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The enterprise. (Thomasville, Ga.) 186?-1865, July 26, 1865, Image 4

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The Restoration, of to • the. I.’nlou. ‘. • Crni4fni J*hnnn' Prftfliliiiaiiou, Wovrrnor Annmniri! I’onrffc to hr nVu id. • Tn\p* to bi nll#'-uul, and l*ot Offim toho Opt ni . .OFFICIAL AXtfO UNCEMENT AFPOINTMENT OF HON JAMI . •• ‘• ■’ JOHNSON AL GOVERNOR. . * * Whereas,’ the fourth section of the fourth article of the’ Constitution o; tin declares that the United • States shall guarantee to every State in j •’ the IjJ aion a republican for-in.ofgrovern ” ment, and shall, protect each .of them against invasion and domestic'violence ; . and whereas, the President-ofthe UqW j ti-- state ‘• ‘’ ‘ imust it w. . - . *Cammander-ih-Chief of the army ana navv,‘ as ‘we 1 as chi f” civil cx :-cuti\ oil-! • ■ • .ficer of the .United States, and is bound | bv. s I’cmn . o.i.t:. i. truth;a'.- , ,’r - v ar . ’ thf. ice of President of the, United j f t 11 : ear.-, that the laws be 1 • faithfully executed : and whereas, the j rebellion which, has been waged-by a portion “of the people of the United States against the properly constituted j authorities of the government thereof m i • -the’ most .violent and revoking form! but i • vhose.organized’ and’ armed forces have I how been almost entirely overcome, has. ; in its revolutionary pr> rived i the people of the State of Georgia of all I ../<nrilgovernment; -and whereas, -it .be- J • con: sary and proper to carry’out ( ’and enforce the obligations of.the United i .V— ----'States to the .people of Geonria in seeur- j ing them in .the - enjoyment of a republic an, form of £roverm-n.ent., • - ‘ \ . Now, therefore, in obedience to ‘the high and solemn duties imposed- upon j • me by the constitution of the United j ’ and for the purpose of enabling the loyal people of said State to organize • - a State -government, whereby• justice • nay be est iblished, .domestic tranquility : . restored and loyal citizens protected in all their rights of life, liberty and prop.- fty,l Andrew Johnson, President cf United States, and Command er-i Olficj of tne army-and n.v. - * ’ ted. States.. do. hereby’ appoint ’ Jani J.. • ‘ - : . . • ’ ‘ “ ’ ernor of *he State of Ge ‘ • • . - ‘ ‘. * .11; .>• ‘ - • latmns as m; v-1 nc.c-ess ■ arid’ i : •for ‘ a. con? • . .di c:i -c • •• • • • - t:, ; t sa. i u . ‘ purpose; .©f altering.and •amending the exerci'se; .within thy limits of said -Sta . .all the powers necessary and proper to •enable such loyal people ot* the State of Gears ia to restore'.said State to its con-. . stitutionai relations to the federal’ goy..’ eminent. and to present such a republic* . an. form of State government m will en • title the State to the guarantee of the , • . United- States therefor, and its people to protection by. the United States against • invasion, insurrection and domestic vio . ; lence : Provided that in anv election- that may be held hereafter for choosing del', cerates to any State convention, as afore-. said, no person sliall.be qualified as’ an •’ elector.-'or’shall be eligible as ‘a member •of such convention, unless he shall have . ’ prefiousiv taiee'n apd subscribed the oath ‘ • pf amnesty, las •set’ forth in the Presi° dent's proclamation of A. I- I .’ 1865, and is a voter’ qualified- as • pre scribed by fhc constitution and laws of the State of Georgia, in force immedi’ . ately before the lilth of January. A. 1). 1861, toe date of the so-called ordinance ofse-cession. • And the said convention, when convened, or the Legislature tl mav be thereafter, assembled, .Will pro. • scribe the qualifications of the Selectors an.d the elisribihtv of persons to hold fice under the constitution and laws of “the State—a power the people - of’ the ; .several States compos; • io.n havc rightfully exercist 1- from the . . yo\ rrumf • 1 :•• • . time. And Ido hereby direct : . “ I'.irs?—T*.nr the -nnii-rnry comtn.'iTidoi of.the department and all officers i ; persons'in the military mid na val nr-rvir-- aid and as • ernor in carrying into effect this prnri . lamnh >ri; and tin . are en joifierl > . sv. .: f.v.m-in any ;jv hindr-.i mV imp • ing or discouraging loyal people hfffn tin ro r.n mza 1 1 - li- r*• i n.n :f! ; • Hovorso Aiifit the. Hoerofory r.f fitalf ’ -.1 ns * * • ; I 1 olmabin \/h trWA ... a It mite mf/yrn *vi. 11 fr • -• S.'v • ’ f Treasury . proceed to nonut s’ . poirirnu ’i’ .a 1 - < -t ■ m i ‘tors of customs and of internal-revenue, •an 1.1: . •. • ’ ottie ’ ■■ : : !>f part a are autt. i arid.put in e'x venue • laws . cited States within the* geograph’ ■ if. limits at.yesm i. • In mtk in ‘’ an. ’ • m ! :,n • si. speetive < l u - tn ‘ai ; t !•-. T.. , tormi ‘ f. ; if - -oir-t ----;it resided . . district - sh.i i found, then t i residing in other .States- ‘hr districts shall i ‘appoint .’ . • - post routes,.and’ pnt iiit ex( out ion .• . isa _ ‘S tfe-, - ( preference of appointment; but; ideuts are not foun j i point- a imi..-., and r. .m oii.pt M.o id; :■ —1 h- . t;i ■ ‘ sr; ‘ - - • .’ ‘ . act of (Congress, an-I t] torney General will instruct.. the ‘ pro.}. t I confiscation, and Sale, prop tb . ! confiscation..and enfcr< ■ti : ‘ lustn .tv .']: saia. ‘ • . t matters within the cognizance. and jurist i diction of the federal courts . t £ —That the Secret i.vy take possession of all public property I belonging to the Navy- Depart t •v.:... ‘ froori'apn-ic-.ii- dm lin operation ail acts Dongr I tion to-naval .affairs haw .- i.said Stau . Seventh- —That the Secretary of the’ Interior put ih force the i. . [•the interior Department applicable to-the , | geographical limits aforesaid, • In testimony whereof.’l have hereun : ’ to set mv. hand and caused the sea j ‘ . the United States -to be affixed. • . . Done at the ; ity of* Washington ‘this ‘ •’ seventeenth day of .'June. ..in the.’ • year of our Lord one tholisa t ’ hundred and sixty--five, and-of i ‘ii ‘ •• • . . o * • * . • then v-mn. ... . . . . . . >er;\ yV oiMV AMNESTY- T:7 • . * . . . . • . J\. Ud Qi’ i. • ■ • * 1 * * • • * . i A-. D., .1864, did, with therobjeet to the existing repellian, ta-induce all .pers ; to •return to their loyalty,, ai e i authority of the United States, .isss i iamations . offering amftestj’ and pardon to 1 certain persons who had -directly or hy'iu - ; caiion V i:t: .. ; •’ • . • . •’ iU. ’ ‘ . ’ ‘ • ‘ ■ Whereas, many persons who had so enga- j j ged in. said rebellion, have, since the issuance of said.. proclamation, failed, or neglected to i take the benefits offered thereby : an 1 • * Whereas. Many persons . who ’ have been* j : .itistlv deprived of .all claim to amnesty and ; pardon thereunder, by reason; of their par . .nation Uirecily or ks implication -in said i rebellion, and continued in hostility to .the frovymm ‘ . . date of said proclamation, now desire far a obtain amnesty and pardon • ■in t!i S I UHMTi >i” C . j of the Government of the United St ne rest or(: • i dom may be estahli . • .: • ... Presi ■ .■ .■ : - . and declart, that i ‘ j 1 per* i sons who nave directly or Dat i.. •:.. ■ . ■.. . ‘ . •wit h rest oral ion . .. • ri yi • . pi . • . • ‘ • ■ pf-r: \. 01. ii(M'Vi!i? cm ■ !:> v• ;:■ ,t. : !- - :i- in . • ‘ . • ■ l.iiclcH it.lifit -evrr Cos • imrfeon ti<al>'(nLo ml • : • . all -llly<. I‘ I ■ •” •’ ■ , . 1 do nolemnlv fWear or- ntlrrir. in prrcm.f. ) ’ . “ • ‘ ■ . ‘ • • tpc t.li pro.un , j and fail I>f ull m., , . a • , ■ . ■ , ‘J Jus foflny.int? rdnt c t r* ‘ ••-•.>. “•••• . . r .ii -i i J>{.l. n. .■ l o flt -it. •o m •. • i.... c-. • .• 1 ■ • . f lr>r> f C./1 c. r • . - - J * All W t. n t l.A^,i (n ,11 n n J j ■ ... ... nlm.ftd,,. V P'oto n.-.l U ~ - S r r. i. .... - A All “T* 1. % h bit* c* . , n aid in the rebellion f>. All who remaned or tendered | iqrnation of their .t and N.av-v ot the t nitcd St at'os'jo evade thetr ! dmr in resisting the rebo lion. ’ i treating otherwise than lawfully prisoners of ’ qn,or in otherc 7. All persons wh • have been or are ab t I r>no of aiding the rebellion. 8. All military or n ival officers in the reb j el service who were educated by the governs ] . a the . . oveienu-’ ivrn ■ ‘ the States ‘ll- v • • ‘ ~ . ,\.d im>\ ■ ~; - lei. t heh in mes with” ■ n ; i.be .rederal milt— j . • •. v r •• and . ’ . • • ■ ’ 4, i; r. . . -. t n-u-f}*. ■ • ‘ . !• yict ion* .• % , ‘ voluntarily par . . nr. ii’iarnafc.'ii ! 1 ■ ... ‘ . .dii.fi ’■ awe no .violate, pro- i I vided that special -9 *t the : t “ . \ ■ pert on r. ’. .*. . . a 1 t !i>nv ie.n r / _ . . rase, and i\ 1 arid dignity of.the 1 ‘ . pi 1 establish rules and- reg •’• . . pie and guard the government against fraud. I ’ .In - • whereof, i have hereunto set • fused the seal'ef'the-United . . .- of W ash.ington, this, the j it. V. . -tnd ui iii ’ J ■( it , . •’ / V ■ • ■ ‘ .* • • •# • ..• ■ • . 1. to . . • . • • ’ . W. L. M. iiru(ii. Official: W; H.Kell E H July .12.1865. ti ’. * * ‘ ‘ *‘ : - VTLLE, l 1 H OJSA’STILLK, i Ct til, 18105. A l.ln obedience to orders of Brcvt.Briir. (len. . . . • . •n. iriit, ‘ I IH ?',’’ ‘ .-|iI> i< ■ : • • • •I * • “ ’ ■ - I ■ - ■ . ‘S < , \ . Jrfli h\ U. K< Hi ‘ . Lm % ii (io n\ . /• ‘ . **‘. * . . . *. xv j | v Ki\nt a ] I _ | ’ | > K-VVIVO ii ) is j ; > | ) i\ p < 1 1 t \s. , I . ‘■ I • • ‘ ALL pprtMt’.ts rrsnii ■ ( quit -I ■ ■ ; L:n ’.. i 1 n . in-.. ..i | • H t M x ;) . <•• . • .. ; • * *•-.*•* • • * * *r | ’ ‘ r • t, t • ’ ■ ‘’■. • 1 ■ ! ’ •* ■ ‘ t ‘ ! * * ‘? i tv rtli .i, ... v \ n rv a ■ ■ • , Tmomasyille. Ga. June 30th,4861. s (inti -ui Unit -> ) ‘ , No.;- s . UNTIL farther orders the sale of intoxicating . or spiiitous liquors is entirely prohibited wit the limits ot tin.’- 1W 01 bun-district. until ’ person making the salt, in any quantity, is t j duly authorised and lieenred by the riufWT . and no person ca • toxirating liquors to any enlisted man in the set vice of the l hired States, and upon conviction thereof; any person un... acu sai**will be pnmi ,i b\ conti scat ion of his stock, - or. anch. | ot 5 t !-punishment as may be deemed proper.. Mai* - < A llHHimcs. lYovost .Marshal . exacution of this or< W M K. KIM BAI . ( • • . SOUTH. E 1 . . I) Srien,. June 14th, 180 ( ■■ ‘'■(•/ < >r,i( . • ‘ . • >rdei -No 11: Head Qw V-. . ■ . .. us ill'! < >\ pubhshl ./ . ‘ ‘ Win!, u: Mini ,• ■ .-stv'n-nous upon trade of and Post conaniauue ii i: .i- ■ i ! ’ ■ . ate’ expected t 1; ntrol over .all merchants and vy !■ r- t mui: tamui •. ■ reguiate-the salt of intoxicating liquors, ales and *. . : ■ . w ies, for which i cause dee oi twenty live, dcdfeirs wall be . chary • Said rr* * : ui l'oi -e ftin t< vi . l hi■. ‘ :u( ni is.. . . • • . in the place of business. ’ A \ plications f< rli ■ nsi : w ill- b ■ made tlir m the Assistant Adjutni; . No--i iq.in rs will be sola or otherwise dispose - ! of t.o tin- eiiiisted in* nos the arnn ‘ • . rec ved said license, upoi • . ::; ivva..t Proprietors will b< iel l responsible fer't: any person wh i iwmgly violated . regulntions will be • n, nor more than one Imp- . cir.-d uoilnrs for said oiu-nc; .* • ’ • - Brevt. Brig. Gen. WASHBURN W. H. Kkli.i:k ; • • . . ■ Act. Asst. Ajt. Gen duly 22. 1 ‘"Via. tl • ‘ . . HD*. Ql DIST- OF > .m.Ai.’Ks'iuukß, July 4th, ISK General Order: ) ■ ■ . . • are. qualified to avail’ thei it th< b mefits’ of the Presh Proclamation, of the 20th of. May, • • ’- v tiirectcti t(> app< inf.! and re-cord the Amuo ’ . ‘ ’d iii- - • ;■ ;• i ■■ ■ • 1 la- -.added by :md stricilv ; • . - . ■ . . i.;• * . . ; .-i ■ f'<] ‘• i\y;i•<_>■ <-j r . . ‘ DEPARTMENT OF STATE W i - - : •; ... . y_ ■O if s’ .1’ . h \ ! ■ ■i,. .. t■! • ; ■ . ‘)!; i'i i • ’ ” i erntory, jvh< >y tlie Law . • . • t-tering oaths. All’wiiore ceiye such oaths are hereby authorized to give : certified copies thereof to.tlie persons respective they were made; and such oMicers jar hereby required to iransnbi the originals o€ • as early a day as may he eonver ient, to this department, wtie will be de-.- ted and remain in the urchi< of the G< . i.ster thereof will be kept in the. i department,* and on application, in proper eases h records will W issued in tin; . i. ... . il’, vonv obt?(.inon ser WILLIAM 11. SEWAED, * ‘ . . Secretary of Shite in ail eases the bffieer administering tl . ■ . i I ‘ h I ‘ !'. , , • ’ . 1 ’ . ;? i lehunstioaby any one oftheexc • •• application i writing through i . . . amnesty. • Said application i the clause. ■ ■ . .. ‘ ’ . . • .. .u: s • • _ . /'■ rMENT OF THE SOUTH . <.; i ra. ..No , \ • • • iV: • : rai*s w..i b i.... <i ’ ’ ’ •>( S.s: o ■ t! i. p;, rtl ’ TTllton 1 •* . • r i 5 ?■■ • ‘ * . & . i ‘ • . -• ‘ • ■ ‘’ .. .Hi,: . . : . ‘ “ U . H ■ i’ S /■’ f . (HOIU • 1 ’ “ en !* ’> inna -a -v, t ■. ■ . n i ‘h:'.rtfH<Hv>n<. . •%.. 30 COBT? . ’ ■ • :>• tk-’ twtr Ibe mnnev rr he m tL the i)h*M Ona-- t‘pi- mpstpr Os thr ; South. R’ Ol Sft'.w i-ir-'.’ ■ ■ ■ Art \v h Kw-m I deut, 4a\ G. sT¥t! tr I^4