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Galveston Commercial Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 8, 1870, Galveston, Texas Yol. To Galveston saturday january 8, 1870. No 19. To telegraphic. A a associated press dispatches. New York markets. New Yolk Deo. 30.�?discounts Dull and nominally 10012. Louisiana s and Alabama Sann. Balance southerns without material change. Levees c2j, 8�?Ta 82. Alabama 8�?Ts 95j, 6�?Ts 62i. New Yolk dec. 31.�?stooks steady. Money 7 currency. Exchange Long 81, Short 9i. Gold 120 coupons of 62 12j. Tennessee sex coupons 52. New 454. Virginia sex Oon Pons 474, new 63 Louisiana sold 70i, new 65, levee 6�?Ts 65, 8�?Ts 824. Alabama bus 964, 5 s 62. Georgia 6�?Ts 80, 7�?Ts 92. North Carolinas old 40, new 28i South Carolina now 82 asked. The took Board has adjourned to monday. New Yolk Deo. 31.�?flour without any decided Orange. Wheat Dull and unchanged. Corn 1 cent better. Pork quiet mess $29 50. Lard Dull at 17018o., steam refined. Cotton firmer middling Uplands 25-Jo. Turpentine quiet at 43044o. Bosin firm at $2 05@$�2 10 for strained. Freights quiet. New Orleans Deo. 31 a Cotton Active and firmer at 244, sales 8600, receipts 10,021, exports to Liverpool 3333, Coastwise 2073. Be seipts for the week 42,745, exports 20,928. Stock 141,739. Flour firmer at $5 25, god 6 25. Corn firmer at 90095. Oats 68070. Bran is 15. Hay firmer prime $25026. Pork $300304. Baboon 144, 184. 18 j. Others in changed. Gold 1204. Sterling 301. New York sight Par to Diacont. New Yolk Deo. 31, Bonk statement is favourable. Gold closed firmer at 1204. Government securities closed Strong. The Bink statement shows that Loans have decreased nearly Thiee million dollars deposits increased nearly twi million Legal tenders increased Over five Hundred thousand. The treasurer declined bids for Gold under 120. He has distributed nearly eix million dollars for account of the january interest. Money closed at 7, curio Noy to Gold. Government securities closed Strong 81 it 118. @119, 5-203 of 18g2 113j01134, 62a 1124@ n2it sisl2i@lbi Bew li51@t15i 115j�il5g, 68s 11gj@115j, 10 40a 1094@ 1u94. State Bonds Dull Louisiana old 70x new 65, levee 8s 82 i Alabama 8s 96. Stocks Dull but firm. New Yolk Jan. 3.�?stocks steady but Dull Money Active at 7. Exchange Long 8i, Short 9j. Gold 1192. 62i 134 Tennessee sex coupons 634. New 40 Virginia sex coupons 47, new 54- Louisiana old 68, now c5. Levee 6� 64, 8s 78 j. Alabama 8 95. 5s 60. Georgia 6a 31, 7s 92. North Carolinas old 404, new 29. South Carolines new 83 asked. Flour Dull and drooping. Wheat quiet and heavy. Corn doll Fork nominal mess $29 25029 50. Lard Dull at 174�17o. Cotton quiet at 25go. Turpentine firm at 430434c. Losin firm at to 05@2 10 for a trained. Freights Dull. New Yolk Jan. 3.�?Money very Active at 7, currency to Gold. Discounts 10012. Sterling weaker 8j. Gold Dull and heavy 1194 0119. Bonds quiet. Southern Bonds quiet and steady. Cotton quiet sales 700 Bales at 3>flour quiet common to fair extra Southern �86806. Wheat heavy 102o lower Vinter red Western $1 35. Corn Dull irregular and unsettled mixed Western old $1 100114. Pork heavy new $29 50030. Lard drooping Kettle 18018. Groceries Dull. Turpentine 43044. Bosin $2 0502 08. Freights quiet. New Tork car kits. New Ycek dec. 31.�?Cotton to. Higher. Bales 3500 Bales at 25o. Four less Active. Wheat to. Better but doll. Corn unsettled. Mets pork $29 5o0$3o. Lord 18@18io. Whisky 98099c, turpentine 43 @434o. Freights lower. Money 7, currency to Gold. Bank St Tenient favourable. Gold firmer at 1204 governments Strong. New Orleans Jan. 3.�?Cotton Active and firm at244024bo-, sales. 7400 Bales receipts 16,680 Bales exports to Sebastian 600 Bales. Flour firm at $5 25, $5 75, $6 25. Corn firmer Ordinary 90a, Choice 95o. Oats firm St. Loni 70a bran $1 15. Hay quiet Primo $24, oho Ioe $26 pork Dull mess $30. Baboon Dull nominally 144, 18, 184o. Lard Tierce 18o., Keg 191020c. Sugar poured hams 200 25o. Sugar Dull at 120124a. Molasses prime 68@70a a a whisky 95c0$l. Coffee fair 144 014io, prime 174@ 174c Gold 120. Sterling 129. New York sight discount. Taibi Azoir. Washington Deo. 30.�?casey, Pissott and Kenzell have arrived. Thebo parties have Home to adjust the new Orleans custom House complications. The president received to Day a memorial signed by the leading merchants and business men of Victoria and other pieces in British Columbia mentioning various reasons Why that Colony should be transferred the the United states and asking the president s in Terpo Sutlon for that object. The president states to Tho bearer of the memorial that to had read the paper with great interest and sent it to the state department. Sumner chairman of Tho Senate committee on foreign relations sympathizes with the movement a general movement will be made la the Colony toward annexations. Wash Iio a j3j.�?lioutvirell. Has Quot returned. The policy for january is expected to night. Wish Eaton Deo. 31.�?no Cabinet to Day. Mcclellan is Here. Washington dec. 31. A no Cabinet meeting to Day. Gen. Mcclellan bos arrived Here. Washington Jan. 1.�?Tho court of claims meets on monday. A Mcclellan visited the pro Sidnei. R v a a Washuta Toni. Jan. 1.�?bontwpusells Ono million Gold and purchases one million Bonds on alternate weeks during january on to count of the sinking fund. To also Sells one million Gold and purchases two million Bonds on alternate weeks and alternating with sales and purchases on account of the sinking fund for the special fund. The result for Tho month is the Sale of four millions Gold and Tho Purchase of six millions Bonds on both to counts. The Treasury will also anticipate interest on coupons payable in sixty Days from presentation non a rebate at six per font. A tremendous Gale of wind has Boon blowing Here All Day. Washington Jan. 3.�?hoar has returned and Mcclellan is Gono. Tho cuban partisans hero deny that Tho Junta urge the patriots to abandon Tho Strug Gle. It is understood hat the president Favori the ratification for Tho Purchase of St. Thomas and Samann the decrease of Tho debt is nearly five millions. Coin in Tho Treasury $109,000,000, on Reno $12,250,000, other Coin hearing securities $65,000,000, sinking fund $22,500,000. Nearly All telegraphs northward prostrated. We Are still without advices of Marine disasters. Delano has ordered Over one million Blanks for income returns. The weight of the paper is Over seventeen tons. This is regarded As in favourable to the Hope of an Early repeal of the income tax. Bevenue to Day nearly one million and a half. Cuba. Havana Deo. 31.�?the governor of Matanzas orders the citizens to deliver their private arms under pain of court martial. Havana Deo. 31.�?la a severe fight at Magua in Cinco Villas District sixty six were captured and Twenty insurgents killed. Havana Deo. 31.�?the Spanish forces Cap turd at Magua a Large Quantity of provisions and munitions of War and important correspondence. The insurgents continue to pro sent them elves to the Spanish authorities for Pard in. Havana Jan. 1�?intense excitement prevails Hete in Oon sequence of an announce ment in the Havana journals of this evening that the revolution has terminated. According to the published statement the editors of the journals Here have seen a copy of a circular signed by the members of the cuban Junta ordering the insurgents to Lay Down their arms for the present giving As a reason for the abandonment of the id Surrey Tion the failure of a recent filibustering expedition to the inability of the Junta to Send More men and to the further disheartening action of the american government in permitting the gunboats to sail from now York. Tho circular severely attacks the course of Grant and advises the cubans to submit to the spaniards in order to Savo further bloodshed. The vote do Cuba announces the surrender of fifteen Hundred insurgents at Tunis. The Diario announces that sex rebel gon. Coca offers to raise a body of guerrillas to fight against Tho insurgents. One Spanish gunboat arrived to Day having became separated from its companions off Charleston the rest Are expected to arrive to Morrow. A fire to night destroyed five houses on Monte Street. A further announcement has been made from the Interior of bodies of insurgents offering to capitulate. All the news is True the revolution May be considered to be expiring but a full confirmation is wanting. Sew Orleans. New Orleans Deo. 31.�?weather Clear and pleasant. Tho Mutual played a picked nine this afternoon. Tho Mutual were victorious by 31 to 15. The proceeds were donated to the Toaso of Geod shepherds. The City Council muddle continues. Some of the governors appointees have been instated but Are Man damned to How cause on january third Why they should not vacate. Governor Warmoth forbids auditor Wick Iliffe occupying room in the merchants Institute. The courts have been resorted to. New Orleans Jan. 1.�?chief of police Cain was yesterday committed to the Parish prison Twenty four hours for contempt of the seventh District court for allowing gov. Warmouth to use the metropolitan police to prevent auditor Wickliffe from re occupying the office in the Mechanic so Institute from which he bad been ejected by orders of the governor. Peremptory orders were issued by the sixth District court for Wickliffe to re occupy the office while the fifth District court enjoined the sheriff from disturbing the governor in the use administration and occupation of the mesh Anion a Institute. The governor a metropolitan police Are still in Possession of the whole building. The statement of collector Stockdale shows the internal Bevenue receipts in this District for eight months ending Deo. 31, to be $1,-619,548. The receipts in the corresponding months last year were $979,871, a gain Over last year without deduct id the Cotton tax of Over half a million. New Orleans Jan. A the base ballgame this afternoon Between the new York Mutual and new Orleans southerns Drew quite a Large audience. The ground was in bad condition. Neither of the dubs played with their usual ability. The Mutual were again victorious by the following store innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Mutual 36 13 24781 2-46 South is 3 3 4 2 0 0 0 2 7�?21 the Mutual express themselves delighted with their visit. They leave for Home direct on monday. New Orleans Jan. 3 both branches of Tho legislature met to Day s8natb.--nothing important was done. to Well having resigned Mortimer Carr of the Parish of Orleans was Cleotes Speake the governors message will be delivered to Morrow. Total Gold receipts at the custom House Here for the past year a amount to $4,899,000 a for the previous year $4,253.000, an increase Over last year of $646,000. The Republican states that j. J alls on agent Ollie Chicago scandinavian Emigrant society Herd,-4$ contracting with planters for a Supply of two Hundred emigrants per week a norwegians swedes Danes germans and others. Quot. Mobile Jan. 1.�?no markets to Day business generally continued rain to Day last evening the weather was Beautiful and favourable to the different societies. The Cowbell of strikers amp of. Turned out in one grand profession. Many visitors from abroad were present. Washington Jan. 1 a the representatives of the press of Bloh mond and Petersburg arrived at the invitation of Washington journalists. The Welcome speech at j of Olock this morning by col. Forney was responded to on behalf of the Virginia press by or. Gilman of the whig. A Najiy Jan. 1.�?Tho weather is Beautiful Tho Day being universally observed. The governor receive do at the executive chamber. New Orleans Jan. is a general Holiday. No markets. It has been raining All morning it is now Cloudy and cold blowing half a Gale from Northwest. Washington Jan. 1�?the presidents reception was not so numerous by attended As on Many previous occasions. The weather was overcast. The reception begun at 104 a. U the foreign legation in full court costume be Cabinet officers the supreme court Washington and Bioh mond press clubs officers of the army and Navy in full uniform local organizations senators and representatives Here and the general Pablo called. The Marine band was present in full uniform discoursing excellent the reception. Richmond Jan. 1.�?new yeat Day was never before to generally observed Here As it was to Day. Calls were general. General Canby the governor and mayor had Publio receptions. officials attended in a body in full uniform and the citizens generally paid their respects to these officials. Sex governor Wells a it gave a reception which was generally coloured societies celebrated the emancipation proclamation anniversary. They called non governor Walker who made them a Short speech said he was glad to see them to Day and then reverted to the occasion which they celebrated told them they were his Peers before the Law and were vested with the same rights and privileges and he As governor would see that their rights and privileges were secured to them would stand by and protect then to far As the Power Laid with him. He appealed to them to a How by their conduct that they appreciated those rights and that what had been called an Experiment in regard to the coloured people would prove most successful. Governor Waller was followed by general Imboden. The speeches were received with loud cheers. From Boston. Boston dec. 30.�?the january dividends of the manufacturing Compani s show a comparative decrease but not to the extent indicated. Of Twenty nine companies which pay dividends in Boston Only six pass without paying Dwight great Falls and Manchester for the second time the Atlantis Continental and Everett for the first time. The Semi annual dividend of the other Twenty three Radge from three to twelve per cent one of twelve Chico of Tea uu6 of eight Cne of six four of five eight of four and five of three per cent. To Lac Southern fall Kouts. Loci Vixie Deo. 31.�?the great Southern mail route from new York and Boston and the Northeast heretofore going via Washington hic Monck and Lynchburg to Mobile and new Orleans has been changed to go via Cincinnati and Louisville. The Louisville and Cincinnati Short line Railroad is running daily trains from Cincinnati and is making dose connection at Louisville with the Nashville and Memphis lines which is the cause of the change. Georgia. Atlanta Deo. 31.�?the chairman of Tho state Kentril committee of the Union be pub lican party of Georgia has issued a Call for a meeting of the committee to be held in Atlanta on wednesday Jan. 5, 1870. He invites All the Republican members of the legislature to be present. It the Secretary of the demo ratio committee also issues a Call to the democrats for the same purpose and to meet on the same Day. 6gh Francisco. San franc co Deo. 31.�?additional shocks of earthquake were Felt in Virginia. Citizens alarmed. Sew Tork. New Yolk Deo. 30�?the Erio railway company have seized the books of the great Western and Atlantis company and now control that Road. The postmaster general has concluded contracts with the lines heretofore mentioned for Ocean mails. Judge Henry Boyce of Louisiana is mentioned As supreme judge. New Yolk Jan. 3.�?arrived, steamers Ariadne from new Orleans Niagara from Norfolk and Herman Livingston from Savannah. New Yolk Jan. 3.�?mayor Hall s address is Brief. He predicts that Tho health excise police fire and water affairs will soon return to municipal control miscellaneous. Philadelphia janr3.�?Tho supreme court will hear the Schoeppy Case in error on the first monday in february. Cincinnati Jan. 3.�?the tobacco merchants of this City sold Sevan million dollars Worth of Leaf tobacco this year an increase of half a million dollars Over last year. The a cent storm Philadelphia Jan. 3.�?the storm yesterday washed away the track of the Baltimore Railroad on either Side of Tho Long Bridge at Bush River causing a delay of trains both ways. A Large Force of men have been at work All night. Tho damage has been repaired and trains Are running regularly. Tho 8u>rm was most furious All sunday and the Waves washed Over the Bridges both at Bash and Gunpowder Rivers. Railroad travel hence in All directions has been resumed. It Wash Nixon Jan 3.�?the great Northern Audi Southern mails will be delayed 12 hours by yesterdays storm. No Marine disasters Are reported. Detroit Jan. 3 a there has been a violent Stom and ten inches of Snow. Ohly. Cincinnati Jan. 3.�?the operators of the Western Union Holograph company struck this morning. The cause a said to be a reduction of salaries in California. Columbus Jan. 3.�?the.senate has Organ ibid electing a Republican clerk and a organized. Cunningham the Reform candidate from Cincinnati was elected speaker. Cunningham received the entire demo ratio vote and was elected by casting his own vote for himself. The democrats elected the clerk. The Republican reformers from Hamilton county voted steady with the democrats. European news. Pabis dec. 30.�?up to this hour 8 of Clook Thero has been no development regarding the ministry. Roue dec. 30.�?rhe infant Princess Christine of a Ples was baptized to Day with great pomp. Four Hundred notables were present. The session of the you menial Council of yesterday lasted five hours. The subject discussed was whether philosophy was Heterodox. Madrid dec. 10.�?minister Zorilla was generally badly received during the Semi official just closed at Valencia Puroll and some other Large cities. His speeches in favor of a monarchy were interrupted by re-1 publican Vivas. London Deo. 80.�?lesseps contradicts the stories of danger in the navigation of the Snez anal. Since a he opening the depth at the very worst Points has increased seventy centimes. The Ootton receipts from America Are still very heavy. There is a great a cab Here and at Liverpool and the statistical journal Bays that seventy four More cargoes Are now afloat for England than at the corresponding period last Pear. The times has an editorial on the subject of the american Navy. Tho writer blames a a Robeson for confining his attention to Oruis i ers rather than line of Battle ships whereas i admiralty a greatest offensive and defensive qualities Are incompatible with cruising. Len do Deo. 30.�? specie has decreased �37,000. Haile Deo. 30.�?Cotton dosed firm both on spot and afloat. London do. 39�?Consols 92bonds 86&. Tallow 45s 3d�45s go. Sugar on spot quiet afloat firmer. Deo. 30.�?red Western wheat 8s 9d. Pork quiet. Lard 76s 6d. Bacon 63s. Tallow 44s 3d, bed Winter wheat 9s. London Deo. 31�?noon�?conbqls92i0924. Bonds 864. Turpentine 28s 3d�29s 6d. Pabis Deo. 31.�?bourse opened film. Rentes 72f 800. Lava Pool Deo. 31�?noon�?Ootton buoyant Uplands 114"orleans old sales 15,01.0 by Las. Week statement sales 69,000 Bales exports 12,000 Bales speculation 9000 Bales Stock on hand 338,000 Bales american 77,009 Bales receipts 51,000 Bales american 34.0c0 Bales. Red Western wheat 8s 3d. Flour 22 j. Corn 29 j 3d. Lard 74s. Later a Cotton Uplands 114�llid, Orleans 111011 id. Stook afloatr268,000 Bales american 178,000 Bales. Yarns and fabrics at Mano Hosier firmer. Pabis Deo. 31.�?it is feared that Ollivier is arable to form a ministry. Madrid Deo. 31.�?general pier Rad has been released. The railroads Are blocked with Snow. Ham Bubo Deo. 31.�?the Elbe is blocked with Ioe and navigation above suspended. Limerick Deo. 31.�?a fearful Gale is blowing houses Are prostrated ten persons killed and Many Hurt. London do. 31.�?there have t Een very heavy gales prevailing All around the coast with Many shipwrecks and some loss of life. The american bark o. V. Minot from Mobile november 10th, with Cotton for Havre encountered a Gale off the Cornish coast but weathered the storm and made port per seance after losing two masts and sustaining other damages. The bark Edna for Montreal from Greenock was driven on the Irish coast and the Captain and seven of the Crew were lost. Histories writes to the times assailing Secretary fishes dispatch on the Alabama question. Pabis dec. 31.�?prinee Oharles and wife of Prussia Are Here. The emperor Bas visited them. Glasgow Deo. 31.�?william Cook the United states vice Consul at this port has been sentenced to seven years imprisonment for forgery. Have Deo. 31�?evening.�?Cotton closed quiet tres Ordi Naire and Low middling on spot 1374. Of Bankfoot Deo 29.�? Bonds closed firm at 914. Pabis Deo. 31�?bourse firm. Rentes 73f 5o. London Deo. 31.�?tallow quiet but steady. Linseed cakes 10 la 7s lod08s. Live Pooni Deo 3ft�?beef 102?. Lord Dull. Cheese 68a 6d. Pork quiet. Pabis Deo. 31.�?it a a certain that the new ministry will be announced the Day after tomorrow. London Jan. 1.�?the damage by the flood is estimated at half a million pounds. Many portions of the town a re rendered useless until Spring. Letters from Madrid give accounts of the recent interviews Between see or Rances the Spanish mini ate Here and lord Clarendon in the first of a High the British Secretary said he had received Ady Oes concerning the cuban insurrection which represented it As very formidable. The Spanish minister assured lord Clarendon that these accounts emanated from sources unfriendly to Spain and were grossly exaggerated at a subsequent interview lord Clarendon said the Tomoia inform action received at the foreign office led to the opinion that tie cuban rebellion is declining in strength rapidly. London Jan. 3�?noon-Consols 924. Bonds 86. cod8o1s 92g. Bonds 87. Livbbfooi., Jan. 3�?fhis Isa Holiday in the Ootton Market. Pork 105a. Lard Dull. Bacon 62 s 6d. A a a Madrid Jam 3.�?there have been several important conferences lately Between Prim and old Ziga. It is rumoured ministerial changes Are Likely to result therefrom in View of the prolongation of the provisional government 1 Rous Jan. 3.�?cavilita Cattolica published a Long article in relation to differentiations of the world with regard to the Council now Quot in session in this oily. It stated governments generally have neither favored nor hindered the Council except Russia which prevented the Bishops of total a Nob a a hed or ext let to1 Siberia from being present to relate the misfortunes of that martyred country. Only one nation has Given proof of her Folio etude in keeping a Garrison Here to protect the Tranquility of Tho Council. A London Jan. 3.�?thomas Creswick artist is dead aged 54. Rous Jan. 3�?the efforts to improve Yoou Stroil properties of St. Peters failing the Council hereafter meets in the Quirinale. Pabis Jan. 3.�?ollivier�?Ts combination is entirely broken up. It is reasserted that darn and Buffet of the left and tal Honet and be gris of the right Centre will be called to the Cabinet. London Jan. 3.�?the times discussing the demise of the London Star and morning Herald asserts that party organs Are now obsolete. Over four Hundred Dolored men have left Tho Vicinity of Richmond va., Durine the week for work in Louisiana and Mississippi. Over two thousand left the Stato during last Monti for the South Texas and a Dai it Mah. Eveir since the War the mails of Texas have been parried on a sort of Hap Hazard principle. Whenever it suited or. Oharles Morgan to bring a brought a mail. If a Steamer came but twice a week so be it we a had a Semi weekly mail. Now that it is his. Interest to ran six boats in the we Kwh have As Majiyu mails. As Many times As his business Ltd pleasure has urged him to bring boats. A so Anjany Ivailo we have had no my re no less. Thero Imay bes me other Section of the Coua try were this customs pursued but if so we do no know it. We do not believe the people master general. At least two thirds of the state a comprising All the country West of the. Trinity is dependent on the Galveston mail for All its communication with the other states a of the Union. The Long line of military Pouafe which skirt the Frontier Are dependent of the. Same source of Supply. Yet these Are con. Noted with san Antonio by a daily line of. Of oath a and horseback oils even at a time when j we got but two mails per week with who i to Supply them. Among the first necessities of any american people is a regular prompt and frequent mail communication j without these no people can Prosper. A great state like this with rapidly developing interests imperatively demands a daily mail. The proposition is so Plain that it is almost an insult to intelligence to argue it some will ask a Why moot this question now ? we have six mails a True we now have six week yet it is Only a Short time Sinoy we had but two to which number we maybe reduced at the pleasure of or. Morgan. Jib at the Maii ugent for this chair Iii capt. Saylor is about going to Washington and Hopes to induce Tho postal department to make such arrangements As will insure the people of Texa a regular daily mail twelve months in the year. A glance at the map will show the argument More plainly than any words can do. It will show a great state Witti a maritime City of Twenty five thousand songs with numerous Interior cities and a boundless extent of territory dependant for a its mail facilities upon the whims interest of pleasure of one Man. Texas items. Or. J. Carroll of this county says he has 8<?me excellent Cotton so far As a Good turn oat is cd Noer Ned. He ginned this year 1485 pounds in the seed which turned Onta 557 Pound Bale. This Ootton was of the silk kind. He had a Bale of common Cotton weighing 432 pounds which he made from. 1118 pounds of seed Ootton. He challenges any ginner to beat the Republican. A there is a fall made in this paper fora meeting to be held at the courthouse on monday next at 2 of Clook a. M., to adopt measures her building a Bridge Over Iron Ore Creek on the Colbert a ferry Road a Sherman courier Dee. 25. A _ _ special by Telegraph to the new Orleans tints. Washington Deo. 31.�?there is an indication that a raid will to made by the internal Vevenne Bureau upon gambling houses. The Southern supervisor writes suggesting a tax of $5000 on each gambling Bouse exclusive of the state and pity taxes. He says enough Money can Meisol looted from this source in new Orleans to pay the salaries of half the Revenue supervisors. Or. Boutwell has returned. It is not believed that he will change his financial policy during the month of january. Rumor has it that he will sell six millions of Gold in one Lump i it is discredited by the Treasury offi a a oils. The president is still undecided about the appointments on the supreme Bench. A Schooner has cleared openly and sailed from new York with arms for the cubans. More Aro to follow. The red Ribb latest advices from the revolutionists in the red River province represent that the failure of colonel Dennis to invite the the opponents of the British government saved the lives of governor Mcdougall and his suite. As it is death has been decreed against colonel Dennis should he Ever be captured. A newspaper is to be 8tarted in the a it interest of the insurgents who have become. So formidable in numbers that Mcdougall and. His followers Are preparing to get away. In r. Undisturbed Possession of the entire Region of country the doubtless so 8$rengthenlheirpo�hqttfatn<���briiiah 1 troops a warm reception where they it in amp a enter the territory for the purpose of Endeavor a ing to reduce them to Vyr Leherald. a y \. A five soldiers were drummed out of the Gar vice and branded a a d a at fort Whipple re Cantty Forth crime . Prof w. O. Kerr state geologist of North Carolina thinks that the Black mountains in that state were the Orat dry land and the oldest Earth on he Globe. The present production of the White Pine mines is about $86,000 a week and for the a whole District about $100,000 a week. In a month or two the production will be increased to the rate of five millions a year and the yield Fox 1870, it is confidently believed will reach ten millions. In consequence of the direct steam communication Between Copenhagen and new York the emigration has increased from 5,600 a 1868 to 9,513 in 1868, comprising 5,069 males 2,307 females and 2,135 children. Nearly 3,000 of the emigrants were Danes 5,543 swedes and 726 were from various places. The world produces 713,000,000 Poun a of Coffee per annul. Brazil furnishes Over one half of this. Java comes next and Ceylon next in the amount yielded
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