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r Trouble in the University of Mississippi. From a loug article in tho Oxford (Miss.) tft\ury, of tho 8th inst., we extract tho following particulars, as to existing difficulties -in tho Mississippi Universi" ry , Tar. "Irrepressible Conflict" ix the University. Tried of President Barnard?Resignation of two Professois?A general Row.?It has been known here for about a month that ttie iionra 01 .trustees 01 me u mversity of Mississippi would meet in extraordinary session about the first of March for the purpose of investigating' charges preferred against the venerable President of the Institution, F. A. P. Barnard, by Dr. II. R. Branhab. Accordingly, on last Thursday, March 1st, tho Hon. J. A. Yentrcss. L M. Davis, Jv M. Howry, A..H. Foguefc, James Brown, Geo. H. Young, "V\r. F.Dowd, J. A . "W. Clapp, Charles Clark and A. M. Clayton, members * of the Board, assembled at one of the balls of tbe University, and after organizing, Dr. Branliam read tlie following as tho charges which he prefcned against Dr. Barnard: 1st That Dr. Barnard offered the statement of a negro as evidence against a student of the University, (Mr. Humphreys). 2d. That after tho Faculty refused to sustain the charge upon the testimony adduced, Dr. Barnard, without tho authority of the Faculty, wrote to his guardian a letter, .which resulted in the withdrawal of Mr. Humphreys from the University!" 3d. That Dr. Barnard interposed and objected to Mr. Humphrey's re-admission into the University at the opening of the next session, and thus prevented his return. . ER. BRANIIAM. This was all that occurred up to noon. The Board re-assembled about 2 o'clock, when the members of the Faculty were plSced upon the stand as witnesses. Other witnesses not belonging to the Faculty were called in during the proceedings and gave evidence.:? _Tbe examination of witnesses lasted until after supper on the following (Friday) night. .Soon after the eviJ ? ?A J vr. n rl * /./! rl>rt! u rl n/>! clnn aence was - utwcu uw WAUU IUmuvu uicu uwwoivu, wliich was that of acquittal. 9 .The testimony in the case is very elaborate^ A copy ofit has been asked for and will soon be published, wo . presume. We must be permitted to suspend any opinion in regard to it until it appears in official form. We havo never seen so much feeliug exhibited among our citizens as was. shown on the streets Saturday, and sinco the result and incidents connected with the matter have beeD divulged. It amounts to a perfect storm pf.indiguatjjm against the Northern-born Professors engaged in the institution, whilo not a few impugn the motives of the Trustees. The people appeared to bo nearly unanimous against the decision of the Board. " On Monday Professors Carter and Richardson sent down their'resignaiions as members of the Faculty to Governor Pettus. The resignation of these gentlemen leaves only one Southerner in the Faculty?Prof. J. M. Phipps, and it is thought he will resign, too. The question naturally arises, what does not all this mean? and where will it stop? It is nothing more than a spint 01 resentment winch has been aroused to a fearful extent among the people of the South against the designs -of their brethren in the North. Religious Revival.?The Golasboro' (N. C.) correspondent of the Newborn Progress, says: The most interesting matter that engages tlio attention of tills community at present, is the extensive revival of religion that is going on at the M. E. Church. Presuming that a great many of your readers are christians, and that all of theih are well wishers to the cause of Christianity, information respecting the progress of this revival wiU, consequently, he gladly received; therefore, I willeudenvor to gratify them by devoting a paragraph to tho sbuject in every letter which I may vrrite. while it shall continue. There i? something remarkable about this revival. Last year, and the two years previous, the miuisters and. christians of the different denominations in this, place united heart and hand, and bent every energy of body" and mind to awaken a proper interest among the unconcerned on-this all-important matter, but with very little\ success. Now, as if to demonstrate the truth of HA own declaratjpn. that "it is not hv might,. "noFby power, but'my spirit, saith the Lord," a degree of interest nnon the suhieot of relioion nnnreewlpntpd in the-history of Goldsbpro,' has sprung up among all classes; sinners are stricken down by scores, and the church is enjoying a remarkable "season of refreshing from tho presence of the Lord," and all without the employment of any extra amount ministerial force, labor or talent, or any unusual visible instrumentalities. Overflowing congregations attend nightly, and many profess to have' found" tho "pearl of great price." G. IV. K. writes to.the N. O. Pic, from Texas: Gov. Houston-is something of a wag as well as a" statesman. An-ofllcon^jthe State's prison, who had held lus place for six years, was about to be remqyed, when he came to Austin during the session of tho legislature, with a flattering Est of testimonials as .0 his character, and the excellent manner in which he had fulfilled all his functions. Tbeso wero all satisfac* tory enough; but the principle of rotation in office overrode all other considerations; the place was wanted for a political 4riend* and lus removal determined upon. JJut to DreaK tnc. tall as gently as possible, tho . Governor adopted a, facetious tone and. style in a final interview. "You say," said Gen. II., addressing tlio genileman on whom the axe was about to fall, "you * say that your conduct has invariably been good?" "Yes, sir." "And you have been in the Penitentiary six years ?" "1 have." "Well, you have been there quite long enough?I pardon you out!" Murder.?Probably no act exceeds m atrocity that which took plaeo within about thirteen miles of this city, on Saturday night last. Mr. Alfred Jones, an old wealthy and respectable citizen of this county,' having left this place on that evening for Ids home in tho .oiuqpy, was way Laid and most foully murdered. He was found on thr subsequent day, in the foot of his buggy, on the Horman bridge road, with his head, terribly, mutilated with some sharp instrument, and presenting a ghastly spcctaclo. His watch was on liispersoD, and his pocket book and papers were scattered around die vehicle. The horse had been turned into a neighboring lot. It was supposed that he bad between $1.^00 and $1400 in money about bis penon, but as regards this there arc various reports. Montgomery Advertiser. ? ?? Chesterfield Court.?The Spring Term of our Court closed its session on Thursday morning last, after having disposed of all the business on the Dockets ready for adjudication. The case of the State vs. Melton charged with tho munlcr of Crawford, was tried on "Wednesday and resulted in his acquittal. The case was prosecuted by Mr. Solicitor Mclver. assisted bv Mr. Hudson of Marlboro'; the defence was conducted "by Messrs. F. M. Melver; A. Austin, \Y. L. T. Prince and W. C. Inglis, Esqrs. The prosecution and defence were alike creditable to the parties concerned. , Cheraio Gazelle. - ? Very Consistent.?A vera- fastidious subscriber seqj us word the other day to stop his paper, because, forsooth, wo had expressed the opinion that tho Blue Ridge Rail Road would eventually be built, and that, in tho present aspect of things, the sooner the better. A day or two since we saw bira with a-copy of liar par's Weekly in his hand, and asked him if ho was a subscriber. He replied that ho was. Comment is unnecessary. "When men pay Northern abolitionists to abuse them, there is no telling what they will eventually submit to.? Greenville Ifiterpriie. ?? National Division Sons or Temperance.?The National Division Sons of Temperance, of North Amerinn will occom>ila in nnnnnl onciitnn nfr Pnn?l.?rirl Maine, the first week in Juno next. The .prand Division of Georgia, at its session in October lust, adopted the following: Resolved, Thut our representatives to the National . Division be instructed to invito the National Division to hold its session of I8G1 in Georgia, at the City of Atlanta. - Foe Coxores&?Col. C. Wilds Miller, of MariQn, formerly of this place, and a nephew of the late Stephen D. Miller,'United States Senator from and Governor of South Carolina, has accepted a nomination for Congress. He has put forth a long address in the last number of the Marion Star, in which ho takes high Southern ground.?Sumter Dispatch. COAWRESSIONAJ.. TVashlvgton-, March 13. The Bill offered in the Senate yesterday was for the continunneo of the mail route between Charleston and Havanna, on the petition of the New York merchants. TVi-dm- \fp T.wimlii! of flonrn-in introiiueoil a bill to establish a uniform Bankrupt law. In the House, Mr. Vallandighnm, of Oiiio, attempted to revive the bill, previously tabled, increasing the appropriation for arming the millitia of the States. The bill authorizing the issuing of proposals for the overland mail route, between the Atlantic and Pacific, wa^ passed. Washington*, Mr.?ch 14. In the Senate, to-day, the bill was passed constituting Tampa, Florida, a port of delivery; also, a bill for the better protection of female emigrant passengers on packet ships. The Military Academy Bill, with Wigfall's amendment, providing for the defence of Texas, was also passed. Scpiatterism received its true deserts to-day, in the House, at tho hands of the bold spoken Curry, of Ala. Intense excitement prevailed duriug its delivery. Your correspondent never heard a more able and telling exposition of this Freesoil heresy, and, be it said, it was the llrst of any power given in the House during the. present session. All honor is due the gallant Curry. He, told the advocates of Squatterdorn that the Charleston Convention could not bridge the gulf between Senator Douglas and the Democracy of Alabama. "Washington", March 15. Robert J. Co wart, of Georgia, has been appointed Cherokee Agent, vice George-Dutler, whose commission bad expired.. The salary is $1500 per annum. In the Senate, to-day, bills were passed, amending the law fixing the compensation of District Attorneys, Marshals, etc.; also for Hie mTargenWnt of the Louisville (Ky.) ana Portland Canal. In Executive session, the amendment on the Xicnraguan treaty was laid on the table.* As this is the last day of grace, "the treaty is defunct. Tho House was occupied in amending its rule.'. The "Indian appropriation bill was passed. A member of tho National Democratic Executive Committee relnarked to-day, that a great deal was said about ebanging.tho place for holding tlfe National Democratic Convention, and if the pressure continues, the Committee may be.called together to consider it Washington", March 16. The Senate has rejected the Nicaragua Treaty by a vote of thirty-one to twenty?not two-thirds. Tho injunction of sccresy lias been removed.?Char. Courier. Fire in New Orleans. New Orleans, March 13. Two stores on Front Levee-street were burnt last night; loss ?23,000. Steamer Burnt?Loss of Life. New 01!leans, March 14. The. steamer Judge Porter, from Montgomery (Ala.) for New Orleans, wus'burnt to-daj- on Lake Foncliartrain, one mile from the "wharf. Ten of her passengers are drowned or are missing, but the crew was saved. The cargo (800 bales Cotton) with the boat, will probably be a total loss. The steamer was partly insured. ? Later front Texas. The Arizona has arrived, b jging dates lVoni Brazos to thb 30th, with ?i33,000 in specie. Cortinas lias pore into the interior recruiting, awaiting aid from Mirarncn. 'It is reported that Marquez has pronounced in favor' of Santa Anna at the capitol, and will at Gardclnjara also pronounco in his favor. Ixdiax Depredations.?Dates from Houston to the 10th, state that the Indians are depredating in the Basque country, and have killed seventeen families There was great alarm. Volunteers had left on the 7 th to defend the inhabitants. r I- -v- V-1 lllgwfflgl FiltE at Houston.?Them was a fire at noustOD, on the 10th. thartmrned out nineteen firms; loss $3t>0,000. Execution of Stephens and Bfazlett. Ciiarlestown, Va., March 10. At noon to-day Stephens and Hazlett were executed. There were about six companies of Military present. Stephens died very hard, but Hazlctt expired without a struggle. Both exhibited great firmness and resignation. Tlio town was thronared with nersons to witness the execution. Stephen's body will be carried North for interment by his friends'; one of whom contributed $50 for that purpose. Hazlett's brother was with him iu his last moments previous to mouuting the scaffold. [second dispatch] * . Ciiarlestowx, March 1(5. P. M. The prisoners declined the services of the ministry, and consequently there were no religious services at the gallows. They were cheerful to Mie last. Their bodies wece forwarded to Marcus SpriDg, South Ambov, X. J. Both were spiritualists, and had peculiar ideas of religion of their own. JLater from Mexico. New Chilean's, March 15. Advices have been received from Aeapulco to February 27th. Gen. Alvarez had ordered Gen. "Wheat to Vera Cruz to command tlio lbrcigti forpes there. General Miramon was not expected to attack Vera Crnz. Gen. Carvajal, with a force of 2,000 men cut off 1.000 of Mirnmon's troops, and entirely cut off his communication with the capital city. Miramon was short of provisions, and was depending on forage and the Havana expedition for supplies. Alvarado had been blockaded by the Liberals. Since Mr. McLano left, the British, French and Spanish Ministers were busy in endeavoring to.effect a con promiso between Juarez and Miramon. An armistice of -six months is I proposed. The American influence was declining- i Commander Jarvis had demanded that Miramon should not interfere with American residents. The Juarez .Government hacf declared the marine expedition from Havana a piratical expedition. A large amount of letters and specie was awaiting shipment at tlio City of Mexico. Tlirec American war vessels were before Vera Cruz. The Prelk arrived first of all. All non-conibatnuts had left Vera Cruz. Georgia Democratic Convention. Augusta, March l-i. At the Millcdgeville Convention, Alexander Lawton, of Chatham, has been elected permanent President by fifteen majority. The vote stood: Lawton 172; Colien (Auti-Cobb) 154. The tables turned at midnight, and Goldon's resolution, to elect eight Delegates by ballot passed by forty majority. Rather exciting times. Milledgevili.K, Ga., March 15. The Convention has adjourned, after appointing the former delegate?, with the addition of the following delegates "at Largo:" Charles J. McDonald, Hiram "Warner,- Solomon C'ohcn aud Junius Wingfield. From First.District, Mo'ore aud Gatilding; Second District, Jones, Johnson, Slaughter and Clarke; Third District, Gibson aud McGchee; Fourth District, Phillips and Chandler; Fifth District. Hogtie and Fields; S xth District, Thomas and Hill; Seventh District, Burnoy and Thomas; Eiglith District, Ashton pnd Casey. The Casoy resolutions were rejected by 174 nays to 1G2 ayes. No pcrfcrencc was expressed for the Presidency. Charleston Courier. Loss of r.ie Steamer Hickjia::.?A special dispatch to the Cincinnati Conunecial says that the steamer Hickman was burned on Monday, eighteen miles below Little Roelc, (Arkansas) and that she is a total loss. Two of 'to passengers were burned to death, aud the rest <jf them and the orow barely escaped with their lives-. Tlic hooks nnd papers of the steamer were nil lost Drowsed.?We learn that G. C. Mcndenhall, Esq., of Jamestown, Guilford County, N. C., was accidentally drowned in attempting to ford the Whnrie River, on Friday last, about 20 miles below Jamestown. His j bod}*, hoiso and buggy have been recovered and the ' former was interred nt Jamestown on Monday last. Charlotte Bulletin. ' ggg-^iw, .1?1111 U'a ^llill I II I I III BM?gggg tjjc (Inuiiicn lUcrhli) Joiirnm. Tuesday, Marcli 20, 1800. TI-IO. J. WARREN, Editor. Return Day for Suintcr. Saturday next is Return I)oy for Sumter District. Lady's Book for March. Godky is "Excelsior" for March. What Mr. Goofiy's political principles arc wo do not know, but, as long as the Southern people must have a Norlherff periodical, let them take a good one. Return Bay! Last Snturiky was Return Day for our District.!? Our worthy Sheriff, Col. S:r.r. was kept quite busy during the past webk, and v/o learn that some 200 eases have been returned for the Spring Term, n larger number than usual for Kershaw District.. linion Prayer Meeting Willie held in the Presbyterian Church on Friday afternoon next, at 5 o'clock. The interest seems unabated, and we sincerely trust that the friends of religion, especially profe sing christians, will esteem it a privilege as well as duty to attend these interesting meetings. Surely one hour in a whole week might be appropriated for this special and delightful privilege. The Fire Alarm Telegraph. We arc gratified at the success of our fellow-citizens in their early and successful completion of the Firo Alarm Telegraph in New Orleans, as will lie seen from an article on out first page, copied from the New Orleans rkayvnt. A correspondent of the Charleston Courier, writing from New Orleans, says:? " Messrs. Gamcwelf k Co.'s Fire Alarm and Polico Telegraph Wires aro all up, and it is believed the entire apparatus will be ready for tires or tliieves detec lion by the 1st prow The work .has been done under the supervision of Mr. Ilebert, of this city, who for some years was the Superintendent of the National Telegraph Office litre/' A Southern Conference. TVc are gratified to see by Tj telegraphic despatch in the Southern Guardian of yesterday, that an adjourned meeting, of Congressmen from Alabama, Mississippi, and South Carolina, was bold 111 Washington City on the lGtli inst., with reference to a Southern Conference. It is understood that a majority were favorable to it, and that the Governor of South Carolina will be advised t? call a meeting of the Legislature to appoint delegates from that State to it. After all, it may be for the best that Virginia refused to go into the Conference?her extreme conservatism and blind devotion to the Union might have proved a serious bar to the slave States ever forming a Southern Confederacy. As it is, the three States here designated may form the neucleus oP a splendid Southern Republic, frhich, if ever formed, must be inaugurated Jby the culm states. I Pretty Gond for a Ronentity. A short time since wo forward*, d tmr bill for the last six months' advertising for the "Howard Association," of Philadelphia. AVe received a prompt reply with the necessary Enclosure in cash, with a piiated receipt filled tip ready for signature, a stamped envelope directed, and we had uothing to do but put the letter in the office. This is the way to do business, and it strikes us that an Association with such business view? must be something more than a nonentity, otherwise they would hardly take such paius in small matters. - Wc have advertised, and still are advertising for the Howard Association" of Philadelphia. It must have, at least, "a local habitation and a name," or such ready responses would not be given at a time which our experience iu advertising for fan iners has proved, tries the honesty of incn severely. Execution of Stevens ami Ilazlclt. The telegraph brings intelligence that Stevens and IIazi.ett. two of the Harper's Perry conspirators, were hung at noon on Friday last, at Charlestown. Both were firm and resigned. And this is all that was said. Scarce ,a ripple is made rritS" dnnoTiucgriicnP? The incursion of John Brown, his diabolical and vil lainous efforts to incite murder, rapine, and a tcrrib'e insurrection in the South, have nnssod awnv amontr the tilings that Were?the wonder of an hour. Ilis execution and the execution of his accomplices has been accomplished, and the South seems satisfied?sleeps on in fancied security, and thus will until another wound is inflicted and she is seized by another spasm in the body politic. Hut, the next warning may come just toolute. Encouraging Indications. TVe saw at onr Rail Road Depot, a few afternoons since, some half dozen Turpentine Stills for parties in our District engaged in this productive and remunerative business. A large trade has already been established in the Turpentine business, and our pine forests are being heavily taxed for their golden contribution to the interior products of the State. The material abouuds, and we have no doubt time will provo that this enterprise is to confer largo benefit^ upon those who have seized thowopportunity of reaping this ready and remunerative commodity. Wc may just here remark, that, the increase in the transportation of Xaval Stores in which is includedTurpentine. Rosin 4 c., over the Soutli Carolina Rail Road, is nearly one hundred per.ceut. for the year 1850, over that of 1858, showing how immensely this branch of commerce has increased. Messrs. IIocott S Dew, Wore the pioneers in this section, who commenced operations in 1854. Mr. IIocott still continues with great success, and has extended his operations to Richland a nd Barnwell Districts where lie has a large and flourishing interest, in connection with other parties. We earnestly wish that all engaged may be nbun-. dantly successful in their several enterprises. A Small Business. We leant from the Charleston Courier of Saturday that the excitement growing out of the reported high rates intended to be charged in Charleston for the term of the Convention, has reached a great heat, and it is considered probable that the Central Democratic Committee will be compelled to consider tlic matter. Deputations of the citizens and residents of Richmond. Ya.. have been in Washington, uririmr the claims of that city, offering ali accommodations. Active representatives of the claims of Baltimore have also been there, promising; by authority of the landlords, that no extra rates will lie charged. The feeling of the people in Washington is strongly in favor of Baltimore. The action of the citizens of Richmond and Baltimc-e. who have taken upon themselves the responsibility of endeavoring to change the place of meeting of the Convention, looks to ns liko rather a small business and an officious interference with n previously settled question, which tlicy, nor the Executive Committee, have any right to disturb. It is hardly reasonable to suppose that the Hotel keepers of Charleston, coufd, in justice to themselves, charge less than the price proposed, inasmuch as they must necessarily go to immense expense and labor for this special occasion, and tho outlay in extra articles of furniture, table ware, provisions, ic., will throw upon them a heavy outlay, and the usual rates per diem on ordinary occasions would not be adequate to the pecuniar}- demands which they may reasonably expect, to meet tho wants of the Convention. Ci Besides, the extra expense in fumituru, &e., woidd be far greater than could bo met by the usual rales, and they may never again have occasion to use the articles required for such r.n immense throng. Let those fro only who ore willing to pay for their lionors. Il is n voluntary matter, and if those President-makers nre not willing to pay for the privilege, lot them yield to those who are. The investment of ten day's board, at $5 per diem, may turn out immensely profitable.?Who can tell ? We have no special desiro to take stock in the concern, even though the chances were lower, and tho probability of winning greater. Yet, enterprising gentlemen should not bo frightened oil' because a consideration may bo required to meat contingent expenses. Resigned.?Brig. Gen. W. C. Moragno has resigned the office of Brigadier General of the Second Division, j S. C. if., and Maj. Gen. Smith has ordered ah c-lec- | tion to fill said vacancy to bo-hold in the various Regi- ! moots composing the Second Division on the 26th I April mxL?F.djefi'ld Ad\'crtit-.r, , ) V I I.rrwutrn irr ?ul i i 1 rtr iWir wnwn!.? ?, L, The ivayjhey do Them ! Mr. Cohen, Merchan'^ of Charleston, S. C.. visited New York recently, t J purchase his Goods, carrying with liira a negro womai, jvlio had served his family fourteen years. She wap enticed from him shortly nf? tor his arrival, and has wot becn^ienrd from since. The thieves who stole} Mr. Cohen's property, have the privilege of coming Sown South and perambulating the country from the Pwtomac to the Sabine, visiting all parts of the country junder various pretexts and disguises, Willi any soccics 01 property to wnieu they may take a notion,Jatf^ yet a Southern man daro not carry a nurso to ftell his baby North of the line, unless he wishes to loscjhis property. And these are our Northern brethren T/), whom it were treason to speak a word against, lest in rebuking them we might injure the delicate feelings of the '"true men at the North." W'lmt conlcmttiblo folly I _ "Men may live fools, bat fools they cniijot die." War ill the Camp. The National Democratic Executive Committee, redout!/ in session in Wiwhington City, seriously considered the propriety of transfering the National Democratic Convention from Charleston, in consequence of anticipated high charges ^>r board and Hotel accommodations in tbo latter eitj^ The Mercury of Friday ^contains the following information, in a special disj atch in reference to the matter: ' WasiiIXGTOX, Ifnich ll L?Gentlemen from Richmond have offered to the National Democratic Executive Committee ilio use of th! large African Church in their city, for the session of i le Democratic National Conveutiou, free of cost, au'di iotel accommodations at regular rales. There is muc i talk, about a cliange oflocation, but no one holier? that they will venture upon it Baltimore is talkedJf The charge for the uso of the Institute Ifall. at Dntrlcston. is renortcd to be S250 per dir.*, and it is thougliJ to be onerous. Tliey were in expectation tlint it wOuld-.be tendered the Convention free of cost. ThofBoutii Carolina delegation.in Congress are undcrstoocrto care von- little about the matter, regarding-it as oMitt)a interest to the peoplo of their State. . Y>, / Another despatch in the Courier of the same date tars that "the Demoewitc Executive Committee will not change the place qf meeting for the Convention." s Terrible Oisaftcr?Explosion v.T Steamer Si. ~1. Mannitig. M.v.vxixti's Place, ) CotTEE Cocxrv,i Oa., March -l.'l, 1SG0. ) Editor RepublicanE.have just returned from tho wreck of the Manning (ptcmn boat); her boilers exploded last night about, 8 o'clock, killing Jefferson Taylor, son of. Cnpt.Jjawor, Joseph E. Williams, John ITarr.ill. Jacob Parker (wjpTitToiHa.st, citizens of Telfair ConnlvV and c-iirlit or nine iiclto hands. Amomr the negros lost arc Charles, the cook, Jack and Kdmoud, belonging to. AYillintn J 2!cox, Hal and bo'onging to James V. Willeo.var d Hill, belonging to John FMcRne. A young man ^got on board at Darien, supposed to be young. Spitficer, who - was expected iu Jacksonville. Capt. Jailor is badly wounded, so are Messrs. Williams nnO0pt"CiT.' The boat is now* in tjhe .middle of the river, two miles above (ten. Munuitlg'e a complete wreck. Some of the heavy freight wtllvo saved; all the light goods and freight will be lost injured. None of the bodies hare as;yet been reeorered; a nnrtim of nlntliinv 1ms Heoh found ill tho trees. It is awful to contemplate?simany human beings forced, without a moment's waffling, into ctirr.i'.y. Messrs. Williams, Harrall ami Piffker. aro of the best families of Telfair comity. The wounded arc at (Jen. Manning's, who is doing all he can to alleviate their sufferings. There were no ladies or children nhoardA In gj*n:r~f!aW. W". P. Through the politencS'of. Messrs. Brighnin, Baldwin ,t Co., we are enabled to furnish tiie following additional particulars. CoFFiii County, March 13, 18C0. Dear Sin:?I write ^this to inform you Iliac the boiler of the steam boat konning exploded Ust night, about eight o'clock, a fc\y miles above Rocky Hammock. and the boat is a complete wreck. All the boat's crew arcjmissiug. except Captain Taylor ; the engineers, Dickland Mansfield; four passengers. Mr. Joseph Williairet Mr. Harrell. and Mr. Parker, of Telfair eounlv^^Agpug* man from Mcintoshname r.i7rlcTrortvrTrT^nW^ff;cngcila Me 1 saved,""T5tit badly injured. J , Captain Taylor is idsmwouuded, but .not seriously. Under directions of tho Captain, I am Removing the cargo, or at least all tlmt can ho saved. Yours, respectful'.?, TYM. R. MANNING-. Messrs. Bloomy, Baldwin-,. & Co. The Manning was two years old, and was valued at $13,000, upon which there was no insurance. She was owned b Brigham, Baldwin & Co., of this city, Captain Taylor, and some parties in Hawkmsville, ?.!./,! ? n ..... ' Savannah Republican. HATER FBd V "EUROPE. ARRIVAL OF TIII5 CIRCASSIAN. New York. March la.?'flic steamer Circassian. from Galway, has arrived at this port, with Liverpool dates to March 3. * Liverpool.?Sales of Cotton for the week ending March 1, foot up 05,000 bales, speculators taking 1800 bales, aiidjcxporters OOuO. The market closed dull, with a decline of ;d on the lower grades. Fair quotations were barely maintained. The imports of the week were very heavy. . On Friday. March 2, speculators and importers took 2000 hales, the market closing quiet and steady. Some circulars say the demand was more general at the close. Ureadstufis were quiet and steady. Provisions steady, and Lard tirin. Maxciiestku.?'J'ltc advices were considered favorable. the market closing quiet and steady. Havre.?Now Orleans- Tre Ordinaire. 105f.; has DO; the market closed declining. Pales for the week 2500 bales, and the stock in port l"t',0<i0 bales. Charleston Mercury. Ci.arkxuox axd the Coxvextiox.?We learn that the.call through the Banner for a Convention meeting in Clarendon District was resjj mdod to l>y about thirty citizens on Monday lust, which was sales-day. Hon. J. J. Ingram was called upon to preside. Col's. S. W. Nelson, 11. 1'. Minynsworth anil ..aj, II. K. Wheeler were appointed delegates to the Columbia Cunvcnvention. Resolutions were tippuinted repudiating Douglas or any other of liko sentiments and position, and instruct ing the delegates to enforce the same in Convention. Jf.mcu. calling themselves Statego into the Convention, this is the only way in which they can preserve their identity. f I viii far Wei left man. Sad ixtet.i.Ktexce.?We received this morning the painful news of tjic dentil of Mrs. George W. Dargan, widow of our late lumcntelcl Chancellor. She died last night between 8 and 9 o'clock, at her residence. Her amiability, gentleness aiid kindness of heart never failed to win the admiration and esteem of straugers and the love of her acquaintances. We leave it to those mc st familiar with her virtues to record thorn.?Darling on Flag. Our Cott on Market. The transactions in Cotton in our market has been quite light for the past u*eek. Only about 200 Bales have changed hands at fro n 7 to 1 If cents. JVE^StdRIEIDT1.. r>.... T tl.'n I *.?!. itmtiinf Mr. .U 1 I\U*. t?. J J, I.IUMJJVI Uli HIV 1UI.II Samuel Watson', to Mi; s Maiiala Davis, both of Sumter District, S. C. Ok the J 9th instant, >y Row E. J. Meynardie, Mr. S. II. Bloiicett. an d Miss Elizabeth Jokes, all of this place. Arrivals at It illusion House, FROM MARC [12TII TO 19X11. J. M. Perry. S. M. T1 iomas, A. A. B. Soutluill, Charleston; C. C. O'Neil, Baltimore; W. C. Cunning* ham, Mnj. J. L. Jtmes, 1 IT. C. Adams, John M. Perry, Jj. Hill. D. J. George. G. Hammond, R. S. Me Dow. Ilussel Tlacc; J.J. Hucki bee, Kershaw; S. D.George, L. Hill; J. M. Stewart, N C.; C. L. Dye & servt., Miss Perry, Kershaw; J. F. M ickcy, D. W. Brown, Son &, servt., W. F. Mittag, Lan jusler; S. W. Wardlaw, Flat Rock; B. Bailey A sorvt.,' J. Holland, ^Columbia; I'. 11. Young, Flu.; J. C Fun lerbuvk, Ala.; W. A. Cook, Charlotte; Jus. Brooker, t S. Barrett, Sumter; W. A. Morgan, Ga.; W. C Boyd (Buckley Opera Troupe); J. A. Boswcll. C. T. Billing:-, Oimdeu; J. Rouse. Va ?bbmwI?d?i II III' I to iir itf ilii^riiwiTi r^wnh'ai MUNICIPAL ELECTION. For Inlcitdant. JOSEPH B. KJiRSllAW, For Wardens. LESLIE. McCAXDLES-s, JAMES V. I.YLKS, JOHN S. MERONEY. JOSEPH M. GAYLM -n-a .> IT?th i..i ? For Cleric of Court. THE FRIENDS OF "WILLIAM CLYBURX, JR.. Esq., respectfully nominate him ns a ciuiditlatc for re-election to the office of Cr.EKK OF tiie Cot'rt for Kershaw District. Colonel of 5th Regiment. Major .Takes P: Adams, is respectfully nominated us a Candidato for the Colonelcy of the 5th Regiment of Cavalry, made vacant by the death of the lamented Col. E. It. Davis. He is an accomplished officer, and will be unanimously supported by KERSHAW TROOP. SPECIAL NOTICES. Georgia Sarxaparilla Compound, or Dennis' \Iterative. . The purest and the best for diseases of the Liver, and for Purifying the Blood. This is the host Medicine of the duv. Its eomnosi tion is published on the wrapper. Orders are not solicited because it is of Southern growth and preparation, but because it is the best. A trial will prove it so. For sale bv J< TIN" .T. MeKAIN, Mar 20 " and Dr. F. L. ZI5MP. PRIVATE BOAEWIXG. ?v(L. A FEW GENTLEMEN CAN BE accommodated with BOARD, with or without Rooms, as preferred on application at the residence up-stuirs, next door North of Jos. M. Gati.e Si Co. March 13-tf. ' THE FREXCH LAXG U AGK AND LITERATURE.? Private Instruction in the above riven by Jan 24?tf . JOS. K. A. BLAIN. DYSPEPSIA E~E I XI St, OR. BAUM DK VIE, A SPEEDY and certain cure DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION. SICIv HEAD AC for CONSTIPATION OF THE . BOWEL?, Ac. The process of cure is simple and natural, as it operates directly in the Stomach, and acting as a Tonic restores the diirestivc ortrans to their natural tone and vigor, causing Constipation to give way to a.regular habit, and healthy secretions to evolve from the Liver. Kidneys ami Bowels. The appetite is improved, and in a short time a complete, and permanent euro is effected. Prepared and sold by JOHN J. iicIvAIN, Druggist, Feb 23 Camden, So. Ca. THE acexct or TSBE Cliarlestou Mercury, Soutliern Guardian, Columbia ; Sumter Watchman, Lancaster Ledger, and It asset l's Magazine, is ia the hands of the Senior Editor of the Jocuxau who*will take special pleasure in giving prompt and efficient attention to any business connected with either or all of those topers. Subscribers in Camden and vicinity^will save thom' selves trouble by calling upon the Agent here, who will always be linppv to attend to their wishes. THE" ^imRIBER WLk WISHING TO DISCONTINUE THE Undertaking Business. would respectfully inform the public that his Ready made Stock will be disposed of otilv where personal attention is not required. Jan 10?Jni C. L. CIIATTEN. Itlnviean' IJinilanir B.ininiftjiJ. Its wonderful effects nnd eonse.pient popularity?perhaps no article in the history of the Materia Medico, ever acquired the same Patronage, was suhjected to 1 the same number of severe and different, tests, and met with so few failures as the Mustang Liniment. It has justly been styled a Panacea for all external Wounds. Cuts, Swellings. Sprains, Bruises, or Eruptions on Man or Beast. Tt is so far a medicine of surprising virtue,. that Physicians are compelled to preserihe it, and from some remarkable cures of Chronic and Distorted h'heu- 1 ( malic CW3 it has naturally attracted much attention from the first seientilie minds of the age. No family , can afford to be without a bottle of the Mustang Liniment in the house. Beware of imitations. The genuine is sold by respectable dealers in all parts of the world. BARNES & PAIIIC, Proprietors, New York. For salc in Camden. S. C., by Jty^^fcKAix, and ' R L.-Zzin*." -* * Tiik Supremo Court of the State l. ,>e'w York, have issued a perpetual injunction against Eaton and Jenkins for counterfeiting Ayer's Cathartic Pills, holding tlicni responsible for the cruel imposition in what they have done and restraining-them from further like injury to the public. If any class of our people more than another needs.the interposition of law to shield them from imposture, it is the sick nnd suffering who arc unable to protect themselves. A remedy so universally employed as Ayer's Pills by all classes, both to cure and to prevent disease, should as it does have every securi" ? ? ?? , I . iy tnc law Cilll lllioni II, lruill cuuilicncit mm ihuuhiuu. * Cabinet, Schenectady. egr M R s. W IX S L 0 W, AN EXPERIENCED Nurse and female physician, 1ms a Soothing Synip for children teething, which greatly facilitates the process of teething by softening tjio gums, reducing nil ' inflammation?will allay all pain, and is sure to regit- < late the bowels. Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves, and relief and health to your infants. 1 Perfectly safe in ajl coses. See advertisement in another column. i SQ.YS ?S- TE.T2S*E82AXCE * WATEREJE DIVISION NO. 9. '1 ""rIE regular icetingol this Division*will l<c itoid 1 t.t. T.iursdat evening tt 7 o'clock. D. SIIKORN, R. s. EJ o C2J&0 <3 ? a JSrVQ TOsRSTTAW LODGE 110. 9. 1 I'KOITLAR Mt-fti11 ? will Lc held on rriday t? Kvenitur next. ai 7 o'clock. JjgT'MctiibcM will come j iff. a red to par dues. J. M. GAYLK Sect'jr ~i. O. S. M. . ' pilli mtmbers ofCIlKSXDT LODGE NO. 8. i. ?. 1 S Jl.. will meet nt their Hull wMoiulaij Evening Xtxt, nt Half-Past S?ven O'clock. By ui iUt of tin- tr. C J It. JOirXSTON', Secretary " for s^x/e-HOUSE, One Ilngjiy. Two Wagons Household Kitrtiiliiic?consisting of WiuH/robe, Bureau. Sale Board, lied Steads, Chairs, Sola, Ac. ( Cull niiliercMiJc'ic.*??l'J. K. Meudciilml!. one door Siintii ol Cn|it. .lohii D. Kennedy's, i.yltluton Str.-et. Mni'fli "JO,?2t. Camden, S. C. . Caution, .4 L(i persons arc hereby ciiuiiuned against trading J\ liira note given In W. L. DePuss. Ksq . for One ( Hundred Hnl'nrs, as I am determined not to p[?y ir , I dmJmih l uinimlkfl III' Ir.v I KMarch 'iii.? ' WILLIAM SCOTT. ( "hams, "hams" : I QAA POUNDS FINK Ninth Carolina HAMS ouu Fur sale by lilldU n a MYKKS. _ _ ___ - ; sprijg - -"="~ ? 'i-crrc^.. 0, MATHESON & 00, WOULD CALL THE A1TEXTION OF all Consumers to the fact tliat tlicy arc now opening tlieir usual full assortment of !i'P?I\G A.\J> SUMMER CJOODS in all varieties. LADIES' DRESS GOODS, of every material and style. LACE, BAREGE, BAREGE ANGLAIS, and CHALLI SHAWLS and MANTILLAS. Ony stock of MENS'and BOYS'CLOTHING will l?e found very complete. mar20 "notice. A I.L persons having .doinninla against the Into l\- Mary B. Trout, are required to render them to i die undersigned nccording to law, and those indebted i i ..miiral m run' the Hilllie to j IU HIT ?l?U .. f~,. _ March '-'0.?3t. JNO. M. DeSAFSSURH, KxY. Kirkwood Residence for Sale, A COMFORTABLE and Desirable Residence in South Kirkwood is ojlercdfor sale. The House comparatively now, contains 7 Rooms with a basement. The lot is roomy with excellent and commodious outbuildings in good repair. March Apply to TIIOS. VT. BR YCY. SUM I ? ?< -4i<? Permanent Ambrotypc < PICTuSSSIff NEAT ALL PICTURES WAR] H. B. M'< Believing tli.it the wants of the citizens of ( mcntofa PERMANENT PHOTOGRAPH] and liberality, has determined to locate perm may better supply the wants of tiis peotle, ditions to his apparatus, and otherwise increase . AMI8&0' Melainotypes Spherreatyp IN ' LATEST AND MOST i In a few weeks his arrangements will be con Of the First Order !?From 1 PLAIN or Colored in OIL or 1 -Tar1* A! Use I,owm?l C lie hopes,' by his acknowledged skill, am patronage. jJSrOld Daguerreotypes copied in goodstyh iCSrKooms UP-STAIRS in Workman's B Entrance on Rntlodgo-Strcet. Ayer's Ague Cure. REMOVAL rI-,IIE Subscriber hii$ removed to tbe Store two JL doors below Jolm J. Workmen & Go's., slice Store, where he will be huppy to see his liiends and customers. ' OX IIAND SUGAR, COFFEE, SIOLASES, BAG OH, BAGGING,, SOPE, TWINE, (o) Assorted Candies. riCKLKS, S All I) INKS. LOON SYRUP, Gil KKSK, 13 U T T K It. t RACK ICRS AND CIGARS DRY GOODS. SllOKS. GROOKRIKR, 2t0., nil of which will be suhi low lor CASH. Mureh 20,?if.' THOMAS 11A ft It IS. it <i /A * s ii J? *J9 . ! MERCHANT TAILOR, Camden, So. Ca., HAS recently returned from Cbnrle't?n. where he purchased A CHOICE AND WJ-LL SKLSC? TED STOCK OF SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, For Geiitlemens wenr, which he wjll offer form Icon the tno.-t fuTunihlc terms lie will also keep on hand . Ready Made Clothing D( the best quality midttylc. Will give sl'ie- niu-iiiioii to all orders fur work in lii.slint?whether the goods were purchased from himself or otherwise, and will wni mm the same tube made up in the LATEST FASHION and ol the best, style and material One Price Only?<Sood< Marked in ^? -Piclfr-giyu ? Purchasers are invited to give lira a call. * March 20 ?tf. 1 ~~c7^1mcd on a l d~ MERCHANT T^ILOR, CAMDEN, SOUTH CAROLINA. I 2JVITES attention-lo his select S'ock of SPRING ! and SUMML.R GOOIiS. consisting bl - Ready Made Clothing, .if his own manufacturing. in part, which will he sold i? low as Northern Goods, ol the saine material mid workmanship. Also, FURNISHING GOODS. lie will give special attcution 10 manufacturing 5HIRTS. to measure, and warranted to lit in every 'AiC. A reasonable discount will bo made for CASII paynents. N. B.?All Gncds properly shrank before being node up. March 20,?tf. ATTENTION" CAMDEN LIGHT INFANTRYa YOU ARK HKHKIiY OUDKRi.D TO ? appear at your usual rendezvous on SaturJjA, uiduy April I-lth, hilly armed and .quipped as the law directs, for drill and review. taKa* A punctual attendance is requested, as wilt iu villi ..nrvolw In ? ?,lm,nt Inn fl I wfuuhVRiflc GiiiVrtl'r .' UJ fiy order ol Capt Kexkepy. cr-9IVa J. A. SCIIKOCIC, 0. S. Milrcii 20.?1.1 A TTESTION RIFLE G-TT^-KJDS~V7"0U are hereby ordered to npprar at vonr usual X rendezvous on SATURDAY, April l-Lli, lolly fumed and equipped lor drill and review. Tliis Muster is appointed in place of the. Regular parade en tln-yi'.vi S.itm day. and will be made in conjunction with tlip Camden Light infantry March 20 ? td U.v order <i| Cnpt I'ARICKR. South-Carolina?Kershaw District. IIV WILLIAM M. 1)CLLOCK, KSytUUE. ORIUNARV. \\J IIlilt HAS. U. S. * Gibson, applied to me for Vl Letters of Administration on all and singular tlio goods and- chattels.- rights and credits ol ol.u Johnson, late of the District aforesaid, deed. These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all, and lingular, the Kindred and creditors of the said deceits r>il in lie jiiul aonear before mo at our next Ordinary's | Court for il:e said I Isirici. to he holdcii-ai Kershaw Court House on ilie aeci.nd day ol Apiil i:<xt. to show cause it' any, why the said administration should iiot he granted. (Jiveii under my hand and seal, this I9ih day of March, in the year ofniir I<ord one thousand eight hundred and sixty, and in the eigl.ty-louith year of American Independence. II a re) i 20.?Id. tV. M. BULLOCK. 0. K. D. PICTUKESr ONE DOLLAR ONLY! Kespi'rfl'ii'.lv inform tlio V 1 citizens of Catndin and vicinity that lie has opened a suite ol Itoorns o'er iho istoro of Messrs. C. Mathcsoti at Co., on 1)110 AO ST It I'.HT where he is prepared to execute an,* thing appertaining to the lIHLIIiOGRAI'ilIC AUT, viz: AMBROTYPES, Mclainotypes*. Raised Pictures, Cravon Vignette Stvles, PHOTOGRAPHS . A T.T. RT^-PR nn'LO'R'Er) N-/J. ? 5 - Bit Oit or Waicr Colors ! Fnmilics who "have not tho domestic circles severed bv the relentless hand of death, do not feel the importance of attending to this matter immediately; but those who have lost kindred and friends feel the necessity ui embracing opportunities like the present. How often have we seen the child and parent, each cherishing sonrc trifling object that belonged to tliem in litb? llow intenso would be the joy of those persons it they could gaze upon a faithful likeness of the loved ones who have passed away? Those wishing Pictures would do well to call at once, us toy slay is limited to too day. March 13 if 12 e ? ? % & (jailer*! CASES FOR ONLY SI. RANTED TO PLEASE. * _ SALLUM ' 2amdcu and vicinity, will justify the establish' LC GALLERY, and relying upon their taste ancntly in their midst; and, in order that he he lias enlarged his Gallery; ordered large nd(1 his facilities for producing PYPBS, les, Neillographs, &c,, &c. niE 1PPROYED STYLES ! *r npletcd for producing # 2PM Ml ihe smallest up to Life Size, kVATER COLORS, in .1 Style UE> ^ar?5>i?r HZ2?s A.meij? imi-lestou Price*. .1 untiring efforts to please, to receive a liberal >, and enlarged to an}* desired size, uilding, corner of Broad and Butlcdge-Strects. mar. 20?tf. SPRING 1860. A. M. & E. KENNEDY ARB NOW RECEIVING A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF i w ?m i liiiP uUUJJiJ ! SUITABLE POR tiie PRESENT nnd-APPROACUi:ig season, comprising nil 1 he nove'ties of Hie latest iinportaiioti, to which they respect- " tuny siuicii me nueniicn m uic puunc generally. Camden, March-13. tf 11 Attention Cavalry. i.\* PURSUANCE of o:ders from Regv/ i-JS hnenlal Head Quartos, an Election % %?'}%$ will he held 011 Saturday the 31*1 of Mart*''- for Colonel ol the 5th Regiment " ?'f Cavalry, 3. 0. M . to fill the vacan( AX'T occasioned by the deu'h of Col. E. IS Davis. A poll will be opened and held at the Court House frt in 11 o'clock a m., to 3 o'clock p. m. . Lieut. John Chesnnt, and Sergeant It. \V -Cantey, will assist in managing the Elect'on. IJy order of Capt, CMESXUT. March 13, .1. J. McKAIX, Clerk. The State of So. Carolina, Keisliaw District. . . In the Common Pleas. , TOSKl'H SIMMONS. who is in the custody of the r f Sheriff 1 f Kershaw i'istricl, by virtue of a Writ ol Capias AllSatisfaciendum, at the suit ofSatnuel A. Proctor, having fued in my office, (together with a schedule, on eatli. ?f Ins IC>taie iiiul etlrctsj Ills petition to the Court of Common I'lens, prawn? 'Inn he may he admitted to the benefit ol the Acts orthe General Assembly, mcde fir ihe rdiet ol itisdveni debtors ; it is on)cred, that the sajjl Samuel A. PrOfitfllh 1 rrfrrrr.'l oiiirrrmw^n^tei-TU' wimTn a no * Simmons is in t.nj>jtsc itid-bted. te, and they nre hereby summoned aiia Imvc notice, to appear before the said Court at Camden, on the first Monday after tlie fourih Motiday in pctober next, to shew cause if any ther have, why the prayer of the Petition. t aforesaid should not be granted. <. Office of Commons Pleas, Kershaw District, March . 12th, I SCO. W. CLYBUKN, Match 12-td Clerk. GREM, HOPKINS & CO. % Importers and "Wholesale Dealers in cloths, Q&mwmm, Vc stings, Piece Trimmings, and Goods, EXCLUSIVELY ADAPTED TO rr*n r& nvi r? & \r\7ra a rs> iu&uzj ^jiazrAUio, E3;?iliiiior<?t., ilsillntioro,HidOur Goods are selected cxprcssly'for llie Home nnd Suutiicrn Trade. March G-2ro. Stolen, y 1,1 ROM '.lie undersigned, < n llie 9i)i Match, on the * Camden B-atndi S. C. Bail Road, a hr.ifstocked Percussion RIKLK, with a square piece >1 German . silver on the Slock, with 4 Screws through it, three , letters engraved,!hereon?l'U. P. II."?rather badly executed. There is an engraving ot a Buck also, on, the Gun. with a brass-mcuntrd tallow-box and Guard. A liberal reward will be |iuid !i>r the deliver)' of the Gun. or its detention so that I call get it. G. IMIARTSOE, . * March 12 ' Statebnrg, S. C. . Notice. | J OBKIlT LATTA having this day executed a deed JLt of Assignment to us, for the benelit of his creditors, all who desire to accept under the same are hereby siolilied to do so within ninety days from this dale Ail peisat.s indebted to Hobeit I.atta will make payment to J. B. KKIISHAW, A. T. LATTA, March 13 Assignees. Wanted Immediately. w') ~ GOOD i A130 It Kits, lor whom the hignest pri- *' ? t/ ce.s wilj Lo paid??o hire by tlie month. Also, 300 Ods BEST PISE WOOD. Apply to ALEX. Y. LLK, Architect, M;iicli l.'t-.tt Camden, S. C. CORN, CORN, CORN. OAA UCSHKLS .[.l^did provision COItX, for Ov7\y s'als fo- cash only. A Do, a well selected ijiocU of PROVISIONS conhtui.tle on hsiati. CnH on ' M.-iich 13 DROWN ? MYERS. Corn for Sale. VI.OT of line li READ CORN can b( had on very, reasonable terms nl the Depot. Apply at March 13 THIS OFFICE. "HOT aaFsSBiar i YKUV SUPERIOR article of EASTERN HAY, ?V at SI 1)0 delivered at the Depoi. Also. Good White CORN. Applv lo .March 13 JAMES JONES, Agent. Sheriff Sales. . ~ i* r.?f n j. _ . 1} V virtue <>l fctinury ?> riis in n. ra. 10 me airco) tel. I will nfl'er tor sale before the Court JIouso in Camden, on the first Alondav in April next, with, in the legal hours of snip, the lollouiug property, to-wit: One Trnet of Land, containing one hundred and i. twinty Acres, situated in the District of Kershaw, on 01 r.enr flie waters ot Twenty-live Mile Creek, bouti. ded by Lands "i Jack Hose, Mrs. Hiking, Mrs. Brown et. al, levied on as the properly of McLennan Daw. kins, at the suit ot Ucbert Walker vs. McLennan Hawkins. . ^ Also, one Tract of Land, containing seven hundred (700) Acres, more or less, situated in the Dis. trict of Kershaw,* oil the waters of Little Lynches Creek, adjoining Lands ol Jesse llorton, James Clark, Daniel Cinskin et. al., levied on as the property of John 11. Truesdell, at the suit of T. T Gregory, admr, Geo. W. Clyburn lor John, S. F. Clybui n et. al vs. Joint 11. Truesdell. A I ... V..rvr/\ Ill'IWV lfVIOtl fin fl 4 the probity of ttobort I.uta. at the soil of LUvid ti. Kobertson ct. al. vs. II. Latta. * Si.ci iff* office, March lab, 1 t?G0. ^, March 13 K. IC. SILL. ?. K. T>. White Good?, OF every description, and a', the lowest prices ? Also, a lull supply of Staple (Jood* generally, jnsi opened at tho old ooru-'t'.' " m Hue'- 13 L' W. BJNMIV.