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VOLUME II....N0. 206.1
CHARLESTON, S. O., SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 19, 1866.
[PRICE FIVE o^tfTR.
The Daily News.
LAU?.ES I (JIlsCULATlOJi IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
aw THE LIST OF LKTTBBS re
txxulninct In the Postoffloe at the enti
\of ?uuli -weeli Is piahltshed officially
U? THE J3A.IL.Y NBJWS every JrTri
day morn It??.
WASHINGTON, Muy l8.-In the ?. S. Senate, Mr.
StTMN'Ku presented a petition from colored citizens,
aakiug that tho second clauBO of tho ponding
Constitutional amoiidinont bo stricken out and one
substituted for; it, declaring that no Congressmen
from the South bo allowed to sit in tho House o'
Representatives who is not chosen by at least half
of the loyal mon of the district, without rogard to
Ho also prosontod a petition for tho trial of
JEFFERSON DAVIS bj Court Martial, and said in
connection that the trial of DAVIS at Bichmond at
tile present limo would bo ODO of thoao great
comedios which would hereafter excite the derision
of the world.
The petition was roferred to the Committee on
The business of Hie House to-day was mainly
confined to Tax Bille.
Ni'iv York Market.
NEW TOBE, May l8.-Cotton firm, a&les 1800
bales at 36c. per lb.
Raphael Semmel Kot Allownl to Act as
Judge Until ?Pardoned.
MOBIXE, May l8.-The Eoening News publishes
the following order :
.'HR-VDQUABTEnS, DEPARTMENT OF Al.AUVHA, I
May 17, 1866. \
In compliance with instructions from the Presi
dent of tho United Statos, it is hereby directed
that RAPHAEL SEJIMES be not permitted to hold or
exercise tho function of Judge of the Probate
Court of Mobile County, or any other civil or po
litical ofBco of trust while ho remains unpardoned
by the President.
By order Brevet MaJ.-Gan. CHAS. R. WOODS.
A. RAMSAY WININGER,
Assistant Adjutant General."
Judge BOND will perform the duties of tho office
in-the mean time.
Connell of I*, otestmat Kpl.copal Claurcli,
WASHINGTON, May 16.-Tho Alexandria Council
of the Protestant Episcopal Church met at Saint
Paul's Church to-day. Bishop Johns- probided.
Upwards of one hundred members were present.
No t-peoial basiuess was done. General W. N.
Pemberton, l&to of tho Confederate army, is one
of tho ministers.
?Election of a Senator.
NEW HAVEN, May 16 -The House balloted to
day for Unitrd States Senator with the following
result ?-O. 8. Ferry, 132; It. D. Hubbard, 93; L.
8. Fostor, 7; ThoinuaH. Seymour, 1. The Senato
The Citolera In Sew York.
NEW YOBK, Muy 16.-The Health Officfr states
that since his last report no additional case nor
death from cholera bad occurred on the hospital
ship. AU well on board the Virginia and Illinois
Confederaste Money-Xhc LowerMlsstsslppi.
NEW OHLEANB, May 15.-Tho Supreme Court
refuses to entertain the appeal from tho decision
against Confederate mouoy loans ?nd mortgages.
The river is fallin;;. Tho flood Las not reached
the Opelousas Railroad. It is believed Opclousas
' and Teche co ?utios will bo spared.
The cotton reports from ?uach?a are unfavor
N w ORLEANS, May 15-Cotton stlffur; 1503 bales low
middlings at B3 to 31c; receipts to-day, 360 b.ilea; re
ceipts this week. 3JUS lulus, ag-inst 31*7 last week; ex.
Sorts, 989; stock on lund, JG7.3G0 tales. Corn-G cents
earer; ?ales at W.o. Hay- $22 M. Pork-$33. Gold
130,'i; sterling 41.
CiHrisNAxi,MBy 15 -FLOUB- Usthor firmer, with a
moderate^ rlomaurl. Superfino 0 to (0 60. Wheat in
moderate demand. No. 1 red sold at $2 40, and No. 2
at $2 20. Corn and Oata unchanged and steady. Bye,
?0 to 85c. Wbltkey du.l, %2 23 lu bond, and $2 20, duty
PROVISIONS -Mess p rkdull; held at $31, but buyers
Offer $31 50 to 31 75, and active ; there la an active de
mand for bulk meats, but they are held >4'c higher;
shoulders sold at 13c; picked sides at 1 bj? ; loose bacon
shoulder* sold at Ho; paokedaud clear ?Idea, 19; about
95,000 lbs were sold, delivered at Chicago, at 12 to 15c
for speculator?; loose sides in moderst? demand at 22c.
LINHEKD Oin-Advanced to $L 65.
OBIO?OO, May 15-Floor dull Wheat unsettled ?and
Irregular, opening at $1 70 to $1 71, and fall .aubso
?uently to $1 68 ? $1 07, and closed st about $1 G8>i ;
io 2 steady at $1 19. Oo'n Arm at ?l Vic tot No 1, snd
47 to ?Bo for No 2. Osts steady at 82Vi to 33>Xc. Pro
vision? firm. Freights ateady. Receipts-10,000 bbls
flour, 181,000 bushels wheat, and 43 000 bushels corn.
Shipment*-7600 nbls floor, 19,000 bushels wheat, 171,000
Bushels corn, and 60,000 buahels oats.
ST. LOUIS, May 16.-Flour and Wheat dull and un
changed. Corn advanced to 85 ?7 6c. O -ta quiet at 41?
47c. Pork, Bacon, Lard aud Whlvkey unchanged. Cot
PmXADKtaPHiA, May 15.-Petroleum dull and drooping
at 25 to 25He for crude; 12c lor refined in bund, and 6b
to 62o for refined freo, flour very dull; imperil no $7 75
to $8 60; ext?a $8 76 to $10. Wheat quiet; red $2 45 to
$1 76; white uiiohangod. Corn qui ?t; yel ow 83 to 85o.
Sugar-Cuba 10,,-4' to lOJ^o. Prov ?lonsquiet; pork, new
mess $31. Lara firm at23c Whiskey unchanged.
[Front the Neia York Newt, May 15.]
A card appeared in certain of tho city journals
on Saturday, over tho aigiutdre of "JJ. O. Stan
ley," rolled ing upon tho editor of this paper. We
hope, for tho sake of the ronutution of journal
ism, that th9*pui)lioatii>iiof this card was through
carelesanoss ou the part or subordinates in tho-e
establishments, and wis without. Hie knowledge of
the rospofasiblo editut1. ....-.*
No r, gentlemen of tim press, what if Levi Colo,
Chautfcey Johnson, or Probst, the Philadelphia
murderer, should address to uu a card iudirectly
reflecting upon your oharaotor, think you that we
would permit its publication in the columns of the
Daily News? We have too much respect for our
Tooation to assist in rtndoriug it a vehiole for giv
ing publicity to tho aland?ra of auch despicable
outcasts of aooioty; and we must confess that we
aro surprised thit you should have boon BO nogli
gont as not to have avoided the prostitution of
your journals to the service of a branded eccuu
OiiKSTEn.-The Cheater, ti. 0., Standard, or the
17th, brings us the following:
Two unsnoceaafnl attempts were made last week
to offocteutrauoo into stores on Main-atreot. The
aooaoTlreld were fired upon, but unfortuuately
A very intoreating lillie son of Mr. John Johnson
waa drownod on tho 10th inat, near Lewis' Turn
Oat. The bereaved pirents have the sympathy of
tho ontir?! ojaimuuity.
Doctor Sim anil Cla-lora.
2b the Editor of the Daily Netos .*
Sin: In our roviow o? Dr. SIMS"pamphlet on
Cholera, in your issiio of tho 11th inst., wo cn
doavored to show that tho author had recommend
ed for general uso with Ibopooplo, medicinal com
pounds ompirioal and dangerous ia charaoter, nud
that ho had boon onrelcps and unscientillo iu his
modo of conveying tho instruction!* ofiorcd. His
reply, in your ?HSUC of the 17th, has in ?io wise
chaugod our opiuion. Tho first effort in this roply
is to frighten us ?ith tho namo of WILLIAM Arc
KtNj M. D., Edinburgh, Profoaeor in tho Army
Medical School, Corresponding Member of a long
string of Imperial Societies, Pathologist to the
Military Hospitals, <Jcc, &c. Wo aro as little
moved as wo wore, upon reading tho title-pago to
tho pamphlet on Cholera, to find that the author
was THOMAS SIM, M-. I)., and Licentiate of tho Col
legcv?f Physicians and Surgeon??, Glasgow, Special
Health Officer, Department of South Carolina and
Goorgia, etc. * ,
We have shown that tho titles or tho latter
author were no guaranteo of the correctness or
purity of his English, and that (hoy did not pro
vent his using tho nominative in lieu of tho geni
tal (see formula* in pamphlet) when indulging in
a Latin prescription. So it may bo, that tho titles
of the former aro not Bynonymous with infallibili
ty of judgment, and that they do not constitute
tho individual a medical authority, from which
there is no appeal. We say this with no intention
al disparagement of Dr. AITKEN or bia book. Wo
acknowledge tho author as high authority, al
though we do remember reading in his book a
chapter upon yellow fever, which exhibited views
altogether unsound upon the pathology and treat
ment of the disease. But this endeavor to adduce,
authority for the use of chlorodyne, is only a "iuo
thrown io the whale.'' In our criticism, we did not
deny the possible utility of chlorodyne in certain
diseased conditions. Wo sim ply characterized ita?
an unscientific, dangerous and empirical nostrum.
Orthodox physicians will often resort to such agents
in an experimental way. If Dr. AITKEN and otho m in
England chooao to outer the lists with the London
quacks, who are even now disputing as to what id
chlorodyne,- (soo advertisements in the Medical
Times and Gazelle for thiB year), wo certainly
shall not follow their example. We fully agroe with
tho high authority of the editor of tho journal re
ferred to. In his issue for January, 18G6, he says, em
em phatically, " We never prescribed it (chlorodinc)
ourselves, and never shall." It is legitimate to ailinn
that every nostrum ever invented may have ita ap
plicability. We are nob surprisod, then, at Dr.
AITKKK'S reporting favorably upon the efficiency
of chlorodyne in certain cases of irritable stom
ach. It has only now occurred to Dr. SIM, in his
reply to the review of his artiole, to say that ho
prescribed the ohlorodyne "for the purpose of
preventing cramps, chocking tho vomiting, and
allaying irritation of the stomach." In his pam
phlet the artiole was simply ordered to bo given
"on the first appearance of the 'nee-wa tor' dis
chtrrges." The stomach scorned to givo him no
ooncorn, for the remedy was pressed on every
hour, "in half a tumbler of water, or chamomile
or mint tea." Did Dr. SIM got this idea also from
Dr. An-KEN'S book, or does ho there find his prac
tice supported? ,
Wo objected to the uso of chlorodyne by the
people mainly because of it containing a fall por
tion of hydrocyanic acid. Poisons aro ofton given
as remedial agonts, but these should bo prescribed
only when the physician can noto their effect?.
With any powerful ngent we aro prudently en
joined, by all good authority, to begin with a min
imum done, and watch tho result beioro resorting
to increased quantities. The euicoptibilitiua of
individuals differ so much, that a do-so that ia re
medial for one may pi ove poisonous with anothor.
It ia tho true physician'a duty to ascertain tilia
susceptibility, and lo feel his way ia tho troatniont
In regard to moat of tho so-called poiaonoua
medicinal agents, tho doao ia so apportioned in
the prescription that a littlo iucreaso of it, through
carolessness or mistake on the part of the patient
or nurse, would ?eldon? dillinger lifo or produce
soiiius conaoquencus. Thus it ia that laudanum
and chloioform and inorphina and sugar of lead
aro overy day used with impunity. The case is
vastly different where hydrocyanic acid is tho
agent proscribed, and particularly when it is or
dered in tho full dose of two drops. ,Tho size and
formation of the mouth of the phial from which
the article is dropped may so determino the quan
tity given as to poison tho patient. To ailinn,
then, that chlorodyne can bo as safety trusted in
the hands of the pcoplo as laudanum or chloro
form or sugar of lead, exhibits either an ignorance
of the relative potenoy of these drug?, or a reck
lessness in tboir uso, which should not pertain to
a praotical physician.
But Dr. 1-M has just become-p-sosaod of the
triumphant argument In favor of the safety and
utility of chlorodyne. The wife of a clergyman
at Paris has. administered this airent in "sixty
cases of choUsra, all of whom recovered !" The
remedy then can bo given with safety by a wo
man, and can successfully combat tho disease.
This is the argument. With all of our prejudices
and fear*, wo would willingly entrust the article
with an intelligent femalo nurse. We havo not
forgotten Miss NIOUTIKOALE; nor, indeed, the
many prudent women upon whom wo every day
roly in our ooaling with the sick. But does Dr.
8IM expect eycry.cholera pitiont in Carolina and
Georgia to havo tho benefit of an intelligent female
to carry out his directions ?
In regard to the reported cure of tho sixty cases
of cholera, wo are skepticnl. Wore this talo true,
and had such a boon been discovered in chloro
dyne, already wo should have heard tho shout of
thankfulness and triumph ovor thia broad earth.
The remedy, we fear, has accomplished too much.
When time enable? us to be as credulous as Dr.
SIM in regard to these sixty oases, wo shall thank
God, abandon our prejudices, and render fall ac
knowledgment to the health ofllcer who has
affordod us his watohful care. But Dr. SIM,
after enlightening us with the wondorful rosults
of chlorodyno at Paris, suddenly deserts the
clergyman's wife-suddenly drops tbo newly dis
co*'.red boon, and tells na that ho clines
to tho Hydroch orate of .^Amm-jitia as the
shoot-ancInsr in tho treatment of the dis
ease. And this opinion is basod upon an
oxp?iionoo commenced in Hay, 1832. Why has
not Dr. 8IM previously onlightened tho profas.
sion ? and why was ho not sent to Constantinople?
Dr. Six accuses us of ignorance of the fact that
"thoriaoa. is commonly used by physicians in
their proscriptions to signify moiassos or .rea
ole." We p'oal guilty to tho ch.tr_e. Wa were
awaro that in Great Britain "thcriactt" waa used
as synonimous with treacle, and KO far alluded to
tho matter as to offer an explanation of the fact
in our review. As wo know, however, that pl\ysi
cians in this country never used the term in pre
scriptions, wo criticized and coiidoinncd tho illo.:i
t?nate uso made of it by Dr. Bui in writing n, pop
ular treatise, and ventured to assert that his pre
scription would puzzlo tho druggists. Since the
Dr. has thought proper to impute to us igno
rance for tho expression of thi-i opinion, wo desire
to refer lum to tho subjoined testimony of three
of our most efficient druggists. These gentlemen
woro educated in Europe, and for this reason we
havo nought their opinion. Wo intend no dis
paragement to tho "many" with whom Dr. HIM
has convorscd, and who are satisfied with his
Our incidontal allusion to tho torm "suspension
of urine," Dr. S. has bien pleased to notice, and
to insist upon the correctness of tho expression be
cause it was moant to "expresa tho fact that tho
functions of tho kidneys aro suspended." Wo
can very well understand a suspension or arrest
of function;'but a "suspension" of urino within
tho body is something now to us. Where Micro is
no urino in the bladder, there surely can be none
socroted, or, if thoro is, wo would like Dr. S. to
designate tho euBpousion apparatus. But if the
Doctor maintains that this oxprossion is not au
"error" in his production, ho muet coucedu it to
bo a "merit." Now, as ho disclaims generously
all tho merits of his treatise, he must bo kind
enough to aBsigu this expression to some one
"holding a high position as a teacher in tho
medical world." Our conversion to his view may
possibly be brought about if he will refer us to
authority oven less ancient than ". GALEN. '
Tho following noto was addressed to the three
Druggists, referred to above ;
Om.ni.EHT IN, May 17th, I860.
DEAR Sin :-Bo kind enough to inform mo, if,
during your oxperionco as a Druggist in this
country or in Europe, you have- known the torm
" Tnertiica" commonly used by physicians in their
prescriptions to signify it "Treacle" or "MOIHBHOS."
CHABLESTON, May 17tb, 18GG.
In reply to your inquiry I would state that tho
torm " Theriaca" ia, as far as my experience goes,
nover employed to signify M?lasses or Treacle.
If a prescription was presented to mo with " The
riaoa" as one of the iugrodionta, I would suppose
tbat the " Electuary of Theriaca" (a weak prepa
ration of opium) was intended.
llespecTully, A. W. ECKEL.
Ti GALEN .
CHABLESTON, May 17, 18GG.
DEAR Sin : I would respectfully state, in reply
to your note, that tho torm "tboriao" is not oom
monly used by physicians, either in this country
or in Europe, to signify treacle or molasses; and I
would invariably use the "Electuary of Theorie" in
compounding a recipe wherein "tberiao" is pre
Yours, etc., C. F. PANKNIN.
OH ABLE?TOW, May l8, 1866.
DEAR SIB :-lu reply to your noto in regard to
the article Theriac, I wonld state that, iu my ex
perience of forty years in Europe and this place,
the article has al vaya been known to me as an
aromatic con feet inn containing opium; and I
would not use that in a prescription, if molasses
bad been ordered theroiu.
Yours very respectfully,
A. O. PHIS.
Tlic National Express Company.
[a"/-.)?! Baltimore Gazette.]
The National Express and Transportation Com
pany has ititi" du ;ed into its lm.?i.ieas a novel and
very important feature, by which large additional
security is guaranteed to all shippers of money
and valuable packages. It has effected arrange
ments with a number of leading In.-ui auco Com
panies, piincipally in Now York, euch as tho Sun,
Hoourily, Manhattan, Metropolitan, and Pheonix,
by which the cniiro oontents of tho money chest:?
of tho Express Company uro insured against com
mon carriers's risk. In addition to tho liability of
the O'mi puny for all losaes, the thipper has, there
fore, the further security of theso weli-;.nown In
surance Companies, whose capital and-surplus
assets rcpiosciit a total valuo of a bout 515,01)0,000,
and who, liy the transportation policies now issued,
placo themselves, in fact, in tlio stead of the Ex
press O iiupany, and bind themselves to ni A
gooil all losetJ f'.r which it, as comm on" carrier,
can bo held responsible.
The policios of (ho several companies under
writing the rii?k generally cover au amount of
$50,000 oach. The aggregate amount covered hy
any ouo risk is $500,000. But as the risUs are gene
rally of short duration, and are constantly re
peated, this gives but a laint idea of the" m igui
tudo of the proposed insurance. It is no unusual
thing, for money alone, to tho amount of $500,001?.
to be transported at one time to New York, aud
a similar amount may very easily be coming at
the same timo in an opposite direction, while
large amounts may also be in transitu between
Baitimoro and Richmond, or Cincinnati, or be
tween Cincinnati and Chicago, or St. Louis. It
will rnadilr bo understood, therefore, that a risk
of t5t>0,000, which is constantly repea in? itself,
in some instaucossoveral times a day ? the same
route, may very easily swell up to a I... go amount,
and it is not at nil an extravagant assertion to
make, that a first-olaaa Expresa can very easily
do business under such a policy or policies to the
amonnt of $50,000,000 per annum. ?
Aa an insurance operation it certainly promises
to be one of a magnitude hitherto unknown. The
idoa waB conceived by tho-National Express and
Transportation Company, for the purpose of in ?
spiring confidence from the start in the friends of
the company by offering to all shippers of money
or valuables a urge and undoubted socurity, such
as could be offurod by no other singlo company.
Tho scheme was carried out aud the arrangements
finally perfected by our well-known Insurance
Agent, Mr. Thomas D. Johnston, who acts aa
agont for the Iusuranco Companies, underwriting
tho risk, and to whom the Expross Company
makes its returns. The Insurance premium is
Cn ii by the Express Company out of its receipts,
o charge whatever being made for tho additional
security thus provided.
? . m
?, Mobile Items,
Wo condenso the following from the Tribune of
tho I5th :
"A riot occnrrol iu Mobile on Monday afternoon
last, among tho negroes at the African Church.
Some 300 or 400 negroes hid mat thom to appoint
a dolegate to go to Washington, to represent the
interest.-! of the discharged negro soldiers, in the
matter of recovering lor them thoir bounties.
TIioy eoon quarrollod and broke up in & row. The
diaoussion was continued in tho street, in a very
angry and excited manner. A negro named Bai
ler fired into tho crowd, tho ball taking effect in a
froodmsn. The ofiicera of the police now carno
and arrested Butlor after considerable, trouble
fever al negroes interfered with the officers, and
brickbats filled the air; knives and clubs were
nourished freely, and a negro follow named lins
ter mid?! a dash at oflluur EOWLEB with a hugo
bowie knife. A largo negro named Amzi Brown,
osma to Fowi.i-.ii'.', relief, knocked Bris ter down and
soon after he too waa a prisoner and locked np in
the guard house. Tho officers compliment Amzi
B. own v<-ry highly for bia behavior on the occa
sion, and say but for him Fowutu would cortainly
have been killed. Brown also aided to restoro
order in tho orowd and maka arreata of other tur
bulent, spirit?. The man mot in the crowd was
not expected to livo."
A "steam dyer" in Mobile hoads bia advertise
ment: "Iao Pauvre Diable! Who li vea to dye. and
dyoj to lit? 1" -
BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL. J
Our dates from tho North by last night'n mail
are to the 16th.
Tho Associated Press dispatches to tho New
York journal?}, datod the loth, contain tho follow
TUI: a__a_I courus ACT. "
The President has approved tho bill amending
nu tot relating to Illa habeas corpus and rcguli
ting judicial proceedings in certain casca, and ap
proved in ?Wurdi, l,Sil;l. It is therefore la?'.
It provides" that overy se ireh, Misate, arreet
or iiupriui'iiiuent nindi-, or nny act? dune, or omit
ted to bo done, during tho rebellion, by an Oflloei'
or person under, and t?y virtuo of any order, writ
ten or verb ii, general or epecial, ??sued hythe
President or Secretar}' of War, or hy any military
officer Of the United bt.io H holding tho command
of I ho department, ili-tr?et or place, wherein such
seizure, search, arrest 01 inipri.-otniieut waa made,
dune, or omitted to bo done, either by the person
or officer to whom tho order was aUdrcaacd, or
for whom it HMH intended, or hy any < ther peraon
aiding or aaei.-?ling him therein, ?hall be held and
ure hereby declared to como within tho purviu?
of the fourth and fifth scctious of tho said act of
March B, '803, for ill tho purposes of defem-o,
transfer, appeal or limitation provided therein.
Hut no ouch order shall, by force of this act, or
tho act to which this ia au amendment, Lea de
fence to any suit or action for any a -t douo or
omitted to bo done after the passage of this ant.
When tho said order ia in ?riling it shall bo suffi
cient v-j.produce in evidence tho original with
proof of its authenticity, or a certified copy of
tho fame; or if sint by telegraph, tho production
? f the telegram purporting to emanate Iroru auch
military officers, shall bo prima fac?* evidence ot
ita authenticity; or if the original of such order
or telegram is lost or cannot be produced, secon
dary evidence thereof shall bo admissible as in
other casts. Th? right of removal from the
State Court into the Circuit Court of the Unitod
Slates may bo exercised after the appearance of
tho defuudaiit and tho filing of his plea or other
defence in said court, at any term of said court
subsequent to the temi when the appearance
is entered, and beforo a jury is impanueled
to try the same. But nothing herein con
tained shall bo held to abridge the right of
such removal arter final judgment in the State
Const, nor shall it be necossary in the State
Conrt to offer or give surety for the finding of
copies in tho Unitod States Circuit Court. But on
tho filing of tho petitions verified, as provided in
?aid fifth scctinu, the further proceedings in the
late Court shall cease, and not to be icsumed un
til a certificate, under tho soal of the said Circuit
Court of the United State-?, stating that the peti
tioner has failed to file copies in tho H ?.iii Circuit
Court fit tho ut-xt term, ia produced. If the State
Court shall, notwithstanding' the perforinufloo of
all things required for tho removal of the case to
the Circuit Court, prO-ed further in said caine
or prosecution beforo said cei tilica to ia produced,
then in that case all each further proceedings
t-hall be Void and of no effect; and all parties,
judges, officers and other peiBona, thenceforth
proceeding thereunder, or by color thereof, shall
be liable in damages therefor to the party aggriev
ed, to bo recovered by an action in a Court of the
State having proper jurisdictiou, or iti a Circuit
Court of the United States for the district in
which Biich further proceedings may havo beru
had, or whore tho party, officer, or other persona
of-ndiug shall bo found, and upon a recovery of
damages in cither Court tho party who is plaintiff
shall be entitled to double coat J.
It is made tho duty of the Clerk of the State
Court to furnish copies of the papers and filos in
tho case to the paru so p*>tit-uing f >r the remo
val; and upon the refusal or neglect, of tho clerk
to furnish such copies, the said party may docket,
ttio case in the Circuit Court o the United Stutts,
aud thereupon said Circuit Court shall have juris
diction therein, and may, upon proof of such re
fusal or* neglect of the clerk of the State Court,
and upon ro.Bona;?!e noiicc being given to the
plaintiff requiring him to tile a declaration or pe
tition therein, ana upon bia default may order a
non-suit and dlainiaa the case at the cutt of- the
plaintiff, which dismissal shall boa bar to any fur
ther suit touch-g the matter in controversy.
MAXIMILIAN ANO AMCBlCAN COXMBRCl*.
The President sent a mo-sago to tho House to
day, inclo?iug u report from the Secretary of the
Treasury in answer to a resolution requesting in
formation concerning thudiacrimiuatioua made by
the so-called Maximilian Government of Mexico
against American commerce Tiom particular Auit
The Secretary incloses a copy of a communica
tion of tho 7ih of January laot from the Collector
of Custom? of the port uf Brownsville Texas, in
which (hu Secret-y t?uys men ti-m ia made ol' _n
order promulgated" iu tho city of Matamores,
Mexico, a few ?lays boforo tho dato of tho letter,
to tho elieel that all gooda going to Browuav Hu
from that city, or coming to Matamoras from
Brownsville, should pay full duties. This order is
re-pi-. HUM ed to bo in conflict with tho policy
which, for flvo years, had been recognized in that
section, under which all gooda entering Mati.
moraa were free of duty, being subject thereto
only when sold to RO into tho iuteri?ir of Mexico,
or having entered Matamoras, as they were ex
ported to a foreign country, they are sai I to have
been uubjoct to one-quarter of the full duties. As
the order referred to is alleged not to extend to
Bagd&d, Mexico, the Collector conaidered its ob
ject to bo a discrimination against the trade of
I5rownsvill?, but he fails to state by what author
ity, whether purely local or otherwise, it was pro
The Collector, in bia letter, saya: The reason of
this order is pure anger and fear that Brownsville
will do all iho bnainess of Mexico, as it-did before
the war. They hope, by a decree against Browns
ville to force all the trade through their port, and
put all the freights fn their own hands. The
working of the decree is as they hoped. No busi
ness can be doue at Brownsville, as tho whole
trado of Brownsville is with Mexico. Of course,
all trade is paralyzed. There is, he saya, one
mode of redress wbioh would havo the immediate
effect of showing them that the rulo will work
both ways. An order from the Secretary ef the
Treasury to the Collector* of ?he ports of New
Orleans, Qalvoaton, aud Indlanola not to clear
any vessels for the ports of Hagdad or Matamoros,
Mexico, until you had laid tho matter before the
authorities at Mexico, would oauaa consternation
at Matamoras, as they draw all their supplies of
corn, hay, lard, flour, and, in-fact, nearly all gro
ceries from the?-? cities. The cities of T?mpico
and Yera Cruz would thon do all the business of
the- interior of Mexico, and San Antonio, Texan,
the trade of Chihuahua, while this plaoo would
feed all the Bio Orando valley.
In just-u to many of the prominent nu reliants
of Matamoras, the Collector states that they aro
entirely oppose I to this decree, whilo others in
terested in tho promotion of Uagdad aro the ori
The President also sont a mossago to Congress
inclosiux a copy of tho correapondenco between
tho Secretary of State aud the ucting Charge
d'Ai-irs of the United States at Guayaquil, in the
itcpiiblio of Ecuador, from which it appo.irs that
tho Government of that Republic bas failed to pay
thu first instalment of tho award of tho Commis
sioners, under the Convention bot ween tue United
States and Ecuador, o? the .25th of November,
1W2, which installment was due on the 17th or
Feoruary last. As debts of tbib character, from
one Government to another, aro justly rogurdud
as of a peculiarly sacred character, and as further
diplomatic measures are not, in this inatanc?*,
likely to bo t>uccosBful, the expediency of author
izing other proceedings, in case they should ulti
mately prove to bo indidponsable, is submitted to
the consideration of Congress.
THE INDIO-IKNT OP JEFUURSOM 1>.?TVI8.
All the lawyers who havo read the indiotmont
against Jefferson Davis, including several emi
nent members of the Bar who aro members of
Congress? say that it ia drawn in an exceedingly
lame manner, that it is fall of defects and weak
points; and that no conviction for treason can be
secured under it.
Toe Badloala in ?Congress, however, are aotivelv
engaged iu throwing all kinds of obstacles in the
way or a trial before the civil courts.
To-day. iu tit? Sen ?tv, Mr. Trumball, from Iii.
Judiciary, reported a bill to change the place and
'timeof holding United States courts in Virginia.
It changes the placo (rom Norfolk to Richmond,
ami provides that the time for commencing court
.??..tona shall bo tho first Mondays in May and
A provision giving tho Cliiof Justico powers to
c.ill special i-ef?ioiin was stricken out, and tho bill
as thus anioi.dod was passed. This postpone s the
trial at once from Juno to December, and in the
meantime the It ?diculs hopo that .Mr. Da vi** Mill
die in prison, as ho is quito likely tn do if his c .il
lili? mont is protracted that linn:. It is understood
that tho House Judiciary Committee will noon re
port u bid for tho trial of Jifferson Davis by a mil
itary tribunal for alleged acts in viola!ion of the
inniges of warfare, and for direct complicity in the
assastiuation of Lincoln. Tho report UjUf ready,
together with a vast maus of what they call evi
dence, and which they say is ample to convict and
It is how said that tho idoa of a recess has boen
aba- doned, and that Congress will continue in
tieHtdon until October. There is no prospect that
tho business of the session can bo completed be
foro August or September. Many of the raembeis
are getting leave of abeonco for a few weeks, and
will tako a brief holiday and then return. In ibis
way there can always bo enough membora on baud
to constitute a quorum.
THE COLOBADO VETO.
Tho President's Acting Private Secretary, Col.
Coopor, delivered to tho Sonato to-day a message
in writing, containing tho objection?! of the Presi
dent to tho bill for the admission of Colorado into
the Union as a S'ate. This announcement created
some little aurprieo, asan nnauthonticatcd rumor
Just previously prevailed that the bill had been
approved. Later in the afternoon an effort was
msdo to proceed with the consideration of the
mossage, but the majority proferrod to tako au
early start with it to-morrow. It was not for
mally laid before tho Senate, and therefore not
read. For this reason the message oannot now
bo proaouted to tup country.
But it was privately perused by several Sona
tors, who say it takes tho ground that the erec
tion of Colorado as a State is at present unneces
sary for the welfare of tho pcopls. Nor is it
clearly established that the majority desire or are
propared for such a chango. The population is
insufficient, and has diminished rather than in
creased. In addition te these and other romona,
it is stated, the President says : Caution should
bo exercised in tho admission of now States, and
especially as eleven of tho t?tatoa are now without
a representation, and all should bo consulted as to
who shall become members of tho Union.' V
I iilvcr.liy of VI ?fil?ala.
Tho following is a list of the Faculty, Officer*,
and Instructors of tho University :
B. MAUPIN, Chairman of the Faculty.
" LITBBABT AND SCIENTIFIC SCHOOLS.
Basil L. O i Ide releo ve, Ph D., Professor of An
M. Schelo de Vere, LL.D., Professor of Modern
Charles S. Venable, Trofessor of Mathematics
Francis H. Smith, A.M., Professor of Natural
8. Mau pin, MD., Professor of Chemistry.
William H McGuffjy, D.D., LL.D:, Professor of
George Fred. Holmes, LL.D., Professor of His
tory and General Literature.
Honry Howard, M.D., Professor of Medicine.
Janie? L. Cahill, ?U.D., Professor of Physiology
John titaigo Davis, MI)., Professor of Anatomy,
Materia Medica aud Botany.
S. Maupiu, MD., Professor of Chemistry and
' J. Edgar Chancellor, M.D., Demonstrator of
? LAW SCHOOL.
John B. Minor, LL.D., Professor cf Law.
\ William Wortenbaker, Secretary "to the ??'acuity.
Bov. J. S. Lindsay, Chaplain.
Crawford II. Toy, A.M., Licentiate Teacher of
Ancient and Modern Languages.
James IL Garnett, A.M., Licentiate Teacher of
G. Lanza, Hr., Licentiate, Teacher ol Modern
A. Smead, Licentiate Teacher of Mathematics.
. a ? ? -
THE following, concerning General JOHNSTON,
will bo road with interest:
At a meeting of tho Alabama and Tonuceseo
River Railroad on Frid-iy last, tho llth, at Selma,
Qeneral Joseph E. Johustou was elected Prisident
without oppjaitiou. Tho Si-lu?a Times thinks his
acceptance of the position may be confidently ex
A resolution was adopted to increase Ihh ?uilary
of tho Prosiileut at the discretion of tho Direct
ory, proviajed it should not bo less than ?GuOO a
For the Army, for the Navy, and
for Every One.
The wor'd la so inundated now Kith medicines of
every description which are warranted cures for every
known and unknown aperan of disease, that the sufferer
flud? it almost Impossible to I'lstlngulsh between good
and bad. 8omo of these wonderful fluids profcGS to
cure every complaint known to the Materia Medica. In
speaking of HosTETTra's Birr EUH, wp refer to a p-epara
lion which limits Itself to on? department of the body
the stomach-tho irregularities and disordera of which
it not only claims to cure, bul docs. Its reputation has
become woild-wido, and from the Pacific to the Atlantic,
in both hemispheres, and in evtry latitude? and I'M, it
is known and etuplo? ed as a lemedtcal agent.
Pi ra on? who have been repeal edly deceived, perhsp?,
csunot be convinced that Hostetter's Bitters will effect
sure, rapid, and permanent cures But this assertion
is continued by testimonial letters from the most dis
tinguished men lu tao country. AU who have once
used these Bitters keep them now by their side as s
safeguard, bel le vin- that "an ounce of pr? volition is bot
tor than a pound of cure."
The digestive orgat ? which have boen violated and
prostrated by eicteslv? or Irregular Jndulgenco of appe
tite, ?111 be restored to their nora al condition by tho
use of this wonderful m--Aiclnt.-Dotton Traveller.
ear A MODERN .MIRACLE I-FROM OLD AND
yout.g, from rirh sod poor, from high-born and lowly,
comes the universal voice of prslse for
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RENBWER.
It Is a perfect sod miraculous article. Cure? baldness
Mokes hair grow, A better dressing than any "oil" or
"pomatum." Softens brash, dry and wiry hair lntc
Beautiful Silken Treaties. But, above all, the great.
woudtr Is the rapldltjr with which It rectores UltA?
HAIU TU IT? OKIOllTAL COLOR.
Use it a few tim?-?, aud
.? I'll I?TO. CR A HOE I
the whitest and wornt looking hair resumes Its youthen
beauty. It does not dye the hair, but strikes r.t the root,
and tills it with new Ufa ami coloring matter.
It will not take s long, dlssgreesblo trial to prove tli?
truth of this? m alter. The first application will do good ;
you will see tho NATURAL COLOR returning a?, or j
BEFORE ?OU KNOW IT,
the old, gray, discolored appearano? of the hair M ill bt
gone, giving placo to lustrous, shining, aiad bountiful
Ask for Hsll's Sicilian Hair Ronewer; no other article
Is st all like it In effect. You will find it
CHEAP TO BOY, PLEA8ANT TO TBX,
and SURE TO DO TOU GOOD.
Thara aro many imitations. Bo sure you procure th?
gouuine, manufactured only by
R. P. UalaL k CO., Nashua, N. H.
?lot sala oj ah druggista Wholesale oy
KIMO At ?ASSIDKV,
March 9_slyr'_ Charleston.
?W-E?TATB REBECCA L. D. FRAZER, DE
OEaSID.-AU parsons having any demands against asid
Estate will render the same, ?.tested, within Um o pre
scribed by law. and all those Indebted wlU make pay
ment to . MOSa.4 WHlTBlUDaE,
liar 5 s3 ..Qnal.J.d Uicuoc.
MA UKI KO,
In thlB elly, on the? 7lh lin.ta.it, at tim r, Mclei?ce of Iho.
?r?o??8 T?v 7,'.b,', n'c'v', ,:- IM-WCMtW. Captain.
?i-.V.'.'Si*- ____?_ *" Norfolk. Vu., to IIZZIE
MULLANL-, ?-1.I.BI laughlrr of the late Cart. 1?. MUNEI>
TY, of Savai-ah, Ga. '
On Tucs.lay evening, the, i5t)l tirant, bs Bar. J. T
.A KIIITMAN. 1, r. A A. BYLVtBl Kit. ol ? "iuiul.la. 8. C.
ana MISH LAURA O., eld. at daughter ..1 Mio late A. L
MIOHKI,, cf this elly.
At ll.'iufiirt. N. 0.. April 24th. W p,.v ._-" j?,.,._
J. 1'OUOLAH WE8TEUV, I.U\ of _W_?v' su t" Ml?
BUZA SlYliON, ol' Boralurt, N. ?;. ' *
#.*- Tfce ReletlVM UIKI Prtend? ot Mi
WILLIAM F. ltO-38 aro respecl-Uy Invited to attona
bia Fi-*?cral 8er**.ce i at St. Patrick's Church, This Morn
ing, tit Ulna o'clock. . May ig
DIED. In this elly. Muy lliu ntl,. |"00 rf nr0D8
PAUL UKUWN, Hccund.fouof I) Jj i!_ \t V IEHA?
n.v, aged 14 years and atfdayt. "d M- ?* McAl
Howeliort tlie race our PALL lia? rua
Cut dow lu all li in hinom;
Tho courae but yesterday began
Now finished lu tho t_ib.
Hear how ?ho LoTd reveals His eruce
Thy youtblul lovo to gain : '
The aoul that early reeks my foo
Shall never auek lu valu. ?
air CENTRAL PUESBYTEHIAN CHUKCH.
Tho Evening Service at tho Citadel Church will novr
liotumenco at 8 o'clock Seats ino. Sulject of Dis
course To-morrow Evening- ?'Doo? tun Libio contradtot
Science " 1
jJ_r_piU*HAN HOUSE OHAPEL-T-B Hjav
LUCIUS CUTHBERT, of the Citadel Fquare Baptist
Church, will perform Divine 8orvico lu this Chapel, To
morrow Afternoon, 20th Inst., at half-past 4 o'clock.
May 19 j
tar CONGREGATION BETH ELOHIM_THE
Members of this Congregation aro heroby iiotl?ed that
tho arljournod mcotlcg which was ordorcd to bo held on
the 20th lnst., has boen postponed unUl 8uuday, the. 27._.
lost., at 10 o'clock, A. M. A punctual attendauce of
members Is then requested, as bualucss o? groat impor
tance will bo transacted.
By order of the President. NATII'L. LEVIN,
May 19_1_Secretary and Tre.auurer
J8_- CITADEL SQUARE BAPTIST CnUROH.
Services lu this Church on Sunday iioming, at hall-put
The Afternoon Service, at 5 o'clock, will be devoted to
Sabbath School exercises.
At Night, preaching at 8 o'clock by the Pastor, Rev
LUCIUS CUT-BEBT; also, every Sabbath Evonlng, un?
til farther notice._1 _May 19
je_- MEMBERS OF THE YOUNG MEN'3
CnttlSTIAN ASSOCIATION of Charleston aro request
ed to moet at Trlulty Chur ", Hasel-Btreot, This Even
ing, at 8 o'clock. t*g~~J
The Chairman of tho -arioui Committees wi:i pleas?
pr?tent their Reports.
By order of the President. . Dr. S. 0. BRO-VN,
May 19_1_Bec rotary.
?- Jb-lTttATES FOR REPAIRS WANTED_
Soalod Estimates for repairing the French bark "Ange
Gardien,' of Nantes, CONSTANCE BOTH Master, agree
ably to the recommendations contained In the report of
nnrveja of the Port Warduna (which can bo seen at
our office), will be received at the Preach Consulate,
corner of Lynch and Montague streets, until 13 o'clock
Monday, 21at lnst , at which time lhoy will be opened.
J. A EN8LOW k 00., Consignees,
May 19 2_No. 12g East Bay.
JW- WE, THE UNDERSIGNED MERCHANT8
of Meeting and H?yne streets, do hereby agree to doss
our Blore.? overy Saturday Afternoon, at Two o'clock,
and during the hot weather, from Saturday, 19th of
May, to the 19th 'I August, 1806 ;
AUSTIN, AVDRUS " CO.
J E ALGER k CO.
KING ACASRTI EY.
JOSEPH A. MORGAN.
?I. F. CHUKCHI r.L.
BOGEKT, HENNY a CO.
B. H. STODD.YUD ft CO.
L_NOVIOS & SILL.
JOHN G. MILNOR ft CO.
AiTKiN, NOYES S JOHN
IIA8TIE, CALHOUN FT GO. I EDWARD DALY,
T. M BRI8TOLL. ' I
M4V 19_ . 1
JET WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, MERCHANTS
of Klug street,- agreo to close our sores tve y Ea?-irday
Afternoon at 2 o'clock (luring the hot weatlici), from
Saturday, the 12th of May, t3 1st of October, l8-:
NORTH, STEELE A WAR
SON k GO.
WEIJ? ft SAGE.
?.nAS. II '?OISE k CO.
I) F FLKiUNG k CO.
Vf. P. RUSSELL ? CO.
L. CHAP?N k CO.
w MCCOMB A CO.
McI.OY AT RICE.
El'SiTN ft ZEMAN-K1.
I. HYMAN & CO.
Li IOIS COHEN.
FOG ARTIE ft S TILLMAN.
SToLL, WEBB A CO.
J. R. READ ?v CO.
s. FRIUOURG, CABal
WM. G. WHILDEN A- CO.
J AMES B. BEITS.
JAMES E. SPEAR.
A. U. HAYDEN.
HART A CO. | MELCHEI'S ft MULLER
HOFFMAN, BR.VUUAM k CO.
May 11_f 1 8
jaar THE LADIES OF TRINITY METHODIST
EPISCOPAL CHURCH iutf nd ho ding a FAIR, in aid of
Ita iunds,at Hibornlan Hall cn WEDNE8DAY EVENING,
May 23. The followii.g f-ontleruoD, mombo- of the
congregation, aro requested to act as a Cotna ltteo of
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS,
W11 EY 'P. BURGE,
W. J. MttDLETON,
It. M. Him,Mt,
W. H. r?MITH,
H. C. 8TOLL.
C. A ORAE8ER,
8. A. NEL80N,
DR. H DAER,
DR. J. R. MOOD,
E. COMSTOCK BETTt?,
W. U. JEFFERS,
J. S. HYER
May 10 r
WM. WALTON SMITH,
F. O. Dr.FONTAINE,
M. W CROSS.
DU. T. 8 HEMMIXGWAY,
il. W. WARREN,
WM. M. SA'iE,
Capt T. J. LOCKWOOD,
L. T. POTTER,
W. B. M?ORE,
i. 8. MARTIN,
\Y. R MORBH*.
WM. W. PEMBERTON,
O. HEN HY WHtfELER.
?3-ESTATE OWEN DUFFY AND BRIDGET
DUKFY.-All persona having any demanda against said
Ffitat-, will render tlio ?.anio (alleDK-d), within lime
proscribed by law: aud those Indebted to Haid Estato
will mako payment to FRANCIS DUiFY.
May 12 i.l Qnp.lllied Acmlnli-trator.
AT ESTATE NoTILl^-Al.I.rEl-eONS ??AV
in? demands against Iho c.tato of Jt'SIAU B.. PERRY,
l?to of Colleton Dial rief, deceased, will pre*ont them
properly attested: ocd all persons Indebted to the estate
a HI maVo paj mint ti
FANNY A. PEfRY, Qualined Esecutrix.
Walterboro', April 11.186C.
April 19_ *_"___!_
?S- GIFT ENTEUPHIHESl 1 !-T0 ANY ONE
acquainted with the euora.ous pri Ms made from tho
ault? of WATCH C3, JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS
goneraUy. 1*. cannot bo denied thU Gift Enterprises cstn
ha honorobly conducted, glvlug to buyer? tho full worth
of their money, and at tho saine timo affordlo < the salier
a fair profit. A firm loug In trado and most re?prcUbly
cjunccted, havo resolved to otTer their entire i tock for
sale on tho popular pla of one price per ortk le, con
ducting tho concern (which ia duly llc?nicd accord?ifc
to lawi ou the moat lair and HU-rai h-isl*. so that evary
one patronizing c.i.uot fUl to obtain, ful.y the woitb of
the ra?*Wy lnvcste.1. whlli) r ja in a corUiu numbf r ?will
have a huudred-fold return. That th. y may not be ac
enso i ot deception, they propose sending a sample worth
$3 with clrccirar freo, to any one who may wish?to to?
the legitimacy of the concerii. Ti us you seo It coate
you nothi?g to maVe th? trial, while It may bring you a
handaome ri*e*ent; try It I Hoi'd your addreaa to Box
6758, P-tolS-o, Se?A Yjrkcii?. 0 i_*r U