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Galveston Flakes Semi Weekly Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 6, 1867, Galveston, Texas May vyv Ltd it my Seim we a Kulik i by Foj a a a Ste of a v7 Viz of o la Fly Ixo . Saturday morning july 6, 1867. No. 25telegraphic. A a a i less new Yoke july 2.�?money easy at 5, 0, 6j and 7 per cent. For prime discounts. The sub treasurer paid to Day $3,255,000gold As interest on the Public debt. Sterling Dull. Stocks closed steady and firm with an upward course a nil offered taken prices Puzzle the streets. Treasury receipts $5,253,00.0 payments �5,-4u3.000. Washington july 2.�?about thirty members of Congress have arrived. A quorum at noon wednesday is not yet regarded absolutely a a Tain. A diplomatic circles Are intensely excited Over Maximilian s execution. It is universally denounced. A a Washington july 2.�? the following occurs in or. Mcmullens evidence upon leaving the of Ireland. Suratt cubed me behind a he we incl Louse and remarked. That he saw Laud at last Aud Puttie Quot. His hand a upon the pistol in his , he said he hop. To 5. to a see the Day when he i a turn and serve Andrew Johnson As Abraham Lim Ohi been served lie said also that a English. Quot nicer attempted to latest him a would a Hoot him. 1 told him if he did that he would meet with Little Joel cd in England. Lie replied that he knew that but he would do it nevertheless for he would sooner be lung by an English jury than by a Yankee a a lie Aud it he went to the United states again h knew he would be swung. New of leans july 2.�?Cotton Dull sales 70u tales Low middling 23j ,24c. Receipts a or three Days 1,032 Bales against 1,455 a sports -1,1 t j Bales. Louisiana sugar yellow Dunne 15j Cuba no quotations. 1�?TLour, Light Supply superfine $10 50- extra �11. Corn Stock Light mixed and yellow $1 7q, 1 10 White is 20@s1 25. Oats scarce at soc. Park firmer at $23 25@23 50. Bacon shoulders 10. Lard quoted by the Tierce at 124 r 12 Kef Luj. Gold 138. Sterling4ll v7>ci2j. New Quot York sight in. Premium. Washington july 2.�?the president has never been officially notified of or seen Sheridan a letter to Grant. The Cabinet session to Day is represented As somewhat Storry. Stanton supporting his views vigorously. The affairs in Sheridan a District it is said monopolized the session. Tonight s train improves the a quorum. Colfax expresses himself confident of a quorum. New Yoke july 2.�?gold closed at 138j. Niv York july 2.�?flour l0 ,15c. Lower. Wheat nominally lower. Corn quiet pork a pm at 21 <v23. Lard Dull. Cotton Dull middling. 20jc. Turpentine declining sales l barrels at 58c. Eliosin Dull at s3 10,3 5o it common strained. Freights quiet. Stock s excited and very Active. Gold 13$. Us rms s-10. 02 coupons. 10, 10,. St a you in july 2.�?flour declining st site $7 Southern ��9 35. Wheat declining. U Quivis mixed Western is 05 i Al 10. Is pork $21 31. Lard i Eavy,11 �<�,12�?T< a a Why firm. Cotton quiet sales 1300 Bales it 2�?~. -j/2t�i. Groceries quiet. Naval stores by. A freights steady Cotton by steam 6<. I a it. Lioudis unchanged. N. V you. July 3.�? private intelligence Felt s i coh Zuibi i 10th inst., says Mosquera was eur fir. .1 at . Together with his Priboi a ,.u ers in command. Arrive 1, it ipid. Botn new. Orleans Erin i r Liverpool m Avo Castle loom Llavina. Lii it june 5.�?the paraguayan at d to Quot Allied Camp on the Parana and v.-. R repulsed with great loss. Brazil has or a Ler a 5000 from the United c<�?�t.�->5icia, june 0�?v.�?Thile mosaucra.return-. I a to his residence alter dining with Acosta his own guard captured him. Acosta Lead the movement and assumes the governorship a president is elected. Ilav,.na sugar Market very Active 8jc. Realized for dutch Standard no. 12. Vets eng Tov july 2.�?the publication f or. To Neley a evidence creates comment. Sort Greel it v was asked if he would a a to boo his evidence. A copy was furnished him which he innocently published the following Are the answers to or. Eldridge a Democrat questions 1 -stion.�?at whose suggestion or solicitation did you become bail for Jefferson Davis v . George Spears. To was a very old and intimate acquaintance and Friend of mine. had no communication with any government officer soliciting you to become bail for Jefferson Davis ? sir nor any intimation that it would be desirable. had no communication on Tho subject with the president or any of his Olli Cerv , sir. A you after you Camo Bare or after you went to Ilich mond solicited by any officer of the government to go bail for Jefferson Davison , sir. or. Shea present at Tho time you Bond ? . Richmond ? , sir. you had any communication with Jefferson Davis about going bail for him. A no sir i had never had any cot Mupi cation by letter or word i did not know him until i saw him in court. any Ono after it waa known that you proposed to go Quot bail for or. Davis apply to you not to do or so write to you about it. Vve ii tier there wa3 a hubbub about it at the time. I was Here and senator Wade and senator Chandler talked with me about it. 1 think Sinator ores Well of Maryland was also present. Do not recollect any other person. A. A what ground did they advise you not to go bail for Jefferson Davis was a conversation of half an hour a amp tween us on Tho subject. I cannot state definitely what particular reasons they urged. They thought it would to bad policy und that it would Havo a a l influence. A 0 a that it would have a bid effect of Tho Republican party believe so that was Tho impression i Hud. there any other persons who endeavoured to prevent your going bail Lor Jefferson Davis ? f. do not recollect. Thero May Havo Lujeen one or two personal friends doing so although it was not generally known that i intended to go bail. they put their objections on party grounds alone ? . was no principle involved in it ? do not recollect. They made no impression on me other than that it would be injurious to the party. Yon Tell them \ that it was a party Questionati bail Jefferson Davis he having been imprisoned so Long ? , sir. In the first place i was desirous to bring on a trial. Tho first year i thought we could compel the government to bring the prisoner to trial by a writ of Hareas Corpus. Finally i thought the Timo for a trial far any Good purpose Lead parsed. Q a did you go bail for Jefferson Davis a View of never having him tried ? . I wished to have him tried if the government should Ever wish to try him. I understand you As saying that you thought the time for trying him to Good a purpose had passed away ? was my Piid preut. that your opinion now ? , so i tir As i know of the facts if he anything to do with the assassination of president Lincoln or poisoning or starving prisoners 1 wish him to to tried. I to not know any facts that justify either charge. A know of i it facts of the subject of his connection with the assassination of pres a Idem Lincoln ? sir none that would connect him with it Wak Uini ton july 2.�?two More senators have arrived. Cameron and Catlett will arrive in time in the morning making a quorum. The caucus is Post joined until to Morrow night. Washington july 3. A quorum in both houses. New Orleans via new Yoke City july 3.�? tue comptroller refuses to pay office if appointed by Flanders. His refusal is based on Stanbery a opinion. New Uleass july 3.�?Cotton Dull. Sales 8500 Bales. Low middling 23ic. Receipts 315 bides. Exports 393 Bales. Sugar and molasses Dull and unchanged flour quiet and firm sales mostly private treble extra $14 75. Corn quiet Stock Light yellow and mixed is 0501 15. Oats Light Stock at 82ic. Pork firmer at s23 75. Bacon shoulders 104o. Stock almost exhausted ribbed 12c. Clear 13c. Lard Dull pierces 12@,12<ic. Kegs 13ic. Gold 138t Sterling 49@52�. New York sight i Premium. New ii leads july 3.�?the Board of health reports officially eight cases and six deaths of yellow fever in the last two weeks. It is not considered epidemic. Vessels from infected Texas ports Are to be quarantined. New oks Bank july 3.�?a dispatch received to Day dated new Orleans via new York the City controller refuses to pay ois cers appointed by governor Flanders Ilis Refu in is based on Stanbery a opinion. The new Orleans Public would like to be informed whal the City controller has to do. With paying governor Inlander s officials As the states supposed to have a Treasury of its own. I who ought to know by re have not heard of tue City controller s refusing to. Pay person entitled to compensation from the City. This Fli Patch is about of a Par with other new Orleans specials to new 1 Otic papers. Public a in act a bunks insurance and newspaper Oliie. S and business suspended generally to Morrow. Washington june 3.�?lightning struck Orange county a. Courthouse destroying five other buildings. Washington july 3, 1807. Chas. Wood Barber testifies that he shaved Suratt Here the Day before the assassination. Frank w. Heaton testified seeing a person looking like the prisoner at front of the theatre Oil the night of the assassination. A t. 15. Rhodes testified seeing the prisoner at the theatre during the Day of the assassination. Internal Revenue receipts to Day 51,500,000. Justice Wayne . Senator Sherman denounce Stanbery s opinion Asun attempt to annul the acts of con Grohs. Washington july 3.�?.ccu<.i/<>�?thirty-four senators answered to their names. Kills explanatory of Tho reconstruction Laws a re introduced. Wilson a Bill provides that All offices bed under Tho authority of rebel state governments be declared vacant thirty Days after the passage of this act. Commanding generals May then fill them by the continuance of these in Olifice or appointing others or May order of registration shall Havo Power to refuse registration to suspected of wishing to evade the requirements and to examine applicants and take testimony a within Twenty Days after completion of the registration they May erase names wrongfully registered. Bill authorizes the Ciuman Der to suspend or remove state officers to fill their vacancies and validates acts done heretofore in accordance with Tho above. Edmond a Bill is similar except that the District Coqui audery a acts Are subject to the approval of the general of the armies. Drakes Bill consists of twelve sections. Sumner introduced some characteristic Bills and after appointing a committee to wait of the president the Senate adjourned to Friday. Hundred and Twenty members answered. Tho speaker announced that the first business was to swear in Tho new members of Tho Kentucky delegation. They approached Tho speaker stand when Shenck Rose to a Point of order. To had in his pos session a protest of Samuel Mckee against John Young Brown being admitted and affidavits that to had assisted Tho rebellion. Or. Eldridge said to bid made a similar protest against Stokes when Tho speaker decided that Tho proceedings could not be interrupted. To hoped the statue Rule would prevail now. The a poker said gentlemen must have misunderstood him. The clerk proceeded to read Tho protest and affidavit. Or. Logan presented a similar protest against or Trimble. Or. Benjamin presented Ono against or. A Knodt. Or. Logan offered Tho following Wii Kutkas there is Good reason to believe that in the Flection recently held in the Stato of Kentucky for representatives to the Fortieth Congress Legal and Loyal voters in several districts of by it Stato Havo been overawed and Prevon Tod from a Freo expression of their will and Choice at Tho poll by those who have sympathized with or actually participated in the late rebellion and that such election were carried by votes of such disloyal and returned relies. And whereas it is no ged jhaf15everal of the representatives Elet a from that state Aro disloyal therefore be ii resolved that the credentials of fall the members select from the state of Kentucky shall be referred to the committee on report at As Early a Day As practicable and that pending the report of said committee none of said members shall be allowed to take the oath of office and be admitted to seats As such. After to Long debate Aud excepting Adams of the 7th District froth the action of the res Riyaj. It was passed thus democratic votes. A committee of 9 was appointed to consider what further legislation was need sary on reconstruction. Adjourned till Friday. New onix ans july -1.�?business was entirely suspended and the Day generally observed As a Holiday but Quot passed Oft very quietly. The military paraded through the a Rinc pal streets in the morning Aud a not �?�.d Salute was it i Tho foot of canal treet. New paper and military 1 offices the various Public and private buildings were. Decorated with flags. The foreign consulates i paved. Their respective National colors. Those of Austria and Prussia were draped in mourning. Many Holiday excursion lists left a Txie City in the morning and the streets were crowded with promenades. The new York Herald s special from this City under Date of june 20, states that sex gov Enior Wells is about to Issue it proclamation declaring Flanders a usurper forbidding the civil of cers to obey his orders and be craving his acts null and Quot void As he w Ells himself a Vas governor. The Tribune a special of same Date says that five millions of City notes Are in circulation and depreciating rapidly. A these dispatches Are published in the City papers As new Orleans news via new York City. The treasurers report of june 20th, states the amount of City currency in circulation to a be three million seven Hundred and forty three thousand dollars. A new York special says the City notes Are almost the entire currency of the City. As it is not taken the Banks and business portion of Tho Public must be seriously embarrassed. The facts Are the City notes Are current in Ordinary business and Only at a discount when offered in Large amounts at brokers governor Wells proclamation foreshadowed in the Herald d special has not yet been heard from Here. It Teie. Hoists convention. ---�44----&Quot inti Al to flakes bulletin Houston july 4�?12 convention organized and adjourned till 3 of clock before my arrival. Governor e. M. Pease has been elected president. Lie made a Brief spec Eek confined to thanks Lor the Honor conferred. The other ctr Eli a of the convention Are three Whites and one coloured. The committee on credentials is composed o three Whites and Iru coloured. A 1 Honey and. Kuby Are the Only Galveston men officers of the convention. W. Evening session. Ii Orson july 4.�?permanent. President appease. R. Eel read the declaration of Independence. Squabble on the appointment of vice president too Many aspirants. Commotion was raised on the Resolution to Rek Rall resolutions without debate. Jack Evans of Mclellan smelled a disposition to choke the resolutions and thought the delegates of Galveston were doing business in a Resolution was lost. The committee on will meet a to no Guy. Looks a Little Stormy. Credentials have been presented claiming representation from Twenty Sis counties. Some duplicates very Many absent. The greatest number of writes present including reporters and spectators Twenty three coloured Lour Hundred including spectators. All exercises varied Stencel is speak bag the convention is singing glory hallelujah. Of motion of Beil reporters Werp excluded a from the committee on resolutions. W. Al . London july 3.�?the Star and Herald in noticing Napoleons speech ridicule his idea of Liberty. The times and Post pity Maximilian and denounce Juarez cruelty. The Athena Steamer Ariadne made the trip from verage to Caudia on the 14th, Landing volunteers armb and supplies. She was chased by the turkish Fleet. Liverpool june 3, tends downwards. Uplands 105 Orleans 11 j. Sales b0 f0 Bales. Liverpool july 3�?evening.-Cotton closed weal. Middling Uplands 10 o 10d Orleans 11 cd. Sales 8000 Bales. London july 3. 2 pm a Consols declined Liverpool july 3, 2 p. Six Cotton declined . Lard 3d Othiff Urt Niiles unchanged. Brig Escando Barcelo from new Orleans wus burned at Barcelona. Sir Morton Petous estate is going into bankruptcy. Quot in most of the Southern states if not in All the numerical Power of Tho coloured race will steadily diminish by reason of Tho increase of White immigration hitherto kept out by slavery Aud its concomitants. The coloured people must Rise in intelligence with a Ruid i a unequalled by any other liberated race in order to counteract of Weir loss of Tho in fluency of Mere numbers. That they Are capable of doing this we believe but the work to to done by and among them is immense Aud re. the moral influence and material Aid which the North can,. While we Hope and labor to promote the moral and intellectual advancement of the freedmen it seems to us that the nation fore tells for him a dark future a tide a a Evje virion at . Ltd from our special reporter Houston july to. Coming to attend Tho convention i arrived too late to see the opening of the feast to hear the Grace which comes before meat. I am told however that or. A b. Sabin of. Houston called upon the convention to organize by the appointment of is governor Pease As president. The governer confined his a a inaugural a to a Mere formal return of thanks after which the organization was completed by appointing w. In a. Gayle Chas. W. Wain Geo. W. Honey and Scipio Melvey secretaries. Thu committee on credentials. Were w. Ii. Mckee c. A. Wain Geo. W. Honey Scipio Mckey Geo. T. Ruby Ischade crome Jack Evans the last three Are coloured men., oui informant says that the court House was Well filled but that very few Whites participated. Not being there unable to say How. Much of fact there is in his assertion. In the Register of Tho Hutchins House we find the following warned but do not know whether any or All of them Are delegates to the convention. E. W. Wheelock Jessie Stencel Oscar f. Hunsiker g. P. Dot igl is Galveston j. L. Hill a. J. Evans Waco judge Bell. Geo. K. Scott Austin h. Ledbetter Fayette county. A. The convention has adjourned until 3 p. Jr., when it will meet in the Baptist Church the courthouse being deemed too weak to hold tue crowd that Are expected to participate. A Good Many correspondents Are Here among them or. Win. Young of the new Orleans Republican. The last time i saw him he was driving the Southern team of the new York Herald and a faster one we have Seldom seen. A few such correspondents will put new life into the new Orleans press . ,c. A june2g.�?the Globe newspaper says that either the Cabinet must contain twelve or eighteen members so As to preserve proportion is. In the one Case there would be Lour seats each for the two Canadas and two each for the two maritime provinces. In the latter Cash the figures would be six and three respectively. In the first Case lower Canada could not have both Galt and Mcgee unless the French canadians were satisfied a with two members which is not the Globo thinks likely.,. Another report is that the Cabinet will Quot consist of fifteen members five for Ontario four for Quebec Ancl three each for Nova Scotia and new Brunswick. The minerve promises to give the arrangements in full in a few Days. It is understood that the following gentle a Man will compose the first ministry of the new Dominion Mcdonald Premier. Cartier Tilley Galt Mcdougall Archibald Blair Camp a Bell Howland. Mitchell Henry Langevin and Belleau. It is rumoured Thal Tho Ron. A. H. Draper c. B., chief Justice of upper Canad i,1 Wilt be the first lid tent set governor of sir Narcez. will be the first lieutenant governor of quebec1,. Another report is that the generals com iii Ling the troops in Tho several provinces will be appoint re a Lieuter Init governors. The governor general wiil be sworn in at Quebec on the 1st of july. The absent members of the Cabinet will return to the capital by that Day and it is probable the new Cabinet will be sworn in on the same Day or shortly afterwards. The officers and clerks of. The Crown lands department have Blu paid their removal allowance and the department will be divided Aud sent to Ontario and Quebec during the ensuing month. To Ltd polls i amnesty. The following russian , bearing the Date of Warsaw May 31, signed by count do Beni has been published. His Majest the emperor has been pleated under Date 17th 20th of May to order 1. That All political proceedings relative to the , insurrection to the disorders of which it was the cause it a hic a Are not yet completed before the tribunals As also before the. Preliminary , should be annulled a and the accused Slit. .set at Liberty if they. Shall not have been guilty of Ordinary crimes such As murder . Etc. 2. To fresh prosecution shall be commenced on account t of participation in the insurrection and persons who my i be suspected of such participation shall not co prosecuted. S. Those persons a Aat Ivos of the kingdom of Poland who an cd Busti Quenroe of the recent political disturbances Hapij been sent to different localities us us. measure May return to the Ca entry if their conduct be deeded satisfactory by Tho local authorities. This permission does not extend to ecclesiastics whose return shall be dependent upon the personal decision of the emperors lieu i Emit in Polasc i permission to ret am to Poland is also grunted to Parsont being traives of the government Aud who by an act have been sent away from their residences if their conduct be certified As satisfactory by the Ioc in authorities and if they Vej pre sly Declure their desire to Settle in Tho kingdom of in of amp a id. This permission does not extend to Eccie elastics who must obtain a special permission from Tho emperors lieutenant to return . Light to Oil tue adduce Tho following editorial article on a it an Berry s Ruu Yitous opinion from Tho Atlanta daily new Era of the 1st instant a Leader so forcible emphatic and to the Point that we give it Arm and Lecoin nicene it to the democratic press of Pennsylvania for publication As suit a bit coup Taniou piece to the Longstreet letters a nothing could have been More ill timed or More fatal to the Best interests of the Sonjii than this lengthy and elaborate opinion it May afford amusement to the anti recons i Quot i zionists but it is death to the South who it must be emphatically understood did nut desire and Are by no Means responsible for it. Its result will to to Convene Congress in july when the enemies of reconstruction will seek to have More rigorous legislation to a aril the South adopted. It is to to hoped the a resident will have Tho discretion to let the District commanders alone in the discharge of their duties As under their judicial guidance reconstruction is progressing raps Day and to Chi Ink. The i nor ported proceedings of foe not but sessions a or the Cabinet. Special to the new York Juno 25, 1867, i 11 30 of clock p. 31. J when the proceedings of the Cabinet were Given to the Public n few Days since some Little Surprise was Felt and expressed that Tho matter of deciding upon the options of Tho attorney general should be disposed of with 80 Little evidence of Contention. Knowing that two members of the Cabinet were not a unit in their views of general Sheridan is action at new Orleans it was believed that Tho first Cabinet meeting would be a Long and Stormy one but the published account of the Cabinet deliberations informed us that the portion of or. Stanberry a opinion referring to registration was concurred in with but one dissenting voice. Many persons however regarded this official statement of Cabinet operations As a very meagre display for four Days of cogitation and suspected that All Hod not been revealed. Circumstances being favourable your correspondent has been enabled to obtain a glance at the internal machinery of the Cabinet. And has observed something of that part of the transactions which have not yet. Been Given to the country. It was understood when Tho Cabinet met yesterday a week ago that the opinion of. The attorney general on registration was to be considered but on Trio third Day of the session the opinion on Tho Power of military commanders to appoint civil officers was introduced for discussion. Or. Stanton learning that Tho proceedings of Tho Cabinet on the first opinion were to to published prepared written statements of his reasons for voting against such Points in the second opinion As did not coincide with his views. As the second opinion was to to considered in the same manner As the first that is divided into sections and a separate vote taken on each Section and As a Secretary was pres. Ent to record All the proceedings of the Cabi. Net when or. Stanton voted against a Section he handed Over his written argument Why Tho Section should not to concurred in and requested that his reasons for voting so should be included in Tho proceedings. As some hesitation was manifested in agreeing to Liis proposal n vote was taken to Devido whether Tho arguments of the Secretary of War should go into Tho proceedings and this time All voted a a not except or. Stanton. Tho discussion of. The latter opinion is said to have Deen quite spirited and it was afterwards decided not to 1 publish this portion of the decisions. Before the president left the City he gave the order., to have the instructions to District coining a a Dors prepared Aud the Secretary of War is now engaged in completing them but it is not expected that they will to issued until the ret torn of the president. Barbarous at fort Seils Leli. Frontline Granlia Kepa Wincap june 21,a gentleman a who was an Eyo witness a writes , which is too lengthy for us to publish in full of the barbarous punishment by dogging indicted in a military officer upon a citizen at fort , on the 15th. Inst. A Man named Hendricks ill a state of great debility from a loathsome disease who had arrived in that Vicinity a few Days before from new York was induced Bysom soldiers dressed in citizens clothes and who repro. Seated themselves to to citizens to buy from them a bottle of whisker a. The Case came to the know Ludg i of Ono lieutenant Lantz of co. Of of the 13th infantry who reported it to Brevet lieutenant colonel r. I. Podge commanding the regiment. Colonel Dodge ordered Hendricks to to arrested and a flogging of one Hundred lushes to to administered to him. Lieutenant Lantz Tock charge of the execution of the order. Hendricks was strip a Ped and then fastened to a rough Cross which had been constructed and placed upright in it the ground. A private Soldier yrs then placed on each Side of him each armed with a plaited knotted rope. Hendricks Here solemnly asserted that he did not know the men from whom to bought to to soldiers but believed them to to citizens a they represented themselves a to be. Lieu. Tenant Lantz ordered Tho punishment to proceed and after a few blows first Ono of the soldiers and then the other bringing the knotted rope Down with All his might upon a the quivering flesh the blood poured Down amp. The body of the victim in streams and his flesh Hung Down in shreds. At length spectators upon whom poor Hendricks blood had spattered during Tho flogging and who closed their eyes and ears to shut out Tho horrid sight and make them deaf to his piercing cries of pain appealed to Tho lieutenant to Stop the punishment and to did so acid Hendricks was permitted to drag himself away As Best to could to Tho nearest Sand Hill whore. He was found an hour or two afterwards suffering the most intense agony of body an it Ujj spirit. / Quot a a a a r a r nil Tite Bosi it v ont a of ills cloy it a March 1800, Fie end it Nied t0 through a Samv Ihnn re it Celig a Reward f0r to Weir partly Lars of this extensive world t1 a a t0 the a Wadors of a Oria. The whole amount Ofner Oneriv urn it win to remembered was about $1,700,-? Notor tjl0 occurrence the detects is began the search for Tho thieves a Liberal Reward for Tho recovery of the Bonds Al a a tie month of my followings one of. The thieves Yas arrested who after having been in confinement fat some time offered to Aid in catching Tho rest of the party and How accordingly went with Massachusetts where a portion of Tho Bonds were recovered. Soon however this Man was arrested by tha states Marshall which stayed the pro feedings for a while. It appears that Tho robbers now became alarmed Aud the chief of he gang took the. Bonds and sailed for eur Ropo there to dispose of them. To sold a portion of the Bonds but forgetting to Divido be receipts with two of his accomplices who had entrusted the property to his hand. A for a �?~0n Erc let oth arrested and filled with indignation toward their Leader made Little hesitation in revealing Fhy whole affair his whereabouts was found out and in had been indicted when suddenly Tho is soft 000 were returned to the Ort Nothe whole time occupied in ferreting int the Sase portions of the Bonds had found their we a to a or. Lord from time to time so i about Sion Trooy
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