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Associated Press dispatchesGeneral Grant's visit to the Rio Grands β€” pardon warrants β€” reception, by President Johnson, of General Talgar, Minister from Columbia. Washington, December 27. --It has been stated that General Grant is about to visit the Rio Grande. This is not true, however, as he will not extend his visit beyond New Orleans. For the first time since the surrender of Lee's army, no pardon warrants were issued by the Attorney-General to-day. Very few applications are now presented. The President is energetically engaged in disposing of all cases. General Talgar was to-day received by the President as Minister from Columbia. He stated that his Government was solicitous to foster and encourage friendly relations, binding it to the United States. The President reciprocated the expressions of friendship by him expresse
The Daily Dispatch: December 28, 1865., [Electronic resource], The railroad projected by the Baltimore and Ohio railroad company in the Valley of Virginia. (search)
Arrival of the steamship city of Washington, from Liverpool. New York, December 27. --The steamship City of Washington, from Liverpool 13th instant and Queenstown 14th, has arrived. The following is a summary of the general news: Governor Eyre, of Jamaica, has been suspended from the exercise of his functions pending the official inquiry into the recent insurrection, and Sir Henry Slorr has been appointed, temporarily, in his place. At the Fenian Court, on the 12th instant, O'Donnovan occupied the whole day in his own defence. He was insolent, and sought to exhaust the Court. A letter received in Liverpool confirms the statement that Stephens, the Fenian Head-Centre, is in Paris. The London Observer says that Napoleon is apprehensive that Maximilian will follow his Empress to Europe, and has prevailed upon the Mexican Minister at Paris to proceed to Mexico and endeavor to dissuade Maximilian from abdicating. London, December 14.--O'Donnovan was c
The steamship Idaho ashore at Barnegat. New York, December 27. --The steamship Idaho, hence for Mobile, is ashore at Barnegat, full of water. The crew landed safely. With favorable weather, part of the cargo will be saved.
New York markets. New York, December 27. --Flour has advanced 5@10; Southern, $9@$15.25. Wheat and corn firm. Beef quiet. Pork steady. Lard firm. Whisky dull at $2.28. Cotton firm; sales 16,000 bales at 50 @52 Sugar and coffee steady. Naval stores dull. Gold, 145ΒΌ. Baltimore, December, 27.--Flour quiet; Howard Street Superfine, $8.62@8.75. Wheat β€” receipts limited. Corn and provisions dull. Seeds and oats steady. Whisky very dull at $2:30
The Daily Dispatch: December 28, 1865., [Electronic resource], The railroad projected by the Baltimore and Ohio railroad company in the Valley of Virginia. (search)
The riot in Alexandria. Washington, December 27. --The enemies of the colored people yesterday circulated a report of a negro riot in Alexandria on Christmas day. The exact facts have now been ascertained, and it proves that a number of ex-Confederate soldiers paraded the streets, hurrahing for Jeff. Davis and General Lee. They then proceeded to attack such negroes as came in their way, and, but for the intervention of the military, scenes similar to those in the New York drafting riot would have ensued. [Two other dispatches concerning this riot accompanied the above; but inasmuch as we have the facts already in our news column, as given by the Washington papers, we deem it unnecessary to re-publish the sensation stories of the correspondent of the New York Tribune .]
Cotton market at Savannah, Ga. New York, December 27. --The steamer Leo, from Savannah on the 23d instant, via Port Royal, arrived at this port this morning. The Savannah Herald reports the cotton market as unchanged at 48@49 cents for middlings, with a stock of 10,000 bales in port. All the rivers are now in good boating condition to the interior.