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Galveston Commercial Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 15, 1870, Galveston, Texas Is Sai yol. V. Veston saturday Jan Jay 15, 1870. No. 20.telegraphic. Associated press dispatch les. New York markets. New York Jan. 8.�?stocks unsettled. Motley 7. Exchange Long. 83, Short 9j. 62s 15. Gold l22j. Tcanoaflecrfcx-coupon9 53j. Virginia sex coupons 51 new York Jan. 7�?noon.�?Cotton Market Dall nominally unchanged. Good Ordinary 24jc. Low middling 24fio. Middling Uplands 251. Twiddling Mobile 25ge. Middling Orleans 25j. A a new Yolk Jan. 7�?noon.�?stocks very Strong. Money 7. Sterling Exchange Long 128 Short 129g. Gold 1218 5-20�?Ts 62, with coupons 114.tennessee 6s, sex coupons 52 new 46j. Alabama 8s 94 5s 63. Georgia 6s 60 7s 90i South Carolinas new .72. New to amp a Jan. 7�?noon.�?flonr without of Citeria change. Wheat slightly Fayora buyers. Corn Dull and declining. Pork firmer mess $28. Lard firm 17a 174. Turpentine firm at 44a44 j. Rosu firm at $2 10a215 for strained. Freight firm. New York january 7.�?Cotton closed quiet and steady. Sales to Day 1800 Bales. Middling Uplands 25c. Flour Dull and unchanged. Wheat Active closing slightly in Lavor of buyers. Corn mixed Western 93c old $1 05al /7. Pork firmer new $2sa28 50. Lard firmer Kettle rendered 17al8c. We risky firmer at $1. Groceries Dull and steady. Turpentine 444a45c. Freights unchanged. Quot new York january 7.�?jbjmey Active and easy at 7 per cent Sterling 8 7-8. Gold Active and excited closed at 122 5-8 al22. Government securities closed Strong a offerings Light. 5-20s of 1862 at 114$. Southern see Tiri ties closed Strong with Ion upward tendency new York Jan. 8.�?Cotton closed quiet sales to Day 2000 Bales Low middling 25 a25 c a flour Dull and declining Sperne state and Western $4 65afi 00 wheat slightly favors buyers Corn drooping new mixed Western 85as3c new White bout hism 974c new Southern 97a 98c old Western mixed $1 01delivered whisky Liftner Western $1 02al 05, closing $1 02 pork heavy and it drooping $27 10 new mess $28 old $28 lard heavy naval stores firm groceries quiet freights quiet and firm. New York january 8.�?money easy at 7 per cent with exceptions. The Bank statements Aro More favourable than for Many months. The Banks have gained $8,000,000 in the Reserve against an increase in liabilities of $11,000,000 Loans increased $3,069,066 specie increased $4,497,922 circulation decreased1 $18,-607 deposits increased $11,169,868 Legal tenders increased $3,503,126 Sterling steady at 8ga8. The sub Treasury during the week disbursed $10,500,000 in Gold on account of the Jas Oary interests and received $224,000 Abr custom receipts Gold lower closing steady at 122 clearances $85, 000,000 exports for the week $482,670 governments higher closing Strong 5-20s of 18g2 115iall5jl state Bonds firm Louisiana old 87 new 68 levee 6s, 66 8s, 80 stocks unsettled. Imports of the week dry goods $1,297,875 Genc eral merchandise $3,255,000. The sub Treasury balance in Gold is $75,065,728 currency $3,876,013 general balance $93,708,877. The express says Tho department today debited itself with $12,000,000 of Coin interest paid out this week which it is stated will Loave Coin balance on hand $50,000,000. Cancelled Gold certificates sent to Washington Cpl ,064,720. New York Jan. 10.�?stocks unsettled. Money 7 per Cut. Exchange Long 8fa9iper cent. Gold 122j 1862 coupons15 Tenn shoe sex coupons 534c, net Boc Virginia sex coupons 504c, new 57jci Louisiana old 68c, new 69c. La Vee Sixes 65jc, eights 604c. Alabama eights 93c, fives 63c. A Georgia Sixes 80c sevens 89c. North Carolina old 43c, new 28jc. Sooth Carolina new 724c. New Orleans markets. New Orleans Jan. 10.�?Cotton Active at 24a24�, sales 8200, receipts 9561, or it its to Barcelona 836. Flour firm $5 25, 75,6 25. Com firmer lal 05. Oats. 70. Bra $1 25. Hay prime $27 50. Mess pork $30. Bacon finder 144, 164, 17. Lard doll Tierce 17. Keg 18. Sugar Dull prime llu2 j molasses prime 68 a09. Whisky Dull Western rectified 90a Coffee quiet s fair 15jal54, Primo. Gola 122, Sterling 324. Now get �0 discount. No telegraphed so strike. Saw Francisco january 8. Tel graph end strike continues without re tiding but Shleby. The Alta California a Provo the position of Tho management on this coast. The bulletin after publishing the statement of both sides closes a Long editorial As follows a we cannot believe that the Eastern operators were Correl by. Informed of the slight Causo for the str amp a in sail. Francisco before taking Steps which forces the necessity upon the company of maintaining its position at All hazards. Philadelphia january 8. ele graph strike it has been actually ended. Fifteen strikers resumed work having signed papers dissolving their connection with the league. Only seven original strikers holdout Washington january 8.�?Tho following was received hero this morning dated Philadelphia january 6 a a fifteen strikers have withdrawn from Tho league. All expressed a willingness to go wherever ordered. Signed d. H. B. Memphis Jan. 10. sunday operators Here refused to strike. Now Orleans is the Only City in thou South where Tho strike exists operators Bave gone hence and elsewhere to fill the strikers places. Washington january 15.1�?Tho original strikers hone hold of tits butt Beir places a Are partially filled. The strikers Aro praying for Wetweather. A it notwithstanding the published state meat of Tho Washington telegraphic 1 05. York league no report whatever regarding the Quot strike was sent hence last night by the associated press. On inquiry at the Western Union Telegraph office this mom ing it was a certain a that the office is prepared to receive and transmit All business offered. The Force now on Doty consists of thirteen operators besides a Ttye manager and an additional a tuner now Are on their Way. Hither., two of the Branch offices Here have been reopened and the same is expected of All the others in the course of several . A a a statement has been prepared by or. Tinker the manager and or. Whitney Tho cashier in reply to that of the Washington telegraphic league in which it is said among other things that All the old Force Are now on duty it the Richmond office and they last evening sent an Appeal to the a a strikers Quot Here. To Tollow their example and advices were received to Day that All the men in that District comprising the lines from Richmond a do the to Augusta via Wilmington and to Charleston via Greensboro and West to Lynchburg and Gordonsville a have returned to their work. The statement of messes. Tinker and Whitney concludes As follows a our facilities. Are hourly increasing hero and elsewhere and the company is confident of its ability to do All business a. Washington. -1 Washington Jan. 8.�?one Hundred and fifty thousand dollars have be made on the lease of the Bay of Samana. The president will Send the treaty to the Senate on monday paying a million and a half dollars for san Domingo to be annexed As a territory and not a. A state. Washington j an. 7. migration it Blacks from Virginia to the Cotton states which commenced in triblets has increased steadily and now appears to be attaining formidable proportions. It is. Estimated by some that Twenty thousand coloured my les migrated South daring the past year a. The French government wants to Compromise with Tho Post Martof general on the original proposition of the latter for a Pew postal treaty. Tho postmaster general refuses to Compromise on the terms offered. A a Washington Jan. 7.�?internal Revenue receipts Over $500,000. Quot it a i it t a there was a full Cabinet Quot meeting tor . A a a commissioner Delano has instructed Tho supervisors in the distilling districts throughout the count to change the Gua Gers in their districts once in every three or four months in order to have the Law properly enforced. A. The United states tug Mariai and four of her Crew were lost by a collision with the Mian Tonemah at. The a trance of Martha a Vineyard Commodore poor report 13j0oo Spanish troops at Havana on the 21st of december. Washington january 8.�?it instated that through the efforts of congressman boots of Arkansas arrangements have been concluded with new York capitalists whereby the work of taking Down the West Bank of the Mississippi to the Mouth of the St. Francis in Arkansas will be immediately commenced1 and vigorously prosecuted to completion. The plan is to build a Railroad the bed of which shall be a solid embankment and thus secure assistance by individual Enterprise with state Aid which May be grafted without waiting for or asking assistance from the National government. General serrell the noted chief Engineer of new York is to be Tho chief Engineer of Tjie hew Enterprise. A. A treaty for the annexation of Isan do Mingo to the United states was negotiated by president Baez and our commercial agent Perry at san Domingo. This treaty with the secret message of the president of the United states will be sent to the Senate on monday. Of the truth of this statement there is no doubt. The governing motive of the acquisition of san Domingo is its geographical position to this country As a Means of qatun4 defense As will As its general maritime advantages and hone As a preliminary Case Samana was effected and the Juris diction of the United states established Over that part of the territory of 8an Domingo. Several senators who Are cognizant of the particulars of the negotiation privately assert that san Domingo is of As much importance to the Unitan states As the Island of Cuba if not Quot Inore and that the acquisition of one will More easily Lead to the Possession of the other it May do that the president of to amp a United states in his message. Recon mending the ratification of to new treaty will thief in. Stato his reasons Lor the negotiation. It is a Erton that he has stated them to some of his most in Tomato political friends. 1 although the text of the treaty cannot now be publicly made known there �4 no Doub it contains tie following part a sit ions Viz a 1. The United states stipulates to pm a. Tho sum of $,500,000. I i a. This Money is to be devoted to1 the liquidation a of All Tho Obj Gaviotis of the Republic of san Domitz go including the redemption of its currency which is step resented As being of a comparatively Small amount. 1 3. In Case the obligation to be assumed by Tho United a states shall exceed the be. Fore mentioned sum 1,500,000ames of the Public lands of san Domingo Kre ply a cd u a Security for the it excess. Uti 4. The of All obligations Are to to entrusted to commissioners a Obj. To to appointed by a chef the contract no parties. A �"5. In consideration of the discharge of these obligations san Domingo cedes to the United stated All forts do fes custom Bouses and All other Public buildings arsenals etc., and Complete jurisdiction Overall its 1 6. San Domingo is to be a kneed or acquired As a territory. And not Asa state Ana to be subjected to the legislation of Congress in the same ak&n6r As the Terri tories of Tho United states. 7. The treaty is to be valid to All intent and purposes when it is ratified by the Senate of the United states and Tom amp med by Tho vote of a majority of seas of san Domingo. I the president will nominate William Strong of Pennsylvania As Justice Grieras successor. He will not withdraw hoards nomination. I the administration do not contemplate Atay action regarding Cuba. The executive circles have information to the effect that the Spanish regiments can March to Aby Point on the Island. ? internal Revenue receipts to Day nearly $500,000. F Washington january 10�?ho�se.�? Many Bills were introduced including one from or. Payne to reconstruct Viire inia. J petitions Wese introduced Man for recognizing Guba. The typographical Umon petitions Congress tor a postage Telegraph. A new York january 10.�?fiout Dull and drooping. Wheat Aull and a Shade lower. Corn Dull and declining. Park firmer�?mes8 $28a28 50., list re quiet barrels 164al7�, Cotton heavy at 250. Turpentine firm at 46c. Eosin firm at $218 tor strained. Freights Dull. Washington. Jan. 10.�?major general Charles p. Smith commanding 19th infantry succeeds mow amp a and general Ayres succeeds Smith in the command of the 19th infantry at Little Bock. General Reynolds jul assume command of the 20th in amp Tatry vice Mower still however retaining command of Texas. Bevenue $658,000. A there is a Bare quorum in the Puso. Blair a vote ordering a vote on the Infin question is considered important the Bill in question is Bingham a and admits Virginia without additional conditions. Nominations Thomas Beddle Consul go no ral at Havana George b. Reck collector second North Carolina District Holmes h. Emmons of Michigan judge v ice Withey who resigned. Washington january 10.�?Virginia and the general condition we re discussed in both jiou8e8. In the Senate messes. Stewart Tamer Sawyer and Fowler advocated admission Ima messes. Sum tier Wilson Howard and Powers suggested obstacles. Or. Warmer wanted to go into Alabama with amnesty in one band and the Halter in the other he would Pardon rebels hut hang murderers., or. Fowler would a substitute the Bible for. The Halter. Or. Fowler defended Tennessee against the alleged slanders of her congressional delegation and of or. Brown Tyr. In the House tie Bill admitting Virginia was discussed. Or. Bingham demanded Tho previous question and the demand was sustained. A reconsideration of the vote ordering the Infin question was1 moved vote 76 to 76. The speaker voted no. The main question Wasp but the morning hour arriving the matter went Over. A or. Sawyer is confirmed for the ninth judicial circuit /. The sait Domingo treaty was received by the Senate and referred to the commit tee on foreign relations. Caba. Havana Jan. 7. There Are several will armed bands of insurgents trom 2000 to 3000, moving in Cinco a ago and Cin-co4 Villas District. It is supposed their object is the destruction of the Cane Fields. There is much sickness at Neuvitas. Hava a Jan. 8.�?th� Prenza announces the killing of unarmed men in the Vicinity of manziello few Days since by the Insi agents. A san Francisco. San Francisco Jan. 7.�?talifomia, an earthquake at Bakersville Chere was on the 3ainst. A san Francisco january 10.�?derry beat Dion for a Diamond aug and one thousand dollars. Dion re add fourteen Hundred and ninety two Points. From new Orleans. New Orleans Jan. 10.-arrived, steamship Safronia from Hinburg. A Bill repealing the gambling Law passed the Senate and goes to the House. An affidavit has been made charging c. W. Cammal the Well known paying Teller of the citizens Bank with Trilling Jno. Nixon at the Bostan club on Satur Day night. 11. He Mellanio no. Norfolk Jan 8.�?it is blowing a Gale from the . New. York Jan. 8i�?arrived steamship Mariposa from naw Orleans. 80�othwe8t pa6sj, january 8�?12 m. A a arrived and sailed of Galveston ship Prince Patrick Gra Siam master from Liverpool. A it a. By Begallie. I it Aris Jan. i ministry pilose discussing in the i a Nate the papal rela. Tins on the 11th, the commercial question on the 13th, and this. A Brestic policy on pm 15ftijtal a. 1 Madrio,j4�urm-y.,�?~ Aff dicta tor shop is abandoned the a nutty refuse to withdraw to Bjk resignations unless id. Ministerial changes enter Are a a noon. Ourse opened firm 8.�?Bonds heavy a definite policy is Florence Jan in Javor of the left i Jondon 85j. A 1. A a a Paris Jan. 8. Berates 74. Frankfort j 911. -1 i., have Jon. 8.�?-Cotton opened quiet both on spot and a Fiat. A it Lmar Post Jan. 8.�?noon.�? Cotton quiet Eales to too by Lee. Red Western wheat 8s fld Winter 8s 9. Flour Sis 26d. A a Diz Spain january. 7. bark Princeton from Genoa for a new orly ans arrived Here in a leaking condition necessitating the did huge of her cargo for repking. A Paris. 7, emperor writes Tasman. Regretting the ministerial de. Mand for a removal. Madrid Jan. 7. political crisis shows no a to my if coming to an end. London Jan 7.�?a correspondent of the1 morning it Post says that anything drawing Oleif fifteen feet must be ought Eitor before passing through the Suez canal a a 1. .1. Munich Jan. 7. anti prussian party have1 a considerable majority in the bavarian Chambers. Paris. Jan. 7. minister of for sign amt Ira has a sued a circular to the it French diplomatic representatives for eign courts announcing the pm lick of France to be absolutely Pacific a London Jan. 8.�?a Story has been extensively published on the continent lately to the effect that president Grant will soon visit the sovereigns of Europe and that he will make the trans Atlantic voyage accompanied by a Fleet of Iron Clit Dpi William Douglas Lias issued a Challenge to the a world to race his yacht Sappho american to Sandy Hook on the 4tn of july next. Paris Jan. 8. memorial diploma Tique asserts that a Compromise Lias been arranged on the question of the infallibility of Tho Pope. Tho infallibility will be affirmed but dissent from Tho article will be indulged. The French ambassadors at London and Berlin have trial of the editors of the Rappel the irreconcilable newspaper for a violation of the Law relating to the Public press has been brought to in end. Charles Hub of and Felix Piatt the chief editors have Een sentenced to four months imprisonment and to pay a Fine of 100 francs each. The latter was also sentenced to in additional Lour months imprisonment and a Fine of 5000 francs for having distributed among Tho soldiers in Tho Barracks an article calculated to foment insurrection. The Primo minister Ollivier recently petitioned the emperor for. The Pardon of the miners who had been sentenced to various terms of imprisonment for participation in the riot at Auben. The emperor complied with the petition and to Day the prisoners were set at Liberty. London Jan.7�?noon�?u.s.Bonds, 5-20�?Ts of 1862, 87j 1865, 86 1867, 85f 10-40�?Ts, 84. Liverpool Jan. 7�?noon.�? Cotton Market quiet. Estimated sales 10,000 Bales. Uplands 114d. Orleans 12d. Liverpool Jan. 7�?afternoon�?Cotton Market rather More Active and the sales for the Day Are now estimated at 12.000 Bales. Sales of Cotton for Elje week 60,000 Bales for Export 9000 por speculation 8000 Bales. Receipts for the week 61,000 Bales of which 31,0�0 were american. A Stock on hand 352,000 Bales of which 91.000 Are american. Stock of Cotton of All classes afloat 270.000 Bales of which 186,000 Bales Are american. A a a a yams and fabrics at Manchester quiet. Red Winter wheat 8s 9da8s Lod. Flour 22s. Corn 28s 6d. Lard 71s. Bacon 60s 6d. Liverpool january 7 a Cotton closed quiet Ana steady. Uplands 114c Orleans l c. Sales to Day 12,000 Bales of which 3000 were for Export and speculation. Lard 70s. London january 7�?evening.�?consols 92-4, Bonds 86. Tallow Dull. Paris january 7.�?bourse opened quiet. Rentes 73f 90c. London january 8�?noon.�?consolb, 924 5-20s, of 1862, 86 5-8 65s 85 67s 85 1040a84i. Liverpool Jan. 8�?ev-epk.-Cotton closed quiet Uplands 114c, Orleans life sales to Day 10,000 Bales of. Which 2000 were for Export and speculation beef 103s Bacon 61s tallow 44s 6d. Paris january 10. report that the Pope will allow no discussion on the infallibility unless sure of favourable result is confirmed. Madrid january 10. crisis is oven Furiero president of the Cortes is minister of the Interior Topete is minister of Marine and Sagasti is minister of state. A London Jan. 10�?noon.�?consols 92$. Bonds firmer 87j. Paris Jan. 10.�?rentes 74f 70c. Havre Jan. 10.�?Cotton quiet on spot 137. Liverpool Jan. 10.�?Cotton steady Uplands 114c Orleans Lluc sales 10,000 Bales. Later Cotton quiet Uplands Lloja hid Orleans algal Ltd. Red Western wheat 8s. Bacon 60s. I Liverpool Jan. 10�?evening.�?Cotton quiet Uplands 134d Orleans 13al3d sales 10,000 Bales speculation and exports 2,000 Bales. Rosin 14d.a Earney. To Day sad found City Impson Dean a 1600 tons Orleans. The barrels of specials to the new Orleans limes. Cairo Jan. 8. Kellogg and six barges cleared for new Orleans at 5 p. M. She received Here 100,000 Staves 6900 sacks of Oats 4300 sacks of com 8360 barrels of flour 17 barrels a of pork 60 pierces and 10 kegs of lard 100 barrels of potatoes and apples 160 Bales of Hay 36 Hogsheads of tobacco 240 wagons and 10 tons of sundries. One thousand tons of additional freight was brought to her from St. Louis per Mohawk and the Kate Robinson arrive by dilapidated. She goes to for repairs. Five Leet to St. Louis. Tie Mississippi is full of ice and it is freezing hero. No More boats Are expected Fout until the weather changes. Yoairo Jan. 8. the cleared to night. She Recei Here 1300 being for new principal items were 551 hour 4000 sacks of Oats 4600 sacks of Corn 250. Barrels of whisky 50 boxes and 6 cwt. Of Bacon 25 pierces lard 200 Firkins butter 100 Rolls of leather 10 coops Poul try. The ice is increasing in the Mississippi. It is expected that it will close at 3 of clock to night. Thermometer 20. St. Louis Jan. 7.�?iceis running and the River is very Low. Navigation is practically suspended. Weather cold. Washington j an 7.�?admiral poor in a dispatch to the Navy department describing the cruise of the Monitor dictator from Tybe sound to a Florida Strait during heavy gales says a my experience is that monitors should not be sent to sea unless moderate breezes and ply As a it weather could be relied $ with the recent arrivals the Spanish troops at Havana foot up thirteen thousand six Hundred. No foreign men of War Are in port and there is nothing new in the political situation twelve million will to deducted to i Morrow from the Coin balance in the Treasury on account of the payment of the january interest. This reduces the balance to fifty nine millions exclusive of the Gold certificates which have accumulated in the Treasury to the amount of forty three millions. A two millions of currency was paid to the War department this month and two millions on other accounts reducing the currency balance to eight millions. Washington d. C., Jan. 8.�?it is in Desoto Dobat the Senate committee will report favourably on the nomination of general Sickles As minister to Spain the republicans Here. Claim to have advices a from Ohio favourable to the adoption of the fifteenth amendment. Washington Jan. 8. operator complain that the associated press will Forward no statements but those emanating from the Western Union Telegraph com Papy thus virtually shutting them off. From communications with the South. They say the strike still continues throughout the North East and West that the men Are As firm to Day As the first Day they struck and determined to fight it out to the end. Not one operator of the Western Union Telegraph in this City who was in the employ of the com Pany the Day of the strike has gone Back. The National labor Union has tendered two Hundred thousand dollars to support the Teleg Raphers. The labor Union throughout the country is making the Teleg Raphers cause their own. The typographical Union in this City held a meeting and tendered sympathy and financial Aid. A member of the league says when the California operators Are reinstated at the former salary the difficulty ends and All the strikers Are prepared to go to work at once. t Carlos. New Orleans ple Ayano specials new York Jan. 6.�?$4,500,000 government Sale of g Oldi was bid for today. Award was made at 20a20 35-100. Tho Market is Jan. 7.�?it appears from official correspondence that the Treasury department ordered the release of the cuban Privateer seized at Charleston on the ground of insufficient evidence. Whereupon secretly fish stepped in and ordered the Privateer to be held. The whole matter is now undergoing investigation and the probability a that the vessel will be a United states Railroad statistics. In the american Railroad journal of dec. 25, to find the following condensed statement in reference to the railroads now projected or in process of construction in the United states with other items in reference to now in operation in reviewing the history of our National development during the year now. Drawing to a close no one element of our material Progress is More noticeable than the rapid Extension of our Railroad system throughout All parts of Tho country at the beginning of 1869 there were 42,272 Njo lbs of re Uroz a in operation in the United states and at the present time there Are at least 50,000 Miles finished or in an advanced a stage of construction. In every state and territory we find the Peon pie busily engaged in the important work of laying the boundaries of future jail roads some of local and others of National importance. The number of these enterprises now under Way is not far from 3000. Each state in the. Union has on an average seven or eight separate railroads now in the course of construction Maine has 8, new Hampshire 4, Vermont 6, Massachusetts 5, Rhode Island 5, Connecticut 7, new York 11, new Jersey 7, Pennsylvania 32, Delaware 5, Maryland 7, West Virginia 1, the Chesapeake and Ohio and probably others Ohio 12, Indiana 12, Illinois 12, Michigan 13, Wisconsin 5, Minnesota 7, Iowa 13, Missouri 12, Nebraska 3,-Kansas 9, Arkansas 3, Texas 4, Louisiana 4, Mississippi 3, Alabama 6, and in the Southern Atlantic states at least Twenty great works Are reported in various stages of Progress some lately undertaken and others in a Forward state of completion. Many of these Road Are hundreds of Niles in length tapping richly Fertile and hitherto undeveloped a agricultural districts and drawing within the Busy Circle of the worlds activities and industries sections before inac Craible that at a Distant Day will add Many millions annually to the material wealth a of the nation. A very moderate estimate gives the aggregate length of the roads now in Progress it not less than 15,000 Miles the greatest part of which will be opened to business within the next two or thre Yearb. A a us died states cavalry a a assist a the Revenue officers in Virginia. In Texas they a a order it up and go it Boutwelle a funding Bill for a new loan at four and one half per cent is about to be pushed with a fair Prospect of Success. A banker who from the description vre suppose to be Jay Cooke says that it will not be taken. He states that the Loans of european govern ments commanding As High As 7 per cent., Are below Par in London. That the. English government enjoys so Jow of interest is by reason of a Large a moist of Trust funds which seek its securities and which Are not available for oar we May ask Why they Are not available now that the stability of our government and its debt paying habits Are established beyond Pliest Juns. Four thousand seven Hundred and thirty restaurants and cafes ten thousand waiters seven Hundred and fifty thousand daily visitors and aggregate annual receipt of one Hundred and Twenty million francs Are the figures representing a single phase of Paris life. A count Ostrowski who was president of the last polish parliament of 1831� died lately at Cracow mexican news. By the Rio Grande Sentinel we have intelligence that Cortina is again about to a pronounce a and that troops have been set to crush him. Quot a Agold mine has been discovered recently in the state of Chihun Hua. The precious a Metal is so abundant Thal the discoverers have asked the government for a of a ice of fifty men and have promised to pay them. A they want them As a guard. V 1 a Tho Osbert ador of Matamoros defends a or. Seward against the charge of haying gone to Mexico to see about eight millions of mexican Bonds he Hay Ilso against other imputations of the Pressor that country. A Tho Northern papera publish a Mun a Chauser about the formation of society with a capital of Twenty millions specie for the purpose of forcing repudiation. They proposed and had been for four years printing backs for original plates bought from employees1 of the Treasury after Deba Ching Tho currency with these spurious notes they propose to buy All the Gold create a financial panic and Force repudiation. A a buy 1 a nog a lung. As there is probably no state in the -1 Union where hogs can to raised a More cheaply and More profitably than in Texas we believe that if or Pianto re i id Farmers would but give More of. Their at Tention to this important,.branch of pro. Diction both in regard to the qualities of the Stock and the management of the Ani mais themselves that Large quantities of a a Superior Bacon could by a a port Doir at a. Least the new Nesity for its. Importation ,. Could a be avoided. A below have give a state. Fis ment which shows what Benefit Mifty be a derived from a Jed Ipiotis selection of Stock. A a i give the weights of a few lot of hogs to the number of �37 head raised within i two Miles of Monroe bugler county. Ohio. Average Gross we ight per had 540 los Quot and a Choice Iffat aver these hogs Are 22 months Oid the jstoile1. Big China and poll id average Al weight of each lot head 40____ 516 20 501 48 513 80 i. 574 16493 a i763. Anito show this Stock will fatten at any it age i give the average weight of two lots fattened at 11 months old. I 30&Quot . Lbs. 380�?T r-30 head. .-.ilbs. 384 1�i Trivo you the separate weight of ten a Choice hogs 832 lbs 676 lbs 754 1bs, a 830 lbs 745 lbs 936 lbs 700 lbs 723 lbs it 715lbs,723lbs a Agustin Mccreary. A head i a a lbs i 42 i 5i7�?~, a a 45j. 536 1 60. .1 a. 49o4.a� document against a next ton of St. Fib Mango. A. Document intended for extensive cd cd action in san Domingo has just been printed in this City. It reads As followed a people of san Domingo the men who profess to have been fighting ror your real h Freedom Are Selling you into slavery they -1 have taken your wealth your children 1 and friends under the pretext that you a should have in return enlarged liberties1 and a Pate rom government and you were willing to a amp ice All for what you loved. Best on Earth your Mother county. You were willing to forego every Ting , for Freedom for self government but what Are you to get instead a a you Are to get Liberty to Servo the strange you Are Tobe free to become slaves. The Bay of a 1 Mana has been leased by Baez to the gov Ein ment of the United states for one a a Hundred and fifty thousand dollars a ear. A it has it a ready been formally taken pos a session. Of by that nation and their Flag has been unfurled upon san Domingo a a soil thus basely bartered away for Lucre. This loosing of the property of the people a is Only the first step made by to rotors. Selling our country in it entirety to America a government that is now eagerly grasping Attar All the territory it can acquire.? when the time arrives that sees san a Domingo annexed to the United states you will find yourselves the same 1 ask no a worse than a Coli queued people. It a your conscience will be measured by a a of fiary a aws Yoiiro Righta will to presided u Oyer by men who .refuse.remnatrucpn,to Many of the Soi Ithem states .with.,., which the a were at woj and which a they Subj Gate a. Will a they treat strangers Bette 1 than their own flesh and blood already americ Fine etry being brought \ Quot a into the Island to supplant our native a Bor. A. Samana will be a Colony of foreigners on a an doming0 soil. Ana yet in dept and ent if its Laws. I would awaken you,1 a a a Ife Jaqw count sypian to your True position u the government of Baez it i evident is. Beti amp Yin you on All sides j j pet lenses Are but to Blind you their pro tended empathy and desire for your natural a Elfise is hypocrisy. A. They Are tray big Yoa Fri a Hiss. You ask then what Zenall you do under the Circum finances. A there Are those who Are quietly preparing to teach Belv. Be ready when the Darr of Freedom is proclaimed 1�5�?TMay to a Long and bloody smuggle costing Many lives it May be accomplished like a lighting Flash requiring the a amp Cri Rifice of Only one. During an excavation made in Pompeii a fortnight ago a the objects turned up dred and eighty two Silver Conns three Silver rings and sixty Ven pieces of Bronze money.,. Morris ct., owes no one and has $3 84 in the Treasury. The contest for the of Fiji of treasurer of that town is not brisk i
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