiaad.
Ift. No |*er*on shall be held to answer for a capital or
otherwise infkmouacrime, unleraon a presentment or
Indictment of a grand Jurv, except in cases arising In
the land or naval taro**, or in ths militia, when la aw-
Inal service, in tuna of wnr or public danger ; nor shall
anv person be subject, for the same offence to be twice
put in jeopardy of life or limb ; nor be nruapHM. fe
anv criminal case, to be a witaai#against himself; nor
be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without dna
process of law ; nor shall private property bo taken fbr
public use. without Just compcnaatloa.
17 In all criminal proaecutlo®# the accused ahall ra
iny the right to a aparty and public trial, by aa hnpa*-
t ini jury of tho Mate and District wherein the crime shall
have been committed, which district ahall have bora
previously ascertained by law. aad to be htfbrmeri
the nature and cause of the nrc usaUon : to ho confront
ed with the Wltneesea against him ; to hwva«a»fsilsnry
process for obuintag witnesses Is bis favor; aad to
have th* assistance of counsel fbr his 40mm.
18. In suit* at com* um law, where the vatae la on*,
tmveray ahall exceed twenty deltara, the right nf trial
br jury shai tae prase wed ; and ae feat aa-tried bv a
jury shall b« otherwise r*-ct am teed ta a ay eaartef the
Omfederary, according tn the rulesef tbe ceauaoa few
13. Bxrtesivo ball ahall not bo requtred.aevMMjmra
fines imposed, nor err*! and tsatwoal punWhiaaßt to
an. Every law. or rraoiutW a having the ferae of law,
■hail relate to but one subject, aad that shall be egprea
•ed in the title.
1. No State shall eotrr into aay treaty, alliance, or
confederation ; grant letters of marque aad reprfeal;
rain money ; make anything but gold and silver coin 1
tender In payaxeat of debts ; pa* aay bill of attamder,
or 0 pmt facto law, or law tmpatftag Uw obNgaUoa of
contracts : or grant aay title of aehiUty.
2. No State shall, without the eoaaeettof theOoagreee
lay any impolite or duties on imparts sad exports, except
w'bat mav*be absolutely necessary tar executing Its tn
sped lon laws ; aad the net prodaaaef all dottsssad Im
posts, laid bv any taste on imparts or exports, shell be
for the use of tbe treasury of the Ton federate Btates ;
and all such laws shall be subject to the isvfetaw sad
control of Congress.
8. No State shall, without the qffeaaat of Commas,
fey any duty or feoancs-azcMd ns set §mg wspb
or the nhTjffl*