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. Garden and Lawa Boilers,
one Kniea, Churns, fiotd-Scrspen,
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durability; closeness of cat; It never clogs will cot
all kinds of grass wet o' dry, lodged or standing,
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slant. neA com, to pass obstructions; low trice, Ac
Thta Machine baa been wfd for the psa re
ywrs throoftboot toe uoltte nt-ies, ra re rra
ain, and on the Continent, more exteaaively thsa
aay athar Moaer.and aaa gtroa aniTataai satiaiao-
mh.i..rnKube.a entered tor cmneUMia at
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. rum lamqaht l m wtats,
ii w:i nn uoiEr hair biessiii
i prBLIU K1UHI.
. Tua.na-.eiet of aU kissa of WI8S, Mma1a
Itee aslebrated -
.w.. . nSmblss eater, as e aery the fiosaal
hi . a aerv lam and baaaufai al
, ! , uatd lwwt a. tm i mi I'laln. nTom
iojs, for DtTJhi an4 EKAJLDo-iks laea.
Hk< front Pvt 4 BalMTlg,
1. erw-y irtyk. with aU hapreretoeam
arm of CUeia, mada boa rnaak itnral
Carted Hair iguaiaLiaia.) . .
Hem POSBLI aad TBITU BOWB,
by f be adeartraar, aajnal to taoas taaporM.
.adW 4rat. mads mto aay kind of Haad-DraH
ar liow witnont tajery to awltok, -
LAiMKii HslK IjS CssiJia la taa most arsTaB
rand mstriowaMe styles, -
afiTAD wurk warranted aa fstirm Mia
fcul aad VQhO IVAIfiS at aU hoan.
MONDAY, MAY 29,
VOL. XIX-NO. 128.
The Latest News
LAST NIGHT'S REPORT.
END OF THE WAR.
The lasi Bebel Araj Sttr
rendrretl. ' "
Centra! Canby Reports the
Sarrendei tf Klrhy SciUh.
r f - J - . . - - - i . -i
No More Fighting !
fcVlDEMK rod THK DEfESSE.
Continued Liberal Successes.
WASHINGTON NEWS ITEMS
Out-Ereas la tne 9ih Corps.
John C. Bwek'nrldge Re
The Pajment of the Troops
To commence Immediately.
Sleeting ol the Etbel Ms-
TUET WANT TO COME
INTO THK UfllON.
Political Prisoners Discharged.
GENERAL NEWS ITEMS.
KIRBY SMITH SURRENDERED.
Wl DirAETHUT, )
WlsBliOTCs-, May 27. J -
Major General Vix :
A despatch from General Can by, dated
ew Orleans, Ma tt, tlatea that arrange
ments for the iorreDder of the Confederate
forte id the tract Miatissippi Department
hare been concluded. They include the
men and material of the army end nary.
E. M. STANTON
RELEASE OF PRISONERS.
The following order baa jutt been issued
from the War Department :
That in all caaee of sentence by military
tribunal of imprisonment during the w.r.
sentence bo remitted and the prisoner dis
charged. The Adjutant-Gonered will issue imme
ately the neceesary instruction to earry
tbi order into effect.
By order of the President.
EDWIN M STANTON,
Secretary of War.
Associated Press Report.
WASHINGTON, May 28.
The principal poet office in Virginia,
Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, and
South Carolina, ere At prevent managed by
special agent. Mo appointment of poet-
muter will be made until poet road are
re wtttblUbed, and a auluble opportunity
occur for consulting the public interact
and wishe f the respective communilie
upon the eutiject.
It ia now tnougnt mat en tne wimeeies
in the coi ip racy trial will be examined
before Tburbday next, ana alter mat aay
the arguments will be commenced. These
w ll protmbly be In a wriuen lorm. jui
efl jrt will be rbvla to cloee the caee by the
eod of the Wet k.
Tbe corner store ot the monument At
the Soldier's National Cemetery at Gettys
burg, Fa., will be laid on the 4 Ji of July
next, with military and civic ceremonie
The oration ot tbe occasion wiu oe aenv-
eied by Major General O. O. Howard, late
commander of the Army of the Tennessee,
The provost cu.rd are arret ting to-day
thousand of tlragglors in this city and
sending tbem to camp. U(Ec3r absent
wnLout authority are required to repsrt
ihenuelvc at the proper quarter as under
arrect During the past rive day no lest
than 600 soldiers have bw n arrested and
lodged in tbe central guard house charged
with being drunk ana naving no piseee.
tienrly all of thi trouble is produced by
unprincipal person who have sold them
drugged or poisonous drinks that a better
opportunity may be offered to rob the sol
The late order of the War Department
that in all ctees of leniences by Military
Comn,i;tionB of imprisonment during the
war the sentence be remitted and tne pris
oner diachargnd, applies in part to a num
ber of deserter woo were sent to sue fry
Tortuga aa a punishment for crime. This
act ol clemency, by direction oi me rree
itient, was juet to our own citizen before
issuing an amnesty proclamation affecting
rebels recently in arms ag&init the United
States authoriili a.
VARIOUS ITEMS. NEW YORK, May 28.
Admiral "Wor-'en' riyinii r-quedron,
which ware stnt to captare the Stonewall,
and tubei ment)v declined to Krsisilian
Wftters. put idio Lbarieston on me lUbO.
Gov. Alaeralfi, oi ooutn tvaroiina, nas
mn awav from Columbia.
Theodore bancne was nrroiwa in nia
.. , -
room on iuji sweet, in una inj, i...
evening. The house was full of boarders
at tne lime.
The Herald' Washington Cef patch says
that General Sherman' report will be pub
lished next week by order ol trie War Jje
General Sberman will retain command
of the Division of the Mississippi, oompri
ins- Kentucky. Tennessee, Alabama Met-
ti tippi and Lou'Biana, with his headquAr
tar. Ht Cincinnati.
It is reported that General G. H. Thom
as ia nrdered to Waehineton to command
the Dnartment ol Virginia. General
Nuulmu ia ordered to remain at Wash
inot'in n ntil the arrivl of General Thoms
The Armv of the Tennessee will be or-
AnnA to LouUvilla and mustered out
General Ixrcan has refused a brigadier
generalship in tbe regular army, and will
retire to private me.
SALE OF 7-308.
PHILADELPHIA, May 28.
Jy Cooke& Co. report the
on Saturday to tbe 1 30 loan at $1,510,900.
ii larirnkt western fubecription were
50,000 from tbe 1st National Bank,
T,.ivillP. Kv.: .50.000 from the Uarns-
burg(Pa) National Bank ; $49,000 from
th. 'ia Natioi al Bttnk of Chicago. The
eastern subscription were from' the 1st
National Bank of Albany, $100 000; and
from the Montpelier ( V i ) national nsni,
nn Pfio There were 1057 individual snb-
icri'ptions. Totil eubscription during th
week, ai,7r4,'uu' -
GEN. SHERIDAN. ST . LOUIS, May 28.
Bnrl Pberidan arrived here jester-
day afternoon. He was met on tne op-
tvlt aide of the river by a delegation
citizen who gave him a warm welcome.
t?. Motived a serenade in the - evening
which wee participated in by a lai be crowd
of enthusiajuc peopie.
LOUISVILLE, May 28.
M jir General Tbema and Brenrutn
have arrived from Nashville.
The mad it repaired and train are run
NEW YORK, May 28.
7 The Herald' 'Washington ipecial says:
It is understood -that one (f the essential
conditions s i'l future amaeetles, pardon
and release from irnpriwBmerft f jr treason
will be the renunciation on- the part of the
applicant f-r clemency, of all right, title
and interest, pnsint or prospective, in
slave property. Mo pardon will hereof jut
bp granted Without such reLunCiUin.
"Durirg the last th ee months over 20,
OOO Union prisoner have been paroled at
Vsiata and Aikea landings on the James
river, over 10,000 from "Wilmington, and
fiom Ferdinanda .nod Jacksonville over
,3 010. ' Out of 35,000 returned Union pris
oners of wn, pa d eff daring the last three
months, not 1000 were of fie number taken
prisoner in 1833, and at least 600 of them
were paid Ji hospitals. , It io kaown that
owing to the suspension of exchanges dur
ing 1864, large number of jirisuners were
heal by the rebel. captured during tbe pre
viou yeir. Evidence elicited on the p -
ent trial of the assassination conspirator.
explain where they are.
UNION MEETINGS IN SOUTHERN CITIES.
The Herald' correspondent gives ac
counts ot Union meetings held recently at
various places in Alabama, Mississippi,
Louisiana and Florida.
At a meeting of the citizona held in the
Capital of Alabama, on the lO.h int, a
petition was prepared to be forwarded to
the President, praying hint eilhar to per
mit the rebel Governor to call the Legisla
ture, or appoint a Milit try Governor for
tbe relief of the people.
CHARLES, S C.
. The city of Charleston is fast recovering
accession to ite population in paroled rebel
older and former residents who fljd at
the approach of the National forces. A
majority of them are in utter poverty.
Tbe Belief Committees registry books in
Chtrleston contain tbe name of about fif
teen thousand person who have regularly
drawn weekly rations.
THE SIXTH CORPS.
On "Wednesday last the Sixth Corp
passed through Richmond, on its way from
Danville to Washington. The troops pre
sented a wan appearance. Their move
ment through the city occupied Be ma five
hoar. . ' .
The Times Raleigh corrtepoadent siy
that guerrillas are fairly st work in North
Carolina, although must strenuous efforts
re made to prevent their outrages. Lieu
tenant Colbbel l)ewes . and Lieutenant
Sinclair, and CShay, of the Third Penn
sylvania Cavalry, were attacked about five
miles from Fayetteville and oily four
mile Irom one of our cavalry poeU. Af
tir taking their money, watches and
horses 'the guerrillas released thorn. The
country has been thoroughly ecoured in
the vicinity, but no traces of tbe miscre
ant have been discovered. They are sup
posed to have been some of Johnston's
forces, who went home on their own re
ponaibilsty before the surrender.
Between sixty and seventy thousand
dollars in gold was recently diEcoveaod at
tbe Company shops ot .he Norm Carolina
railroad by some of our troops. It was
immediately confiscated by the soldiers of
the regiment who found it the 10th Ohio
Cavalry and the matter is now under
going aa investigation at hel quarters.
Tbe money belonged to the Bank of Com
merce, located at Newbern before the war.
CONTRACT WITH NEGROES.
Dr. J. T. Leach, a prominent Union mar.
of North Carolina hades contract with his
negroes to give them food and clothing as
before, and to pay them ten dollar per
month.. The result it that only a few have
RATIONS TO BE STOPPED.
General Schofield has issued an order
prohibiting the free distribution of rations
to the inhabitants after the last ol this
AFFAIRS IN TEXAS.
Tbe Herald's Matatnoras letter ays ;
Tbe breaking up of the rebal armios has
ruined the trade of Mat amor as and vicin
ity. . The f JI in cotton has rendered it un
profitable to transport it across Texas.
Tbe Libera's outside cf Mat&morat have
cut tff all stage and wagon lines to the
interior of Mexico.
Large quantitks of goods are being sold
, auction at one-fjurth and one-eighth
Saturday Night's Rport.
THE CONSPIRACY TRIAL.
WASHINGTON, May 27.
Trit prosecution csl'ed K. Kdiuoodti, of
Horilntrtcn. V nnont. wh" tosunrti tbt heltm
attorney, and hd ch-rgo for the United fitat of
ttl-t All irmiQ C uhjiuwfub, viom-
-t C. Cty and Snd-r wen in a lendanue on the
C- nrt, and inttmH to be oVfrad'-in of the riiia
for th ConVdrt tata. Th- witiee howo
nt-intwwl naner wh ch he be ienrd uhltantia.
W. if not mm act Codt of the orifrtnal wliirh he
bad M. This let er wa date4 at Ricbinotid.
JuoeVHh lW. ant i'frned by James a. i-eonon.
th. Thmt 8ecrtrY of War. nnd Ad-frrwed
Lientarant YoOnft. It In orined I he liitlnr that
mMi iti aoDointt-d lVr bo cial service, d direcud
aityj loreKrtto iDonitSJO ana i.iy "r untrue
ttova an aleo to eet twen'y esc p-d Coofrrter
ate aoldierfl for the execution of aa h eoterpriiee
M might be ntrosixl to him The original pper
vaa P OO' cca oy wis jooe on ' " u
o'onel Kevins of Onesaee. V. T testifl'd to
navinc-oca Atierott at thi Kirk wood tiuuso, on
th 12th of ADrll. 1h wax btween fooraud Are
o'e'o k In the at ernoon. The prie 'Her enquired of
andwaaintotmed by thewito'sa wnere in v ce
Pre dent rn m w-.i, ana ne poiaitu li'un1 ui
r -rmmp Witnr-ra did not k"Ow who Atzeroitwia
Btrhle name, out he Imimdiately recognized the
ai upon owing .mo this Cfurt.
After the evidence of Teaterda had bten read the
following witoea eawereol'cd for he pr-aecntion:
Ueorgtj r. am waTan examined ot juub nwi.
A m ounna lor at 1-w: hd charge of the matter for
tbe Guto nment of th I nite Btatea at the trial of
tde (t. A loan, rallera iu Canada ; Jacob Thomp-
aon,W. O. Cleary, O C. Clay, George M. Farden
ana omen wer engmgoi in wun r m v-i uirU.-.
rata ofneera, and were rc ppia- d by tbe raidera as
avch; they were here at diffrreDt times and Olersry
wat examined as a wHceea on th part of dfnd
aa a, im taNttr part of the cstae, dor ng which
be rrpree-Dted that the raldera wre engaged in the
Co federate serf ce and that the r d wa made
ner tha-nhrity or I be rebel ffoveran in.
The lbtlowinps' vt Wen Hied by the witnens
aa a copy of a document gifon in ridenca at the
trial of t itW: . . n - - -
(pOUFlDttEATl BTATR9 OF Am.BICA
Yl AM 1EPASTJIRIlT,
Eicbmoid, Vi., June 16, lSfii.
To Litaml Bauutt U. Youmg :
1 lewtenant von have ben ar!ointsd by tbe
Preeiftetit Finrt LteaUnant in the proiioi nl army
fo special service Yon will proreM to the British
provisc-, where yen w II report to MrNi
Thnnrion and Clf. Ton wil', nnder their direc'
4Mt. tk aewh oaf derate so dien, rarapd from
theertm, not aiotedin twenty, a d wi l ex-cn e
sneh entrpriea sa ma be entruvtel to yon. Take
ca e to oomwit no vto'at on of 'oral law, and obey
their infract ons. Yon Aid your ran will receive
from those g-nt emeu raneorwon aaa me cus
And com natation the for.
JAMES A. SEDDON.
,r j ; eJecretary of War.
TAungpro'd thH rlociim-nt a hit authority
x.Wm be ha e mvtitt d.
i Me. Holt state that eiaoeclraiog the c-a on the
partof te wovernmw
Cidnai nrison, he h-d dtsco ered an important
witoest, before at known, whom examinatt.n he
Ai mtanalsl Bfll fan IDjade. ....
v Nr. Swing taqnired which of the prisoners the
provoaea aaaiimony wuiuu avuob. .
Tn.Jiu1irw.t.H It r ferretl to Atssrott.
Mr. Dottier said be bad not ope ted tbe d-fenae for
After u, ana tne re 'ore wonia no object w .ue itr
Oeption of thetueiimony.
T ewitnea was i en caJted.
lotooel Wm. ltevtit, of Kew YrTk. tesHni-d
Ihu he was in Wablngea on tbe 12th of April,
and stopped at th Kirk wood Him -a
fool at tbe prison-re and see whetner ymi recog
nlz either as a pron whwin yon tan fn that htrase
Colonel Net ins Tht one. there (p iotlng tj
Atserott) I thii k h in tbe man
Htate nndr wh at ci reams tan ces yon met him, aa t
what ' u d.
Colonel Seviua H ad on a coat darker thsn
tht. As he w com n a ool, h ased nie whr
thi vie pre 14 nfs roolh wm. Tid bimnvice
- lre.Met t a ih n oat. There was nu one there
ex vht him and me H again asked me where bis
room was I id not know thenumbernf the itx-m,
and tnld hm he waa at d.uner. I pai-ed on ; he
looked If tb dining room. Do not Ecow wh -ther
he wen tin or not. 1 poiaiel ont tbe room to him ;
it was la view ; it w-ts In tbe passage oiog to tbe
dining ro m, b-tween that nd she stairs aa yoo. go
dwa to he dl -ins: r on. wbere the man mt t m
CrfM-examinatioo of Mr. 1 ster:
T thtLk this watj bnwe-n 4 and 5 o'clock, 'here
wat n- other proa at dinner bat the Vice Preei
entv. I ti gut eg awav, end was in a htrry. Th't
co venation took place in the passtge to the d:-nifig-r-om.
4 Did ttaepri on r look Into the din'ng-room ?
A. From the pa sace yoa oauool louK io-o it,
but bv g lag d wa a few (e s ca Sue In
Q. I under tood yoa to say he looked Into the
ami g roo a?
Aw I pulmed U the Vies President Mr Johnaoa,
ih was hit lor at tbe far eod, with A y ll w
looking e an bfhfnl him ; d n'tstt poe ov r thre
Bii-oUf wereoccttaled n the cottveretatlon ; ha e
Q4i-iht prl-ot-e- in-e null now, wat in a
harry wbeo I met him, eod am n t able, there
fore, -o ive a miutdecript1 n of bis dre-a. tie
had en low-orowned hat, b titia hiaom.tenaace
b which Ik ew him ,
By Jadgn Hull:
I r ctgnii-d Atsrt this m-wning ee omttig 1
to his pretence witboat his treiog pointed oat. -
dmtie Wrthlngvm, o ored ;
1 li at Dr. amael Mudd'tt ; have l'ed tbee-e
sioc- M jrday atct-r O ris m ; was a tlave before
the Preafd nt's procUm iion wat. -ead ; have n t
boea absent fr m Mndd's h nse since 1 w :ot th re
n-ttil 1 came he. Dering that tlm prisoner baa
been ah-ut f om the noune three differs tUrnee;
1st at Mr. Horsprty, where be stai4 late; 21
at Ori sboro, wbere he weal to buy hore s ; 3 I, at
W nhingtoo, raw er ne returned tbe day after.
44. liu oa see Hr.oia ani nco-nr
A 1 saw only one, the small one. standing at
the wioduw at d just a w him g dog in the direc
Hon of ihe swmp. I did rot soe Auld;aawthe
Doctor three or f.ar minutes .Herat the froot
A photoere, h of ooh was sh wn Ihe witoees,
bat he did noc rrcogoise i . on cross-examination
she t sMfl d that an Intertsl tf a wevk or two
took place bOtvteen the prltoaers departure from
Rt examination of J. IS. sinnd by llr. Ewing
Am acnuainted with the writiog of am Mudd :
r-c.gnimi his writing o a pae of the r giaiertf
the Pennsylvania Hotel in Washington, Friday,
Deo-m er iSl8o4. Knew Daniel G Ibomas ai th
witn ss for tbe prsecu'joa; his reput-tioa for
truth i4 pwr: do not think I could belijvo him au-
der o th.
Cross examined ry Jndr Fi-gbam Hase his tep-
utatin on peroial kiuwldgc Of myaalf And oth-
-ra ; thought be eon fl name a 0000 ottteis wbo
knew his had repuution. Be named Dr. Hood,
who had s-id the general character of Tnomaa for
truth ws bd aa late as two y era ago Tbe cir
cumstances which bioUKht f.Ttb this was the arrest
of a man namet Pavne, being arrested at tbe in
stance of Thomas for entertaining r'bel soldi-rs
Dr. George Madd was not t'e only man he had
heard assail the character oT Thoid as. Xlbn'tkuow
aa I can name aoy more
If yon can't n roe two mn who ass .lied It, how
do you conclude his r-pntation is b d ?
A. Weil HBSttu m iiu oaroa sv
By te Court My father and ibe prisoners fath-
am flrat cousins : are in imae friends, and met
frequent y ss they Hved in tbe same neigbboihood.
riy Mr. amei aiTcnuwinj neu onjiries
n the coantv whe e I lire; do not rtcolltctof them
s hav ng been wltnessea fn court.
B t Jude 14' nrham Never heard any one a tat rt
that Themes ever supported tne Go 'eminent or
an isfncrt of the toernmnt since me rebolho .
broke ont ; attt aware that several yonh 1 rnn from
the sistioiof rt. Onarlee county have goo. into the
rmh-l armv. ita. and maay left behind iheaa a
good deal of clamor aaimt thi fJo eminent and
io favor ol tne reuMa. nt-t .i-vpj gro k extent.
Q. That 1 the gt nrat report u it n ?
Well, vea st. 1 really d not know that u n wtu
hvespken ablest Thomas are of that cfasa who
bear a ge eral repotatitn of buing agiu,t thi
government Haven N' wedge of rebefa being
abetted there ly residents. Have asen a.eo iu
Bryanto-n, passing wno 1 wm 101a were rent's by
Mr. fcwmg. I regard D'.G Muddaa haviog Ixnu
throunhout the war as strong a Un on maa an any
in the Cniteul States. NVver h-etrd him ex pre the
..lightest avmpahy with tae rebellion. Ihiuk
tht re would be vry little tr oDle tn esCab'l-hing
tbef.ct. bis repaia ioi for loyalty trying g,Kd. .
Ry Jodgts Bi'igbam 1 h ve often heard h in say
eomettstng agaiast the rebellion.
U Jbir Diooe nr. 1 uumi iu ne was a eve eo-
tiv 1 th nk be cl imta to act under the order of
Coonel Hoi and, Provost a1ashl.
Benjamin W. tjw$nn. examined toy Mr. Ewmg
Fever atw Cap'-aln W hite, of Tt&nessea, Obtain
perry or Ueutenaut frrrv. Have not been in Or
Mudd'a houb since about the 1st o' Noetuler,
ItJUl. a tbie tiavI - with V brother A. ii.
Gwynn and J rry lr. About tins time General
Slcklwe came to ataryland arre tiog eTrrybody. 1
w.a t reateneu witn arr 1. a- u iii ijt at. unarita
OcuTity. atayirg with my menus there, as v-ry-brdy
else w-s doina. Tber w.a a good deal of inn
niog abv-ut tnai time
.in.itr. KiTiaham oHieted tb the witnoa- belne al-
IowkI to staU auy thing flit ther on thid point, aa it
Mr Ewtn said the prosecution bad shown that
parties of whom tin witness was one, bad beta
ro ceal d in the pine woods in the neithbor
hood Dr. Mndda-d his seiv.n's brought ti eir
m al to th m ; and h also attempted to show thi
they were in the rcooi a rvice aun tuat juuua was
suiliy of treason in attempting to cTte them,
th y wiih"d tr show the; the party was ana ter
thau stated and was not in tbo rebel service, and
that tbeconclio-nt w.a off-rel at another p ace.
Uen vi nT the adHcd this would bswj hbo'diog a
just tin of d-f De, and to refute to allow Dim to
relate in wno em ... ee -w imuuj ig
norant servants, wtMi d be meet a 1 'just.
Judge MDgt-am contended tnat there w a no ex-
CUf lor IPS anemi- -o mtn-iuct tnw temi.iiiivuj
it was propw t swrar t is witness aa to a a worr-
lMvt9, ao at 'O couiiti-rmc. ne c n.imony 01 j
Simiat, who had sworn to liaviug seen bim last
summer. To go farther was not jmt. If tins
course was pr i"ttd io And ef ry wl'uess aPed
in regard to IMAl w a to swear fals-, there wou d be
o power ia the uourt 10 pantsn tueui 1 r je jury,
r.tv the simnlo reafinn that no i-aue we lefore ihe
Court, either in evidence, or in charges, or envoi rt -cati-ms
whirh wou d support any invuiry about it.
The objec lonawere lustameu
The Court iheo took a r-ceM.
On resumiog the examination B. 1. Gwynne con-
Bv Mr. Cwlng. The party slept to a barn on
beddiag fnra'sbed hfrn Dr. Mudd'a b nse and the
meals were tu nutuen uy ur. mu'iu. ne rrmaiueu
foaf er five days I stopped part of the time at
Hadd'a he use and else w hate. We were In his
house nea ly every day ; onr hon-ee were at his
table, bet don't know wh allow d ft. I think
JnoH 'urratt was at Coilegs at that ttnin and
came to Wa-hington bout the 1st of November. I
gave myse f op, having ft tired of staying away,
toafc the oath ot allegiauce, and thes went home;
1 think the aald there were no charee agalns
me. Tbe party went to the vines o avoid being
1 rested ; almost everybody was being arrested la
onr ne'phtorbood and went down there; have not
teen turratt i-incein tt. Ch.rtts coauty. ( 4 ltness
here stated that ll was in Angnst n-t MoTemter e
went to the poi-l Andrew J. Gwynn s my
brother; be he be n South aloee that tims beaid
he waa In Prioce George county, during last win
ter bot 1 thuk he wert hoo'h in Au a , 1461.
Croas examination by Judge Ho t Understood
that th .trreets in l&ttl Were of persons saat ectod
of disloyaUve Ceveral of tr-e volunteer companies
whose member- were arrested were commissioned
by governor Hie s. I was Cspt-in of a company
of home guards to proie t the neighborhood At
tht time there waa a go d de 1 of disatfection.
Ihe companies Wer-organ iaed to stand by he State
n .iiv uialovU positi- n she might take. So I un-
dra ood it r'everal membera of the company were
arr sted and nnde-at ni g that t ere was a we -
i-Hut out f.r mv ar est I left Do not know what
nr Mtv'd'a scntimeou wtreat that time.
Br rr Ewing 1 waa Cept.ia of a company
.hirkvui.nr.uxed iii the all of 6 . '1 luck
we commenced to organize before the el-ction of
Mr. Lincoln, and wt e not lu iy rgamiwa unm al
ter we wore loc-ted ab ut 10 milts from Dr. Modd
IhiiikUr MuJd was a member of a o a teercom
pany gotten up ia Boydtown ; don't know posi
Jo ry Dyrs examined by Mr. Ew ng: live In
n.itimr: d'd live in Cne-les eoantv ; know Dr.
H. A. Ma 'Id ; Uvtrd about a mi eanJ a half from hia
house; left my reaidenctin r-aritacooniy 10 mmj,
two year aeo; was r-lsed in t barleacoun v i knoa
t-y IV Bier fcgiao ny idu iua vi , am un art-a .
ni ii. Mo dd: know hia broth r Frank.
o Do lou know Dick fiatdner or Lake
fl Anor t
A hot by 'bat nave; know Dick and Luke
Washing onfwh, 1 preaoue. aie the ones yon
u S ate wh-thir. in August, 1863 at the house
of arc need, Dr M.. nnder an oaa tre, wno 1 o
, w. n.r.Atinn with Walter Bourks. acoased
sail hew n d and Sylvester Klaa and frank and
other of his servants to Richmond.
A. INo ; i never baa sucn evaveraaioa wu uiu
In m life, and in Au.u-t wee not in tbe county
u.it m.tra she let dav of Ausust. slid re-
-.stintsl th r. ontll Oct br. when beuirg tliat
Borne of my hands no im, wen- uuwnwBni
abut carrying on th- farm Ab ot 30 or 40 hem's
ti left f e neighborhood about that time I nev
er heard Dr. aludd threaten to s-nd hia aerv nts to
Kubmond 1 ne'er me ur nuuu in t-.-mt-uy
with W Bowie- 1 ro oi'ectthat about two leura
ers agr, in hefU of ltni2 .r BprI' g of Gi, wh.n
some oue rude into th lane, I tnrne t an4 asked
who the waeia wae comioR. do raiu.
B yg Bowie; 1 wmder wnat h wnta here; aud
t roed aod went into the home, he atayed about
twoeours, got 8 me whi-lty, and went aay.
rton't rvcoli. ct whe hr Dr. M ndd was hre or not.
Myimprealn is that ha wat not tbe e at the
ihe.imeB.wlelelt I know A. Gwynn -. Be b-ta
b-en tn the rebel army a nee loot ; not . an lam
ritic-v nevormet rurr tt and Dr Blanoford at Dr.
Mud la; never eaw eurratt thre ; ouly time ever
saw su ratt was coming into Bryanlown two
tt ree yra ag; u rait hat tisteis at school there
at hat tiiu-sdidnot see hurratt drive a p to the
r sidncof Dr Aiudd a fath-r; inoa Mi'ofcimoas,
Hchel fpeoc-r, E.v.aa Waehingtoa, K.t fclgan
and Mary timmes w re a'l servauU of Dr. Muud
1 toutrht the woman Alviaa about lfltor 1861,
was at tn. Mui's house with B Gwynne
enteaiber1861. We Were in she nwghbotbood
atoutaweek. Mr.Gwynoeeaaio down aod aa
th.T had neen to tbe tooase tt arrert ue; atay-d
ab ot Dr. Mudd a, eleepiug In the pines eetweea
hi. h nse and b.1 et several sign-a; got onr era
clothugat aludd'e boaae. Wea n-ar Ma d
u h-hrno.ht onr meats: m times broashta
matt whUkv.se. aed asanv times ooff
aopnoai that the boy Milo took care of the bor-e
atthea eble, and that tra odest ehildr-n kept
watch for nt. aidiosi bwa. w ,m
1 a. a nt trmw ihvsi anT warrant for my
. s f,... known Daoiat J. Thorn a quite Inti
mately ai-r he waa boy- Very mw have
. ikAr, 1 would not belisre bun under
alwats regarded as a god citiaen a maa of peaee
1 aiways w nstdered ntu a aiud, nnatanea. a ter
neve- nfw auyrainto the oeotraxy axoepa Ala
lawi-iPi; nis 1 oy.
Kxamiaod bv Jadae Paltt
Doat know ai I ever heard TriomwJeHargsd with
swea'iag ijai.eiy, baa t&e-repata ion o a-i 1
te alv Toyat; don't know as to belig gntitv of
any a-t a ant tbe Government; nevtrr waated to
sethe Govern reout boaaaat have endeavored to
dissua e youog. mn from going Into tbs bout here
raj, nave no Kcowieage or toe &ninta or tn
Ge'dew iH le or Bona of Liiert. do not know as '.
have hoard of ai j mm of known loyaltf apeak of
iinmm a to o oeiieved nadroa'n; aon tano
at I rejoice t a' the -ucceas of the rehels at the ftst
Bnil Bttn; aappoe- my eynt avthles were with them
then; when tticame d wee taken my tjmpatstiies
were witn tne Luitea otaioj ,
B? Mr. Kwlng : '
Apokedf h uia repotailoa t r vean back ( ko
has not bad a giod one since ha waa a boy.
Were there any trn'y loyal men In your com
pany? Our company broke npat the eomm aeement of
the wa . and some went to Virginia aad joined the
oonti.ern armv. Tboee who did eot go were made
to take tne oath of allegiance ana held by tneuov-
ernment as members of tits aval orKanisatioaa
uinief 1 nomas waa candidate lor a home aui trale
jy ai r. i.wiDg -1 hink he waa not nonuaated by
aty couve t on; aaw bis aameia a yapec.
re-.uk nashtrgton. colored, examined bv Mr.
Stone Lived last year at Doctor aludd s; wa
hired; w a p!onKh-mn; did not know a-enjamln
nor Andrew Gwynn; dd not see aoy one camp near
thespriug; Peter sw any strange hor-es to the
st-b e; w about th netghborhoo 1 f trie springs
a good deal ; took meala in Mod i'a kitchen ; knew
Matry biraut s: be wae never known to tell the
truta ; would not believe hr n -der oath Do tor
Mudd treated his servant! prettv welt. NeTvr saw
John H. rurrnut; only .Iveu at Ar Mnda'a Itvt
smboi ; have liv-d there tbi y.ar ; never aaw fer
ns or Graynus at Ir Mudd s
Cm ex -mined bv Jedtte Holt Was at ll -me on
tbe SM.yHi.ter ihe aeasein tton, and took thehoraae
of to m-ro wno came to Dr Hudd'a Just at dy
br ak ; ot m g'impee of oae of thetn
bv tolonel Burnett voj ay there has bees no
hot era cr siraiig-rs at Dr. Madd's within the Isut
A. no Bie.
0 D 50a n collect ee'ing any hires in the
tmble next osvy at-er the Prsaidtnt was killed ?
Q Were foa in the stable that day 7
l WLo ttd tbe bo-aea that day ?
a. I id. laughter j
Q. Where did you f.ed them!1
A. In 'be stable
u. w navt hv sea did yea feed ?
A. I fed two stray Lory that came there abiwt
il uat wat the oolorof the ho see 7
A. Que was a dark bay ana the other waa a dark
l. Did yon fe d thm againatnoon?
a. No ibej wt re gone . -t - ,
H Which one was gone? ,
A. The bay vae.
U. Wbica one of Dr. Hadd'a horses waa goae T
A. The gray on. .
Q. Did y u lekd him out for tbe Djctor ? "
A. Y-s sir.
o Did uas little wan Hart-old ride with the
doc 10 1
A. dm t know.
tj Do yon kaow what time he came back.
A. I do not know. ,
u. What tuns waa it when yoa went to the
Etoon after 1 hail fed the norms, and came
bacA: abtat .undo n th hoi sea were gone at that
Q Were both the noiaos roan and bay ?
Q l uoderataad yoa to ey yea simp y have no
kbowtede as to whtfUic-r ajiy persona were in the
aoois or nt "
A. Mo sir
Kl Yea simply knew nothing about It 7
A. fifo ir.
O. (Bt tbe Court What Is the name of this
other ma a, who knows Mary AUnmea ?
A. -bis name is bap.
U (Ky Atr. tou. Is this man Bap. or Baptist,
at w k -t lr. MimJ if
A. No ho la not working tnere mis year, tie is
acrpenLr aid w riitgabjut. He a a not work-
cd at Dr. nuud a more maa a wuea.
Q (Hv tl'-oourt ) What wages do yoa get r
A. ttneP'lftr ewd fifty cents a day.
Q. Aad oiiitHbutg extra for this job!
A. 1 do not kuow.
Q. Wat nothisg said to you about that 1
A. Not hi g that t know of.
Q Don )ouxpae tomeihing for thU Job?
a. I Uou t know, nr.
Mr. Btme-D.d you know Walter Bowie?
A. fo.Mr. ... '
o Didvtutteea man c alied by that naiUr a; Dr.
Mudd's h usu last jaarT
No, sir. The Ci tiimon 1.11k CI oiary oinimona
hat she wae not t uiufui. Jioeae arwnisod
me aay hit g for m - testimouy
Bai'tint wathiug on (cnio a,t fstineu tusi ne
lived at Dr Mudd s about nine won ha lat year,
Don t kn w Ba nor Andre tiwiari , neer aaw
Capiaia WLite P?rry nor the Gwyut-s a Modus.
did not know of any pe s ns seeping Hear tbe
spr ng la t a-mais ; netsr keew of ee borees te-
uK kep. tu tne statue in atom do. i"ins souie
p ace ; uever Km w any (ne io put amu cuuuuv vm
IX y rj CIDIIU'JOB, ' Wuu aa - muem
t it ; did not know jwio oor ai. .. .
Albion Drooaa teatiiied. V. sLtied Uat year at
thehoor.ol Dr AHni ; w.t ta in Juuar.
itvu : 4 duo a-GpTala wnite or r rry tnr ;
anw Ueo.ebd Andiew Gn etare lst year; aaw
John H Hurratsth elaeiyear; did not knew ef
auv Gortons keeping In tbew.oiBor oa the Caret ;
old not seeany etraoKe noiaw a. mt awtavw, utra
witbJetrv Dterlj lb'ii 1 saew f Dyer, Bea. m4
Andre Gwynne s eeplogia the swamp ia Ibol, hare
not aeea Aui.ew Gwy. n since
OrteBwlkuri d tUun lDtd jni ourr w, m puw
gr.ph; saw k m in fl oe ueor.e county, iaes
AuLruai. anous Bfii uiUs from MttUVs never
is roj'b ( Mudil'i.
J rry Dv-rre exam'nea.
Id- ntiiud- hu ra t's pxtare; aay hia about two
yaars ago. r mudd s ooi-eis nearer tue r
nt 1 nan tne r jijidbo. t wmi wntiuvm
years ao. Irom wnete 1 aaa wWiwiwrwoiiu.j.
i have not Oeea aero-a we ruivmnumm
1 do not bo ong to any s cret ocety. X -m do ng
ecomm saioa L-u.Uea ,ii Balmuore, aeluag to
wm L. 00 w "an 01 n-tw, kuu w.
ha Anew B.oJh ; that Voo h came to At.ysntewn
buy lend atndd said hiiwjstjr aaie. aba tree -
t wi h the parti -a to a 1 it.
Geo rite Bolts, color d set rant of Dr. Mned :
1 ..w Uu.il kaster ea urdav eve-iua coming
from Krautow , on ihe toad irom Bryantown to
ht swam p ; It was s or o mora, aaa oe waa -o
auu uiers pmoj on mm wmi.;
Mn-la wiarldini nt hia or oat gait; that
wa 41 aid's a oat rtn e 10 fry an town. Us ipoae
me and asked where I had tKen
Ou cioh exmiallin U11. Wltbt-ss eaa ne torn
bim he bed e-ea in th.sw.mp tskiog ear. of lore.
Tuie coovec.alton was about a en le from tlryen
to.u Moda w.s oa but bay nuey. witDMeaa
mltted tost he con d not Me all over th. .wamp,
and tbnre might beve been a person there, off bis
hure. euo witn not B able to see bim
Mar. J. elaa. tt.un.ea: 1.1V a .lis B.mu.1
Madd. Heu n-t .tsid awsy over taise
uo-tas In . year. Sh. u.d a lht aaqmelntanoe
with U.yea ana knew Andrew uwyae aaa ueorge
Gwyau and John B-nrratt well. Hoe never saw aa.
o tn-m.t s usd s iset year. Aeeer h ar of any
ooeiaiug ia tue wood, and beiug f,d fro-m the
Aoues. ' . , , , . M
. . unwell ot virmeia. lestinra oe anew mrm.
Surratl; b.d be-.-st ber bous. at llr-nsiils and
In WasliiuKton; tn.ni.-n " "
at the W .hirgioah a.etl.e Sanaa did lot re-
,-,u him lid he .nokel witn s knew Weic
lemaned at mrs. ourran s iwv u.i., wru.
vt.it- h.d no buinet ; w m short of money did
notri to a hotel; kow-d Wttc 'man bow ..U.S.
. ...i.r.n,l oald tell the cipher if be new It;
witm-.. hi a convt,r..tion with Weicbmeo about
ta. , ,. ir v.,., ti, he .anted to E. waeud to pet a
pi ce tbeie; Mid bi. s mpalbles were wi b the
6 am inuiiM ujue .11 -
AM.Itt.nt Jurtso aarocaio did ii vujmvu w
1 this and tbonxht it a burlesque oa jostle
t. inii.t .uH'jiiaed mm.
WitaeM did Dot ieera l aer treasoDsble plot
hi . si en rett's: Burratt botst gee witaeM a
nfM.e for Riobmond; Wicbm.a gar. witness
full returns of tbe numbers of prs nsrs ti. I nited
bt-ues b.d, sn-i ,id be b.d suhstitistofy docu.
nientsin his orlice.
iiirai. t'l im u.. '
...mi..oAn eM itrM. nid he tnw
Sacra t, but he n-ver eucomp.nied wilnee. to Bleb -
nwud. ttnM. nea um u u ,j ,,.u.B .....
1... ,..,- hu P.I-.I arm, ii 1.11 m.ae .no. w diui
be., ihere twiee since tne let of Ap H a year age.
i 11--.-. i-.r -,,n Ketu-narv: there luiebt have btavn
suuie p-utlcnien with m; ciossed ibe llns ia
WvntHtoreieni counij, 31.17 - - - j
eompanta tr " P -
went a:aiu in December to buy som. drsfu;
-Lifted 10 savins; on whom, not winning w
r'r."r.r7ih.aocarh.v r. m.7,0.
fri-n sis ITince tjaorije ccnniy i "r c-.ii.
sfuniAtrhes. 1 hevevl.itcd enrratt s twice, i wees
becatae acqnainted with them We'rhmaa asked If
a MirhnuiKI sa. DO 11 a OKI a uv-otm a tn two,
1 ihfiui'nt 1 con a ae. Dim p ace, an ura uw
etm tn t him a place 1 anppoe Deaaaef-
B'od that 1 waa in KKhanoaa mrm my conversa
tion in na room, in Mrs. curran. s ouuea a nwy
I,... tmiied with Burratt aiso. 1 can't aay posi
tively. Werfhtnen knew that I hd been Uere.
Thi. has btea ut busine a for a var aad a nail-
Kl Did joii ao an j -tans u JMUl
' . wr. - i i .nu. .sin. m llttltt Im Vlr
a ny i pi'o u -i-
war Kuuwn oy Bj irieB- "r -
it.. -m -miii-ii tienc-r. sv nane is A. D.
u ii ',. u m fur Hoeocer. Borne of
friends eared me fpencer. 1 went by the aanjaof
Hrwr.ii wi en ntnnmic tne dwcm. a w- sria
: H.-a. I f-MlTle-ni rlT DM WOO W"BI W lt-
mo ilwitameio Sebrnarj, nsmea n-wi '
IC iipm --n . , , .
.. fr...., i ri' I nrttv i.iis uoru iiuwutw n
urrett's Uou.- i mt htT in a hington la b.btb-
-I .inl m-n.MW.V IU BICABODO
-... fi.wt tn e'etnioreUndooentv. In Vebrna-y
.ii. .a tla at eur.aiva; sue w.n. w ...
e u ; mot htf ag.ia at burrau'a In a baggy
..nrt. j n. can-ait . iiircu
MnprMtt'. bOQSe ' t.O d.VS Slid B n.ll ; OOH
i 1. -n. n,nVMHtlM W1IB mrs. rami
atwot Kicbuioitd; tut tn. Hteder in Kicbmoad
iMt Fei.ru.iji don't know whether .be went there
direct vi h eorralt; dou'tkow what her Basins
-.le klrhDoii-: cldn'tse. P.1B4 at ttmatt'a
i,... m, n A. sen tt and Dr. Madd ther.; hsv. knows
lr. Modd .or a io tlm.. Was la bla bona, some
year eo. Staid only an -boar
hiMiw now lone .1 '.r I w.a. w imib.iimi.
bon'nt on. dr.lt for Mrs. Merrtstt oa bis brother
fr o e from a yonng man oa bis mother
lib Ihtok I paid ss two la Coof aerate meeey
for $100. Mover bron"t any drafts tothU J cdty
f srv . L . . . a. . .11
en-olleotea ones, siever imu w w
n. Sir twine 1
Have seen fr. lfudd about Bryaatowa ;
thi ok I have been tn his hon a any time sine,
war. - .,. -. - 'rt
linn't ihuik there was any Other p.-son preMnt
KiiuoDnmn nvvor u-.t
a quarrel on aotoutt sf taloa asntunuu, ,
Q. Don't yon know as a fact that Weichaaan waa
picking ont of von boot yo.tr iiu to Kiebmond ;
that he was trying to And out your objects ?
A If he did he did not snoceed (uughter.)
Weichmn atated that hv had d ne all h- could
for the -oath ; can't recollect the exact words
Tne Court, bore aajonrued Uil eleven a'dock Hon-d-y.
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. NEW YORK, May 27.
ThvCommoroiAl's Army of th Potomac
oorrespubflent tays thero ia, trouble iu the
army, i no men toiD k it a great hardaaip
to oeoraerea ior loar noaro ariuerery any
when they are ao boo a to ba mustered ont
of the service. They oano plain of the hnrd-
DLfta of their officers. Ammanition has
been taken away from them to avoid aerioos
troa bid. An outbreak occurred in the 9th
Corpa. A regiment of regular to quell it.
but were to hard by the volunteers that they
were ooiigea to return.
The Commercial's Washington special
says the demonstrative indignation of Jeff.
Davis on beinr placed on army rations was
the etuse of his being placed in irons.
The conservative delegation from iNorth
Carolina is now using its influence to secure
tne observance ol tne old Slate laws in toe
lection for the formation of tbe new State
government . This view will probably
be sustained by President Johnson, who
doubts the authority of tbe Federal Gov
ernment to ittterfere witb States previous to
Other 2soTth Carolina delegations . are
demanding suffrage for the colored men.
Bherman's soldiers are feted by the citi
aen a who freely open their houses to the ox.
T here is reason to believe that John U.
Breckeeridge is one of the party captured
lond ariL Tne Aictjnliougn named is
believed to the man who prepared combus
tibles with which to burn the cities of the
The Post's special tays the TJ. S. District
Attorney has notified the proper authori
ties that the Circuit Court is ready to pro
ceed with tbe trial of Jeff. Davis on the in
The Treasury Department has ample
funds, and the payment of the army will
The goverment has knowledge that the
spirit of tbe rebellion is not entirely van
quished, and that it will be necessary in
many parts of the South to maintain mili
tary power lor some time.
bheridan will not need to take troops
f-Dm this section to enable him to subdue
Devon Tuckers tamuy arrived here
from Richmond on their way north, but
were sent back under guard.
The Commercial s special says tne gov
ernment expects to haye railroad commu
nication with Montgomery erelong byway
of Salisbury, Columbia, Augusta and At
lanta. The guerrillas do not interfere with the
navigation of the Alabama river.
Bheridan will nave command 01 ov.uuu
w8 learn that a fresh uprising tf the Im
perialists has taken place at Matamoraa.
Cor ti nas has 760 American soldiers, and the
number is daily increasing by desertions
from Magruder and Smith.
The xprees notes tne arrival nere 01
Samuel D. Hall, of Masaacht. setts, con
scripted into the rebel army in 1661 and
serving in the Texan Ranger, a part of
the time as Megruder's aid. Up to six or
seven weeks since, when he made up his
mind to escape into .Mexico with sixty or
seventy of his comrades. Before leaving
he exchanged Siuou or tjonieerato money
for $20 in gold, while his compan
ions were paying $100 in Confederate
money for a pounu of tobacco.
Hall tells that Sam Houston, under
whom he served in 1861, was a true Union
an at the time of his death and bo lore.
The rebellion so preyed on bis mind as to
hasten his death, and especially the fact
that his son was one of the chief rebels.
Oaneral Matrrudei s army is not large
he thinks H.000 or thereabouts, and a very
few of these are artillery or regulars, tne
rest are known as rangers, and are general
ly a very rough set of boys. They don't
like the Franc q nor the French government
Mexico, giving as a reason tnat tne
French did not take part with them against
the Union- Many ol these leilows wUl fly
ia Mexico when the Union army rcacnes
Texas, and take part with the Mexicans.
Many ot tne southern negruoa two iu ju-cai-
Maaruder Is reported as a coarse, nara
maa with bad habits, and has made a good
thing of it shipping large quantities ot cot
ton to Havana and 8pain on his own ac
count. He has reached Xiew ur leans irom
Matamoraa in a Spanish, vessel.
There are still large quantities 01 cotton
oa the Bio Grande, and it daily hnda its
way into Mexico. , . .
A most destructive fire occurred this af
ternoon in Msson's Factory, whicb resulted
in the total destruction of tne building and
contents. Eight persons employed on the
premises were injured, some 01 tnero, seri
ously. Loss over 0,000.
TRIAL OF A YELLOW FEVER CIRCULATOR.
tbatA awav. ,.
NEW YORK, May 27.
I .atiot) has been sent up to the Attorney
to I ?, (nr trj-i -1 the Assizes.
Th TTalifar San and Advertiser ol the
toih h.a Lha followinfi? relative to the trial
of an alleged accomplice of Blackburn, and
also a few facts ia relation to that villain 1
Th ran of Swan, an alleged accomplice
rtf Riakburn. after strict judicial inveeti-
VEUVI f - . , , J
Swan remains in cuatouy untu iiuerasou
on bail. A, . ,
Every honest paper execrates tne inter
nal malice which devised the dastardly
scheme, and the Canadian press denounce
LL. ..A hall, ah s.TilttAr ' "The
DiacButtru a i r
.L..t villain nnhunff' and so on.
n . - .- hA eawi.tS.l- Of the
we are sorry w aw -
Unionist, in a paragraph this morning, at
tempt to defend vnia fellow. It well
known m tois city uu
u-,r.n4. h ho ted of his intention to
destroy tbe Yankees en. nassc by introduc-
10c lever idvo nuruiw. 6-
of infected EarlueiilB and buspilal
ofoUiuig, and J wa are toll by ihia organ
rani the suspicioa. we oeg w ay sua. me
Halifax antecedents are neither manly nor
.11 bred, la fact, ne nowea mins.ii
be an insolent brawler and pistol-carrying
. 11- nnt .-iiii nnt eiv. aim full credit
for , y,, .owenlly truoulenceoi a nauve,
-nM.mui and malignant to the last de
CAIRO, May 27.
The Tfew Orleans Times Braaoa corret-
I --- , . . .. .
I pondem, under aai. 01 too i y.
I ;ne Liberal force which captured Monter-
I uw M 7 eon .tmnir. (ittneral Aeerette alter
1 oopying the place levied forced loans of
. . - . . thousand dollars ol specie.
i . . ... , i .
,lfitn'MIB1"?,F,a,r Tw wounded
al Vectoriano Lepado Fiarro wat wounded
I j-lnli gbt Cortinaacaplured fifty thou-
V,7. Tc.,-tte waa attacking Matamo-
n, on the 29th nit., the reoel General
I ni.(rhtr furtlUed the lelt nana Ol ml ikto
nd cp.u.a .ry " P-
I h it trAnrtl Lil ESflD hilCIU UVU KVuik 4wt
Guerrilla attempted to kidnap the Em
prees from the city of Mexico.
The unpopularity of Maximilian i till
confirm. , ,.
The interior of A ixaa ia tommy uiui
telegraph line is to be constructed from
a.n A Atsinio and Austin to Mataniora.
Th. French aad fioglisn war vessel on
th. R o Grand, joined th. United State
(loop Oneida m firing half-hoar gun, ia
memory ol rrosiaost umcuiu.
NEW YORK, May 27.
T.ientenant Holli, commanding a de-
1 taahmant ftTstwaJlwl A1 W HI I lUtj ui ail V . uaAtA7j
i.ehm.ntofeihe2d Floridacavalry, nnder
.rcapelabto, May Wth, repor- hav
n. ..ntnrl a boat on the 17 .h off the bay
of Fort Florida, containing seven vrnits
men and a negro endeavoring to escape
H.nL Th. white men gave tne ioi-
lowine name. Frank P. Anderson, Rich
ard 8. McCulloch, Frederick M. Ohlen,
D.er. M McCormick. Julius C. Pratt, T.
A . Harris. Isaac A. Horner. Their trunk
contained eonaiderable rebel currency ,some
gold and a lew paper, iney unaouoteouy
had been holding important positions
Richmond, which place iney acuowieugea
to hav. recently left. The colored man say
- J . , . .
he hired at ten dollar a day and hit freo-
om on urival at Havana, to guide them
from Tallahasaee. Their conduct leada
h were man of iome lm.
ortanee, d th. , name. ar. andonbtedly
I m a. i Ytl & 1a ear i wa Alt tn fti vtmiw tt ti It. A
ncsitioua. la.i m.i.mw. ..
LOUISVILLE, May 27.
Mail eommnnieatioB between her.
I m.. i. nnw Mtahlished with
o.",,,. 0f Uj. miUttrT diTJioa
- - . ... ..
MEMPHIS, May 26.
Telegraphic eommatucauoa ia of-e. to
General Forrest i oa hit plantation near
Jackson adeioea state that the rebel Leg
islature met there on the 10th, as instructed
by Governor Clark, and appointed Judge
Sharkey, Fisher and tireig.a a commute,
to 40 to Wa hirgton and confer with the
President on the subject of calling a con
vention with a v ew to restoring Mississippi
to the Uoica. Th. Jjegiaiatur. adjourned
the sam. day.
Tne Bulletin' New Orleaes special aay
Generals Price. Barkner and Brent, and
nine ttarT officers arrived to-day at com
missioners from Ktrb Smith to negotiate
with General Canby the term of surrender.
Price, Buckner and D'Ck Taylor, on the
ert of the rebels, ana 6eaersis Canby and
erron had a consultation, th. reault of
which ia reported to be the surreoder of all
the rebels in the Trana-Miaeiippi Depart
ment on th. same terms at those effected
with Johnston and Taylor
FROM CAIRO AND BELOW.
CAIRO, May 27.
The New Orlean Timet, or the ltd aay
that the gunboat Little Babe! arrived yes
terday, from th. month of th. Bad River,
with despatch, from Lieutenant - Com
mander foster and Kuby Smith for Major
Ueneral Canby. '
The rebel flag -of true, boat Chaanpicm
broug ht the Federal offlc er Colonel Spraf a.
and Major Bandy from Bhreveport, on th.
Colonel Julian E. Bryant, nephew of Wm.
C Bryant, wa recently drowned while
Three hundred and forty baloa of cotton
passed here for St. Louis and upward oi
one thousand for Cincinnati.
Major-General Wilson ordered all th.
Confederate States' horses, moles, harness,
wagont and leather not required for the nse
of the cavalry corpt to be turned over to
Colonel Foster, Quarter maa ter-General, to
be distributed among the poor peopl. as a
loan from the United State, but returnable
whenever called for by the proper authori
General Beauregard and itaff arrived at
New Orlean on the 21st.
FROM FORT SMITH.
FORT SMITH, May 27.
Rebel deserter and escaped prisoner of
the 82d Iowa Regiment, just arrived from
Texas, report that th. Federal prisone.
confined at Tyler, Texaa, are allowed to es
cape in large number, the guard laying
when they are all gone they will have noth
ing to do, and then can go home. '
The enlisted men ia th. rebel army are
unwilling to fight any longer, and do not
respond to Kirby Smith's proclamation.
Tbey acknowledge themaelvea whipped,
and are aaxiout for peace.
The surrender of the rebels east of th.
Mississippi waa not credited at first, but it
is now generally believed.
General Ruasey ia now negotiating with
the rebel officers ot western Arkan.aa for
the surrender of their command. Quit, a
number have already come in, and other
will doubtlea (Jo ao. Guerrilla hav. ceased
molesting boats and telegraph wirae.
BOSTON, May 27.
great Handel A Hayden musical fes
tival, which haa been in progreat during
th. week, hat proved a complete success,
attracting large and delighted audiences,
AU the aeata in Music Hall have been taken
for " Elijah " to-night, and also for " Mes
siah," which will close th. Festival oa
Sunday night. The prooeedt will sbow a
handsome net income, one-balf of which
goes to Christian and Sanitary Ooanutsion
FROM ST. LOUIS.
ST. LOUIS, May 27.
Th. New Orleant Picayune ef the Slit,
learnt from rebel source, that th. trane
MisBiseisaippi army will toon surrender or
be disbanded. In the absence of th. large
Federal fore, pressing them, th. latter
coarse will probably be puraued.
NEW YORK, May 27.
Gold it quiet bat firm, under th. expecta
tion of a continued heavy demand for ex
portation. Th. exports bv to-day's steamer
sailing for Europe ia l,781,v. Th. ex
port, from this port this week ar. about
$2,080,000. The price opened this morning
a 1362, touched 13, and went up again to
BOSTON, May 27.
The extensive furniture establishment
Willard, Everett k Co., in Bouth Dedham
waa destroyed by fire yesterday, including
. greeA amount of lumber piled in aloe.
vicinity- l-otu is estimates al lJf,uog.
Insured for $130,000.
PHILADELPHIA, May 27.
Tie. TT.nrv McMartrre. lat. . Profeaaor of
anatomy m tne general mi. wuwav,
city, died vea ter day afurnoon, aged 7
yeara. Dr. lie Martyr, waa highly ee teemed
both by th. profession and public
NEW YORK, May 27.
Railway speculation dull and heavy, at
the Stock Exchange thi morning and th.
market lower, especially on Western share.
The Bears hammered th. list throughout
call, and Bailor option, were put out freely
at a difference of 3t per cent, for sixty
dav. principally on Beading, Michigsm
Southern, Cleveland At I'ltisDurg ana
Northwestern, and continued slack. Oat-
side order to purchase and transaction are
on a very moderate scale.
Government! dull but tedy with very
Stat. Bonds, Bank Share, and Railway
Mortgage ar. firmly held and the offering
Gold room quiet to-day and rjaavuations
small. Th. excitement over th. demand for
export appears to hav. patted away.
Th. Secretary of the Treasury it drawing
freely from th. open National banks of thit
eitr. which haa resulted in th. partial call
ing in of coin and mora inquiry for money.
Th. prevailing rate it 5 par cent, with A
tendency to higher quotation.
Petroleum Stocks are steady to day with
fair transaction. Bachanan x arm, iu
Cherry Run, 51 ; Excelsior, 41 ; Empire
Citv. 250: Rynd Farm, 210; Ttck, 13
TT oited State. lS3t ; inv. JBUiee, iw
Webtter, 81. ' .
Th. Petroleum market cloatt quiet but
firm. Crude, 353S; refined 49S0
VIBKLT AtrOBT OT IHt WEOLtSALI KAXXR.
The Post hat the following weekly report
of the whole!, market :
Flonr in very active demand, chieny in
peculation. Price, hav. advanced aoout
soc per barreL Th. wheat market el oae.
heavy, and with very lew ouywa, wwng w
the limited arrival- 'Wheat hat advanced
about lie, which hat checked all export!
and most of th. military demand. Com
advanced 10al5o, at which rates th. market
closed dulL Oat !hav. rapidly fluctuated.
The demand it active, but th. tpacalativ.
trade hat bought apanngly, expecting
inline, owinsr to anticipated arrivals. At
th. clot. th. market it heavy. Pork hat
been pressed in the market for future de
livery. Large tale are mad. for th. nm-
mer month at 2122 for J an. ana J aiy de
livery. Beef has ruled dull, and prioea axe
omewhat lower. Cut meats aad bacon
lav. declined and told very tlew ly. L
- a j
under th. ngnt arrivals sm mr
exchange, hat improved "ghUy,
cloaet firmer. Whisky ht flB0tB4ktott ra.
joiy. x-ariy i. w."t ther. waa a strong
disposition to toil, holders and buyers
showing a want of confidence, for fear
might b. Mixed by th. g ov.rflm.nt. Sine.
Thursday a better feeling hat piwvaUed,
aad price aJvanoed XJalSo per gallon.
tt mot. ia it much higher.
Zh dry gooo trad, hat I., rather
lOlBiLi Jjwj BlJii'.1
daring' ti. past week, bat tier. U BOJ
ehang. ef any moment ia price. Th
ttock of domes tie fabric it aecumalating.
and th.topplyof foreign goods unutuaily
Ught, ' ' '
Th. Herald' special mentioning the at
tempt to assassinate General Duval at Btana-.
ton aays he wat just bidding farewell to a,
lady whom he had been visiting when th
door int. th. back yard wat opened, and
jutt aa h. waa tbaking band with th. lady
a shot wat fired and th. ball pasted bewett
therm fortunately hitting neither of them.
Search waa mad. bat tn. miscreant, had
Had. Such waa the feeling among th. sol
dier that If th. shot had taken effect thm
town would hav. been destroyed.
eonsin.and Lieutenant Colonel Heckenroop-,
er of Ohio, of th. staff of th. lata Major;
General McPheraon, are Brevet BrigaditC
- Major General John A. Sawlint, of Gen
eral Grant's ttaff, wat honored at hia reai
dsaos in Geoxgetown by an un.xp.cted visit
and serenade from a portion of th. Army of
Th. Tribune Washington special aayts
Captain 0 0. Olell, of Major-General
Blair's staff, hat lately received the promo
tion a Lieutenant Colonelcy and remain.
Assistant Adjutant General of th. 17Ux
- Captain J. D. Degree., of Maor-GenrnZ
Mower ttaff, it mad. Major and Aidt-d.
Camp. 1 j
. FHxhngh Lee
andria yettetday. He says he do, not in
tend to recognise any former friendt who
did not take part with the Bouth.
The proclamation queation it understood
to hav been up in th. Cabinet meeting to
day. The delay in issuing it i consequent
upon the Executive determination to hava
ft at perfect as possible in detail.
THE PROCLAMATION. COMMENTS ON THE REVIEW.
' A Earopeea Minister, himself a veteran
officer, remarked yesterday that thit waa
th. greatest display he had ever Been
Another high European authority said that;
in a review of thit extent, across th. water,
th. uniforms of th. officers would hav
been finer, but those of the men would hart)
been far inferior.
AFFAIRS IN LOUDON AND FAIRFAX COUNTIES,
Th. Times ipecial say: Loyal refugee.
who hav. returned to London and Fairfax
counties, Virginia, ttate that th. guerrilla.
hav. entirely abandoned that section, and
that th. Inhabitant are resuming their ba
sinet unmolested. Th. farmers are putting;
in crop and a number of Northern men
hav. invested in land with a view to its
immediate occupation. A few cases of
horse stealing have occurred, but, with thi.
exception, the country i at quiet aa before
- Major General Sheridan will establish hia
headquarters at Baton Kongo for a short
time, daring the organisation of hia army
for Texaa. The material for aa army ia
list department include the infantry corps
of Generals Steele, Granger and A. J.Smith,
and large force of cavalry, all in the finest
condition. General Merritt will doubtless
be assigned to the command of a cavalry
corps, with Generals Custer, Lee and Wil
ton a division commanders. Three corp.
are also auderstood to be on th. way to that
department from other point.
KIRBY SMITH'S ARMY.
Th. armies of Kirby Smith and Magru
der are reported to be quit, formidable,
probably 80,000 man, and are said to be well
supplied with provisions and muni' ion of
THE REBEL GENERAL JOHNSON.
The rebel General Edward Johnson, whet
waa captured at Nashville, in December
tat, has been brought to this city from
Fort Warren, and will appear at a witnesa
on th. defense before the Committe. try
ing th. conspirator.
It i said that seversl officere of hit stall
have also been summoned.
CLOSING OF DOGGERIES.
Thousand of oldier ar. rambling in this
eity and neighborhood. In view of thit
fact, General Auger, commander of tn.
Department of Washington, has issued an.
order that all bar rooms and placet where
intoxicating liquor ar. told, be closed be
tween th. hour of even o'clock ia tho
evening and seven in th. morning.
PAYMENT OF SOLDIERS.
Th. payment of troops will probably ba
commenced next week.
TRIAL OF THE CONSPIRATORS.
Th. defense called several witness o to
impeach th. veracity of torn, of those who
ha,v testified againtt Dr. Mudd, and to es
tablish th. fact that the Doctor htd given
no aid and comfort to the rebels. He htd.
however, provided f d and thelter for
tome of the citizen in 1891, who htd taken
alarm lest they should be arrested at tire)
time General Sickle came into th. country
NEW YORK, May 27.
New York Central, 891 Erie, 72 i Hud
m. 7J: Rmtding, 92; Michigan South
ern, 8Ji; Pittaburgh, 61 ; Rock Island,
94?i; North western, 25; Northweetern pre
ferred, 55; Fort Wayne, S3; Ohio A Mit
liaiippi Certificate. 25; Canton, 38; Cum
berland, 38; Quiekeilver, 50?.
Gold firm on call ; after call it told at
137 ; at the close of the report it stood at
Slockt not very firm.
Saturday Evening's Edition.
NEW YORK, May 27.
A to ..
lay the Attorney General has just mada .
an important decision. He affirms that tta . .
amnesty Proclamation was a meant only
to secure a specific purpose which wat tha
suppression of tbe rebellion. Jhe rebellion.
ended the axmesty U void, xt does not to.
ttore citiz'Mi&hip, property or vested rights.
The President has no power to pardon ex-.' .
oept for what it past; the Executive can
not streteh to the future, therefore the de
creet of confiscation must stand. The de
cision wQl be given to the public in a fewj
Ihe Tribune's special says in the election .
for the House of Delegates yesterday, the
Disunioniat swept the Stale of Virginia
as far at is known. In the Alexandria
distriot "Wm. Dulaney, of Fairfax Court
House, who has a bitter hatred to the
Union, and because a cripple in the rebel
service, has been elected to tbe Senate and
J. Snglish to the House. English took tha
oath of allegiance only tbe night before ha
announced himself a candidates
Tbe Herald' Baleigh corrapondf'nr
explains how the rebel archives foil ''jvj
our hands. General Join. ton "-0uo!
General 8chofleld that they wer (j baerf
tot.e, and the latter sent for Gwu'
John.ton received Gen. HuthuIr,
tl.br8t, dnUwer E.
Um over to the
large nurr' -zm Cl- aesenptions. "a
duly 1'' r?7 ot c"Ptared Union flags,
cl4' ..oeUed, were found. Gov. Yanca
-ju that though arrested, he was not
surrrewJU a. a fugitive.
The Herald's 6th corp. correepondenfe
say the work of mustering out, under tha
late order, regiments whose term of ser
vice expire prior to October 1st, hat been,
entered upon in earnest. Muster out roll
are being put in readiness at rapidly aa
possible. It it supposed that within ten.
davt th. whole work will be accomplished.
Oa Thursday night the corpt which lies
near Washington had a grand torch-light
proration. Gen. Gnffia, commanding tha
corpt, had been presented with a corpt
badge, costing $25,000.
- Tae 6th oorpt, which hat been at Man-
Gmtintutl on t'om-Ui Fag.