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Galveston Flakes Semi Weekly Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 3, 1867, Galveston, Texas O Semi week l y k Kwh Ltd Roxo. A Galveston. Quot wednesday morning july 3, 1867 no. 24. Telegraphic. M us Gold associated vices new Yoke june �7.�?Money continue Icib demand four live and six on cull change Dull 110 to Lloja prime Bankers closed quiet at 138.a Haut Foi a conn., june 27.�?the presidential party left at 9 of clock this morning under an escort of District Columbia Knight templars with the Marine band. Previous to his departure the president was presented with a magnificent bouquet by a lady accompanied by a card bearing the words a a to his excellency Andrew Johnson defender of the of the Way to new Haven the president was saluted by cheers and waving of huts at the stations. Colonel j. S. Babcock who accompanied the party to Boston and Alderman John b. Robertson Dud d. A. Forrest and councilman George Hoadley representing the municipal authorities were in a special car. Governor English also accompanied the party. A second dispatch. New Haven june 27�?10 a. the president was received at the Railroad station with cheers by Large crowds. The mayor privately welcomed him. The party were conveyed in coaches to the City Hull under escort of the District of Columbia Knight templars and a Large military Force of cavalry and a Salute was Quot tired in Honor of the president. Bells were rung. Profuse display of National hags on the route of the procession. The Purv arrived at the City Hall at 11 o clock on which they were conducted to the reception room which was filled wit i spectators including the president and faculty of the College. Governor English addressing the mayor said he had the Honor As Well As the distinguished pleasure of welcoming the president As the gut of Connecticut. His gratification was enhanced by now introducing him to the mayor of new Haven. The mayor extended to the president a cordial Welcome which he said was due not Only to Bis official station but for bin practical efforts to preserve the patriotic status of the government of our forefathers. Thirty six years ago the people Here welcomed a Idrew Jackt on they have now Tho pleasure of Wel coming Andrew Johnson. The Layor alter other words of compliment a Siress de a Hope that the administration Woi ild be a Success and the Day was no Distant when malice hatred and revenge it a could pass Awny and that they would All be permitted through Well directed efforts and overruling Providence to witness the Complete and Happy rest ration of the american Union. The president returned thanks for this Man i ice Taiin of respect not Only to him As a citizen but As chief magistrate of the country. He should Ever remember it. In reply to what the Mavor said concerning him he remarked we Are i i Jive tried to be president of the whole United states not of a particular k Calitr. There were two kinds of Cour be physical which enables a Man to Mitt be enemy i i the Battle Field and uhf Othir moral which gives i Naii strength to Tutund in the councils of the nation and there tace Hose who May Endeavor to overthrow or it Ierta. In the midst of All this i had but one Anchor irom which i never permitted my to Elf to be Cut Loose conscientious conviction was my courage the Public Good my aim and the Constitution my guide in Lurther real v he said the storm bad passed the skies becoming brighter then Why could not All unite in one common Effort to Rester peace and Concord to the country. The president was frequently interrupted by cheers and three cheers were then Given for the Cabinet. New Haven june 27.�?in the afternoon the president in company with governor English and in presence of vast crowds of people irom All parts of Connecticut reviewed the state troops on the Green subsequently the military took up the line of Murch and escorted the j presidential party through the principal streets of the City. At live of clock a a dinner was Given in Honor of the president by governor English the new Haven hotel. arrangements preclude of the presidents accepting the invitation of the Philadelphia committee to Pur take of the Hospital ties of that City. After dinner the whole party visited Yale a College where they were received by presi a Dent Woolsey and or. Johnson and Secretary Seward were introduced to the students by whom they were loudly a leered. Secretary Quot it Ward and postmaster general Caudall made Quot Brief speeches of a parental and practical character. Tho students then divided into two lines through which Tho president and Secretary Seward passed and received a cordial shaking of hands Frt a Tho entire Asir a Bly. The party then returned to the hotel attended by the president and professors of the institution. Everybody is delighted with the Hund Somo manner in which Hospital ties were dispensed. Rhiw Yoni june 28.---Stock excited Gold 138 Sterling unchanged Money six per cent �?Tg2 coupons 110j@n0i. Flour Dull. Cotton quiet at 2g@2ga. New Oul Eink june 28.�?Cotton, Galea 2000 Bales receipts of the week 2208 Bales to Gaius 2395 exports for a Tho week 19112 Dock on hand g0083 Lew middling 24c. Louisiana sugar no Caleb no molasses in Market Cuba unchanged Stock Large. Flour unchanged quiet and firm. Corn upward mixed and yellow $1 10, 11, $1 15, White so a �0 �>12t>. Of Tab 80c. Pork a Ery Dull. Bacon shoulders retailing io47 rih 12 Clear 13 Ltd 134. Lard Dull. Gold 138. Sterling 14� i. New York sight. Premium it Lihty pm june 28.�? i be presidential Pirty took the 8 10 train southward. , june 28.�?the president passed South on the noon train and halted two minutes. There were neither speeches i nor demonstrations. A a Rumor is current that Sheridan Willie relieved by Liot seau in consequence of which the times conies out with an Eulogi Stic biography of the latter. New York june 28.�?Cotton firmer sales. -1000 Bales at woj. Gold 138. Washington Juno 2b.-�?Tho i feel Juarez Leit for Home via new Orleans. In w Youn june 28. A the Steamer Union from Enro Jie on the 18th, reported th6 Yello a Over at Lauritus. Two Hundred deaths daily. 10,000 had died. The memorial diploma Tique says Carlotta hearing of Maximilian s capture and danger appeared to suddenly recover a her clearness a of intellect and said the in capable of so odious a crime As to raise a murderous hand against a Princo who devoted himself with so much self denial to the regeneration of the country. The Czar left a trillion for the Paris poor. He spent two Hundred thousand pounds in Paris the Czar wich spent forty thousand pounds. Grigowski says he meditated the assassination from his infancy. Washington june 28.�?the following information at the greek legation from official advices was received to Day the utmost enthusiasm prevails at Athens on behalf of the cretans. The City Council of try vol i in Morea named a Public Square in Honor of Dama tra consuls a native of the town and the heroic commander of a Convent in Candia a which was blown lip by its own Garrison who preferred death to Ign omy. The greek parliament passed a Law leasing the drainage of lakes and marshes to greek and foreign companies. The work when completed will add millions to the wealth to Greece. A Savannah june 28.�?hon. H. S. Pitch u. S. Attorney in answer to letters addressed to him expresses the opinion that Pardon granted by the president blots out All disfranchisement and reinstates the individual in All his previous rights which he deprived of. I a person thus pardoned is refused registration let him enter his protest for the consideration of the commanding general. The attorney closes a a next to a usurpation of Power there is no higher Grade in political crime than a timid abandonment of a Baltimore june 28.�?the president arrived Here and was received by governor Swann and an immense crowd. The president spoke briefly. In the course of his remarks he said a it is easy to apply the word traitor to me As some have done but i defy any Man to put his Finger on any great Prin Siple of the Constitution or of Liberty that i have june 29�?light, variable breezes with Over a amp ii sky and rain. A new York june 29.�?flour 15�25c. Lower on common. Wheat Dull and strongly inclined downward. Corn n Shade easier. Pork easier at s21 0d@21 12. Lard whisky steady. Cotton quiet at 2cjc. Freights quiet. Gold 138, _ Sterling time 10 sight 10i@ 10�. Washington june 29.�?the judiciary committee examined Anna Surratt and have summoned Horace Greeley to testify regarding the bailing of or. Davis. The president arrives to night. Annapolis june 29.�?the president was introduced to the convention to Day. He spoke at some length. He visits the naval school this afternoon and then goes Home. New Orleans june 29.�?an austrian Sloop of War arrived at the Southwest pass this morning and landed telegraphic dispatches for the austrian government. Her National Ensign was draped in deep mourning to is and ret Cauce of her officers is significant they however report the City of Mexico captured by liberals on the 20th instant. Particulars Hud tit reached Vera Cruz up to the time of sailing. A the mexican Schooner Atlas also arrived at Tho Mouth of the Mississippi this morning. She had on Board Twenty four exiled imperialists and mexicans who have been peremptorily banished uniting them several military Oglere. They report Santa Anna transferred to the american Steamer Virginia at Vera Cruz and conveyed to sisal. On arriving the mexican gunboat demanded the person of Sauta Anna which being refused the mexicans threatened to lire upon the Virginia. The Captain told them they could take him by Force As he was unarmed and then spread Tho american Ensign on the Gangway. The mexicans trod on the Flag seized Santa Anna and thrust him into the boat took him to Cam pen by and confined him of prisoner of War. In peachy is in the hands of the liberals who Are shooting hanging and expelling Imperial sympathizers. Petersburg june 29.�?registration in this City foots up thus far 831 Whites 1827 Blacks. Fie4mii Mexico. Eur Isope an. M news London june28�?noon.�?bullion increased ¿Mo-15.Liverpool june 28�?noon.�?Cotton quiet and steady sales 10,500 Bales sales for the Bales including 17,u00 to speculators and exporters Stask on hand to-4,600, w Hereof 390,500 Aro Anre rican. London june 27.�?cbnsols 94. Bonds 73. Live my ool june �7.�?Cotton firm unchanged. Rather More doing Uplands 11 Orleans l la a sales 125 Bales. Bread stuff s find provisions generally june 28.-�?the Pope has issued an allocution in which he praises the Zeal of the Bishops in coming to Rome. Bishop Spaulding s health is much improved. London june 28.�? constantinople advices confirm the defeat of the Christianb in Crete by Omar Pasha. Japan intelligence states that Jeddo and three other ports will be opened to Commerce by january. London Jnno-28�?2r. declined one room june 28�?2 p. , Stock forty thousand Bales below estimates Market unchanged. Quot Paris june 28.�?the following Are among the exposition awards Louis Frazer of Concordia Parish Victor Meyer of Concordia Yarish la. Cotton g. L. Laur a ence of Louisiana sugar Mission Woolen Mills Sau Francisco blankets and flannels Grafton amp co., oui Siauau Cotton a. Despite a amp co., new Orleans tobacco j. M. Humphreys Louisiana Cotton t. C. Williams Richmond j. C. Gor Roseine Perique tobacco j. W. Carrol amp co., Lynchburg tobacco s. Fou Niers new Orleans regulating Tell tale clocks. London june 28�?evening. A Consols closed at old for Money. Bonds 73. Live tool june 28�?evening.�?the.Cotton Market closed without any change a lauds lid. Middling Orleans Laid. Sales 12,000 Bales advices from Manchester Are favourable a Tho Market for goods and yarns showed a better feeling. , Quot Jubo 28�? evening. A Bonds closed at 771-London, june 29�?noon.�?the Crew of the Sacramento escaped in Small boats. Consols 94 i Bonds 72.j. A liven Rool june 29.�?Cotton quiet and in changed. By the arrival of the Steamer st. Mary we have Brownsville dates to the 29th�?being last saturday. A the Empe Bob executed. From the Liau Cicro june s8. Major general Reynolds commanding this sub District yesterday received a communication from general Berriozabal commanding it Matamoros. General Berriozabal informs general Reynolds that he has Juit received official dispatches from president Juarez and his minister of War stating that the Archduke Maximilian and generals Mejia and Miramon were shot on the 19th inst. Also that Marquez unconditionally surrendered the City of Mexico on the 21st inst., that it was immediately occupied by Porfirio Diaz and a portion of his troops. On thursday june 27, on the reception by general Berriozabal of the official information from Juarez and Liis minister of War of the execution of Maximilian Mejia and Miramon he ordered All the Bells in the City rang for Joy. Rockets were also burned and Cannon fired by Way of rejoicing and Jubi lating Over the works of the Reiga of blood. A Montgomery letter of the 20tlr5ays a Conducta of 8350,000 arrived hero yesterday from san Louis and will leave to Morrow or Day after. One Hundred thousand of which is the spoils of the infuriated Escobedoe the pickings of Queretaro. Part of the service plate of Maximilian has arrived and is shown through the streets As the trophies of that disgraceful and infamous affair at Queretaro. Maximilian was naked and i have seen letters stating that Escobedo showed his magnanimity by giving him one of his shirts. Such is god and Liberty. The trial of the Abibon eds. Translated from the Queretaro sombre de Arteaga anxiety is great All Are asking what is to become of the prisoners and particularly is this the Case in Distant states where communication is slow. A the press of Queretaro observes a singular silence in regard to what they Are doing with the imperialists. We can satisfy this desire on the part of the Public and will give our readers what has transpired Day by Day. Immediately upon the capture of Maximilian and his generals the commander in chief consulted the general government in regard to what Steps should be taken. A existing Laws required that the prisoners should be shot immediately upon their identification. But general Escobedo determined in the present Case not to execute such. A violent Law without direct authority from the government Tibia he determined to do in the face of the Law of january 25, 18g5. The government appointed an attorney neral to prosecute the suit. This was done according to precedent and existing Law. The following persons appeared tor the defence for . Jesus m. Vasquez Esq. For Mejia prot Aero c. Vegas Esq. For Miramon Ambrosio Moreno Esq. All of these attorneys belong to the Liberal Side. They also gave Maximilian ample time to secure the services of other lawyers from the capital and the following named have already arrived and joined the first. These lawyers Are messes. Eulalio Ortega Martinez de la Torre and Rivas Palacios father of the Republican general. Nothing has proceeded precipitately on the contrary general Escobedo always firm and energetic but full of those senti Lents which always accompany the Valliant has conceded to the prisoners All they have wished without transgressing his authority or the Law. The general in chief has Given to the defense not Only Twenty four hours to All but Twenty four hours to each and every one of the accused a id. Later the government has Giyen Twenty four hours More to All. And the petition of Mariano r. Palacio will take up three Days More. But in the main Points the commanding general has not conceded an Jota. At first the defendants questioned the jurisdiction of the court and asked that the Case he discussed. The general ruled the question Down and the trial proceeded according to Law and precedent. The calmness this composure that equity with which the prosecution proceeds is the Complete continuation of what we have said in our editorial of to Day a Complete refutation of the bloody epithet with which they wish to slander republicans. Nov the Days Lor the Defenso have terminated and the debates have commenced. Details of new from a the courier by the am Arof the stage of the general line we received Queretaro dates of the 17th, san Luis the 17th and Monterey the 23rd, on. The 24th inst., the trial of Maximilian Majia and Miramon was ended. They were unanimously condemned to death the execution to take place on the 16th at 5 of clock p. M. At 2j p. H. Of the la the orders from Juarez were received to on spend the execution for three Days. They t7ere to be executed on wednesday the 19th inet., at it o clock a. M. The colonels of the Empire have been a sentenced to six years lieutenant colonel to five years and other minor officers to two years. Castillo and Strier brigadier generals will be tried by court martial by order of the supreme government. Colonels Mariano Monterde Mariano Reyes and Juan Othon Are also to be tried by court martial. The supreme government has also ordered the trial by court martial of All known leaders of bunds of thieves such As Redonet Almanza Jesus a Tnie Rispinto ac., known As lieutenant colonels 9f the Empire. A a a Manuel Aguirre and Manuel Domingues the first named Aux minister of Maximilian the second late prefect of Queretaro will also be tried separately As traitors to the government. Among the papers of Maximilian found at Queretaro after that City Vas in Possession of the liberals waa found his will made in Case of death appointing Teodosio Lares Jose Maria Lacunza and general Marques regents of the Empire. Over three Hundred subaltern officers prisoners of Queretaro were set at they Are to remain under the surveillance of the authorities of their respective localities Noii Veea Cruz. A general Benavides telegraphed to Tho Gen Srajt in chief on the 5th inst that Santa Anna had been repulsed by the rebels at Vera Cruz and that he would return on the same Steamer. A meeting being called in was resolved that Santa Anna would not be permitted to enter the City. He was permitted on account of his health to stay in the c�9tlo until the Steamer sailed. Another Telegram to a general Diaz says that he embarked on the 6th, and that the Steamer would sail on the 8th. Santa Anna it was said was a fugitive from Justice from new York having forfeited a Bond of 30,000 dollars to appear before a tribunal. He intended to reside at sisal. The Island of Carmen was captured by the Republican forces together with an Imperial Heet on the 23d instant. On the 11th inst., the authorities of Linares discovered a plot in which several persons under the Lead of Larumbe were to pronounce in favor of the supreme government. The shot one of the parties himself and ordered two More to be shot. Tho authorities of Linares Are supporting the rebels of Victoria who Are under the command of Gomez. A from Tampico. We learn that Francisco de Leon one of the 13 governors of Tamaulipas was appointed governor of the Central District of tix Mau Lipas by the supreme government. The authorities of soil la Mirina Havo resolved to recognize no other government than Juarez. Attack on the stage. Damaciovs stage left Monterey on the evening of sunday the 23d, at 5 of clock. Among the passengers were or. H. Brau Schweiger and or. Frank Pierce of this City and or. L. Grandler of Matamoros. It also carried 11,000 in specie. At about 7�-o clock and when about one league of cad Reyta it was attacked by robbers who about Twenty seven in number surrounded the stage. Previous to doing so they fired a Volley from each Side Lumny of the balls passing through the stage and one of the horses being filled. Otherwise no damage was done. The passengers were ordered to dismount and were immediately examined to see if they had arms in their Possession. Or. Braun sch Weigers pistol had been left in the stage he a was called Quot on to get it which he did and handed it to the chief of the robbers. The passengers were the Cha Par ral and tied. One Man was left to guard them while the others returned to Tho stage and extracted the Money. The Man left on guard after waiting about fifteen minutes threatened to shoot any Man who stirred and then slunk away into the Bushes after waiting for a Short time till the coast was Clear Quot or. Brau Schweiger who had been loosely tied managed to free himself and then released the others. On their return to the stage nothing had been disturbed save the Money which had disappeared. The Drivers were dispatched in both directions one toward san Jose ranch behind them and the other toward Ca Daryta. In a Short time a party from the former place were in Pursuit of the robbers. The stage continued on to Cadarett there until the following evening and then again started for Matamoros where it arrived yesterday noon without further adventure. The of til 3 cite of Mexico. From the Ranchero by the official statements it seems that by some Holt or Crook Don tavern succeeded in the command of the a Imperial army of the City of Mexico. Hostilities were suspended and a conference was had by him with Porfirio Diaz commander of the investing liberals. Tavera proposed to surrender the City for guarantees for the lives and property of those serving under him. Porfirio Diaz sent telegrams to Juarez at Queretaro leaving the question at his determination. The answer was prompt and to the effect that no surrender would be received except at discretion. This he had a perfect right to demand and enforce if he had the Power. Failing in getting guarantees for the lives of his men Tavera surrendered at discretion june 21st, 18g7-the surrender being made per to Diaz again telegraphed Juarez asking what disposition could be made of the prisoners. The answer came and is in Thi i language a the native prisoners you will Transfer to your own command or put them at Liberty according to the circumstances in which a Yoti find them. Tho foreign prisoners you will tot tin for the further disposition of the Canales. This chief still hangs out for Ortega Tho Ranchero Canales who was at Victoria and recognizes Only Tho authority of Ortega has sent troops under command of ool. Vergas to apprehend the newly appointed governor and bring him to Bis own quarters a prisoner. Governor de Leon has fled and is a fugitive Home where Baloug the coast with about fifty men without Aims. Canales is now at Encinal eighteen leagues from san Fernando. A get a. . Special to the n. 0. Times. J a Washington june 27, it g7.�?Tho letter of general Sheridan to general Grant regarding the Extension of etc., is still the All absorbing topic of conversation. There has been nothing for years that has created such a pro it find . General Sheridan is greatly censured fir that very rash and insubordinate letter. It is asserted and generally believed that we u president returns to the capital i will be to Morrow evening general stipend m will be ordered to another command Ami brigadier general Rousseau of the regular Avuis will be assigned to tie command it the Fath military District now held by general Slie Ridou. Washington june 28, 18g7. A editor of tie vew Oil cans times there is no truth in tie Leport to to generally circulated that Sli Mlan will be removed and .1 by brigadier general Rousseau. A the president Rev it it a for one moment enter a Efelis jeep a spat migs. Trained this i it general i Sigerid Iti his duty As interim nud some old .�.? Day ii. The president i i Lieving . Ltd will by directed to perform i d by the , �?�5 it be revoked in a few . In opposed to re in Liis it authentic. How does i by a Quot my Bi-c-mir.,i lauded a state to c Field. From Washington Washington june 29.�?internal Revenue receipts to Day $1,008,000. Total receipts for the fiscal year ending to Day $285,853,000. National Bank circulation $298,000,000.�? securities held for notes and deposits $379,-000,000. The judiciary committee had a Brief session to Day but did nothing. The evidence of Weichman was continued to Day. He made Many corrections Reg Diug dates Given before the military commission but nothing new developed. The judiciary committee have summoned sex attorney general Speed. A fort three Page pamphlet addressed to Secretary occult Coli signed Cutler Frisbie ii id Smith Jacobs and Gorlinski devoted to the recent defence of collector Kellogg has just been issued. The president returned this evening. The City is full of rumours. Until Congress meets and the factions gel into caucus speculations Are useless. The members who Havo arrived Are wide apart in their views. Party management will be difficult. Those Best. Advised predict a Stormy and prolonged session cholera Memphis june 29.�?several cases of sporadic cholera have been reported. Keg Stratton. Aug Sta june 29.-�?the number registered in this City for the week ending to Day is 2414�?Whites 930, Blacks. 1476. The trial of the la Loters ii Gisley. Richmond june 29.�?the trial of the 9th of May rioters will commence before judge Meredith on monday. The majority of Blacks registered to Day was thirty seven. Registration Moffitte june 29.�?registration in four a wards of this City stands Whites 995 blacks1014. Jiw York Mamet. Nov Yolk june 29.�?Money easy 4@g per cent1. Gold quiet at 138i governments steady. Stocks firmer and higher. The express says the Bank statement of monday will be very favourable. It will show a decrease of Loans $1,000,000 of specie $1,-500,000 increase of deposits $7,000,000 of Legal tender s7,000,000. By Tuc Callic. Rome Juno 29.�?More arrivals of persons to witness the ceremonies in Honor of the canonization of the martyrs Are reported. Four. Hundred and fifty Bishops and thirty thousand clergy Are in the City including five american archbishops one from st. Louis one from new Orleans Ono from Baltimore one from Cincinnati and one from Philadelphia also Twenty two american Bishops. Quot when the Pope received the american clergy they presented to him $200,000 in Gold. The Model of the yacht Henrietta in Silver Laden with the Gold Coin was presented by archbishop. Wood. The Pope lifting Tho its Case said smiling a not All steam a alluding to the Golden cargo. To Tho clergy he said to had Only pleasant things to say of the americans and complimented them upon the Progress of the Church in America. He also spoke in the highest terms of general King and of his father professor King who now lies at the Point of death. Archbishops Spalding and Purcell Are on the committee to prepare a reply to the Popes allocution. The Council will probably meet in november. Archbishop Purcell will occupy the Post of Honor on the right of the Pope at the ceremonies on saturday. Every attention has been shown americans. New York june 29.�?the steamship City of Baltimore has arrived front Liverpool. At a meeting Oft he creditors of messes. Frazer Trenholm amp co., a statement was presen. Ted showing that their liabilities amount to �1,280,000 unsecured �511,000. Estimated assets �582,000. Florence june 29.�?it is said that general Cialdini has resigned his commission in consequence of the suppression of his chief military command. Rome june 29. A Public consistory was held to Day and was attended by some four Hundred Bishops from All parts of the world. The Pope in his allocution praised Tho Zeal they had exhibited in coming to Rome and their attachment to the see. He said that Tho example of the Union of the Church to celebrate the canonization of the martyrs and the a eighteenth Centennial martyrdom of st. Peter would show its enemies the immense Power of the Church. The Pope also confirmed con. Damnation of error of october 29, 1865, and expressed a desire to Convene at an Early Day Council to repair Tho evils which oppress the Church. Tho allocution was closed by the Bestowal of it Benediction upon the i an Ohio editor tells of a Man having a piece of Iron three meet Long embedded in his head. Largo capacity that individual has. A gang of Scap fishermen at Newport r. I., just through with their seasons work have taken $18,500 Worth of ush one Days fares realizing $3,000. A i wonder How they make Lucifer matches a said mrs Caudle. A the process is very simple said or. Caudle. A a i once made one,-�?T1 a How did you manage it a she asked. A by leading you to Tho altar a replied Caudle Burthen to All know Caudle was a a writer in an English journal says that nothing so much tends to give presence of mind As the being concerned in a few rail Way accidents. The first time he is As it were knocked stupid the second time he begins to reason but the third time to decidedly objects and the first Chance he has he is out of the train and doing Luis to assist his fellow passengers. Tho Iowa democratic state convention a to be held at Des Moines june 26. The Call says a believing that the integrity of the Union and the perpetuity of free institutions depend on the distinctive measures maintained by the democratic party we invite All who coincide with us in sentiment up on the issues before Tho country to participate in our primary cd actions for the selection of delegates. The executive committee of the amerind free Trade league of new York have appointed a committee to Confer with the Industrial leagues committee with reference to the nub. Location at Tho joint expense of the two leagues of a journal which shall set Forth bout free Trade end Tariff arguments and facts. J
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