"; .....i:.t..l rr morsiiiir II-
f,.r two months, -
saiieif the rid of ' oat 4HncU lexiend:
BlBXIXe OF 01D C S. LABRATORY
4Sj)IER KILLED 2-XD A NKORO SE
jMai o'clock yesterday 'fttnwoT'tt
Triuiftr of wooden buildinge known Mtht U Coa-
-;et of On wn' between the old battery and the
.0ly. knows; enlwar entlrelf ifoefroyed, la
knildlnM anB scattered aouU (he grounds
shell, which kept open incessam crP...B
upwards 6f two hours, the report from which
"eould only be compared to the thundering pWs
that maounded from me three hundred end eighty
. fhousenTshells that exploded In lhrrort number
f Uh3rtarr boiWio destroyed in Richmond
direction for nearly . mile from the icew of con-
A .'jiratfou, bat urtanately for the mnabitanU
their position, when aet off by Uie heat,
to ttollywood Cemetery, where bal fewperaonare-
Oario' part of 0 if yon Hill btrge
1 retly ftUrmeWM inrnwei, na u CJoiinj5 pinio-
1 f : L- --!-
dt'icken, mow 01 We umum f incir
toase end find tor re&ige io more protected
prU of the city. One fragment pMied throagh
4W front ndbckjloor of reaiience the Pen
itentkry, which cenie Ber ptikingt i ettTtea w1
wi fitting in the yard. f - w f
, The combustible content of (be buildings de
. rrgyed rendered it periloos for noy Qn to ep-,
-ftiXkJooutu, ini therefore, m eotm t ic be
eame koown to ihi military direcre or toe
p.1ice fctroe of tle eity," hey: jqird" WM
' : pUeed on both tide iA the can I, nearthe Oregon
. ilill "bridge, with inttrtiOtiorta to keep back those
whose eorioeitnonighli "orerlep'tbeir "Oaution
oirl erry tbeja in the way of dinger. In cpnee
4i)ence of thie regulation, we ratherefore conl-"
; -lltl to vrrita our x-conqt trom what We could
gthet from parties who bappeaad to be near toe
: ; pluee at4h tiwe the fire w Aty jaiaoorered
t)nee or twice we became impatient and aiUrapt-
tJ, during th lull in the explesioos, to execute
- flank nSevement and get nearer . the spot.
Jjiut each time the whUtx o tfylnragmenU over
our bead ceased a baaty retreat ; and right will-
inzly we sought a place where there was no
danger. ' . ' ' '. '. '; ,
Ihe first direct account cane from
toy named Holt, who, when ha reached tu, wad
streaming with blood from one of his legs which
Kal been strack by a pieoe of shell, and had V
- l.jnch of flesh scooped entirely out, leaving, hi1
4imh few inches above the knee bare to. the
km'. Besides bis inj aries in this respect, his-
Aa4 was swinged, eadnariy-4estitnterif hairr
yrom this negro, who was hf. scared to death.
- we learnthat himself and a Mr. John Hooker, a
member of the Eleventh United States itbfantry
Band, were in one of the buildings getting mus-
kt caps, when suddenly one of them which Mr.
Hooker was handling exploded' and communice
.trj with a aumber of othkrs, suddenly shooting
. .uu in the air and settinr the bmldinsr on fire.
ile recollects nothing more till he found Wmself
a few yards outside the enclosure in the custody
uf some one who. was dragging him oft. , We
--iHard the report several times ''repeated that this
negro, was the author of the conflagration, t. but
menus to the opinion that the assertion is with
out fonndation, for we were subsequently told by
"f'f lieith that himielf and another man
dragged the negro from' .the' building where he
wjuia undoubtedly have perished had -he re
c uiained there many minutes longer. Richmond
, -' Tke Ktutarki Vlu-ltim
Tbs Cincinnati Enquirtr, of Tueeda last", says,
'Jzl 1 . ntuoty elections
Ibe raajeritieg reiuroed for the Abolition cfttts
feiJJJjeouoH Kentoa iod trampbelC
oi posite to the city, were, to a great extent, the
us of direct interference. Demooratie citl
- Bi e wrested and eent to prison, V A large
Ifl?wJ, !pf 0,4 Jnd prominent eitisene and voters
are not allowed to aparoaoh the "poller The
nd were frightened away by threats. Voting
niy none at great personal risk and baser.
'e booe the Oavenimiini ;it t.k. nn;..
' hope the Government jtUl tnk due notioa
these proeeedings. If oar system of .election
""""" --i- - - - ri
may iniei? say that Uams
cratie institutions have no Stood the test Of.civil
--"1TTa f Prlaonersr
- A Washingon dispatch says: ' 1 -
.. Romor ere circulating again that JohnCovode
Sncessd Secretary arn, of the Feterior
:Vpartment,an4 that Mr.' Seward "is i!ao to re-
re; battheproUbiluies are against any change
r the tl.init : "
in the Cabinet.
v Alrrd E,y York, and Generals
v. ,..Viicax.ridLee( of Boston, it ia-eaidr bare
fu. wanmed to testify as to the treatment of
njfln prisons by the wW::,:,:,;:.:;,,:
- . - - - -, .. -.r . . , . i noiiff, an&.a special asaa, win r:si:
Tk tinrstiaaea ' of 'WBr-VwteAtttnma-- b
UBiteJ Stttei, y bn rroUBitio of MJ
20th. 1 S85. appointing a Provisional Governor
of North Ceroline, ardor the ft art h rtioleof
the Cunntitatloa of the United StaWa, wuloh
guaraatee to every State la the Union a re
publifean fotm of government; and in order to
enable the loyal people of nld State to br
ganite a Steto Goveromont, whereby justice
Bjiy l-e established, dotnCBtiir tranquility re
Ured, and loHPcitueni"o4eote4nrfBll
their-ribU of life, liberty,; and property,
and .to order, aUo. that said gate may
the Federal, government, by presenting luch
a republican i'otm of government m will entitle
the State to the guarantee ol . the United
tb United 8imtwmTmmm
uon, ana aouiesuo vioietioa, i, n iijliaiu n .
da. hereby proclaim thtafl election will be
held in aaia State,' on Thursday, lh 2 lit day
of September, 18&5, for a Conveation, to be
com posed of jdbo- hnndred and twenty dele
gate, to be choaeo as follows r X, "
TbeeoantT .of.AUutnoe will ohooee ' tVO
The county of Alexander will choose
The Counties of . Ashe tad Allegheny
choose one member. -
The oounty ot AnaoBTriK choose
The eouetr of .Beaufort will ehooce tiro mt
The county of Bertie will choose two mem
Theoomrty of Bladen will eho
.. ber.- ; " .' , j
Eho eounty of Tlrn;rwioj
. member.; r - y
The ' eonniy of Banoombewill ohooee one.
member. ' :
The count v of Burke wilt choose one mem
The eounty of Ceharrmw
v ber. ' .
The county of CeU tell wU ohooee one mem
ber. : -v' p--
The ootintT of Cemden will ohooee one mem
" ber. ' '
The oounty of Carteret will choose one mem
ber .: ... ''' ' ' - : V
The county jdf Caswell will ohooee two mem
o ber.' '
of Getawbn will choose one mem-
The7 county ""of Chathetn will choose - three
-'" members. .'
Thecounties of Chsrokes and Clsy will
'' choose one member.
The oounty of Chowan will ohooee one mem'
ber. e . . . .: s
The oounty of CleveUnd will choose two mem
"'ben- . . ....
The oountv-of.lJolun,tue will cnooee one
member. . .; :, . ..
The oounty of Craven will ohooee two mem
" : -bers." .'' ' ' ."
ThflfAinntitia of Cumberland nd IXtrnett will
ohooee three members. -
The county of Cunituck will choose oneanem-
7 ber. - ,- ..
The county of Pavidson will choose two mem
bers. - v .-
The county of Davie will choose one member,
The county of Duplin will choose two mem-
twra. '. ,;' v..' ...
The counties of Edgeoombe and Wilson will
choose two inemlreisV--,'j7'
The counjjof Forsj th will choose two mem
Theconnty of Franklin-will cheoaeejiMia-
The counrf oL Gates will choose one number.
The county of Granville will choose three mera-
bers.- - :.. : . .
The eounty of Greene will choose one' member.
The county or uutirora wtu enoose mroe mem-
- bera. . . ':-.Xr.:;r' '.' "' '
The county oXIIsJilax.trill choosOwomerni
- bersv-1...;-' :':,; f!Z"r"'y:r:J"'J:'"
The county lf Haywood will choose one mem
; ber. . :.t. ':. ;
Tie counties of Illiudtftsuii sad Transylvania
will choose "one member
The county of Hertford will choose one mem
The cou'ntv of Hvde will choose one member.
The county of IredeH will choose two members.
The county f Jackson will choose one mem-
The county of Johnson will phoose two mem
bers. ' -V m t
The county of Jones will choose one- aeHiber,
The eounty of Lenoir will ohooee one mem
The eounty of Lincoln ' will choose one mem-
The county of Maooq wStl ohooge one metn
ber. '''. .:. '- X i,.
Thjs eounty bT Madison will (-hoose one mem-
Tke county of fartinwiltohooaejonemem-
The eounty of McDowell will elnjmeu
The oounfy uf Jlecklonburg will choose two
ntembcra. ;C:,u.- ' A ; .V
The county of Moore will choose one mem
ber. - - -
The county of .Nh wV,i ehnnse one member.
The oounty of JS )faover will choose two
' members. , .
The eounty of Northampton will choose two
members. " . .
The county of CuhIow will ohooso one mom-
The eounty -of 0faa4 will choose two mo ta
bors. , - . ., :.
The oounty of
r4Hi5utank.will choofte one
The county of
I ersciu will choose one mom-
uiails Will ullBUBtt1 OBf
eoufnty of Randolph will ohooee two mom-
o'ulty . or TfEnioud"' wilt choose one
The county of Riibesnin will chposo to metn-
he county of R joktngliam vf ill choose two
members. ' . - 1
The eounty of-Rowan will ohoose two, mam
- Bers." f ' ' , ... . ... . '
The eon n tie j of Rutherford and Polk will.
choose two members. ; L ;
The eounty of Sampson will ohoose twe rnit-
The eoiinJyoTtafily "willoose one-mem
3"he eounty q Stokes will ohoose one mem-
- bet... ' -. . . . ' ' ' I
The coioty of Surry will euooae n meij w.
- -ber. ,. , -. , . '?;X r-".';'
The oounty of Union will ohoose one mem
ber. ' - ' ' - ..
The eounty of -Wake will choose three mem-
bers.. -j-. v.. - v.
The eountjrof Warren will choose" two mem-
here."'. " :' - .-' r
The count v of WashinRton wilL onoose. onl
The county of Watauga will choose one
The county of Wayne will choose two mem-
The county of .Wilkes willhoose two mem
bers. - . " "
The county of -Yadkin wiH-eheose- one Jnem.
ber. "' ' '
The counties of Yancev and Mitchell will
choose one member. , .
i-The Clerks and Sheriffs" of the respective
counties wilt proceed at once to assemble the
Justices of the Pcacefa jsajbrityef .whom
will select from their number not lens than
six nor more than eighteen J ustioes, men of
intelligence, discretion,' firmness, and approv
ed loyalty, whose dty it shall be to administer
to those .who may be entitled to- receive it,
the oath ooutained in the President's Amnes
ty Proclamation of May 29th, 1865. under
such instructions as may be prescribed in this
Proclamation. . The- J ustioes sbali, at the same
time, appoint Inspectors of the elections t
the vanoespreoinot in their respective Conn-'
in afinnrdanoe with the Jaw in relation
theretojpbapUr 52, RoviscdjCode of North
Carolina. Tho eleotions'fo'r members of the
Convention shall be conducted in the tw.me
manner as elections for members of the House
of Commons, in accordance with the "provis
ions of Chapter, 62, Revised Code, w far ' si
said: provisions may be applicable j. and the
officers appoibted to hold said election; and
to make returns thereof, shall be liable to the
same penalties for .'failure .to act,' or for nejr-lect-of
duty, si era prescribed in Chapter 52,,
Reyued (Jode.--- :r
Ne eerson will beallowed to vote who
stitntUbl . and lawfi of the iite, in force in
mediately before the 20th day of May, 1861 r
except that the payment of a poll tax snail not
"" All raroled soldiers' Of the iSmfBSmif
of the pretended I Confederate Utates, or !
thia fitit. under and. inolodinB the rank of
Colonel, if of the army, and under and lnolud
ing the rank of Lieutenant, if vf the navy,
yill be allowed to vote, provided' they; are not
faalndfld in anv ol the fauilieii exOluded elae-.
see pf the President's Amnesty Proclamation
and, providod further, that they are eifoens
of the State in accordance .wih. the 'terms
prescribed in the precodiog parsgrapb. ;
- No person will be allowed to vote whd does
not exhibit to' the Inspectors a" copy of thr:
Amnestv Oath, as contained tn We President's
d'roclamation of May 29th, 18C5, signed by
himf el f and ert figd by at teast two ausUces
of the Peace
Printed copies of the Amnesty Uath will be
fWhbhed to the Cle'tks, who will distribute
them io the Justices appointed id administer
iho oath r The Juat'oos will "'OoIiVef the i, Itl
fied cop? to the rxitHon taking the oath(-ai
retain-! he 6HKalw. t Itrsnsmuted 4 this
" Jiwtioa of the Peace are authorised to ad
mlaiWSr the Ainnerty Oath to pfrsonr who
may tlrtre to- ajpply to the President- fof a
pardtnh - - pri-::p:..,
:-The Sheriffs' of the respective Counties
shall furni-4, as soon as practicablo, 6ert fr
eatee of election to "those pcrn wh-i nuy
have received th highettTiamberef vts e
membersof the Convention and jhe Sheriffs
shall aW immediately send to the tffioe "fthe
Secretary of 4he taL R Iptght a sts'S innt
of th vote to, their , rfcifwetive CjunUcs for
.the. members aforesaid,: and aio a .stitcm"nt
ofifeewdjrolc"! watcirn. directed JJ the
President of the CoWtion7RaleiKh,-fd l)e
laid before the Convention. . r '; - i
The members of the Conventionltlias ohoa
es, will ajsemlrhj in the- eity'of Raleigh, on
Monday, the second usv ot wtobee, 1;00.
The attention of Jiiatioes appointed to ad
nnabtter the Amnesty Oath, is ospociaUy di-f'"'-T
.fnllowing fimrTnn eTolnded
" ir All who are, or shall have been,
. 1 1' .i -l J- 1 . . L.t
wis, domestic or-foreifirn airentalofllhe Tit
tended Confederate, government.
Second- &.U wlia left judicial stations un
der the United States to aid the rebellion.
Third- All who shall nave been military
or nval offioers of Said pretended Con ederats
government, above the rank -ef Celoncl in
the army or Lieutenant in the navy. T'.J
VurA--Atl who left seats io the' Congr.osl
Of thifJnited States to aid the rebellion . , ..
Fifth All wh resigned or tenderedj te
signatione of their ooinmlions in the army
or navy of the United' States to evade duty
in resisting the rebellion. 1 " ' " '
Sixth All who have engaged in alny way
in the treating; otherwise .than lawfully as
prisoners ofwar, persons found in the .United
States service, as offioers, soldiers, 'seamen, or
in other capacities ' '-'v'
SefjTA All periwul who hsve been er
al-e absenteos from the. United States for the
purpose of iidin4herebel4on. - r -tr-i4
Kl(lhi. All military and naval omofcrs to
the rebel service who were educated by. the.
governmf nt in the Military Academy at ft est
Point, or the united btates IS aval Academy
t JSmthAM persons' who held the pretend
ed bffiocs f Governors -of States in iosurrec
timi against the United State
7Vn'A---All persons who left their hotref
within the jurisdiction and proteetion of the
United States, and passed beyrmd the; federal
military lines into the so-called ConfedereU
States ijjrthe purpose of aiding the rebellion
.Eleventh -All persona who have been engag
eJ la the doslfutftion of-the
United States upon the high Bem, nd persons
who have made raids into the United Mates
Irora Canada, or been engaged in destroying
the commerce, of the United States upon the
lakes and rivers" that separate the BrWfib.
provinces from the United States. " W
licfifA--'All persons , who, at the' time
when they seek to obtain the bertcfi's hefcol
by taking the "oath herein prescribed, are in
military, naval or civil confinement or ciiat
dy, , or under bonds of the oiyfl, military or
naval aulhoritles or agent-; ofjhe United
Statett, as prisoners of war. or persons
tallied for offenoes of any Xind either beford
or after conviction. -; u '('' "
2hirtentKA persons who have v6lnn
tarily participated in paid, rebellion," and tha
estimated Talue of whose taxable property jji
over twenty thousand dollars. " :
FZirUrnth "Alf persons hd have taken
thee'oath of amnosty as prescribed in ' ths
President's proclamation of December eighth;
AJ) , one thousand eiaht hundred and six
ty three, or'an oath of allegiance to the guv
ernment of the United States since the dste
of said proclamation, and who have not honeo
forward kept and maintained the same invio. j
late t IrovuM, 1 hat ppeoial applicauon may
be made to the President for pardon ;.bt anv
person belonging to the exoepte J elafss, d
and such clemency will be liberally extended
BOW- be -eonwisteet- wit S.-.tii.,fac.t3 .. of.. t1 e
case and tbe. poaa and dignity bf thtr Umted
i Under the first exctjction are "included -u
arsons who have boon cFvil Or drpTorttia of
oers-ora3ents of the pretended UonfcJor-
I ate government, either within or without tbs
territorial Jimite ot the UnitnttStates. - 1
" Under tbe seventh exeeptian sie.iuilnuej
all officer', agent, or private citizens who have
been absent from the United States for tbe
r.nrp-1.- f)f Baling the rebellion
Under the thirteenth exception ate includud
sll who,"during the reMiion, havr tiol l any
omce or agency, niidcr the State vi p7;tntded
Confederate government or have in any way
Voluntarily joined in the rebellion, ds f t x
arrrole. bv entering or niarchine with 'armed
forces hostile to the United State ; by sending
or furnishing money, provinons, or sfuisil
4er.s0.ns engaged in the rebellion, save in ca'es
where money 01 provisions -were fucrnished
from the promptings of charity or httmntnty j
by aciirs with as-emblaces of persons, wheth
er organized or unorganised, hostile to the
- - I nlassAa nf r ri a l-'sSAaKiufs'ci Atnnaufa T'vT n
tv i.wva aa uv 4. a v as m . sai isvrv v v 4 t vvssussr
tion otMay gflt.117 1 Hfl.t ; ..
riK!?Ai no.ive. on'l;-r . atrial h4, witt h
WiiSiJittli.ilUf h-t nuitnt'frjr cV1ierUi.-
irriijit be Wir e e & ai adeat3f
Tta! Jtwte rtttBfflrratit or a iteath or niarriugn .'
. '.!..... V ' '. ' J i iv
I iuto i Stales j or iu any tW way giving vd-.
w Ury aid, Wataoee ut euoouragemet t to the
rebellion J and whoaftiasabh-Lfriipetly on. the
.'th day of May, 18U5, exceeded iu value die
sum of iweuty thousaud dollars! " '"
- The ether exemptions ate ta -pUhl i.'ai.'natt
.N o certificate will be giaiiU d by the Justices :
to any person whg 1 is included within any of
lhfourteenicluded clnssea, unleason 1 ethibi
Uon by the paity of his pardon for his 'offence
front sJjtaJrddent.'n:-' "-iz3tllnr:.
Jftue JuHtices anbolnttd Tta atlminiater the
Amnesty Oath, nj to burnish eertifieates of -
Tt ? . : rrr-? t..t it a . . A.-t. t.
iae ame waicn-tnau ne sviuenee nr loyally, f
are HpcciUy instraoted to be vigilant and
fithful.tf WlJe it will not be their duty to U
attempt to pryTnto the heart and consciences J,
of meq, they will nevertheless admonish those !
who-may apply to take the .oath, that it must
hi lAeoLAuAJjiabsoribed- in .Jjood faith, with
an honest inteotion oh, their, part to keep it v
wi'nnnti Si'oret pflrpoje or mental resnrvattou
up.n any occasion or at any time to oommtt
any aotm violation bf said" oath; and they.,
will warn them that if the oath is not thue
the President will be voided they will re- '
main subject to trial under the law for perju
ry a-nd "treaon.r 'V-ii1 .w "i,..; tiA',
v x'f,9 J usttces, C1 sut-andShe'uuVwhoee-,
duty it is to. provide for administering the
oath and t0"eondjuct tbe elections, are en join
ed to ue every practicable means to enable
every sitijefl to take the oath who' may de
sire and be Entitled to do ad. ' And the In
spectors 'arrenJoioed to inapeot ahd examine
f'sirly and truly, to deoide ia every iase la
accordance with the law. and with the in
strnclioife they have teceived from this office;
and to make prompt and eorreot rotorasef
'the tidmber of votes and for whom oast, at
ttictr respective preoincta. ---fc six ) " ,
Done at otir city of Raleigh, tbs eighth
day of Auifuat, one thousand .eight, hundred
and sLxty:five, end in the year of the inde-
pendepoe of the United States the 5 nine
tioth.' ... : ; . '. t', .
':",; . r . WILtUHt W. nuLDEN. ;
... . ' Provisional (governor.
' iiy the Wovernor: . ....
LiEwrsTIlA sr is, Prlvaje Seoreiary , '. ' J
, .taTne newspaperi of"lhe State will pub-"
lit)h ibngw prnnlm-.t.irin twine a wm fijj
flie day of election, and send accounts to this
office; ;.-.:,:,r-.'-"'mTj v
ceerttttrr of fltt W. B. 8wrd, eiJStm Tars,
fiwaurjr rWni-a"w1n M.WsmtOB, of Paea r
pKtm.r 0nM-l--WitUn Oblaj , '
Secretary of tritNrj Oldn WtUa, of OonntatlesU
Seoretary -of th tnurlor Jimes Uarlao, of Iowa
)prtr of th TreMurT auga sTvOuUimb, ot 10. '
Attorney 0nrj Jmn pmil. of Ksntvoky. r
Piltlut of tbs'Sanats-'tafayette 8.' ivtor, Cona.
6r.k-ti( tfcetfiftiBefeuylwCsKs tf ladtaaa,.'
-, ,. . SCBBS OODBT.. , I J U i.Sit
Salnion P- ChiM, Ohio, Chiof Justies' - ,
IJaaws ti. Wayne. Oeorxie. "'-,,.;
i.-amnot Nelwn, New York. .. ; , . (! -, , i ,..
9. Kb'40. Mrt-T, PunlTol.
. Nathaa .( llffoid, Mtot. rr.
4. N- ah i( Str), Ohio. 1
t. ;l D.ivi, Jlliiiotr,.
X. Smuui Miller, Iowa.. '
8. fimiiuel I. ii'ieU;Csilfafaia 0
-' , UKI't'MSr SSMSStLS.
WinjjBeid SoWtt, uf Virgtoia.
U)l 8. Oriiht. of On! 1. . ' .
Ailjii'-.nt Qatt'ra Lrnt t Thomas, DUwri..,
JU,ig Advooii unnarai 40kjd unit, u. vj.
(J ,irtormtr 0norlMoolgomry 0. Mtgl, Psaa.
IILtTtiMV DBIAHTME1VT OKjl.C
Un(liuj.irtr'T)eprti''nt at North tVo'lua, Ur- "
ernMrs "4fal, f'ot of: 'aysttTlUe Stts!-, Brvt
ea. Rt'llKH. ; i
; 'H".4uuirt;riT'Btlt Artoy Crfrpf, 6tBryue
Till fittest ian t ..Capital 8au'te--8revet Maj. Has.
Ilj!aaTten Brjersd Diilo'o, TBtVAnioy Carsi,
Wilmltigtt 8tret- Col. COAN, 48th N T.ft .
Uu!lMrte;s rost "r KaJaigK, Uoase v ;w.
mom. Cuiiit.l -rti'Ut. vf)l, JU1, JW flTPl)lrAUU. -
Vr u Mrhl Pn'il t Rulalzh. 6ffl. Itrsnai
floor of Onpit'J, Httitat PtXBtf Mtri,M, Buy torn .,
Cft kia- -C). J. A, BAKRRIT. , , ,
Pn UiiftrteriitoTrtor'i (iffii, Paynttri Su; op- -
f. m t tii.tf Mil it t r M . BOW itKr
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