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VOL. I....NO. 13.
CHARLESTON, S.O., MONDAY, AUGUST ?8, 18G5.
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Later from the North.
Arrival of t?ie Moneka.
FIVE DAYS LATER.
By the arrival of Mesure. Getty's splendid steam- j
ship, the Moneka, which left New York on Thurs
day, the 24th, we have five days later news from
the North. We make the following interesting
. Hitnmary of news from our New York files :
New York, August 24.
Tho Canard steamship Persia arrived at this
port yesterday, with two dayB later advices from
Europe.
The non-arrival of the Great Eastern was giving
Tif o to all aorta of melancholy forobodingB in Eng
land. On this side of the water the explanation
is very clear. The Great Eastern only startet! on
hor return .voyage ono day before the Pornia sailed
from Queenetown. We cannot oxpect to hear of
her arrival in England for a full week.
Tho political news brought by this nrrival has
no special interest.
Tho cholors, was still making headway in Italy.
The loyal Americans, residing in Paris, have pro
nentcd Mons. Malerpino, chief editor of the Opin
ion Nationale (IVince Napoleon's organ), with a
magnificent service of silver, in appreciation of
his sympathy, aB manifested during the war, for
our national cause in the late rebellion.
Tn the London money market, on the 11th bist.,
United States five-twenty bonds sold at 67@C7j.
British ContolB closed at 894@89j. Cotton was
unchanged.
The New Ycrk Herald has the following concern
ing the trial of Wirz, the Andersonville prison
keeper :
"The court-martial convened to try Henry Wirz,
keeper of the Andersonville rebel prison pen, met
yesterday, when Judge Advocnto Chipmnn read a
War Department order dissolving the former com
mission in the case, but convening a new one
composed of the eame members. These being
sworn in, Wirz was again arraigned, and the
charge and specifications, in the main the same as
the previous onc?, were read. They omit, however,
the names of General Lee, rebel war Secretary
Seddon, and rebel Commissary of Subsistence
Northrop, who were at first indicted with Wirz,
but retain the charges of conspiracy, murder,
cruel punishment and barbarity. The two gentle
men who acted as the prisoner's counsel objected
to these proceedings, and asked for a delay to give
time to prepare tho proper defence. Subsequent
ly, however, both of them, after an extended
conference with Judge Advocate Chipman, aban
doned the case and left the court room, and the
latter gentleman was appointed by the President
of the commission to defend the accused. The
court then adjourned till noon to-duy."
The Mississippi State Convention has passed an
ordinance declaring null and void the ordinance of
secession, and repealing all other ordinances of
the Bee"?';?)? Ccnveution excepting that relating
to revenue. The members of tho Convention, at
an informal meeting, acquiesced in a petition to
President Johnson, requesting him to pardon Jeff.
Davis and Clark, rx-Govemor of their State.
A committee of over one hundred citizens have
been appointed in Richmond to give President
Johnson a fitting reception on the occasion of his
anticipated visit. A large party of Swedish emi
grante who dcBlgn settling In the upper part of the
faiaefl Biver ?valley, have arrived there. Governor
Pierpont has authorized the publication ?f a report
Of a mineral?gica] investigation of Virginia "by Dr.
Grant, who avers that gold exists in the State in
large quantities, and that tho development of its
mineral wealth, which he contends is great, has
been greatly neglected.
Justice Ledwith yesterday rendered hie decision
in the rhmnix Bank defalcation case on tho motion
to release ?from arrant Genevi?ve Lyons and Chas.
? Brown. Tho Justice decided that tho statements
of Jenkirw, the alleged defaulting toller, djd not
?fonaUtut* >?n?cioi?i evlde??e on which to hold
these two prisoners, and thereforo discharged
Genevi?ve ; but, on the ground that there wos
other testimony to implicate Brown, he was held
for trial, and was recommitted to tho Tomrs. His
connsel gave tootles thfr.t h? would take measures
to have the.depiBlon reversed by tho Supreme
Conrfc. . - ?
There was another railroad accident in Connecti
cut on Monday evening. A train on tho New Ha
ven and Now London Railroad ran over a cow near
Branford, and threo of tho cars were thrown from
the track. Tenor twelve of tho employees on the
train, and ono passcnptir, received severe injurien;
but no ono was killed.
There was another sale of Government confis
cated cotton yesterday at 111 Broadway. The at
tendance was not as largo as on previous occasions.
Tho bidding, however, for awhile was quite lively,
but afterwards languished. Only about ono thou
sand balee were sold.
k.H.9 V-?irr4 8fovv? ?.tyM?y?hip Tandera and the
monitor Dictator arrived hero yeskorday morning,
and aro ut anchor in tho North Kivor.
A dispatch to tho Toronto (Qttnada) Oloho states
that Rohcrt E. Leo is cxpcctedly Bhorlly to arrive
in Montreal.
One of tho mombora of tho Canadian Cabinet
announced in Parliament y.;Btcrday tho intention
of tho Government, at tho earliest practicable
timo, to enlarge all tho canals of tho province,
with tho design, of attracting tho trado of our
WcBtcrn States.
A man naraod Lema*), who, the telegraph states,
is suspected of being an accomplice of the aBBas
Kin Booth, was arrcnted at Fc^gtaH?ggg^Lidicna,
on Tuesday of last week. ^^j_?
Georgo Gladwiu, who was comraKte^Sgt??tao
Tombs on Tncsday on ohorgo of proefrjxmguy for
gery Over two hundred thoiiBanrl dollars worth of
Tiflia and Fort Wayno Railroad bonds from a safe
in tho St. Nicholas Hotel, and of fraudulently ob
taining from tho New Haven Post?nico a Wall
street check for nearly four thousand dollars, was
yesterday arraigned, pleaded guilty, and remand
ed for trial.
Tho stock market was extremely dull, but firm,
yesterday. Gold closed at 143| on tho street, and
at the samo price at night.
Business waa moderate yesterday, os a general
thing, but there was some activity in flour and
grain and provisions, at a considerable improve
ment in prices. The movement was started by
tho Persia's news, everything in this lino being
"up" on the other aide. Grain sold frooly for ex
port; but the firmnesB of freights checked the en
gagements.
A Bpccial "Washington dispatch, dated August
23, to tho N. Y. World, aaya :
"The unmistakably hostile movement of Spain
with regard to San Domingo have not been quietly
passed by here. It is generally believed that the
government will, at least, oppono diplomacy to
every aggression attempted by Spain, and perhaps
adopt even stronger measures to protect the Domi
nicans. Tho course of the Spanish government
concerning San Domingo in tho early part of our
civil war was, for obvious reasons, permitted to
have its effect without a protest from tho United
States; bnt now that the war ?b over, there is euf??
cient reason to think that any new menaco or in
vasion of a friendly country, on the part of Spain,
will not go unheeded by our government. And
Franco may bo given to understand that she may
take tho action of the Unitod States in tho San
Domingo matter as a hint to herself."
r Kit BON AX.
Torcy Walker, tho first rebel Secretary of War,
is among the notable? in town. Gen. Doublcday,
tho protracted hero of several military commis
sions, arrived to-night.
ATPOn-TMENTB.
Tho President has appointed A. T. Stone sur
veyor of customs for the district of New Orleans.
Colonel Thomas Diddle, of Pennsylvania, has been
appointed by President Johnson commissioner on
thspart of the United States to adjust the claims
under the recent amended convention between the
Unitod States of America and the United States of
Colombia,
cnowns at the white bouse?ivecettioh by the
PRESIDENT.
Notwithstanding the restriction for tho present
of facilities for obtaining executive favor by par
don applicants, tho White House was again
crowded to-day, even in excess of previous days.
Among tho crowd in attendance were twenty-five
ladies, who were all received at onoe by the Presi
dent. Dach had separate claims for an audience.
After the President had diepoaed of them, ho re
ceived Herscbel V. Johnson, ex-candidate for the
Presidency, and whom the President pardoned the
other day. This interview lasted for nearly an
hour. Tho President seems in very fair health,
notwithstanding his arduous labors.
UATLBOAD AND EXPRESS COUPANTES?INTERNAL REV
ENUE DECISIONS).
He also decided that tho clause of schedule B in
the law, aection 170, which exempts from stamp
dotiea receipts for the delivery of proporty when
issued by persons, firms, or companies doing an
express business, is held not to apply to receipts
given by railroad companies for property to be
transported by them in the conree of i?ieir busi
ness.
Q'jaNERAI, EWEX*U
Again General Ewell called upon the Attorney
General to-day, relative to his application for par
don, which be is endeavoring to push through.
Washington dispatches to the Tribune, dated
23d, state :
-TNTSBNAD J1EVENUE DECISION.
Tho Comm?8Bioner of Internal Revenue to-day
made the following decision :
"If a manufacturer or other person employs
laborers to con and hermetically seal tip tomatoes,
corn, beans, or other vegetable? or fruits, to bo
used or consumed by him, when the annual pro
duct of such preserved fruit, vegetables, Ac, snail
exceed the rate of 1600, be is liable to pay a duty
thereon of six per cent, under the pi-ovisioiis of
eeetions 93 and 04 of the Act of June 80,1864. as
amended by tho Gtb section of tho act of March 8,
186G.'
"Ice creams, sherbets, Roman punches and blanc
mange aro not regarded as manufactures.
"That clause or schedule B, in law section 170,
which exempts from stamp duty receipts for the
delivery of property, when isBued by persons, il mis
or companies doing an express business, Is held
not to apply to receipts given by railroad compa
nies for property to be transported by them in the
common course of their business."
A Washington dispatch to tho Now York Herald
of the 22d inst. saya :
RESTORATION OF SOUTHERN ESTATES TO PARDONED
OWNERS.
During the past week upwards of a dozen citi
zens of tho South, who had obtained their par
done, made personal application at the Freed
men's Bureau for the restoration of lands which
had been taken Into the custody of the bureau.
On production of tho certificates of pardon, the
applicants were furnished with orders upon tho
local agents of tho bureau in tho South for tho
restoration of the property claimed, with the
provision that the owners bo made to compensate
the blacka for tho crop? thoy may bo cultivating
thereon, or leave them in undisturbed possession
until the same are harvested.
A special dispatch to tho Tribune, dated Wash
ington 22d, says:
A NEW IilJIlEATI?PARDONS.
The President seems to liavo taken a decided
Btand in the matter of pardons to participants in
the rebellion. Ho to-day instructed tho Attornoy
Goneral's office to issue no more warrants of par
don to applicant? of the 120,000 class, as nono
wonld receive his attention. Owing to tho utter
inability of tho President to attend to the deluge
of boaineas pouring in upon him daily, feo h,fts ?oq- i
eluded to establish an "Executive Bureau," of
which ho Las already appoiuted John Wilson, Esq.,
tho well known and ablu Third Auditor of the
Treasury, as chief. Mr. WilBon, who has been or
dered to report on tho first proximo, will havo full
chargo of tho ordinary routine of business, and
will dieposo of all eaacB, pardons included, refer
ring to tho PrcHidcut such matters only a? aro im
peratively neccsBrry for Iub action. A vast amount
ofurumportant business is daily crowded upon the
President, and tho organization of such a bureau
will doubtless provo a great relief to his over
strained capacities.
GKMERAl, NEWS.
*. FROM BICHMOND.
tBgraoRr, August 23.?Richmond papers of
Wufaftrning hare been received.
"WoWbig sayB Marmaduko Johnson has resign
ed the position to which ho waB so flatteringly
elected a short timo ago, of commonwealths attor
ney, in coDBequenco of tho fact that he is ineligi
ble, according to the Governor's construction of
tho Constitution. Having held a position in the
Confederate service, he was obnoxious to the
authorities. The Whig commends his example as
one worthy of emulation, and says there are others
in other parts of tho State who would do wcU to
imitate the example.
The Whig has another article advocating the
ratification of tho constitutional amendment for
the abolition of slavery, and urges tho propriety
of an extra session of the Legislature, on the first
of November, to give tho people an opportunity of
putting themselves right and in full accord with the
recommendations and feeling of the General Gov
ernment on tho subject of slavery, before the
meeting of Congress.
AFFAIRS IN MISSOURI AND KANSAS.
St. Loma, August 23_General Fremont, at the
bead of a company of Eastern men, is about to
purchase an extensivo tract of mineral lands in
this State, with tho view of erecting an establish
ment In this city for the manufacturo of railroad
iron.
Tho Democrat's Lawrence special says that Mr.
Buttcrfield, tho superintendent of Butterfield'u
overland dispatch, has completed the arragements
for tho transportation of freight from Lawrence to
New Mexico and Arizona, and will send coaches
from Lawrence to Denver City, via Smoky Hill
route, as eoon as tho Missouri and Pacific Rail
road is completed.
The Government commissioners to the grand
Indian council have arrived at Leavenworth.
GOVERNMENT MACHINE-SHOPS DISCONTINUED AT NOR
FOLK, ETC., ETC.
FonT Mosroe, August 22.?Tho Government ma
chine-shops at Norfolk havo been discontinued and
the hands all discharged, by an order from Wash
ington.
One hundred horses and fifty mules, theprop
erty of the Government, will be sold at auction at
Camp Hamilton, August 23.
The expedition which left here Sunday night in
search of tie steamer Effort, Haid to have been
stolen from New York, has not returned and has
not been heard from.
THE CASE OF THE UNITED STATES VS. SPIRITUALISM?
COLCHESTER CONVICTED OF BEING A JIKidUK,
Buffalo, August 23.?The case of Colchester,
the spiritual medium, in the United States, Court
here, which has attracted considerable attention,
was given to tho jury last night. This moming
they returned a verdict in accordance with the in
dictment, viz., that ho is a juggler. Judge Hall
has reserved the sentence. A large number of
spiritualists, male and female, ?Hended the trial.
THE WEATHER AT MOUNT WASHINGTON.
Concord, N. H., August 23.?The thermometer
on the top of Mount Washington, at seven o'clock
this morning, stood at twenty-eight degrees. The
wind is west afid very strong. The weather is clear,
and ice has formed one-half of an inch thick.
FROM THE PACIFIC COART.
San Francisco, July 25_Arrived steamier Con
stitution, from Panama. Sailed ship Lookout, for
New York, with 38,000 sacks of copper ore, 8800
hides, 310 hales of wool, 100 cases and 26 pipes of
California wines. There are indications of o.? ^ad
ual increase of business. Whalo oil advV.ccd
twenty per cent. Binco the news of the Shenandoab
atroe?tieH. Other oils arc firmer.
A OUERMUA OUTRAGE IN TENNESSEE?REPORTED
MULING OP THREE SOLDIERS.
Memphis, August 20.?Some soldiers left Jack
son, Tenn., a few days ago, to hunt up some horses
which had been stolen. They were attacked by a
largo number of guerrillas, driven back, and
obhged to abandon their horses. It is reported
that three of the soldiers were killed after falling
into the guerrillas' hands. Two of the guerrillas
have been captured.
ATTACK ON THE REBEL GEN. WHEELER?HE IS SE
VERELY BEATEN?MERCHANTS MEETING?RIOT AT A
GERMAN PION1C?TWO OFFICERS OF COLORED REGI
MENTS SHOT.
Nashvhj,!!, Tuesday, August 22.?The rebel
Gen. Wheeler was attacked and badly beaten by
Col. Blakburn and Capt. Quinu, at the City Hotel,
where Wheeler was stopping. The difficulty, it is
said, was in consequence of a throat made during
tho war by Wheeler, that "he would kill Black
burn if he ever took him prisoner, as he was a
damned Homo-made Yankee.'' Wheeler was in bed
when attacked, and was sover^ly beaten.
To-morrow there will be a meeting at the "Ma
sonic" of the merchants and chief business mon of
Nashville, for the purpose of regulating trade and
establishing a Merchants' Exchange.
There was i considerable riot at tho German
Turners' pic-nic at Horticultural Garden, on Sun
day afternoon, resulting in the wounding of Lieut.
Hardy, of tho 16th United States Colored Infantrv.
and Lieut CoL Troueraient, of tho 13th Colored
Infantry. Tho guards were unablo to quell tho
disturbance until reinforced by three companies
of colored soldiers. Revolvers were freely used.
Quite a number of other persons received injuries.
A number of the ringleaders were arrested and
sent to the mi' aj prison.
FROM NEW ORLEANS?A HAID ON OKN. BEAUREOABD's
HOUSE, AHD WHAT CAMK OF IT?SECRETARY CUT
STATE IH TEXAS.
New Orluhs, Saturday, August 10?General
Bcaurogard's house was surrounded a fow nights
since, and Boturegard, with others, were kept in a
cotton-press until morning. It was supposed that
Kirby Smith was concealed in tho house.
Beauregard had complained to Gen. Sheridan of
the manner in which the military had invaded his
premises. Oen. Sheridan was greatly annoyed at
tho occurrence, and righted the. matter with BtMfc?
regard.
Tho Hon. Jamos H. Kell has boon appointed
Secretary of State in Tosas.
THE PENNSYLVANIA DEKOCRATTO STATE CONVENTION,
Harribbobo, Pa., August 23.?Delegates to the
Democratic State Convention aro already here in
considerable numbers. Tho impression gains hero
that tho old incumbents for auditor and surveyor
general offices will be renominated. Mr. Barr, for
surveyor general, cornos very strongly enforced
from the West, while Isaac SIcnker, tho old audi
tor-general, is ready to accept a ronominatioii,
sanguino that ho can succeed in being released on
his merits as an officer. ,,
The Harrislmrg cotton mills were sold to-dav at
public sale, by J. D. Cameron, of this citv, for 'ono
hundred thousand dollars.
THE MIf?SI?8IPPI CONVENTION.?A OEXEBAL ELEC
TION PROVIDED FOR?TKK OftDlKAKCE OF SECES
SION REPEALED; ETC.?A PETITION FOB THE FAB
BOX Of JEfT. DAVT8.
Jackson, IIirs., August 21_An ordinance was
to-day passed by tho State Convention foi*a gene
ral election at the same time for county, district,
or ministerial officers.
Jacksos-, Miss., August '22_The Convention
passed tho ordinance declaring the ordinance of
secession null and void, and repealing all the ordi
nances of tho Convention of 18?1, except tho reve
nue ordinance, which the Legislature will act
upon.
At an informal meeting of the delegates in their
individual capacities, a niomorlnl was presented,
expressed in eloquont terms, petitioning President
Johnson to extend pardon to Jefferson Davis and
Governor Clark, which >va.a acquiesced lq by all
present,
FOU F-.IVEUPOO-L._THE H It l?'I SU
Banjuo JUMA, ("apt. John OnmmUif, will rv
iccivc Freight on the 2^th instant for the above
?port, an?l will with disnatcn. For engagement?
apply to WILLI'' k CH1S0LM, Mills Houic.
August 23
FOB I.IVEKPOOL.-THE ?? MR.
?Berk EXCHANGE is now receiving Freight at
^Hoiitb Atlantic Wharf, antl will leave with dta
patch. Tor Freight apply to
WILLIS k CH1S0LM, M?lH BoiiBC.
August 22
FOR. JVEW* YORK?THE FIRST
OLASS Schooner FLYLNG SCUD, .7. T. Mc
^Nnnini- mauler, will Kail with dispatch lor the
oabov?.' port. For Freight apply to
"WILLIS & CHISOLM, Apcntn,
August 26 _ Mills Hourc.
FOR BOSTON.-THE SCHOONER
FRANKLIN will have quick dispatch for the
'labovc port. For Freight apply to
GEO. W. CLARK k CO.,
AUgmt 21_No. 146 Mectin?-strect.
FOR PHILADELPHIA?THE LINE
Schooner .1. W. LINDSAY, C?upt. Boyce, will nail
*wiih dispatch. For Freight apply to
? H. F. RAKER & CO.,
_Augns^25_ 3_ 2L?'_20 Cumberland-street.
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT.
THE FIRST CLASS UNITED STATES MAIL
STEAMSHIPS
CUMBERLAND
AND
M O N E K A'.
THE NEW AND ELEGANT SlDE-AVHEEL'STEAMu-aaP
CUMBERLAND
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF ON
Monday, August 28th instant, at 1 o'clock P. M.,
precisely.
For Freight or Passage, having superior accommoda
tions, apply to ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
Nos. 12C and 128 Meeting-street.
0ST The faTorite nteamehip MONEKA, C. P. Mahbh
maN Commander, will leave Thursday, August 31.
! AugUHt 25 __
NEW YORK ?ft CHARLESTON STEAMSHIPS
LEAKY LINE.
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT.
THE NEW AND FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHTPS
QUAKER CITY, Side Wheel,
W. H. WEST.Commander,
?RANADA, Propeller,
R. BAXTER.Commande?.
ALII AMBRA, Propeller,
R. B. BENSON.._,.Commander.
THE SPLENDID
QUAKER CITY,
WILL LEAVE BROWN'S WHARF ON WEDNESDAY,
the 30th instant, at ? o'clock, precisely.
For Freight or Passage, having MAGNIFICENT AC
COMMODATIONS, apply to
THDDEU8 STREET, No. 74 East Bay.
*Sr* The GRANADA will follow, on Saturday, the 2d
September. . _August 2ft
For Georgetown. Cheraw,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS.
THE LIGHT DRAFT STEAMER SYLPH. CAPT.
ARCHIBALD MARINES, will leave hor wharf, foot
of HasehBtroet, at Six o'clock, A. M., To-Morrow, the
29th instant.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to
SNEED k COXE,
August ?# 1 No. 374 King-street.
FOR CHARTER.
Excursions Around Charleston Harbor*
TH? FINE FAST STEAMER ROOKLAND, OEOnoF.
W. BEAUFORT Commander, having a handsomo
saloon and splendid accorumndationy.
Apply to ARCHIBALD GETTT k CO.,
August 17 . Nos.. 129 and 128 Meeting-street.
NOTICE TO TRAVELERS.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Office General Scp't W.. and M. B. R.,1
WiuttKOVOit, N. C, August 24, 1865. (
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY. AUGUST 27, DAILY
TRAINS will be run ovar'the Wilmington and Man
chester Railroad, between Wilmington and King ville.
Leave Wilmington daily at.0:00 A. M.
Leave Kingvillo dally at.7:35 P. M.
Arrive at Wilmington dally at.3:05 P. M.
Arrive at King vtlle daily St.I'M A. M.
There If daily communication North from Wilmington
by Rail. These Trains connect with Trains on the
Northeastern Railroad. ?heraw and Darlington Railroad,
and Wilmington and Weldon Railroad. They also con
nect at Klug vine with a line of Stages for Colombia, ana
at Strmter with a lino for Oamden. "''.' ^
HENRY M. DRANE,
Anguttai lnio i\ ??General Superintondenti
OFFICE NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD. 1
Chabi.ebtok, Align?t %\ 1863. |
ON AND AFTER MONDAY NEXT, AUGUST 28TH.
the PA83ENOER TRAINS will arrive and depart
as follows :
Leave Charleston.0.30 A.M.
Arrive at Charleston.ll.M A. M.
The Trl-Weekly Trains will continuo until Frl?lay, 1st
September, when dally trips will In? resumed.
O. WLQMON8, Snperlni?n<?.ent
August? r "? ?,
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tW Postofflcc Box No. 241. -"g*
OS- FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWSPA
PERS AND PERIODICALS received by every
steamer.
REMEMBER
No. IOS Market-street.
August 24 6
ELECTION NOTICE.
IN CONFORMITY WITH THE PROCLAMATION OP
his Excellency, BEFJAMIN F. PERRY, Provisional
Governor of the State of South Carolina, dated the 20tU
dayol July, in the year of. our Lord eighteen hun<lr<?a
and sixty-five, wherein it is proclaimed, declared and.
made known, "that the Manadera of Election through
out the State of South Carolina will bold an Election foe
Member? of o STATE CONVENTION, at their respectivo
Precincts, on the FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER
NEXT, according to tho laws of South Carolina in
force before the secession of the 8tate, and that each
Election District in the State shall elect as many Mem?
bers of the Convention as the said District has Members
of the House of Representatives?tho basts of represen
tation being population and taxation." Under the above
Proclamation, the polls will be opened on the said first
Monday In September next, between the hours of 9 A..
M., and i. P. M. ; after which the votes will be counted,
and the election declared for the election of twenty Dele
gates to Raid Convention, at the following places, to
wit : Ward No. 1?at tho City Hall; Ward No. 2?at tho
Court House; Ward No. 3?First Poll, at the Market;
Ward No. 3?Second Poll, Palmetto Engine House, An
son-fitrcet; Ward No. 4?First Poll, Hope Fire Engino
House, Aruhdale-atrcet; Ward No. 4?Second Poll, En
gine House, corner of George and College-streets; Ward
No. 5?Eagle Engine House, Meeting-street; Ward No.
0?Washington Engine House, Vandcrhorst-etreet; Ward
No. 7?Engine House, Columbus-street; Ward Ko. 8?
Marion Engine House, Cannon-street.
No person qualified to vote shall be permitted to voto
in more than one election district, and the Managers
will administer to every person or persons offering to voto
the following oath: "I do solemnly swear (or affirm, as
the ease may be) that I have not at this election for
members of the Convention voted in this or any other
District, and that I am constitutionally qualified to vote.
In addition to this oath tho voter must show that he has
taken the Amnesty Oath, as prescribed by President
Johnson in his Proclamation of the 29th May, A D? 1866.
Should such person offering to voto come within any of
the exceptions in the said Amnesty Proclamation, ho
must previously huvo received a special pardon before
ho con vote.
The Act altering the 4th section of the Constitution of
tho State of South Carolina is as follows, to wit : " Every
free white man of the age of 21 years (paupers and nou
commlsHioned officers and privates of the army of tho
United States excepted), being a citizen of this State.
and having resided therein two years previous to tho
day of election, and who has a freehold of fifty acres of
land or a town lot, of which be has been legally seized
and possessed at least six months before such election;
or not having any such freehold or town lot, hath been
resident in tho Election District in which he offers to
givo his vote, before tho election six months, stiall have
a right to vote in the Election District in which he holds
such property or residence." The two years' residence
required by the Conaatution in a voter, ore the two
years immediately previous to the election ; and the six
months' residence in the Election District are the six
months immediately previous to the election; but if any
person has hia homo in the State, he docs not lose the
right of residence by temporary absence with the inten
tion of returning; and if he has his home in the Election
District, his right to vote is not impaired by a temporary
absence with the intention of returning; but if one has
his homo and his family in another State, the presence
of such person, although continued for two years in the
State, gives no right to vote.
Manager?.
WAIID MO, 1?CITT BALL.
CHARLES LOVB. IC. WILLIMAN.
H. W. SCHRODER.
WABD. MO. 2?COURT BOUSE.
J. LEGARE YATES. I W. MIKKLL.
T. A. WHITNEY.
WARD MO. 3, FXBflT FOIX?MAHEHT.
A. J. BURKE I JOHN D. MIM.E1?.
THOMAS K O'NEILL.
WABO MO 3, HF.OOND FOLL? PALMETTO EMOIKB HOUdB.
JAMES GILULAND. IP. P. LOCKS.
C. T. ROGERS,
wann mo. 4, Freer foil? hope encune boose.
T. ALJ.A80N. I H. M. BRUNS.
ROBERT ? BROWN,
WABD NO. 4, SECOND FOU??SMOrME BOUSE, COBMEB
OEOHUE AMD COXXEOE-fTtnEKT?.
JAMES L. PATTERSON. | L. V. MARTIN.
J. LAMB BUIBT.
WAllD MO. 0?EAOI.E ENGIBE BOU?E.
JOHN MQFFBTT. I PETER GUERRY.
~ R. 8. K. CHRIETZBERG.
WARU NO. C?WASHINGTON ENGINE BOUSE.
O. 8. HACKER. I 3. LADSON WEBB.
M. T. BABTLETT.
Wilin VO. 1?ENJINE BOUSE, COLUMBUS-STBEET..
B. C. THARIN. | JOHN SYMME8.
ROBERT TEA8DALE.
WAnn no. 8?mabion excuse bouse.
J. F. ALDERBON. I W. P. BUS3ELL.
JOHN BURNS.
August 90_
RICHARX> ALLISON,
commission merchant;
No. 90 BEEKMAN-STREET,
NEW YORK.
COTTON AND OTHER PRODUCE SOLD ON COM
MISSION. General Merchandise purchased on?'.
forffArdcd. \o cyder. *?*"> Augurt 16

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