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I J WNN~~~BOIi CPl.TIIU ~DAY MORNING, 3TUNE 29, 1865..rTH1' r
T TRI EEELY NEWS:
1R NE*9 Is pilhbed
red and Saturday, at ONE
r, mnt h, In advance. Single
*dtirtl nentsa nserted at ONE DOLLAR
'W2 of eIght ina of less, fhr the first,
a ~ NTY IVlE cents fur each ubso.
9 i nsertion, Invariably in advance.
- Pesondonee f Ifh N. Y. HOrald.j
* 9UAyreroNI, 0, June 17, 1865.
- THE CHURCHES.
The chuihes have been turnid over
to their former pastors and congrega
tions- The venerable Dr. John Bach.
ian,- of the German Lutherai church,
vill deli vr his first disceurse inder the
n4w auspices next Sun ay, and great
etiriosity is .manifested to hear him.
ThA. Rev. W, B.' Yates-or Father
tep, as he is familialy .termed--the
se men's capoain, ho had taken the
oath,-will.preach from. thd Meck of the
-Mirine'~ hapel ni Snndky, ,apd take
acpileekion foi the bene & of thh. dig.
t ed filiei 'of seametin who- have
.dld Iuring 49 .ar, apd also .for the
nefit of fl: chok. -He inform mrne
the tafhobed side ard figtre head
oft pli*erf'cari-ie'd &wayby the
- ql'o h snt&wbo were here at he Fort
iher 'dlebraion. Tim- Rev. A..
oi rr pastor ;of th Ohurc of
0 o6& ;6 .O Iu1jiontiformrly4ttended
.hy, _ 'od Sad fashionable 10iscopal
to alo opens to-morroW.
. 4 './ estbe .G41Ief 'opic of in.
>. 4SjTjW lp-. rgt~i. p 0Gvenor
'th . gro O, ''0''eit o
' pct h in -
~ t4 . inc@ slnorli of
'o 46 ion-*,,or tiOtl has
r i-f . ownii by a
inemorial praying for his appointment
aMVrovisiopal Goverzror. The petiion
and memporial have bee:nunterouqly
Gk*1@ 'RN EY TO $dtlU A iaJTt't.
heeommittq1' pr do-& shoulkv the
Tieeident interpose objections to the -p.
pQiqtmentfo' Mr, Aiken to etition for
t8.he ohgeinent or GenerafGUrh
o exprepsd hip intention'to -
za et en -of Charleston, and make
nal his future home6.. 'his
w i, ne the unanlimeusappro
Ion Tf h boNG TiE NEim PES
4ooording to the reports of the war4
-w' i~jtees lahty organised by General
'~riey, theo mgrtaility atnong -the nie.
fres qi .thizity i. perfectly feat.
del. t o aths aMtiog 'theip are re;
PO one hundtod por:
Se~k n4ety.on ''aths of
~yOGS ~ qi~1 re rte , nm the
P* 1l Iq h id' andA
T isi poitll d
no. i6 ' dwis but rig th
0 r be nadir public. The ."Wr
n the ig~nai egdeedis anyjhiim
i 13e history of thi.
PL TFuIta Tits .c;00 b
9ts n tu Itees to
Ao e true cont
i~ ii 6ofowtmto
the crops. cannot be
leav, the plough ~n'oI
These colored -'opsa
i gthuhein- color. del e~an
anby their conve op
rrI-dinq . Itjisthe
sio opasefs thatthe-Unfos
give both freedom and food&
i'de .vast rebel fprtuxe weIling blockade
goods, and Mr. Wm. 'Gregg, proprietpi
.of the Grandeville Mills.
Judge Pringle's elegant. residence on
King street, near the Battery, is now
the headquarters of General Hatch, and
Mr. Wagner's mansion is used for the
offies of the United States Tax Commis.
Mr. Wagner, who was the m9re busi.
ness superintendent of the notorious house
of John Fraser & Co., having nothing
to do with pblitics, was the prince e1
generosity and benevolence in the com.
munity during the siege.' Besides lay.
ishing'pioney among all who sought his
assistapce, he gave carte blanche to the
Sisters of Charity and the rebel Provost
Marshal Gayer to draw upon him for any
funds to .relieve the Union -prisoners
when confined. in Charleston. He also
added a subscription of one thousand
dollars a day for thefree market for the
people, and fiveehuadred a day for the
Wayside EHdne forsoldiers. He is now
reduced to almost beggary, but has tak.
en the oath of allegiance and gone. cheer.
fully to work. General Hatch at first
Sent for hi.i and would have placed him
in jail, but on the appeals and represen.
tations fr6oqt Union' officers, bld Union
men of the city; the Sisters of Charity
and the poor generally. he will not inter
fere with him. To the credit of Mr.
Wagne.it may be added that le nover
went outside of the butsiness department
of the house, with which he was connec
ted before -th6 war, and refhsed the age.
cy for the sale of rebel bonds, beside
declining to go to Eurbpe and act as 0
inember of the English -house of Fraser,
'Trenhsou & Co.' daring the wa-. On
the dreval of General' Seymotr and his
'bi-other officset 'for connement wvithin
heling -rang ,f our batteries on Morris
~s~dd Mer succededdin. pro'
curig for theip e comm idiou arivite
resideaeo4 whieh they wortnsferred:
hand wich as, V I ait, entire)y out ol
range. He' also -arranged with Gayei
to furnish them with everything they
needed which could be obtained in the
'ity. It'is not surprising, -therefore, that
h0 has recejve4 clemency at the hands
of General latch. He has since been
visited by hutdreds of poor and 6thers tc
testify theitgratitude fQr his kindness.
Mr. Gregg informs ' me that Richard
Yeadon, Esq., the celebrated laudator cf
the lanented Everett, and author of a
reward of ten thousand dollars for' Bot.
lqer' head, is living in abject poverty at
Aiken, S. C. H e has taken the oath,
and has repented of the act, which he
says was the most foolish, of his life
done -in a uoment of delusion.
Mr.'Caurpbell has 'also been warmly
congrtulated on his return.e
When,General Gillmore's exp6unders
drove him from. his ho'nse and his law
office, his farsily retired to Columbia.
His palatial manision there, 4ith its hii
braries, pictures and fdrnitho, escaped
destructIon, and has continued'its bounti.
ful .ospitality, presided over by Miss
Caspbell, 'alady; well known North
and South, and boat 6ppreoiated where
Mr.- Caipbell, is a New Englander,
bl1 hig ,ubli ereer haat een. altogether
li the qUth. Du#inkthi wAr'he stood
by his friends, ut.oastantlydegounced
'the ma'aipitii Wation'omavis, prediot.
ing ru in it wohld brino.
as W401%hY p . t att1e time
againsst tie- boma tuenla initer, and
denoahed the tribkery-nd folltfs ofDa.
vi, 3 lker, (Ben ard 4 others
wlto a todpe a ,_talt
iMlb' iredted 't p'' g~ ons
thiggs fo ~*~ storatioir oa runited
ha~an'4r of Tiingeda oui
ts rspatjrrival and in p~ta~,qer
.t~srebel ,Sects ry~o the
hundred fir numlbi-nOt one of whom
left him. -Trenhofm, befotu the war,
was a -gradua3 emancijationist, and his.
ready adoption pf the government views
and exaaple in &olumbia bad a most
salufary efibot in tbt region, and, under
.Colone Haughwn, who is praised by all
parties there, the iil w'ill be a fair one.
This amicable state -?' affairs was in.
terrupted by the order fi'omri General
Hatch for the .artes of Tre tholm. It
was effected by giving him no,?tice and
opportunity for preparktion. TIe order
was promptly obeyed. -Trenholn drove
under parole to , Orangebtrg in his awn
carriage, Was received with courtesy blv
General Hartwbll, and proceeded by
Li'eutenant- MoMartiqo, of Gtneral e
Hatch's staff., On his arrival here a (
quarrel - ato1ed. between the white and
negro guards at the depot for the honor
of so responsible and hazardous a duty. f
The whites succeeded. The officer of
the day conducted his prisoner to a car
riage, but diclined to I permit any of b
Tretiholm's family to ccompanv hin, p
and iminediately drove , the jail, where
the rebel S&cretary was soon securely t
lodged in an unfurnished cell of the
General Hatch has sihe allowqd
Trenholm's filends to vi t him on writ
tenl permits, and to -fugknish, him with a
some comforts.- It is supposed he will
be sent. away-and confited in some one
of the forts-soon. In conuprhtion with
Trenholm's ,ion-in-law, he told me that
Mr. 'Tribh6lm was forced to take the I
position of Secretary of the Treasury
under JefE"'Dpvis. He deblined the ap.
pointment, twice, and was at last per.
emptorily ordered to report to Richmond
by Jeff. in the followilig despatch:
"Your. seivices' a-e needed.- Report
THISp!WAPPoIN MBNTS. ]
The appointments; by the President of 2
Dir. Mackey as Collector of Cuhtoms, J
ind Ar; Aw-yer as Collgtor of Internal J
Revemie, hlij -been received by the-od J
band of Unionists here with great joy.
It is consitlere4 as a conilete defeat of J
old hunkerism and the old oligarchy.
The doctor will - 'go to work at
once.; . but Mr. Sawyer will have
topostponeis aci'on until the aepoint.
ment of assessors is made. Appliation
has been imade by the Union party for
the appointment of Mr. J. D. eddings,
an old resident and esteemed citi or
the office of Postmaster.
un ALVIE1D lIUoER..
This old genitleman, Vbo so long held
th'e position of Postmastir here, is now
living on rations furnis1pd by the gov.
ernment. He was first ippointed Post.
master by General Jackson, and reap
pointed by every succeeding President
until the fatal act of secession. He nev.
er s6Ah in his resignatioii,' but his office 1
was taken possession of 4y the rebelgov.
ernmen, and in, .eference to the' wishes
of the 6itivens and his, f-iends generally
he continued to serve up to the evacda
tion of the city. He Is in his ninety.
fifth year. -
THE RAfiIWADh. ,
Paily comiunication by railroad be.
tween Charleston n Colugbia and
Augusta is Oxpected in about' tei days
time. Presidedt MagrAth will tako. full
posoessiorttof .th-8out Carolina Rail. 3
I am reliably iiifbr~al that there are 1
at least'one,hundr#t ,tlbusan4.; hl'es.of
cotton along th 1.e atitin ans
.TuE WDimpu' OW "*E?9RAL L.*|.
--Washgti o~r p denta wries
"The indlotmt .put~gainst Ye69f?
the g~nd jarf ofadfm Vir efa, ev a
most no s'oidal 'eding.- Se p
49ula the a~t~ f
thoe .a rteih -fo s.We
is pledlge LJe; hafr
therhjob thr s.ed
hat b t
Victions under these indictments are ne.
essary to make valid the confiscation of
heir property under the laws. Oil
;he other hand, it is contended that
my and il prosecutions against officers
1hus. paroled are barred by the terms of
,heir urrender. The matter has been
iubmLed to both the President anZ1 the
Attorney General ; but for the present
oth decline to take it under considera.
ion, believing that the defence should
hould properly be presented in the
ourts which may take cognizance of
SEORETARY TRENHOLM. -Secretary
[renholm left here- o'clock Saturday
vening, on board the steamer Wn. P.
.yde, for Port Royal. It is believed
e is to be confined in Fort Pulaski. The
emonstrations of respect and sinpathy
>r this unfortunate but noble flarted
entleman and public spirited citizen of
Iiarleston, since his arrival here, have
een universal. The grief among the
oorer classes, to whom he has always
een a benefactor, was intense. A p'e.
ition to President Johnson for the spe.
ial pardon of Mr. Trenholm was drawn
p, and has been very extensively sign.
d. Lieut Sayes, of the 56th New York,
ccompanied Mr. Trenholn to Port Roy.
l.--Charleston Courier, 19th.
Tax NATIONAL DEnT.-The follow.
ig is a comparative statement of the
Tational Debt of the United States, at
ifferer.t times since 1791
anuary 1, 1791, $75,463,476 52
anuary 1, 1812, 45,209,737 90
aq)uary 1. 1816, 127,834,933 74
anuary 1, 1826, 89,985.537 72
anuary 1, 1836, 291,089 05
uly 1, 1846, '16,7,59,926 33
ZoV. 15, 1856, 30,963,909 64
uly 1, 1860, 64,769,769 08
uly 1, 1861, 90,?67,828 68
uly 1, 1862, 514,210,371 9.
uly i , 1863,- T,098,793,l'1 ~1 7
uly 1, 1864, - 1,740,690,489 47,
anuary 31, 1865, 2,279j579,486 10
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