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   Daily Milwaukee News (Newspaper) - December 28, 1865, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                                BY LYOK i IORN1HB EDITION LATEST FOREIGN NEWS THE CUT OF WASHINGTON MILWAUKEE DECEMBER 36 Tie British predict hat Maiini fan will be In Europe Day Additional sentences of Fe nians Important firms of from Soeth America A Boiler explosion blows a distillery to atoms I 1 gericus riot between whites and blacks at Jlrxtudria More fighting between the Apache Indians and whites Colorado i ppTies for admission in to the Onion Location of soldiers ceme teries LATER FROfl BAJTDT Deo The fteamsbip City of from Liverpool on the ria Queeneton on the 14ih has Her news ie fnur days Dec 14 ODonoTan one cf the Fenian owing to a similar eonviction six years has been sentenced to penal servitude for The joint note of England and proposing certain terms for the settlement of the Chilian was received at Madrid on be The result is not yet known 14 of ootton to day including 7 000 bales to and Market closes wih a further slight Breadstuffs quiet and Provisions Consols closed at Amerioan stocks U 8 620s Central At the eitiicg of the eonrtfor the trial of the the entire day was occupied by ODoucvan in address to the jury in his own defence Be commenced at the opening of the and did not desist until after six oclock He insisted that he bad done nothing criminal asserted that his ease had outraged all and gate it as his opinion that Ireland would never be free without fighting His bearing and when be remarked upon the hit language was iffeptie and There was a rumor that the governor of Richmond bridewell bad Eyre bad been suspended from his functions in and Sir Henry Starks temporarily appointed in his The draft of the commission for the above appointment is published in The London It states that great disaffection is alleged to have prevailed in Jamaica that grievous disturbances bad and that excessive and unlawful severity had been need in their tnppreasion and U being argent that fall and impartial in quiry should be made into the nature and circumstances of the said and the measures adopted for their Ihe powers now Tested in Eyre are on the ground that it may be advisable that he should be present during the inquiry but for the sufficiency of said inquiry the powers of governor should be vwted in some ether and Sir Henry i is accordingly temporarily appointed of The London discount market was tke deaaad at the bank was very in view of expected advance in the owing to tbe continued funds were still Consols at noon on the 18th were quoted sales tor three including of which were to speculators and Market strongly tending up Amerioan Jd dearer since Manchester market quiet and Floor inactive aid unchanged wheat in limited demand and unchanged corn and in tome instances 3d lower mixed in Demand for old prime new i Pork quiet noAsjisjfi tarn ia Bacon Quiet and shade Tallow quiet partially Produes quiet and London maiket Sugar coffee Tea and tallow leum 8s Niw steamer Mara thon from has The Persia reached Liverpool on the 8th Tbe London Times believes in tbe peace ful designs of the Americsn Sir Henry Sir Edmund Bead and Charles LivirgHon are understood to be the commission of inquiry for A Fenian named has been rioted and sentenced to seven years penal A tetter has been received in Liverpool confirming tbe statement of Stephens safe arrival in The London Observer says Napoleon is apprehensive that Maximilian will follow his empress to and has prevailed upon the Mexican trinister at Paris to proceed to Mexico and endeavor to dissuade Maximil ian from He would sail on the The Observer thinks he will not be n and that Maximilian will be in Europe before New Tears The Gacette des Tribuneauz says The French government has directed the atten tlon o England to the extradition treaty of since the stipulations of this though duly carried out by France are not similarly fulfilled by An Austrian imperial decree extend am nesty to a 1 convicted lor COL pliohy in the Poll h FROfl SOD IB Niw 27 steamer Nonh America from Pernambuca and on the 2nd ion irrivsd Rio Dec emperor re turned on tbe causing great re joicing in this Tbe Parngnayars have withdrawn en tirely across the Upper Parana out of Cor The Brsiilian fleet is at the month of tbe and the allied army crossed tbe Corrientes on its march to tha P near G It will be sent in vessels up thM river to the point selected fir fn The 2d of the 40th anniversary of the birth of the wat observed in Brusil with rejoicmis Tbe empetor has released a number of The American chiefly south represented by have selected a site fjr a town near lies between two small at d can have railway co nection with tbe ca A vast tract of eight imlion of acres of un occupied government Uod has been select It is expicied that a flow of immigra tion from the con pining tbe late will set There is no change in tbe position of mili tary No new battles have taken The Braiilisn squadron is still at FftOlI TBE Deo Alexandria Journal in giving ao account of a riot there on says whisky flo ed in streams from many restaurants aod from some it was dealt out as liberally to colored people as to E irly in tbe morning it was ob served that all the yonog recouetrueted were well armed Ri ing commenced at an early hour in tbe morning and by one oeloek in tbe afternoon it bad assumed such fearful proportions that the mayor found it necessary to call ou tbe military to sap press Thrve companies of Hancocks veterans were ordered out and proceeded to arrest every one found engvged in riot ing and disorderly Many persons had been1 seriously wounded before the mil itary appeared on the scene of Be fifty and a hundred of the ringleaders of the various disturbances were seat to the slave pens and there compelled to remain during of the Some of them were yesterday morning while tbe more guilty are still in confine During the day a most unprovoked shot is reported te have occurred at Cbappell Hali where a number of colored people were holding a party A white man by the name of Mitchell was seriously ed in the and at one oclock this after nron his death was currently It appears from documents in the bureau of refugees and freedmeo that a recent or issued in Misniseippi by for the ion of the most strin gent measures to prevent an insurrection among the freedmen wis merely to quiet the frightened citUens ry indicating the readi of the bureau to take prompt steps for preservation of order in any and net because there were any 00 the part of government officers of an insufreOtioa in that tbe assistant com says the instructions to Reynolds wen not of such a character as to warrant this FKOH Biff from Ariiona present that there is constant fight ing between the Apache Indians and the Twentyeight sent out on the 1st of are SAB Kong advices of the 20th of which are twelve days later than tbe have been received The steamer Wanatah was reported tured by pirates whilst on her way from Bbanghae to Foo Piracy in Chinese waters is on tbe Foreign relations with China are quite out of owing to the Madarin worship ping policy which characterised the career of Sir The district lying southeast of Pekin haa been ravaged by troops of bandit A force of 180 mounted rancheroa made a raid to within 200 miles of the A force was sent out after but they made good their The last stronghold of the rebellion in the province of Eang Si is reported to be evacu The it is retreat ed to The Mahomedan rebels at Fung in had and were slaugh tered to Intelligence from Japan respecting foreign affairs is very The quarrel between tbe tycoon and prince Nagato had been A steamer had been announced to leave Tokohami direct for the inducement being the conveyance of silkworm Silk seem plentiful in but scarce in SOLDIERS Deo months ago quartermaster Meigs issued an order to his assistants to make special reports of the location aod condition of soldiers ceme teries known to recommendations of tbe means necessary to provide for the preservation of the remains interred there from Since that time the roll of or the names ef soldiers who have died in defence of the American has been and rec ntly the names Of officers and soldiers found ou the battle fields of the Wilderness and Spottsylvania Court Of these latter nearly 800 210 are those of soldiers from Penn 84 from New and 60 from Head boards have been erected to their graves on the battle field at the Two been laid out enclosed by a paling The sites are well adapted for the resting places of those who fell in the having been selected where the scenes of carnage ap peared to be the It was no un upual occurrence to observe the lines of our men close to tbe abbatis of the and in one several skeletons of our sol diers were found In their Hun dreds of grates on these battle fields are without any marks to distinguish and BU covered with foliage that the visitor will be unable to find the last resting place of those who have until the rain and snows of winter wash from the surface the light covering of earth and ex pose their Quartermaster gen eral Meigs has caused to be removed to the cemetery at Arlington the remains of those who died on the camping grounds in tbe vi and has taken measures to collect the remains of all others for deposit in per manent including those at camp Chicago BOILER IA 27 Gos distillery was blown to atoms by the explo sion of the boiler in tbe engine Most of the employees were at di there being but eight persons in the building at the The fireman was killed but none of the others was seriously Loss insured against ire for COIL Niw thou sand tons of Scran ton coal was sold to day at by the Laokawana Western railroad at the ex change sales Tbe company of bid ders was smaller than usual there was comparatively little demand for The offering was disposed of at a decline of one dollar a ton from the prices of Novem ber and nearly a ton since Oc The following are the sales and prices obtained Chestnut 05 7 6 000 Stove coal 6 OoO This delivered at JF f I i New tbe month of tons of Dtnl The freight charge is 75 cents a f Chaffee and United States senators from have arrived They report a uniform confidence among the peo ple of in the prompt admission of that state into the every important condition of the enabling act having been complied The legislature passed a joint resolution requesting the if he did not deem himelf authorized to proclaim the state in the to urge its early admission upon Resolutions guaranteeing the ratification pf the antislavery amendnent to the const iution were FBOH Niw special dispatch that the secretary of the treasury is preparing bills in conforming with bia re Commendations to which he will soon send to the ways and means committee for their Cutler died at hospital in Washing ton on A Washington special eays the proof vol ajne just from the government giving tull statistical information regarding manu facturers in this asserts that the present value of the manufacture of ootton is equal to per capita of the whole population of the United The amount of woven fabric is equal to thirtysix yards per more than double the estimated average consumption of Great The new five cent fractional currency will be issued next About worth Of defaced and mutilated currency is de stroyed by per smd 000 worth Arrangements are nearly completed to make the amount of the latter equal to that of the Fenians of Kentucky held a state convention today in All the circles in the with two were Speeches were delivered by the state and Resolutions fully endorsing president the senate and secretary cf and repudiating the 0 Mahony congress of January were adopted unanimously and signed by all the delegates FBOfl 26 river is still rising with 25 feet of water on the The steamers are begitniog to rive freely to Cotton in light The prices range from Market ia bm little Receipts 71 shipments 170 A man namad Fayette Qodman was killed this morning by one Dick Two policemen named Frame and Woben had some which resulted in toe shooting of The wound ia thought to be Niw Post says the loan market is and an abundance of capital is to be had at 7 per on A few transactions are taking place at 6 per Commercial paper ia offering freely and rates favor the The stock market ia extremely and there is more disposition to sell at a conces sion in Government bonds are the being the strongest on tbe Railroad shares are drooping and there is very little legitimate ANOTHER Niw 27 steamer berland from San Salvador from and the Montgomery from New have and report heavy A large propeller painced a light was seen aahore on on Monday the sea making clean breach over There were a Urge num ber of people on PHOTOGRAPHERS Haw 27 large meeting of photographers was held last evening at the Cooper Institute for the purpose of tak ing measures to secure a modification of the government tax on their In Jersey City and several towns along the Hudson river a memorial was prepared petitioning congress to modify the stamp snd addresses were made by several Niw letter from Salt Lake City says ill feeling between the Mormons and the United States trooos is in Many peraoos in apprehension of before tjbe end of militia of tLe territory have of late been reviewing in different and as acounterpart Connor last week mwcherf caTalry thrWgb the city for Young been danger ously ill of bat IB recoTering noil Washington special of the 26th says Secretary in reply to a senate states that no one has been employed by the war de partment who has not taken the oath pre scribed by except those who were appointed provisional governors of states and who have received compensa tion for their services out of the contingent fund of the war department at tha same rate allowed Andrew of under his appointment of Mired 31st 1863 which was annum W H provisional governor of 5186 provisional fovernor of South Lewis E provisional governor of 000 provisional governor of Georgia Francis chief of of rebel is the only officer filed not authorited by It waa expected that the obvious necessity of this office would re cognized by while traveling from Texas to was robbed of in by He subs quently served aa a Union scout under Grant and receiving pay of per Afterwards he raised and oom manded a company of and waa prisoner near He offered a con federate officer to secure bu releaae He now petitions for the payment of that Grant recommended that the claim be but the committee on after nc ade the following report It ia of opinion that neitber claim pre sents any sufficient ground for relief The first of all allowed were offered aa a prece dent for paying all the damages committed by depredations and robbenea of guarrillaa during the and if furnish an example reimbursing prison ers of war for all soma expended to procure their and will embody in scope officers and If adopted it may lead to the expenditure of immense and posaib in gom to the payment of large snma for ransom of an officer or which may amount to considerably moie than the services of petitioner were The comm11ee therefore re commend that the claim of J Morns be The Chilian minister at Washington has received information of a of his go7 ment aga nst the recent Spanish dec in treating as rirarea all peons ou board of the privateers of Obi wh are ooc na tivea of that country If the deci ion ia carried into effect the seereat measures will be sdooted by the The second controller of tbe treasury terday rendered to the third and fourth to the ef teci that sioce the pasgags of the act of March collectijg on instead of being paid directly to the commiseioner of internal revenue mast be deposited in the Uaited Slates treasury wuh the assistant or designated depository of public In nettling the accounts of officers for pay ment withheld by them in ranking be will accept the certificate of properly verified by the chasQier of internal revenue aa a good instead of tbe receipt that officer baa heretofora re Colonel of the engineer Hon R of and WUham M White of of the committee appointed by resident com missioners to inspect and repnrt upon first section of the Union Pacific completed west from were to left on their mission last The arrival of tha bold priva at Washington ia dail expected will be tried by court mrtial for violating tbe lawa of war in various instances John congressional delegate from his ar rival at 8an Francisco OD tbe 9 a and arrive in Washington about tha 23d proximo t is understood that from the controller of fr ex tending the capital of national banks to four hundred milhonW will aoonbo brought up for approval of that tbe banks in southern states mny their quotas under the The following is a full teit f the amend ment to tbe constitution introduced iu tha senate on the day o adjiurnraent Pranaount shall reiJe with in the Dnited Stales of and every citixen or aay state or territory shall be boa and priomrty owe loyally and allegiance ibe Uaited anything ia he aoaitituti law or ordinaao of any state to tbe contrary not w aad erery cute heretofore in the or whi h mty rureafter be ad mitted as a member forever remain a par of the Uaited and sball not under any o rcums aoeea what have any right to or withdraw SEW GOVERNOR OP BIS8I3SIPPL Dec27 The through the secretary of judge Sbarkev of the trust of prcws4oaal and recognized his in the person of GOT The Utters addressed to them are similar to those written to the provisional governors and governorselect of ether soahern remitting to the constitved authori chosen by tbe the and conduct of their proper affiirs Florida are the only two remaining states to be letter from Mon treal saye At the next oession of otrlia ment Brown will urge tbe purchise of tbe northwest territory of expense of 000 It ia not thouzat it will be carried A Wtalioo of the 16th riflea is on its way from IjtaglAud to Mora troops A force of several hundred will be stationed at as ihera is some alarm felt for its and that of the parliament   

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