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Galveston Flakes Semi Weekly Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 26, 1867, Galveston, Texas I it Semi weekly a of is. Xiv a a my Xiy f o. A a 4 vol. V Galveston Quot Quot Moening Quot june a 26, 1867. No. 22.telegraphic. A a a a a a a a press Washington Juno 18. following dispatch was sent to general James b. Steedman collector of int Cal i Lovenue at new Orleans Quot a a general James b. Sto Eillian a a Washington june 18.�?will you accept Trio Mission to Mexico and proceed there without unnecessary delay signed . Seward. A Ste Odau seut the following reply a a i thank you for the compliment you Havo me the condition of my private affairs compels me to , june 18. Cross examination did not a shake dyes testimony materially though some inconsistencies exist be tween that Given before the court and that before the military commission. A Black woman servant in mrs. Surratt s House testifies to having seen Surratt at Home us the night of the assassination. A sporting gent testifies to having seen him on the afternoon of the Day on in Pennsylvania Avenue. It is in proof that under the name of John Harrison Surratt left Montreal on the afternoon of the 12th, and returned outline 18th. This would give him about four Days to make the trip and do his june 20.�? the result of four Days registration in Montgomery is 1183 Blacks and 157 Whites. Richmond june 20.�?llegistrotion in this City so far stands 101g Blacks to 880 Whites. A judge Lyons funeral took place this evening. All business was suspended. The City balls tolled during the procession. Several who Sands attended. Charleston june 20.�?general Sickles has issued it circular explaining certain paragraphs of Oiler no. 32, chiefly with regard to suppression of Sale of distilled spirits. Cotton Dull sales 24 Bales middling 25c receipts 100 Bales. Baltimore Juno 21. presidential party was received with masonic and civic honors and departed northward amid enthusiasm. Washington june 21.�?marcus Waterburg of Wisconsin now Consul in the City of Mexico was appointed minister vice Campbell. A fortress Monroe june 21. Steamer Falcon collided with the Schooner Mary 11. Banks Oil Point Lookout. The Schooner sunk in four minutes. Crew rescued. The Steamer was not materially injured. New Yoke june 21.�?stocks Active. Money c u 7 per cent. Gold 1157?. Flour 10 or 20c lower. Corn l t/2c better. Pork favors buyers. Cotton Dull at 2gjc. New Doit to june 21.�?Cotton Dull sales 800a Little at 26� �.2 Ltd. A flour Dull if prior 100 20c. Lower fresh ground firmer state and. Southern heavy at s3 00010 50. Pork steady at $20 87. Whisky closed Active at 2 35. Lice Dull. Sugar firm. Coffee quiet. Freights More Active Cotton sail 3-Lgc. Ejrain steam 8c. A ail la. A Amy Youk juju 21.�?Money easy. Elites Liue hanged. Gold closed steady at 138c governments Dull and a fraction lower at Thea a Jse. New Orleans Linn 21.�?Cotton unchanged. , 11uu bibles Low middling 2-ij. Lie a a. Seipts for Tho wee 2ud5 Balos. Against 203s. Exports during the Sarno time of till Bales. Stock on haul 70,751 Bales. Louisiana us. Gar scarce but in request fair 121/cu.ba a mull at 10 for Low grades and 11-j for fair do. Molasses nominally 47 ,50c. Flour firmer superfine �10 50 Choice extra $1-1 500 �j5 5 i. I i ii in Good demand at a decline yellow and mixed a 750ki a. White ii c. Dull ranging Roku u5f<-70c. Choice Hay s27 oo02s 00. Pork Dull asking $2.i 00. Hacon steady a shoulders lo01<i4e. Kibble 3 lit Clear Fie. Gold 138. Sterling 4hi052j. Is a. York sight Premium. It a Orleans june 21.�?Tho st it Catherine Whiting left this mor Niue wit i 250 brazilian emigrants. N. B. Starbuck of Troy goes out on uie vessel and will devote his whole time and attention to the Comfort of o Pitten Gecis. The time for registration is extended to the 15th of july in every Parish except Orleans a it hich in limited a it the 30th inst. Washington Juno 21.�?in support of Tho a a a Fuoti Ott to recall the prosecution witnesses for Eross examination Surratt filed an affidavit that he could develop the fact that it was Tho 21st, instead of the 17th, Whu the handkerchief was found and that Tho defense depended much on Tho Date. Also that the Day was indicated by Tho passage of counterfeit Money. Tho motion was refused. Thu a sense could summon them if to wanted to. Tho evidence was confined mostly to events before the assassination showing us intimacy Between prisoner Booth and others. J. W. Vanderpool testifies to positively seeing Surratt with Booth on Tho Day of Tho assassination. The prosecution witnesses Are producing quite a serious impression on Tho Community. A Kobert Campbell of Ontario Bank Montreal testified As to Tho condition of Tho separate accounts of Booth and Thompson with Ontario Bauk showing among other things that on the 27th of october 1801, a Bill of a Chango was drawn in favor of Booth for xg1 10s. 12d., and that on Tho itch of april Quot Thompson Drew u chock on Tho Bank for $7098, Tho Bank gave him in the Courso of transactions a certificate of Deposit for �18,000. This was placed us Janst his account to having a Largo balance All Tho time to his credit probably $20,000. Tho witness also testifies to Tho fact that Jacob Thompson was us american. New York Juno 21.�?florence dispatches -. Report that 200 armed men threw into Koine with Tho Intel Ion it is said of proclaiming a Republic. The attempt failed Lorty of the revolutionists Are in prison. , Juno 21.�?Tho new Republican nominated Samuel Morrell tor governor. The resolutions approve of Tho acts and demand additional congressional legislation to enforce the origin Nal intention. Omaha june 21.�?advices report an Indian fight it Allens station. Killed 0 indians u i Whites. The indians killed one Man Anil too 7 mules from Hugo station. Sherman at North la Latte. Washington Juno 21. There is official authority for Tho statement that or. Seward enclosed in Tho letter to Jua of. Copies of dispatches from Queen Victoria. And to the president asking the United a states government to use its influence with Juarez to preserve the life of Maximilian. New York june 21.�?Tho president passed through on his Way to Philadelphia without stopping. He was cordially received a it All Points and arrived safely. New York june 21. president arrived at .0 35, visited Farragut so Ilag ship lauded on the Battery and was escorted by the Light guards and the Manhattan Encampment of Knight Templar to the fifth Avenue there was much in thulium along the route. No speeches. The party remain until tomorrow. Washington june 21. president has advanced to the thirty second degree scotch rites before leaving Washington. Washington june 21. Pardon of general Longstreet was granted upon the written and personal application of numerous prominent individuals. Among Tho names appeared general Grant other prominent army offices and several senators and representatives Many of whom were personal applicants Lor his Pardon Washington june 21.�?assistant treasurer Walton a of new Orleans Bonds approved. Boston june 21.�?charles Woodman sex. Ton in lev. Or. Gorget to a Church was held in Ilo,000 bail charged with enticing Young girls into the Church and subjecting them to licentious indignities. Washington june 21. following circular Lias just been june 21, 1867. Linn. A Blank dear Sib in View of the recent decision of the attorney general of the United states i am requested by Many Republican senators and representatives to remind you of Tho very great importance of your being punctually present in your place to answer to your name when the two houses shall assemble at 12 o clock noon on the 3d Day of july next. It is thought essential to secure a quo rum if it should Only be to remain in session Long enough to pass some declaratory action upon Tho july not. Of reconstruction. Very respectfully a Rorr. C. Sci Enck chairman Union Republican executive com. Mittee. New Yoni Juno 22.�?stocks irregular. G Gold 138j. Sterling time 10�?sight 10g g2 coupons 110o@110i. Flour 20 to 30 cents bettor. Wheat 3 to 5 cents better. Corn 2 to 3 cents better. Pork $21 00. Lard quiet. Cotton quiet. Middling Uplands 20027. Turpentine quiet Small sales at More steady common s3 500 5 00 strained $3 80@4 871. New y Oak Juno 22.�?dexter to harness Ethan Allen running made Best three in five heats. Allen won in three straight heats 2 15, 2 1g, 2 10, fastest time on record. Dexter lost Tho second heat by half a leu Goth. New York june 22.�?Cotton a Shade easier sales 1-100 Bales at 2gj. Flour More Active state $7010 75. mixed Corn $1 10@ -1.-12, closing firm. Mess pork $20 25. Groceries and naval stores quiet but steady. New of .t.kans, june 22.�?sales of Cotton goo Hal Dull Low middling 21 receipts 73g Bales exports g,g57. Sugar and molasses nominal and unchanged. Flour steady and j firm superfine jobbing $10 50. Corn firm yellow and mixed 75085 White 00. Oats firmer 08070. Pork Dull $23. Bacon steady shoulders 100104 rib 11. Clear 13. Whisky Only retail Trade $1 7502 25 for Western rectified. Coffee Low fair to prime Rio 23 025. Gold 338. Sterling �?�18i052 new York sight a. Premium. Washington june 22.�?proceedings in Tho Surratt ease mostly confined to details of Tho attack.,on Seward s family. Nothing pointed or new Boariu on the Case development. Tho Ile Fence again Isis fed upon recalling one of the prosecutors. Witnesses for Cross examination asserting that two were corrupt Quot and were indicted As felons. The court again took the matter under advisement and adjourned. Avo Sta g 22. A it is feared that the heavy and continued Rains for the past week will Heri Lisly injure the wheat and other crops. The rain was general throughout Georgia and Tho Carolinas. Nothing done in Cotton. Tho number of persons. Registered at two precincts in the outskirts of the City was 743�?T, 580 coloured and 1g3 Whites. Tho registration begins in Tojio City on monday. The following was issued yesterday War Deil it adjutant go Nebal b Ornce Washington june 20, 18g7. A whereas several commanders of military districts created by Tho acts of Congress known As the reconstruction acts have expressed doubts As to the proper construction thereof and in respect to some of their Powers and duties under said acts and have applied to Tho executive for information in relation thereto and whereas Tho said acts of Congress have Bucu referred to Tho attorney general for his opinion on said acts and the opinion of Tho attorney general has been fully and carefully considered by Tho president in confers no with the Heads of Tho respective Ltd Piir tibents the president accepts t lid following As a practical interpretation of Tho aforesaid acts of Congress on the Points therein presented and directs the same to to transmitted to a the respective military commanders for their information in order Thero May be uniformity in Tho execution of Quot said acts. Here follow Tho Nineteen Points of Tho attorney general s summary As adopted by Tho Cabinet and telegraphed on 20th Tho whole is signed by order of de. Townsend a. A. General. New York Juno 22. special com Ruit too of Tho new York firemen a association with the presentation Carriage for Columbia Ujj. A sailed to Day for Charleston the posts Washington special says Sickles will most probably not but relieved As requested. Providence Juno 22.�?Tho presiden s trip was a continued ovation. No speeches. To is the guest of Tho states through which he pusses. Secretary Seward and general Rousseau Sharo m the , Juno 21. grand jury to Day after receiving a special charge from in go Moses indicted All partio3 concerned in Tho recent fatal Duel for murder. Tho trial is expected to occur next week., the planters report that Tho incessant and heavy Rains of Tho last five Days have materially injured the Cotton along the Seaboard. Washington june 22. A there is a Lull in poli is since the departure of the president. Several members of Congress have arrived but they Are non committal. New Yoni june 22.�?Money easier. Governments securities closed a fraction lower. Gold 138. Stocks Strong. The express Tho statement of monday will show a decrease of $2,500,000 in Loans $3,000,000 in specie $8,000 000 in deposits and an increase of $5,000,000 in Legal tenders. Philadelphia Juno 23.�?a prize fight took place this morning in the 17th Ward Between Dillon an a Ward. The combat lasted one hour and Twenty minutes. Dillon won. Savannah Juno 22.�?a heavy storm is raging since five of clock this morning Trees were uprooted in great numbers and private property badly damaged several vessels blown from the moorings mostly recovered with slight damage. The Steamer Annie it is reported has sustained considerable injuries. Cotton quiet and unchanged a Small business. Receipts 441. Bales. Brooklyn june 23.�?three men suffocated in a York june 23.�?secretary Seward requested the postponement of Tho proceedings in the bark Ocean Home Case f the capture of Santa Auna at sisal is confirmed. Vera Cruz had not surrendered. Captain general Manz Ino had surrendered. Washington june 23.�?a roman letter says archbishop Spalding will return to America a Cardinal. New York june 24.�?stocks Strong. Gold 38j. Sterling unchanged. Money g07. �?Tg2 coupons 1020104. 1 arrive do Fulton from Havre Saratoga and1 Hatteras from Richmond and Louisiana from Newbern. Flour from 10 to 20c better. Wheat 3 to 5c better. Corn 1 to 2c better. Pork unsettled mess $21 12�. Lard Dull and unchanged. Westerh whisky 3gc. Cotton quiet at 26�c. Turpentine 59ic. Rosin unchanged. Freights quiet. New York june 2-1.�?arrived Steamer Occam Queen from Aspinwall on the 15th, with $1,145,000 treasure. James g. A. Mckenna native of Virginia one of. The oldest merchants of Central America is dead. The Rago was again in the hands of Tho spaniards. The civil War in per re continued fighting was going on All along the Magdelena. River. Columbia and Bogota was 6hut off from communication with the coast. New York june 24. cuban government has received an invoice of Parrott guns for Moro Castle. The cause of Santa Annas of capture and trial was a proclamation which he sent ashore at Vera Cruz which still holds out. There is a great Scarcity of provisions reported nevertheless. One Hundred cases of jerked beef were returned a to Havana As unpalatable. The american consults mail Carrier for the Interior was sent Back. It is reported the blockade of Saint Martha is untrue. Boston Juno 24. presidential paint and numerous masonic bodies arrived yesterday. A / Washington june 24. state department Havo information through commissioner Beckwith that of nine Hundred and Twenty four United states exhibitors at Paris two Hundred and sixty two have received prizes namely four grand prizes seventeen Gold sixty two Silver and u Hundred and three Bronze medals. Seventy nine exhibitors received honorable mention. Savannah Juno 24.�? the Brig win. Ii. A irks was blown ashore on the Island of Tubeo during the Gale yesterday. It is supposed she will get off. The Steamer North Point and the bark Maggie v. Slugg have arrived from Baltimore. The Wyoming for Philadelphia and the san Jacinto for new York have sailed. Reports from the country state that the a a crops Havo been badly damaged by the Gale. New you june 24.�?cottou Dull c. Flour Active state $7 28 Southern $9-500 to 00. Corn quiet. Lard steady. Whisky a a firmer 2ge. Groceries quiet and steady. Turpentine 50ic. Ellosia $3 58. Bauk statement Loans decrease $2,537,000-specie decreased $3,050,000 circulation decreased $18,000 deposits decreased $840,000 Legal tendons increased $4,391,000. Stocks Strong. Money unchanged. Gold 138j �?Tg2 coupons 1oq01o�. Virginia Gas new Issue 50. A new Orleans Juno 24. A Cotton Dulli sales 1150 Bales Low middling 24�. Receipts g44 Bales. Exports 4612 Bales. In sugar and molasses nothing reported. Flour quiet and firmer superfine s10 250 10 50 double extra $12 00. Corn improved yellow and mixed 800 90c. White 95c. A better. Oats firmer at .g8@70c. Bacon shoulders lq01oj,c. Ribbed 114c. Clear 13c. Pork Dull at s23_ 00023 25. Whiskey Only retail $1 750 2 25 for Western rectified. Coffee unchanged. Gold 138. Sterling 49 052. New York sight i Premium. Fortress Monroe Juno 24. United states Steamer Winooski arrived in Hampton roads to Day. Forty Odd cases of yellow fever. The epidemic developed itself after leaving Matt Mas. Joseph Cooper Seaman died unmistakably of Blank vomit. Most cases Are considered out of danger Boston june 24.�?Tho City is decked in. Gala costume Tho entire population appear determined on a grand Holiday business is suspended and the inhabitants of the suburbs and thousands of people from hundreds of Miles Distant Are in Tho streets crowding Tho Side walks door stops windows House tops and every available Point to watch Tho View of Tho grand masonic Celebration in which president Johnson takes part. Tho masonic procession commenced this morning shortly i Eforo twelve of clock. Tho weather is delightful. Everything is passing Fofiu the most splendid manner. A Washington Juno 24.�?fourteen new Post offices has Beau opened in Tho South. The department intends perfecting the service As speedily As possible. Judge Fisher decided finally against allowing Tho defence in Tho Surratt Case to recall prosecutions witnesses for Cross exam ration. Or. Jos. May who Romosod the tumor from Booths neck testifies that he had identified Booths dead body on the Monitor at Tho Navy. Yard. No pointed evidence bearing on the Case was elicited to Day. New York june 24.�?arrived, Erbacci Clide from Wilmington. John Schmidt sixty five years old Cut his Throat after attempting co kill his former mistress. General Sheridan saturday telegraphed to general Grant declining to extend the time for registration in Louisiana in compliance with conditional instructions from the president. Internal Revenue receipts to Day amount to $1,252,000.___eukopeaw.hew�. A London june 18�?1 p. Reform mob attacked a tory meeting to night at st. James Hall stormed the platform and erected a red Ilag surmounted by a Liberty Cap. There was much fighting and Many arrests were made. London june 18�?2 p. formidable anti Popery riot is progressing at Birmingham. The rioters in Strong Force. A roman Catholic Chapel had been attacked and threatened with demolition. Intense excitement prevails. At 3 a. M. The rioters Are in full Possession of the deity of Birmingham. All efforts to pre a serve order proved l tile. A Large bodies of troops have been sent to the scene of disturbance with orders to put it Down and restore q Niet at All hazards. The Bank of Holland has reduced the rate of interest to 2j per cent. New Yore june 18.�?Cable advices from Crete represent the turks badly worsted and gone into fortified Camps. They burned All indefensible villages and killed All the inhabitants. The consuls of various Powers have notified their governments of these atrocities. London june 21. anniversary of Vic Toriaz a Coronation is being magnificently celebrated. Ltd Birmingham june 21.- harangues of a Man named Murphy Havo caused a the troops used cutlasses several rioters were wounded none killed. Murphy continues to Harrangue but comparative quiet prevails. Lox Don june 21--noon.�?consols 944.�? Bonds 73. London june 21, 2 p. 94g. Arrived Arago and Scotia. Liverpool june 21, quiet Uplands 11. Orleans 11 a. Sales 10,000 Bales sales of the week 65,000, whereof 18,000 went to speculators and exporters. Stock 824,000,whereof 439,000 Are american. Bullion increased �552,000. A Liverpool june 20 a steady sales 10,000 Bales. Bread stuffs improving. London june 20.�?evening.�?consols 944 Bonds 73. Paris june 20. minister of foreign affairs had a conference with the United states and Spanish ministers relative to South american affairs. A constantinople june 20.�?edward Braque Bey turkish minister to Washington departed for America to Day. London june 20.�?lord Stanley stated in the House of commons that he had no official information of turkish outrages in Crete. A Paris june 21.�?it is the impression hero that the. Government has decided to make a considerable reduction in the military Force of the Empire. The present session of the corps Legi latiff will accomplish a Large. Amount of business before the Day of adjournment a which is not far Distant. London Julie 22�?noon.�?consola 944 Bonds 73.Liverpool june 22�?noon.�?Cotton Dull sales 8000 Bales middling Uplands 114 Orleans la amp a. Bread stuff i and provisions quiet. Common Rosin 7dlp. Turpentine 31032. London june 22. Steamer Southampton Voith brazilian dates to the 24th has Are Rived. The emperor 0 ene 1 the Chambers on the 22d, and said Tho general condition of the ,. Country was favourable. Many planters were arriving at Brazil from the Southern states and cholera had ceased its Birmingham june 22.�?murphy continues preaching against catholics. The City is quiet but an outbreak May occur at any time policemen continue to Wear cutlasses. Liverpool june 22�?p. without change. Corn advanced. Pork advanced one shilling. Hamburg june 22. A the Orussia arrived from constantinople. The grand Turk departed to Day for Paris. London june 22.�?consols declined Blondon june 22�?evening.�?consols 944. Bonds 73. 1.Liverpool june 22, Dull. Middling Uplands ll�0h4d Orleans hid. Corn 39s. A pole 76s. Lard 48s 6d. Frankfort Juno 23.�?Bonds, 77g. St. Petersburg Juno 23. Czar arrived he Reto Duy London june 23.�?a constantinople dispatch announces that Tho Sublime Porte has acceded to the proposition for a joint commission to investigate cretan grievances. Perth june 23. people of Croatia oppose Union with Hungary. Berlin june 22.�?-the Constitution of the North German confederation having been ratified by All the states composing that body will be officially promulgated on tuesday next. London Juno 22.�?advices from the continent represent that the feeling prevails both in Paris and Berlin that the relations Between the emperor Napoleon and the King of Prus aia Are not cordial. Hearts Content june 23, repaired Cable continues to work perfectly and May to considered As reliable As though no damage had occurred. It was found to be in an absolutely crushed state notwithstanding its heavier Armour for a length of one Hundred and Twenty Leet. London Juno 24, 944. Bonds 73. Liverpool june 24, noon a Cotton tending Down sales 8000 Bales Uplands ll�@114d. Orleans 11 id. Com 39s., others unchanged. Pest i june 24.�?in the lower House of the hungarian diet m. Bernath demanded that Tho government bring in Bills for Tho emancipation of the jews from civil and political disabilities. Berlin june 24.�?parties from Hungary say that Napoleon continues to Purchase a Large Nuin Bor of horses there. The Queen of Prussia visits Victoria. London june 24�?evening.�?consols closed at 94. Bonds 73. A Liverpool june 24�? Cotton closed quiet at u decline of fully an cd middling Uplands hid Orleans Llyd sales 10,000 Bales. Quot pies and puddings generally come last. The last things that Pride eats is Humble . Mexico. \. By the arrival of the st. Mary we have Ono week s later dates of Rio Grande papers. A careful Reading of them discloses even less than the usual amount of intelligence. Tho i dates seem to be Queretaro the 8th, san Luis Tho 14th Aud Monterey the 17th, for our mexican Brethren Are sadly oblivious to the necessity of accuracy in the use of Trio courier. The Coahuila use says that the Rumor was Rife at Saltillo that when Tho surrender of Sucre Taro was made known to Marquez he ordered the papers left by Maximilian when he departed from the capital to be opened and having found among them the abdication of the emperor in favor of Young a turbid under Tho Regency of Tho Empress Carlotta compelled the Stato Council and the members of the Cabinet to make an act of adhesion to the new government created by Maximilian. The same paper says that letters from Leon confirm the statement that Marquez has arrested and is Leepin a in custody Moro than Twenty distinguished liberals and that Tho same Are held in Bosang ofor his own Security and the Security of the prisoners of snere Taro. Ait is also stated that on Tho 4th Maximilian s counsel asked for Ono month to prepare his defence which was refused and that Tho Council of War would assemble next morning to dispose of their prisoners. To do not believe that this Lias any other foundation than the rain Clovo general Olivera Imperial would Only surrender his forces at Queretaro after the fall of the place upon honorable terms. The terms of capitulation state that to surrendered in accordance with Tho established usages and Laws of nations. The Liberal officer. General Martinez agreeing to this has been put under arrest and the arms and other munitions of War taken from Olivera Wero ordered to be. Placed Back into the hands of to lat officer and his men just As they wore before the capitulation. What was to follow is not stated. A it is also stated that Escobedo has received a leave of absence and is going of a visit to Europe. General Trevino assumes command of the army of the North. All the foreign prisoners Are on Tho March towards Monterey. They number some four or five thousand including austrians belgians Aud French. Colonel Maximo Campo was not shot As reported but murdered while lying dangerously wounded in the Hospital at Queretaro by a Man named Saenz. Marquez had commenced executing some of the liberals he held As hostages. By this last mail to learn that he had shot two the names not mentioned. The circumstances under which general Mendez Vas murdered were As follows when Queretaro was sold by Lopez general Mendez was among Tho missing. To had secreted himself in a Hole under the House of a Friend. This fact became known to Escobedo Liore upon lie issued an order that All persons attached to the army of Maximilian at quere tary who should fail to deliver themselves up within twelve hours should to shot As soon As apprehended. At the end of twelve hours a a detachment dragged general Mendez from his seclusion and general Escobedo at onco ordered his execution. General Meudez was one of the most accomplished and Noble warriors of his race and had shown great magnanimity to the Many thousand prisoners whom he had taken do Mig the War. A there is also a statement a that no doubt Maximilian had been executed a but As Thoro is no statement giving any satisfactory information regarding him we Are strongly of the opinion that Tho news now Bent regarding him is Only that of previous amended according to mexican custom. Specials. Ely York markets. New York Juno 25.�?Gold opened at 1384. New Yobe Juno 25�?11 30 a. 1382. Cotton Market inactive and prices drooping middling Uplands nominally 26c. Orleans 27c. Exchange steady. New Yore May 25, 1 p. 138a. Cotton Market unchanged in every respect. Exchange steady at 10a@10fi. By the Cable. London Juno 25, 11 a. , 944. 5-20�?Ts, 73. Liverpool june 25, 11 a. M. A Cotton Market Dull middling Uplands 11011 and. Orleans Llyd. Sales 6000 of Loul Slot the following is the copy of a dispatch from general Sheridan to general Grant Headquarters fifth military District i new Orleans la., june 18,1867. J general j. S. Grant commanding armies of Trio. United states Washington d. C general i have the Honor to report that i have extended the registration in Tho Parish of Orleans until Tho 30th of june at which time registration will close in the state there Are now eighty thousand 80,000 votes registered which indicates that the registration in the state is nearly completed. In i860 the vote of Tho state was fifty thousand 50,000. I will extend Tho Timo to Tho 10th of july in some few of the parishes where the popu lation is Large so As to give no just grounds Fot complaint. P. H. Sheridan major general United states army. Minister to Mexico a question of . Lewis d. Campbell left Tho City last evening which has been his official re Fidenco for Tho inst six months. A gentleman conversing with him As he was departing from the st. Charles hotel said a i thought you were going to Mexico or. Campbell replied a Thero is Iio transportation for Ine in that direction. The government seems to be poor so am i. I go to Hamilton Ohio then to Washington Aud then will probably learn what is Tho . 0. Republican. It is supposed that Tho Man who left Tho House was not Able to take it with him
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