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Galveston Flakes Semi Weekly Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 17, 1867, Galveston, Texas Vol. A Galveston wednesday morning july 17, 1867. No. 28.telegraphic. New York july 12. easier sales 2000 Bales at 2g@2g. Flour Active state s7, s10@$114 Southern mixed to Good $9 75@ $11 05 fancy and extra Sll 75@$1g 25. Wheat firm new s3 50. Corn unchanged. Provisions firm. Mess pork $22 75. Groceries generally heavy. Turpentine 57@58. Rosin �3 25�$8, 00. Freights steady. I new York july 12�?evening.�?stocks improved. Goun Oij. Arrived euterpe from Galveston. / new Orleans july 12.�?cotton�?-sales 100 Bale so Dull and unset Ledlow middling a a a a @23i, nominal receipts for the week 1,113 Bales against 2,100 exports for the week 8750 Bales stocks jg8 Bales. Sugar la. Lair 134 Cuba firm fair to prune 13 molasses nothing doing. Flour super Liue $11 00 will 25 Choice $1-1 5u0r,18 50. Corn firm yellow and mixed in a 22 j it it a 30 White is 37i.�?r Oats advancing 87 pork1 Liliet us Imiru at $21 75. Hiu on shoulders Aud ribs scarce shoulders 11 Jib 13�?~"clear 1-1. Lari Quitt Tieves 12 Kef s 13,. Gold 13 ,>4. Sterling 50 �-j5l. New York sight Quot a Premium. Ii two Days City Curr Eutsy 20 per cent discount at brokers afrides though is ill received at by most dealers when in seated in Small sum. We see no. Explanation for this sudden full. Washington july 12.�?ilorse.�?mr. Julian asked leave to introduce a Resolution ordering the reconstruction committee to report a Bill lands granted to Southern states for Railroad purposes stating that there were live millions of acres of the Best lands in the South in the hands of rebel corporations which her poor men White and Black should have for homesteads. Wood objected. Julian move to suspend the rules which were suspended�?09 to 35, and Tho Resolution modified to embrace Mississippi Alabama Florida Arkansas mid Louisiana and was passed. Butler offered a Resolution that Tho District commanders be authorized to Issue �?T$-1,000,000 in 7 3-10 per cent interest Coupon Bonds Tore pair levees. Tho Assumption of Widli should be a condition precedent Quot to Louisiana s admission and moved a suspension of the rules a failed. reconstruction Bill reported with several amen Mouts. A Serai Ibling debate ensued during which Logan of 111., said he had no sympathy with any Man. Who went bail for Jeff. Davis. Or. Greeley could publish it that there never would have been i by trouble in trying Jefferson Davis either in civil or military court except Asho Logan might organize. He him. Self would have been the court and before long1 there no .1 Elf Davis. He would to Day if he had the Power hang jell Davis and All his Cabinet officers. The Only Man in America who had nerve enough to hang traitors was j to Uva. Stevens moved Tho previous question. The Bill As Iune dec passed. \ the House took it recess. billed up the Resolution directing the committee on foreign relations to inquire How inane of mexican soldiers were executed after capture Lio ted Maximilian a. Operations were Pari of the rebellion and had to succeeded Tho decree of 1800 would have been indicted on Union soldiers. Maximilian signed our death warrant in that de Crew and ought not have died by Tho Bullet. The officer capturing him should have Hung Liim to the first tree and that this was not done. To proved the mexicans a chivalrous people. The course in which this government lowered Mexico was cowardly. Johnson spoke unfavourably of Maximilian he denounced him As Tho agent of Napoleon to assist the rebellion. Lie eulogized Juarez Howard thought Maximilian met u deserved Fate. Postponed. ,.wilson offered a Bill authorizing Tho Socie tary of War to raise four regiments and appropriating one million and a half dollars Lor Frontier defence. They went into executive session Iid took recess to 8 of clock. Ono of Tho House amendments is to the effect that Tho opinion of any civil officer of the government shall not bind Tho District commanders and their subordinates and state officers must take Tho Iron Clad oath. Wahidi Egton june 12.�?juliau�?Ta Bill forfeiting Southern Railroad lauds contains a Section providing for Tho Salo of lands for Federal taxes or under bankrupt Law shall be in Iota not Roro than Twenty nor less than nighty acres. New , july 12.�?Money abundant. Rate unchanged. An unfounded report of a Bank failure up town created intense excitement Thia morning. Gold closed firm it 139q �1394. Sterling quiet at 110i@1104. Goy Ramonta excited and fluctuating. Tho Liverpool brokers circular report sales of Cotton for Tho week at 50,000 Bales whereof 13,000 Woro for Export and speculation. Stock 719,000 Bales of which 484,000 Are american. Washington july 11.�?general Sturm Tho agent of the mexican Republic in this City said on Tho Street that governor Flanders who is Here is among Tho up Plica us for the mexican Mission. The House referred Tho senators Bill to the . Colonel Onlin was before the judiciary committee and questioned regarding Tho obstacle thrown in Tho Way of Exchange of prisoners by Federal generals. H Washington july 12.�?dr. Noah Eye from Staten Island. Santa Anna s agent is Hert. It is understood Attiat Reverdy Johnson is his Legal adviser before Tho state department respecting is unto annals abduction. Whatever nop Tyge s object is he seems to have a Listi a Many influential men. Affidavits have been seen from the Captain and passengers of the Virginia that Santa Anna was forcibly take from Tho Virginia while Tho Steamer was beyond mexican Waters. The demand for Santa annals release is said on Good authority to have been issued from the state department. A Cony Nitter of. Conference was appointed and both Quot houses adjourned. The chief Point of Rel Ereneo is in regard to removals from Olliee the House having stricken out the prevision making removals subject to the approval of the general of the army. Richmond va., july 12.�?Tho convention at the Whito Sulphin Spring to dovish Means tor tiie completion of Tho Covington and Ohio a Road adjourned yesterday after a two Days session. Ohio Kentucky eleven counties of West Virginia and nine counties of Virginia were represented by 200 delegates. Governor Pierpont presided. Several capitalists were present from new York and Philadelphia. On taking the chair governor Pierpont made a speech predicting that if the building of the Road was persevered in the Federal government would,., and Lay a a double track to meet the demands of the great West. A committee reported resolutions one of them decreeing that five million dollars should be raised for the completion of the Road by Virginia and West Virginia. During the debate or. Williams of Greenbrier county donated five thousand acres of land towards building the Road and another gentleman offered to become Ono of a Hundred to subscribe five thousand dollars each. A Telegram to the dispatch says the com Mittee s resolutions were adopted. The convention adjourned sine die. Meetings of citizens were held in Tappahannock county and Danville yesterday at which the Republican platform was adopted and delegates sent to the August convention in Richmond. Hon. Thomas s. Flournoy and lion. Win. M. Tredway both sex members of Congress participated ii i the latter meeting. Tie iii a has accounts of various other meetings of a similar character in the state. A Charleston july 12�?information was received a re this afternoon that the Steamboat r. E. Kell was capsized by a Squall in the wiccan Law liver on the 5th. Seven persons was it Crowni d including Captain Garrison l. J w. Dog Quot eur a lady and four negroes. A new Yoke Quot july 13. Dull 2gic.�? Gold,139o. New Yoek july 13.�?arrived, the City of Paris. New York july 13. without decided change sales 1, Bales it 2g@2g c. New ,13 a arrived Tybee from Galveston hibernian and Herman from Europe. New Yorr july 13.�?the mexican Fillius Turing expedition hero und the one in Buffalo Are filling up rapidly. Washington july 13.�?further accounts from jul lace a fight say that six cavalry men were killed and Tho soldiers driven into the fort. A. Non commissioned officer was captured and tortured and Niue plated thirteen negro soldiers died of cholera at fort Harker. San Francisco july 14.�?in consequence of a bad break in the yellow jacket mining stocks Are Gen Erdly lower. Yellow jacket. Sold to Day at 800, a decline of 700 within a few Days. Lancaster pa., july 13.�?the boilers of the Cotton Mill Here exploded. One of the boilers was carried Over a Square. Engineer killed superintendents legs and Oie Arm broken several women badly scalded considerable portion of Tho factory in turns. Washington july 13.�?Tho Elmira clothiers fix the Date of Surratte a presence in their store from the following faction the 12th one of Tho partners left for new York and returned on the 15th. During his absence Surratt visited the store to have clothing made but the tailors did not Liao the kind of material Tho testimony is regarded As absolutely established. Charleston july 12. Dull Sara -3g Bales my idling Uplands 25c receipts 127 Bales arrived Schooner d. F. Keeling from Baltimore. Sailed Brig Espara Oga for new York. Nev Orlens july 13.�?cotton�?sales 1050 Bales. Low middling 22 @23c. Receipts 470 Bales exports -1308 Bales. Sugar and molasses unchanged. Flour quiet. Superfine Sll Choice extra s18. Corn quiet Aud Ann. Mixed und yellow $1 25 White $1 35 Fork Linn at s24 75. Lord quiet and held at 124c in pierces 13 c in kegs. Gold 394. Sterling 5o053j. New Worls sight i0 Premium. Washington july 13.�?the Schooner Bergen from Charleston to Boston loaded with Cotton and train burned at sea. The Crew narrowly escaped in boats. Washington july 12.�?miss Olivia Jenkins was examined. She is a Niece of mrs. Surratt and slept with her Tho most of Tho time and heard none of the pointed re Marks to which Weichman swears. Of the. Night of the 14th mrs. Surratt showed no unusual excitement. Witness is. From Surratte Vrillo came there on the 14tli, to get Money duo her. The evidence is that she was pressed by persons in Tho cig boyhood to whom she owed Money. Tho execution Register of Canandaigua with the name John Harrison registered on the 15th, was produced in court. Tho Defolco insisted on prosecution and objected that Tho Register should go to Tho jury. The court reserved the decision and adjourned. Washington june 13.�?a huge mass of correspondence Between Tho administration general Grunt Aud Tho District commanders has been made Public but As Tho issues in7 solved Are nil decided by Tho Bill telegraphed to night it is not thought Worth while to Burden the Telegraph wires with it. Tho correspondence shows that Grant was strongly incl died towards Tho latitude claimed by District commander a under the old Bill. Tho Bill passed Tho House appropriating no million six Hundred and seventy five thousand dollars for reconstruction. During the discussion Eldridge spoke about the extravagance of District commanders alluding to Sickles As a greater harlequin than Tho commander at now Orleans and had read by Tho clerk a newspaper article speaking of Tho display made by Sickles in Riding round Charleston in a coach and four. Bingham replied that it was fitting that a Man who lost his leg in Defolco of his government should ride in a coach for nothing nothing Dono in the Senate except the passage of Tho reconstruction Bill which goes to the president. Raymond nominated for Austria Bancroft for Prussia. It is now positively known that Tho Stato department will wait Furfer developments Benoro formally moving in Tho Santa Anna Case. The reconstruction Bill signed by Tho president and officers of both houses was presented to Tho president. In Trio House to Duy a petition from the legislature of Arkansas for an appropriation to improve Tho Mississippi Levco was received by a vote of -10 to 53, and referred to the committee on appropriations. Tho reception was opposed on Tho ground that Arkansas was no state and the legislature could not petition the following is the text of Tho Bill As it pass Vej both houses be it enacted by Tho Senate and House of representatives of the United states in Congress assembled that it is the True intent and meaning of the act of the second Day of March 1807, entitled an act to provide for the More efficient government of the rebel states and of the act supplementary thereto passed on the 23d Day of March 18g7, that the governments then existing in the rebel states of Virginia. North Carolina South Carolinia Georgia Mississippi Alabama Louisiana Florida Texas and Arkansas were not Legal state governments und if continued were continued subject in All respects to the military comma iders of the respective districts and the Paramount authority of a amp sue. 2. Tha t fhe commanding general o the districts named in said act shall have the Power subject to the approval of the general of the army of the United states to have effect til disapproved whenever in the opinion of such commander the proper administration of said act shall require it to suspend or re move from office or from the performance of his official duties and the exercise of official Power any officer or person holding or exercising or to hold or exercise any civil or military office or duty in such districts under any a Oiver election appointment or authority derived from or granted by or claimed under any. So called state or the government thereof in any municipal or other division thereof Aud upon such suspension or removal such commanders subject to the disapproval of the general As Utor Esaid shall. Have Power to provide from time to time for. The performance of the said duties of such officer or person so suspended or removed by the detail of some competent officer or Soldier of the army or by the appointment of some other person to perform the same and .�$0 fill vacancies occasioned by death Resigna tip i or otherwise. Sac. 3. That the general of the army of the United states shall be invested with All the Powers of suspension and removal of appointment and detail granted in the preceding Section to District commanders. Sec. 4. Aud Belt further enacted that the. Acts of the officers of the army already done in removing in said districts persons the functions of civil officers and up pointing others in their Stead Are hereby con lir Nied provided that any person heretofore or hereafter appointed by any District commander to exercise the functions of any civil office May be removed either by the military officers in command of the District or general of the army. And it shall be the duty of such commander to remove from office As aforesaid All persons who Are disloyal to the government of the uniter states or who use their official influence in any manner to Binder delay prevent or obstruct the due and the proper administration of this act and the acts to which it is Siple Inetal. See. 5. That the boards of registration provided for in the act entitled an act supplementary to an act entitled a act to pro vide for the More efficient government of the rebel states passed March 2d, 18g7, and to facilitate the restoration of Tho said states passed March 23d, 1807, shall have Power and it shall to their duty before allowing the registration of any person to ascertain upon a such facts or information us they can obtain whether a such person is entitled to be registered under said act Aud the oath required by said act shall not be conclusive on such question and no person shall be registered unless such Board shall decide that a he is entitled thereto. Such Board shall also have Power to examine under oath to to administered by any member of such Board any one touching the qualification of any person claiming registration but in every Case of refusal by the Board to Register an applicant Aud ill every Case of striking his name from the list As hereinafter provided Tho Board shall make a note or memorandum of such act Ali ice shall be returned with the registration list to the commanding general of the District setting Forth the grounds of such re Fusul or such striking from list provided that no person shall be disqualified As a Mem Zecof any Board of registration by reason of race or color. See 6. That the True intent and meaning of Tho oath hero prescribed in said supplementary is among other things that no per. Son who has been u member of the legislature i of any state or who held any executive or judicial office in any state whether to has taken an oath to support the Constitution of tie United states. Or not whether to was holding such office it the commencement of the rebellion or had held office before and who was afterwards engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the United states or has Given Aid or Comfort to the enemies thereof is entitled to be registered or to vote tand Tho words a executive or judicial office in any Stato in said oath mentioned shall to construed to include All civil officers created by Law for Tho administration of any general Law of a state or. Lor the administration of Justice. Sec. 7. That the time for completing the. Original registration provided for in said acts May in the discretion of the commander of any District be extended to the first Day of october -18g7, and Tho boards of registration shall have Power mud it shall be their duty com mercing fourteen Days prior to Auy election under said act and upon reasonable Public notice of the time Aud place thereof to revise for a period of five Days the registration list and upon doing satisfied that any person not entitled thereto has been Register eur to strike Tho name of such person from Tho list and such Board shall also during the same period. V add to such registry the names of All persons r who at that time possesses the qualifications required by said act who have not been already registered Aud no person a Hill it any time to entitled to be registered or to vote by reason of any executive Pardon amnesty for any act or thing which without such Pardon or amnesty would disqualify him from regi Rution 01 voting. Sec. 8. That Section 4 of Sud la stemmed act shall be construed to authorize the commanding general named therein whenever he shall deem needful to remove any members of the Board of registration and appoint another in Liis Stead to till vacancies in such Board. Sec. 9. That All members of such boards of registration and All persons hereafter elected or appointed to office in said military districts under Auy so called Stato or municipal authority or by detail or appointment of the District commander shall be required to Tako und subscribe to Tho oath of office prescribed by Law for officers of Tho United states. Sec. 10, that no District coma under or member of the Board of registration or any officers or appointees acting under them shall i be governed in his action by Liny opinion of any civil officer of the United states Sec. 11. That All provisions of this act and Tho acts to which this is supplementary shall be construed literally to the end the intents thereof May be fully and perfectly carried out. 1 new York july 13.�?among the failures in dry goods Are Fairchilds amp of anew teach Cook Williams amp Rhodes and win Barry amp co. Reported failure of Tracy Irwin amp co., unfounded. The express says the Bank statement on monday will show an increase in Loans of $1,300,-�?T 000 specie 2,000,000 deposits $0,000,000 Legal tenders $1,000,000. Treasury receipts to Day $14.017,000. Payments $1,083,000 balance $130,581,000. Money easy. Gold 13�o�. Shipments of species to Dav $2,930,--000. Queenstown july 13.7�?City of new York touched. Richmond va., july 13.�?-Tho registry closed in this City to div. Coloured majority is 1119. A company with $32,700 capital was formed to Day for tie purpose of purchasing lands in Virginia for the erection of manufactories i and developing the Mineral resources of the state. Hamilton of Ohio is president Aud Thos. H. Wynn or Virginia is Secretary. New York july 13.�?arrived, Germania for iii Europe Cromwell from new Orleans Wilmington from Galveston. Washington july 14.�? a lengthy memorandum was issued from the state department answering Nap Hagye a application for Santa annals Relief giving a detailed account of the latter a movements and purposes. The Docu ment is signed by or. Seward Aud concludes with this review it seems proper that the government shall await further and More definite information before entering upon communications in relation to the complaint of Naph Agys with the government of Mexico. That nation claims at last to have triumphed Over All its internal and foreign enemies and to have reached a crisis when if left alone it May be expected to restore Tranquility and to reorganize upon a permanent basis of Union Freedom and Republican government. Some great National injury wrong or offence would justify this government in suddenly assuming a hostile or even an unfriendly attitude towards the Republic of Mexico. Or Seward also says that during a considerable part of the period which Mexico has been the theatre of civil War armed military and naval forces have been maintained by the United states on the Rio Grande and in Waters around other parts of Mexico among other purposes to prevent and defeat invasion of that ,any naval or military expedition which might be set on footing the United states. Washington july 15.�?generals Sanborn and Buford of the commission sent to the Indian country to examine Aud report upon the a state of affairs represent that hostilities at Forf Phil Kearney were caused by an attempt through orders from general Pope to establish military posts to the injury of Hunting grounds. These officers and commissioners of Indian affairs condemn the prosecution of a general War and Sizow that for a comparatively Small sum peace can be secured among All the tribes. The commissioner recommends Justice to the indians and payment of indemnity for villages and other property wantonly destroyed. The vice Consul at Havana official la reports that yellow fever exists there with much violence. It is expected that the president s veto to the supplemental reconstruction Bill will be sent in on tuesday when Congress after passing the Bill Over it will adjourn. 1 the mexican minister Here denies Senor Allor whose newspaper article severely com a menting on. The interposition of the United states in behalf of Maximilian has been extensively published is not a member of Quot Juarez Cabinet As has been charged. New York july 15.�?stock Strong. Money -5@g per cent. Gold 139�. Sterling steady. 18 52 coupons 112. Flour unchanged. Wheat quiet. Corn steady. Cotton quiet middling Uplands 2g@2g. Freights quiet. New York july 15.�?stocks Shade easier Money 5 per cent. Gold 1394. Cotton middling firm lower grades declining sales Good at 2gi. New of ears july 15.�?cotton�?sales ,1150 Bales Low middling 22i023ic. Receipts 154 Bales. Louisiana sugar fair 134 strictly prime 15 Stock very Light. No Cuba firmer fully fair 14. Molasses nominal. Flour firm superfine s10 250 11 00 Chice x $1s 50. Corn very firm yellow and mixed $1 25@,1 30 Whito scarce at a 35@137ie. Oats firm with Light stocks it 90�93c. Pork quiet and firm at $24 75, Bacon in Good demand jobbing shoulders lli@12c. Clear 144@l-l�c, lard in pierces 12gc., and in kegs 13io. Gold 137i. Sterling 150@153i. New York sight a a. On account of Tho continued Rains last month Cotton prospects Are rather poor. The Caterpillar and army worm Are both reported doing great damage. Specimens of both were exhibited on change. The ground continues too wet to work the grass out. Washington july 15.�?tbe president sent to the Senate the documents called for regarding reconstruction and estimates the expense of carrying out these Bills at fourteen a millions in addition to two millions Ono Hundred thousand dollars already expended. This was the aggregate for governing these states before the War and sum continues Tho president would to considerably augmented if Tho state machinery to operated by the Federal govern Leut and would to largely increased if Tho a iii ted states by abolishing state governments should become responsible for liabilities Iuen rred by them before the rebellion in laudable efforts to developed their resources and in no Wise connected with insurrectionary purposes. These debts will approximate to one Hundred million of dollars Tho greater part of which is due Loyal citizens and foreigners. It is a subject for congressional consideration whether Tho Assumption of such obligations would not impair the National credit. General Ord asked and obtain and leave from the Secretary of War to confine horse thieves in the dry Tortugas. General Grant approves a suggestion from Pope that confederates who oppose Tho congressional reconstruction acts violate the terms of their parole. General complains of difficulty in finding Loyal men in Mississippi qualified for registrar Senate a the House Bill appropriating ,500,000 for reconstruction reduced by an amendment to the million passed yeas 37, nays 3.Bill for the Relief of certain deserters referred to Tho military committee. Presidents message suggesting a Federal liabilities for Tho Southern states debts caused an animated debate and heated denunciation As Quapp Ostuno and calculated to unsettle finances. Tho message was ordered to be printed and the Senate adjourned. House on account of a material clerical error Tho reconstruction Bill was withdrawn from Tho president to to corrected Ana returned. A number of Bills and resolutions were introduced Aud referred. The Resolution introduced and passed instructing Tho committee on Publio lauds to report a Bill forfeiting the swamp lands heretofore granted to Southern states by the United states. A Resol Tibu instructing the judiciary committee to inquire whether Kentucky Maryland and Delaware have a Stato Constitution Republican in form passed by the speakers vote House standing 47 to 47. The amendment reducing Tho re construe a Tion appropriation to one million concurred in. Tho Bill goes to th6 president. Washington july 15.�?judge Fisher ruled that the Tauau Diagula Rogish deity should not go to the jury. Confederate brigadier general e. G. Lee on. The stand. Tile defence proposed showing by Lee that Surratt Boro dispatches to him in Canada from Benjamin Aud that under Lee a orders he went to Elmira to report regarding prisoners and guards there. Evidence ruled out. Those three persons from Philadelphia would not believe John Lee on oath. Revenue receipts to Day ,000,000. Washington july 15.�?the Republican Union congressional committee met to night to hear reports from Sourhea ung uts and consider the political Situ Uruu Una to adopt Means to secure political Dominion in that Section. Colonel Humphries agent for the be Romeo indians at fort Gibson died of cd Hole a. A Tho Bill passed at Tho last session prohibiting the executive from treating with the indians is repealed. Applause from the democratic Side Over the first step backwards. a a a it the Senate confirmed Bancroft to Prussia John Frany postmaster port Royal h. Q. Herrick assessor of the third District South Carolina John s. Walker assistant treasurer new Orleans. . A a a Liverpool july 12�?noon. firm. Uplands log Orleans 10 d. London july 12�?2 p. 94. Boi ids Quot 73 3-16, Liverpool july 12�?2 p. 73s. 6d. Turpentine 31s. Other articles unchanged. _ London july 12�?evening. 945-five-twenties 734. Frankfort july 12.�?Bonds 773-Liveiipoon, july 12�? Cotton closed quiet and unchanged middling Uplands 10d. Orleans Lead. Sale .10,000. Bales. Bread stuffs generally quiet. Corn declined 3gs. advices Are unfavourable goods and yarn heavy. Paris july 13.�?the French government hearing nothing from its mexican minister since the capture of the City of Mexico is about sending a Strong Fleet to Vera Cruz to protect him or resent indignity a if offered him. Florence july 13.�?it. Is stated that tbs Garri Aldiana Are menacing the City of vet Orber. _ Liverpool july 13, quiet and unchanged Uplands 10jd. Orleans 10 d. Sales 10,000 Bales. Manchester inactive. London july 13. A Consols 94. Bonds 732-tbe Reform Bill passes to a third Reading on monday next. _ 1 Vienna july 13.�?austria has dispatched Admira Leget off to Mexico for the body of Maximilian. Cherbourg july 13.�?Tho Colorado and Otylior vessels of the american european Squadron Are in port Here. Paris july 13.�?m. Rousseua officially informs the corps la gis Latif that the american government refuses to give up fraudulent bankrupts. Southampton july 13.�?Tho Western Metropolis touched. London july 13�?evening.�?the markets Are unchanged. ,. Liverpool july 13�?evening.�?no change in american produce. , july 15.�?Bonds 774. St. Petersburg july 15.�?bokhora advices Stato that the russian troops stormed Kahr Many a entrenched Camp gaining a great Victory. Paris july 15.�?the Corner Stone. Of tia protestant Church for americans was Laid yes ter Day with appropriate ceremonies and july 15�?noon. 94jj.�? Bonds 78. A Liverpool july 15�?noon. fir me a sales 10,000 calms prices unchanged. Bread stuffs firm others unchanged Queenstown july 15.�?the Steamer Palmyra touched hero. Halifax july 15.�?Tho Cuba with Ono Hundred and forty three passengers has arrived. London july 15�?2 p. markets unchanged. A a Liverpool july 15�?2 p. M. unchanged. London july 15�?evening, i a. Bonds 73. Liverpool july 15 Rev zoning. A Cotton closed unchanged sales 10,000 Bales middling Uplands j.0�T Orleans 10j. Par for Tho latest Telegraph see eighth a Page. A an English paper describes Tho steel boat which has gone in search of or. Livingstone. It is built exclusively of steel and charcoal Iron plates one sixteenth of an Inch in thick a Ness and in sections. The heaviest of the inc sections do not weigh More than forty pounds. The boat can thus be take to pieces and carried 011 the Back of negroes from Ono piece of water to another. An employee of a soda water establishment in Hartford coun., failing to receive his wages turned on the faucet of Tho Fountain uncorked the a Soli in kind. Bottles und remunerated him
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