Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Charleston daily news. (Charleston, S.C.) 1865-1873, October 26, 1865, Image 4',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of South Carolina; Columbia, SC
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
ClI?RlJ?STOi, DAILY NEWS,
GATHC?RT, McHILLAW k MORTON,
N0..I8 HAYKE STREET.
0aT Single Copies FIYE CENTS.
aW News Dealers supplied at a liberal dlscouu t.
?ue Square, Ten Ltnea, one lnocrtlon, ONE DOL
LAR AND FIFTY CENT8.
Each continuation, SEVENTY-TVE CENTS.
Less than a square, FIFTEEN CENTS PER LINE for
Brat insertion ; HALF PRICE for each continuation.
Tho following arc the Agents for thlB paper:
?JOSEPH H. SEAH3, "Now South," Hilton Head.
H. L. DARR, 8umter, S. O.
TRAD. O. ANDREWS, Orangoburg, 8. O. *
3. T. HERSHMAN, "Journal ofuco," Camdon, S. O.
J. M. BROWN, "SouUierneroflfco," Darlington, S. C.
M. M. QUINN k BRO., Augusta, Ga.
3. H. ESTELL, Savannah, Ga.
DAVEGA 4: OTTOLENGUI, Agents In New York.
Mr. AUG. BRENTANO, NO. 708 Broadway, Now York,
has always the latest dates of tho D_nv_ News, as ho
docs of all the other principal Journals of tho country
THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26, 1865.
England and the Revival of ?-southern
The rapid revival of trade with the South stimu
lates the manufacturing districts of England to
renewed aotivity. The London Raily Netos, of tho
3d inst., Bays:
'The accounts from our manufacturing dis
tricts show that tho oxpoctod rovival of tho trado
with the United States has bogun there in earn
est. At Manchester an enormous business is be
ing dono, both for yarns and cloth. Goods are
wanted at once, proposals for tho execution of
orders in a fow weeks being received with oxtromo
impatienco by shippers, who profer to buy availa
ble goods at-a consider able- advance rather than
lose the opportunities of an excited market."
The News quotes from American journals to
show how the Southern trade has grown siuco the
war, ended, and adds these remarks:
"Nor is it only a rovival of old relations that is
now taking place; for tho first time within these
thirty yoars the South, no longer having a "pecu
liar institution" to screen and defend, daros to
treat tho North as ono country with itself, anil in
vite its citizens to como with tho energy and capi
tal which aro so much needed thero. All the more
enterprising of tho Southern States aro calling for
the advent of Northern men. Tho civil authori
ties and the journalists of Virginia, North and
South Carolina, Goorgia, Alabama, Tennessee,
'Kentucky end Missouri earnestly invito immigra
tion to their respectivo States, setting forth at
?length tho extraordinary inducements which the
i-'fneu order of things" in those rogiona^resonts to
-indnatrions and thrifty people. By many of tho
(Tc?sel? leaving Now York for points on tho South
ern seaboard, as also by inland modes of convey
ance, enterprising artisans, mechanics and labor
ers leave tho North in considerable numbors, in
quest of the employment and fortune which are so
enthusiastically promised them. There is nothing
since Leo's surronder which more strikingly de
monstrates tho magnitude of the revolution which
has passed over tbo public than this flow of immi
gration into States which very lately wore practi
cally closod to tho free emigrant."
Ose of the Boys.?Tho Long Branch correspon
dent of tho Now York Times thus chronicles tho
feats of a marvelous boy who Bat opposite lum at
tho table :
, I was greatly amused at dinnor by afT exhibition
of the peculiarities of a shoddy family. That tho
hotel rogistor showed thn nnmn nf a^.-.*ar i_. __?_i
nectluu with this group, I do not assert. I scorn
registers. That the head of this family was enti
tled by divino right to the name of Cecias T.
Shoddy, I do assort. Bo was well enough; shovel
ed his food into his mouth with a knife, it is true;
but so does many an honest man. airs. Shoddy
was resplendent with diamonds, and her stubby,
red fingers glittered with many colored jewels; and
sho was fat, and not fair, and past forty. But with
neither of theso was I "wrapt up." It was with
'"that boy." Between tho parents, he sat directly
-opposite mo at tho tablo, and I concealed with my
napkin the visible .struggle going on within me; I
trust no one observed it. Ho was a feeblo urchin,
with watery-white eyes and a freckled face, ana
ate his food with tho verooity of a starved spaniel,
and blinked continually, liko a toad in a rain storm.
He gobbled, ho gnawod, and ho clawed. His fin
gers were in everything alternately within his
reach, including his hair, his coffee, aiul his plate.
He scorned knives and forks; or when ho did use
them it was with tho. energy of dospair. He
would seize a lot of fricasoed chicken in both
hands, and as ho removed tho odiblo portion with
his teeth, he tosBCd the rejected part over h.is
shoulder upon tho floor. Ho got buttor upon his
coat-sleeve and he wiped it upon his pantaloons:
he, spilled everything within his reach; ho thrust
his hand behind him to grab the waitor by the
coat and givo bis ordor; and whon anything was
neregies for the attack. He had an eye forevery
br?ugbt him ho "would scratch hie head thought
fully and stare wildly at it while collecting all his
thing on tho table, and tho dessert completely non
plussed him: "Mar, what's that?" he cried, as
a gailv colored blanc mango greeted hie vision.
"Ttaai's puddin,' " mar made answer, and "Gimme
alot," tho yeung hopeful responded. Only when
appealed to. however, did Mrs. Shoddy obsorvo her
child; so also Mr. Shoddy. The parental uncon
sciousness of that child was Bomothing almost sub
lim e. Ho, might have stood on his head,'I think,
and'they"would not have wavered.
En oar Foe's Gbave.?The impression that En
OAR A. Por-'s grave cannot bo recognized in Balti
more, is corrected by a letter fromH_NB*rHEB_tNa
to the American of that city. He says:
"He was buried in* his grandfather's (David Poe)
lot, near tho contre of the graveyard, wherein was
buried hie grandmother and sovcral others of tho
family. I furnished a neat mahogany coffin, and
Mr. Nelson Poe the hack and hoarse. Mr. Nolson
Poe, Judge Nolson and myself, together with Mr.
Charles outer, the undertaker, woro tho duly per
sons attending his funeral. Mr. Edgar Allen Foe
was the son 01 tho brother (David Poo. Jr.,) of my
first wife, Eliza Poo, and was adopted by Mr.
Allen, of Richmond, on tho death of his father and
mother in that city. Ho has a sister, Rosalie Poe,
now living, who came to Baltimore a'fow days ago
in vory indigent circumstanoes. Sho. was also an
adopted child in the family of Mr, and Mrs. Mac
kenzie, of Richmond, on tue death of her parents."
-?? ? -r
The Prosbyterians are likely to have a furthoi
'-split" on tho subject of slavery. Tho Louisville
Presbytery, at its recent session, adopted "a de
claration and a testimony," which sets forth thai
a churcfl which dabbles In radicalism ?b no longei
a true Christian church; and that, unless tho fu
ture , General Assembly repeal Its former anti
slavory deliverances, tue General Asae'mbly ant
Kentucky must part company. -Now, in the Pr?s
byterian Synod at prbeent in session, a serios o
resolutions*condemning that action have been un
der discussion for several days pant. Tho telo
graphie dispatch wo published on Saturday state?
that they havo boen voted down by a voto of 10:
to 25.? That is to say, tho Synod (Statoi stands b
tho actiou of the (LiOuIbvUIo) Prosbytory. Thl
voto ?will probably bo followed now by tho ope
secession of tho majority of Kentucky Presbyte
rians from the General Assotnbly of the Unite
St-toto?a secession which would bo impossible !
tho Genoral ABsombly let politics, and eepeciall
political abolitionism, alone.
TOO can't; open your upa, ladio?, without r<
voaling-Whether you use the fragrant SoZoodnt c
not. No occasion for words. Your tooth an
broath epoak for you. The lustro and purity in
Sarted to the dental machinery by that peerlci
Old, and tho fragranco it gives to the moutl
cannot bo realized by tho use of any other nftio
accessible to the human family. r 48
' ?i-??j ? ? ?' ' -
CoNHEcrriouT was spread over with abolitic
speeches, in favor of negro suffrage, franked 1
Sumner and Ames, of Massachusetts.- They wei
"thicker than toads after a shower," but do n
seem to have had ft very remarkable effect on t!
publio mind.??*. H. Register.
,?: KB - " V
Office ofthe City Registrar?BUI of Mortality
leziuns or deaths wrneifi Tnts city or c??A.nr.i_tok
raOM THE 15m 10 THE '?Ul ?JCTODEle, 18(15.
Fever, BO. Rein.
Lungs, D1 seas c of.
Visitation of God.
Whites 10; Blacks aud Colored 25. Total 41.
A0E8?4 under J year; 7 between 1 and6 years; 2 be
tween 6 and 10; 6 between 10 and 20; 3 between 20 and
30; 1 between 30 and 40; 0between 40 and SO; 5 between
60 and GO; 3 between 00 and 70; 1 between 70 and 60;
3 between 30 and 00 ; and 1 between 00 and 100 years.
GEORGE 8. PELZER. M. D., City Registrar.
TOR TUE WEEE ENDINO OCTOBER 21, 1805?BY OEOBOE S.
l'XI.ZK.n, M. D., CITY BEOIBTBMI,
s. n. 4 p.m.
Wednesday Evekiko, October 25.
COTTON.?Since our last report, tho market has beon
dull and declining, but today there baa been a reaction
and a good demand at advancing prices. Wo quote:
Middlings at 62c, with small s?Icb?factors holding for
Arrivals at Merchants Hotel.
Joseph Moore and lady, Lake City, Fla. ; John Tras k,
Gloucester; Joslah Murdoch, Bamwcll; Louis Krcuder,
Columbia; ?'apt Wm Towusentl, 54th Ne>v York; Lieut
WFerrits, 25th Ohio; E H Dupproso, Now York; H H
Appl?by, South Carolina; Wm A Lee, Spartanburg: M L
Frclrson, Wllllamsburg; H M Stuart and servant, Cam
elen; J B Holmes, Curadcn.
Consignees per South Carolina llailroad,
1070 bales Cotton, 25 bales Domestics, Furniture, kit
To H Horlbeck. W Boag, M 0 Mordccai, S W Fish or, W
M?ller, W C Dukes A* Co. T Stoney, It Mure & Co, E H
Rodgers k Co, Globes ?At Co, W A Ward)aw, G W Wil
liams k Co, H L Jcffcrs k Co, J M Easou, A Elfe, E Hu
R T Walker, R E Scriv??, T C Calllcott, Willis k Chis?
olm, A Tobias' Sons, Oibbons & Co, C O Witte, Oluey k
Co, Mrs W D Porter, J H Taylor, H Badcnhop, Boll
mann BroB, O R Hohnes, W P Hall, T Street, J J Chis
olm, E W Edgerton, Geo Egan. Cohen, R G Chisolm, T
8tcnhousc, F C Moy. W L Mikell, W B Hcriot k Co, Aus
tin fc Alboe, D Loeb, W H Gaskin8, J Danua, J Colclough,
Ward!aw k Carow, H W Hastie, and F Ansel.
PORT OF CHARLESTON.
Arrived ""Yesterday. IOct. 25
Steamship McClellan, Samuels, Hilton Head. To U S
Spanish bark Paquita, Valles, Matanzas. 14 days. Bal
last To W P Hall. The P hae been for some time at
Steamer Cosmopolitan, Crooker, Savannah.
-Went to Sea Yesterday. [Oct. 26
Steamer Canonlcus. Til ton, Hilton Head.
Notice to Mariners.
Hilton Head, October 24.
Tho Light Vessel at Martin Industry broke adrift from
her moorings yesterday, October 23. She will bo re
placed au soon eis possible
CHAS. O. BOUTELLE,
Acting Lighthouse Inspector Gtli District.
HEADQUARTERS, MTL. UI8T. CHARLESTON
Dkvaivtmkst S. C,
Chablestoi*., 8. C., Oct. 25, 1865.
(Gkneba.1. Orders, No. 111.]
HAVri-JG BEEN RELIEVED FROM TEMPORARY
command of the Department of South Carolina, tho un
dorslgncd hereby r?assumes command of the Military
District of Charleston. CHARLES DEVEN8,
October 20 3 ?. Brovct Major-Qeneral.
:H_" ? QUARTERS,
M_itaby DisTnierrC?irleston, Dep't S.
Charleston, 8. C, October 25,1865.
[General Orders No. 113.]
CAPTAIN T. D. HODOE8. 35TB U. S. C. T., Ib horoby
announced as A. A. D. 0? on the 8taff of tho Pr:7ct Ma
jor-Oenoral Commanding.' Ho will be obeyed and re
spected accordingly. ~ ! F*j - .
By command of Brevet MaJ.-Gen. Coari?h Devens.
GEO. W. HOOKER,
October 26 3 Assistant Adjutant-General.
HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF SO. CA., \
Hilton Head, 8. 0., October 22,186S. [
[General Obdebs No. 62.)
I. IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF
Genoral Orders, No. 141* current seriCB Adjutant-Oenc
ral's Office, dated War Departnlont, WaaMngtou, D. C
Octobor 7th, 1865, tho Stall of tho Hajor-Gcnoral Com
manding Is hereby announced aa fellows ;
Brevet Llout.-Col. W. L. M. BURQBB, U. S. Vols., As
Major C. W. THOMAS, U. S. V., Chief Quartermaster.
Major W. W. BURNS,!;, a A.,Olilof Comentti.-tm-y. '
, Major J. P. ROT, 6th H. 8. Infantry. Acting Inspector?
Surgeon A. P. D_L???FLE, D. 8.' ?.. A ating Medical
1st IJeut. C. M. BAILEY, ?th U. 8. Infantry, Acting
Capt. HENRY 8ETON, Ai ?o-de-Cfcrap..
Capt, DANIEL 6. LESLIE, Aidc-dcvCamp.
II. Brevet .Llout.-Col. B. F. SMITH, late Provoal
Maiahal General, will have the records of his office, eine
Brevot Major O. B. BUTER, lata Chief Eugliiotir, wll
have all papers and maps reforred from these Ueadquar
tera, for fllo In bis offleo, carefully boiod up, and sent te
the oflloo?f the Assistant Adjutant-Goneral of the De
part ment, with a list of said papers and maps,,,
TIL AUklnil.iof ofSclAlbtislnoashorclofcrolransactod
by th/i Provost Marshal O onc'ral, will in futuro be at
tea?(led to by tho Assistant AdjutanUieueral of the Dc
pertinent. . ,
By Command or ?oJor-Geuoral Q. A. Gn.i_oa?.
Official: W. I. M. B?RO?R.
October 20 . 8 Assist?nt Adjutant-General.
tf?,- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOI
LOWING dosMlbed CERTIFICATES OF STOCK In _
Oreat Wo?torn Insurance Company of New York bav
been lost, and that after tho usual period applloatio
wUl be made, aa usual, for new Oertlneates, via: No. 87!
17th May, MM, 20 8harea; Ko. 889,11th Jnne, 1858, S
Snares. Both in namaof-,'L. Trtnbolm, in trust ft
ElizaB. Trenhcba. tho* SeptemberU
B}C?VJi. MtLITABT DISTRICT OF CHARLESTON, 1
FlBST S*PAltATE DBIUADIC. [
CnAjii? stun, 3. C, October20. I**;*?. )
[Gtsri-vr. Order?, No. 109.] '
I 1HSIOHK A GENERAL COURT MARTIAL WHICH
coirmUat Oharloston, 8.0., pursuant to Special Order?
No.', ii),Par. Ill, dated Headquarters Military District of
Cturhstiu, Department of South Carolina, First Sepa
rate Erl(?do,Charleston, 8. C, Ootobcr 2. 1865/and of
wliicbMiJoc H. A. WITNEY, 33d TJ. *?. CT., Is 1 resi
dent, tore arraigned and tried:
7. Fl^to JOHN II. SMITH, Co. E. Wth N. V. Vet.
Chase 1st? "Disobedience of Orders."
SPKtpcA-iioN?lutbis, tbatthoaaid JOHN H. SMITH,
PrivatcO. E. 64th Vet. Vols., having boon ordered by
his ?uptior officer, Capt. John N. Fbisdlb, ctth N. Y.
Vet. V?'ii, to fall into tho ranks of his Company (tho
said Cap. John N. Fnir.Di.n being La execution of bis
offlcc),Ull wilfully rofnso to obey said order, saying
"tho -np; is over and ouf timo is out, and I know the
coiiecv-ioicos of disobedience of said order, and I am
wlllhigU abide by them," or words to that effect. All
this at hmp Mth N. Y. Vet Vols., at Orangoburg, 8. C,
on or alcut the 9th day of August, 1806.
OKI.ist ad?' Mutiny."
SpEctuATioN 1st?In this, tbat Private JOHN H.
SMITH Co. E, Mth N. Y. Vet. Vols., when ordorod by
bis suivlor officer, 1st Bergcaut Julius Hohm an? 6tth
N. Y. VA vols., to fall Into tho ranks of his Company,
did wilfuw rofnso to oboy and did not obey said ordor,
and did r?enly resist with arms to obey said order, lb
the proecko of other enlisted mon. Alt this at Camp
64th N. TiVet. Vols., at Orangcburg, 8. C, on or about
tho 0th ?i_y of August, 1865.
Bpeui?r-atioh 2d.?In this, that Private JOHN H.
SMITH, ?o. _,*5_th N. Y. Veteran Volunteers, whftu or
dered by his superior offlcer, Lieut. Wir. H. Meeksb,
Adjutant .IttU N. v. Votcran Vols., to fall into the ranks
of his Compiny, did wilfully rofuso to oboy and did not
cbey said ortcr, and did openly resist with arms to obey
said order. All this at Camp Mth N. Y. Vet, Vols., at
Orangcburg, i. C, on or about tho 0th day of August,
8PEcrncAitoK 3d.?In this, that Private JOHN H.
SMITH, Co. i Mth N. Y. Vet. Vols., whon ordered by
his superior ?lncer, Capt C. W. C-elius, 54th N. Y. Vet.
Vols., to fall hto tho ranks of bis Company, did w?fuUy
rofuso to obojsaid order, and-hold Capt. C. Vf. CuB-rua,
Commanding 6ith N. X- Vet Vole,, in open reslataaco
with fixed bayinct. AU this at Camp Mth N. Y. Vet.
Vote., ?t Oranjcburg, S. C, on or about the 9th day of
To which C-rgos and Specifications the accused plead
ed as follows: -
To the SpeciK-?on of Chargo 1st?"Not Ouiltt."
To Chargo Is?"Not Guilty."
To the Speclloatlon 1st of Charge 2d?"Not Guilty."
To the Speciication 2d of Chargo 2d?"Not Guilty."
To the Speciication 3d of Charge 2d?"NotGuilty."
To Charge 2c?"Not Guilty."
Tho Court, luviiiy maturely considered the evidence
adduced, find tho accused, tho said Fri'-ato JOHN H.
SMITH, Co. E, Mth N. Y. Yot. Vols., as follows:
Of tho Speclir&tion of Charge 1st?"Guilty."
Of Charge tat? "Guilty."
Of tho Specifii-tion 1st of Chargo 2d?"Quilty."
Of tho Specifi atlon 2d of Charge 2d?"Quilty," ox
c?pting the worts "did openly resist with arms to obey
said ordor with ttlier enlisted men of tho company."
Of the Specification 3tTof Chargo 2d?"Guilty."
Of Chargo 2d? "GuiLTr."
And tho Court does, therefore, sentence him, Private
JOHN H. SMITE, Co. E, Mth N. Y. Vet. Volfl., "To be
confined at H&r^ Labor for tho period of Two Years at
such placo as tho Commanding General may direct, and
to forfeit to tho l'ntted States all pay now duo him and
to become duo Ulm during his confinement.
8. Private JOSEPH WOOD, Co. E, 5tth N. Y. Vet. Vols
Cbajme Isa**.?' Disobedience of Orders."
Specu-ioatios.?In this, that tho said JOSEPH WOO?,
Private Co. E, 61lli Vet. Vols., having been ordered bj
bis superior officer, Capt. John N. Friedle, Gith N. Y
Vet Vols., to fall into tho ranks of bis Company (tin
said Capt. Jons '.-.'. Fric?le being lu execution of bii
ofrW- * - * "*.".'-?-,? ? ? urn
war is over Is ovec and our timo Is out, and I know th<
consequences of disobedience of said order, and I an:
willing to abide by them." or words to that effect. At
this at Camp 54th N. Y. Vet. Vols., at Orangcburg, S. C.
on or about the 9th day of August, 18G?.
Specification 1st?In this, that Private JOSEPH
WOOD, Co. E, 51th N. Y. Vot. Vols., whon ordered b-,
his superior officer, 1st Scrgt Julius Hohsian, tu N
Y. Vet. Vols., to fall into tho anks of his Company die
wilfully refuse to obey and did not oboy said order aiu
did openly resist with arms to obey said order, n hi
presence of other (nilsted men. All bis at Camp 54U
N. Y. Yet Vols., at Orangeburg, S. C. on or abou hi
9tb day of August, 1860.
SPEC?FicA-riox 21. ? In this,, tbat Pr?valo J03EPI
WOOD, Co. E, 54th N. Y. Vet. Vols., wheu ordered b;
his superior officer, Lieut. Wu. H. Meeker, Adjutau
64th N. Y. Vet. Vols., to fait into the ranks of his Compa
ny, did wilfully refuse to oboy and did not oboy tho sai?
order, and did openly resist with arms to obey said or
der. All this at Camp Mth N. Y. Vet. Vols., at Orange
burg, S. C, on or about the 9th ?lay of August, 1865.
Specification 3d.?In this, that Privato J08EPI
WOOD, Co. E, 54th N. Y. Vet. Vols., when ordered b;
bis superior officer, Capt. C. W. Chblics, Mtli N. Y. Vol
Vols., to fall into thu ranks of his Company, did wilful!;
refuse to obey said ordor, and held Capt. C. Vf. Cbelius
commanding 54th N. Y. Vet. Vols., in open rcsistanc
wltb fixed bayonet. AU this at Camp Mth N. Y. Vel
Vols., at Orangobury, S. O., on or about tho 9th ?lay c
To which Charges and Sp?cifications tho accuse
pleaded as follows :
To the Spcolflo-tiou of Oharge lBt?"Not Guilty."
To Chargo 1st?"Not Gur?,ty."
To the Specificaticn 1st of Charge 2d?"Not Guilty.
To the Spcoificaticn 2d of Chargo 2d?"Not Guilty."
To the Speclficatii- 3d of Chargo 'Id?"Not Guilty."
To Charge 2d?"Not Guilty."
The Court, having maturely considered the evldenc
adduced, find tho accused, the said Private JOSEP1
WOOD, Co. E, Mth N. Y. Vet Vols., as follows:
Of the ?pociOcation of Oharge 1st?"Guilty. "
Of Charge 1st?"Gu_?'Y."
Of tho Specifliitlt? 1st of Charge 2d?"Guilty."
Of tho ?poci?catlon 2d of Charge 2d?-"Guilt*-*," e*
ooptlng the words "did resist with arms to obey said o
Of the Spocifu?tion 3d of Chargo 3d?-'Guilty."
Of Chargo 2d?"OU-t-T."
And tho Court dot?, therefore, aentenoo him, Priva
JO8KPH-WO0D, Coi E, Mth N. Y. Vet. Vols., -To 1
confined at hard lab >r toi the period of two years at sue
place as the- Oomt-Unding 1 J.moral may diroct, and 1
forfeit to the Unlteo Bt-U? all pay now due him and t
bcoomo duo him during bis ?con Attoansnt."
9. Prtvato J0HNJW1-_8Q?. Ob. B, Mth N. Y. Vet.Vol
Bi-KoinoATioK?m this, that the said JOHN WILS01
Private Co. E, MthVot, Vois., having been ordered ~
his superior officer j Captain John* N. Fautor-, Mth 1
Y. Vet Vola.,tofal
luto tho ranis of his oompany (tt
?aid Captain John 1. Fsntouc being in execution of h
office), did wilfully ; sfuao to obey said order, saying "tl
war is over and oui lime la out, and 1 know tho cons
?-moneen of dlsobcdi ace of said ordor, and I am wlllli
to abido by thorn," r words to thatoffeot. AUthisi
Camp Mth N. Y. V?. Vola., at * Orangoburg, S. Com
about tho 9th day 0 August, 1866.
Cuabok 2d.?"- liny.''
8rJccirwATioN Is -In this, that Private JOHN Wl!
BON, Co. B, Mth N Y. Vet Vol?,, when o-t_ored by b
superior officer, le Borgt JoiJUS HouuaW, 64th N. '
Vet Vols., to fall it 0 Uta ranks of his oompany, did w
fully refuse to obey ind did not obey said ordor, and d
openly resist with 1 aas , to obey said order, lu the pre
cuco of other onllil .1 msa. All this at Camp _4thN.
Vet Vois., at Orang >urg, B. 0., on or about tho 9th <_j
ofAufrwat, 1B0S.' 1
STitcii-iOATiOK 2d In this, tbat Private JOHN WI
SON, Co. E, Mth N. f. Vat Vola., when ordered by 1
superior offloer, Li it W_. H. Mx-KBO. Adjutant M
N. Y. Vet Vola., to U in to the ranks of hi? Oornpan
did wilfully refoso t oboy and did not obey said ord?
and did opsnly i_di with arma to oboy aatd ord??., i
thl? it Camp Mth N. Y. Vot. Vols., at Orangebiug. B, C,
on or about tho 9th day of Auyust, 1805.
Specification 3d?In thin, that Private JOHN WIL
.SON, Co. E. 54th N. Y. Vet. Vols., when ordered by his
superior ofliaer, Capt. C. W. Chklivs, 54th N. Y. Vot.
Vols., tu full Into tho ranks of Ids Company, did wilfully
rofust? to obey said order, and bold Capt. C. W. CnEnus,
Commanding G4th N. Y. Vet. Vols., lu opeu resistant?*
with used bayonet. AU lui? ?t C**_>p ?4th N. Y. Vot.
Vols., at Orangeburg, 8. C, on or about tho Oth day of
?* ?gnat, 1805.
To which Charges and Specifications tho accused
pleaded as fallows:
To the Specification ol Charge 1st?"Not Ouiltt."
To CUargo 1st?"Nor Guilty."
To tlee Specification 1st of Charge 2d?"Not Guilty."
To tho Specification 2d of Charge? 2d?"Nor Guilty."
To tho Specification 3d of Charge 2d?"Not Guilty."
To Charge 2d?"Nor Guilty."
The Court, having roitaroly considore?! tho ovidcuce
adduced, find tho accused, tho said Private JOHN WIL
SON, Co. E., 54th N. Y. Vot. Vols., a? follows:
Of the Sp?cification of Charge 1st?"Guilty."
" Of Charge 1st?"GUILTY."
Of the Spoclflcation 1st of Charge 2d?"Not Guilty."
Of tho Specification 2d of Charge 2d?"Guilty," except
ing tho words, "did roslst with arms to obey sakl or
Of tho SpeclttcaHou 3d of Charge 2el?"Guilty."
Of tho Charge 2d?"GuiLTr."
And tho Court does, theref?>re, sonteuce lilm, Private
JOHN WILSON, Oo. E, 6tth N. Y. Vet. Vols., "to bo
confinad at bard labor for the period ol two years, at
suoh placo aft the Commanding General may direct, and
to forfeit to tho United States all pay uow deeo bleu and
to become duo him during tils conftnomont."
I!. The proceedings, findings and sentences lu tho
foregoing cases of Privates JOHN H. SMITH, Co. E,
54th N. Y. Vet. Vols., Private JOSEPH WOOD, Co, E,
64?J N. Y. Vet. Vols., and Private JOHN WILSON, Co. E,
54th N. Y. Vet. Vols., are approved. Tho soutonoos will
bo carrled into execution. Sing Sing, New York States
Prison, is designated as the place of confinement.
Tho prisoners wUl bo forwarded to tho Provost Mar
e_al-Qoncral of this Department, with a copy of this
By command of Brevet Brig.-Geu. W. T. Bsnmktx.
GKO. Vf. HOOKER.
Octobor 24 3 Assistant Adjutant-General.
HDQRS. MILITARY DISTRICT OF CHARLESTON. )
Fi_st Bef?bate Bbioadk, >
CuAM???on, S. C, Octobor 24, 1866. )
(Gekrbal Ordres. No. 110.]
I. BEFORE A GENERAL COURT MARTIAL WHICH
convened at Charloeton, H. 0., pursuant U Special Orders
No. 230, Par. DI, dated Headquarters Military District
of Charleston, Department of South Carolina, First Sepa
rate Brigade, Charleston, S. C., October 2, 1805, aud of
which Major H. A. WITNEY, 33d U. 8. C. T.,is Presi
dent, wero arraigned and tried :
10.?Private LORENZO WHID1NG, Csnipany "E,"
54lh Now York Veteran Volunteers.
"j5?io6?*d??nce of Ordevt."
. Specification : In this, that the said Lorenzo WniDiNo,
Private Company "E," f>4tli Vet. Vols., having beuu or
dered by Ids superior officer, Capt. John N. Fbikdle,
51th New York Vot. Vols., to fall Into tho ranks of his
Company (tho said Capt. John N. Frjedle being in
execution of his ofllcc), did wilfully rcfuso to obey said
ordor, saying "Tho war is over and our timo is out, and
I know Um consequences of disobedience of said ordor,
and I am willing to abide by thorn." ?VU this at Camp
61th New York Vet. Vols., at Orangcburg, S. C on or
about tho 9th day of August, 18(15.
Specification 1st : In this, that Privat?? LoBENZO Whi
dinc, Company "E," Gtth New York V^t. Vols., when
ordered by Ids superior officer, 1st Sergeant Julius
House an, 54th New York Vet. Vols., to fall into tho ranks
of his Company, did wilfully refuse to obey, and did not
obey said ordor, and did openly resist with arms to obey
said order. AU tlds at Camp 64th New York Vet. Vols.,
at Orangeburg, 8. C, ?in or about tho 9th day of August,
Specification 2d : In this, that Private Lobineo Win
niNo, Company "E," 54th New York Vet. Vols., when
orderod by bis suporior officer, Lieut. Via. H. Mehkkb,
Adjutant 54th Now -York Vot. Vols., to faU into the ranks
of his Company, did wilfully refuse to obey, and dldnot
uboy said order, and did openly resist with arms to obey
said ordor, *wltb other enlisted men of tho Company.
All this at Camp 54th Now York Vet. Vols., at Orangc
burg, S. C, on or about tho 9th day of AugUBt, 1865.
Specification 3d : In this, that Private Lobbnzo Will
di?o, Company "E," 54th New York Vet. Vola., when
ordered by his suporior officer, Capt. C. W. Gkslius,
S4th New York Vet. Vola., to fall Into the raDks ol hif
Company, did wilfully refuse to obey said order, and
held Capt. C. W. Coeltub, commanding 64th New York
Vet. Vols., lu open r?sistance with fixed bayonet. All
this at Camp 54th New York Vet. Vols, at Orangcburg,
8. O.I on or about tho 9th day of August, 1805.
To which Charges and Specifications tho accused
pleaded as foUows :
To tho Specification of Charge 1st?"Not Gdi-yy."
To Charge 1st?"Not Guilty."
To the Specification 1st of Charge 2d?"Not Guilty."
To the Specification'2d of Charge 2d?"Not Guilty.'
To the Specification 3d of Charge 2d? 'Not Guilty.'
To Charge 2d?"Not Guilty.
The Court, having maturely considered tho evidence
adduced, find the accused, the ?aid Private Loin szo Wm
anco, Company "?,*' 54th New York Yet. Vols., as
Of tho Spoclflcation of Charge 1st? "Guilty."
Of Charge 1st?"Guilty. "
Of tho Specification 1st of Charge 2d?"Not Ou_/ty.'
Of tho Specification 2d of Charge 2d?"Guilty," ex
ceptlng tho words, "did reifst with arms to oboy sai?!
Of the SpeclAcauou 3d of Charge 2d?"Goilty.*
Of the Charge 2d?"Guilty."
And tho Court does, therefore senteaco him, Private
Lobbnzo Wk_?mo. Company "E," 64tb Now York Vet
Vols., "Tobo confined at hard labor for the period o
two years, at such place as the Commanding douerai ma?
direct, and to forfeit to tho UniUd States Governmen
all pay now duo him and to becomo duo'hlm during hi
II. The ?proceedings, findings and sentence In th
foregoing oase of Private Lobenzo Wuidino, Compan;
"?,*' 54th N. Y. Vot. Vols,, are approved. Tbo sentenc*
will be carriod into oxocutlon. Sing Sing, Nar Yorl
States Prison, is dealgnatod as the place of confinement
The Priaonar wiU be forwarded to tho Provost Mar
slial General of this Department, with a copy of tal;
By oo aunan d of Brevot Brig.-Gcn. W. T. Bufirerr.
GEORGE W. HOOKER,
October 05 8 Assistant Adjutant-General.
HEADQUARTERS, FIRST SUB-DISTRICT, ;
, Mxutabt DMT?:ot or Charleston,
OlZABI?BTON, S. C, October 23, 1805.
[Oenkbal Obdebs, No. 82.]
after the first of november next, no tai
npon trade w_? bo Imposed in this city by tbo Militar,
Anthorltlas except,Upon tho salo of liquors.
By ?order of W, T. Bekkett, Brovet Brigadlor-Gct
Commanding Poat and First Sub-District.
GEORGE S. BURGER,
First Lieut. 54th N. Y. V. V. and A. A. A. G.
October ?. . a
ALLAN & SIDD0NS,
Watches, Clocks, Jewelr?
PULTED WABE, PAKCY GOODS,
No. 80 7 King-Street
OHARLKS-OIV. S. C.
?TAMES ALLAH.......................X. t, 8IDDON
Octobers ;. lmo
JAS. D: BARD, Agent,
M annt-cturcr of Bartl Se ?rothera* K>W Pi?nf
PE V. Ain? - KVCIL C AS ?S,
?XLYEB, BUBBBB AND GOLD PLATliD TEL1
80OPIO PEN OASB8, TOOTH ?'IOKB, it*,,
._ . ?? Maiden Lane, f?e?r York.
Sopto?ber 25 - l 8?o
'LIVE OAK CLUB HOUSE."
No. 33 GEORGE-STREETi
Free bunch nt 11 A. 91. and 9 P. Itf.,
Dinners and Suppers to Order,-?
IN THE LIVE OAK STYLE.
Lodging lbr Gentlemen.
October 19 lmo
OLD SOUTHERN EXCHANGE.
THIS OLD ESTABLISHED AND POPULAR
IS NOW OPEN.
FINE LUI I OIIS
G HOICK S EU A US
AND TUE BOT MEALS TO BE HAD IN CIIARLBt).
TON, is what this placo h?s always been celebrated tor,
and wo ate pledged to keep up tho reputation.
Call and sec for yourself at
No. 125 Meeting-st.
FREE LUNCH AND MUSIC
GIVE t*s A < M.I..
MOTTS' SAMPLE ROOMS.
Ales, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c.
NO. 8 BROAD-STREET. CHARLESTON, 8. C.
jJST FREE LUNCH from 11 till 1 o'clock o-ery day.-??
JOHN MOTT.Vf.V. MOT**.
October 10 . lmo
SERVED EVERY EVENING AT
?HANTS EXCHANGE BAR,
Corner King and Society-Streets*
CORNER KING UND SOCIETY-STS.
THE ABOVE HOTEL HA8 BEEN COMT-ETEL-*
renovatcd and refurnished, and is now open for the pa
tronage of the public, under an entirely new manage-,
A BAR, Ht tod up with the latest And most modern im
provements, is attached* to tho House, whero may always
be found LIQUOR8 of the most superior quality in tue
LIQUOR can bo obtained at the table, arid will also
bo furnished in the rooms at all hours and all day a of
tho week, if desired.
Mr. H. H. PARSONS, formerly connected with the
Pavilion Hotel, is attached to tho Hotel, ami would be
gratified to meet any of his old friends.
tAvrPfl -""*" _iinU-i rivpuiuiun*.
August 24 8mo
THJ8 FIRST CLA83 HOTEL HAS BEEN NEWLY
furnished throughout, and Is now open for the re
ception of guests; KIR?LAND _ CO
October * _ _lmo
WASHINGTON, B. C.
nnHIS LEADING- HOTEL, RENOVATED AND RB
X FURNISHED, is now in perfect order for the ro
eptton and accommodation of Its old patrons.
September 30 3mo
WHOLESALE DRUG HOUSE,
Forinorly of No. ?Ojlliiyae-Strect
JUSt RECEIVED) AND NOW IN STORE
A F?LL 8?PPLY OF
D?ugs, Patent Medicines,
_, AGKSTR FOIl
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS
AND ALL THE PATENT MEDICINES OF THE DAY.
No. 153 MEETING-STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
October 31 but
SLATE! SLATE! SLATE!
WHOLESALE SLATE DEALER?
Sole Agent for the Following Celebrated
BAGLB BI.ATM CO., vunmoisT.
1-KHIOII H I-ATE COm-PENN-YI-VAIS-A.
CHAPMAN SLATE CO., PKN_ST_iVANIA.
Corner lOrn Avenue; and i2*rH-8TnEKT, New
_-aa_NO- Sq?am, B?ffaxo, N. T.
.C'OK NUR ?-AN-LU?I AND WASinHOTON - 8T-XBTB,
/-vUDKUo MAY DE ADDUBSSED TO THE NEW
\J YORK AOENC?. or left at the Hlate Tard of DEM
A11E8T A HUMLY. on East Bay. between Wontuorth
and Hasel-streets, who are tho only Asenta In Charleston
outborlzod to rooslre orders for Slate from tho above
named Quarries. _mos? September 29
S. G. COURTENAY,?
BOOK mSTATIOlRY DEPOT,
A^utli CHAI1?MMMti 6. 0.