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Galveston Flakes Semi Weekly Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 12, 1867, Galveston, Texas Sem week pm 1 Quot a a Yky y away v v o vol. V Galveston wednesday morning june 12, 1867� telegraphic. Amorin cd press new Yoke Juno in Active demand Market at 7 of miscellaneous and g on govern Jerii collateral discounts quiet 7@ 7i Sterling steady business Light Prizio Bankers 10j@10 i. Gold olo Sod Dull at 13gi @1304. Governments closed quiet and steady. Stocks More Bouyat and generally higher. Raleigh University exercises Aro ovoid at Chapel Hill. Tho president and party left hero this morning of their return trip and Aro everywhere received with marked hospitality and respect but Public dec Ibn stations Are Calm compared with those at Tho North. Every one expresses themselves pleased with the excursion. Major general a Sickles and stall the mayor and governor Worth accompanied the party Back to Raleigh. Hill May party to Day attended commencement exercises at. The University they were escorted hither by a procession including and officers of the institution and governor Worth. Before the War Tho average number of pupils was 500, but now there is not More than 100. A Bull Given to night to the graduating class was attended by a portion of Tho presidential party. President and friends Leav quiere on Friday and return Here to Washington saturday afternoon. , x. Y.,Juno 0.Tho jury in Tho Case of Prather Wadsworth amp co., Tofpi Liole pa., against the Western Union Telegraph company to Roe Over 810,000 damages for Money obtained by swindle on a dispatch forwarded by Tho w. And u. S. Telegraph Comparios returned a verdict in favor of Tho plaintiffs allowing them $11,271. The court judge Davis presiding ordered Plain Tiff to recover 2 per cent of verdict As extra allowed. Stay proceedings have Boon granted and exceptions filed. Cleveland june is the second Day of the state episcopal convention. Tho chief feature of interest was a letter from Rev. Or. Bedell assistant Bishop of Tho i Occaso of Ohio now in Homo taking Strong. Low Church ground Ani Luara itemizing ritualism is contrary to the spirit of the prayer Book and urging a strict adherence to Tho forms of worship proscribed therein. Tho letter was powerful and will to received by the convention. Richmond Juno 0,�? who. Register of voters a commence in this City Oil Tho 17th inst.,-to Continuo Ono week. Edward a. Pollard has entered suit against we. James Revenue collector for property in Washington sold by confiscation and purchased by James. Philadelphia Juno g.ra boiler exploded at half past ten of sat Sou Street demolishing a a it Story building. 13 persons were dug out amp in dead 2 died almost immediately twelve others supposed to to in Tho ruins. New Yoke june 7.stocks Strong. Money 7 per cent. Gold 13g�. Sterling time 100 10& right 18g2, coupons Lodi. Pour l u a/20c. Lover. Wheat 2 it to. Lower. Corn quiet and unchanged. Pork quiet at $22 75. Lard Dull at l2�134c. Cotton Dull at 27.�? freights York. June 7.stocks Strong. Money 7 per cent. Gold 1300130,. Coupons Ion. Cotton Dull and unchanged. Sales 1400 Bales. Four demand improved under a decline state so 00011 25. Wheat easier but Active. Corn quiet pork $22 02. Lard heavy whiskey quiet. Naval stores drooping. Freights unchanged. i Lfan a june7.Cotton Dull and Low Era sales 750bales Low middling 21i025c. Receipts for Tho week 3358, against 4003. Exports 13,871 Bales. Stock of Bales. Molasses no quotations. Flour extremely Dull superfine $10 75 double extra $12 75 Choice $18 25. Corn Active but lower mixed and yellow $1 100.1 15 White .$1 "20 and scarce. Oafs Light Supply 050 $1 by a Liay unchanged la Orke mess $21 00 Ririe mess $22 00 Bacon and Good jobbing shoulders 9�. Rib 12ic. Clear 13?.c. Lard very firm asking 13 . In pierces and 11 10. 14ic.-in kegs. Gold Kij. Sterling 47 v5ia Nev. York sight j Premium. New omit Asb june 7. A a. Flanders the new appointee or governor called at Gover up Wells it the executive office Liis morning und made known that to came in obedience to general Sheridan s order and was ready to be introduced into Tho executive office of Tho state. Wells it is believed voluntarily Veat cd Tho office lie protests in writing against the action of Tho military authorities. Presidents orders have been received at Tho governor of Ico addressed to Flanders but he waa absent the Natur Jaf the communication is not. Known. Tho mexican news received to Day confirms Tho report that Lopez sold Queretaro to Escobedo for $3000, no Moro develop Emerts. Avorita Juno 7.governor Orr addressed Tho citizens of Anderson District 8. After reviewing Tho various plans presented Cinco the War for reconstruction to earnestly insisted on Tho acceptance of Tho plan now Pio posed As Tho Only Means of preventing the of Tho Ulf Aira of this country passing into the hands exclusively of ignorant Aud consequently Tho barbarian and tyrant and As Tho Only Hope of making this country even tolerable. To showed from Tho census of 1sg0, Tho great preponderance of Tho coloured Oyer Tho Whito voters in the a a state arid in or lli0t inability of Tho Whites to defeat Tho convention or protect themselves whenever an Issue is made with Tho coloured people. Thuro Aro �,0,000 coloured votes in Tho Stato Olulo Oliero Are but Only 40,000 Whites. It is True perhaps that Thoro Aro not now As Matly coloured men us in 18g0, but it is sure that Tho proportionate decrease Lias been greater with Tho Whites. Than with the Blacks since Tho Ond of Tho War. Governor Orr insisted on Tho cultivation of Tho most cordial relations Between Tho races and Tho formation of no Ull Iauco with the two great political parties of Tho nation. New Yoke. Juno 7.Tho Southern famine Relief commission is still regularly carrying on it beneficial work. In addition to loading Tho u. S. Store ship purveyor which left this port of tuesday last Tho commissioners Havo shipped 8000 bushels of Corn to Charleston a a cd. Savannah for Interior distribution. Yesterday to i treasurer Jamos m. Drown received from Clarendon District s. C., an Appeal for Relief from Tho Heads of 07 families. So Long As this cry for food is heard so Long will this commission cry for Money. Washington june 7.-Tho following is Tho i a a v a concluding paragraph of a letter received from Ben. Butler to a negro meeting last night a is it not a self evident political truth that where the Laud is in Largo tracks by Tho employer to to tilled by the 1 employed there can to no just and True Field for the exercise of Republican citizenship and it is one of Tho pressing exigencies of Tho country and of Tho very basis of reconstruction that some plan must be devised by which the lands of Tho South May be divided among those who shall occupy and till new York june 8.flour More steady and quiet. Corn quiet holders firmer buyers hold off. Mess pork heavy at $22 25. Lard Dull at 120134c. A Hiskey nominal. Cotton Dull at 27c. Stocks lower. Gold 130�o. Sterling time 10010s sight 10010,. Money -7 ppr cent. �?T02 coupons a our. Virginia Gas 09070. New York junes.Tho yacht Henrietta from Europe is coming up. A Richmond Juno 8.�?-the presidential party left Here this morning los Potosi May. 1&�?general. Lopez. High in Maximilian a Confidence Aud two other Imperial generals caused Tho fall of Queretaro. By Selling one of Tho principal forts. Maximilian in surrendering made these requests that he should not be insulted but treated As a prisoner of War and if any Are to be shot that he should be the first. Boston Juno 8.a Large warehouse in Charlestown mass., known As a a Tucker a bonded warehouse a fell to Tho ground with a terrible crash yesterday afternoon. Three men who were at work in the building at Tho time were severely injured. New Yoke. May 8.Tho heralds special from Paris yesterday fays Tho Imperial party had a very narrow Escapa Tho Ball passing in a Lino Between two of Tho distinguished personages and wounding a lady standing in the. Street. The horse Ridden by a Groom in waiting was wounded in Tho head and immediately after Tho discharge blood spouted on Tho Imperial uniform. The Assassin attempted Tho second shot when Tho pistol burst. He is a pole coming from Belgium and with out accomplices in Paris. The Polico saved his life from the enraged magnificent bal was Given at the russian embassy Tho Sanio evening. Trio Ciar with his sons and the Empress of Franco were present. The members of Tho russian Royal party Wero congratulated on their escape. New. Yobe a june 8.cotto�, to a Groat change sales 1000 Balos at 27c. Flour More steady for medium grades with fair Homo demand state superfine s8@9 70 Choice �10 50@h 50. Wheat quiet. Corn firm but closed with a declining tendency Western now is 0301 10c. Pork lower $22 50. Whisky quiet. Naval stores Dull and heavy tur pentium 58059 Rosin $3 75@8 00. Groceries quiet and steady. Freights unchanged. New in onn Juno 8.Money firm most of Tho Day g0>7e, but demand Les s pressing discount Market Dull and Primo business paper ranges from 7 to 8. Tho express says Tho Bank statement on monday will allow a decrease of two Aud a half millions in Loans five Aud a half millions in deposits two and a half millions Legal tenders Aud an increase. Of one million in specie. These figures Are not so unfavourable As was generally attic Ipatov. Disbursements from the Treasury department will be heavy during Tho balance of Tho Mouth. On monday the sub treasurer will commence to out ten millions for Tho redemption of the compound interest Noten maturing on the Quot 10th or 15th. About Nino millions will be paid As interest of 7-30 notes. Sterling firm Aud unchanged. Gold unchanged. Government securities quiet and steady. Railroad shares generally stronger. New Yorik june 8.specie shipments today $1,012,000. A new of Means june 8.Cotton Dull and unchanged sales g00 Bales Low middling 24 025e. Receipts 113 Bales exports 4su0 Bales. Sugar in better demand Low Lair Lluc. Second 13ic. Yellow clarified 13j011c. Molassis no settled Price and no demand. Flour very Dull and irregular superfine $10 50011 00 double extra $12 50. Corn Dull Anil unchanged mixed and yellow$110@ 1 15 White to Carce $1 20. Oats Light Supply in Good Demaud o5c.0$l 00. Bacon weaker shoulders la. Rib 12 in. Clear 134c. Sterling 47051. New York sight in per cent Premium. Gold 13g4 Washington Tunc 8.mayorewithers has returned from now York and will communicate with Tho president on monday. General Grant has returned from West Point. Gen. Johnson was at the War department yesterday looking after Tho interest of his Road. It is his first visit since to vacated Tho Quad Tei master generalship. The Treasury wiil redeem Anil destroy Twenty millions of compound interest notes next week. Tho Stato department is officially informed of. The commutation of sentence a on Irish american Fen Aua. Tho Treasury hold three Hundred and forty millions dollars Security for National Banks circulation ninety Nino millions for deposits. Public Money in National Bank circulation amount to two in noted and ninety eight millions of which Bis Hundred and ninety one thousand dollars is fractional currency. The Revo nuo receipts to Daji amount to five Hundred and sixty five thousand dollars. Washington Juno 8.benjamin f. . Fib Kridan has appointed governor of Louisiana arrived there Twenty Yoars ago from new Hampshire commenced his career As clerk of Liq Charity Hospital was Secretary to mayor Crossman. An ardent know nothing Secretary of Tho Opelousas Railroad was violently opposed to cooperation during Tho Inci Pincy of Tho. Rebellion and Federal Treasury agent several years past. Sheridan appears unsupported hero but his prompt action Defeated Tho plans of schemers and shark conservatives. Some changes of District commanders Aro regarded As certain. Tho july meeting of Congress a now considered almost probable. Washington Juno 8.Tho president of Wells removal through. Tho newspapers. Tho president considers these removals unauthorized by Tho Law. New Orleans Juno 8.govornor Flanders general Forsythe appeared at Tho executive office and entered upon his duties As governor of Louisiana no ceremony whatever. To stated that his efforts should to Tho Best of his ability to exerted for the Public Good. Brooklyn june 8.a fix originated at Tho Corner of Clinton and i lushly a. Us stables of Petor Lyman and four horses were burned. Tho Safe was broken open and $18,000 stolen. It is probable therefore that the fire was the work of burglars. New York Juno 8.duvern amp Kendall filed the bankrupt petition. Liabilities $120,000.albany Juno 8.general Cole was committed for murder. Fortress Monroe june 9.a severe storm prevails accompanied by heavy rain., companies b and a 5tli artillery Are ordered to fort Moultrie Charleston Harbor. A lieutenant cd la Nel George Gibson general Schofield a inspector general commands this District. Colonel Dupont commands the Post. Washington june 0.surratt�?Ts trial commie ices to Morrow. Pension commissioner Barrett in a letter to colonel Pennybaker Kentucky state agent states that there is no Law and the probability is there never will be granting pensions to. The survivors of the War of 1812. Washington june 0.the Turners Union of North America assembled Here celebrating their twelve Ali annual festival lasting four Days. Large delegations from All parts of the country Aro present. Quincy iii., Jirine 9.Tho City Hall was burned Down to Day loss fifty thousand dollars. Warsaw ind., june9.the Wright House the Kirtley House Aud two adjoining buildings Wero burned loss $100,000, it is thought to have been done by a incendiary. Louisville june 9.john Campbell the noted Mobile turf Man died Here to Day. New Yoke june 10.stocks Strong. Sterling time 10i sight 10a. Gold 137j0 1374. Money 7. �?Tg2, registered g40g�. Coupons.9-i@.9.u. Virginia Gas g8�71. Flour rather Moro a a Toady. Wheat quiet. Corn Dull and drooping. Pork Dull and drooping at $22 25. Lard Dull. Cotton Dull middling Uplands 27c. Freights quiet. Washington Juno 10.surratt was brought into court handcuffed. He was very Pale and wore a troubled look but when unchained Aud seated by his counsel to became More cheerful. The usual preliminaries Are pro Gressing. A a v Quot Tho City Council organized. The Board of aldermen elected White men throughout Tho lower Board but appointed a negro Barber As Reading clerk and a negro messenger. A Omaha Juno 10,�? Sherman has. Issued an order saying that the Pacific Railroad will to a a Well guarded freight and passengers forwarded from Tho territories under a sufficient guard. Sherman is sanguine of Clearing Platto Valley of indians in two weeks. Nino passengers Aud Twenty indians had a fight within live Miles of Morris fort one passenger killed and general Davis son mortally wounded two indians killed and Livo wounded. The passengers returned to Omaha this morning. Governor steel after a narrow escape reached Denver safely. San franc Loco june 10.arizona advices. State that Tho indians commenced a vigorous a Campaign by attacking ranches in the Vic Ity of Prescott and fort Whipple. New , Juno 10.stocks Strong. Money 7 per cent. Gold 137s �?Tg2 registered 1og40 10ga coupons 934 a 035 5 new Issue Gas. Cotton. Easy at 20027 s ales 1200 Bales flour steady Aud fair demand without decided change. Corn Active at 102o. Decline Western mixed new $1 484 old $112. Pork Dull and lower mess $21 95 prime $13 50019 00. Lard lower -12013c. Groceries quiet and steady. Turpentine 58059 Rosin s3 750 8 00. Freights firmer. Grain to Liverpool by steam 4i014. New York Jnue 10.Bank statement Loans decreased $2,311,000 specie increased $1.031,000 currency circulation decreased $27,000 deposits decreased $5,055,000 Legal tenders decreased $2,530,000. New Orleans june 10.cotton�?sales 850 Bales Dull and easier Low middling 24ic.j receipts 1,220 Bales., molasses no quotations. Flour Dull superfine $10 50011 00 Choice extra $17 25013 00. Corn Dull yellow and mixed $1 10@1 17 no White in the Market. Oats Dull at 90097jc. Prime hit $�?~2s 00 per ton. Bacon quiet but steady shoulders 94010s. Rib 124c. Clear 134. Pork Dull at $21 00 prime mess at $22 00. Gold 136v. Sterling 47051 new York sight j0�?z Premium. Savannah Juno 10.the Steamer Forrest City was Burnt it 3 of clock this a. M., lying alongside the British ship l. L. Lilly at the Point. The Steamer is a total loss except the machinery. She drifted to the Carolina Shore and sunk. Ship lost mizen Mast main Mast fore Mast and rigging can be repaired. Schooner Ora month also took fire and sustained considerable damage. Washington june 10.--the secretaries of War and Treasury had an interview with the president to Day on the subject of converting Tho 7-30�?Ts presented at the Treasury with interest paid to july into 5-20�?Ts, bearing interest from that Date. Tho Stato department has official advices of an Incer Easo of Tho rinderpest in England. Tho Treasury department has renewed instructions against the importation a rattle from Europe. Tho Revo nuo receipt a to Jay is 5-Coo,000. A Washington Juno 10. A the liar it House Board gives notice that on and after june 20th a Light will be exhibited near the egg Harbor n. J., from Sun set to Sun Rise. The Light will be of Tho Erdei fixed Light raised by flashes and should k visible 12i nautical Miles. Also after Juno 19th, a fixed Light will be exhibited from a Light Lionso on Low Island inside of Arkansas pass Texas which should be visible 12 Miles. Tho president h aves for Boston on the 21st. A new paper called the evening express made its appearance this evening. It starts under fax Ohrablo auspices and is. Well backed by brains Industry Aud Money. San Francisco Juno 10.idaho advices state that Tho indians Aro attacking the stages Aud driving off Stock. The indians mounted Livo horses said to Havo belonged to Tho second cavalry. A expedition to take Possession of a newly discovered Island in the Pacific on behalf of Tho United states sailed to Day. Tho Pacific mail Compau will Send a vessel also in Hopes of finding get suitable Harbor for a Coaling Ata tips for their steamers. Raleigh n. C., june 10.in Tho United states court this a. M., chief Justice Chase ordered Tho summoning of the Gaud and Petit jurors no distinction of color is made. _ Haut Foed Juno 10.1the carpet Compa near Terryville two Miles from Here is burned. 11je�peai hews a Liverpool june g�?5 p. .Cotton quiet sales 8000 Bales middling Uplands Llyd Orleans la cd. London june g.the sentences of the convicted fenian Aro All commuted. Report says that Bulgaria and Hevia Aro. Rebelling against the Porte. London May 7�?noon.bullion in Tho Lack of England increased i 537,000. Money quiet and steady. Consols 91 i. Bonds 73. Liverpool May 7�?noon.brokers circular gives sales of Tho week 95,000 Bales cot ton including 24,000 for speculation and Export. Stock on land 853,000 Bales including 4g3,000-american. Recent receipts unusually heavy the past week being 140,000. Market to Dav opens quiet probable sales 8000. Uplands llgd., Orleans Llyd. Donivon june 7, 2 p. 51.consols advanced g. Others unchanged. , june 7, 2 p. Cotton easier. Corn declined 50. Tho ship Ceres from Bordeaux for new York which put into Fayal Leaky has been condemned. Paris Juno 7.--?a Carriage containing Napoleon and the Czar returning from the Camp de Mars where a review was Given in Honor of the Czar was fired into whether to kill the emperor or the Czar is unknown. London june 7.von Bon Jasper the lecturer won the three great prizes of Ascott. The news from. Crete is highly unfavourable to the june 7.Cotton closed quiet t middling Uplands 11 cd Orleans 11 and. Sales 10,000 Bales. Manchester advices not favourable goods and yarns All heavy. Breads Tufts quiet with a downward tendency. Corn 37s. Go. Provisions unchanged. Lard advanced to 50 shillings. London Juno 7, �evening.consols, 944, Bonds 73. Glasgow june 7.steamship st. Andrew arrived. Lite Pool june 8�?noon.Cotton Dull at lied. Salea 8000 Bales Corn declined 37s.a London june 8.Bonds 73 Consols 94. Queenstown june 8.the Steamer Iowa touched hero., Londo Njane 8�?evening.consols 94 Bonds 73. Liverpool Jane 8.Cotton easier sales 8000 Bales Uplands Llyd Orleans la jed. London june 8.evening.the evacuation of Luxemburg will be completed next week. 1 Perth june 8.the Coronation of the emperor Joseph of Austria As King of Hungary occurred Here to Day in the presence of a great concourse of people. The ceremonies were impressive and the enthusiasm unbounded. London june 8�?evening.telegrams state that the turkish Navy has blockaded the greek ship Arcadian at Cherigo one of the ionian islands. Frankfort juntr8 a Bonds 5-20s, 77g. London june 10�?noon.this is a Holiday a and there is no Stock Exchange. Liverpool Juno 10�?noon.Cotton Dull estimated sales Good Bales middling Uplands 11 go. Orleans 11 cd. Breast offs unchanged except Corn which is quoted at 3gs. , june 10.arrived, Tripoli and Etna. Liverpool june 10�?2 p. Cotton easier without quotable change. London june 10.-dispatches from Paris and st. Petersburg report great rejoicing both in France and Russia at the czars escape. The pole3 everywhere disavow any connection or or sympathy with the crime. Duun june 10.two prominent. Fenian have been arrested at Dun Garvin and identified As colonels Nagle and Warren formerly officers of the Irish brigade of the Potomac. Liverpool june 10�?evening.Cotton declined sunless too Bales middling Uplands 114d Orleans Laid. Bread stuff a quiet and unchanged. Provisions quiet but prices unchanged. London june 10�?evening.breadstuff s Dull and drooping others unchanged. New Yore june 10.the heralds special says the Czar assured the French Cabinet that the attempted assassination Only tended to strengthen the Bonds uniting him to Napoleon and will visit the King of Prussia at Berlin in september. .4.tei& fi2�i?i Mexico. We have by the st. Mary Rio Grande papers of june 8, last saturday. There seems to have been during the week but two stages from the Interior of Mexico. The following personal items Are from the Ranchero general Mira non was found dangerously wounded when captured at Queretaro and is still in a critical situation. General Mendez the bravest of the Brave was executed by Escobedo on Tho 19th ult. He was second to no general in Mexico. Colonel Campos was shot by Escobedo a few hours after having had a limb amputated. To was taken from a sick bed to be executed. Colonel Gonzales commanding the Empress regiment upon learning of Tho treachery of Lopez to Oft pit ration a f his comm and and fled for the City of Mexico. Many persons of distinction and influence besides Tho officers were captured at Queretaro. A Maximilian had an Opportunity to make hi3 escape after the treachery of Lopez was discovered but said he would share the Fate of his companions in arms. We take the above from a letter of our faithful correspondent Ochapparall.�?� general of Horan political prefect of the Valley of Mexico was tried for treason and executed in the City of Mexico. General Vidaurri minister of finance and president of the Council of ministers was under close confinement by order of general Marquez for holding communication with the enemy. The emperor having been taken prisoner general Marquez by virtue of Tho appointment As Vico Regent granted by the emperor when the latter started for Queretaro is now the emperor be Facto of Tho mexican Empire. Qti10 following is from the courier and contains the latest dates by the stage from the 1 a a a amp Bio tvs a a ii Tell Uay we received news from no. .18. San Luis of the 25th, Saltillo Tho 1st, Aud Monterey Juno 2d. To have no later news from san Luis thana by the extraordinary courier which arrived on monday last. To collate Tho following from our exchanges and correspondence r general Escobodo wrote to Tho governor of new Leon on the 22d, a that Tho latest news from la Xico was that Marquez Lead attempted to come out of. The capital but was Quot driven Back by execution of Ora ran by order of Marquez is confirmed also that Vidaurri Aud Quiroga Wero deprived of their command and the latter arrested Gene nil Escobedo was ordered to remain at Queretaro. ,. _ a private letter from Matehuala of tie 29th, that letters received at that Placo announces Tho occupation of the capital by Tho republicans. A a. Colonel Julio Maria Cervantes -4th Battal lion of san Luis is acting As governor of Queretaro. Quot several French officers prisoners at Queretaro Havo offered to serve Escobedo ? who answered that the mexican nation did not need foreigners to sustain her rights. Maxi Irilian a triad. The order for the trial of Maximilion Mira Mon and Mejia by court martial in accordance with the Law of january 25th 18g2,-was. Escobedo on the 24th ult. Maximilian says Tho Monterey a a periodic oficial a asked the Grenora in chief the permission to Send a telegraphic dispatch a to the prussian minister at Mexico calling him together with or. Mariano Riva Polacios father of general Riva Polacios and the licentiate Martinez de la Torre to defend him. The dispatch was transmitted to general Diaz in order to be sent to whom directed. The court martial convened on the 29th ult. The following is the official list of the generals and officers made prisoners at Queretaro May 15, 18g7 emperor Ferdinand Maximilian. Generals Miguel Miramon Tomas Mejia Evoro Del Castillo Francisco g. Casanova Joso m. To Arrera x-lozada., Feliciano Jose Quot Maria Magana Mariano Reyas Pantaleon Moret Mariano Monterde Jesus Maria Volvo Pedro Valdez Manuel Escobal and Silverio Ramirez. Colonels 18 lieutenant colonels 15 captains Brevet lib str colonels 1g majors 36 captains 114 lieutenants llg2nd lieutenants 108. Total 437. Maximilian a proclamation. Coli no ramen after Tho valor and patriotism of the Republican forces have destroyed my sceptre in this place which Tenn Loiis defense was indispensable to save Tho Honor of my cause and of my race after the bloody Diego in which the imperialist and Republican sol a diets have competed in abnegation and boldness i will explain myself. Countrymen a i came to Mexico not Only animated with the Best Faith of insuring the Felicity of Oil and each of As but called and protected by the emperor of France Napoleon the iii. He to the ridicule of France abandoned to cowardly and infamously by dread of the United states after having uselessly spend Frances treasure and shed the blood of her sons a id your own. When the news of my fall and death reaches eur rope All the Monarch and Charlemagne a country will demand of the Napoleons dynasty an account of my blood of the German belgian and French blood slide a in Mexico. Then will be the end. Soon before Tho whole world Napoleon the iii. Will be covered with shame from head to foot. To Day he has already seen h. Tho emperor of Austria my angst brother praying for my life to the United states and myself a prisoner of War in the hands of Tho a Republican govern Sut with my Crown and my hem torn to pieces. Countrymen. Here Are my last words i desire that my blood. May regenerate Mexico and that As a w Irving to All ambitious and incautious you will with prudence and truthful and Enoble with your Virtues Tho political cause of the Flag you .sustain.,. Providence save you and make to worthy of my self. Maximilian. Matamoros correspondence of the Ranchero it is reported that Tho liberals found in the City of Queretaro nine thousand of their men that had been made prisoners in the different sallies made by the Garrison also fifty one pieces of artillery. Perfect order reigned in. The City dirring Imperial Rule. The liberals found hospitals Well organized Large magazines of clothing stores and arms also plenty of ammunition. The Imperial generals held a Council of War on the 19th inst. They Laid their plans Well and would have surely routed Escobedo on Tho 15th, if the infamous Lopez Tho bosom Friend of the emperor had not , his country and last and least his Honor for thirty two thousand dollars. When the emperor surrendered his sword to Escobido said to him in a very dignified manner a i surrender to yen my sword owing to an infamous treason without which to Morrow a sign would Havo seen yours in my hands a you Havo now a one reason Why Escobedo did not attack he was waiting for treason to be Ripe. No doubt but that his infamy had been planned try Lopez and others sometime before but they had not found,.�opportunity to carry out their infamy with certain Success until Tho Day that Migguel Lopez who had All Tho Confidence of the emperor should be officer of the Day. A Miramon who was wounded in Tho head hearing that the emperor was a prisoner presented himself to his enemies,.that to. Might share the Fate of his companions in arms. It is said that All the prisoners will be taken to san Luis Potosi. Tho difficulty reported to have taken Placo Between Quiroga and Marquez a is a falsehood after colonel m. Campo was shot he was Hung. High Watee in the consequent of Tho heavy rain of saturday morning last the Brazos River Aud the various creeks in Tho Neil Borhy of have been filled to a very Owin Quot. We learn that the Brazos was Only three feet from the Edge of its Banks on wednesday and the water still rising. Tho passage across Tho River can Only to effected in Skiff s or Small boats. Tho oldest settlers on Mill greek and its branches do not remember to have seen such volumes of water in Tho creeks before greatly. A
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