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   Daily Milwaukee News (Newspaper) - August 7, 1865, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                                BY LYON MILWAUKEE UTBNt OF 1 HE CABLE PRO GKESSIVG SI CCESfCLLY Another lie by the Herald abont northern etfgration to Virginia Destructive Fire at York ATLAHT1C CABLE NEW August Heralds Virginia correspondent states that the plant tell the negroes there that they are not yet and oppress them in many There is considerable opposition among the Virginia aristocracy against northern emi tefa from per steam ship City of dated July states that the Great Eastern was on that morning 300 miles out at paying oat the cable The signals were and weather A private note from Cyrus Field says We expect to reach Hearts New about the 5th of The following dispatches from on board the Great Eastern to of are of interest 11 m One hundred and fifty miles of cable 6 hundred miles of cable Signal All going on fire occurred this p destroying over cord of wood be longing to the Hudson river railroad com At one time the whole southern sec tion ef the city was in The cars and locomotives were run out in The total loss is about It is again asserted on good authority that Palmerston will retire before parliament and that Gladstone will decline the premiership in Lord It is reportedthty a civil war is about commencing in Latest per Cffy of Boston via steamship America fin3 fronvlfew have news is on important was no signs of the steamer Damascus at Farther with Liverpool dates of the 28th Grant arrived at Quebec at 7 oclock this FROM FORTRESS HOJVR9E FORTRESS United States frigate raised yesterday at 10 was kept waiting for high water to take her from her bed of until 5 oclock m when her pumps gave and she though in a more favora ble position on higher ground than where she was We cannot ascertain from the best anthor ty that Dick Taylor has at this and no doubt the announcement of his coming here was Sunday Mormis TREATY WITB THE SOUTH A MER1CAN STATES FOR MU TUAL PROTECTION The powers of the Great Eas tern questioned She has not steam power sufficient to perform her work FROM 6 hundred and forty lour bales of cotton passed here for Saint Louis four hundred and fifty for Cincinnati and The election in Memphis pwsad off quiet and only votes were Leftwich is probably elected to Congress over and Cameron U the Legisia ture over president of the Commercial of was released on bail by the military and it was believed that a fair investigation would fully exon erate of publishes a proclamation informing the people of their situation and what is required of them to regain their lost FR09 August appli cations have recently been made to the ex ecuiive authorities for special permission to visit Jefferson Divis One of these were his former who desires to profes eionally ascertain the actual condition of that To this no answer has yet been The government has abundant means of constantly being advised on that so far as is known the prisoners health is not suffering from his The general commanding the department of Texas is enjoined by strict and faithful observance of the instructions heretofore issued which require him to forbear from any form of intervention in the war between France and the sovereign power of of which president Juarez continues to be recognized as the LATER FROffl I HOPE NEW Auguust steamship City of from Liverpool and Queenstown with 500 ar rived The news has been anticipa ted The steamship from Southamp ton arrived st News via Cape The steamship City of from Liver pool via Qneenstown arrived at 1 Her advices are one day later than those per the The City of Boston has nearly 800 The shore end of the Atlantic cable hav ing been successfully submerged on the night of the the splice with the main cable was completed at Sunday and the Great Eastern at once com menced paying The testing through the whole length was The parliamentary elections were every where The net liberal gain is 24 some claim The Herald consoles the conservatives tha the real gain is with as the elections relieved them of unreliable the absconding merchant in an Insane Asylum widows apply for pensions vis released Ua Rioting and robbery by soldiers Efgro The shore end of the At antic Ca ble successfully landed Insulation defects discover ed three miles from shore Alarm prevailing in this country for fear of approaching cholera The President recovering his health RACEIA fiAY steamer Our from and Southampton the morning of passed this point route forNew York The shore end Of the Atlantic r t tx landed and successfully conneoteifcwtljthe instruments on board e The Knigbof Kerr and io Sir Robert who okth pn address Cheers were given for dent of the United when tne paying out of the end of commeaoMtr The splice was completed ful and the cable worked The gunboats Terrible and accom panied the Great t A telegram from dialed Jaly says insulation defects took place on Mon day The mischief is supposed to exist three miles west of the end and it was caused bytot strain from the Great BhehoVe to ten miles from the r The Caroline is picking up and under running the splice and repairing ithe It is expected that the damage wijilbe recti fied The rest of the cable re mains A telegram from tie Great dated July sayfl the cable is all The signals ajr perfect A small fault was discovered tad The Great Eastern is now pavifg oat the cable in latitude longitude The government has received an official despatch from the Spanish recognizing the kingdom of Italy and pressing the most friendly feeling towards it Spain and France have exchang ed a treaty ratification for reduction of cus toms and TUKKBT ASD The cholera in Constantinople and Cairo is LIVERPOOL COTTON Sales Monday and Tuesday bales to speculators and Market dull declined MANCHESTER downward Liverpool Breadatnffj Market quiet and irregular and de clined Id quiet miied 31s 6d per Liverpool Provision Market Beefj and steady steadJT flnoer THE GREAT L1D11S Special to The Chicago Times The commissioners ap pointed by the president consisting of Judge of Indian Judge of the general laud Barney and and of Grants are mak preparations for their contemplated in terview with tireIndians who affiliated with tha purpose of arranging terms for a permanent It is expect ed thai representatives of over re bellious Indians will be in The following tribes will be represented and other affili ated within what ia technically called the southern The commissioners will leave this city on the 10th The council will be convened on the 1st of September one of the arrived here to Robert late of the rebel ar and son of expresidect publish es a card in the Richmond papers of in which he says It is I as a result of the recent that the entire people of Tirginia have accepted the Union and the government of the United States in good The institution of is As matters now I can not perceive what possible danger to the safety of the Union or the peace of the coun try could be caused by allowing an absolute choice of representatives to the whole con stituted body but there are circumstancas in the present state of general national poli tics which make it imperatively in my that those citizens who were prominently identified with the cause of the confederacy should exercise the right of po litical abstinence at this This coming from such a promi nent rebel causes considerable com ment in Liverpool Prodnce Market Sugar steady CONSOLS Consols closed on the 25th at 89 3 4a90 for American stocks latest were 5 20s 70a70 12 Illinois 88aS8 12 Erie 53i53 LOXBOJJ Consols are heavy and closing at 89 34a90 for money 5 20s have declined 1 per ct Illi nois Ci shares have declined 12 per 6shave declined 1 per cent Erie shares have recovered 14 per FBAXCB The municipal elections which have token place are favorable to the gov ernment Trade Flour had advanced 2 francs per Closed at THE CHOLEBi August state de partment has been officially advised by our consul at Port that which has prevailed in is slowly He adds From the reported violence of the disease there is considerable apprehen sion here among the quarantine station it mny again spread over the The afternoon papers represent that the G Hill was arrested last night for drunkenness and disorderly con and for want of money to pay his was Bent to the workhouse for thirty President Johnson has nearly recovered from his sickness of a and today received He has pardoned Bishop of who is now in TREATY WITH SOUTH August treaty be tween the South American is It is binding for 5 years and pro vides for common defence against foreign intervention in the affairs of either and binding itself to no intercourse with any na tion attacking It is to counteract the aggressions of Napoleon and The states included are Peru and Ven ISSAilE NEW August Palis correspondent Smith the swindling merchant of who wat lately reported to be in an insane asylum in made bis appearance be fore the vice consul at that and deposited with him representing himself as an unfortunate but honest bank rupt and in a few days the vice consul was obliged to pat Eastman in a lunatic asy and reported bis case to our minister at who ordered his de The money had been taken pos session of by an attorney for a merch ant interested in the BAIL August postmaster general has been ordered to renew the mail service on the Mobile Ohio from to including Macon and other important Dry chiet of tbe bureau of died last He had been sick only two He participated with IfEGRO RIOTOG August ad vices to tbe 31st reojd The Herald con tains accounts of bad conduct of the negro A party of them accompanied by negroes of the lately entered a caftleJ for cigars and left without Subsequently they returned with broke open the and robbed it indis A portion of Jhe 6th colored caused a riot by attacking the quar ters of a They fired round after round into his place in the hopes of killing The officers quarters being on a line many of the balls went through there Fortunately no one was One of the leaders in the riot was Three negroes were found murdered in Dauphin county last Although sus pected parties horo were no defi nite evidence was had to fix the crime on GOLD New August is weak and rather There ia an apparent pressure to which probably comes from the fact of the subtreasury having put out a large amount for sale this morning It ia reported in well informed circles that the government yesterday sold a million and a half There is an abundance of cash gold the price opened at 143 and ran up to 148f GREAT EASTER Nsw August papers note the fact that the Great Eastern in her trip from Shereness to Yalentia had not more than half enough steam power for the work she has to do that she made only five miles per and it was belie fed in ANOTHER ASSiSMUTlOfl NEW August Posts Washington special says The National In telligencer has a statement that a plot has been discovered among a large number of the workmen at Aquia to assassinate the white laborers engaged on the railroad A company of soldiers arrested and imprisoned all capturing their such as Tbe officers of the road say they know of no reason why such plot should be The Intel ligencer says cne of the negroes was 225 THE JEFFERSOS DAVIS August was present at the Jefferson Davis meeting here the other makes an affi davit to the following facts The meeting was first composed of citi zens of New at the of some several southern gents out Bide were invited whea the doora were There were then ten men The object of the meeting being to raise funds to pay the expenses of defending a com mittee was appointed for that con sisting of Mayor who was not pre Carlos Douglas and A general conversation and they all agreed that tha Davis trial was the most important one in the Cutler quoted from the Declaration of Independence to show that the south ern states had a right to Other New Yorkers the same oiling the actions and opinions of citizens of New York and when the consti tution was of read from several free state constitutions the expressed right to It waa said that the effect of the trial of Davis would be a resolution of sentiment everywhere in favor of the It would be proved on trial that the secession cause was right and entitled to the sympathies of the Liviagston declared that in twenty five tha man that now accuses the south of haviag committed will be looked upon as a madman and a One New Yorker denounced the execution of Surratt as a cool and deliberate Martin said the court had no legal and that the execution was de liberate Livingston said several Englishmen had told him that this cruel munJer wcuJ send a thrill of horror through an 1 the howl that would be sent back wcul 1 strike terror to the American that it will be afraid to bring Davis to trial He asserted that the intention was to keep him lingering in Our fnenls must keep agitating the matter until the govern ment is forced to pat him on trial Mr Livingston said western soldiers hitei ne groes so that there had lately been ia cold blood more lhan one He said that Alabama would send a solid dele gation of staunch and true southern men to congress that the feeling 13 universal south that no damned Yankee muat be allowed a foothold in the Livingston informed the Ejecting thai he was on his way to England to raise funds in behalf of and he waa confident he would be able to raise the requisite amount A New Yorker eald the amount could be raised in New York JltsTER OUT NEW August order has been sent to General Sheridan authorising him to cause to be mustered out of service all volunteer troops serving in the depart ment that thinks he can dis pense preference to be given to veter an regiments having the shortest time to APPLICATION FOR NBW August 5 ap plications for from have been filed at the pension late aid of Jefferson has been on the ground of being a rebel officer and entitled to be placed On the same footing with other Niw August schooner from Port 54 via with an assorted bound to arrived here FROfl The Times Washington special has the The internal revenue receipts since cur re port foot up Yester days receipts and todays receipts Ic has been an nounced m seme cf the papers thit the president would leave today for We understand the president hftl no such His health is The Seamens societies in this city are preparing an entertainment for the benefit of tbe Lincoln national to be erected The Baltimore firemens so cieties propose to take action to the snoie The monument associations alrea 17 have a handsome sum on COTTON ISO thirteen hundred bales of cotton passed here yesterday for Louis and five hundred and eighty for Cin The Mobile Ohio railroad is completed from to Cars will be running through to Mobile in a few admiral Dnpont in the taking vf Port 1 heavy seas or even against strong head and other important wind she would be FEon 4 to The Times A lead mine has been opened in Winona county and acres of land leased to be worked by a company organized with Two hundred emigrants arrived at Red Wing the other who report 300 more on the Heavy rains are threatening injury to the The Minnesota Valley railroad will be open to Shakopee this The Central road is opened to Northfleld NBW is reported that twentyfour officers recently discharged from our army have proffered their services to the Mexican minister and propose to join the Mexican TELEGRAPHIC August the recent com pletion of the line between Pine Bluff and telegraphic communication is opened to Galveston via The Marshall and Houston ia comae of construction in western will soon give the Washington authorities connection with San and other points on the WHISKY August collector of the first district seized 725 barrels of whisky today belonging to a distiller of Other seizures were made at other points of whisky belonging to the same   

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