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The Dailv ISTe^wrs.
?OlfftAY MORNING JULY IG, 18C6.
Stagnier Dlieloinrri in Washington? Tnc
AasnHilnnilon of President Lincoln Su
JLioi n 111 g \V linimih lu Prove tHe lomji 11? -1
-, j t \JvFT. UlVT In, die.
Under th announcement wo find in tho New
lork Heroid o the 11th, a loiter from Washing
ton developing wh well characterizes as "one
D itho most villainous couspiraelo? ever concocted
?ntho civilized world,"?"a bloodly and cowardly
And cmol conspiracy to murder, through the
forms of law, ox-Preaiileut Davih and others o?
the defunct Confederacy." Tlio writer says :
This revelation will no doubt astound tho pub
lie, and well it may; but to none who have observ
ed the nioliguaut ami fiendish Bpirit of tho Radi
cals in Congress and other high placea will it
Beem incredible. Tho Judiciary Committee, anx
ious as most of its members aro to ?tippre m the
evidence it has educed and ?croon tho conspira
tors from tho opprobrium they Justly morit, will
Dot vonture to douy my avormonts.
The Judici-ry Connuitteo, aa soon as authorized
to investigate tho charges against Messrs. Davis,
Clay, and others, entered zealously upon their du
ties,: and sent for auch person? aud papers as they
bad been led to beliovo would furnish crimiuating
evidence. The principal persons eeut for had al
Toady been oxaminod ex parte In tho Bureau of
military Justice, and tho papers sont for consisted
plainly of tho depositions of those persons and
BOOM lottere of doubtful import, written by sup
posed rebels before the assasBination, all of which
wer? under tho care of tho Judgo Advocate-Gen
eral. To recito from memory the papors verbatim
would be impossible, aud it would bo no loss so to
Ktvo in cc'eiMO the oxainiuation of the porsuns bo
foce tho committco; but enough will bo given to
ehow tho most devilish and daniuablo conspiracy,
the most disgusting and dastardly perfidy, and ?
tho coolest and cheapest perjury you woro over
(ailed upon to chronicle.
Imeiodiatoly after the execution of Mrs. Surratt
and her fellow culpritB the Judgo Advocate-Geno
za .'sa to work in dead earnest to procure ovi
dtneo for tho conviction of Davis, Clay aud others,
as co-conepiratora. Heveral detectives were em
ployed to Iiuut up and hunt down every person
supposed to have had any correspondence or com
munication with tho suspectod parties, or any
knowledge tending directly or indirectly to con
Hoot them with the conspiracy.
But, after weeks of industrious labor and ro
GOarcb, tho detectives failed to discover anything
of the slightest consequence bearing upon tho
aabloct. inis result was c??Drniiuicated to the
itauicala in the Cabinet, and by them confided to
tho leading Radicals?then about to assemblo -in
Congress, and probably to many, certainly to a
few, celebrities of their faction not in any office.
These parties, aa will bo readily surmised, were
disappointed and sorely grieved. They had al
ready arrived at the conclusion that it would be
foula and impolitio to try Davis and other rebel
leaders for treason, and their thirst for blood and
vengeance, and desire to increase tho humility
and ignominy of tho Southern poople, by hanging
like a dog their lato chief, was aggravated by tho
?nexpected report that nothing had been found to
Implicate him in the assassination. But tho
Wood-thirsty *re neither tasily discouraged nor
Over scrupulous as to what means they employ
for obtaining their ends. Another agent of groat
xperienco and shrewdness was engaged to per
form the work which tho others had failed to ac
complish. He was charge to find tho necessary
Witnesses at all hazards; to proceed a la Forney,
Or in any way he deemed best calculated to insuro
? access, but on no account to fail. With a zeal
Worthy of a better cause, ho entered upon his
duties, and in a few weeks produced noarly a
flor?n witnesses, who deposed under oath, iu the
Bureau of Military Justice, to mattors and facts
enough to hang both Davis and Clay higher than
One of these witnesses, calling himself William
Campbell, deposed that he was a nativo of New
Orleans, and had been a Confederate soldier; that
in the latter part of March or 1st of April, 1805, he
Was called on at Richmond by John H. Surratt,
Who bore a letter of introduction from William O.
Cloary, then in Canada; that said letter requested
nun to introduce Surratt to Judah P. Benjamin,
Boorotarv of Stato, with whom ho (deponcut) was
intimatelv acquainted, and assured him that Sur
Jfatt would unfold a grand srhemo, in which lie
eponent) was earnestly solicited to participate;
that Surratt did, on the same day, disclose to
tirm the plot to assassinate tho President and
delivered to tho Socrotary a package of lettora
Which were immediately opened and perused. '
CUhtbell thon protends to relato, with much
tfirsumstantiality, and with ingenious vraisem
blance, the particulars of two interviews ho held
with Mr. Davis, in company with Subratt, and a
third party namod Hnevel, in which interviews
Mr. Davis expressed his warm approval of the
plot, fully justified it as a legitimate measure of
War, and promised them protection in the ovent
Of their being eaptured. All thia very minute and
Curious statement was regularly and solemnly
Bworn to by Campbell and Snevel, and thoir de
positions were fllod in tho Bureau of Military Jus
tloe (Joe Holt, ohiof. )
The writer proceed? :
And here we come to the most astounding part
O rmy disclosure. This man "William Campboll"
and hia friend -"?.nevel," whose first name,
or rather alia?, I do not remember, on being
brought before tne Judiciary Committeo for ex
amination, acknowledged that the above names
f?d not belong to them but wero fictitious; that
they had never been in tho rebel sorvice nor in
Richmond; that they had never seen Davis or
Benjamin or Surratt in thoir lives; that they never
neard of any plot to destroy Lincoln until after
his death; that thoro was not a word of truth iu
the depositions they mado for the Bureau of Mili
tary Justico, but that tftoy made such depositions
lor a pecuniary reward, beiug first furnished with
tho statement they wore desired to ?wear to and
committing it to memory for the purpose'; and
that tho other paities. some seven et eight in
number, who made depositions for the bureau re
ferrod to, every oue or them deposed undor falso
names to false statements for pecuniary conside
The depositions of tho other "witnossos," under
the assumed names of Wright, Williams, Patten.
DouglasB, Meredith, Knapp, &c accused Davis of
complicity in tn? assassination just as poaitivoly
end were aa ingeniously concocted as those of
Campbell and Hnevel. Haviug accomplished so
Bauch in the way of procuring ovidonce, tho Radi
cal conspirator? urged President Johnson with all
thou- force to appoint a commission for tho trial of
the distinguished culprit. Campbell a,nd other
"witnesses" were taken bof ire His Excolloncy and
the Oabinet,in order that their frank demeanor and
honorable appearance could be observed aud
Were asked a row questions by the President and
examined nt considerable length by Mr. Howard
to tho apparent satisfaction of ail that thoy wero
telling the truth, and uothing but the truth. Tho
President, as is known, did not at once appoint
the oommisfion, but he was prevailed on to call
for the opinion of ths Attorney-General as to tho
legality aud propriety of trying him by military
court parties implicated in tho assassination, and
tho Attornoy-Oeneral soon alter gave the opiniou
and the argument upon which ho based it, that it
Would not only bo legal ami propor to try partios
o accused by a military court, hut that it would
be clearly illegal and lrnpn pur to arraign thorn
before a civil tribuual. The Radical conspirators
now regarded Davis as good as disposed of, aud
iiokod their jawa with gleo.
But, unfortunately for them, tho President
Would not bo hurried into ordering a military
trial. Finding it luiposulbl? to induco tho Prom
flent to convoke a military court for the immola
tion o 1 the robel chiof, tho Radicals were bitterly
disappointed, and ?ouio of ihom wore furious.
Thoy determined, however, not to bo boateu alto
5ether; not to throw aside as worthless, "evi
enoo which had been procured at so much
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Sronble and exponno, but ir possible to turn it to
eomo aooount. With Maebaveliaa adroitness they
nnnr.fii?Prl ?. ?oL.mo wln-reby, if they could not
?, they cotilo at Ittmat load him with
it the aamo timo wroak exquisito
Presidoiit Johnson for declining to
?uu.? ?>~uiii. ?im amen aveiuui adroitness thoy
conceived a sobuno whereby, if tney could not
hang Mr. Davis, they conl ut least load him with
Infamy, and at "-- -
Vengoance on P_. ?..?
lid their murderous doaigns.
The proooBB roliod on for tho consummation of
thiB doublo.hoadod project waa romarkablo for its
simplicity. Tho dopositionB of tho spurious wit
nesses were to bo preeorved in tho Buroau of Mili
tary Justtco, and at a proper timo rendered accos
siblo to tho prosB and tho historian. Nouo of tho
allegod criminal proceedings of Davis set forth in
tho nuiuorouB deposition?, with tho exception of
thOHo pretended to havo occurred in tho prcBonco
of Benjamin (who belog acouBOtl a? particcps
eriminis would not be believed), wore susccptible
of refutation, till his criminal conversations and
transaction? bei?/,', ns alleged, in either tho pro
hciico of prominent rebeln, aluce deceased, ami
tho witnesses, or in tho prcBpnco of tho witnesses
alouo. Davis could and would, therefore, bo pub
lished to the world a? a monitor and ?f murderer
deserving to bo cursed like* Cain and driven from
ChriBtoudom; aud no matter how much be might
eay to vindicate himself, or how eloquent? in?
friends might expatiate on his Christian charac
ter and high seuao of honor, tbree-rourth? of biB
countrymen, and posterity gouorally, would bo
liovo him guiliy. ,. .. ,,
This tho Radical couapiratora thought would
effectually dispoao of Davis, aud bo as great a
punishment a? ho could bear.
But how wero thoy to reach Mr. Johnson ? no
had already beon donouncod for his lonienco to
ward tho rebel leader?, and with ondoavoring, for
political purpose?, to iugratiato himself with tho
jouth. and they would now go before tbo country
with tbo argument that his failure to put Davis
ou his trial for tho murder of Lincoln, in face of
tho overwhelming ovidonco that could havo been
brought agaiuHt him, as appeared from tho de
positions iu tho Bureau of Military Justico, was
tho result of his dosiro aud schomo to obtain tho
friendship and favor of tho South, aud of biB
gratitude to Mr. Davis for removing his predeces
sor and thus olovating him to tho Chiof Magis
tracy of the nation.
It" will bo readily aeon that a most powerful
weapon could havo been mudo of all this against
Mr. Johnson in tho North.
ALL SOHl'S OP PARAGRAPHS.
[From the Uoston Post]
Bell Boyd is acting badiy in England?playact
Turnips aro now made into paper.
Oil has boon struck in Overton County, Tenn.
Horses arc brushed by steam in Eugland.
Lindaey, tlio murderer of bis child, tbo Rocbee
tor Union says, has been a very ardent Radical.
Bunches of white currauts for tho ears and cher
ry ear-rings are in voguo iu Paris.
Jeff. Davis' health is said not to be so good as
Sit. Washington was crowned with enow last
Tho best motivo for leaving the city?tho loco
A dark cloud, financially Bpoakiog, is ono that
has no silver lining.
There ar? itioo hundred steam railroad corpora
tions in tho United States.
A Memphis iady recently renounced her ro
ligion and married a Hobrow in tho synagogue.
The St. Joseph Union speakB of a curiosity in
the shape of a chicken with four logs and five
A young man was eaten by BharfcB while bath
ing in Mobile?.
The New Yorkers aro bog inning to agitate the
question of a freo public library.
New Orleans has throe or four times as many
negroes as it had beforo tho war.
Govornor Patton, of Alabama, is in Illinois,
solici ing contributions of corn for tho Buffering
pcoplo of his State.
A bump-back whale, 14 feet in length, visited
tho Portsmouth (N. H.) navy yard last week, and
A man in Philadelphia attempted to mediate in
a quarrel betwoon a man ana wife, and had his
head split open for his pains.
Tho CheyonneB aro again on tho war path.
Thoy receutlv murdered some settlers who wero
bathing in the Littlo Bluo River.
A brother-in-law of the Sultan has proBented
him with a gold inkstand ornamonted with dia
monds. It cost $-10,000.
Robert Dale Owen favors giving help to Mex
ico. From present appearances tho redemption
of tho Mexicans will bo owin' to their own exer
Swimming is one or tho regular branches of a
A ball was hold in a Germac beor saloon at
New Richmond, Ohio, a few nights since, and tho
festivities closed with the murder of a man
narnod Acres, in the presence of his wife and
Brigham Young recently got into a passion in
regard to Uncle Sam's proposed mode of selecti ig
jurors in Ut ib, awore tearfully, and threatened to
whip his Uucle.
The bouse of Mrs. Warnor, in Nowark, N. J.,
was entered by a robbor, and on the lady refusing
to surrender her money, she was choked, chloro
formed and robbed.
"Terrible weather, this 1" Baid Quilp, wiping
his brow. "Never aaw any weather too hot for
me," was the derisive reply. "Good for you,"
said Quilp; "I congratulate yon on being prepar
ed for your ultimate destiny 1"
The new style of bonnet in Paris ie called the
Catalane. It is described as "long and square,"
the shape of the pocket handkorohief tho Italian
women wear on their heads. Another eweet thing
ia the Bolero visite.
Tho Chaplain of the Houbo of Representatives
has thiB bobb?ou prayed hard for the party of tho
majority of tho House, and they have increased
bis salary from $1200 to $1500. He has gained
this $300 extra by praying on tho strong aide.
Tho Cincinnati Commercial (Republican) thinks
tho Convention called by Randall, Doolittle,
Browniug, Cowan aud others, to meet in Phila
delphia on the 14th of August, is likely to assumo
the proportions of a political evont of first-olaas
A balloonist in Romo, New York, undertook to
mako au ascension on tho 4th with a rarifiod air
balloon. Mho concern took fire aud floated ovor
tho town, dropping burning fragments among
tho buildings, two of which wero destroyed.
A Mobilo papor aays tho Austrian Ambassador
bad returned from Atlanta with nineteen ex-Con
fedorate officers, all of whom have accepted poai
tions in tlio Austrian army. Large nnmbtra of
Mobiliaus would accompany him ou his return to
Europe, both as officers and privates.
A spiritualistic paper in Williamsburgh, N. Y.,
publishes some versos purporting to havo boon
written in "tho seventh sphere" by the assassin
of Mr. Lincoln, commencing, "Oh God, what fiery
waves of hell a?rons my burdened conscience
roll!" and ending, ''Yo hoarv age, yothoughlloBB
youth, avoid tue fate of John* Wilkes Booth 1"
A largo partv of Osago Indians aro on a visit to
8t. Louis, exhibiting their war paint and costumes,
dancing war dances in tho streets, imbibing fire
water, and colliding pennies.
There aro living near La Crosao, in ono school
diBtrict, live brothers, who, in t#o years, wore
married to flvo womeu who have had before
oloven husbands, eight of whom aro still alivo.
Robert Bruce Blackburn, of Blackburnsboro'
Scotland, ono of the wealthiest manufacturers in
Europe, died a few months k?.ioo, leaving an
estate uatimatod at over $2,000,000. Tho hoira-at
la?v are said to roaido in tfourgU and Arkansas.
If it was a htriking examplo of politeness in
Charles the Second, when, on his doath-bed, bo
boggod pardon of tho o ?tnpany in attondanco "for
being ?neb an uncotiBciotiublv long timo iu dying,"
it was certainly an instance of good manners
scarcely loss romarkablo on tho part of a gentle
man who, at the funeral of his baby, aoologized
to tho audience r.?r presentir? so small a coffin to
so largo an assembly That man was a gentle
man, you mav bo euro.
Two men in Covington Ohio, Peter Murphy
and Henry Hirrimau, recootly fought acrot-B a
table with revolvers. Nine shots wero fired by
both parties, but ?itbout fatal result to cither.
Murphy had a good looking wtfo aud 11 arriman
had boarded in tlio family, aud the former
thought the attentions of tbo latter wero rathor
too marked, aud accordingly he made a mark of
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They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
They are tho best Ritters in the world. They maka
tho weak strong, and aro exhausted nature's great re
storer. They are made of pure St Croix Rum, the cele
brated Calisaya Bark, roots and herbs, and are taker,
with the pleasure of a beverage, without regard to ago
or time of day. Particularly recommended to delicate
persons requiring a gentle stimulant. Sold by all Oro
oera, Druggists, Hotels and Saloonb. Only genoln.
when Oork is covered by our private U. 8. Stamp. Be
ware of counterfeits and refilled battles.
P. H. DRAKE & CO.,
No. 21 Park Row, New York,
"'-" "" ? gtuth ly
EATHAIRON IS FROM THE GREEK WOBI
"Ka thro, "'or "Kathalro, " signifying to cleanse
rejuvenate and restore. This article is what Its nami
signifies. For preserving, restoring and beautifying tht
human hair, it Is the moBt remarkable preparation In tht
world. It la again owned and put up by the original
proprietor, and la now made with the tame care, skill
and attention whioh gave it a aale of over one million
bottles per annum.
It la a most delightful Hair Dressing.
It eradicates sourf and dandruff;
It keeps the head cool and clean.
It makes the hair rich, soft and glossy.
It prevents the hair from falling off and turning gray
It restores hair upon bald beads.
Any lady or gentleman who vaines a beautiful beac
of hair should nse Lyon's Kathairon. It 1b known ant
nsed throughout the clvlllxod world. Hold by all re
speoUble dealers. DEMAS BARNES & 00.,
October 28 ttuthlyr Now York
DORBAUM & MENKE,
No. 186 KING-STREET,
NEAR IIORL.BKCKVS ALLEY,
ABE HAPPY TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
patrons that they aro now "selling and malting up
to order," AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICE?, their
woU-selortad Stock of fine CLOTHS. 0AH*IMBRE8,
DOESKINS, SILK-MIXED OOATINUS, DRaB D'KTEd,
All orders promptly exoouted. Qood fits and proper
workmanship guaranteed. Btuthimos Mir 19
LOUIS 1?. DkSAUOSUBE,
BROKER & COMMISSION MERCHANT
FOB THE 8ALE AND PURCHASE OF
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, &c,
AND SALE OF
Gotten? Naval Stores and Produce.
OFFICE NO. ?3 BROAD-STREET,
, CHARLESTON, 8. O.
March 97 tuthsD insumo
EickniB Bro?sr and Collection Agent
No. 229 Broad Street, Augusta, t?a,,
Bays and sells on Commission, GOLD and SILVER
30IN. BANK NOTE8, BOND8, COUPONS and STOCKS
>1 all kinds, and EXCHANGE.
Also Collects for all parts of the United State?, and
makes remittances promptly.
RETEnKNosa.?MoKsrs. Oonsku At Wilson, DxCorrss
k Balas, E. H. RonoxBB & Co., OharloBton %0.
Jane 10 ariiftiSm"?
ROYAL HAVAfA LOTTERY Oh CI'UA,
OONDUtfiTiD RY THE 8PANI8U GOVERNMENT
360,000 IN GOLD DRAWN EVERY BEVKNTKJBp
Prizes cashed and Information frmtlshed.
The highest rates paid tor Oonoioons anu aU ?nod
3old %n<' Silver. TIYLOB * CO.. Jta< fcer?,
February It Brno Mo? If ?Yaluitreeti new ?nkj
THE OLD STERLING REMEDY
GENUINE COLLETON BITTERS
THESE BITTEN?! APE PORTLY A VEGETABLE
COMPOUND, and era oflbrM lotlie publia under tho
fullent conviction that 'h?-y will !> found i a.tfoand sov
oridgii REMEDY Von I Y jl'I.PS A.
They have broa irlntiip*iiuilty tested i>v numerous
fniiilllosaud I'livH'cian . i" tin south, wh ' have furnish
ed ampio testimony a? to th-ir deckled excellence.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON DITTFR8I
?'uro? N"-rvoue Heartache,
MBB. JENKINS' COLLETON ?II l Ens I
bireiiutl ens ihi< Digostlrs Organs.
MUS. JENKINS' COLLE ION HIT i EUS I
Htiiiiuliiti-x a Torpid Live*.
MB8. JENKINS' COLLETON 111 11 EUS I
( omets ?cldity of tho Stomach,
MRS. JENKINS'COLLE ION MUTER*!
Creates ? Good Appotito.
MRS. JENKINS" COLLETON BITTKU8I
Cur?? Dyspoiioiu la H? mom ntrgravatod form.
MES. JENKIN8' COLLEToN BITTKKBI
bcjiiv? natoB Old Ago.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTKKSI
Aro truly called "Tho People's Medicino."
FOR PALE BY ALL DRDOGWT8.
FOR SALE AY ALL DKIHK1WTS.
FOB SALE BY ALL I)i.U(?OI8l'8.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRU'iGlSTS,
FOR SALE BY ALL DUUUOIaXS.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWA' OV AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IMITA'ITOV.
BEWARE OF AN lMlTAlloN.
?y Tho TRADE will be supplied on LIBERA
All orders ehould he addressed to
WM. A. 8KRINE, M. D.,
FAMILY MEDIOINE WAREHOUSE,
No. 26?) King utroot,
Manufacturer and Sole A?out for Mre. Jouklns.
Proprietor and Maouf-tcturer of EPPING'S COM
POUND FLUID EXiRACi SARSAPAKILLA AND
QUfcEN'8 DELIOHT, tho heat known roiaody for Scro
fula and Eruptions of tho btt i, l.ecouimimded espe
cially by PhyaicianB lor aU Impuritios of t .o Syetom.
July 7 _ Omoa -
No. 288 King-street.
PRATT & wiE?l? BROTHERS,
.TSTo. 238 King-street,
FOURTH DOOR ABOYE MARKET-ST.,
Charleston, S. C.
N. A. PRATT, 1 S. W. WILSON. ( P. B. WIL80N.
Chemist to late g.' ? * ?
M inTu6 Bu" ?rm?
r?in B 1 Chemi?t to late
reaa* \ O b Ord. Dop't.
The Proprietors are Sativo Georgians.
JulV 7 0
HURLEY'S POPULAR WORM CANDI
18 A SPECIFIC FOR WORMS.
IN PALATABLE FORM, AND WARRANTED TO OURBV
PRATT & WILSON BROS.,
No. 338 KING-BTnEET, OHARLESTON, 8. 0..
FOB CHILLS ?AND FEVERl
USE TUB BEeT
HURLEY'S AGUE TONIC
VTEVEB FAILS ?ALWAYS TO BE DEPENDED
J.1 upon?nothing more redoblo than HURLEY'S
Will onre A/ruo and Fovor, Chilla and Fover. Intermit
tent Fever, Dumb Ague. Every person who has tried
Hurley'? Tonic speako in high terms of it. An a curative
agont it Is unsurpassed, and more certain than quinine?
No bad results from using Hurley's Tonie. Everybody
should uso Hurley's Ague Tonic.
PRATT & WILSON BROS.,
No. 288 KING-STREET, OHARLESTON, 8. O.
NEWS AND HERALD,
No. Ill Bay-street, Savannah, Ga.,.
OFFICIAL PAPKIt OF TUE CITY,,
Is aaaigned the publication of
As having tho
In the City and County,
And Publishes the Legal Advertisements of nearly ever??
County which has its Advertising done in Savavannah,
It ie the
BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM:
In its Section of tho State.
Dally.$10 per Annans
I-ri-Weekly. 6 " ??
Weekly. a "
S. W. MASON,
Iviitioi unit Hroprietor?
18 6 6.
THE COLUMBIA PHOCMX
Ureat Redaction In the Untes of Ailver
THE COLUMBIA PnCENIX (PnBMHHED DA?L?
and Trl-Weekly) haa been GREATLY KNLARGED,
ind in the quantity and quality ol its rordlng matter
will compare favorably with any paper In the State. Tho
mbscrlptlon price to the Daily is ?in a year; Tri-Week?
The terms i'or transient advertising have been RE
DUCED OVER TWENTY-KIVE PEU CENT. ? while thfj
nonthly and quarterly rates have boeu lowered to suoh
m extent as to place tho column? of iho paper within
?hi- oaoh of dealer? and manufacturers g-tit<r.?;ty.
JJLlAti A KLBY,
January 38 Proprletoi Uoiumola Pu nix,