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T TR*WIEK]LY NEW$ _
T E I]WINO . . THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1865. [NUMBER 6.
'THE TRI-WEEILY NEWS:
1 T, X. E. BRITTON.
TilE 'FI.-WEEKLY NEWS Is published
nn'Tuemlf; Tbursday and Saturday, at ONIC
eOLLAg sN mouth, in advance. Single
Advertisenents, inserted at ONE DOLLAR
per square, of'eight linkd or less, for he firet,
and SEVENTY-FIVE tents for each sube.
lquent insertiop, inveriably in advance.
The following appointments of Fede.
ral officers in South Carolina have been
made by His Excellency the Provision.
"Col. Charles J. Elford, Assessor of
the Internal Revenue, and James G.
Gibbes, Collector of the Third Collec
tion Dirtrict of the State, including the
Districts f Richlaud, Lexington, Edge
field, Abbeville, Newberry, Fairfield,
Chester, Laurens, Anderson, Pickens,
Greenville, - Spartanburg, Union -and
York. Tn each one of these Distriots
Sub-Collectors and Assessors will belap.
pointed by the Asseesor and Collector
"Col. J. N. Norwood, of Darlington,
Assessor, and Col. Montgomery Moses,
of StInter, Collector of .the First Collec
tioo Diatriot, including Rorriy, George
town,, Wiliamsburg, Marion, Marlbo.
rough( Darlington, Clarendon, Sumter,
Kerahaw,. Chesterfield and Lancaster:
In the Second Collection District, in
-luding Charleston, Colleton, Beaufort,
Barnwell" and Orangeburg, Messrs. J.
.B'. SaWyer and Charles Haskell were
fappointed Collector and, Assessor before
the Provisional Governor received his
B. 0; P y, Assistant Treapurer.
W. Y. " Leitch,~ Port Surtve97or .of
unanes n. -
Fleetwodd Lanneau, Oommissiqus of
W. C. Croft, Colleoter of the Port of
Ron. Alifr4 Huger, Postmaster of
J.1 sno, dotaster f 0 Colum.
W .Drustit $soonm,," e w Aent -
.t. RobettRot Agent G. & C.
t Cutier Sao, Re Agent QO.
~'ha..ile, Route Agent-& 8. Ckail.
C. RfberCthRoe A .
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t o b twane Sa end
rsin nrnk Vr~
wi thew p .eaio
waps ehwa p l&.~
rsoed hm Norflk Vi9WI
.was like G3overnor Perry,pf
linpa..tha he, thoglft i,
frq$gent Linco'n was .s4 iens d
-that Preidif nJohiso e~ o116i do
ithjit than President lvi." TB 1 irit
,atgt edels setidetfEVn
Grea Corn rop.-The Charlott's.
ville Chronile says:
We had delightful rains here Sunday,
Monday, and Tuesday, and-nine-tenths
of the corn mat. now be considered safe.
It will be the 'largest crop made ii this
section for many years. Cheap food is
the main, need.of the South at present.
It is said that eighty plantations in
Louisiania have recently been confisca.
ted. These embrace. nany of the
finest sugar estates of the Southern coun.
try. Mr. Conway, the government
agent, is making arrangements to divide
up these estates into.-forty-acre lots for
freedmen and poor whites.
NOT TIRED OF THE Fioi.---Several
western officers, who distin nished them
selvep ih the late war, are in Washing.
ton tendering their services to the
Liberal Governmentof Mexico, through
Senor Romeo, the Mexi6an Minister.
They pledge themselves, if any encour
agonient is given, to carry with, them
1,000 immigrante each.
The Jackson Missispp*an says:
"We learn that unbleached donestics in
this city have fallen from seventy-five to
forty-five cents per vard.", On which
the Vicksburg IeralJ sagely. observes :
"Unbleached domestics' have .1allen here
from eighteen hundred dollars to zero
The canion sold to the Mexican Itm.
perilist, General Mejia, by the rebel
General Slaughter, in violation. of the
terms of the srrnder of the rebels in
Tewao, and which had been demanded
by our forces in that quarter, have been
surrendeed. Bteckiridge is said to
have directed that they be given.up.
A larre and important 'council of the
Indian 'tribes; is to bo held next. month
at Fort Gibson, to decide upon their
future relations to'the government.A.ome
thirty tribes, numbering about seventy
,thousand ndians. wilt be present.
The Spanish Goveranmet hhs uncotia
ditionally'placed the war steamet' Ston.
'1*iW thV hands of the United States
Db hf 1Yphid Ii'ever, July g2d.
i8f65, lihe grandfathers residence, in
Longtown, Fairfield bistriot, S. C., af.
ter a protracted and painful illness of
fokjy. wo ,da., MARY J.' E. CROW.
D 6a-ly child o J s D. . and
lraAens Cuowna,.in th A.6th year
o(her age., .
The inscrutable: providence 'of God
lse takenfroin us. this - yiung .lady, in
thatseethst and most interesting pe.
Iod'of4life, when inagInation clothes
thepresent aid'future in' all its most
brlhaint aMd enchanting habiliment'.
Death appbaching thus, and claiming
Its itin n m *ommong the fairest '6rna
meeta of n - world,: is as a blighting
rtIn tuiienr, 'ing 'the tehder-bud
016 btirti into allits-blushing
40"w nd leVi bbhind iotbing but
t a r"tei s61 k*w once promised
toW6Uno 4'lwey rrfalher, oyg
whit* eis anl inftnt, she wsa bau
11 he oq het fo ' V
toir eda ilts heart-redin$
4 endable ,4 6 dispoition,
kwhi* w fost
of all ta ' 4tn
who, if she. could speak to her friends on
Weep not; tho' death parts us adon,-you
will meet tqe
To baths- in the odors ot' Heaven's bright
With oherublo legions, soon yotk will greet
And oln the loved cirole, to be parted no
aug 17'65-1 J.
STRAY ED OR 8TOLEN.
A RED COW, with a gr -at appear
once of milk, small orumipled horns
and a white spot on each flank, (that on the
left the largest.) either strayed or was stolen
on Sunday morning last. Any information
concerning the said cow will lie greiufully
received MRS. M.'E. LAIGHIAN,
aug 17'65-2 Winus',oro', S. C.
et., etc., etc., etc.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1865
W NNS 1B019 s' 8,
At-9'. m., and to be continued fron
day to day until completed.
TERMS CA AH.
. . OOP N.
Vistrict of WesteFn South Ca'lina.
DISTJtIOT WESTER1N 8. C.,
Winnsboro', August 14, 1866.
THE above auctior Wle of :Govern
4 .mqnt Stock, advertised for Friday,
18th instant, is bereby postponed till Fri
day, 26th inst. F .-H. COFFIN,
sng 16'065-Im A. A. Q. U.
- Dzgaoi. or WAsrrnug.. 8, 0.
~ipasboro', 5., Aug. 7, 1866.
Warsei to Puarcaase;
15 POUNDS Grain,
10 150,000 lbs. Long Forago
(Hay or Fodder,) to be dolivere4 either a
Newberry or this, lace.
Pajment will C,-made at this offioo, 6i
presentation of -Wouahers.
F. H. COFFIN, A. A. Q. U.,
Distriot ofWqstern South Carolina.
GOVERINMNU T OLAIJUAS
APPLCATION FOR PAR0%
T H1. subscriber respectfully offe t
I. ahe oltisons of. the Stat e $Is attentior
In all matters peta)WAg to' 0overnmeal
Claims tsld Appliations for Pa00i-.
AlAfploatIo ftr Pardon, undr th ex.
Septed otions of the .President s Amnesty
freelantation, must be Ia the for of -je
tion, stating the otoe ion or ep os,
.0 9o~ 6y the Nth Proe
61ia oavfh of the StAte-*
hii~s Arttorneq at Law,
* WM. T.
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By the Provisidual Governor of the e
State f 'South Carolipa. a
A PIOCLARIATOM I
W HEREAS, His Excellency, Presi
dent Johnson, has issued his pro
clamation, appointing me (Beijamin F.
Perry) Provisional Governor in and for the
State of South Carolina, with power to pro. I
scribe such rules and regulations as may be
necessary and proper for convening a Con
vention of the dtate, composed of delegates
to be chosen by that portion of the people of
said State who are loyal to the United
States, for the purpose of altering or amend
ing the Constitution thereof ; and with au
thority to exercise within the limits of the
State all the powers necessary and proper
to enable such loyal people to . restore said
State to its constitutional relations to the
Federal Government, and te present ouch a
Republican form of State Governtnent. as
will entitle the State to the guarantee of the
United States thberefor, and its people to
protection by the United States against in.
vasion, insurrection and domestio violence ;
Now, therefore, in obedience to the pro
clamation of His Excellency, Andrew John
son, President of the United States, 1, REN
JAMIN F. PERRY, Provisional Qovernor of
the State of South Carolina, for the purpose
of organizing a Provisional Government in
South Carolina, restoring olvil authority in
said ptate, under the ConstItutiori and, laws
of the United States, do hereby proclaimi
and declare that all civil offioers In Souths
Carolina, who were in office wAen the Civil I
Government of the State was suspended, in I
MAy last, (eoept those arrested or under
prosecution for (reason,) shall, on taking
the oath of allegiance prescribed in the
Presdent.'s Amnesty Proclamation of the
.th 4- of May, 18M5, resume the duties of
their oces anti continue to dischatge them
under the Prievisional Goyernient till fur
ther appointments are made,
An do further proclaiM, declare and
make known, that 4 is the duty of all loyal
citizens of the State of Soutti Carolina to
proraptly go forward and. taho the ont h of
allegionee to the United States, before some
magietrate or military officer of I e Federal
Guvgrnmenti who may be qualifed for ad
rAiditcIng oaths; And such- arte hereby *u
thotised to give certied copies ' thereof to
the persons respectitely by whom they '
were made. And such magistrates or o
cors are hereby required to transialt the
originals of such oaths, at as early a day as
may be convenient, to the Department of
State, in the city of Washington, D. 0.
And I do further proclaim, declare and
make known, that the Managers of Elec
tions throughout the State of South Caro
lina will bold an electio for members of a
State Convention. at their respective pre
cincts, on the ' FIRST MONDAY IN SEP.
TEMBER NEXT, acco'r4ing to the laws of
South Carolina in force befora the secession
of the State, aid that each Election District
in the State shall elect as toany members
of the Convention as the said District, has
members of the H6use of Representatives
Chie basis of representation being popu
and taxation. This will give-one h
d twenty-four members to the Con
--a nuumbbr sufficently large to r
every portion of the State most fNUly.
Every loyal ditisen who had taken
Athuesty Oath, and not wihin t&4e eteepte
clase in the President's proolamatiop,
will be entitled to vbte, proviuied he 1as a
regal vot~erunder th'i Conptitutidu as It stood
prior tW the seoeasipa of South Carglina.
And all who are within the.Exepto4asses
'mustiake the qath and aplL for a pardon,
in order to entitle them to vote o pecome
ihembers of the Convedilon.
The memsbers 'of the' Convention'thus
elected on-0e prst Monday 1in oiptetmb 4
,eT4 *is 1 *410- reqt red to canyons iw the
e ty'4 fln bt, otW2 UMY,. the
18tah: dai of Seapte bri, I8O6i forthe pw"
o Of alterling ed e~ijg*~
nout lution~ of South CatoU,*orremde~
lag adikrngi'ewots, hidh w i cent
finwm to Abe gntat ehauges Whielt baye taken'
pcin the bq te, q'ad ineec*1
&v.ee bianpr ipe d egnell 4y
of ae ae o
es of freed persons 'will be kind to then),
ad not turn of the children or aged to
orish; and, the freed men and women are
arnestly enjoine4 to make Qontracte, just
ad fair, for remoining with their forgoer
In order to facilitate as much as posui
le the applicattion for pirdons under the
xoepted sections of the President's Am
esty Proclamation, It Is stated for infor
miation that all appliloations niust be-by pe-.
ition, stating the exception, and aooom,
ianied with tfie oath prescribed. This pev
ition must be first approved by the Prods
onal Governor, and then forwarded tI the
!resident. The headquarters of the Pro
isional Governor will be at Greenville,
where all oommunioations to hinm must be
The newspapers of this State will publish
his proclamation until the election for mom
era of the 09nvention.
In testlimny qheteof, I have herettuto
set my band and seal. Done at the"
r.. a.) town of Greenville. thig 20th day of
July, in the year of our Lord 1865,
and of the independence of the Unir
ted States the ninetieth.
B. F. PERRY.
By the Provisional Governor:
WILLIAm H. Paany. Private Secretary.
For the. C1oveatIon.
"Choose.for the Convention 7our best and
ruet men ; not those'who'bave skulked i4
he .hour of danger-.-nor those who have
vorshipped Mesmon, while' their coubtry
ras bleeding at ever- pore--nor the' politi.
Ian, who, after urig .war, dared not n
iountep its. Waha but those who ea
ald their l upon tie altar of :he cotutry.
elet such men and make them serve as
MA. EnTron: 'From the above Stand
>int of the gallant WAOs JiMPTOX, I' a1
tounce for the Convention'- to be held the
ith September next, the folTowing gentle
non, believing they will bo.aeeptable to
GEN. JNO. BRATTON,
COL. R. STARK MIAN8.
For the Convenioa.
"Chooa for the Convention your best and
truest men ; not those who have skulked in
he hour' of danger-..nor those who have
worshipped blammon, while- their,. coun
ry was blediog at every pore-nor
h politiglan, whlo after urging war, dared
xot eneounter its hardships-but those who
adlaid their all.upon the altar hf the coun,
ry. Select spoh men, and make them servq
is your representatives."
-M. . EpiToa :. Deeply intpressed with the
mmense importance of the above advioe
>f the noble HAMPTON, I propose as Aem
)ers of the Conveption for FaIrfliedl
JAMES Vt. RION,
Dr. T. F. PFRUM4N.
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