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Galveston Flakes Semi Weekly Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 31, 1867, Galveston, Texas Semi weekly a a a a fat to Phi a a a of Galveston. Wednesday morning july 31, 186.7. No. 32. Telegraphic. I at it Bociau Ltd in Ltd a a new York july 25.�?.Money superabundant. Gold closed at 139sterling weak and unchanged. Governments closed steady and ii function lower stocks declined on the nows of the Flection of ii. 31. B. Sat Biord As president of the new York Central Railroad but sub sequently there was a recovery from the in West Point. Treasury receipts $4,544,-000 payments is 102,000. Washington july 25.the Washington club of thin City was beaten by the first City of Chicago �3 to 23. This w the first tie feat during nationals Western trip. Richmond july 25.j. 31. Botts and about fifty delegates to the convention have arrived. Very heavy rain this evening. Coloured people Are holding a political meeting to night fit Columbia. In coup cation to Day the proceedings a Ere harmonious adopted a platform essentially the same As that Ai Charleston Aud in Many respects similar to the radicals of Tennessee. Mild confiscation was proposed Aud voted Down. Efforts to add Radical to the name of the party resolutions introduced that the coloured race on i loyally nit entitled Quot to the Nomiya a Tion of one of their color for president of the United states pending the discussion adjourned to ten o clock tomorrow. A j. Armstrong Delegate from Washington to fhe convention addresses the citizens to night at 8 new York july 20.stocks Strong. Money v@6. Gold ,13lg. Sterling time 110 sight Lioa. 02 coupons 11 a. I Lour heavy for unsound steady for sound. Wheat Dull Aud declining. Com 3 Hotter. Pork lower 523 37�23 50. Lard steady. Whisky quiet. Cotton quiet and steady 27�27jc. Freights quiet quinine Dull 58e. Rosin quiet. Nashville july 20.at the reported riot it Rogersville a shot was fired it Ethridge. Continued volleys fired by both parties White conservatives and Black radicals. Killed 7 wounded 30. Etc Ridge uninjured. A Niv Yonn july 2c.letters from British Honduras july 15th, say that another Steamer Lin d arrived Rioin the United states with a Large number of emigrants. As induce meat to settlers Trio legislature exempts All a Cutler a from duties and taxes for three years and admits Stock implements furniture and provisions free. Gives land and Money to Abio bodied settlers. A dispatch to the Herald says Meade has. Been selected to succeed Sheridan when the. President gets ready to move in Tho matter. New Youk it july. 2 5.Cotton is firm with. Hales of 1500 Bales at 27 to 274c. In Lour is Dull Aud heavy prices unchanged wheat 3 to 5c. Lower on some descriptions Amber Southern $2 40 to s2 53 White $2 co to s2 70 Corn 1c. Higher mixed Western is to is 04 provisions generally firmer lard 124 to 13��?� a groceries Are Dull quiet Aud unchanged turpentine 57 to,5.8c. Rosin $362j to 58 50 freights quiet.-. Stocks Strong Money 5. Per cent. Gold i3p coupons it 2, a Len to Orleans july 2c,�? Cotton Dull and unchanged sales 300 Bales Low middling l4i@25e. Receipts for the week 1201 bars against 870 Bale exports for Tho week 15,>5c Bales Stock on hand 29,983 Bales. Louis Ana sugar fair 130., Market Bare of Louisiana molasses. Juba sugar firm Light Stock in. Fair demand 13c. Leu no. 13,. Cuba molasses Block Large demand limited 48@54c. Flour quiet superfine �10 75. Coin quiet declined 2�5e., and s120@l 40, whole Range. Oats none in first hands sales of Fine at is 15. Choice Hay scarce and in demand other disruptions Dull Choice ?28 strictly Choice. S30 per ton. Pork quiet mess s2 i 25020 50. A Bacon Stock licht Luu Recei a Tibet shoulders 14 a a Quot. But 3w. Sterling 51 j to 54. New York sight i a Premium. Wab Kiloton july 26.judge Fisher admits evidence regarding Tho running of trains provided Hui Pratt was connect cd with them. Half a dozen witnesses testified against in. Riih sell Foj truthfulness others testified to his Good Chancie saying who testified against him had a Church dial Mculty with Hui. Evidence drawing to a close. It is now supposed the arguments will be very lengthy. The president has approved generals Aud Terry As members of the Indian commission. Commis Viou a Embries s. M. Louis first of Angus. Senaus Patterson Wilson Aud representatives . Cullom Sawyer , Kelley and , will stump Ohio Lor the a Radical ticket. 1. Revenue Ricu pjs eight Hundred and eighteen thousand. A Vitta july 20.accounts from the Interior Are of avoidable to crops. Feed lieu Are holding meetings Tho state addressed by Radical speakers White and Black who urge upon freedmen the duty and Necor Tyty of supporting their party. , july 20.hon. Daniel Mckee formerly a i member of Congress shot himself this morning. New Youk july 20.�? Moxcy unchanged. Gold closed heavy and still Rit 139. Sterling Dull at 10 �jl0,�?T. Go a figments Dull. Stocks rallied sharply close. Wam Noton july 20. A in Tho now York constitutional convention yesterday Trio consideration of the report of Tho suffrage committee being the special order of the Duy was resumed. Tho report of Tho comm Ueo of the whole was a Resolution extending suffrage to. Women. It was again called out of debate and was again Defeated. A motion to preface Tho Resolution by preamble declining that the state has also the right to regulate Tho a Franchiso among her own citizens without in a Turfe Renco or control from any other authority whatever was offered. Occasioned it ome argument but was lost by a vote of 50 to 01. An amendment to disfranchised All those who Bavo defrauded the government of the United states wan adopted. New Youk july 20i�?a fire at Long Branch occurred yesterday Aud destroyed the outhouse of Tho mansion House. It is reported from Montreal that recent petitions for Tho release of father Mcmahon fenian convict Wei formally considered. General Grant is at present sojourning at Long b.ancb. Henry reap resigned Tho presidency of Tho now York Central Railroad ii.1 h. Baxter was elected. Tho Law of�?T62,-prohibits dealing in coolies by americano or their transportation in american Bottoms under certain restrictions not i my in the Law prohibits Chinero Frota coming to a i7 . Clear sides Lolo a. Lard quiet it firm a a pierces inlets 13�c. Gold 134 in a. T his country. The Law of emigration to which the Havana Consul alludes simply alludes to the ovel<., w4ling-Law,-Vhieh---Foi Fei s, vessels carrying cookies against their consent to any country make no special Allu Siou to the United states and As construed does not apply to foreign Bottoms bringing coolies Here or taking them elsewhere. A dispatch from Omaha says -75 indians attacked the surveying party of the Union Pacific Railroad on bitter Creek killing Engineer b. T. Browne indians have virtual Possession of the Road from fort Bridger to fort Saunders. Richmond. July 20.the United states District court commenced its session to Day. Judge Underwood in his charge to the grand jury said that they would have a new class of cases before them in which illegal registration would be charged. He urged moderation As Many had registered upon the strength of the attorney general s opinion and that of the District commander and had not intended to commit a perjury. If any were presented it should not be the ignorant but the prominent who knew better. The following is an. Order from general Schofield Headquarters first Miu tary District j Stutt of Yir Tuia Richmond. Yar t july 2gtb, 1607. General orders no. 47 Fimi a in accordance will Section Sis of Quot he act of Congress passed july 19, 1807. Containing the words a a executive or judicial Quot officers in any state As used in the registration oath prescribed by the act of March 23d, 1807, paragraph4 of the instructions published in general orders no. 34, from these Headquarters. June 23d, 1807�?is hereby amended to read governor Lieut. Governor Secretary of state auditor of Public accounts second auditor Register of the land office state treasurer attorney general it also specifies the sergeant of a City or town the commissioners of the Revenue county surveyors constables overseers of the poor commissioners of the Board of Public works judges of the supreme court judge of the circuit court judge of the court of hustings justices of the county courts mayor recorder and aldermen of a City or. Town,.zcoroners Isch Maiors inspectors of tobacco floured clerks of the supreme and District circuit and county courts and of the courts of hustings attorneys for the Commonwealth. Second Tho Board of registration will be governed by the above amended list of executive and judicial officers in revising the registration at Tho second session of the boards to be held As required by paragraph 17 of the regulations published in general orders no. 28, from a hese Headquarters dated 3iay 13ih, 18c7. The boards will Transfer to the lists of rejected the names of All persons who May have failed from any cause whatever to be registered at the first session of the Board. Thi do the boards of registration will hold their second session without unnecessary delay after the receipt of to big order and alter giving the ten Days notice tel tired by paragraph 17 of the regulations of. May 13th, 1807, Hereinbefore mentioned. By command of brigadier general a j. M. Sci Oriel u. S. A. S. F. Half Lnu i assistant adjutant general. The City is full of Rii Mora about changes in City officers and it is generally understood that the military a Tho cities Are about to make Many new appointments. A Colombia is c., july 20.to-Day in convention the time was consumed in discussion Aud election of officers of stale Central committee of the Union Republican party president and treasurer White vice president and Secretary coloured. One White Delegate tendered his resignation to Day could not subscribe to the platform adopted. The convert Ion was prompt in accepting it. The vice president of Tho convention coloured said he was glad to accept it As be did not want u Judas amongst them. Resolutions adopted that copy of the proceedings be transmitted to thu president of the United states general Sickles and executive committee of the party i i Washington. The convention adjourns to night. In w you a july 27.flour $10 75. Lower. Wheat Dull Aud declining. Corn quiet and a unchanged. Pork heavy. $23 75. Laid steady. Whisky quiet. Cotton firm. 276 27j. Freights quiet. Turpentine steady 5v. Rosin unchanged. Gold 140. Sterling on time 110 sight 110p. 7? 110j 02 coupons Virginia six a. New Issue 5.1 a 52.georgia sevens 88.�i.j.8sj. Tennessee is Sass sex coupons is new Jcj. New you july 27.Tho steamers Petit from Galveston and Columbia from europ Lias arrived Washington july 27.receipts of Bush is for the week ending june 30th, two rid a rumours concerning general Sheridan s Transfer to other duty is gaining credence. New Orleans july 27.Cotton Dull a 1 unchanged sales 350 Boleslow middling24�025 receipts 700 Bales exports 1103. Sugar and molasses unchanged. Flour quiet superfine $10 50@10 75. Corn better enquiry $1 2001 40 whole Range. Oats firm stocks Light $1 15. A Hay Choice in demand s28,poorer grades neglected. Pori no sales offering at �20. Bacon Little enquiry jobbing lots sell atl4@14a for shoulders 10jjfof sides and 18022 for hams. Lard quiet pierces 13. Gold 13i�.140. ,sterling51 a York sight a a a Premium. Washington july 27.Tho testimony in the Surratt Case was closed Aud the arguments commenced to Day. A judge Fisher ruled upon the motion to strike out testimony and admits All in relation to the attack on Seward and intended attack on Johnson As part of the Fame transaction that resulted in Tho murder of Lincoln. The testimony of Surratt shooting Union prisoners was admitted As showing malice. The evidence As to Jacob Thompson s complicity was ruled out. Carrington made the opening speech addressing the court on five Legal Pointa sub Mitton. To spoke three hours and will Continuo his remarks to Tho jury on monday. He will probably occupy Tho whole and Morrick will follow for Tho defense. Pier Pont will close speeches will occupy All of the Timo next week. Tho National Bank of Una Della Otsego county new York has failed. Liabilities $200,0c0, in consequence of produce speculations. The remaining portion of table Rock was blown away to Day. is reported hero that five thousand coolies expected to arrive at new Orleans. Con the Revenue receipt?./p.-Itey ser amp. A it Are exp la a commit of the celestial government with certain planters in Alabama Louisiana and Texas. It is reported that Sickles has arrested several military officers of his department for meddling in politics. Richmond va., july 27.a Mee ing was held to Day of citizens of Henrico county presided Over in or. Henry Stearns and delegates appointed Iother August convention. Savannah july 27.Cotton firm. Sales 115 Bales. Middling Uplands -25c. Receipts 90 bait. Washington july 27.Tho Points of Law. Submitted by Carrington to Day to the court and argued by him were first if believed from the whole evidence that Lincoln received a wound from a pistol fired by John Wilke s Booth in the City of Washington on or about the time named in the indictment which resulted in his death in pursuance of a con a piracy to murder or to assassinate said Lincoln of which conspiracy the prisoner was a member and that the prisoner was at the place and performer the part assigned him towards the execution of a common design they Shu ulu find ii iii guilty us id issued. To sat ter what distance Niy have separated the conspirators or How or apart they. May have been at the time the would was inflicted As aforesaid. Second if believe that the object of said conspiracy was to abduct said Lincoln the president of Theun Teil states of America with a general Resolution of part of the conspirators to resist All who might oppose them in their common design and that while engaged in said unlawful conspiracy one of the conspirators without the knowledge and contrary to the wishes of the conspirators and the informal plan and Piroso of said conspiracy killed the president is aforesaid should find the prisoner guilty a9 indicted. Third if believe from the evidence that at the time president Lincoln was killed As aforesaid the prisoner was either actively or constructively present encouraging aiding abetting and maintaining the principal ,1 they should find bin guilty As indicted although he was neither a ear or an Eye witness to the transaction Lea ing it open for the court to explain the constructive presence for we contend that he constructively present no matter How Tariff he was at the place and keeping Tho Post assigned to him where and in the manner the conspirators supposed he would be Ipp st effective. Fourth if believe from the evidence that president Lincoln was killed As aforesaid in pursuance of said conspiracy of which the prisoner was a member being either actually or constructively present at the time it is a Legal that such presence was with it View to Render Aid and it lies in the prisoner to rebut Euch presumption by snowing that he was there ii the purpose unconnected with conspiracy. A fifth that defence of the Alibi being an affirmative defence the Burden of proof rests upon the defendant to establish it to the Static faction of , by preponderance of evidence. Questions of fact for to decide to be argued on monday Are first. Does it appear from evidence that the assault charged in the indictment was Mado in the manner and about the time stated a and within the jurisdiction of the honorable court ? second does it appear from evidence that the wound which the deceased received As it charged in the indictment caused Bis death a a a third does it appear from evidence that the assault and death were the result of a conspiracy of which the prisoner at the bar was a member fourth what was the original character plan and purpose of the conspiracy filth if it be True that the prisoner was a member of this conspiracy what part did he perform in the general plan sixth where was the prisoner in Point of fact at the time of the assault As charged in the indictment was made was he in a foreign Commonwealth or was he in Washington d. C.?�? seventh. Has not the prisoner at the bar confessed his guilt expressly and by Imp Lica tips ? Washington july 27.dota who is reported an officer in the. White House telegraphs the following to the Baltimore Sun or. Plumb Secretary of legation to Mexico is a now in the United states Aud it is deemed by the Secretary of state absolutely essential that the government should be at once repro a sent a at the Juarez government. Or. Orenburg being in Mexico Aud act no As our minister under commission which expired on the last session of Congress a it is deemed advisable to designate him As the representative of the United states by action of the state department is a. Proved by the president and Cabinet. As yet the president Lias not designated the officer to take command of the fifth District in place of general Sheridan who is understood thereby to be relieved from his present service and assigned to another. About a half a dozen names have been suggested and the probability is that general Hancock May be assigned to the command.there authority Foi saying that it was not nor is it intended to relieve All. District commanders and the president never entertained any idea of relieving Tny of them save general Sheridan. If to latter to assigned to any other duty it is understood that such action will not the letter of Sheridan to general Grant in which Tho attorney general s opinion is characterized As opening p. Broad macadamia de Road to perjury but up on the opinion of Tho president tiit a less partizan and More temperate and Liberal officer than Sheridan should have command of the states of Louisia Uji and Texas and that can execute reconstruction to better and yet a but a Oji Zhc hit a thesis of party or faction. It is fair to say that or. Swoard is absent and the above May be Mere , gathered from Loose Tauc a Tite White Blouse. To believe Flint the italicised words have been misplaced and that they refer to and Are part of the dispatch relating to our re preen Tati be in mexican editor flakes bulletin Washington july 27.senor Romero mexican minister Donarta on leave of absence next month for Home. He has been on duty Here eight years. Chicago july 27.a Hage Ball match was played yesterday Between t to nationals and Excelsior of Chicago. The former won by �49 to 4, whitewashing the Eicel Siors six times. July 28.the tree 5viry securities for National Bank circulation to the amount millions a for deposits of Public monies thirty eight millions National Bank circulation two Hundred Aud Twenty eight millions eight Hundred and six thousand internal Revenue receipts for the week four millions Sis Hundred and seventy eight thousand. Philadelphia july 28.arrived, Steamer Star of the Union from new Orleans. San Francisco july 27.the bulletins Colona letter of july 12, says general Gomez Defeated the troops under general Alvarez and has fairly driven them out of the state. Colona has fared better than any other part of the state. Communication with the Interior has opened. Specie remittances formerly via Tampico and Vera Cruz Are now made by Way of Colona. The last Steamer took two millions from Mozella to Panama. The present Steamer takes out three Hundred and fifty thousand dollars the larges portion being remittances belonging to citizens of Mexico. New Yronne july 29.Cotton firm Aud quiet sales Dull. Flour Dull at so 30@11 00 Southern $9 00�10 25. Who at 2@3u lower Southern Amber 82 40�2 00 White $2 474�?T/. Corn Active and unchanged. Pork s23 85. Groceries firm and quiet. Turpentine 58e,. Rosin s3 >2i�8 50. Freights lower Corn by steam 0c by sail 3je. New Orleans july 29.Cotton firmer. Sales -500 Bales. Low middling 25c. Receipts 529 Bales. Louisiana sugar very quiet Stock Light. Fully fair 14@14ic Cuba sugar firm and Stok Light. Fair l 24@13c. Cuba molasses 50@55c. Flour Dull and Nonina. Choice old s1j new $14. Corn Dull at s115@i 40. Oats firm at is 15. Pork quiet and firmer at $2g 25. Bacon shoulders 14@14j Clear sides 164c sugar cured hams 22�23c. Lard quiet and firm. Pierces 13ie. Gold 140. Sterling 52@54i> new York sight Premium new Orleans july 29.governor Flanders returned a to the City last evening. Five deaths from yellow fever and seventeen from cholera last week. General Berriozabal is having earthworks around Matamoras levelled and ditches filled up. Fort Collego commanding the Road from Brownsville is already gone and nine More forts be razed. These works were built by general Mejia. Washington july 29.a dispatch from Ellsworth Kansas says that fifteen cases cholera and five deaths Are reported. The town almost deserted. Indian raid expected. The prosecuting attorney Carrington occupied the whole Day and nothing done yet j the president most undoubtedly intends transferring general Sheridan to other duty. The administration apprehends deplorable results in Tennessee on thursday. Internal Revenue receipts to Day one millions one Hundred and eighty three thousand dollars. Attorney general Stanbery has gone to the Springs to be absent two weeks. \ the freed teens Bureau has advice stat extreme destitution in the South an Southwest has ceased Aud the Issue of ration except to hospitals and orphan asylums a a extreme cases will cease August 20. J a letter from fort Union new Mexico announces the Navajo indians one Warpath. The great Railroad Bridge Ove he Susyne Hausa at Havre de Grace has a pronounced unsafe. J Washington july 29.the i Ltd of general Thomas dispatch to the presid to is that the troops in Kentucky cannot a spared they. Are needed there to maintain oar. Thomas Hopes with the troops in Tenne e to be Able to maintain order in the Nessee. Larger Europe Ammis Washington july 25.geni Almonte Maximilian s Paris agent is fatal news has been withheld Fri Captain Pes Theroff russian to Transfer the russian posses the Persia. The following is the conc Lusi speech on mexican matters How things passed in the min of previous monarchies but that Tho deliberations which Tho question were conducted Independence and Resolution sadly and solemnly we had i Luct nations of Public opine signed ourselves to pronounce action and gentlemen if i i niggle in the debate ties of ten ill that the him. Missioner arrived in of Rouher a q not know rial counsel assure you place on frankness deliberated gated the my we to a p re feeling 1 should not hesitate to say Thi had a fore cast of the future that if i Coulee foreseen an odious murder at the tar ration of the struggle i admit i should i perhaps recoiled before expressing personal opinion of the movement Fine the reason was adopted and order for the evacuation Given on i fourteenth of january. But we at was the Acter of the withdrawal was it a Retreat re the malcontent troops ? our soldiered but Little the armed bands of Juar it id Porfirio Diaz hear hear was it that Ndon ment of Maximilian ? did we not j to for him All the sympathy due to a com cause an which was destined to be fun increased by a fearful misfortune he ear be endeavoured to delay the. Do re. Of. Our troops who Lefiu three port we hoped still to be Able to Consolida i tottering throne and when the fatal to arrived we sent an Aid de Camp from the juror Napoleon to implore the to leave that theatre of Gnel be French troops. Alas he would not achy will be one Day vanquished Ana innocent blood which has been flowed Job avenged. A i do not know when that Duy come but when Mexico free and Happell look into her history she in i just of the enthusiasm of her of sympathy and gratitude for fraud to minis ter resumed his seat in the Nof loud applause. By the Cable. London july 25�? 2, p. M.�?. Liverpool july 25�?2p. improvement in Busic the opening and a birr f sales Ore estimated now at breads Tufi u generally Nichai advanced 3d. Tullow 9d. Dublin july 25.�? a nude in evian prisoners were cheered to a Tallu and the Polipo guards Jig Thorn we go st a lbs Boito Only a a is 94.j. E has been ton since prevails i has austice Hoa Ben declared Between Russia and Tho Kahn of fio Klynn. Paris july 25.the corps la gis Latif yesterday passed All provisions in Tho Bridget for extraordinary expenditures. The la gis Latif adjourned. London july 25 a that the military Force under his command have suppressed the insurrection and that the War in candid is Over. Southampton july 20�?the raft nonpareil arrived All Well. London july 20�?noon.Consols 94 j. Bonds 72 13-16. Liverpool july 26�?noon.cotton�?sales 10,000 Bales Uplands 10. Orleans 10g. Sales for the week 72,000 Bales Export and speculation 21,000 Bales. Stock 697,000�? whereof 363,000 american. Weather unfavourable for crops. General Market unchanged. London july 26, 2 p. M.Consols 94j. Bonds 72 11-16. A a Liverpool july 26, 2 p. M a Cotton firmer but not quotable higher All other articles unchanged. Florence july 2g.baron rotto seso prime. Minister of Italy offers to Garrison the City of Pomn. With National troops to protect it against ii Ribaldi. London july 26�?evening,Consols 94 Bonds 7211-16. Frankfort july 26.�?-Bonds 76g. Liverpool july 26 a evening.Cotton Market closed firmer and More Active an Advance of g established on All grades. Bread stuffs unchanged. Provisions quiet and steady. Produce Dull and prices generally unchanged. A London july 26.sugar firmer. New Orleans 12s. Dutch Standard 25@26s. St. Petersburg july 26.the, russian government has issued orders to its agents in China to sustain Tho City of Hanson As a Tea Market. A Vienna july 26.Napoleon sent a note to the King of Prussia urging him to surrender the danish province North Schleswig to Denmark. The emperor of Austria declines to interfere. Bre Jjo a july 26.a couple of Prussia conscripts deserted and reached an american vessel Ai Bremer Haven and was about sailing when the prussians threatened to open a Battery on the ship. After a Short Parley the a deserters were surrendered. London july 27�?noon. A Consols 94. Bonds 72$. Liverpool Only 2,7.Cotton firm and do Tive sales 12,000 Bales. Middling Uplands a 10. Orleans 10-�. Bread stuffs quiet. London july 27.ex-King Otto of Greece die d of measles. A a Vienna july 27.the Sultan arrived Audia the guest emperor Francis j Useph. The official journal of this City says tis the right and interest of Napoleon to enforce the treaty of same paper says Czar sent a letter to to King of Prussia to some effect. A Liverpool july 27�?2 p. M.Cotton firm but not so Active prices unchanged. Lard 44a. 9d. Bacon 42s. 9d. Fino Rosin 15s., others unchanged. London july 27.Consols steady at 93n. Bonds 721. Frankfort july 27.Bonds 76$. London july 27.japan advices via Hong Kong report that the american ship Anna Kimball was seized and heavily labelled by the Commodore of the american Squadron for violation of the treaty stipulation Between the United states and China in bringing a cargo of Rice from a port not open to Trade. Cherbourg july 27. A the Empress eur Euie visited yesterday the United states Steamer Colorado now lying at this port and wag received with full honors. Salutes were fired Yards manned and the vessel gaily decked with colors from Stem to Stern. American a vessels French men of War and other shipping were profusely decorated. The Empress was received by the Captain of the american Steamer Colorado and was conducted through various parts of Tho ship. At Tho conclusion the visit the Empress expressed herself Inch by pleased with Tho appearance of the ship and gratified with her warm reception. The Empress left for Shore amid enthusiastic cheers from the sailors who manned Yards and a parting Salute from the great guns of tie Colorado. Paris july 27.admiral Farragut was received at a state dinner with the emperor Napoleon dinner Given by emperor especially m Farragut a Honor. The French minis nue an a i a ther members a a Tho Impe rial Cabinet find general Dix were Amon the invited guests. A a. Paris july 28.the Moni eur positively denies Tho truth of Tho statement that Tho emperor sent a note to Prussia urging the surrender of the Northern districts of Schleswig to Denmark. Berlin july 28.notwithstanding 3ione tour s official denial of Napoleons note to the King of Prussia in regard to North Schleswig the Semi official journals of Berlin con \ Tine to Urgo King William to repel Tho intrusion of the French emperor in the political affairs of Germany. Or. Petersburg july 28.the emperor issued a Jease uniting Tho territory recently captured m Central Asia under one governs ment commander general Kaufman. A , july 28.Bonds Strong at 771. London july 28,but Little rain throughout England for the past week. Weather dry Quot Aud beat excessive. Pauls july 29.this mornings Moni eur declares that the rumours of War prevalent on the continent Are without foundation. London july 29.the sincerity of the Moni Teuro a repeated denials of War rumours is doubted Here. The times says these rumours will Check Trade generally in Btij next Spring. A crusade against ground squirrels the Sacramento Bee is declaiming in genuine Peter the Hermit style against the ground squirrels Aud gophers of California. It asserts that in the Alameda and Santa Clara valleys the Farmers Havo actually been driven by these Little pests from some of their Best lands that after the Grain has been reaped and shocked it is not at All unusual to see a from two to three Hundred of them running about in a single Field that their settlements like those of the Prairie dog extend for Miles each Barrow sheltering from one to Steinl mates and that it would hardly to an Exna aeration to say that they eat one Fourtin of to so annual wheat crop. It Calls upon the state agricultural society to offer at onco. A Liberal --�?~�ot2le of Imd Csc a psf method of Quot Quot extermination
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