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VOLUME II....N0. ai_.i
CHARLESTON, S. O., TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 39, 1866.
PRICE FIVE nv.-n
The Daily News.
LAKtf-ST CIRCULATION BS THE STATE.
LA??UEST CIBC?LATION IN THE CITY.
?T* TH3D IJIST 0"F* __D_*___EKS .-_.
miili-uti in. ttie Postoffloe at t-?H end
of auo_ week is *pu bilah?- - offioi_LL*p
lxa -X-_H* PATT?Y NBWS every BVi
NEW YOIIK, May 28.- Tlio atatemont of the Ranks
of this oity jost pabliahed, ehow a, decrease of de
posita amounting to eight and a half (8J) mil
Tlie interest of 8roi*roni?,* Tir.-ITON A Co., in
tho Havana Steamehipa, the Brazil Stoamera, and
tho Savannah Empiro line, have passed under the
control of Messrs. GAUIIIHO** ?ft ALLEN of thia city.
The Derby raco waa noa by Lord Lyons, broth
er of St. Albans.
Halo of Print? _t Providonco.
rnoviDENOE, (H. I.,) May 21 - Tiiuro woro 345,
000 piooes of printing clothe sold here during the
Week, at an advance of 2 to So. per yard.
Con greaslonai. '
Wa\8a_H?avro*~, May 28.-Nothing dono in tho Se
In the HOUBO of Bepreaentativoa a r?solution
was adopted directing the Seoretary of . he Treasu
ry to report the amount of gold sold ?ince the 1st
l?st., what rates and agents employed.
Mr. WILLIAMS submitted a preamble and reso
lutions requestirg information from the Presi
dent whothor any employee of the Government
in the Sonthern States bad offered public honors
to' dead or living ?Confederates.
Mr. NICHOLS ON objeoted, and the resolution was
TOAD. STEVENS introduced a bill declaring the
Statoa lately in rebellion have forfeited their
rights under the Constitution and can be reinsta
ted in the aame only through the action of Oon
It pr?vidos that they may form valid govern
manta, tho present onoB being continued for mu
nicipal purposes until they shall be duly altered,
and their Exeoktivea and Legisl atures recognized.
Their Constitutions are to be formed by conven
tions and submitted to the people, a majority of
whom is necessary for ratification; all male par
lona above 21 years of age to vote; no constitu
tion is to be presented for Congressional sanction
which denies civil rights to any persons. The
Bul is committed to the Committee of the Whole
on the State of the Union.
THAI?. STEVENS off-ed a resolution instructing
the Committee ou Pensions in re?arenoo to the
doubling the pension of the soldiers employed in
the civil war.
Mr. STILLWELTa offered resolutions direoting the
Committeo to report a measure extending the pro
viaiona of the pension law* to Provost and Depu
ty Marshals, enrolling officers killed or disabled.
Declining to modify so as to make it one of en
quiry, it was adopted. Yeas, 15; nays, 55.
Mr. Wn?i-Y offered a resolution directing the
.Committee on Printing to report a bill limiting
. the hours of labor of the oinplayees of the Go
vernment printing office to eight hours per day,
which was rejeoted.
Mr. LYNCH, from the Committee on Banking and
Currenoy, reported adversely io reference to ex
empting tho currency of btate Bat ks outstanding
on the let July from the tax of ton per cout. im
posed by law ; which was laid on the tablo.
WAS*-HOTOS, May '?8.- During the debate on
Saturday, THAU. 8TEVE.\S referred to a recreant
and apostate Sen itor, which is understood to
mean Mr. DOOLITTLE, of Wisconsin.
.R-c Court Martial ?>.? the Merchant?*' Bank
WASHINGTON, M.t.y 28.-A general Court Martial,
Of which Gen. AUOEK is Pi evident, is nowsitting
and engaged in the trial of thu officers who placed
the public fund?? in the Merchant**.' National Bank
Trini at 01ra Da-_.
WASHINGTON, May 28.-It ia stated that tho
oounsel for JEFFESSON DAVIS will demand an im
mediate trial, or if the Government should ask a
postponement, which is possible, they will der
mand his releaso on bail, -inch they are prepared
to give to the ??mount of ten million.
lew York Monty, Cotton, and Frodatc
Nsw Tons, May 28.-A sharp dooline in atooks
is reported, basud npon an apprehended call for
apeolal menin g of the directors to-morrow.
Stock was at 62}> st the Hi-oond Board-augurs of
troubles and over Henea are darkly hinted. An
increased activity h?e taken piuco in petroleum
shares and mining stocks, which are strong to
day, with a general advance in pri?es.
Fiaoun dull ; Stato $7 80 to $8 80. ; Ohio, iii.io to
$14; Southern, $10.80 to $10.75. Whom dull.
Mixed Corn declined (1 to 2u.) ono to two cents.
Beef steady. Pork b noyant, at $00.50 to (80.78$.
Bankers'Sixtv-d*y Billi. 0'?.
Telegraphte ?Vows from Sam Orleans.
NEW ORLEANS, May 25.-Bailed, eteamer Boli
vian, for Livoci'ool.
Cotton unchanged. Salea 2,300 bales: Low Mid
dlings 30 to 37c lo-dnv's receipt?, 7U>; "?ook's
receipts. 5210 against 6400; week's export?., 15,3i>0:
?took. 147,49? balea. I reigut easier, but unchang
ed. Ne?/ York Exchange, jo. premium. It ia es
timated that tho cotton crop of Louisiana will be
About one-third of tlie crop of 1801. That of East
Lonifiaua is estimated at two-thirds, and North
And Middle Louinisna about ono-tlfth. In tho
Bed filvor oountry aud tho other overflowed dls
triota ecurcly any cotton will be raisod. Tho Bed
Bivor levoea bave given way, and the whole ooun
try is snbm? rged from N-tohitaohes down. The
.ugaur cane is promisiug whoro it is not flooded.
rjiifrnnolilainout In Waste? - Virginia.
WnaEiaiNG, May 25.-At the oleotion in Western
, Virginia veaterday for the ratittoatlon or rejection
of the Constitutional ametidment disfranchising
persons engaged in the reb Ilion, passed off qui
etly. The return? from tno l? tori or oo anilea oomo
in very slowly. Full returns from cloven counties
thuaJir indicate largo majorities for the ratifica
tion.**??*wheeling City and Ohio Conuty give over
800 majority for rejection.
FOBTBESS MONROE, May 25-I nu traction s from
Washington wore received this morning by Major
Qenoral Milos, to givo Jeff. Davis, on his parole,
tho freedom of tho fort, retiring to his room at
Carroll Hall at night. Messrs. 8noa and O'tDouor,
his counsel, have boon allowed access to the fort
and private interviews with him at any time. Mrs.
Davis left hore on tho 23d, and was in Washington
Rio DE JANEIRO, April 14.-There havo been no
charters of voesols for tho United "atoa nineo the
departure of the last steamer.
Baltimore flour 2i||000; other descriptions 22||000
a23||000. Exchange 20.
"Civil "lgh"" in Uikltlraorr.
BALTWOBE, May 25. In the United States Dis
trict Court to-day, Judge Giles decided a petition
for an injunction against a city passenger railway,
for refusing to allow the petitioner, A. A. Bradley
(colored), to ride in said ears. Tho Judgo order
ed "That the facts stated in the petition do not
Cresent a oaao for equitable notion of the Court
y way of injunction.'' Tho petitioner in this
caso claims to bo a lawyer from Boston. The
colored people generally protest against hi? courso
as an uncalled for interference in thuix bthhlf.
CrNciHKATi. May 35.-Fl ?or firm; lunerflne CO 60 ?o
$10; family $11 B*> to $U NI. \W?.?at firm at 22 n0 to
$3 60. Cora firm at 69 to 7i)c. Oats ila. Wa a a ey 33.
Provision?-Pork $31; bulk meat?, aid?? 1B\' to i7Xo
PBI_DE_ HIA, M?y 25.-Petroleum advanclne-; crude
10@1<fVi; redned lu bonn HQilVi; rodncd freo mciit'2.
Hour firm but uoehsaged. Wheat firm; rod $2 61 Vi?
3 85; wultr %i 7?C?*)3. ? ru buoyant; aalca 3000 bnau
yeUoW at 8I&880. U-t* pork fitf^Si Lanl '?3.?io.
Wool very firm; ?0@"6o tor zn.dlum ?lid flu o fleco ?a.
Whiskey scaroe; Pennnylvania $1 24?. 36.
CHIGAOO, May 25-Flour moderatelv active. Wheat
qnlet at $ic>ivi tu 1 e*X'?r No 1. Corn moderately
aotlve at a decline of Vi to le ; Males at 51 >i to 660 for t?u
1 and 53 to 53 vi o tor No 2. Oats quiet and doe lued )i
to lo; sales at S3& to ttKO. Provenions dull Frelghu
quiet and lower; corn 4o to buffalo. Itecoipta 4600 bbli?
flonr, 32,000 bushel? whea , 230,000 bushels corn, 83 000
bushels oat?. Hbli-nienta-3500 r>bla flour, 20,0fH) but?b
ela wheat, 839,000 bu-h??t? corn, 123,000 bushels oata.
ST. LOUIS Hay 35.-Cotton unsettled; b?liers aak
89o. Flour maotive and unchanged. Wheat rm;$l80.
Corn, C80. ??ata heavy, 4 ? i-rovlaiona-Pork un
changed; baoon, ahouldnra ad vano? d, lio; B1 dos and
ham? unohanged. Lard unchanged. Vihiekoy on
Lou iaviLLE, May 25-Tobacco advanced. Flonr, 8u
perfine $8; extra lamlly $11. l'oru 88c. Oat? 48o.
Whiskey 31. Provisions, fork* $3t; bacon shoulders
UK ; olear ?Ide? 19Xo* Lard in tierce 22c.
BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL.
TBIAX. or sore, DAVIS posTroita-.
A special diapatoh from Washington to the New
Tork Daily News, dated May 25, aaya:
There ia no more probability of the speedy
trial of Jeff. Davis now than there was two or
three months ago. Indeed, the opposition to
having him tried in the civil courts is so great
sometimes it aeoms that the whole projeot of hav
ing him so tried will have to be abandoned. The
Chief Justice, the Attorney General, and the
Badioal leaders generally, are at the bottom of
this oppoaiiion, which la found? d on the well
known fact that a civil trial would result in the
full acquittal of the prisoner.
Every possible obstacle, tuereforo, has been put
in the way of suoh a trial, and the Attorney Gen
eral has now decido?) to postpone it until the next
December term of the Court, rho Baiiioala freo
ly express the most bloodthirsty vindiotiveuesB
toward Mr. Davis, and do not hesitate to expro-a
the desire that he should di?- in prison ra'h? rthan
be tried and acquitted. The ?House Judiciary
Committee are so filly as to continue their efforts
to have Mr. Davis tried before a military tribunal
as an active accomplice in the -eaassiuation of Mr.
Lincoln, and tnoy autuoriz? d the statement to be
made only yesterday that thoy bad full proof of
his guilt. It is rep ?i-tt-d that Mr. Davis is to be
released on parole, in accordance with the request
of Mrs. Davis. It is the opinion of the iiik't.oat
medical authority that a few weeks more confine
ment would terminate his lito.
SANTA ANNA. TO BE PBESEKTBO TO TUE FBESID1_T.
It is reported that the difficulties betweon Hnnta
Anua and Honor Uomero havo bopn adjuatod by
? ho goud offices of Air. Seward. Santa Anna will
eoou be proaetited to the President by Mr. How
ard. In the meantime his officers who aro hei'o
express thomeelvea as perfectly satisfied .v.th the
progress which t?t-ir scheme is making.
PBOCEEDINOS IN COJSOBESS.
Wo copy from the Baltimore Sun the proceed
ings in Congress on the 25th inst.:
KNATE.-Mr. Counoss introduced a joint rrao
lutiou repealing so much of tue hir establishing
steamship mail service between the United .State?
and China, as roquiios the stoppage of the v. "els
at Honolulu. Hu len ed to the Couiniitteoon Poat
officos and Post-roadn.
On motion of Mr. Morrill, it was resolved that
the President be requested tocommunicate to the
Senate the transactions of the Executive Govern
ment under the several acts of Congro-is of April
10,1 62, May 12, 1862. and Job 17, 1862. for tho
transportation, colonization and settlement of
suoh persous of the African race aa are mentioned
in those acts, respectively, and especially what
colonization measures havo boen adopted, if any,
and the number of persons colonized, with ex
Ou motion of Mr. Wilson, the Joint resolution
relativo to the appointment of cadets at Woat
Point waa taken up, the' question being on the
amendment of Mr. Nesmith, providing that the
Superintendent of the academy may be aoleoted
from any corps ??f the army.
The yoaa and naya being ordered, the amend
ment wa? disagreed to by a vote of 19 to l8.
The joint r?solution waa then passed.
Ou motion of Mr. Henderson, the Senate then
HOUSE or ?_rB_a_TA'm_.
Mr. Perham, of Maine, reported back House
bill to amend the pension laws, and recommended
uon-oonenrrenoo iii the Senate amendments, and
Aeked a oommittee of conference ou the same,
which wa? agreed to.
Tno Bouse thi n resumed tho consideration of
lb? hill to ?""oruorato the District of Columbia
Howe: age and dual Company.
iii-. I liner soil, of III., moved to amend the bill
hy HkJding the following corporators : George L.
li *stoi- and R F. Pago, of Washington; Charles
H. Hbcrrill and Amos C. Baboook, of Illinois. The
amendment wat* agreed to.
Mr. Fr ninia Thomas, of Md., wanted to d?sonas
the b 11 and desired more timo. Pending a voto,
it wont over until to-morrow.
Mr. Hooper, of M"s., from the Committee on
Banks and Currency, reported a bill to aecure and
regulato the deposits of public moneys. [It pro
hibits tho deposit of public monoyn in tho national
banka as depositarios, exoi-pt with tho approba
tion of tho Seoretary or the Troasu* y. A violation
of this is punishable.] Tho bill was recommitted.
Mr. Schenck,of Ohio, o ?Hod up the bid roportod
by the Military Committee to equalize tho boun
ties of soldiers, sailors and mariuoi*. After a brief
explanation, it waa paesed-yeas 189, naya 2. [The
bill aa passed provides that in lieu or any grant
of land or other bounty, there abai1 be paid to
overy soldier, sailor or marino the bum of $8} per
month (or at the rate of one hundred dollars po?
year), who shall bave served netwoen April 12,
1861, and April 19. 1 05.] In computing and as
certaining the bounty, thore shall be deducted
therefrom any and all b-mnties already paid, or
payable under existing laws, by the united States
or any State, olty, county or town, or by any vol
untary association. No bounty ia to bo paid to
any one who eerved as a substituto, or who waa a
oaptured prisoner of war when ho enlisted, or who
waa dieoharued booaueed ho waa a minor. [Five
dollars ia the amount named to be allowed any
claim agent under this Ao*.]
The HoiiBo then proceeded to counirler in com
mit tee or tho whole tho tax bill. The free list
being under consider at ion, the following "Udos
wcro added, and thereby declared exempt from
taxation: Machines for -awing wood and shingles,
and atovo balla; broome mado of corn; patent
alum and sulphate of alum; boraio acid; nitrate of
lead, caloiuod and carbonato of mnunosia; muri
atio, nitric and acetio acid; sal soda; pot and pearl
?.?hen; red load; lubricating ?ii made of crudo pe
troleum; tonic made of rhubarb aud currants;
iron bridgea and iron castiuga lor bridges.
Pending tho consideration of tho 23d section
tho honr of 4.30 arrived, and tho Bouso took a
EVENING SESBION.-Tim lion HO, in commit tee of
tho whole, ruanui ed the discussion of tho tax
bill. Having reached the sections relating to dis
tillorios, a long discussion enau?d respecting tbo
matinor ot compensating inspectors of distille
ries. Various amendment? wi.?ro offeroA?, but
nono of importance adopted, and that part of the
bill romaine substantially aj repurted bv tho com
mittee?. An amondmont was adoptad making
conspiracy botween inspectors and distillera to de
fraud the government punishable with fine and
imprisonment. At teu P. M., after disposing of
twenty pages of the bill, tho commit- roao and
tbo House adjourned.
Tho Washington correspondent of tho Baltimore
Sun, uudor dato of the 25th inat., from Washing
ton, apoaka as follows of tho present position of
the Congressional reconstruction mensuro:
The S*;nato is in danger of gol ting into an on
tnnglemont upon the reconstruction measure.
There is no prospoot that they can agree upon tho
joint resolution as roported from tho committee
of tirtt-ou This scheme is dead, as a perusal of
Mr. Howard'- spi edi, introductory to it, well
shows. The third soction must, at any rate, be
stricken out, and the question in. what ahall be
substituted for it? Probably it will be a provision
that all men who, abovo the age of twenty-five,
gave voluntary tupport to tho rebellion, t?hsll bu
incapable or holding office, either under the Stato
or Feder?! Govorumeut. Tho Bidicala will hard
ly agroo tu support any moaauro that ahall not
fnrce negro suffrage upon all the States, aud ahall
als ) disfranchise tbo wholo inaau of ?Southern citi
zens who participated in tho rebellion. But this
extreme position has become untenable, and (tie
Republican mijority know it, and are now bout
upon such a compromise with the Sumner wing
aa wdl enable them to aave their party at the fall
oleetiona. If they can agreo upon nothing and
adjourn, leaving tho field to the Proa?dent, they
wnl bo divided, ?oof-d at, and ejected by tua peo
ple at the fall oleotions.
The Kepublioan Senators, under the circum
stances, hold a CAUCUS this morning from ten till
twelve o'clock, and then adjourned to meet again
this afternoon. The regular session waa contin
ued, therefore, ouly for the morning hour. The
subject for consideration is the feasibility of giv
ing snoh a shape to the constitutional amendment
SB will secure its adoption by a two-thir J* vote of
the Senate. Toe committee of fifteen has failed
in both attempts to effect this object, nnd it has
become necessary for tho Bepublioan Senators to
reaolvo themselves into a sort of committee of the
whole on the state of their party, which appears
to be in a rapid declino.
The correspondent of the New Tork 7\ibune
from Washington, 25th inet., gives tho following
information of cotton planting in Mississippi, and
the visita of Commodore S_t_-s and Mrs. DAVIS :
COTTON IN -dliSIBSrPJ- AUD MOUTH -_OLI??A.
Gen. Tiiomaa, late Bureau Commissioner for the
State of Mississippi, and now on Gen. Howard'a
?taff, reports that before tho war that State uaed
to raiao about 1,000,000 balea of cotton, or nearly
one-quarter the entire yield of the United t- tates.
He thinks this year's crop will reach 600,000 balea.
Ho a a j-s the best lauds along the banka of the
Mississippi River are being cultivated by North
ern men with adequate capital, who -tua enjoy
epeoial facilities for securing labor and supplies
over the old planters who occupy the lands of the
interior. Tbe flooding of the river banka, he
thinks, will not injnro the cotton crop ; but. if it
should, replanting may be continued up to the
middle of June with assurance of a good orop.
CoL Bryon Laflin of New York, who has a cotton
plantation in North Carolina, gives a vory flatter
ing account of the prospectivo yield in that State.
MllH. DAVIS AND HIIMWES.
Mrs. Jeff. Davis has been at the White House,
holding an interview with the President. Semines
ia in town, and had au interview with tho Presi
dent, to-day, in reference to his pardon.
Mrs. Jeff. Davis has received many callers to
day from those who were desirous of doing her
honor and of showing her sympathy. Upon con
sultation with her friends, she has concluded not
to ask for her nushand'a parole, but merely the
range of the fort for the present. She also de
sires the removal of Gen. Miles, of whom BIIO
complaina aa not respecting tho person and feel
ings of her husband. . ,
The Amador (Cal.) ledger tells the subjoined:
"A abort timo ago a widow lady, residing in a vil
lago not a thousand milos from here, put hor house
up at a r-.fll(i, and very aoon disposed of the tickets
all feeling dispoaod to assist her. The evening
arrived for the raille to come off, and tho house
was won by a geutloman who thought himself
fortunate in obtaining a homestead so choap.
Tho next day ho applied for posaeaaion and a title
to the property. What was bia surprise when ho
waa coolly informed that it was unnecessary to
give any written title to tho house-that thero it
was, and to take it ; and the sooner tho better, as
she wau anxious to build another on the spot
where it stood. The winner discovered that he
had drawn an elephant-he had a house, but no
mt ? ? .
ANNA COBA BITOHIB, in a letter from London,
aavs: "The fadod beauties who cling to their
vanished oharms have taken great interest in the
sudden lejuvenation of Miss BU&DBTT COUTTS,
under the hands of the wonderful 'Restorer'
Madame RACHEL. MisB COUTTS, it is said, had to
pay ?400 before she commenced tho baths with
which tbo process of rejuvenation begins. After
going through the regular course of treatment,
Miss Courra dawned upon the faahlonable world
with the -layers of some twenty birthday a' rolled
off from her person. Her hair not dyed, but re
stored, and growing anew; her defective complex
ion olear and soft-tbe linos wbioh tell such tales
of tho workings of the human heart and human
brain smoothed out, and the impress of time sud
denly effaced from her general appearance."
The tide of emigration wost?vard-alroady largo
-promises to exoeod that of any previous year.
Thousands, Bays a Chicago letter, are coming into
tho Mississippi Valloy. Largo numbers aro cross
ing tho plains, of whom the bulk aro bound to
Colorado, Montana and Idaho. The prospect of
a comparativo early completion of tho Pacific rail
road induces many to await that event before jour
neying to the Territorios beyond, or to the Paoifio
States. Canada is contributing quito largely to
this tide of emigration, while the Eastern States
aro doing their share. All the towns in tho West
are full and overflowing, and reports come to us
from all quarters that there is a presting demand
for dwellings, but a very inadequate supply.
-. ? ?
Tn? AUBERT OK FRKED-EJVS BUREAU OFJ/K-EI-B.
The statement made ia some of the newspapers
that tho President has ordered the arrost of all
offlcors of the Freedmen's Bureau engaged in cul
tivating lands in the South, goes a little too far.
Tbe President bas dlreoted M?jor-Gonoral How
ard to canso the at rest of every ?.flic er of the Bu
reau in North Carolina who is engaged or pecuni
arily interested in the cultivation ?if plantations,
and Brigadier-General W. E. Strong han been
dispatched tO OXeOUtO the Ord??. J??a?? m'nuiaiai
Genoral Holt has been instructed by the Prcident
t<> make out chargea and specifications against
theeo officers, with a view to their trial before a
oo-'t martial.- Washington Star.
illllltnry Commliilon In tho Caie of
I. ALFRED PELOT (colored), for tho murder
of Elizabeth Williams.
Gen. JOHN L. GABDNEB is the ProBidont of this
Commission; Lieut. Col. A. J. WILLAM), Judge
Advocato; It. W. SEYMOOB, Esq., Counsel for tho
accused. Trial commenced Saturday, May 5.
David Burko, colored, a witnoss f >r the prosocu
tion, being sworn, testified : That ho is 22 yoars of
ago; resides at No. 4 Atlantic-Street; has known
(ho accused over since ho was in 55th Massachu
setts Regiment; did not know Elizabeth Williams,
hut had seen hor about tho streets; that sho had
died between two ami three weeks ago, iu State
street, Charleston, S. O. She was lying down in a
house in Stato-streot, where there waa a dunce;
sho waa shoved by tho orowd and foil down; saw
the accused slap ?hor; after that witness carno
down staii H, and knows nothing further about the
matter. Tho slap was "back handed;" she got
right up ?Kain, and cunio down tho steps and sat
in the yard; did not see tho accused strike her or
slap her after sho was down.
Cross-examined : Had seen the doceasedon that
day, previous to tho tluio whou he saw her on tho
floor; she was drunk; she used abusive languago
te tho accused; kuows of no previous difficulty be
tween the accused and deceased; bad alwayscon
eidcred the accused a poacoablo man.
Jack Williams, colored, a witnoss for tho proso
cntion, sworn, stated that ho dooa not know ex
actly whore he livea, hut ho used to live in Churoh
streot, now stays on "Neck;" the deceasodwas his
wife. Was not present when oho received the in
juries that roaulted in her death. Went over to
where she waa in State street about 9 P. M. Sho
waa lying down; "I called her, and she answered.
I then laid down alongside of her, and found the
pillow wet; abo told me to got a light; I did ao,
.nd found her right oyo swollen and completely
?but up. Ul'i'iil cuno from tho right side of hor
mouth; the lip waa out. She said that ahe bad
heeu kick? d nu the hoad, on the sido, and on the
hip. she di d between 1 and So'clook on Tuesday
morning after receivin??- tbeso iojurios."
Cross-examined: The maik? were on tho left
?Mo of the face; a mun wa? pre?ont when she re
lated thu circumstances Juot mentioned. He lives
in the h ?use; does not kuow hi*, name.
Dr. Henry Frost, wit no fa for the proe edition,
sworn, stated that hu first aaw tho deceased at
7S A. M., on the 113th of April, at au eating house
ou State street. She was hiving convulsions
when he ?aw her; remained with her till 9 o'clock
A. M Sho h.nl more thau a dozen convulsions
during that tim? : saw ber 2 or 3 times after that;
tho last time at 8 P. M that night; she was thou
comatose. She died soon after; declined to give
a certificate of death, and told some one to go for
the Coroner; made a post-mortem examination at
the request of the Coroner, assisted by Dr. Par
ker; found considerable effusion of blood on slit
ting the dura mater, and a large olot on the side
of the anterior lobe of the right hemisphere of
the brain. Examined the base of the skull, and
found a fracture in the body of the epheroid bono;
thinks that tho pressure of the clot on the brain
waa the immediate causo of death.
Dr. B. Logan, aworn, stated ho had examinod
the body of this deoeaaed in April Iaet, with Dr.
Frost; found a severe contuaiou in and around
the right eye, of a character to indicate that it
had been dono by some blunt instrument. In
proceeding to expose the brain, found au exten
sivo extravaaation between the brain and ita mem
branes over the baso and ascending portion of the
middle lobe of the right h?misph?re; and, on de
nuding the bone surface of the membrane, found
a Assure extendiug through a portion of the
sphenoid bone, commencing just behind tho roof
of the orbit, and extending inwards and back-1
wards about au Anchi There w?i also some
laceration of brain substance ou the under sur
face of the middle lobe of the brain; membranea
not torn over position of fissure; but an evident
rapture of blood vesaela had nevertheless occur
red, producing the extravasation alluded to, and
ultimately causing the death of the patient by
convulsiona and com pression of the nor vea spring
ing from the baee of the brain.
- The cause of her death waa of a two-fold na
ture, both springing from the aame mechanical
injury, viz. : Compression on the vital nerves at
the base of the brain, and the irritation and in
flammation of the surface of the brain, corres
ponding to the extravaaation.
The mechanical arrangement of the parta is
such aa to warrant the conclusion that tho in
ternal leeiona arose from those external injuries
observed by the eye,
Such a fraoture may sometimes be produced
without any appearance of external injuries. A
fracture at the base of the brain might occur from
a blow inflicted upon any other portion of the
brain, without exhibiting any external evidence of
injury at the locality upon whioh the blow im
pinged, especially if the force be applied not at a
limited point, but over a surface of sumo extout.
A person falling from an upright position might
receive such a fracture, especially if the system
is in a relaxed condition, as in a state of drunken
ness; if no off ?rt is made at recovery, i-.nd if the
impetus of the weight of the body Is further in
creased by a b ow or push.
Cr its-Examined : Never knew of a slap in the
face, from a man's ?.?peu hand, producing death.
[Many other witnesses were examined, both on
the part of the proseoution and in behalf of the
acousod, but the facts elicited by their ovidenco are
not materially different from those alr-ndy given
To save space, therefore, we omit their testimony.]
II. P. BLIGH, a oitixen of Charleston, waa charg
ed with purchasing, for one dollar, a new uniform
overcoat from a soldier, Eza. A. GREEN, CO. A,
64th Regiment N. Y. V. The aale of the overcoat
to the aoouaed waa proven by the aaid E. A.
GnEKtt. The defence offered provea that the
coat waa offered to Mr. BLIGH, who refus
ed to purchaso it ; thsj a city polioemao,
by tho name of MIOHAEL DUFFY, who waa in the
store at,the time, followed the soldier, and bought
the coat of bim for three dollars. DUFFY was the
principal witnoss for the defeuoe, and his testi
mony was corroborated by Mr. BOBEE (io the
employment of Mr. Biaiou), who waa present at
B. W. SEYMOUR, Esq., counsel for the defence.
III. ISIDOBE LEWIS, white, a store-keepor in
Tradd-street ; charged with porchasing ono pair
of uniform panta of a aoldier.
EZIIA A. UBSEN proved the sale of the panta
for ono dollar.
B. W. SEYMOUR, Esq., appoared aa counsel for
the defeuoe. Offered no witness but tho wife of
the aoouaed, who was .withdrawn upon being ob
Counael for the accused contended that inas
much a?) thero waa D9 ?.roof of an intent to aid or
abot desertion, that a conviction could not tako
place uuder the Aot of Congress, Seotioa 24, Act
or March 3, 1803.
IT. OA8PAB HART, white, No. 88 King str"t;
charged with purchasing of a soldier a pair of
panta for a dollar, and a pair of ahoea for aoventy
flvo cents. EZIIA A. GBBHH proved the tale of the
goods. Tho aoouaed ffored no dofence, but do
niod knowing the accused or ever having seen bim,
until he waa notified to appear in this case.
The Military Commission found Alfred Polot
" not guilty.?'
BLIGH, not " guilty."
OABPAB HABT fouud " guilty" of the Charge, ex
cept the words " with intent to aid and ?bet do
ser don." Boa ton co, to pay a Quo ol' fifty dollars,
and to bo oonflned for the period of six mouths
.. ok-ua yls?a ??? tu? ?-ruminai,ding General may
IainoBE LEWIS, found guilty. Sentence similar
to that of OABI'AB HABT.
Wo mako tho following extract from tho General
Order (No. 44), of donor al D EVENS, revising tho
action of thia Commission:
V. The proceeding? and finding? in the caeos of
Isidoro Lewis and Caspar Hart (citizous) aro ap
proved. The evidence in ,hose ?.asea shows t. at the
witness Creen, having h-d certain Government
clothing turned over to him, temp rarily, for tho
special purpose of ?jelling it to parties in Charles
t n, sold portions of aaid clothing to different
persons, and thereupon informed upon those to
whom ho bad sold it. Tho law of March 3d, 1863,
makes tho purehaso of soldiers' olotbing, for tho
purpose of aiding and abetting desertion, a pun
ishable offonce, and the purohaee of tho clothing
ia prima facie evidence of such intent; bnt when
tho intent is disproved the penalty should not bo
enforced, as tim law ia not violatod. The Com
mission find that thero waa no intent to aid de
sertion, and therefore should have acquitted the
prisoners. Tho sentences are, therefore, disap
VI. Tho means employed in these cases to pro
curo evidonco against theae parties, were not such
as, in the opinion of tho commanding General,
woro justified by tho oircumatances. Had tho au
thorities furnishing the clothing had strong moral
grounds of suspioion against the prisoners, then
it would have been proper to accumulate proof in
this way, and "couvert anapected into positive
Suilt." But to givo a roving commission to a Hol
ier to sell Govommeut olotbiug to any one who
will buy it, for the pnrpuse and with tho bone of
arresting and convicting somebody, waa both im
proper and unjustifiable. [See Holt's Digest,
Title, "Evidenco," 19 (new edition) page 99.]
VII. Iadiore Lewis and Caspar Hart will bo re
leased from confinement.
By command of Brevet Maj. Gen. CHAH. DF.VENS.
O. H. HAl.T,
Brovet Brig. Gon and Ass't Ad't Gon.
Official: CHARLES 8. PYNE,
Brevet Capt., 1st Lieut. 6th Inf.,
Acting Judgo Advooato.
May 28, I860.
An Inter?-ting Loiter.
The following interesting letter, nearly one
hundred years old, has been kindly placed in onr
hands. It waa written by BOOER PTNOKNBY, and
addressed to uis mother. It has never before boen
"Hon'd Madame :-As I am confident you must
have borne a part of the uneasiness caused by
tho late differences between Great Britain and
hor Colonies, so I am' likewise confident you re
joice with your aou in the repeal of that most in
famous act destructive to the liberty and righta
of every froe-born Englishman. Happy for
America she haa such powerful friends at
homo; happjer for England she has mon in
power that know the value of the Colonies.
We, the Colonists (for while I am here I
call myself one), return, I believe, our gene
ral thanks to that worthy member of sooiety,
Mr. GEO. GRENVILLE, who has taken s?much pains
to traduce us and call us rebels. I wish his heart
was half as firmly attached to his King and the
honor of his country as the generality of the
Americans aro. I look on him as a JANUS, as a
double minded Y-n, who, through an over care
to preserve the honor and dignity, as he oalls it, of
the K-g and Par-t, has, I am afraid, a deep
laid scheme at the bottom. And I dare say a cer
tain Scotch Lord is his chief director in the mat
ter. Pray God hu may ever be frustrated in every
ef his damned sohemes- And as we detest the namea
of GUEN VILLE and BOTE, SO we glory in the name
of P. J. T. T. We believe him (and I believe justly)
a friend to America, a friend to every true friend
and loyal subject of bis King, and as such I ven
ture to Hay he thinks us, or he would not have
espouBod our cause. His heart is too good to be
biased by prejudice or gained by corruption.
England is happy hi so great a patriot. He has
not only espoused the cauoo of Amerioa in this
affair; he has asserted for all free-born subjects
Uberty, wbioh I hope, while I live in the world,
will always be inviolably supported.
"South Carolina, sensible of the services Mr.
PITT has rendorod them, have voted a statue to
be erocted hore of the finest marble, that posteri
ty may look upon the man they are under so great
obligations to. Had I beeu a member of the
House, and it had been consistent, I would have
voted it iu gold.
a ***** *
"Your ever dutiful and affectionate son,
"Charles Town, May 15, 1766."
CIVIL BIGHTS IN BAI.IIMORE.-Negroos from all
parts soom to bo selecting Baltimore as a theatre
for the triul of the virtues of the civil rights bill.
The other day we published an account of two ne
gro school marms from Pennsylvania having a
railroad oflicor arrested for ejeoting them from
the depot parlor, and now we have to rec >rd the
exploits of a negro named Bradley, who calls
himself a "lawyer from Boston." This fellow
i ,.ng been refused admission into a car on the
Baltimore and Ohio Bailroad, enpeoially set apart
for ladies and gentlemen, im* tituted suit against
tho Railroad Company, and claiming damages to
the amount of ono hundred dol?an*. Tuo oase
was heard on Tuesday by a justloe, who gave
judgment in favor of tho Railroad Company.
On the same day tbo same negro appeared be
fore the United States District Court to obtain an
injunction ?gainst tbo city passenger railway as a
nulaance. The Baltimore Sun gives the following
acoount of thia appearanco :
Aaron Bradley, colored, claiming to be a mem
ber of tbo legal profession, admitted to the Suf
folk bar ot Boston, appeared as a citizen of the
United States, under tbe civil rights bill, beforo
the comt, with a petition for an injiinotiun to
restrain tho City Passenger Railway Company
from passing through Lexington-street by the
Douglass Instituto, for failing to comply with
tbo terms of their charter, &c. Judgo Giles, after
listening very patiently to all tho polmont r had
to sty, stated that the United Sates Court had
no jurisdiction iu tho premiot-a. and that ti.o
proper tribunal in oases of assault waa tho Crimi
nal Coir t of Baltimoro; upon which tho dignified
colored Boston lawver retired
AttUA de MA-NOLiA,
A TOILET DELIGHT I TUE LADIES' TIIEAHUB1
and gontli-an's boon I The " sweet?* it thing
and largest quantity, Manufaotui<eoI from the rlcl
Southern Magnolia. Used for bathing the -oe and per?
.on, to rend- the skin soft and fresh, to prevent erny*
tiona, to nettame clothing, &c
It over?-maa the unpl"#_t ador ot pe-plratlon.
It removes redness, tan, blot-tee, Ice
It ourori norvoui he*?-obe and allays in ?Ta m m allon.
It eoola, sol-na, and adds dell-ey te the skin.
It yields a mt-ao a and lasting pe? fuina.
It ourea mo?fiui- bil?-., and stings of Insect?.
It oontalna no material Injurio- to the skin.
Patronised by Astreeeee and Opera ._igara. II la
whale-ty lady -??bli hare, gel? ererywhara, _q
thelfagn-lia "Water oa*.,?__ you w?l _e no otbet f?o
togas, Veetatserf, or ToiltA "Prater tamrw___
D ___ BABK-PJ _ 00.
M A Ulli KI?,
Wodncsday, May aid. by tho night Rev. T.TOWAS F
S?? _ ? ' ,ho ll0T ft V OADt" BN lo Ml? EUZAI
BETH _, daugliter of the late 0. R. Uouiu, ha\. ?
On the 24th inst., by the ltt?v. W. B Y.TSB Mr JAH
_ 8A^V? H&f __ ?? M1"H ?ATII_IINB MTseoond
danghter of the lato A. K LONO, of Pullwlelphia! .
In thl? city, on tho 10th instan?, bv tho Btv J T
WioiiTUAN. Mr. IIl-NUY N. K. ADAMS to Mitta ?LlV?.
F. BUNNING, both of thl? city. ?-_?-,/-.
In tilla city, on Monday evening-, May 21, I8?6, at the
rcstdeuce of tho brido'? fathor hy ti.o It. v c 'j ('no
OBAN, Mr. P O. KERRIGAN to Miss MABY I*"., daugh
ter of JOHN and MAIIT SULLIVAN. .
At Rockvlllo, Wadamalaw I??J?,ud, H.,C, on tho even
ing of the 34th Inst., by the Hi?v 3ouu li Dow Mr
JOUN KEITTHANE. of ?J augcbnri* Dirttnot. to'Ml??
ELIZA AMARINTHA, ODly daughter ot Br 1)ANI_,J
TowNsr.tto, of Bockvillo, 8. U. ?
?W-COLLEGE LEOT?ttES.-TUEHDAY, MAY
29th, PROFESSOR POROUEU, "MILTON, TBE' EPIO
POET OF THE ENGLI8H LANGUAGE."' Lecture to
corumonce at 8 Vi o'clock P.M._ \ *,jay 29 \
BW EXEOUTOH'S NOTICE.-ALL PEliaONS
having claim? against the Estate of the late j. ALLEN
MILES wlB present th?m properly attested, snd these
indebted wiB make payment to ELIZA L. MII.KH, Quail*
fled Executrix. J. j. MILE8,
May g?_tuS*_CM. II?.?,1 Kiecntor.
BW UNITED STATES INTERNAL Iii.VENUE.
8E0OND COLLVOIION DIBTRIUT. H. C-ABiEBBOtYB
OFFICE, NO. ?B BROAD 8TIIEET- LBAhLESTON,
MAY 28 1FB6-Nctico U hereby niven U> ad "cerned
that the Annual List? ooutaii.icg tho i.trnttmrnts mad-?
and taken within thl? 1 istrlct hit (ho year l?*?i, will be
open at this office duran?* oin? da,-, to ?? (y tL(? 8tn ??j
of June next; and that during thiitoay appoals n?l be
received relative to az.y frromou? shs?,f_ ota contain
ed in ?aid Annual List? for tho j ?r 1861.
All appeala ahonld be made in writ.ng, a-peoifjing in
what particular any um li a????-Munt 1? claimed to be
erroneous. 0. 3. HA-CALL.
May 2*9_1_ ABWMor.
afa-MESS 8. I->ITOR8-PU..\SE ANNOUNCE
BENJ. O. HERIOT, Esq.. as a "unida'? tor Aldormaai
of Ward No. 4, to Oil the vacauoy ca-isid hy tho roslg*
nation of A. CAM?HOM, hsq. MA.*? Y PBIKND8.
?WFOR ?___RMAN, W AB ) SU. 1.-PLEA8E
announce Dr. W. T. w RA? 10 ass candid kia tor Alder
man la Ward No. 1, in plv:e of 3. It- MAODBTB, re*
signed._ M?y 23
?.FOR AlaDEUMAN, WaRD N0. 4.-PLBA8E
announce JOHN F. O'NEIL as a c-didst* for Alder
man for Ward No. 4, in place of A. OAUSKOU, resigned.
BW STATE TAX OFFICE, FIRE PROOF
BUILDING.-Thia office ' ill open or the receipt
the STATE TAX and will oontinuu open until theGta
day ?of Juno, prox.t noinelve.
May 21 Tax Col'eotor St Phillp and at. Michael.
?W-NOTICE/TO O-VNERS OF PROPERTY
LYING BETWEEN BROAD AND TRADD STREETS
AND WEST OF LOOAN STREU.
. ' MAYOR'8 OPFIOE, I
/ MAT M, 18?6. J
In "?zor?ance with reaolnUon of lh? Oity Oouncll,
odf ptci ut a meetlti'! held on tho 1th (iv-U.it. I hareby
invite tho owners and representativos of property lying
between Qroad and Tradd streets and ?.rest of Logan
afreet, to \neet tbe Oi>mu>lrtee on Streets from City
Council, on Wednesday, 30th Instant, at 6 o'clock P. M"
at this office. \
May 28_^_P. 0. PAILLARD. Mayor.
CHIEF Q'ARTERilA.-kTEE--?. UEHOE. )
' V*. DEPAlaTalKUT OF MOUTH . AUOLINA, I
CHasBLBtrroN. 1 , Mayl 9 I860.
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS ?ILL BB
PAID by he undersigned! > any person who will de?
liver to him the OF H ..TAL RECOUDS OP INTER
MENT? OF THE UNION ( B1BONEB8 AT FLORENCE,
S. C. W. 1HOMA8,
May Brev. Lleut-flol. aud Chief Q.*_
OW THE LADIES OP TRINITY METHODIST
EPISCOPAL OHOB0H In ten 1 ho'dlnir a FAIR, in ald.t
Ita funda,at Hibernian Hall ou W_?*\'_DAY EVENINO.
May 28. The ollowlug geutlemo.t, membora of' he
congregation, are requested to acv a> a Com_Ueo>!
WI. F.YT. H DROP.,
?Y. J. MU D ETON.
R. 11. Bim.Kit,
W. H. ._ t'l II,
H. O. SToLla,
EU WIN Pl-ATT.
0. A GBAESEB,
DR. H BAER.
DR. J. R. MOOD,
E. OOMSTOUK BETTS,
W. H. JEFFERS,
J. 8. ?1YEB
May 16 _
WM. WAl.Ti'N SVITH,
H*. O DK'OVTAI.M:.
M. W <JlkO-?S
DJI.T S li KAI M I.S ??WAY
?I, W. WAHRES,
?VM. M. MA .li,
i;upt T J LOCKWOOD,
L r. POT 1 Mt.
W. B. ?multi*,
j 8. MARTI ?.,
>Y R MOUltH.
st_ \V. PasMB?-TOaf,
LAW'.-N- E -TEIN,
O. BKNRY WHi-KI.T?R,
OW NOTICE.-ALL PKR8ON8 HAVLNG ANY
do nanda against the estate of the late LAURENCE M.
KEITT will present them, properly ?.?>?? ted, on or before
the 1st of July next, to Messrs. MOWRY A CO., North
Atlantic Wharf. S. a KEITT,
April 20 ftulS Administratrix.
?W NOTICE.-(THREE MONTHS AFTEB
date, application will be made to the I Imore Mumal In*
suranoe Company for ren? wal of "rtinoate No. 133, for
16 Bhtree in aald Oompany-?alil 0..??t?-ato having
been destroyed or lost by tho Are io iWu_bIa.
March 6 totlmo_t-Aii P. SHIERS.
BW HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN nAIR
RENEWEB RENEWB THE HAIB.
HALL'S VEGETAR ? E SICILIAN HAIB REr
ROB tor-? gray hair to the original oo^wr.
HALL'S VEGETABLE HICILIAN HAIB BE
Proventa the hair from falling off.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SIOlJalAN HAIli RE
NE Wi R
Makoa the hair soft and gk*aU*F.
HALL'S VEGETABLE "C___ HAIR RE
Does not Ht.m tho 1 kin.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICIL1AM HAIB BE
Has proved ltaslf the beat preparaUon for the hair over
presented to tho public Price f 1.
For ?ale by aU drua-gi?-. Whole?al? bj
KING & CAS3IDEY,
Marah 13 tulyr? Oharle?^a.
HAOAirS MAGNOLIA BALM.
THIS IB THE MOST D_al?HTFTJI? ?_D KXTBA.
ORD 1NABY artlole aver ?-?t^overod. ? obangag
the "n-burnt faoe _d h_rt? to a pearly f?tin Uxtoto
Ot ravishing beauty, Impartiiaj the marble purity O
routh, and the ditUngut appear-?*? to tavitlng In Urn
olty bella of fashion. 11 removee taa, fi?ae_Ma plmpta?
and rocghnces tVon? the akin, teaving th* Ci_ipla_n.
fresh, transparant and ?moo- ? t_i_na no mtaatik
njoriona to the ?*_, l_ronl??d by Aotxeaaea anb\'
Opera Singers. It le what avery lady ?Irs?-! .*?*.??> 80M
Irstarad by W. K. HAGAN, Troy. B. if.
AddT??anord?r??o DVUAB BstxBMSa k 00..^?l
Ooloo-*) ?nwll-rr HtwYorlu '