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0 This wi'h thd'ekibn ap fu
tenantes wvas sold yesterdav tin r order
of tAe Commissioner in Equity, at putb.
lic out-cry and was purchased. by..JL. A.
We lay before 'our readers to-day
Gov. Piunt's valedictory address. It
is an exceedinigly happy efort.
In our next issue we will publish
Gov. ORa's innugural.
MAkJou-GENDRA. WAnDE IAnPTo\.
-This gallant and distingiished gentle-.
man iN going ait-oad for "in iincertain
period," as he iforms us it h is iranilFtiul
add re to tle people of Sith Carolina,
and wherever this Iay'ird ofotir chivalryv
goes, .he wi,1l ca'rry with him t. helndic
tions of his countrvnien.
Tlae l:te V'to wvhich' lie receivied fior
(ov*'rnor of his Si ale fin-rit hs the ea -
ioti ofIhis fare weIll, andOikke psliar
-pleasiir in dnnexjng to thi's brief. no
tJee of ls approaching deparare a little
extract from the dolumim of the Home
ourInal, writ ten under. the iinpresion
, thatl he id een elected 'Governor of
"Politics wid patrioti;:m aside, q//
are rejoicilig North a.s well a
sm, t te till conn ir \Vodeo ilaim
ton as Governor -of' his sinfillest of
States. Oh, how a 'faultleIs gentleman
and brave cavalier' is admired, anj
where. mo our tino ! It is a pleasure to
have le bright ideals still, to honor nid
make mnch of, still to chm . and take
prdfe in. T he 9mlil quality of the
man goes for sonmethin", even it tile
mon.rchical coirti of Enrop1--.wc maiy
Casily be exelised fIorl reeignizing and111
valting it in this oir republic."
If. by going abrotd for ."an uncertoin
period," he neans to indicate his expat
trintion. we deeply regrlvet it ; hit. he
that as it may, go whire lie will, Ie car
ris with him the esteen and adnirationii
of brave men North and South ; nd
whe'n-:-if his departure he permanent
he gets to "l Ultimo S'spetrodel More"
of Is journe*v lar .this coiciousnes
Nou.-The following is the result of tie
election for Governor and Licutenant
Governor of the State, its announc-(d in
the Senatb yesterday :
Hon. J.*L. Orr, 9,828
l Gen. Vadu Unmptg), ,185
Majority for Hon..J. 723
Hon. W.-D. Porte 5,072
mission appointed b ry to
couint tlt votes in.- nigres
sionail Di~sttripts in the Il-Ieell
their 'abors yesterday , and
will piobably cojinpl.tc tl to-dry.
Th followiig it is believe il bonhe
- First Congressionall Dibri.-Gen
eral John D. Kennedy..
Secotnd Congre-ssional District.
. William :Aiken.
Third Congressional District.-Cen
eral $. McGowan.
Forth Congressional District.--James
. GoVxRNoR M aoiiA T--We tire grati.
fiedc, and so will all the people pf onth
Qarolinma be-, to reaid the following para
graph from its WVashington crespo nd
~nee, whicir we find in. .Te ew York
- rald, of F'riday, 24th inmsa:
Jtudge Magra1 ai'd Mr Sedidoi. prison.
or in 1'ou Pulaski, and( 9 ternor Lii b
b)ock, imprisoned iii.(n ort <-ai ae, 1Vl
l$ahad ninthe Heiol'/ nIthe tjitni, *i
anli wmdeh. we teinhl 'Ii (. li r(iu
masde tVT a. r f t a ppealI for htia bbVa
t uml, on palh0e, -settingforiih hits ri(-n as
' ery'foill why he hAd a~ 'irrht to e~c
jet his releape.-" Golnbi PAynix
ii terior a ppointsrion i
*Btoth 'of the chi-m bers
iJijio' (ll-sea I Ir ihu1 he d~ bf
h of icatk ee
41, NV6 OWP R 27 8.
The.Senate met. at 11 A. Ursu
Th4 Clerk read the Journal of the I
Hion. J.P. ficlardson, enator elect
ron'Claretidon District., to fill the va
-ancy -occasioned'by the . resignation of
he lon. John L. Manning, appeared at
he clerk's desk, and presented his cre
lentials. The oath was administered,
ind jie was added to th.e Commivee on
Federal Relations, and also .o the Com.
mittee on Commerce, Manufactures and
ie Mechanic, Arts. .
Mr. Bqist on'ered the following reso
lution, which was referred to committee
on the Judicinry. *
Resolved, That it be rqferred to the
conmnittee onl the Judiciary to inquire
whether any legislation is nedessary or
eyxedientfr the' purpose of relieving
the several Banks of this State from the
liahlity resulting by reason of the sec
Olid sectioti )f anil Act ontitled "An Act
to provide agailst the sutspenision of spe
cie payment1ts by tie Banks of this
Satle,' ratified on the 18t day of De
conber, 1840, and of any other provis
ions incorporate'd in ts or resolutions
of the General Asseibly of the State
impositg lihilit.i-s for the non-redemp.
tion in speci- on deianl by the said
iank i of their bilu or issues, or for the
niont.publica ion of statements of their
cirenla' ion, anount of assets and gee
ral comlition and tha'ft the said commit
tee have leave-to report by bill or other
Mr. Davant submitted th3e report -of
committee on Accounts, Vacant Offices
aid pripting on *the, repop of the Corn.
In1it.04o on Office, and Offieers of tile
Hfouc of Representatives on the coim
Imitll W.ionl of the lIon. B. P. Uuttkint
signifyib; his accepht ance of tie offlee of
Cliel Justice ; which was ordered for
Mr. Tracy offered the following reso
ltion ; which was referred to the con.
mit tA1eOil thioJudiciary :
. Rtsolvd, That. the committee on the.
Jndn-iary report to the next, session of
the Geiral Asembly a bill. -providing
for the maner in which contesteA elec
tions for Governor shall be determined.
Ilonorale Board of Trustees of the
South Carolinia C lhsgf.. November
1 865 ;'whieb was referred to the coin
mitteet on the College, Education aid
The Senate thenvii proceeded to the
conisideration of thI special order for
Atnarter pat 12 o'clock P. M viz : A
bill to establish District Courts.
During th. consideration of the bill,
Mr. Sullivan moved a temporary sus
P1:1non of tlh- qpecial order, in order to
sumi't the oll ' report; which mO.
The comcor mittee. on the
part o House of Repre.
sinttati to Wait . on the
Iloll. svernor elect, in.
(orm.him o . etion of Governor of
t.he State, alln ascertain when it will
snit his convehtience qualify, respectfully
report : Titt they have discharged
.t. duty, and I hat htis E xcellen'cy, (vill
qualify in the~ Huw of Reupresentatives,
this day, at half-pansti1o'clock P. M., in'
the pr:eence of t lf Senatte anl Hot18e of
Reprteuntives ; anid that th~e wrth of
olee will be adlminitered to the Gov.
ernor elect by the presiding officer of
t.lim Court of A ppeals, the Hon. B. F~
Dunkin, C. P. SurJilVAN,.
WVrh1Ms~ s.' MUJA,!NS,7
C'hairman H-ouise Committee.
The lWar hiavinig arrive~d the Presi-.
dent ro tem of the Setert~, alitended by
the offeers and acecomnpahied .r bythe
mlembhers of tihe Senate, attended in the
Uouse of Rep~resentiatives, in order te be
-proeet at, the inuguration -of the Gov.
"rnotr eleet,'the'Hon. Jarnel L.Orr, who
was swvorn in by' the Uon, B.. F. Dun
kin. Chiief Justice. ' ..
Uporn :iM ryinrn of thte Senate to, tke'
nltale chamtber, upon - the 'rpoti Inf
Sr. TIitotw,.tge $pecial 'Ordei*he
dd~irrged an4 'i4 made the, etu
order for tosmorrowmat IL o'clock AMI
.tUpon miot ion ofM Jraw'on, ~~~
HlOUSE~ OF RfNl NTA TIV
A .te huotrn ~iy the st~~
4t'4, in the order of Juliciaud strictsO
eipwatening withit Albeville District
Mfr..WNagener -pr'sented the memorial I
f the .Ct y Council of COlarleston, pray- i
Nhbt,j ti all) wed to fix the.prico of
IlebtsQ tO toail spiritunous 1i1 uo rin the
it.y ;' whe wa i efrred to e o commit
ee on e,3 Jwlica'y.
Mr r. Fa i"- iented a petition for
herene wdi of the charter of the town
W WV'hvo ; w~hich was referred to
be commi ee on Jncorporations.
lun J. R. Aiken presented the sc.
!oiwu of J. E. 'B tton for public print
ug ; W'' a ii is referred to the commit
ee on C.R e.
T ~be s , r called for hilb, retoln
tio s q;-l 1'.. o , in th o:Jer of Joi 'i.
S1 D . commin e g wh z A bjoe
M C.)G on offerel the following
re7 I' wIch wn o:de:ed 4r con
R : )-1'.,;. -. f., E. R.,P. Like,
D e Ce U-on i id G o . F. Town b),
ei n. e, the sock
belongin~g i >" S :e of Soaibt Cavo
lina in the G en C Nte .11id Coltirbla
Railroad Copnwyv, at ill meel.ll of
the soekho!.. i i cof, to be held dar.
ing t he c1 g.: welve 1 months.
Mr. H . Ie n1o e that to mor
row I( w'1 i-k leave :o inoduce
A bill to provide for the admision in
evidence of w'ls made in execution of a
Mr. T. P. Mikell gave notice thatto
morrow lie will ask.leave to introduce
A hill to provide for the elections of
Governor and Lieutenant Governor.
Pursuant to notice rind by lehve of
the House, Mr. Sihnonton introduced
A bill tc organize the Executive De.
partment of abis State; which was read
the first tue, and was referred to the
committee on the Judiciary. Also, in.
troduced , '
A bill to repeal the fourth section of
an Act. ent tced "An Act to re.ehartA
the Planters' and Mechanics' Bank of
Souti Ca-olina, the Union Bank of
South Cardina, the Commercial Bank
of Columiin, South ' Carolina, and
!o :rieorpo-ate the Exchange Bank
of Columha, the. Farmers' and Ex.
change Baik, anl the People's Bank of
Charleston, the Bank of Neivberry, the
Bank of-Clester. the Bank of Sumter.
rille, and tie Western Bank of South
Carolines at Anderson ; which was read
the first ti o. and was referred to thc
lie w' ask leave to introduce a' bill tc
aMe an Act entitled an Act to amend
an A t entitled "An Act to increasr
the feV of Sheriffs for dieting persons
Mr. Han el gave notice that, to mor
ro\v lie will ask leave to introduce a hill
for the ame ameinhof the charter of the
Edisto and rkshley Company.
Mr. War ey3 introduced the following
resoltion ; IV hich Was considered iminm,
diately, and was agreedl to
R1solved, That the ladies allowed the
privilege of die floor during the cemmo.
nies of' the i an'guration this day.
Mr. Read introduced the rescintion
which was 4msidered immediately, aind
was agfeed o
-wRsolIved. That it be referred to tle
committee in the State Houso aind
Grounds-to nqire and report whether
or not the 8Se4ker's robe of office was
preserved or, to evctution of Coinr
bia by our f~rces, and if so, to make the
necessary avjangentents to have .it re
turinedto C d~umbia ~and made nse o'
by the pros$it Speaker Whilst presiding
over this bo< y. -
Mrr.,Daw ins gate notice, that to
morrow he vill a eniave to introduce a
bill to- aftord reliu to -thie 'partanbury
a'nd Union) ,ailroad Company.
Mr. Oarl iigton gaye notice .that to.
morrow he wil' ask 1davp to iniwuduce a
bill to -amend ;t Ilveet debtors
Act of this Stata .
Mr. Mullin Special Jouit
committee to on.s -Jam,-s L.,
Ocr, Gover, him oi
his electiof )en ii
will suit allify,
made a re o dered
resehution> lr d ,dismre
leA with him, atnd'ttakE frd 4~epf
all 'mnil tim% tfdti pr a nt ~6d
leuftioens ~~ ai $n
drileritd fo a~~
VAA Paul! the ofoae-Of'
3 9are WrPm th . d
soeJ ot thCott of P d
>CalS, 'and 4ihed'ciM -of Register f
oine Conveyanc f 0hgjlreton Dise ?V
,rict, vacunt, whiqias-on2sidered in-'
nedia'tely, 'and Nsasrareedtry :..
Mr. Jofd introdueed '.tligfollowig:
esolutioin ; which was coiderea im
nediately, and was agreed t: ti
'Resolved, That A moessage be sent to a
,he Senate proposing to that-body to go A
uto an election for Register of Fquity 4
for Charleston Diatrict, on Thursday, the
30th instatn', at 1 o'clock' P. M., nd im (
mediately thereafter for Commissioners c
in Equity for the several Districts in I
which the said ofuices are. reported .as
vacant, and also for Master int Equity
for Charleston District. 3
On nrotion of Afr. Dawkins, the'House
procee'ded to the considerailon of . .
A Bill to establish Distric:s Courts
A 1il to amend .le Criminal Law;
which had been made the Special Order
of the Day at 12 o'clock M.
On motion of Mr Dawkins, the Spe.
cial Order was disoharged, and the
same w~as'made the Special Order of the
Day for t6 morrow at halfpast 12 o'clock,
Mr. Barker introduced the folldwing
resoluiton ; which was considered im
mediately, and was agreed to:
Resolved, That a messago be sent to
the Seiate proposing to that bolly to
unite with the House to-morrow, at 12,
o'clock M., in an electiot, of two - Asso.
ciate Justices of the Court of Appeals ;
and in case there should be no election,
on the first voting. of either or both of
said Justices, that the two Houses irn
mqdiately ir'oceed to vote a second time
for the said olicer of officers.
Mr. lIrd int roduced the following re
solitiovj which .wes ggnsidere i.rgste-'
diatel'. and was agreed to: . .
Reoliyed, That a message be sent to
the Senate'proposing to that body to
enter into an election for Register of
Mesne Conveyances for Charleston Dis.
trict, on Thur'sday, the - 30th instant,
iminediarely after the election for Mis.
ter in, Equity fi* Charleston District .
Mr. Dawkins introduced the follow.
ing resolution : which wa's considered
immediately, and 'was 'agreed to
Rewlvced, That Qeneral Wado Hamp.
ton he invited to a seat on the floor of
' this House.
Innuguratron of the Governor.
The Senate attended in the hall nil
the House of Representativ's, and ipi.
mediately after, Hon. James L. Or,
Governor eect, attended by ia 'Excel
lency B. F. Perry. Provisional' Gov
ernor, anid the Joint Committee of Ar'
rangements entered the hall..
[From the New York Tineg.]
The President and the Union Party
Apprehension of D0vAord.
Tihe "ationa Intellbjencer'! lends its
powerful aid to the promotion of 'thit
division. in the rank of .the . a4ministra.
tion party front 'which its enemies hope
so-mnuci. It naltes thh recent speech
of Mr. Go'fax the oocasion for remarising
that "the time his coma to throw4pway
d-nguises" and for demanding tht' .gen
tiemen rango. themselves fair .nd
.sq uarely uinder 'theil banners. -T
"'n tell ig'encer" assumes * tnqt (thiereid
such a diff'erenct', not to say laopthlity.'Q
sentimenlt to thes Union paty, as ronders
this divisi'or 'into.1toltile factions er ph
dient and no; assary..
*We 4o not concqr- ini the juelee .1e
this assumiption. We see no Ai'identce
of-such dissention. We do see diff'et
enees of opinion pimong members of the
administration party, and' we hear louid
menaces in sorne qusrters; and louder
apprehesiions in others,;of future divks
ions and revolte.B~ut tihe differences pre
no'greater, and. tho prospects of diseii
tioni are no more threatening, than af
ways exist hi the bosom of eve.ey part
strong enough to regard an
wrangle us a iluxury' taR IM U41
beL ndulge4. We ev,
monised, stud that tI blonS a is
Congress, an )d14 le , d) coilM
9e' ,rfor3 . i 'olifdb
.andus aoh kIseft djq
w~ may 1e 1mbaikp t f ' je
Ial l,,flnd (r*$Wgoh ; and
?hi4 4 *
trr re 1 ., .T coed
dot A tntificatf6 of the Consti,
ational Amendwnenyprhibitifig skayery,
nd clotuing Co.greps, with povyr, bf
ppropfiateleilaMon, t give tait pro
ThirL A 9e fiktl l the Iebts,
!dnfederate an State ddutractsiM hid
f the rebellion,-u's. having been un
%wfully' koAithcted, 'nd therrfo're of no
inding obligation. -
These, are the only ibings whieh the
'resident-bas disinctly reqgreias eon.
litions sine -gua non of resto'ation.
Phe Union party, in Congress andee.
vhere sustains him *Ihily in demanding
,hed. they are 'regarded as just ill
heinseltes, and as 'absolutely necessary
. themselves and stability of be'
,ional Governtnent. There will be a
itrong desire on the part .of othe Union
Members of Congress that the Snuthern
States should ailso guarantee'to their tn.
franchised slaves access, as parties .and
witnessea, for the protection of their.per.
sonnl and civil right, to the civil eourts.
Some among-them will demand in addi.
tion the admission "of negroes'to tie
right of -suffrnge ;--some the exclusion
from office of Inen wio ba7e tak1 n part
in the , rebellion ';-some evidence .hat
the recent rpbels have changed 'their
opinions, as well as their..conduct, and
that they now love, with heartfelt' and
unalloyed affection the flag'tnd the gov
ernnent on'wlnich they hive beqo long
'mnak-iiig war. But we do not blieve
the,Union party, as. such.,will' go be
yond what. may prove to be the settled
p6lic'V of the President-in' thel- teftfre
ments. They may, possibly, and proper.
ly,enough, seek to Induce huh to paodi.
fy' them ilthey'deem therh irAufficient.
Itit they will' not .disregard the wiAbmn
and necessity of harmonious' hetiof be
tween the Executive and 'legis'm ve
Dhpartments of the GoresRnent., They
h1ava the right, beyond all gnestion,, to
act by themselves and for themselves,
upon these arid all other matt'rs,' with
omt consulhing the President, 'or Paying
the slighest. regpird to his, wisies and
opinions.,- But, it would he a e0ragge
proceeding;-quite novel in the. Oonduct
of a great party in possadslon of p power,
aud respgnsible, tliorefr,. fot, thei
certain to molvi its' o, 1,estiction
withont advancing any desirablo object
at which it.ams., W se.' nothing in
the past action of the Union' pany < to
warrant the fear that it will pursue an
such fatuous and unpatriotiecoure. 't
elected President Lincoln J4 1850 and
i spite of differences of 'sentimnti it
sustaimfed him through the War. It
uominated him,, with Andew Johnson,
in 1864, In spite of dissensions far more
forthilable than any whiA'- exist at
present-placed the i Or i Olkformn
Qqtisf ctory to the wl e c0airy' and-se
oured for them and,'. their principles a
splendid and boneficent victor. ' In no
Srticulcr has Andrew_ Johps .;aInco
.e p'sasiation of r" mado
prinopies or loered jt the least the
standard then'setu. , i
le was on the 'days of Mi norhination
ai .of lusa election, 'the kopresentativa
an~ chosen leader of the .Union party.,
H1e..has done nothing to forfeit its confi-'~
denco end support. Nor will that par. l
ty. witbdrai# that supmport litly; or fail,
withoqt good and shuilet reasodQ 'to
co-operate .wi him cordiall and dfc.
tle#mI efforts to restom e Union to
its d i 4 v'aW14ah. natituimon of
the $f,.9 tgs 'lb hts fall supre
Psiby weare too sagguiig It
tmav' beathat the Uhion'spayes.about to
utstt, the diertst of' thd'~n II er"
nila ow Itelf to be tl 6 MAha at..
3 hseo s nd 'e p es is pro.
elaj' edM W~lm (u' that is a