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Galveston Flakes Semi Weekly Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 8, 1867, Galveston, Texas Xxv Way la Fri we a Kly ,5_tol -not177telegraphic. Up lit i. A a Hobo cited Preas i ifipatclierr7�?�?7 a new York. Juno 4.�?Gold 13 a a. Cotton Qadi it at �?�27i@2b. Freights Dull. New to in june 3.�?Tho Board of visitors organized new Yoke june 3.�?arrived, Tho. Tybee from Galveston Raj Dan from new Orleans and Fairbanks from Wilmington. Washington. June 3.�?Panama dates of the 25th ult. Are received. Congress has dissolve Many of tiie opposition members declared null and void All the Laws passed luring the ses Don mud h five Quot formed Bogota into a Federal District with one of their Adhe. Rent As governor and sent a circular to the v re out states calling for a re election of it .�?�ii�rc.ss�ieu. Rii re appears to lie a general break a a gang in to Rai Oil be hollers it the a in Rio by in re cd two Jud Eil of the. amp a of. We a a in resign and. T v i s. Ii Tai in i Hui a a a a Vas Rai aug All the troops lied. Emba going All vessels on the Xiv Ali. All occurred the latter Davs Quot april. Aud the result mainly of Coli action of subjects of Steamer la Aice. Uyl a Ami an attack by Mosquera a troops Var ail Vuil authorities of Magdalena. The committee 011 Constitution and Laws propos do impeach the president Secretary v Var and other officers but were awaiting a Miu Ivity report when the president sprung Jec a i upon them were at Panama that it c mint under lope/., was marching against Aspinw. Santander Magdalena Panama Ami Dundam arca were believed Tobe Lavo Rable 1 to eyes Sion from the Federal the president of Magdalena had virtually thrown Elf Las allegiance and the officials in a Panama had determined to do Iso if the news from Bogota were confirmed. The Steamer Kago meanwhile Vas closely cornered Between Tho spaniards americans and Mosquera. Tho american commander of the Osceola had determined to seize her if file showed the i Kiuei ican ii \g7 and clix Ispay a a cards had determined to Miza her if to a tru. Claimed her As his personal june 3.�?the Treasury department has advices from the Asiatic Squadron health Good. There has been no privateers in the chinese seas since a september a the death of Captain John p. Bankhead at Oden of the Mouth of the red. Sea is con a Medr a a flnrdec53red_wssilie son of 1 lie Lato jumps Bankhead of South Carolina. Washington june 3.�?jefferson Davis will Resillez during the summer at in Agaric a Beautiful Little Village a file residence Lias been a a de p for his . Washington june 3.�?the radicals have the. City by to it 1 qty five Hundred majority. And have a majority of Tho City a Anncil. North i Are june. 3, 300 Miles West of Omaha. A senator w Ade with the excursion party accompanied by general Sherman arrived Here. Weather delightful the party tro Supply de with Rifle and shooting antelopes from tiie car which Are plentiful along the. Of Asi Zinoros jul Tkv the special. commissioners of 011 behalf of the government a that state and Tho Board of levee t -Muj�lssion-.-r.-. Recently appointed by governor Clit has presented a petition to the. President asking him to reverse Sheri Dati c Saleable double extra $12@14 Choice. $18. Corn firm and in Good Supply yellow mixed $1 15�1 20 Choice White $1 12@1 15. Oats in Light Supply at 95c.@$l. Prime Western hay__at._$28@29. Per $ 24@25 37. Lard quiet and firm at 13@13.\c. In pierces and 14.i�14jc. In kegs. Bacone shoulders scarce and held it at 10c. Rib Side 12c. Clear sides 144@14� sugar cured hams 154@15ic. Gold 13�i. Sterling 147@lol new York sight a por cent Premium. A new Orleans junv4.�?genaral Sheridan so removal of governor Wells is commented on favourably by the press and appears to be regarded favourably by a majority of the peo pie. Baker the newly appointed Street commissioner is one of the registers of the first District. Washington june 4�?T.�?.attorney-general Stanberry is in receipt of Many letters with questions regarding the Quot Point and answers to which in his Cann i lawfully give but there a re assurances that a supp mental opinion based upon abstracts f Foni state Laws will be proposed Aud promulgated in ample time to meet the issues. Alexander Delmas director statistical of the Lent was . Mem Lier of the French statistical Bureau. Advices from colonel Barker a member of general Grant s staff West to. Investigate the fort Carney massacre corroborates the reports of Indian hostilities und stated unofficially that Sherman will take the he d immediately. Washington june 4.�?ou account of the unexpectedly Large receipts of a miscellaneous character torn the internal re Veigue towards the close of last month and the Small Requin sit ions from other departments the debt statement for May will show a considerable reduction of the debt. Internal Revenue receipts to Day $17025,000. The monthly debt statement will be published tomorrow. General Stanberry has returned from new York. General Sheridan a notions of a yesterday have produced sensation in political circles. It is confidently expected that ? will on his Rettin from a Raleigh take the Reivik. A a it is stated that Durant has declined the governorship of Louisiana. Mobile june 4.�?the following order was received by mayor Houton Aud two or three of. Tho common Council summoning the i to appear at la of clock at the Headquarters of the 3d military District a a a-n7anta-May 31r 1�oc7 order no. 34. A in pursuance to the recon emendation of general Swayne commanding District of Alabama touching the recent disturbances at order deposing g it a Wells appointees appointing a a Quot Board of levee com iii iss of .ev.-. 1 it petition sets Forth that in p irs an a to i. Of l Louisian the gov a of r v state Najip United a Board of v to the repair of the Rev is and that tiie . And his0111--Inissiii n is ure prevented from prosecuting Liis by the to Elution of an order is by Shi rid air Oli the 3d of Mifty 18t7, which order abolished the Board of cum is. ,ted by Weils Ani other i.1 �.��<1 and directs the latter to receive. Vei Noi Wells appointees the property k. That at the time of and immediately that issuing �1 Sheridan , the j r of la Quot iii la Vee cominis rioters were luit Tully performing their special Linuel according to the intent Aucul the Anion of tiie Tawf. state acid were now under the operation /1 the Laws of Congress nor had Tho. Refused or. Neglected to perform any of the functions of Liei Rufice Nur were Thev lingering or obstructing any of the Ollie ers of said state or for the United states from a Jim a cd iou of the state or Federal Laws. That order of Sheridan was wholly unauthorized by the Laws a and is ail unwarrantable Idanys order was issued of he agent of Louisiana was successfully negotiating Loans 011 Bonds provided for that Purpuse by Harste that in cons Pience of the action of Sheridan and the doubt and Hii certainty resulting us to Tho Quot tenure and j Gallity of Board of commissioners these negotiations ceased. Tomt Oie diet Tige to Tuo property and the suffering of Tho people was almost incalculable that the regular courts in and for the Stato of Louisiana were open at the Date of Sheridan nud were previously and that they had been open Ever since and Are com Peirent to Ltd hear and determine Troverso of litigation if any shall arise us to t in Powers of the governor or the Legal Ity of the acts of his Levco to at Sheridan a have organized and demanded from governor Wells appointees the surrender of properly act pertaining to their Trust including four Mil hons dollars in Bonds that there is reason for apprehending a Liflie Cully and conflict of authority Between Wells state officer and a Endrai Sheridan a Board that Tho interest of Louisiana and her people will be jeopardized if Sheridan shall be permitted to enforce an or. Jec uni Pelleg the surrender of said Bonito an illegal Board. And finally for the reasons Forth _ the petitioners ask that the., order of. She Fiden or revoked and state authorities he permitted. To proceed in the exe Cut Ign of the Laws of Trio Stato on this showing. The Quot president yesterday referred the petition to Tho Secretary of War for Early Consi action with the direction hat nil tii a r proceedings by the Sheridan Board be suspended Emtil further information. vomit june -1.�?cott�m firm and1 in fair demand sales of 2100 Bales at �?~274f�28e. Nov ins Juno -1.�?Cotton.firmer�?sales 1850 bales1, Low middling 25, receipts for the a t four Days 2112 Bales exports 0922. Sugar and Mol asses who quotations. Flour a a -1 y Dull fresh a Tver if $11 to Tock a therein stated the officers of the City tax collector., fifty treasurer aldermen and common Council of Mobile Aro hereby vacated by removal of the present incumbents. The new appointees were inaugurated immediately after the promulgation of this order. , n. C., june -1.�?this afternoon the president and party attended a dinner. Tiie entertainment was in elegant style, . The president with1 a Secretary Sci Rard and Standall and others this a. M., visited the several state charitable institutions in the Vicinity. The party leaves Here to Morro v morning to attend commencement exercises at the state quiver. Sity Ute Cha Pel Gilill. They May sojourn there till Friday. Washington june 4.�?-judges King , and in Ozir of Tennessee have been impeached by their respective Stuto senates. Niv you. Juno 4. A the constitutional convention organized. A. Yvheele.r.,.,. . In w you june -1. A Money easy 011 Call at a �.7 per cent., with a Good demand priv be a <1 8 ounts 7in.7j. The government has stopped Selvog the new o-2il a and will sell no More until the coupons Are paid off pay Lents from Bankers Are to be 111ado very easy which must red Jee the demand for Money Sterling Dull prime Bankers 1 Lei ill 10,&Quot ii id. Closed steady at 13iivrc.l37. The sub tri usury receipts Are $3,72o, payments $00100 balance $120.-801.000 custom receipts #207,000 Gold rates 5121.000 Quot. To Tonto c. W., june 4.�?a fashionable wedding took Dace at the st. James Cathedral to Day Vav. Hyde editor of the st. Louis be pub can a was married to miss Benson a Southern lady who has resided Here for some time. The Cathedral was densely crowded. Jefferson l Avis a. Mason j. N. Juliian colonel Dorsey and other Southern celebs. Ties were present Davis of being recon a sized was nud created quite a pc nation. New Yoi i. June o. Flour 2> lower. Tork lower�?$�?~23 00. Hard Diilio to 12�@13 i whiskey steady. Cotton Dull it. 27fw28.\ freight a quiet and firm. New Yoni june 5�? stocks 7 per cent. Sterling imchitnped.___.g_oid_13.fjj____ coupons �?T02, 100,1. Virginia tis g7. Quot Cou Pouh �?T64, gof 70 new a Bubuc registered 08a ,i�?T00. Boston Juno 5.�?the Cuba railed with $210,000 specie peruvian arrived with 700 a passenger new York june.5.�?arrived,,--Souder, from Charleston and Bremen Heve a Lin from Liverpool. Aojany june 5. A Hon. L. Harris Hiscock a Slomber of. The constitutional convention was shot dead to Day by general Colo late of the cavalry be Irvine who alleged that while he was in the army had raped his wife. Washington May 5.�?tnornas j. Durant Lias by Telegraph to general Sheridan absolutely declined the governorship of Louisiana. Havana Juno 1.�?one of Maxi Milliun a War vessels arrived with a prize captured Oil Yucatan. A partial arrangement Between Captain general Mansens and m. Hoffman Juarez consular agent has been effected. The iii shop of Havana is about sending the Pope #o0,000, contributions. Tho cuban sugar crop is expected to Fah Sciort 10 per cent. Aug Sta june Pope Lias issued the following order 1st. The interference of Tho at Mobile with a newspaper of that City is unauthorized Aud entirely disapproved lie will it once undo whatever action he has taken. 2d. The duty of Tho military authorities in this District is to secure to Tho people Tho utmost Freedom of speech anti of Tho press a con in stunt with Law and not to restrict no satisfactory execution of Tho Lato acts of ,wa.c- a Quot a la this freed a ii secured and its exercise protected by the usual Legal Means. 3d no officer or Soldier in this command will hereafter interfere with newspapers or speakers on any pretext whatever. If disturbance is feared from there sources Tho necessary precis ution to preserve Rejha peace willbe taken in the manner and through the agents prescribed in general orders no. 25, from these Headquarters. 4th. Treasonable utterances Are not a legitimate exercise of the Freedom of discussion but even in such Case whatever action is taken must be by direct orders from these Headquarters and not by any subordinate authority.1 by command of Brevet major general John pop a a. New , june 5. Cotton sales 1,900. Bales Linn and unchanged Low middling 20jc. Receipts 01?2 Bales exports 5,10-1 Bales j As ascertained Stock taken by actual count 9 "1, 902 Bales sugar and molasses no Alc s no quotation flour very dam no prices �?.superfine�?T#11 of Ell 25 Choice Extrie il7 50 518 00. Corn Dull and unchanged yellow mixed is 15 "1 20 White scarce at #1 j0 o.il_22 at 95c. To in 00. Coffee unchanged. Bacon shoulders very scarce at 10c. Rib 12c. Clear 13,. Lard steady and firm pierces 13ac. Keg 14 a �>14 i. Cents. Pork Dull no sales quoted $24 25. Gold 130. Sterling -17 v51 new York sight \ Premium. New , june 5.�?the Board of levee commissioners appointed by governor Wells met Here to Day and perfected their Kobe. B. Little president e. H. Dagmar chief Eugi Heerz in c. Snet tii Secretary. The. Elections Are excellent and give general satisfaction. They assure the Immy Diate re building acid repairing of the levees of this stated. General Longstreet Pam in a ies a letter in this be publican Coli Tilinina the follow ing paragraph a the military Biu and Quot the constitutional amendment Are peace offerings to should accept them As such and place ourselves upon them As tie starting Point from which to a meet the future political issues a they Arike Quot governor Wells publishes a letter addressed to Tho president protesting against his removal and another very caustic addressed to Sheridan in which he says that there is not u word of truth in the charge that he was in a pm of thei iawaiolcongress.i-. Montgomery ala., june 5.�?the Black re publican convention of Alabama adjourned 7e diit6-Day, after a two Days session tiie proceedings of the first Day were confined chiefly to completing the organization. H. Smith of Landolph formerly a colonel in the Federal army was elected president a and with Lin Thor teen vice presidents and four secretaries. The officers and committees were selected without distinction of color. Forty Odd counties were represented by about 170 delegates. To Day the committee on platform made the following report which was unanimously adopted wide Krak the Loyal Man of Alabama desire the earliest practicable settlement of the disturbed condition of the country and whereas we believe that the establishment of Justice is essential to enduring peace that patriotism be exalted As a virtue that it is the duty 0,1 the Stato to cherish All its people an d whereas those who assert these principles Are throughout the Union known As Republican ,. / lie solved that the Republican Union party of Alabama declare itself a part of Aud in Alliance with the National Republican party of a lie Union and is the unconditional Friend of the Union of these states. Resolved that we endorse the action of Congress 011 the question of reconstruction and will heartily Endeavor to carry out the same to sits conclusion. Beso ived that we will Endeavor to secure by amendments o the Constitution and Laws of the United states and of this state the a a qua right of All men to the. Full enjoyment the right o citizenship without distinction on account of color. A resolved that we tire the friends and and. Vacates of free speech free press free ,-.-and the most Liberal provision by the state Lor the purpose of educating the people thereof and henceforward there is to be no distinction made Between the inhabitants of the state in civil and political rights on account of color or previous condition. Resolved that we discount Nance All attempts to stir up strife among the people be la Ruig such a course to be every Way injurious to the Coli Irv resolved that those men who stood firm to the cause of the Union Aro entitled to the Confidence which is the Reward of patriotism Aud Fidelity in every Laud. Resolved that we pledge our endeavours to effect the removal of Tho tax on Cotton and Quot the state poll tax and to establish As Quot a Rule in this state that who tax paid Quot by new fyn a Mirn shall be exactly in proportion to the value of his property and none other. Resolved that to recommend to Tho people of Tho state that they Manifest to the world their determination to abide by the prescribed Tetra of restoration Aud by electing to office these men who can comply in All respects with the requirements of acts of the Congress of the United states and to support Lor office Only such men As Aro Truo to the Union Aud who prefer Tho government of the United states to any other that could to formed. Resolved that All a men Havo a cordial Welcome to political Equality on this base., Raleigh. C.,june 5.�?chief Justice Chase arrived 011 the evening train Aud was welcomed at the depot by a. Largo concourse of White and coloured citizens. The mayor on his arrival at the hotel extended ii col dial greeting in appropriate Omar in to which or. Chase responded thanking him1 for the hospitality Ami saving he was1 glad the time had Como when All stood in equal Light in Law Irr Espee Tivo of color or previous condition. His speech was received with enthusiastic applause. Cato it june 5. A Mcculloch has issued a circular regarding the docked Haft to valves nud authorizing Tho use of either of live namely America Robinson Farrar Mason and my marshy subject to the usual inspection regarding workmanship and Quality of material. It is officially announced that Tho Treasury is prepared to redeem compound interest notes As they shall mature. By payment of of 10 Tho treasurer or either assistant treasurers at new York Philadelphia or . Washington june 5.�?Tho debt bearing Coin interest increased $61,441,000 currency bearing interest decreased $41,423,000 Bear no interest increased s3g8.000 decrease of 815,492,000 increase of currency $38.827,000 total de reason of debt $5,170, 100. Internal Revenue receipts to Day $070,000. New York june 5.�?the wife of the h011. D. Barrenger of North Carolina died Here yesterday. Albany june 5.�?the convention adjourned in respect to Hancock. Concord june 5.�? the new Hampshire legislature has organized general Griffin speaker of the House and pm. T. Park president of the Senate. Omaha june 5.�?the earnings of Tho Union Pacific Railroad now running to North Platte Are officially reported at $261,728 for a track laying is progressing rapidly. Salt Ion june 5.�?the state elective committee Holden Wing of the Republican party held a meeting at the Standard office and invited the republicans throughout the state to hold Prim tiry meetings Quot in every county to elect delegates to a general state convention which assembles in this City of the first monday in september next. 1 chief Justice Chase is receiving the members of the bar now in the City. To has created a favourable impression and the utmost cordiality prevails. New York june 5.�?Money Active and firm at fi@7 per cent on miscellaneous collateral prime discounts quiet at 7�. Gold closed firm at 1303. Sterling quiet and steady. Prime banker a Bills 10@104. A governments arid stocks closed steady. Sub Treasury receipts s3,704,000 payments $2,440,000. A new York june 0.�?stocks heavy. Money 7 per cent. Gold 13g.j. Sterling Timo 10 sight 10i. Coupons of �?T02 109jj. Flour 25c lower. Wheat drooping. Corn 2@3c lower. Pork lower mess $22 70. Lard Dull at 12� @13.c, whisky quiet. Cotton Dull and de Clining middling 27 be. Freights quiet. A new Yoke Juno cd a Cotton Dull. Declined Quot i to la. Sales 927 Bales. Flour Active at the decline sales 9,000 barrels Stato $8 75� "11 go Southern mixed to Good $10 75@12 50 fancy extra $12 g0@15 50. Wheat Dull Market in favor of buyers. Western mixed Corn new $1 8@l-Loc--Oldl-$l-1501-19c. Gold 136i. New Orleans june 850 a Bales a Slarko Travea lows middling nominally 25e. Receipts 393 Bales sugar trifling rates Choice 134@13.jc incite Rico 12i@13c. Flour Dull fresh superfine quoted at $11 Choice $17@18. Corn Dull yellow and mixed a t2i@115 a Igitol 20 a l 20i. Oats quiet at 95c. Hay prime to Choice Western $27�29. Bjork Dull at $24 00 @24 25. Bacon in request shoulders 9$c rib sides 12c Clear co 13c. Gold 136. Sterling 47@51. New York sight a Premium. St. Joseph Mot june 0.�?t. Durant late manager of the Union Pacific Railroad has server an injunction against the further laying Gir he truck. Extensive complications. Grow out of Durant a removal. The citizens of Cottonwood Aro ordered to re re Ain at Home to guard their houses. Six men were killed recently in Vicinity of the town. Montana advices report an increased yield and shipments of Gold Over former year. Tom Little arrested on suspicion of being concerned in Tho late Richmond Bank robbery has been hanged by 11 my a at Warrens Burg. Washington Quot june 0.�?the Revenue Cutter. Lincoln stationed on the Pacific coast has been ordered to prepare for a permanent cruise off russian America to look after the Revenue. The russian authorities having authorized its a agents to admit american ship Menf properly manifested six members of the coast Survey and two men assigned from have been permanently a attached to the Lincoln for the purpose of obtaining general information regarding the country. Revenue receipts to Day $622,000. A ,radmiral4vm a us had an attack of vertigo yesterday he is Here arranging to take command of the Mediterranean Squadron. It is stated that Schofield a registration orders meets with Stanton and Grants a prov i Al. Grant forwarded them to Ord for direction not officially however Sheridan telegraphs As follows to general Grant regarding the Progress of registration in Louisiana new Orleans la., june 4. To general Araica of tie unit red states i have returns of registration from most of the parishes of this state also reports of officers supervising the same and report to Yott Tho greatest. Success and the Best of feeling a existing among the people. P. H. Sheridan major general. New York Quot a Leno gig the directors of the Western Union Telegraph company at a meeting Heid in this City on the 5th inst., unania Ino v a solve a to accede to the provisions of t. Tonal Telegraph Law passed by con Giess and directed that necessary notices be filed the postmaster genral immediate. 1. By this action Tho govern meet acquire Tho right to Purchase Tho lines and property at a v Lushtion to be determined by commissioners chose ii two by the company two by the United states and one by the other five shall decide to make the Telegraph a part of the postal the company also acquired the right to build and maintain their Lino along the railroads and highways in the United states which have been or shall hereafter be decreed to be Post roads and Over All Tho Public lands without charge. It has been claimed that the Law above referred to give these important privileges exclusively to another company. This is a mistake As the provisions Are Gene eral and As the Western Union company owns 01 controls All the lines in Tho country whatever value they possess must be greater to that company than to any Otheir this action Chi it fail to exert an important and beneficial influence on Tho interests ,.,of the a Telegraph company. If the government should hereafter decide to take the entire or even partial control of the Telegraph business it win it undoubtedly Purchase or arrange Lor the Uso of the lines und property of this company which it is claimed but not now to to duplicated for a mucin larger sum thunks represented by the Pressi Price of i Cue june 5.�?it is Semi officially reported Prussia refused to comply with the expressed desire of Napoleon that it would pledge itself against any future arming of the fortress Hastadt. London june 5.�?hibernia touched at Queenstown. Steamer Worcester Froni Liverpool for Baltimore put in Here machinery damaged. Liverpool june 5�?evening.�?breadstuffs unchanged provisions quiet mess declined is. Lard 49s. Id. Bacon 40s. Lon Donjune 5.�?lord Mon Csc has been appointed Viceroy of tiie Dominion of is understood that the grand Turk proposes visiting Victoria during july after visit ing Napoleon. A Berlin june 5.�?Tho plan of the Zollverein for All Germany including the states of the South of Germany As Well As those comprised in the North Germani confederation has been formed. A a the Chainer of a deputies of the grand Quot duchy of Hesse voted in favor of entering the North German confederation. Frankfort. June 5�?evening.�?Bonds 78�?z. London Juno 94i. Bonds ,72$. _. Liverpool june quiet. Estimated Ojales 10,000 Bales. Middling up lands 11 id Orleans 11 bread stuffs quiet. �?corn�?deeliued-to�?37s-9d a provisions unchanged. Pork 79s. Other articles unchanged. Liverpool june ��?2 p. to Tho Large receipts from the United states Cotton a decline dry id very Dull re sales do not sex Quot exceed 8000 Bales one third of which goes to speculators. Middling Uplands la Llyd. No change in other articles. London june 6�?2 p. declined s Illinois Central advanced 4 others uis�f13aei i Ewe. London Juno 4�?noon�?consoln 94 sex dividend Bonds 73. Live Pool june 4�?-noon.�?Cotton firm estimated sales 15,000 Bales middling us it lands lib Ilid. Orleans lid. Common Rosin 7s. Fine 13s. Spirits turpentine 33s. Tallow 44s. Liverpool june 4, 2 p. has advanced is. Since opening. Market otherwise unchanged. Manchester quiet. Goods firm. London june 4, 2 p. advanced a i and Illinois Central a since noon other Wise unchanged. London june 5�?noon, 94i Bonds 72j.&Quot. Liverpool june of noon. estimated sales 12,000bales Uplands hid. Orleans old. Liverpool june 4, was less Active during the latter part of the Day but closed very firm. Sales 12,000 Uplands 11 d. Orleans old. Bread stuffs easier. Corn declined 9d. Since yesterday. London june 5�?evening.�?consols 94$. ,.j7.3__________________________ s i Al g i a. X. S. New Vorlik Star apis. New York june 7.�?Gold open at 1360. New =7�?11 a. 13g. Cotton Market Dull but prices Aro unchanged middling tip lands nominally 27c Orleans 28c. By i lie Cable. N Liverpool june 7.�?cotton�?sales of the week were 95,000 Bales sales to speculators and for Export 24,000 Bales Stock on hand 853,000 Bales american 463,000 Bales. In Crasci of Bullion in the Bank of England. £537,000. London june 7, 11 a. 941 5-20�?Ts 73. A a a a Liverpool june 7, 11 a. Market Dull. Prices not quoted lower. Uplands old Orleans Llyd. Quot Quot Liverpool june 7, 1 30 p. Cotton easier nominally unchanged. Tiie release of Jeff. Davis opinions of the Brills in Ress. From the London times May 15. The americans when they interceded Witlip our government for the lives of the fenian convicted in Canada did certainly not preach where they were unprepared to practise. Since the conclusion of the War the North though severe on the Southern Community has Given. Way to no Anin Josities against individuals. No one has been put to death in America for a what the North has declared to be treason very few hate been molested if they chose to a acquiesce in the restored Anlo and to take no part in politick. The leniency of the government has however been carried to its furthest Point by the release on bail of or. Jefferson Davis after a Captivity of two years. Whether he will Ever be brought to trial seems to to still Uncertain but we May almost predict that in any Case the punishment inflicted on him will not be extra Csc. We cause that Ali Case of. America this is the Wisest policy Ana that it is Best not to give renewed rancor Tho animosities of the South by any of severity. A similar forbearance would have its Good effects in Ireland also. R from the London Telegraph May 15-1 at last Tho sex president of the late. Confederate states of America has been released from his Captivity. Jefferson Davis is no longer a prisoner in fortress Monroe. The Telegram which conveys this announcement explains that the release is on bail and that or. Davis is under Bonds to appear before the court in november next but it is evident that the intention to bring him to trial has been abandoned. Indeed his imprisonment has been for More than a year past considered a reproach to Public Justice and Tho most eminent of the Republican leaders have not a coupled to denounce the prolonged confinement without trial As a disgrace to the country. The Case however one with which no government would have found it easy to Deal. At the time when the assassination of or. Lincoln had thrown the whole country into a frenzy of passionate desire for vengeance and when or. Davis was supposed to have instigated the crime government might easily have obtained a verdict against him at Tho close of the War. Fortunate was it for the Good name of the american people that difficulties hindered such a proc Beijing till the passions of Tho country had time to Cool. From the London Star Hay 14. No More remarkable proof could to afforded of Tho clemency of Tho americans towards political offenders. _ at one. Time Publio feeling was Strong against Davis now. It has cooled a Down into indifference if not
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