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HAVANA, Maroh The Governor of
Trinidad, Villa Clara, and Col. Monduran,
who commands the forces ?ear Remedios,
have been accused of disloyal ty. Fou r co m
panies of mobilized volunteers have gone td
the enemy. General Letooa's advance
f;uavd was defeated by the rebels near Cien
negoa. Several expeditions from the
United States, well equipped, are known to
have landed recently. Cuban accounts of
the expeditions to raise the siege of Puerto
Principe, are unfavorable to the Spaniards, j
Affairs In Washington.
WASHINGTON, Maroh 26.-In the House,
the Committee on Foreign Affairs reported
a resolution declaring Bympathy with the
people of Cnba in their efforts to secure in?
dependence and establish a republican go?
vernment. Also, reports on the former
resolution, authorizing tbe President to re?
cognize .Cuba. Recommitted. The tenure
of office-bill was returned, and after a long
and demoralizing debate, a motion to con?
cur in the Senate amendments was defeated
-70 to 95. It goes back to the Seuate as a
simple refusal. Adjourned to Monday.
. In the Senate, the effort to take up the
Memphis and El Paso Railroad bill, failed.
Tho bilV removing the politionl disabilities
ot Jos. tl'Taylor, of Montgomery County,
Virginia, passed. Adjourned to Monday.
.There was a full Cabinet meeting to-day.
The President made several nominations,
bot noue affecting the South.
NEW YOEE, March 26.-There was a
Sacked Cuban meeting last night, nt which
[ayor Hall presided. Charles A. Dana of?
fered resolutions expressing sympathy with
tho Coban patriots, and urging tho Govern?
ment to recognize them as belligerents,
whioh were adopted enthusiastically. The
signers to the call for the meeting were: W.
O. Bryant, Henry Ward Beecher, C. A. Daua,
J. G. Bennett, George Wilkes, G. W. Cur?
tis, and others.
GREENVILLE, TENN., March 2G.-Ex-Pre?
sident Johnson is better, and out of danger.
SAVANNAH, March 28.-Judge Scohly ren?
dered a decision this morning, in the quo
warranta case of Clement? vs. White, that
negroes were ineligible to office in tho State
CHARLESTON, March 26.-Arrived
steamers Charleston, New York; Sea Gull,
Baltimore; brig J. A. Devoreaux, from New
York for Havanna, with one man injured
and a spar damaged; schooner W. B. Mann,
Philadelphia. Sailed-steamers Prome?
theus, Philadelphia; Falcon, Baltimore.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL..
NEW YOEE, March 26-Noon.-Thero are
no sessions of the stock exchange at open
board and tho gold room-being "Good
Friday." On the street poid is 31?^. Flour
10(?)15c. better. Wheat 2(<j>3c. better. Pork
dull-new mess 31.62Jfirstname.lastname@example.org. Strum lard
18^. Cotton quiet, at 28%@29. Freights
7 P. M.-Cotton quiet, with sales of 950
bales, nt 28^4@20. Corn closed drooping
new mixed Western 85?87. Pork heavy
now mess email@example.com. Lard quiet.
Whiskey 95. Rico dull-Carolina 8%@D>X.
BALTIMORE, March 2G.-Cotton quiet.
Flour active-low grades higher. Wheat
firm. Corn dull-white 80(2(82. Oats and
rye steady. Provisions unchanged. Whis?
key with a better feeling, nt 94.
MoniLE, March 2G.-Cotton quiet; sales
600 bales-middlings 26%@27; receipts 516.
AUGUSTA, March 26.-(Jottou market firm?
er; sales 618 bales; receipts 250-middlings
SAVANNAH, March 26.-Cotton firm but
quiet-middlings 27%@28; sales 800 bales;
CHARLESTON, March 26.-Cotton dull aud
It appears that the Missouri Legislature
was in too big a hurry about the ratification
of tbe suffrage amendment Some one tele?
graphed them tho wrong amendment, and
they ratified it; so that now the work goes
for nothiug, and tho Legislature does not
re-assemble until next year. This shows
the bad effect of ratifying amendments on
A colored man named Porkus Mockall,
living in the village of Lawton, Georgia,
poisoned two children left in his charge,
and then fled to the woods, but was after
terwards arrested and confined. A number
of persons who witnessed the dying agonies
of the little sufferers, were so exasperated
that it was with difficulty they could be
prevented from putting the fiend out of the
way at onoe.
A despatch from Madrid says tho com?
mittee appointed by tho Cortes to draft a
form of government, has reported a consti?
tutional monarohy. The King is to reign
eighteen years-the Senators will hold
office for thirteen years, and the members
of Congress for three years. The church
and State will be kept separate.
An industrious and faithful colored man,
named Monroe Sherman, employed by the
Augusta Gas Company, was allowed a day's
holiday on Thursday; went banting, and
striking his gun rather hard on the ground,
caused an explosion, the entire load passing
through his head. Instant death was the
A terrible riot occurred in OouBtantinoplo
on tho 14th ult., in whioh seven persons
were killed and nineteen or twenty wound
od. Tho troublo grew oat of a religious
excitemeut between two sects of Mohamme?
Tho highway locomotive steam eugiuo
built in Worcester, Mass., made on experi?
mental trip, yesterday, and gnvo coneidera
Report for Week ending Friday, March 26, '>M
PHOENIX Ornes, CoiuikD?, March 27,; 1869.
Thero ha? not been much doing in cotton during |
the paBt week. The sales 'that hayo taken place
were on a basia of 26@26| for middlings.
The sales of the week were 208 bales, as follows:
2 at 20; 8 at 25; 9 at 054; 21 at 25}; 12 at 25$; 94 at j
26; 37 at 26j; 25 at 20}.
No change in other articles of country produce.
Tho followiug are buying rates of South Caro?
lina Bank Notes, prepared by Gregg, Palmer & Co.,
So.Western B. B..old,50
People's.. . 70
Planter J and Moonan.55
Bank of Camden.65
Bank uf Charleston. .50
Bank of Chester. 7
Bank of Georgetown. 10
Bank of Newberry.. .65
Bank South Carolina. 8
State South Caro, old,-lo
State South Caro, now, 8
Wholesale farlee* Current.
BT THE COLUMBIA HOARD OF TRADE.
Arr-LES, ^JbuB.l 2501 50 |
BAQOINO, Gunny,25 028.
Dundee \lyd-?25 |
BALE BOFE. Manilla,?26
N.Y. or Wes.tylb. 10^15
BUTTER, Northorn, ?50
Countrv,.$? lt.. .30035
Sides, y lb.18020
CANDLES, Sporm. .40070
COTTON YAUN..2 0002 20
COTTON, Strict Mid.0271
LowMiddl'g, 25 023}
Ordinary.22 ? 23
CHBBSB, E. D. it...20??
Co i- FEE, Bio, c' lb..22026
Northern.. 8 ?O014OO
GRAIN, Com.. 1 1801 2.j
Wheat. 2 2503 00
Oats.1 0001 10
Peas.1 1001 20
HAY, Northorn, ?Jjwt.
HIDES, Drv.tM? -.124018
INDIOO, Carolina.101 25
LOKBBtt, Brds, 100 1.1 50
Shingles, #1.000..2 75
LIME, f) bbl.. .2 700 2 80
MK vi s, Pork. ^Hb... 15}
NewOrleansl 00@1 25
Sugar House.75@l 25
NAILS, lt og.. 6 00@7 00
ONIONS. $> bus. 12502 00
OIL, Kerosene, $)g 85075
Machinery_75? 1 00
POULTRY, Ducks, pr..
SPECIE, Gold.. 1 8001 82
Silver.1 2001 23
POTATOES, Irish.7501 25
Sweet, $>buah. .90075
BICE, Carolina, D>. 11010
SHOT, "e?l>ag.. 3 250 3 50 I
SALT, Livorp'1.2 7003 00
80 AP, 1-i\h.7}?U
SPIRITS, Alcohol,gal.6 00 I
Braiutv... 4 00012 00
Hoi) vndGin.5 0007 00
American.. .3 5S04 00
Jam'? Bum . 6 0007 00
N. E. "... .3 5003 75
I Ho.\Vhiskev,3 50?4 50
Bectitied_1 500 2 00
SUOAR, Crus'd, tb.20022
STARCH, $Hb. .. .10012}1
TEA, Green, Ih.l 0002 00
Black,.1 0001 50
TOBACCO, Chow..5001 25
Smoking, \ db.5001 00
VlNBOAB, Wino, g.70075
French.1 2501 50
WINE, Cham. g.25 032 00
Port, ^gal. .30005 00
Madeira....3 5006 00
NEWSPAPER RESPONSIBILITY IN THE SOUTH.
The murder of E. A. Pollard in Richmond,
and the subsequent acquittal of ( Irani, the
murderer, after tho mockery of a trial, and
the more recent assassination of Wallace, in
Warren ton, (la., and the Bpeedy lynching]
of tho assassin by a band of regulators,
seem to have exercised the Northern press
in no small degreo on tho subject of news?
paper responsibility in tho South. An
editorial art icio in the Now York 1'imes Bays
that "the idea of newspaper responsibility
in the Southern States do not seem to be
well settled or understood everywhere in
tho same way. In Richmond, Ci rant hides j
in an upper room, and shoots stealthily an
editor, who speaks disrespectfully of his
sister; he is tried and acquitted amid the
applause of thc surrounding populace
from which one might infer that in Vir?
ginia it is deemed quite the thing to shoot
an editor whose manuer of conducting his |
paper gives offence. Per contra-at War
reutou, Ga., an editor named Wallace calls
a man, named Durden, a liar and a black?
guard, upon which Dardeu shoots and kills
him-and is soon after taken from tho jail
and himself killed by a body of men who
did not accept the Virginia doctrino of edi?
torial responsibility, and who were yet
afraid a Georgia jury might like it well
enough to act upon it. So they resolved
themselves into court, jury and execution?
er, and proceeded accordingly."
NEGROES GAIN A LAWSUIT IN KENTUCKY.
Gn tho 18th inst., Mary Alsop, a woman of
color, and her six children, recovered
judgmcut of $12,000, with several years'
interest, against the executor and heirs of I
Samuel Redding, deceased, late of this
County, who was himself tho executor of
Jesse Alsop, a wealthy planter of Missis
sippi, who died in this County somo ton or |
twelve years ago. Out of his large estate,
which was situated in Kentucky and Missis?
sippi, he devised to Mary, his freedwoman,
and her six children, whom ho had emanci?
pated and sot up in life iu the County of
Claiborne, Ohio, $30,000, to be raised by
his executor after his death by sale of his
property in Mississippi, consisting of land,
negroes, stock, kc. The executor fuiled to
do so. Tho snit was brought, with tho ro
sult abovo stated.-Springfield correspond?
ence of the Louisville Courier-Journal.
Among tho bills introduced into the House
of Representatives, Monday, was one to
elect a delegate to Congress from tho Dis
trict of Columbia, and another to tho effect
that any person elected to Congress who is
unable to take the "iron-clad oath" shall
not bo entitled to his seat, but the party re?
ceiving tho next highest number of votes,
if able to take such oath, shall be ad?
James M. Quinn, a native of Charleston,
and latterly a resident of San Francisco,
lins turned out to bo an Irish Earl by birth,
though ho never, until quite recently, knew |
tho agreeable fact. How noble it sounds to
bo called tho Honorablo Earl of Dunraven.
Much more lofty sounding thau plain "Jim"
PURSUING A PHANTOM.-A woman in Min?
nesota lately leaped down a well sixty feet
deep in pursuit of Truth, which she had
heard lay nt tho bottom of it. At last ac?
counts, she was pursuing n Choyenno editor
with tho same object.
Tho following is a list of tho Acta and
joiut resolutions paeued at the last session
of tho X>gwlature7--gearly all of which
have been, signed by the Governor. Mr.
Jonnieon, the private Secretory, will accept
our thanks for his assistance in making ont
An Act to incorporate the Wateree and
North Carolina Railroad Company.
An Aot to alter and amend an Act enti?
tled "An Act to incorporate the village of
An Act to incorporate tho Homestead,
Building, Planting and Loan Association of
An Act to incorporate the Palmetto Fire
and Marine Insurance Company.
An Act to provide for the pince of hold?
ing Court in Barnwell County.
An Act to prevent and punish duelling.
An Aot to charter Broxton's Ferry, across
the Great Saltkahatnhi? River.
An Act to incorporate the South Carolina
Central Railroad Compauy.
An Act to amend an Aot entitled "An Act
to define the jurisdiction aud duties of
An Act to extend the time in which tho
Camden Bridge Company may rebuild their
An Act to regulato the manner of grant?
ing a final dismissal to executors, adminis?
trators, trustees, guardians, or committees.
An Act to incorporate tbe town of Pick
An Act to vest in Isaac G. Long the char?
ter of a water course through Kingston
Lake and Maple Swamp, in Horry County.
An Act accepting the donation of lands tc
the State of South Carolina for Agricultural
An Act to rouew the charter of tho Cam?
den Independent Fire Engine Company.
An Aot to provide for the payment of thc
fees of Sheriffs for dieting persons confin?e
An Act to make appropriation for tin
payment of per diem and mileage of th?
members of the General Assembly, and tb<
salaries of the subordinate officers, anti
other expenses incident thereto.
An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Aci
to provide for tho temporary organizatioi
of tho Educational Dcpaitment of tin
An Act to alter and amend the crimina
An Act to incorporate the Lake Swam]
Navigutiou Compauy, of Horry County.
An Act to renew the charter of the ferr
across the Great Peo Deo River known ai
Old Ports Ferry.
An Act to incorporate tho South Carolini
An Act to incorporate tho Home Insax
anco Company, of Charleston.
An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Ac
to organize thc Circuit Courts."
An Act to confirm and declare valid th
recent election of Mayor and Aldermen o
the city of Charleston. ,
An Act to pr?vido for au election to fi]
certain vacaucies in County offices.
An Act to repeal an Act entitled "An Ac
to prevent persons holding certain offices o
emolument from leaving the State."
An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Ac
to regulate tho manner of drawing jurors.
An Act to amend an Act entitled "Au Ac
to define the jurisdiction and regulato th
practice of Probate Courts."
Au Act to repeal Section 8 of an Act t
alter tho Act entitled "An Act to amend th
An Act to define tho duties of State R<
porter, and to provide for the publicatio
of tho Supreme Court reports.
An Act to repeal the tenth Section of a
Act eutitled "An Act to appoint a Board <
Commissioners of the City of Charlestoi
with power and authority to declare in win
cases tho streets, lanes and alleys shall 1
widened, and to provide for carrying inl
execution the objects of said Board, aud f<
other purposes therein mentioned."
Joiut resolution to appoint a Committ<
of Investigation for the Third Congressioi
Joint resolution to authorize the S?cr?tai
of State to purchase thirty-eight copies
Richardson's Reports, &c.
Joint resolution to nnthorize tho Gover
or of tbe Stato to fill the vacancies in tl
State Board of Equalization.
Joint resolution to authorize the Secret
ry of State to purchase for distribution ce
tain State Reports.
Au) Act to incorporate the Union Sti
Fire Engine Company as a part of the J? i
Department of the city of Charleston.
! An Act to incorporate the Rooky Riv
Baptist Church, in the County of Andt
\ An Act to regulate tho practice of med
cine in this State.
I An Act to regulate tho agencies of I
suranco Companies no1 iucorporated iu tl
Stato of South Carolin ..
Joint resolution instructing the Stn
I Treasurer to pay B. H. Rice & Co. in Unit
States eu rr o i icy.
An Act to prescribe certain rules to
observed in tho government of ferries ai
bridges privileged to charge toll.
An Aot to amend an Act entitled "An A
to establish quorautino at Georgetow
Charleston and Hilton Head."
An Act to incorporate tho Carmel Chore
in Pickons County.
An Act to incorporate tho Columl
Building and Loan Association.
An Aot to enable tho Savannah a
Charleston Railroad Compauy to comph
An Act lo chango tho location of t
connty seat of Barnwell County from Bat
well Court House to Blackville.
An Act to ratify, confirm and amend t
charter of tbe Charleston (South Carolii
Mining and Manufacturing Company.
Au Act to provide for tho cousolidati
of tho statute laws of tho State of Sot
An Act to punish Sheriffs and other of?
ficers for violating tho Homes toad.
An Act to establish a State Orphan Asy?
An Aol to incorporate tho Aiken Sanitary
Association. * . 'i 1
An Aot to renew tho charter of Pendle?
ton Village, in the County of Anderson.
Joint resolution directing .tho State Trea?
surer to pay S. L. Leap 1>art $184.93 for
oxtra services as Comptroller-General, dur?
ing the months of July and August.
Au Act to alter and amend au Act entitled
"An Act to authorize the sale of tho Colum?
An Act to regulate and provide for the
pay of Oommissionors and Managers of
A joint resolution authorizing the Govern?
or to employ an armed force for the preser?
vation of the peace.
An Act to re-enact certain Acts lending
the name and credit of the State to the
Greenville and Columbia Baiiroud Compa?
ny to validate tho action of said company
An Act to nmend an Act entitled "An Act
to rcgulute the manner of keeping and dis?
bursing funds by certain officers."
An Act to establish tho lien of Magis?
Au Act to renew tho charter of the
Charleston Bible Society.
An Aot to establish a public ferry in York
An Aot to incorporate certain societies in
tho city of Charleston.
An Act to authorize Sylvanus Mayo to
build a dock and collect wharfage in tho
town of Beaufort.
An Act to provide for the collection of
wharfage at Hilton Head.
An Act to incorporate tho Citizens' Sav?
ings Bank of South Carolina.
Au Act to incorporate certain Ure engine
An Act to incorporate thc Wilson's Bridge
Au Act to authorize the building of a
bridge to couueot tba Islands of Wadmalaw
An Act to enforce tho provisions of the
Civil Bight's Bill of the United States Con?
Joint resolution relieving E. W. Oliver,
late Sheriff of Fairfield Couuty, of a penalty
of five per cent, per month upon exueutiout
not returned by him.
Joint resolution to authorize and direel
tho Comptroller-General of tho State tc
provide and furnish offices for officers of the
An Act to incorporate the various Boardf
of the Methodist Episcopal Churches, ol
An Act to renew and amend tho charte:
of the town of Chester.
Au Act to alter and amend an Act enti
tied "Au Act to incorporate the town o
Marion, aud for other purposes thereii
An Act to facil?talo tho settlement of tin
affairs of the Bank of tho State of Soutl
An Act to authorize D. C. Wilson & Co
to build a dock aud collect wharfage iu th<
town of Beaufort.
An Act to determine tho value of contract
made in Confederate States notes or thei
An Act to authorize the Financial Agen
of tho State, iu tho city of New York, t<
plodgo the State bonds as collateral security
and for other purposes.
An Act to amend au Act entitled "An Ac
to fix tho salary and rcgulute thc pay of cer
An Act to alter and amend an Act enti
tlod "An Act to alter and amend the char
ter of tho King's Mountain Bailroad Com
pauy," passed December 10, 1851.
An Act to enable tho banks of tho Stab
to renew business or to place them in liqni
A joint resolution to pr?vido for tho iii
ting up of certain portions of tho Stat
A joint resolution relieving J. M. Wildei
late Sheriff of Sumter County, of a penalt
of five lier cent, per month upon execution
not returned by him.
A joint resolution for tho relief of Mri
Mary A. C. Hobbs.
A joint resolution authorizing the Stat
Treasurer to pay vbe Chairman of Board <
Commissioners of Elections, appointed b
the Constitutional Couvention, $320.
An Act to protect laborers and persor.
working under contract or shares of crop.
An Act to authorize the consolidation (
the Charlotte and South Carolina Bailroa
Company and the Columbia and Augusl
Railroad Company, and to amend tho eba
ter of the same.
An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Ai
to regulate attachments."
An Act to provide for the enumeration <
the inhabitants of tho State.
An Act to incorporate certain Uro cngir.
companies of Charleston, S. C.
An Act to incorporuto tho Ashley Fit
Engino Company, of Charleston, S. C.
An Act to authorize a luau for the relit
of the Treasury.
An Act to incorporate the Amate.tr Li
crary and Fraternal Association, of Charlo
An Act to incorporate the Calvary Bap ti
Church, of the city of Charleston.
An Act to renew tho charter o? tl
Charleston Aucieut Artillery Society
An Act to renew tho charter of th., fen
across tho Savannah River, known us tl
Stoney Bluff Ferry.
Au Act to incorporate tho Vanclm
Manufacturing Company, iu thu Stuto
An Act to incorporate tho Sumter Fi
Engino Company us a purt <>i tho Fire D
parttnent ti tho town of Sumter.
An Act to amend an Act entitled "An A
to lea.se tho State Road ruuuing from tl
County of Greenville, iu this State, acre
tho Saluda Mountain, to tho County i
Henderson, in North Carolina.
Joint resolution authorizing the County
Commissioners of Goonoo Comity to soil
tho interest of the Stete in the Koowee and
Tnokaseegee Turnpike Road.
Joint resolution nu tho ri zing the State
Treasurer to apportion to the several Conn
ties the appropriation of $25,000, au thor ?zed
in General Orders No. 139, of December 8>
1867, Headquarters Second Military Dis?
trict, for tbe support of free schools,. Ibo
same to be paid over to the respective Coun?
ty Treasurers, in order to pay teachers.
Joint resolution to dissolve the Board of
Special Commissioners appointed for Oco
nee County under an Ordinance entitled ?an
Ordinance to divide Pickens District into
two election and judicial districts," adopted
the 24th day of January, A. D. 1868.
An Aot to pr?vido assistance for the tran?
sient sick poor in the various cities and
towns of the State.
Au Aot to facilitate tho drawing of jurors
in this Stato.
An Act to authorize P. S. and W. B. Ben?
nett, of Beaufort County, to collect wharf?
A Joint resolution authorizing the Stato
Treasurer to pay to Dr. Alfred Raonls $315
for services rendered as physician to Charles?
ton Jail, and for medicines.furnished prison?
An Act to amend the charter of tho Sul?
phuric Acid aud Super-phosphate Compauy.
Au Act to incorporate the Longshore?
men's Proteotive Union Association of
Joiut resolution to provide for the publi?
cation of the Acts, reports, resolutions and
journals of the General Assembly.
An Act to incorporate the Mission' Pres?
byterian Church, of the city of Charleston,
An Act to empower the Judges of the Cir?
cuit Court to grant relief in cases of erro?
neous judgments obtained during the exist?
ence of the Provisional Government .of
An Act to organize and govern the militia
of the Stato of South Carolina.
Joint resolution authorizing the Governor
to purchase 2,000 stand of arms of the most
approved pattern, with usual complement
Joint resolution ratifying the fifteenth
amendment to the Constitution of the
United States of America.
An Act to incorporate tbe South Carolina
Improvement aud Trust Company.
An Act to provide for the conversion of
An Act to alter and amend the charter of
the town of Greenville, and for other pur?
An Act to provide a lien on buildings and
lands to parties furnishing labor and mate?
Joint resolution authorizing the Governor
to cause suit to bo instituted against the
Laurens Railroad Company to protect the
interests of the State.
An Act to establish a ferry between Hil?
ton Head Island and the mainland, in Beau?
An Act to establish a lazaretto or quaran?
tine hospital in the harbor of Charleston.
An Act to incorporate the Dorn Mining
and Manufacturing Company, of South Ca?
rolina, for mining and other pnrposes.
An Act to make appropriations and raise
supplies for the year commencing Octobor,
An Act to provide for the appointment of
a Land Commissioner, and to define his
powers and duties.
An Act to establish certain ferries.
How THE PARISIANS BAFFLED THE POLIOB
SPIES.-Au amusing example is given of
the contrivances by which the public of
Paris manages to eat of the forbidden fruit
of political discussions. A "conference,**
as it is called, was held the other day in
ono of the theatres, the subject being "the
phenomena of light." The "conference"
did not iuclnde political phenomena in tho
treatment of this scientific subject. The
lecturer, in order to demonstrate certain
theories, proceeded to enlarge some photo?
graphs of celebrated persons. Now, this
being done by means of a strong magnesium
light, all the theatre, except in the imm??
diate neighborhood of the operator, was
almost total darkness. The audience oOuld
bo heard, not seen. The portrait of the
Emperor was received with a storm of
hisses and cries of "Torn him ontl" "Viva
In R?publique/" "His time will soon be upi"
Ac. That of the Empress met with a worse
reception, if possible, than her husband's.
On tho other hand, the portrait of Maxi?
milian was received with oheer? and cries of
"Who betrayed him?" The experiments
wero brought to an end at once, but the
agents were baffled by tho darkness.
The Mexican Almonte, who has just died
iu Paris, was one of tho ablest of Mexican
politicians. He always sought to establish
a "strong government" for Mexico, and
whether he supported the Dictator Santa
Anna or tbe Emperor Maximilian, his aims
wore tho ?ame. From tho first, howes inti?
mately connected with the establishment of
the unfortunate government established in
Mexico by tho present French Emperor, and
hid death hus removed one of the most dan?
gerous enemies of the existing republic.
A New Yorker describes full dress for
gentlemen as scientific torturo and scientific
Corn at $1.25 per Bushel.
1r\f\f\ BUSHELS Prip?o CORN, at $1.25
.V/V/-V per Bushel at retail, and to order
at very leducoapriccs, by car-load. For Bale by
War?h 16_ J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Buggy or Work Horses.
_ ANY ONE that wants to purchase TWO
SINGLE HARNESS HOUSES, can ?lo so
jfPwlhy applying to W. D. [*E< K,
M yi March 25 At Blakeley A Olbhes Store.
Ir AA BUSHELS Primo Wostern COHN, for
.O' f\ ' salo, in lots to snit purchasers.
March 26 E. A O. P. HOPE.