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QLU WINNSBORO, 8. C4, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 26 1865 - _ l[tJMB 7
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THE TRI-WEERLY .IEWS:
S 106. BRITTON.
THE RI-WREKLY 'WS Is publiti'd
.oo TQeqjol, Thursday and $aturdoy, ..t ONK
DOLLA pt bnth, in aclvanc. - Single
boploe Toil am.
Advertilsemint inearted at ONE DOLLAR
Or squara. of eight lines o lesi. for the first,
and S~VENTY FIVE cente for each subse.
rent inertimo, invarlabl# ip 4dvnden
Ex.CONFDE1RAS AT HAYAV.-.
Tstter frqtn Havana says:
"Mr. Beraunin, always in ick, per
.sonally,leaves here on the British steap
or, on the 6th inotant, for St. Thoans
-and Southampton. General J. B. , Ma.
gruder will be bore in the next ste-later
from Vera . Cruz. Ex-Governor Rey.
otolds and lady, Captain Martiti of Mis.
.souri, and General 4. Kirby Smit.I, of
Florids, %ill reinain here untd they have
-qomtnumioqtion ,with their, .friend and.
4etermine what to do and where to
T AkI.VA TJO~ oiR' PARDON.
'kAlhu fabut two thousand applications
fr pardon iidei' the proclaniioii of
the President, have been favorably acted
*-on by e '*ttno v"'Ge Ierli but not
pote t th ha'veinien sent out
1 :e YI Ti,.partinent the interest.
edrin .) 'he' rbmatki r 'wai tihe
1jPA ,e a .fOle PIrisidnt kid S6crotary
The OOLOIRa POPULATION p NoaRu
who hashis e4qaarsors at NVilmiugtoh
Xrth Carolins, has issued an. order pro.
Jibitin the ,c9toty police from-pinforing
-aln old Vtatsraw, reqfirinig tike disarmipg
-4,the.colored popplitiu, and direceing
tha'alkrms takqRA'roth th~em be return.
Tnu PROCILMATION OF GoV. MlrA'nrk
;)t FMatoA...LGdv. Marviq hlas I(iied
4 tFoodatonioW to-the'"edpli ofF(iiN.
notre-ap oint 61d nAler-, tells
ile peple that slu'Veryiy 4ead, and'does.
'not' vet'doide the day Tor alling a coN.
%nbeiUdthiappt9~dtiot ie th/,Ndrth'. .
'Tribue. riL, 4 l,1y, plgspya thacith
onthirn ll in # the wheat.e so badly
dmge b*mt, rul st,. 'BA a pot, ihat
.my f y096 , , cd i hj were the
m.t p will not,. cut 4t all,
and, thos ethat wilt harvested wil not'
*produe~nt a half crop.
Tina W EAe Cdo.-The wheat crop
cin the Valley is said to be' good, burin
every other-portion of the State it is a
complete failure. Tihe grain is defective
fom the effects Qf rust and exposure to
*)le cbnstatnt rains of the past ton months;
an,' in addition. the quantity of cheat,
tacklie and ohion i* utimually larga,
4 owqn, one . hundred awl 'six years
od, live in , oagitAd, Now Hiaftp
re 2 v .,taa d , 1 ' te rit " I p is '
life. Theroa 1 a mia omit w et, ong bhun.
4ged ea4d t egry-five, who has naos been
herWie ,a e WS twenty-fomyears
It is Mid thatI the President tiid a
i afew daffi a
thabjiE- woM dlslit '-like to inses
SIoAhthg- *st the- Sodth bit
k'.eiinduo~0'0 lie 4d the- poer
wder abi~statidmeo do-so an
Mr. Pratt,.aRepu). mb*Oof
the (lonneticut LegIslature. te
C 4ounectione is a' "Sovereign.
that she slone has sthe right to sa mo~
-ehalil or shall hot vte i het' *edt
*Anithat notIw uo 60grdgvwen 'in
*t in the&mstter. &rv> ms.
~ ~ i5a'ur
The United States military force at
Savannah has he'en disbinded, and an
organization of armed patrols substitut.
ed. The provoit coiiits laive been abol.
A notice of a recent steamb .
plosion in a Western paper
fellows. , The Captain 'swain
So did the chambermaid, she was i
for $15,000 and loaded with iron..
'A' negro.reseiea -over a, 'Iepublican
indeting At Oberlin, Ohio,. on the. 16th
instant, 'taking the. chair by .hustling a
very respectablo white man out of it.
A movement is on foot to organize a
loyal Union.Club in Augusta, Geoigia
A niunber of prominent citizens have
already signed the roll.
Negro suffrage was voted down in the
'New Jersef ttmon Conventiol, ' recent.
ly iti session' by a vast majority.
'RA'T " n.i---Tliese great chief.
-taina-are now engaged ';i& preparing -a
history of their respective cankpaigns.
' Colored woman; with a fortune'of five
hnudred thmusarid-dollars. advertises in
the Paris papers for a husband.
Colonel William H. Brittain, proprie
tor of the "Brittain' House" at Greena
boro', Norti Carolina, died on the 21st
Major General Ohs. Devens' has
left Frdericksbprg, Va.. en ronte for
has new command in South Carolina.
M'ore th si' million of dollas in bonds
and seirlties belongng to the banks at
New 'Orleans, have bebts rehdo'vCred at
Shreport Louisiana. aid wilrbe delir
o e er tthe proper'd ners.
]Dpn't snub the poor negroes ? You
have 0111 to look in. their faces to see
how awfully they have been snsubbd by
nature. . ,
The' Phiilade~lphia Baleniig .Pukf'n, Of
An nst, 1, containd the following in
te 'nt th& d.ith of this wrell-know'n
., h'#e a pined tiatn of i~ede th
of the ReRv. Sainuel 'Townsend, o>f Co
Junmbia, &S-C. -which, tcnrred JAst
evejig,,att piants' Hotpl, in this
ciiy.. Mr, Wownsend was of the firm ot
Townsend Nort, of Columbia, Ono,
prior'tio the war, was well knowvn in
thhi city and elsewhere as an upright,
enterprisin' busiess man. At the close
of the rebellion he caime North, with
the view of. resamiug his business re
1 4ons ; was seized with a severe illness,'
which. afterqome three days' duration,
termiRated fatally. It will e gratifying
to his family to know that everything
wa donie that tie skill of his phy.sciani
(Dr. McOlellan)could suggest to avert
the fatal result, and that, through , the
kdidnesss of his friends and acquaintances
kers, dujigg this, his last illness, ie re
epvied 11 IoneAfUl, attentio.n,"
NICKxutofr9iHdr4.-1t will be seen'
tt the' veterA Iiotel' keeper, T. S.
ibkieraohI o loll 'k'ow'itas keeper of
the Milli 16use, in Charleston, 'arid of
the Nick' fin' otel, in this place; his
tespvind U voeition iti which hi has
qnjof'ed 'so repittatidtv 'td so much
ierfene, id Is iiaur, to -open i'first.
cla- 4ol ihi ihat firrtfiasa building, the
F alr Collegk "oh Palt. street. N6
housi4 perhpap*. 6o1d he better 'devised
for 'ifh a pur A Ztd such ai'stab.
lisht6edirwag 'the "graatest of
411 wata hn : We 4ha11 be
a;4 dd . tit perebi
& or. the o~fft .~e~
N -Meneet o
unet *nunwani nanar
THE GEORGTA S'TAT CONVENTION.
--The Georgia State Convention which
is to assemble at Miledgeville on the
fourth Mpnday of October, is not ex.
pected to remain in session more than a
week or ten dnas. The principles meas
ures callng for the action of the Con%
Yention are the repeal of the Ordinance
of Secession, and the ratification of the
action of the Federal Government in re
lation to . slvery. It is not expected
that any mateial change will be inade
in tie tate Constitution.
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GrNERAI. BEAUIREGARD. - General
Beaurega.d is 4xpected to arrive in New
York in the course of a few days, with
a view to'his departure for Europe. It is
Iunderstood that the Government has
given him permission tq leave the conn
try on con'dition that hl will never again
take up armns agninst it It is suipposed
he wil Itender his servi~es to the French
A Quebec dispatch states that Gener
al Grant, while in that city, in convers.
ing with-different pers is on Mexicanaf I
fairs',said that lie had laced ono hu n
dred thousand men on ie Rio Grande as
an army of obseirvati l, and that the
French would, have leave Mexico,
peaceably if they cho e, but forcibly if
they refused. ' Like neral Sheridan,
the situation in Meiic ho looked upon
as created by the rebel lon, which wonld
not be really overcome patil Maxamilian
had left thee 3untry.
'G9VIBNM NT UTKK
A RMY. WA SONS,
etc., etc., etc., etc.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1865.
NWBEIRRY COURT HU8U,
SAe to conimence at 9 A. M.
T NgMS C A S H.
A . CLEMENTS,
Dilttnr~etern South dasalina.
nttboro '~llThngine is
By the Provisional Governor of the
State of South Carolina.
A PROLAMATIoIN I
W H1(REAS, Hib Excellency, Presi.
dent Johnion, has hisued his pr6
Olamatlon, appointifng 'e (Denjtinlit V.
Perry) Provisional Governor in and for the
State of South Carolina, with power to pre.
scribe such rules and regulations aa may be
necessary and proper for. convening a Con
vention of the State, composed of delegates
to be chosen by thpt portion of the people of,
said State *ho are loyal to the United
Statis, for theipurposo of altering or amend.
ing the Constitution there9f ; and wit.hs au
thority to exercise within the lniits of the
State all the powers necessary and proper
1b enable suelt lo al people 'to esttro said
State to Its conhtltutiont - relitions.to tho
Federal Government, and to present suoh a
Republican form, of State Government. as
will entitle the Ststo tg the guarantee of the
United States th'refor,' 'and- Its' people to
protection by the United States against in.
vesion, in'surrection and domestio violence
Now, therefore, In obedience to the prb.
olemAtiota of His Excellency, An'rew John
son, Preldest of the.Uiited' States, I, DEN
JAMIN P. PERIY, Provihlonal Governor of
thi State of Sodt Ckrolilnf. for The puryoso
of organizing a Provislenl Oovernieint ini
South Carolina; restoring civil authority in
said State, under the Constitution add laws
of the. United ttates, de hereby proclaim
and declare that all civil oflicors in South
Uarolina, who' were in odice when tife C'Ivil
Government of tie State 'wns sustided, in
Mlay lastfI(except those -arrested, or und.e
prosoecqtion for troeqon,) shall, on taking
thq oatut o allegianqe prescribed in. the
Preitdeat'd Amnesty ProclamatIo'n of the
29th day' of May, 1865, resutne the duties of
their oflices and continue to discharge them
under the Provisional Goternment till fur.
hd appointwents are. ra . e-And
And Ido further prootaim, *e~re n
make inown, tbiat it Is the duty d 'ill loyal
eLtizens of the StAte of Soutn Carolina to
prnt.ptphy.go'flr6ratd andi. 'tke tile oath, of
allegiance to the Unlied. Staos.before doin's
magistrase. g. ill .ary oqger 9th, Fedotal'
Qumeeprnt,- 9h Ina 5be R~aifo r, Ard,
nise 6 t a such at4 rb$ an
ilAi'dd to give bertlfed' cplet thierooft"to
tih -petsous resaeotively 'by whoam they'
were made. And suo% muagist rates or ofs
cers are hereby asquired to transmit' the
originals of much oaths, 44 as early a, 40,y an
may le convenient, to ,the Departm tne of
9tate, 'n the'oily of Washington, D. U.
And I do further ptoleim, declare and
make knb*h, that the 'Mauagets of Eleo.
tidnb throughout the State of South 'Caro
lina will hold ark eectiopi for members of 0
State Convention, at th * respective pre-.
einots, on'the FIRST ?IONDXY IN SEP.
TEMBERl NEXT, according' to the laws 'of
South Carolina in force before' the secessIon
of 'the State, and 'that each Election Distriet
in the Stateshall elect ae-m'any nmespbers
of the Conv'fntlo.. as the said District ha,
sembers of the House-of.lepresentaktives
the basis of representatlon beig pjopulation
and.taxation. This will glve'oh hundrqd
ad twenty-foir miembirs'to the Conventida
e-a number sM11isntly large torepresent
every portion of the State most folly.
,E try, loyal cit-isen who had taken the
Anmasty oath, aid not wj.hin the'exoeptia:
Ola8ss ti the Prohideft's. prolamati6n,
*111 b'' entitled tW vote, 'provIdtd'ire was a
lel voter under this Constittition as it stood
prior to the secession of- ,Suth Carolina.
And all who are within the, excepted classes
must take the oath and 4pplg for a pardon,
In order to entitle them to voe, or .beftmo
mesisbers of the Convention..
' The membirs 4of ther 'C6onvehtdn'tbhis
elected. on. the first 'obday: in September
next, are heraby requlrod to oonvete In the
OIty of Colunbia, n WEDNESDAY,. te.
18th, day of:September, for the r
pose of dltering ad '4 &li er to
Costitution o ,9 .% o ,'ot rd
t and saakigg a~ new one-dlieoh till eis..
forin to the get'ohavgertWbeh4svveake
la n4i tato; And be 4:ore in'ecid
kAow th the .proclaiesf pad'-taf
kn t~theCotewtituttiotr awd 'alldlaws
of force laSi nalr- Csrolina: %sgfor-to 40~e
secession "c e Sate, are hereb made of~
foto 05O^ lie iPyovIison Oc9 'uq$
exo4pt whrerein thef ~ ma'cndi W
ivs~Fof ti1ia pwo asri~,AI~1
Th~4 ~*d~3mbiMrefl E EBW 1h~a~m
era of freed persons will be kind to them,
and not. turn off the children or ap4 to
perish; 'and ihe fi d men and wopnen Oto
earnestly enqjoed' o make conttacts, just
and fair, for retasining with their former'
In order to radtfifate 0 much as pose!
ble the applicatida for perdons udder the
excepted sections' of the Presidgnt's Am
hosty Proclamation, 1 iN stated for. ifot4
mation that all applications iust be by pes
tition, stating.'the exception, and accon'
paniedI with the oath prescribed. This pe.
titioi must be first approved-bytbe Provis
ional Governr,. and then forwarded to the
President. 'The beadqohrters of the Pre.
bisional (Gdaernor will be at Green*Ilfe,
whaeti all communications to himu must be
Tfie newspapere of this State will publish
this proclamation until the election for.mem
bers of the Convention.
Id testiteny whereofi.1 have hereunto
not my hand ind seal.. bortx at the
[(.. a.] ton of Greeivilli, this 0th day df
July,-I the year of our Lord 1886,
and of the injepeud noo of the Uste
ted States the ninetieth.
B. F. PERRY.
By the Provisional Goyernor -
WILLIAH If. PZai. Private Secretark.
Mn. EnITba : The neat apyrdach of the
day appointed fri the election of mehbers to
the State Convention, renderb it prope~fr ut
to consider who wre shall select for that g'.
sition. The declensiond which havi taketi
place very much restirict' the range of selece
)ion. At this importantjunctur, ofour ffairst
it is desirable that those who are peculiarly fit
tdd to serve the people should be talled forth.
I know of ho one more suftable ib all respects
than:' Mr. WILLIAM R..ROBERTSON.
Iisiwell known good sense, his moderatioa
of opinions, his beiikness talents, his uotir..
ing enurgy 4nd practical sagacity, point-him
out as a man who can do its good'servie. I.
therefore bsg leave to jreseit hip name to
tte people ; and I feel satisfied that while
he does not seek the position his publie spir
it will induce him to obey the mandate of his
fell,ow-citisens, who desire his services.
aug 22'66--te DBRoAD Rntva.
"Choose for the Conventi o o.r-pmed
truest mon ; not those who. bare skulkdh
the. hour of (4pger-nor.thoo Pho ases
worshipped bhatom.?n, while their eoun.
try was 'bleedihg: at' verf'ettt
the pelitigijan, who after Irging wai,'daoe
not encoUnt r Its haphsps-but tbose who
hai laldgAsfr aui5 hob he altail of the ei un.
try. -Sel'csuohnen, and ,m4keneAf serve
as your representatigen."'
Ma.' Enttoe : Deqplv impresed 'with'(he
Imonse importane,''f ite bint adilo.
-of the noble HAUProN; I pr'opose at.'tk,
berq-of the Contentlon fe*alrAeld
a1g 5'64--tw - AXo9 PATatA.
TIK9 CIMRISTIANI INDUmm.
B y the Ifist. of'Octobei or n' soft ae
the malls Are re-established, I-WiIot.
new the. publication of the "OHRISTIARi
INDE" qd tbe "CHILD'S INDEX" Ihave
Price of '!ndek" pe""( 1d6 ::$8 60
Price of "Child's Index," . 0
dney tay be remitted'tahace, as mide.
teyteination Isoi-y. ! lsr-ti
opre s, a 0' gsnsors e t -1l6VOfrt
bI fppt, Lc plysjp ejus tha b
sqibues may '* ie 1 o trd heir e.
'It IslylinMIttint*.lase4rst- da p.,
pere,.4 Ad so pW .4pns. e willberpred
to aeq re that s4d6 he best writersad
qrreoid% gijIbe. iqourd, 4he
Id el ytaiqntll be
IBE 111 ti pmfsl 1ustrated'end *111,
iPasetpenbemse . eenfea'u to it.
3 0 j egaj n atibf i tres fr othep.
press iit a~ spa, , on the resumption
'chect? wfik th(dramO y W.
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