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Galveston Flakes Semi Weekly Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 13, 1867, Galveston, Texas It a so a a Semi a weekly. I z izul�zt<>5r # a it Kex soft o Quot a to Var Kyo vol. , wednesday morning november 13, 186?. No. 61.telegraphic. i Assoc muted in a cps new Yoi a nov. 7.�?Cotton firmer sales 2500 Bales 18j019. Flour Active site 58 Topis 10. Freights heavy a Cotton steam sail 5-lo0f,. Arrived Alliance Nunci Ida Nicholson. New York nov. 7.�?.slock steady u2 coupons 8gold 3sij. Money not in its but easier at the Elose Call Loans 007 prime discounts 90 10. Gold a lapsed lower 38 Loans let to 6 for carrying. Governments dosed quiet and steady. Stocks steady and. Moro a Tivo at the close. Sub Treasury balance 105,000,000. New Orleans nov. 7.�?Cotton firm salts 1000 Bales middling Orleans 18c. Receipts 22g4 exports 3000 sugar and molasses unchanged flour Dull Superio $10 25010 50 oho Ico $14 75 Corn Cynil at $1 4301 5u Oats Dull at rtc@80c. Pork Dull Nunci drooping $23 25 Bacon shoulders 14j011sc. Clo u a l in 17 Clear 1s.j lard no safes quoted Dull at in pierces and lie. In kegs. Gold 1380,139 Sterling 1470151 new York sight. I per cent discount. New qhle.vx.-5, nov. 7.�?11. King Cutler has organized thu Union party of. Louisiana which promulgates the platform of Universal suffrage Universal amnesty Universal mud opposition to confiscation. He has chosen the now Orleans times and. The now Orleans Republican As his official organs. Tho party is a rather singular association is Tho two papers fraternally Call each other a Al Luckey confederates and a a mendicant loyalist Quot respectively. Both seem to regard a he new party with suspicion and neither is covetous of Tho Honor of lie Iii its Organ. Tho coloured schools in this City under a he control of Tho Freedom no a Bureau yesterday turned Over to the charge of the it of Public school directors of this Transfer included teachers As Well As pupils Tho Board agreeing to retain nil teachers who Provo themselves eos Nuetzi it upon an u .\.�?Tn-nation. The furniture books no appoint Lents Wei a also turned Over. Grew York nov. 7. �?1this morning s till it in an article attributed to to Vic grit a. A i strongly for Chase and Lepree Iutin a it i , staying a general Grant we by gone ins a great Unm i a cry a a a a at general. Thu War Over no longer carry election a Vai go tui this Viu Viies Rind i Thor a g Tae p,.3j>l3 i 1 rally Ali. Jig and 11� a it a it a us a it Shing general Grant f a it a a a a l a l ilis3, where the whig ? a 1 v ill i a i. Of Jiey Are All we t it ii Ive t Ltd o a a Vivy Uliey title i Tuke the Tiase of a Lay Quot the National Uii Ioa coup vat Tion i i in at Pulhuj Elohla George it. Stuart president. Over three inn Rcd Dot Legates present representing the old Aujla Xen schools the Date Liel o used the Caa sir land Aid United churches. a nov. 12 so Gap 6- �>4 reals Lix Elmange on London 15 3 1c. A Toomey aiv., nov. 7.�?in tho_re2ou- str Etious convention a committee of thirteen was raised to re Vort by what authority l mis b. Parsons presided Over and became provisional governor of Alabama and also to report Tho effect of Tho state Constitution of september 18c5, and subset Ieiri legislation and what is the present political status of Alabama. A a major go ueral Pope by invitation took a a eat on Tho presidents stand and Brielly returned Thiu iks for Tho Honor conferred Wasi Unutoa nov. 7.�?receipts of customs for Tho Lour Days ending october 31.-, one million and a half dollars. It is anon need positively that sir Edward Thornton has been tendered the minister ship bul Lias not yet accepted. Revenue to Day $ 137,000.in a reported conversation. Senator Wade is represented As saying that Congress would never a modify Tho reconstruction Law Bat would make them harder if the s Jath did not Behnso better lie is sorry us it the Republican disposition to run Grant Wndy says let him come omit like a in Vul and show his principles. In be characterizes Steve is o nation Bills As . Thurlow it ii s Wing of the republicans i Avo proclaimed for Irant. Washington nov. 7.�?Tho agricultural i a re to a it it ii t for oct Obi a , the present melons places the cup at two ail a e. Half Milli Jii i a it will certainly exc de . Million. I he liar Achi Snga a yield is a Tiu rated at Twenty per ont. Over year. A Iku Linn of the crop is i in Ali a a Priidu i to 11lb ice it s-.-ct.-jn.�,. Washing ton n iv.1.-�? latest a Ivett Vas pro i new York leave Laid joint ballot la Ture Loul Tull. No of Iulg Iii a a r.hu4 Tho Gubenia Lional results in or Mimi Enosta. I Babi ties Aiu in favor la i Uei est of tin i Iii both sat the Grant inti is a a All parties except u i licks unit a Wiltra a Eino crafts claim Linn. La t i Thayer Washburne and i a Orney it eem t it lie gram s a orites . It is Lair to st it a that giant Lii self has not spoken. Washington nov. 7.�? Trio n. Y. Hus the Folio Iti Havana nov. 5�?12 Royal mail Kider Captain Box from Peru Cru. A to vember 2d, has arrived h re. General Santa Anna is on Board and is on his Way to tii. Thomas. Tho Eider brings Tho nows that file court which was to lenient As to silo tace old fellow has been in turn imprisoned for their regard towards him. Tho a Lection of Juarez is now reported As doubtful further returns having been received from Tho stronger portion of the. Slates. However should Hii Como out victorious the opinion is freely expressed among foreigners that Oliero will to a revolution in two months. Tho remains of Maximilian have not yet be a Ile Zivorad to Admiral begot holy. Hall of California Maximilian s late defender Lias arrived by Tho Eider and goes North byway of now Orleans. Richmond nov. 7.�?a meeting of Tho is i i Tive committee of the conservative party of Virginia was held to night and adopted i ii Lutious to Call a convention to be held at Richmond on december 11th, to effect an organization of Tho party. Gom Rul sheol held Lias consented that a mixed commission of u. S. Officers of a citizens appointed by Tho City court Hall Fako the census of Tho wards in which fraudulent votes Are suspected to have been cast. Wii i Tony nov. 7.�? to convention to lie. Called ill this state ii consequence of a division among the conservative press As a body will almost certainly be controlled by conservative influence . Eston nov. 7.�?general Canby having suspended All the elections it is understood that Tho present mayor and City Council of Charleston Whoso term of office has now expired will continue in office. Washington nov. 8.�?Tho democrats Aro betting on 45,000 on new York state. It is settled that Thuc president will withhold his annual message until Tho first Mandity in december. All the members of the Cabinet were at the me Ting to Day except a Ells who is sick. The propeller Acme has been wrecked on l Ike Erie. Internal Revenue receipts to Day $317,000. Tho heralds special has Tho following a i learn to night that an sex member of the Cabinet to Day presented to general Grant a copy of Forney s double Leader editorial on the presidency and asked him if he endorsed it. It is snid Grant disapproved of some of Tho articles and declared to had not authorized Forney to speak for him.�?�. The Tribune says editorially a was human life in new York is too Short for a body to read live columns of the press we Havo reduced colonel Forney a Points to these first general Grant succeeded or. Stanton As Secretary of War this being an act of rare sagacity and courage. Second a general Rawlins believes in Grant. Third a. B. Washburn believes in Graut. Fourth a senator Thayer of Nebraska believes in Graut. Fifth a several gentlemen named in connection with Tho presidency have promised to vote for him. Sixth what his principles Are is nobody a a canvass of Tho Ohio legislature gives thunem Tho seat worship undoubtedly. Washington nov. 8�?there seems to. Be. Some misapprehension As to Tho Law in refer Quot a a once to lie coloured military companies in this City and throughout the South. The fact is they Are All without warrant of Law. A very Oil act of Congress passed in the last Century provides that All military Volunteer organizations in Tho District of Columbia shall to under Tho control of the president who is authorized to. Commission the office in and Quot to is in fact clothed with a the Samo Power is the govern or of states have Over local militia forces. It appears that Tho Volunteer organizations Whita and Black in a tors City have been organised contrary to this Law Tanir Oil ictus Nave not been commissioned by the president and they arc responsible to no one they have chosen their o in officers hold drills at stated period and make Public Parade often keeping up their displays until Doug after Midnight. The president regards these Volunteer companies As dangerous in Izeir character unless they Aro made responsible in some Way to Tho government and to Taer Elore thinks that they ought to to suppressed. His order is directly against both Blacks and Whites without distinction. Ila Hai also ordered an increase in the regular forces Garriso Ning Tho various Points in Tho District of Columbia and the department of Washington. This department As at present organized embraces Maryland Delaware Tho District of Columbia and three a panties of Virginia. It. Is under Tho command of general Emory. In answer to inquiries from the president it seems that in this extensive department general Emory states that to has Only 1900 men under him but 1393 of whom Aro effective. This Small Force is regarded is inadequate even for the Protection of Tho Public property about Washington. Washington. Nov. 8.�?tao fog with which Grant allows himself to be surrounded is More dense the in Over morning. A widely published special Makos him say through a Friend who had a prolonged inter View with him yesterday that Washburn has no authority to speak for him and that for a Long time he has endeavoured to shake Washburn off. In opposition to this Aro Tho facts that Washburn domiciles with Grant and that yesterday general Row Pius Grauth a Chiet of staff presented Washburn with a Capo made from Tho Trio Uudo a which Pemberton surrendered to Granta Vicksburg. A r indic in senator of the most Ultra school claims that Grant suits him and it is Stato i that the n tide in the chronic to ivies preceded by a Long consultation Between Logan Thayer and Washburn during part of which Grant was present. An Oil Rui Yery near Pittsburg with 150i barrels of Oil was destroyed by Firo yester div. Cook Foreman was burned to stores on South main Street Sedalia mo., were destroyed by lire yesterday. Los cl5.io0j. The Tennessee Senate 1ms reconsidered Tho vote prohibiting distinction on Aee Oaut of Clor on the ears an i a motion is pending to c impel the roads to have special negro cars. New Jersey goes 12,000 majority and a majority of 10 on joint ballot. A democratic min a Ity on joint ballot in a new York is conceded. In Maryland the democratic majority is 35,000. Wash a Egton nov. morning s chronicle in an editorial which was also telegraphed last night to Philadelphia and appears i Tho press referring to Tho special dispatch alluded to yesterday which it publishes says a two Aro authorized to state that Tho too to is unqualified Day Tho chronicle insists that it has fairly represented Grants political status. Among general granted visitors during Tho Day on which Tho questioned conversation one Uriel was Hon. Montgomery Blair. Cabinet changes Aro again rumoured but no Immediato changes Aro probable. m so ton nov. 9.�?Tho following circus lir h is been sent by Tho War department to Tho several assistant commissioners of Tho s Bureau Bureau it it of refugees freedmen j and abandoned lands Washington nov. 5, 180�?T sin As there is still quite an amount of abandoned property on your returns Aud much of it Occupin i by Tho former owners who abandoned it according to the definition of Tho Law Aud who through contempt of Tho g Iver ment of Tho uni Tail states and of Tho president s authority decline to Mako a in application under Tho orders approved by him for its restoration you Aro hereby instructed to give Zotico to All such leis us through your officers und agents f their property coming under the no Quot be ii id 0f abandoned property held by the government i end �07. And now on your returns will be take a formal Possession of on the first Lay of january next a cd rented to refugees and Ive Edmen in accordance with the provisions of the Law. In Caso they Mako application in accordance with Laws formal restoration will be immediately made and reported to this office. Very truly yours u. S. Ghant Secretary of War or la interim. General Howard has departed southward on a tour of inspection. Tho clerks in the Quot War office arc forbidden to communicate with a claim agents on business affairs. Claim agents approaching clerks on interdicted Points Are to to excluded. The president has accepted _ a serenade for wednesday evening. Washington nov. 9.�?judge Fisher s disbarment of Bradley was confirmed to Day by a full thanked the court Lor kindly expressions but announced his previously formed determination to annd in j. Walker argued Bradley s Case. General Grant has Foi hidden leaves it of absence unless Tho applications Home through a a regular channels. I ii. R. Meyers his been appointed assistant special agent of the Postof Jee department. Internal Revenue receipts to Dav $327,000 for the week $4,031,000 for the year to Date $77.842,000. Washington nov. 9.�?captain l. Chen Ley of Louisville is Here with a committee of Western Steamboat men of which he is chairman to seek modification in the Steamboat a Washington nov. 8�?a special to the Herald says that Tho president will see that a Force is.,.gathered about him so that in Caso of any troubles either growing a out of congressional or negro Dif a affection prompt and effective remedies May be applied. Richmond nov. 8.�?general Schofield a its plies to Tho protest of the Defeated conservative candidates against the Extension of Tho time of. Voting and fraud in the late elections Here. As to the Extension of time he says it was clearly thu intent of Congers this spoils kept open Entill ail the votes were polled and this finds precedent in the Laws of Virginia. With reference to illegal voting he says he can Only investigate that when the registering officers make their returns to him. He promises to submit Tho claims of Tho Defeated candidates to the convention Dien it meets and give Bot i parties his assistance in discovering any fraud that May have been As to polls being kept open Loi Ger where Black votes were heaviest he says it is sufficient to say they were kept open in All cases until All Tho votes were polled. He concludes thus a that threats intimidation and actual v Oknee in More than one instance were As you alleged resorted to by the Blacks to control the votes of persons of their own race is no doubt True. Whether Tho effect change any considerable number of votes May be difficult to determine but it uncertainly a legitimate subject for. Investigation. And if it appear that such bos been done it will be just grounds for contesting the Richmond nov. 9.�?yesterday at blounts Villo tenn., suit was brought against an sex. Press company in which the plaintiff claimed. Damages for goods destroyed by Federal troops on in express car on the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad. The a express company plead that their receipts provided against damages or loss by fire or the common ene my. Judge Butler decided that Tho Federal troops we�?Tra., not the common enemy and a verdict for sic,000 was Given against Tho company. An excited Republican meeting was held at Tho Headquarters of the Blacks last night. A. Committee was appointed to await on general Scho Leld and request him to order City elections. Lewis Lindsay a Colore a Delegate elect to the convention made a speech. Alluding to the discharge of negroes for voting the Radical ticket he said a before any of his children should suffer for food Tho streets of Richmond should run knee deep in blood. He thanked god that the negroes had Learned to Uso swords and guns a ail efforts of Tho More peaceful negroes to atop these Demon Strati us Wero hooted Down. The citizens Heie Are Sivo of a trouble. Ward vell and other White r Idiu als unit the meeting. A Columbia . Nov. conservative convention of Vinto citizens or Pieski Ting Twenty districts of the state has just adjourned after a session of two Days. It 9 a nost influential body that has a convened Here for several years. General Chestnut was president. Thu address to the people of the country proposed by a committee of Twenty Aud submit ted by Chancellor Inglis is a Strong document. It describes Tho condition of the country Aud protests against negro supremacy the address was unanimously adopted. Wilmington. Nov. 8.�?registration1 for four Days 277�?whites, 88 Blacks 189. Raleigh nov. 8.�?ptlie i in registration returns show 103,00 White voters Aud 71,055 Blacks. White majority 31,403. Hon. J. B tier congressman from i Lino is Speaks to night by invitation of the citizens. Princeton Iii., nov. 8.�?a fire occurred a hero to Day destroying the Railroad depot and other property. Loss Quarter of a incl a lion. Cause in known. Insurance $100,000. Vicks Busic nov. S a colonel w. Ii. Mecar dle editor of the Vicksburg times was arrested Aud confined to Day by order of general Ord. Chargo not made known. Savanna ii nov. 8.�?a prize fight came off yesterday Between Kelly and White. Kelly won by a foul. Cincinnati nov. 9.�?there has been a full meeting of the chamber of Commerce Here 900 members being present. They unanimously adopted a report praying Congress to take off the Cotton and sugar tax. Montgo Meliv nov. 9. reconstruction convention has decided against Tho proposition to insert no proc Ristivo Lealure in the now Constitution. The Republican party propose to elect All state Aud county of Licurs at the same time that Tho Constitution is submitted to Tho people in Hopes of getting a larger vote on its ratification and prevent any loss to the republicans on account of Tho for Sodmeu changing Homes on Tho first of january. ,. Montu Bucuy nov. reconstruction convention on a test vote tabled by a vote of 15to 42, a proposition to abolish Tho present provisional state government within Twenty Days. An ordinance was introduced and referred to Tho appropriate committee to organize a provisional government for Tho state and vacating All important Stato offices on Tho first of january next Tho provisional governor to to appointed by the convention which shall till All offices by the appointment of men who Cau subscribe Tho test oath. A Resolution was introduced and referred proposing to disfranchised All of trons implicated in Tho murder of Union during Tho War. 1. Philadelphia nov. J a Tho presbyterian convention has adopted a basis of Union Aud adjourned after recommending similar con1-ventions every year. Chicago nov. 9.�?wisconsin returns indicate 4000 Republican nov. 9l�?the Steamer Deer Lodge from Tho upper Missouri Lias arrived with 120 passengers and 82,000,000 in treasure. Newy Oak nov. 9.�?Steamer rising Sun arrived from Aspinwall with $330,000 in treasure. She brings the news that a rupture had of. Curved Between the. Executive and legislature. Of Ecuador which led to the arrest of several legislators but resulted in Harmony after the resignation of the obnoxious Homo Sec re Ivry. Tho revolution in Peru gains headway. New . 9.�?jack Walshe knocked Dan Mcgill senseless on the 57th round. The fight lasted two hours and fifteen minutes. Havana nov. 7.�?general Santa Anna is Here buying a farm. A the Steamer Georgia from Vera Cruz 31st october has arrived and brings news from the mexican capital to the 29th. Juarez had been elected. A commissioner has Como on a to negotiate a loan of 512,000,000 at Washington. The government has left the troops a unpaid and used four Hundred thousand dollars Lor other purposes. Tho United states Steamer Yantic was still outside of Tampico bar. A Conducta of $000,000 in Specif Lead arrived tit Vera Cruz. New Yoek nov. 8.�? stocks Active. Gold 139, Money 607 per cent. Sterling Long time 109n Short 1o9j01o9j. 5-2�s of �?T02, coupons 108n-flour unchanged. Wheat quiet. Corn 10 2c better. Pork heavy at $21021 05. Lard Dull at 121013j. A Colton steady 18i�19c for middling Uplands. Freights firn. ,. New Yoke nov. 8 a Cotton fir her and a Tivo sales 3800 Bales middling Uplands 19c. Floor quiet and. Unchanged. Wheat Dull Corn in Largo speculative demand mixed Western is 3-101 37. Mess pork firm at $21. Whisky Dull at 38c in Bond. Groceries quiet but firm naval stores study. Freights firm. Stocks closed /520s of �?T62, with you Pons 1081. Tennessee 6s, sex Coupon c6. North Carolina sex Coupon 51. Georgia 7s, 83. A new York nov. 9.�?money easier this afternoon with Laige offerings. Call Loans generally 607, though Large balances Are loaned at 5 per cent. The Bank statement Grill be less favourable than last week and shows blobs of deposits and Legal tenders Tho result of currency moving to the South Gold closed steady at 1385. Quiet shipment of specie this week $298,000. New York nov. 9.�?Gold opened at 139i�? 11 a. M., Gold 139. Cotton Market quiet and. Firm. Middling-181019c Mobile 19�@19c Orleans 200201c. Sterling 109301092. New Yobe nov. 9, 12 m.�?goldr�?T138g,. Cotton demand fair prices firm and in dec fenced. Receipts -.for. The week 10,500 Bales sales for Tho week 20,000 exports 10,-000 Stock 20,000., new York nov. 9.�?Cotton is less Active and prices Are drooping middling 19c. Flour heavy state $800010 25 wheat unchanged. Mixed a Vest in Corn $13501 37�. Whisky unchanged. Pork heavy�?�20 75. Lard quiet and steady. Groceries and naval stores quiet. Turpentine 55c. Rosm no. 1, $4 000 4 75. Freights steady. Gold 138.�. New York nov. 10. steamship mar Mion left st. Thomas on the 1st, and reported the Steamer North America arrived at st. A Thomas on the 30th, and sailed on Tho same Day. The steamship Marmion arrived off st. Thomas it Midnight on Tho 29th, but did not run in till the morning of Tho 30th, on account of the absence of lights. On entering in was found that the Harbor had been visited Tho Day previous with the most terrific Hurricane Ever known Aud every vessel in port was badly damaged Miliny a of them sunk the Lighthouse was destroyed and most of the houses on Shore More or less Dat naked. Although the Marmion was but 90 Miles from port on the 29th, she experienced nothing More than a stiff Breeze. 1 Washin Oeon nov. 10.�?captain j. N. Moi att is Here Lawing for his cd Nosen ted property. Negro suffrage has been Defeated in Minne. Sota by 2000. A to publican governor elected by 3000 majority. Wisconsin Republican governor elected by 4500 nov. 10.�?two passenger trains collided near Grenada on Friday night locomotives smashed a negro was . Louis nov. 10.�?several committees of the army of Tennessee have complained of a arrangements for the annual meeting hero on the 14th and 15th. An unusually Large run. Ion is Rawlings president of the society will probably deliver an annual address. General Sherman Speaks at Tho Cun Guel. General Howard telegraphs that to will positively be hero. Graut is expected in Chicago. H Tho Brighton House just outside the pity with stables and ten horses burned. The boiler of Maples a flouring Mill exploded building burned and the Engineer missing. Loss $75,000. New York nov. 10.�?bank statement Loans increased �491,000 Aspecio increased $3,842,000 circulation increased $32,000 deposits decreased $359,000, la Gal tenders decreased $1,855,000. Philadelphia nov. 10.�?heavy Rains Sinco last evening. The Street cars have resumed their sunday trips. New York nov. 10. A Hoffman was nominated by Tho tammany Hall. Arrived the deutschland. Siddon and Iowa from Europe the Marmion from Rio 10th .ult.,. Jon. O. Harrison of now Orleans passenger died of apoplexy arrived also steam Quot ers Souder Barnes Alid Knight from Tho coast i. New York nov. 10, Lighthouse at key West was destroyed daring Tho late Gale. No Cable dispatches received to Day. Three Days dispatches now new York nov. -11.�?arrived steamers Hatteras Ashland and Mary Sanford. New York nov. 11.�?stocks Dull. Money a c07 Pir cont. Gold 139. Sterling Long 9� �18 52 coupons 108.j. Flour 10 to of Etc. Lower. Wheat 1 to 2c. Lower. Corn la better. Rio drooping. Pork drooping $20 75 lard Dull Cotton Dull at 19c. Freights quiet. Turpentine Dull 550550. Rosin quiet $3 50. Washington nov. 11.�?frederick a. Packard Long prominently connected with the american sunday school Union Tho Schooner Atlantic from Norfolk Forgoston was sunk off Montauk Point. The Crew was saved. Thero seems Little doubt that Grant told Montgomery Blair that no one was authorized to speak for him. It is however equally Woll established that Grant was advised of the bearings of Forney a article Prenos to its publication and that to made no objection to it. A a a Washington nov. .11.�?it is ascertained from a reliable source that the government will be ready to proceed with the trial of or. Davis on Tho 25th. Both sides however de Siro that chief Justice Chase shall preside with judge Underwood and therefore it is. Possible the trial May to postponed for a Short Tims to enable Chase to make arrangements to preside. Legal considerations alone prompt the desire that the two judges should sit in Tho Case. Be York nov. 11.�?Cotton drooping sales 1000 Bales at 18i019c. New York nov. 11.�?government securities Dull. A Motiey 7 per cent. 5-20a �?T62 purchased at 108s. 5 20s �?T04,105�T. Gold 138�z-new Orleans nov. 11.�?louisiana sugar and Aid asses Active supplies Light and sell is soon As landed sugar full fair 14ic Seconde 142c yellow clarified 16. Molasses fair to 75079c. Flour quiet a a double extra $10 75011 00 Choice $14 00015 50. Corn Dull Aud drooping Choice White $1 45. Oate Dull 77078. Bacon shoulders 14c Clear 18c. Por Koub quoted nominally $22 50. Lard Dull pierces quoted 13c kegs 13j013j.,Cotton firmer middling Orleans 18 1800 Bales. Receipts Sinco yesterday 19g7. Sex ports 507. Gold 139. Sterling commercial 47048. Bank rates nominal. Now York Sig lit Par to a Premium. New of leans nov. 11.�?no deaths from yellow fever Wero reported to the braid of a health yesterday and no applications to the Howard association for Relief. The Bremen ship Carl arrived yesterday bringing another loud of German migrants for Texas. The papers announce of Lato the arrival of a Large number of German emigrants for that Stato. Washington nov. 11.�?Tho papers by the Steamer deutschland contain the following item Whilo the emperor of Austria was enjoying himself at Tho Steeple Chase at Vincennes the emperor Napoleon drove in from Saint Cloud and paid a Short visit to the expedition. It was Long enough however for a Comfort. A Sceno occurred As in look a for As it was disgraceful during his visit. An egg. Was thrown fit the Large picture of him by flooding and when he in ado his appearance in one of the galleries alow and distinct Hiss ing took place on the part of a collection of men in blouses. Tho unpopularity of the italian intervention and the o general state of uneasiness and dissatisfaction which exists Here among the lower classes Wero probably the cause of this demonstration. Richmond Nev. 11.�?general Schofield to Day ordered a court martial to assemble on the 18th inst., in the Case of colonel Rose u. S. A., conductor of elections Here who is formally charged by1 citizens with conduct unbecoming a officer1 and gentleman and drunkenness on election Day. The dispatch states the fact of the it a Bing of major Frank Butts former Bureau agent and co agent of King William county by Tho negroes there. An attempt was made by Tho civil authorities a to arrest the ringleaders they resisted and ithe military has been sent for. The leading coloured citizens will to out is. A card to Morrow disapproving the incendiary sentiments uttered by Lindsey the coloured Delegate to Tho convention. Montgomery ala., nov. 11.�?Tho reconstruction convention to Day considered the elective la Anchise. The committee presented majority air a minority reports. The majority report All who refuse to vote for or against the constr Yitian when it is sub Niit cd to Tho people and is otherwise prescriptive. These reports Are made Tho special order for to Morrow. A state constr Vatis convention is called 1 to meet in Macon Georgia thursday Tho 5th Day of december. New York nov. 11.�?Tho democratic majority in new York is 10,000 in Maryland 41,000. The democrats have gained 7800 in Minnesota while Tho negro suffrage which was voted on last year As Well As this shows a gain of 5000 votes. The returns from the Western counties of Kansas indicate that most of Thorn have gone democratic. The Revenue to Day is six Hundred and fifty thousand. Tammany Hall nominates Hoffman for mayor., Mozart nominates Fernando Wood and John j. Anthony is prominently mentioned by Tho democratic Union party. Thad. Stevens has written a five column Iet ter opposing Tho National Banks and urges that while the interest is payable in Coin the Bonds Cau honestly be liquidated with Legal tenders. A general Emery has disbanded Tho Annac to lionized military organizations in the District of Columbia. A it is said that Sheridan telegraphed to Grant advising him that ,.action, in removing general Hays from Tho new Orleans Shriev Alty be disapproved. A a the Vico Consul at Havana telegraphs the Stato department to Day that Tho cholera is serious at that port. It is officially declared that the number of cases is increasing. V philadelphia., nov. 11. Cigar Mazorr Here about two thousand Strong Aro on quote strike. 1 Menken has forsaken Damas a Sho Wili Mako Lier appearance in London Ere Ion Quot on Dit that she has taken passage in. The Steamer that will bring Charles Dickens to those shores. A sex senator Mason of Virginia is Tho author of a letter in Tho Richmond examiner setting Forth Tho advantages of Canada for Southern emigrants
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