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MONDAY, JUNE 12.
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The Latest News
LAST NIGHT'S REPORT.
Late Foreign News.
The English Pre s on Jeff.
Tney Plcafl far Merer to" toe
ii - - - ' ' -
The Netherlands Bevoke the
KecoenJUon of Confederate
Btlltgerent Eights. '
Earning cf the steamer Pon
Slicing LoMle. Admiral Dnpb'o1
Victories lor the
Late Froiii ian Francisco
II. S. Foote on his Travels.
MeetlBgs in BjmpBtrij
LATE FROM NEW ORLEANS
The Bebtl Army of Texas Dls-
binded and Gone Home. .
Bloctader Denbigh Destrojed.
WASKIKGTOH NEWS ITEMS
A Clue to the Cause of the Late
One of the Fiends Arrested.
He Makes a mil Confession.
GENERAL NEWS ITEMS.
Associated Press Report.
WASHINGTON, June 11.
The public may be surprised to learn the
number of loiters which are now reserved
the dead letter office, tent there under
the new law which makes the pre-pay ment
poet&ze compulsory. They amount to
more than 16,000 per week. The public
should rem mber thattheold law, allowing
letters not prepaid to be sent forward ac
cording to the address, and double postage
be collected of the receiver, h been re-,
pealed, and that now every letter not en
titled to free passage must have a stamp
unm it or it will be sent to the dead letter
Dispatches received at the'State Depart
ment announce that toe Government of
the Netherlands hat formally rescinded the
recognition of belligerent rights accorded
the rebels. Thi. is in retponse to the
penis of this Go vert ment addressed to
m tritirne powers. As Holland was one
tlitt nrat u bouvuia cm ajljr after Uw
revolution, i, to her honor be it sail, has
she been the very first to retract ber steps
after having vpumao. a c liferent position
during the rebellion. This breaks the com
bination of all Eu-cp'Mn powers acknowl
edging rebel belligerent rights "
A verbal error in the printed testimony
Hon. Chas. A. Dana, before the Mili ary
Commission now engaged in the triai of al
leged conspirators, makes it appear that be
hascwedtobe AsslstantSecrotary of War.
This is erroneous ; he does not expect to
ree'gn to July lit. - -
The navy .uepttrtmeni nas received me
folloaiog information of the capture of the
defenses of Sabine Pass, the entrance to
Galveston, Texas : "
NEW ORLEANS, May 31 1865.
Sir : I have the honor to inform your
Department that a dispatch, under date of
the 25th inst, was. tbia day, received from
Capt. jx. F. Hands, re porting; the evacuation
the defenses of Sabine Pas, Forts Man-
napassett and GriHin.
Acting volunteer Dieuienam vyommana-
Pennington hoisted the United States
flag; on these tort . -
The eun. uve in number, were spisea.
Fort Uriffid is described as havirg five
bomb-proofs, covered with two feet ot solid
timber, two layers of railroad iron, and
four feet of earth. There were four magv
zinea of like construction.
lieutenant Pennington kit force enough
hold the fons, and retired to his vessel,
leaving the American fiig flying."
Captain bands, under date oi Aiay Z'tn,
reports the rebel army of Teias disbanded
and gone borne The terms of surrender
recently executed in JNew Orleans, between
the rebel commanders and sent by General
Ku-bv Smith to Gei eral Canby, navmg
been complied witn on me part ei iuo
rebolr, it only remains for us to occupy the
fornications., With ngard to the rebel
naval forces in Texas, I am awured by the
Confederate Lieutenant Commander, Jon
athan Car ten, who is now here and who de
clares that thare is do naval property nor
any naral officers in Texas or seaboard,
and on y one vessel In Bad Biver the
ram Alihtouri which is to surrendered to
the commander of the Jlksissippi squad
H. L. LATCHER.
Actine Bear Admiral.
To Gideon "Welles, titcretary of the Navy.
The Navy Dvptrtment hat also reoeivea
nmn ot the destruction of the famous
blockide runner Lenbigh, May 27th, off
GaivesUin, by the Unitel States steamer
Fnrt Jar.kson. ine iiepanmeni nas bibo
received information of vhe destruction of
th schooner called Uomple," used
aa a euard boat at Galveston, Py Doau
(mm the United fttates steamer Cornubia.
TtaTijssian minister iSiron atocsaLana
the Bpanish minister Mr. Tassero, wailed
nnnn Mr. Seward, yesterday afternoon, at
the Jjeparimeni oi cuue, k upn mo
name of their respective Government, the
profound condolence and sympathy of two
I" . k . Maln
-r- . . , r, . - .w-
irmll BiaUOUB lor uio .njuiuH kiwi
tuned bv the assassinatioa of the lata
President, and for the dreadful sun wrings
r.t thartncnitarvof State. ...
They greeted XLt twwara mostcoraisiiy
na azoieesed cincera aatisiacuou . at nil
The wife of Secretary Seward hat been
very ill lor some daya past, but is now
The Bureau of Internal Be venue does
not foel authorised by law to regard the
amount received on a policy of life insur
ance a either legacy or income, conee
quently assessors, until runner aavuea,
will not hold such amoun. to either tax.
PHILADELPHIA, June 11.
.Tav Cooke report toat the tuitcnpuoni
to the national loan Saturday amounted to
i A63.100. includmz $103 450" from the
Third National Bank of Chicago, $100,000
fmm the Third National JSankot w. rauu
$110,000 from the Ninth Natl nal Bank of
New iOIk, lUU,OW ixoin me x uaa jauvu
al Bank ol Albany, $100,000 from the
Merchants' National Btnk of Boston, and
$270,000 from Pratt & Coyof .Baltimore.
Total for the week, tra.80 1,000. . , K ,
DEATH OF MRS. SIGOURNEY.
HARTFORD, June 11.
Mr. UH- Bizoumey, poeieta, died
this city thU morning, aged Wyeer-""
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
SAN FRANCISCO June 3.
. .Afire intbM city on the 1't initant,
dntroTed property valund at $25,000. One
man was naraad to neanh J .' - . '
A .UmQF and ottaiiiaitlo mneticg to
ympattait with Maxioo, Was neid cere on
the bight of the 1st. Spaeebea ware made
and maolationi pateed faTdriogthreaforce-
znent or toe Mero lXMirina. nine Mf x
ieaa General! Acfaoa and Vega, and the
Mrzicaq Gonial were preeent and were
heartily cheered. ieooral Aohoa made
General "WrteBt. acting taf Msiof (Sen
JCcOswellommtndiDg the department of
the Facifio, lately wrote a letter which has
beett publifhed in answer to enquiries ai to
wnai arms anaorgaaiaationa would be per
mitted to leave for' Mexico, in which he
expressed his smpftthy with the Bspuhli
can cause in Mx oo, but that
lor tte present, ' nntil out Government
shall announce its determination to maiC'
tain inrulate th tjrent-doctrine so dear to
vry American kaart, no." orgaalnition
will be allowed, neither wul armed men be
allowed tOj leave our . snores for, oreign
The Evening Balletm Is informed taat
llenry a foot, lately rebel beoatjr, is on
his Way over la td 'o this 'Htate, acciim pan
ted by his n-in-law, Senator Siewart, of
Jaevao.' ritual aeversc ciunei daugh
The national Ut. was. solemnly pbirv6d
on tbisess. .
A Nevada ttoer says that all Chinamen
who have left Virginia City fjrldihix and
all who started from Oaliforni, are oa their
wsy back, havinz been ordered a bv
the miaeraof Idaho and. Mont&no, whu
will allow no Chinamen ia the mines.
SAN FRANCISCO June 3. FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, June 11.
The New OrWne corresoondeet of- the
Herald state it is estimated that the total
amount of cittou of all kinds secrete! east
of the Miwiseippi river is 1,000,000 bales:
70,000 fa Arkansas And 300,000 in Texas.
rierre Sonle is In Texas. '' .
Ex Governor Moore has been arrested
at Mobile and sent to "Washington.
General 6hridan fctr ismed - orden -fbr-
biddinr military interference with the
shipments of cotton.
The Savannah' "Herald of the 6th con
tain the following: General Birga has
been assigned to the command of tne Sa
vannah diatcict... General Woodford jsia
command of this po-.t, General Grover
having been relieved. A division oft he 19:h
corps has arrived atSavsnnah. . ,
The steamer Governor 'itou a, while en
routs from Augusta for Savannah, with a
cargo of 1105 bales of cotton, took ll-e elev
en miles below Augusta and was burned
to the water's edget - The vessel, cargo and
baggage were ail lost. Some 40 eu;of 200
passenger were lost. They ware mostly
A poet office ha been opened at Au
gusta. :" -
ueneral Wasbburnrs brigade nas been
ordered from Angueta to- Savannah.
ueneral Moiweux aa ordered all oi the
school teacher at Savannah to take the
oath of all giance.
Utters have been sent by tne autnoritie
of Savannah for a supply of school books,
and free schools are to be at once opened
AU restrictions on travel have b3en re
moved by Generals bilmore t.d Grover in
their respective district.--
CAIRO, JUNE 10.
The steamer Kate Hart, from Memphis,
has 400 bales of catton for Kvansvilie and
Cincinnati. ' ' '
The Memphis Chamber of Commerce
ha been reorganized. v
The steamers Poland and Idaho collided
in the Yaixi river on the 8d, resulting in
the sinking of the I'oland and the loss of
ten or twelve hve. -.'-'' - '
Morfcan, the rebel who shot General
Ovmbj lart ;au, baa b9Ul arreBkeO.
New Orleans advices of the 6th gt&te
that an important, clue to the cauee of the
iate disastrous explosion at jljoub ib
thought to have been ascertamed. " A man
named Wall has been arrested a Mobile,
harged with baine implicated. , 19 stat ts
that he and two other men, on tne niiht
revkxit to (he exp o ion, p aced lorptdcxs
between tne buildings containing powder ;
that the work ,waa . performed . under
direction of a rebel Major wno threatemd
them with instant deatn H tni y aisooeyea
or offered to resist, and that tno M-j r af
terwards behted the lue ol a shell rn-
neoted witn an infernal arrangoment. Tor
pedoes have also been found in the rooms
of the Custom House so arranged as to ex
plode on opening the doors, uthers were
iouna eonceaieu m ueoaa ia we auie uuuu
General warren nas resirned nis com
mission as Major General of volunteers,
and ha been superseded in command at
Vicktburg by General Osterhaus. ' -
CAIRO, JUNE 10. SUPPRESSED MEXICAN NEWS.
WASHINGTON, June 11.
Official news from Aeapuloo, dated Hiy
7th, brings, the following, lnonlligenoe,
hicn was suppressei in aespatcnee sent
throuoh Franc sources from Havana :
. -.. . ... . . r . i Ti : .
General itejuios witn a pan oi tne r imv
Division of the Central National Army
of Mexico, attacked the city of Tacamba-
ra. in the state ct meenoacan, on tue i itu
of April and took it by storm, capturing
all- tne garrison, raciuuiug xtoigiau.
and their ammunition; artillery, etc A
few day before the National forces cap
tured a train with supplies and ammuni
tion sent from Morellia to Pasiasto, and de
feated the French forces at furnondira
Curtzo and Zinapero, all in the State of
al irhnart&n. . .
General Ortega, commanaer-in-cnui ci
the Central Army, hid taken tne naid
THE STEAMER ADMIRAL DUPONT
BOSTON, June 11.
The officers, crew and passenger of the
ataamar Admiral Duoont arrived nere on
Hatnrdav nurht. furser Morse reports mat
tbey left New York rm the Tth f Jt Fortres
Monroe, witn asrnau aeuenmeat u w ,
anH at -20 o'clock the next moraine, in a
danaa foe. the ship Stadacona wa seea
steering nearly in an opposite direction.
We wheeled hard a-starboard, stopped the
noitiM. and reversed them to avoid a coi-
liaion. but. neiore tne steanier ti i
ber headway, the two vessels came togetbr
and our starboard bow was stove in. "We
fonni the ateamer wss settling down very
fast and in three minutes after the collision
the steamer went down. As far as it i as
certained one fireman, six soldiers and one
colored woman are misun(-
NEW YORK, June 11.
The Herald' Bichmond and Petersburg
dispatches report a rapid revival of bust
sines in those places, and great progress is
bedngmade in the work of-re-establuhing
the civil government throughout Virginia,
under the auspice of Governor Pierpont.
The authorities, a fast as is practicable
and' politic are' turning over the State
property to the charge of the new admin
istrauon, and in mucn oeiier cjbuiudb
than it wag found when it fell into their
their hand. .. , ., ,.
j Delegation of the principal citizens of
nearly every county in the ttata have vis
ited Governor Piermint, and unanimously
expressed their desire to renew their alle
giance to the national government, itnd
oo-operalo with htm in uca poucy oi gov
ernment a he may deem best for tha wel
fare of the people. "'
j The State ihtritable and other patriotic
fcjtitutions have been again put in proper
eondWon.' The repairing of railroad and
eanali is poshed for w d with rapidity, and
there i every prospect that Virginia will,
Wore lone, exhibit throughout her terri
tory even, greater condition of prosperity
; -i r.l .''.I .
than that ei j yed before she wa dragged
OBSTRUCTIONS IN THE JAMES RIVER.
Prof. Maill port, who removed the wreck
at Hell Gate, East Biver, has been for
some time engaged in removing the ob
structions placed in the James Biver, by
the rebels blowing up their vessels, ha
cleaned the channel sufficient for the pur-
poses of navigation all the way to Rich.
moad. It is said that Prof. Maillport
thinks Dutch Gap Canal will ultimately be
ot great advantage to James shipping.
The rebel Governor Wm. Smith, Extra
Billy, of Virginia, has been furnished with
a passport on which to travel to Rich
mond to surrender himself to the military
FROM NEW ORLEANS.
The Herald's New Orleans correspondent
who recently passed down the river from
Cairo, is J-s he conversed With many per
sons cn the way, and everbody manifested
a very great desire to talk on the subjects
of cotton and free labor, but had nothing to
say on the question of reconstruction ; their
thoughts seemed to run on individual in-
te'esti, and to take In only matters connect
ed with dollars and cents.
The ovetflow of the liver ha been very
severe, and immense damage was done.
With the exception of very lew places, it
has overflowed the country on both sidea!
By the loss of fencing, and other damages,
no opportunity Will be effjred for planting
until it is too late to make even a crop oi
corn. From Helena to Vicksburg the
levies are broken almost every mile. The
very tew who have been fortunate enough
to escape the effects of the overflow are
making good crops which present a healthy
appearance near Helena are one or two
DAVIS AND THE HAMPTON ROADS PEACE
The Herald's Bichmond letter lays that
at the time of the Hampton Roas Peace
CoLfdrence, the first obstacle it. the way of
adjustment was the introdaction by Davis,
contrary to the wish of Benjamin, of the
worda, ' the two countries." In the pre
liminary proposition Or negotiations, with
a view to the restoration of peace, the prop
osition ss originally drawn up by Secretary
Benjamin, contained the words : "With a
view to the restoration of peace to .our
country." The last word were stricken
out by Davis, and "the two countries,'' sub
stituted. The instructions to the commis
sicners embodied this idea aa a basis upon
which they were to proceed. They used
aU influence in their power to induce
Davis to modify his instructions, so as not
to foreclose aU hope of adjustment, but in
vain. He wa inflexible in his determin
ation to make the recognition of Southern
independence an inJispensible condition
of the price by negotiation. The same let
ter says that tbe people of Virginia mani
fested total indifference respecting the fate
of JJI. Davis.
Accounts from all parts of North Caro
lina represent that the people are rapidly
acquiring peaceful habits, and are cc-opor-a.ing
in the measure of the national an
thoritiea for the restoration of order, civil
government and domestic industry. Po
lice forcei for prevention of lawless dep-
zens, in numerous counties.
The President's Amnesty Proclamation
and tie appointment of Mr. Holden for
Provisional Governor, have given general
satisfaction, and it is expected a very
large vote will be polled the approaching
election to choose delegates to the Stats
The Times' letter says i Mr. Holden has
the confidence of the masses and will re
ceive the support of tha Union men, and
in fact, tbe poorer classes, who make up
the voting population, almost to a man.
He has many enemies but they are in
cluded mostly in the ilaveholdmg com
munities and were leaders of the State
during the rebellious rule.
A call ha been made on the military
authorities in North Carolina, by a num
ber of residents of North Carolina and
South Carolina, lor proteation against
depredations by their own people and for
a speedy and complete resoratioa of the
happy condition of peaceful and prosper
In some places planters will be prevent
ed from raising any crept for two. seasons
to come, attributable to the loss of fencing
and levies at different points. There are some
plantations ia a good condition, the
levies are in a good state of preservation
and there is every indication of ample
crops. Tne coast on eaca sine irom n at-
chez down has not sunared as much Irom
high water as above Natchez, and are ia
better condition. They are evidently care
fully watched. The crops are in and look
NEW YORK, June 11.
Tho Times' letter tays
civil functions were renewed on the 7th
Mayor Mayo opened his Court for dispens
ing i nt ice, and in his address to the Court
he promised to purge the city of iU filth
and rascality. Two or tnree unimportant
cases were tried. The American Union
Commission still continue to issue rations.
General Patrick has ordered the agent
of the Christian Commission to give np
the rooms they occupied for the use of the
government till other suitable rooms can
be obtained. He has also ordered tne coi-
ord schools to vacate their rooms, to be
occupied by himself and his corps of teach-
ers. The hotels are being repaired in tne
anticipation of large travel
CHRISTIAN COMMISSION. FIVE DASY' LATER FOREIGN NEWS.
FATHER POINT. June 11.
The steamship Peruvian, Irom Liverpool
June 1, via Greencastle June 1, passed this
point at'a late hour this afternoon.
The steamer Hibernian, irom Quebec,
arrived at Liverpool on the 31st nit. The
steamer City of Manchester, from Now
York, also arrived at Liverpool on the
Slat ult- The steamer America, from New
Yjrk, arrived at Southampton on the 31t
The political new U unimportant.
The rate of discount in the BanVof
England has been reduced to 3 per cent
Tins 20s were a noted at 67(51671. Brie
50(351. Illinois Central shares 76J.
Livirpool, June 1 Cotton "ine sale
of cotton for four days sum up to ,75,000
bales, itic'.uling 29,000 to speculator and
exporters. The market nas been buoyant,
and tba prices ot tbe tair ana middling
qualities are Id higher. The market clo
sed Arm with an upward tendency, except
for jCaatera descriptions. .
Bread stiff i Bchardson, 6 pence 3s Co,
and Wakefield, Nash & Co, report floor
dull and irregular : wheat inac'.ive, and 1
ad lower for inferior; winter red, 8 Cd
8s 8d ; corn heavy, 6d lower.
Provisions Beef quiet and steady; pork
very dull and easier; Bacon quiet; butter
firmer, with, an improvement on in feriar
qualities; lard fiat, and lOo lower; tallow
quiet Ashe quiet, at 28s6d26!6i
for pots and pearls ; jugar quiet and steady;
coffee, no sales Bio, no tales; spirit of
turpentine dull and nominal; rosin flat;
linseed oil quiet and steady) petroleum
Breadstuff quiet , "Wheat quiet and 2s
lower. Sugar quiet Coffee quiet and firm.
Tea inactive but steady. Bice quiet - But
ter steady. Tallow quiet ' ;
Contois .closed, on "Wednesday, at 91 J
911 for money. Illinois Central shares 761 i
Erie50(3l; United States 6 20s 676 7$.
Tne, Bink of England has reduced its
rate of disoount to 3 per cent
LrvsBPooL June 2. The Cotton Broker's
circular reports the sales of cotton for the
weec at 108,500 bales, including 21,500 to
speculators and 23,500 ,to exporters. The
market has been buoyant, and the price
are 11 Jd higher for American and Egyp
tian, and Jld higher for other descrip
tions. .. The sales of Friday are estimated
at 15,000 bales, the market closing excited
and with an upward tendenoy.
Beadstuffi very dull, aad aU qualities
are slightly lower. Provisions quiet and
steady, except lard, which is still declining.
London, June 2. Consols clcsed at 89J
90. Illinois Central ' shares 76; .Brie
50; United States 5-20s 6767J.
The bullion in the Bus: of Bngland has
increased 638,000 pounds. ' '
Tbe steamers Etna and Erin, from New
York, arrived at Qaeenstown on the 2d..
The Bombay bark failures are not con
firmed.',.. ; '., -'.
FuUcher & . Co., . Liverpool and Bast
Indian merchant, have lailed. . Their lia
bilities are 400,000 pounds.
It is stated that Buenos Ayer has de
clared war against Paraguay. ; A tripple
alliance has been formed between Brazil.
Uraguay and the Argentine Bepublio. The
allies are marching a strong force against
Paraguay. ' ; ' ;'
The publis was entirely occupied with
the race at Derby. The French horse
Gladiator" won easily in a canter by two
lengths. There was a length between the
second and third horses. ' London papers
warmly congratulate France on the tri-
urrph received. The London Time says
"they have fairly establisded themselves as
our rivals on the turt The prize was well
and fairly earned." ' It is said that the
owner of ''Gladiator," Count La Grange,
win from 70,000 to 80,000.: i -' -
The Times says that the attitude of the
United States on the question of the
Alabama is perhaps more important than
tbe demands themselves. '' The correspond
ence opened in 1863 cn the part of the
United , States and nothing can be more
courteous. Mr. Adams said the United
States desired to maintain amity as well a
peace. England has many counter claim
for the arbitrary enforcerrent of the right
of blockade and search! These will have
to be examined at some time, and Bngland
is unconscious of any hostile intentions
in urgiog them. - She will decline to inter
fere as such were her intentions from more
renewal outstanding which she believes is
unfounded. .- .- , ,
The Chancellor of the Exnhequerdeliver-
eu a epecen at isiiuaticr jroswiu. u tw
of his son, who is canvassing for election to
the next Parliament. The Chancellor ex
pressed himself in favor of a wide exten
sion of the franchise to the working classes,
not as a matter of "abstract tight, but in
order to stren gthen the law and constitu
tion of the country.. . .
The.. Owl eaja the Canadian Delegate!
have established, a complete mission with
the Imperial Government as to the fortifi
cations cf Quebec and Montreal. They
firmly believe that the proposed confedera
tion will be carried out
The journals continue discussing the fall
of Jeff. Davis.
The Daily New hope mercy will be
extended.'not but that be fully deserves
punishment, but because tbe principal the
Federal government represents is already
vindicated so triumphantly that nothing
can "be' added no punishment could be
greater and mercy would cause no regret
in the future.
The Times says: After the ominous
language of the President, we can no
longer regard the care with confidence ot
unconcern. It may prove a fortunate or
fatal poliny, as the suocef s of the policy
of the Government may be affected by the
personal views of the President
The treaty of oommeroe between ureal
Britain and Zillvorein' wag signed on the
8 lit. .
Francs It was asserted that several
foreign envoys have proposed collective
remonstrance against the Prince Napoleon'
gpeecb, but the project wa frustrated by
Lord Coaoly declaring that the language
could not affect Bngland, and tnat any
collective step would be offeni ve to the Im
The Paris Bourse on the Jisi was uuu.
Rente closed at 67. -. .
Gbrbck. The elections have terminated.
Quiet prevailed with the exception of a
few unimportant outbreaks. . -
Brazil. The Brazilian mails reached
LUbon with Bio dates to the 10th of May.
Lopez had seized in the port of Assump
tion, without a declaration, of war, the Ar-
guentine steamer Batter, nis squaarou
had taken the port of Collentes ' and two
vessel of war. The town w occupied,
with resistance, "by 7,000 Paraguayan.
The Brszilian ministry had tendered
their resignations, and Senator jxaouco
Da Aray was intrusted with the formation
of a new cabinet
Saturday Night's Report.
Saturday Night's Report. FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, June 10.
The steamer Star of the North. Irom
Ww Orleans on the 31, ha arrived.
The iteamer Ariel brings Havana dates
Th Harald savs ! The directors oi tne
Central Railroad Company, having taken
tha nath of allegiance, have been placed
in possession OI toe roaa, tui'jeci to tue
control and use of the military authorities
nan necessary while remaining in ueor-
gia. There is a prospect that the road will
soon be put in ruoning order.
General iJirge nas assumed commana oi
the district Gen. Woodford is post oom-
mandant The condition oi Bnatrs at
Vrmtoonierv are favorable.
The principal portions of the Union
forces have been witnorawn, leaving
onard of 2 000. ' "
The freight depot of the Augusta Ss Sa
vannah Railroad was destroyed by fire.
Tha Ices is estimated at 76,000.
General Howell Cobb was arrested, and
taken to Atnens.
Fast, day w-s universally oDtervea in
Augusta, and all butiness suspended
Orders have been issued to seize all
comiuiasary and medical stores, tools and
machinery, clothing, orinanoe and fire
arms otthe, Confederate ,lauosta,
' T:V.-:4t'.fO.I'5 ?.'3 ir.'jt ,!") Z'j 4
NEW YORK, June 10.
The Pott' i special says that although the
Treasury Department is about to issue a
limited amount of certificate of indebted
nee, yet the grots amount is gradually de
creasing, as the Department is taking up
more matured certificates than it proposes
to issue. . .
Commercial's special says Mr. Hartley,
who take Mr. Field' place as Assistant
oecretary of tha Treasury, has been Chief
Clerk in the Treasury for many years.
Another experienced clerk, Mr. Hoff
man, will take the position of Chief Clerk.
Tne certainty that Ueneral and oth-
er have been indicted at W or folk for trea
son onuses great excitement at Washing,
WASHINGTON, June 10.
. Several witnesses were examined.
One of them, for tbe Government, testi
fied as to George N. Sanders being an
agent for tbe rebel Government in the
destruction of Northern cities. ' '
There being no ' more witnesses, the
court adjourned to Monday, ia order, in
the meantime, to enab'e Dr. Nichols to
examine Payne as to alleged insanity.
In the conspiracy trial to-day the coun
sel lor Mudd, opangisr and Arnold an
nounced that they had dueed for the de-
ten ce. .
The counsel for Payne asked for time to
allow Payne's father to arrive from Flori
da, to prove his antecedents, relative to for
tifying the plea of his insanity. -!
Aienry uodsoa testified tnat while em
ployed as counsel in Canada tor the Gov
ernment in the St Albans raid case,
G. N. Sanders was acting for i he defense.
He said that Sander was ignorant of the
raid, but fully approved it, and said it
would be followed by the burning of more
towns and the depleting of more banks,
and that parties were then ready to sack
and burn Buffalo and other places. "
xaetn. jtippie ox tne TJta Illinois, testi
fied that while a prisoner at Anderson vilie,
he heard the rebel quartermaster Hunter
state that if Abe Lineoln wa re-elected
he would not live to' be inaugurated, as
they had parties in the North who- would
attend to tbe President and Secretary Sew
ard. , . .
No further witnesses being' present, it
ia announced that tbe Court would wait
until 11 o'clock on Monday . for further
testimony,. and aojoumed to that time.
NORTH CAROLINA NEWS.
NEWBERN, June 6.
Ir.telligen3e from all parts of the State
indicate the ready return oi the people to
their loyalty to the Dnited States. Citi
zens of different counties are establishing
home police system for the purpose of
maintaining order and suppressing depre
dation. Tne prospects are that the move
ment to restore civil law through tbe in
auguration of a new Stale government will
call, out the largest vote ever cast in the
State, so anxious are the people to re
turn to their peaceful pursuits.
rrestoent Johnson's amnesty proclama
tion is well received by the people ot this
State, also the appointment of Mr. Holden
at provisional governor. '
The people of South Carolina have called
upon the United State authorities for pro
tection against their own people who are
committing depredations upon each other.
BOSTON, June 10.
The steamer Admiral Dupont from New
York for Fortress Monroe, was run into
and sunk, on the night of tbe 8 Ji init, by
the British ship Stodccona from Philadel
phia for St Johns, N. B. The steamer
sunk in ten minutes. ' After the collision
the crew and ptssentars, excepting fifteen
or twenty, wei e saved. . Captaia Simon
Pepper and all the officers ot tie steamer
are ef and have landed at Nantucket to
getner with the other survivors. - The
Stodocona, having; sustained considerable
Nantucket where she remain m a bad
position. ' - ' -
NEW YORK, June 10.
The Sports mens" Convention adjourned
to-day. Robert Newell of Buffalo Won
the first prize in the first day's shooting
for single birds,-and to-day won . the first
prize for double birds. 1 he Forester Club
vf this city won four prizes - Jso Taylor
of Jersey City shot a match of fifty single
birds with Robert Aeweli and won Al
ter ward he shot a match of twenty-five
double bridswith Newell, which wa won
by the latter. . . .'
NEW YORK, June 10. WELCOME TO SOLDIERS.
HARRISBURG, June 10.
Governoi Curtin ha issued an eloquent
address to the people of Pennsylvania, re
commending that ia every part of the State,
at the approaching anniversary of Inde
pendence, special observances oe nau oi
welcome to our returned defenders, and of
the commemoration of the heroic deed ot
themselves and their comrades who have
fallen. , - - . ; .
GRANT IN CHICAGO.
CHICAGO, June 10.
General Grant arrived here at noon, and
was enthusiastically received at the depot
bv a large concourse of people, and was
corted to the Sanitary Fair buildings by a
oommittee of the Common Gounod and a
committee of one hundred appointed by
the Board of Trade, where the public re-
miiM innb nlaA. It ia nndarstood that
. r,.. . .. .:.
tbe General wm remain iu tne city bouj
day. : . - ........
NEW YORK, June 10.
The steamer Helvetia, Teutonia and
City of Baltimore sailed for Europe to-1
day, taking $1,007,000 in treasute.
NEW YORK, June 10.
Gold this morning is quiet but firm. The
price has ranged at I38(r)i3.
NEW YORK, June 10.
There waa more tone and nrmness in
speculation at stock exchange, with limi-
ted demand for stocks. There was an im -
provement in prices generally. The ad
vance wa marked on .Erie, lU'nois ien-
tial, Bhode Island and Fort Wayne.
There is evidently more outside business,
ani the whole market has a very strong
appearance. . Bail way bonds and bank
share are firm. State bonds are very
firm, with a further rise in Tennessee,
Gold is stronger. Petroleum itock are
steady and rather active. ' Trade in dry
good ha not changed materially. During
the week the demand fell for cotton goods.
"Wheat has been veiy quiet The receipts
are, more liberal, and millers have not
bought a the price were higher. Jx-
port for tbe week were 22,731 bushels,
against 433,882 bushels the corresponding
week last year. ' Oats are at an inactive
reauest but ilightly improved. About
hall a million bushels have been taken
for the army, which produced action in
the market The' week closed at 69c.
Corn wa in active demand. During the
past week it, was firm for exporting.
Owing to large arrival and increased
firmness in freights the price declined
about ten cent' a bushel. "The market
rloms heavy at 86a. for sound western
mixed. -. '' ... r -.,
Pork has been much excited. - The com
binatlon effected by the principal receivers
to force the market np has had the effect
increase price about $7, but the advance
nee been partly kit New mess,
Beef ha been much- neglected, and closed
lower, and prices are nominal.'' Lard
higher. Cut meat, -bave improved
dosed firmer." BaooB ha 1 actuated, and
The Petrolum market ia irregular. Grade
fell lo per gallon, which wa recovered
The market closed quiet
Ia theearly part of the week the whis
ky market wa heavy and price lower, bat
the market has recovered, and prices are
firm at $2 04$2 05 for "Wertem.
. The Commercial publishes report from
all part of tbe country relative to the con
dition of the crop. The indications are
that the harvest will be very abundant
FOREIGN PAPERS ON THE CAPTURE OF JEFF
Foreign paper by the Africa' mail
comment freely on the capture of Jeff.
Davis. All of them, both English-and
French, agree that Davis should not be
hanged. ' The Time say the capture
of Davis will produce a feeling of uneasi
ness and anxiety in every country ia Eu
rope. The inhabitant of these islands
have little reason to sympathize with Mr.
Davis and if we plead for hi life it is not
from any esteem for his ' motive. . He is
known to us as one of the most inveterate
calumniators of this country whose policy.
it was to stw up the feeling of- every olass
of his countrymen against us. "We re
member him as the author and originator
of the famous Mississippi scheme. - - Hi
plan of rebe lion- was founded on the idea
that the deprivations of cotton - would be
found to be intolerable, and that driven
by hard necessity we should be compelled
to support the South with the whole em-
V- - " ' -
THE POST ON DAVIS.
The London Post (ays that the absence
of that material element of all human un
dertakings, success, alone prevented Davis
from taking his place in after times by tha
side' of George Washington.
THE NEWS ON THE SAME.
The Daily New ay that if he were
responsible for nothing worse than - the
great sacrifice of life caused by the rejec
tion of Mr. Lincoln's proposals at Hamp
ton Roads, the weight of such a load of re-
ponsibility might bruak down the stout
est heart. y
Davis' language and acts, during tbe few
months preceding his flight from Bich
mond, disclosed the ruins of his hopes.
It was about the time of hi reckless
Macon speech, that he began to authorize
those atrocious outrages which made it let
difficult to believe his complicity in the
plot which resulted in the death of Mr.
THE NATIONALE'S OPINION
The Nationale is of the opinion that
Davis' cap tire will produce moral embar
assment to the government of the United
The Pay scouts the idea that he is the
NEW YORK, June 10.
The Herald's "Washington special says:
There seem to be at least two delegations
from every Southern State in attendance
at "Washington, in regard to reconstruction.
They are usually applicant for Federal
appointment to be made. The President
has taken time to consider the proposition
and doe not intend to be in a hurry in
making Southern appointment. There
ill be ample time to put the reconstruc-
T"llCT in IUIU0 M-.. . . -
meeting of Congress. The Southern peo
ple are flocking here in great number.
.The "World's "Washington special says:
General Canby, acting under orders from.
Washington, has succeeded in arresting a
maa who offered to be one of one hundred
to pay one miPion dollars, in Alabama, two
years ago, for the assaesinalion of President
Lincoln. It i possible he may be brought
befoie the Commission now trying the
JEFF PLAYING CRAZY.
The Tribune's "Washington special says:
Davis rave and tear about his cell at
Fortress Monroe, in a state of semi-in-.
sanity, real or assumed.
WASHINGTON, June 10.
Ta-dsy about 160 or 200 soldier made a
series of assault on many unoffending per
son in the 7 th ward. They attacked the
inmate of a disreputable houses, driving
them away, breaking the furniture and
committing various outrages. - The rioters
showed particular animosity against the
colored inhabitants. A fight occurred be
tween the negroes and the soldiers, both
using revolvers. Among the casualties wa
Dr. "Wm. Boyc", who went out with a re
volver in hi hand to restore quiet and was
nW In k- f.- ,;tk - V.IW .1. . 1
on - iu mixuwii uj
a soldier. His cheeks were split open and
hi jaw bone fractured, and the sight of one
eye destroyed. Other soldiers then made
a rush for him and one of them was in the
act of cleaving his head open with aa ax,
when a number of women succeeded - in
persuading the soldier to spare hi life
To-night a strong military force ha been
sent to the place, also police.
Assistant Secretary of the Treasury
Field has been appointed Collector of In
ternal Berenue for the Sixth District of New
York, in place of Mr. Often ; the latter will
supersede Mr. Lewi a Commissioner of
Internal i Bevenue July 1st W.O. Handler,
1 now Solicitor of the Navy Department,
SUCCeeos Asiauuit oeuretary xiamng-
too, and J. F. Hartly, Chief clerk of the
Department, is to take the place soon to be
vacated by M. B. Field.
MAJOR GENERAL TERRY.
Major General Terry, the hero of Fort
Fisher, who was ordered to "Washington,
arrived here to-day.
RELEASE OF REBEL PRISONERS.
Instructions have been issued to release,
first rebel prisoners who are tick, and then
others in the order in which they have
undergone imprisonment those longest
I confined are released earliest The work
1 0f releasing all who come under the ant-
nesty class of the proclamation is rapidly
progressing; all, probably, will have been
set at liberty in the course of two or three
"W. H. Lamon, Marshal of the District of
Columbia, tendered hi resignation to the
President, to take effect Monday night
LOUISVILLE, June 10.
Brigadier General Robert Allen, senior
Quartermaster of the Valley of the Mjss-
sssippi, whose headquarter are here, ha
been promoted to Major General by brevet,
1 by the President.
In a three mile race to day, Alexander
I hone, Asteroid, which,, pn. Tuesday last,
made the best time on record, wen" the
I race on jne hett, Loadstcne sulking-at tha
lc I end of the first-quarter stretch, and Dr.
Lindsay being distanced.
Stock steady and active.
Gold unchanged, 'Ijr?.
New York Central 92 j Erie 77, IHciiV "
gan -Central I68;Hudsoa 104J ; Reading;
SJ; Old 'Southern 62, Pittsburgh 63;
Bock Island S9f;' North ."Western, prefer
red, ex-dividend, 74 ; Fort "Wayne 98;
Ohloand Michigan certificates 24 ; Canton.
IS; Caa-y IaBwvKeni. 2-1; Cumberland.
'!; Qakkslivereii.' -
STOCKS. Saturday Evening's Edition.
STOCKS. Saturday Evening's Edition. FROM WASHINGTON.
WASHINGTON, June 9.
We can say on authority that the govern
ment haspontivery determined that Jeff.
Davis thai). be tried by a civil, tribunal.
This question .was decided in the cabinet
meeting, within tbe past week. Where the
trial will take place has not been decided.
" The State agvnciea ar generally devot-ingxhefmelvea-
to settling the soldiers' ac
esuats .This is relieving our brave boys
from the risk of being swindled by un
principled t harpers.
Man sell B- Field, late Assistant Secreta
ry of the- Treasaryf baa btea appointed -
Collector of Internal Bavenue lor the Dis
trict of New York.
The Herald s Washington special says: ' "
The Georgia delegation has recemmended
to the Pfestejeot Isaac Soott of Maoon, for
Provisional Governor, and promise to send
Joshua ilill to tte Uniteu States Senate.
NEW YORK, June 10.
The Tribune's carreepondent with the
fleet off Galveston," of the 24th of May,
says Galveston was evacuated by the rebels
on that day: It appears that a few days
previous a number ot paroled rebel officer
re brought from ew Ur leans, and land
ed, imoij them wat General Wilcox, who
is well known in Texas, and it wa hoped
they would intAuence a surrender. Thai
proved to be the case, as on the 24th the
announcement was made by tbe signal,
Galveston cunningly evacuated," and it -was
found that each soldier bad taken hi
muilet and marched home.
The famous blockade runner Danbigh
was run ashore and destroyed.
Tne Herald Texas correspondent avs
Fort Manhaaset aad Gnffin, strong works
defending Sabine -Pass were occupied by
Lieutenant Commander Pennington of
the gunboat O wasco without opposition on
the 26th utt The rebel troops bad all left
before the arrival of the Federal force
It was said that they left in a state of mu-
tiny, and that this was the prevalent con
dition oi tne rebel forces generally in
Texas prior to the surrender of Kirby
Smith. - Nine heavy guns and other valu
abl property were found in the two fort
A delegation of citizens met Commander
Pennington, and expressed themselves
wining to surrender everything. They
were anxious to take the oath of allegiance
and were delighted at their restoration to
the protection of the national government,
and this seemed to be the feeling of Texas
generally. ' a -
NEW YORK, June 10.
Advices from Nassau state that the case
of tbe BritUh steamship Mary, better
known as .tha Alexandria, was decided in
the Nassau Admiralty Court May 23. The
Mary was seized on suspicion ot being in
tended for a rebel cruiser. A gun of novel
construction,' packed in a case as dry goods,
and some shells, similarly packed, were
found on board, together with commissions
blank and other suspicious documents,
and it was testified that her fittings were
more suitable for a snip of war than a mer
chant veet. - Tbe defense was that the
vessel waa intended for a blockade runner.
Judge Doyle ruled that the case had not
been made out, and discharged tne Mary
with a caution. .
NEW YORK, June 10. FIRES.
CINCINNATI, June 10.
Gazette's Chattanooga despatch say
that the Ordrall building exploded, setting
fire to and consumed two warehouses -filled
with Government stores. Loss to
the Government $150,000.
lie t ween ten and fifteen persons were
wounded by the explosion.
CAMP DENNISON, June 9.
The United States bakery building
BRECKENRIDGE IN CUBA.
CINCINNATI, June 10.
A dispatch to the Gazette from Lexing
ton says: Reliable information has reacfitd
the friend of John C. Breckenridge that .
he has arrived safely in Cuba. They re
fuse to say how be rot there. "
The total receipts of the Chicago Sani
tary Fain, .up to Friday night last were
The Hon. Isaac N. Arnold, member of "
the last ' Congress" from the Chicago dis
trict, announces that he is about to resume
the practice of the law In Chicago.
Two torpedoes were recently discovered,
concealed in the.. Mobile Custom House.
One of them was so arranged a to explode
when the door waa opened, but fortunately
missed -fire. -
The New York Herald says that during
the last four year it ha employed between
thii ty and forty war correspondent at a
total oost of nearly half a million of dol
lar. The file of the &roffarein them
selves a complete eotemperary history of
the rebellion, and will be invaluable a ma
terial for the future historian.
A "Washington correspondent of the
Philadelphia Ttlegraph, denying the report
that Secretary Stanton and President
Johnson had quarreled, say that " the
President stands by hi "War Secretary,
and is almost ostentatious in doing so.
That is, he takes especial pains to speak
well of Mr. Stanton before the enemies of '
the Secretary. This is generous.
General Sherman made a brief speech at
the Chicago Sanitary Fair, on Thursday
last "The only sentiment of importance)
in it was the following, which may taken
as a brief exposition of the General's creel
on the subject of reconstruction :
Now all that is past and there is peace)
frosa here to the Gulf, and you, gentlemen,
know what yon most do now. Instead of
destroying you must build up ; instead of
Insulting you must conciliate; instead ol
disooantonancing you must encourage tbosa
who are willing to aid us in building up this
widely diversified land. You cannot ex
pect the people of Louisiana and of South.
Carolina to isei at we oo; ail parties nave
their prejudices, and we muit respect
their a they mutt respect ours. "With.
this simple precaution there is no danger
of this thing ever again recurring in our
- .- . ' aw . .
Tie Quebec Nevot, of Saturday Tlast'
makes this curious statement: "A rather
singular circumstance, and one which msy
possibly throw tome light on the great
conspiracy trial now going on at VY ashing
ton, transpired yesterday. The facta are
follows: Aaie ia.t Autumn, a small
Canadian-registered vessel (the Marie
Victoria,' " we -axe correctly informed,)
was wrecked in the neighborhood of Bio
or Bimouiki. A portion cf the cargo and
effeata on board the vessel were saved by
parties residing in the vicinity, who insti
tuted ah action in the Admiralty for dam-
age.; Among tne enect recovered by the
salvor are three trunk?, bearing the name
of J. "Wilkea Booth. An application waa
made yesterday to Hon. Mr. Black, Judge
Ot tne v ice Aumirauy voun, lor a com
mission or inspection or the content of
the mysterious trunks, which was
granted. The application was made by
Mr.. Dunbar, on behalf of the American
Consul at this port. ' It remain to be
seen" whether the opening of the trunk
will ta.ro w any ngnt npon.tne Washing
Tha report that Kirbv Smith is gone to
Mexico it confirmed, and that he took a
large amount of money.
LBS. "WOOL TWINS TflS
beat qn.lltr naaoBable price (or
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