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Reconstruction in Georgia and Texas.
Tha Pr.ident ha ifcaued At pTQClarrja
tioni reoorutractirig Georgia as4 Texas,
preciaelv similar in terms ATid propoted
method of action to his proclamations in
reference to North Carolina and Miffliwip-
pi. James Johnston is appointed JPiovU
ional Governor of the former, and An
drew J. Hamilton of the latter Stat. Of
th former eontleman we.kbow"nothiDOf.
General Hamilton U a fonniee member of
Gongrets lrom Tex, and was in 18C2 ap
pointed by President Lincoln Military
Governor of the part of that fitate under
Union control. He is an earnest and loy
al ma, and heartily in sympathy with
the emancipation policy of the Govern
ment. ' ' : ' t,.-.
France and Rebel Belligerency.
The telegraph brings us" a letter, which
we publish this mornings from Secretary
Seward to the Secretary of the Navy, in
forming the latter that France had with
drawn all restrictions opon naval inter
course with this country, and had also re
voked her recognition of rebel belligerent
rights. This step will undoubtedly be fol
lowed by similar action, on the part of ev
ery European nation. The rebellion dt
facta, has ceased to exist, and it is proper
that these nations should withdraw their
recognition of its existence. , - , ;.
The nation will awut with anxiety the
promise! publication of the evidence con
necting Jefferson Davis with the brutal
treatment of our prisoners. The fact tiat
this great traitor was in reality the Instiga
tor and principal in all the greater atrocities
of the war the burning of steamboat!), the
robbery at St Albans, the piracy at San
dueky, the attempted arson at New York,
the assassination at Washington, and the
numberless and nameless atre-cities at An
dersonville, has never been deserted by the
people, and they have fonnd confirmation
in the startlingly clear relations before the
Assassination Court Martial - Only this
last evidence was wanting to complete the
picture of the most wicked and crime-ful
career of which history furnishes an exam-
Massachueets and Maryland unite in
paying honors to the sons of . the former
state murdered upon the soil of the latter,
as they marched through the' streets of
Baltimore, four ye rs ago, to dufend the
capital and the nation. A monument is
to be erected at Lowell, to the memory of
these two first martyrs in the war ' for the
Uiion, and it was dedicated, with appro
priate jeremon ies on Saturday last. Now
that the war U over it is well for us to cul
tivate with all praible honor the memory
of the glorious dead who nave fallen daring
its progrefs, and we are glad to know that
the people of MassachuEalts are . setting so
excellent an example.
The most important item in the foreign
news published this morning is the state
ment, wh''ch may be considered authorita
tive, that England is soon to revoke her
recognition of rebel belligerena righta.
France has already done so and there is.no
eailhly reason why England should delay,
but the proverbial obstinacy of John JJuU
leads him to stand out obstinately, even in
a false position, as lorp; as possible.
The correspondence cf Jeffjrson Davis
shows that that arch-villain was very much
delighted with Sherman's "memorandum."
It is a pity that General Sherman could
not have known this fact before writing
his report. He might have cite4 it among
the arguments in justification ef the mem
orandum aforesaid. - . V
Dorsay's Battery in Toledo---Its Reception.
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Dorsay's Battery in Toledo---Its Reception. OBERLIN, June 14, 1865.
Editors Liadbe; Yenterday- morning
we left Cleveland with Doreey's Battery,
and went with it to TolecLo, where it re
ceived a warm welcome from the Mayor
and a large concourse of citizens, who bad
assembled at the depot to greet their ar
rival They were escorted from the depot
to the dining hall of the Island House by
a band of music, wber they wera seated
at a table that was amply loaded with good
cheer. The room was appropriately deco
rated with flowers and flg3, min which
was the old fitg of the Battery, w hich bore
the inscription of many a )ird -fought
His Honor the Mayor, addressed the
Battery, giving them a hearty welcome to
their old home, thanking them for the
services that have ao long made them the
pride of their people, and congratulating
them on the glorious results they had been
so efficient in helping to accomplish. The
Mayor closed his remarks by ca.lSng on
the assemblage to join him in three cheers
for Bittery H, which was given with
wilL But when the Captain called on the
Battery to respond SBid whea it was given
it seemed to satisfy ail 'present that the
boys knew how to ci eer as well a. to fight
1 noticed that when there was any cheer
ing to do afterwards the Battery was called
on to do H. ' .- - ' - -k ' ; ' .
A glee club Bang patriotic anno hile
we discussed the merits of the feast, and
when it was ascertained that each had
done his duty, they were called on to favor
the citizens by marchins; through-one of
the principal streets xne-ok-were eeconea
by the band and the Mayor and City
Council And when they returned to the
Island House and were disbanded, l f.aw
many a moistened eve as the cit:isnri8
watched the boyi totiheir ea.pt jn for
the carting erafp, and the kind "God
speed you," teat he had fr em h ; and
thus they parted. In less than an hour I
saw many of them in citizens' clotnes, -and
to-day I presume the army bins is ste wd
away as a relic. Bat- the service they
have done their country in ooromr n wiih
their fellow soldiers will not soon, be for
gotten, even by so ungrateful as. institution
as a republic is supposed to bar-
Mav they lone hvu t enjoy t', 1 the hon
ors and prosperity that Well directed
efforts in a tree country ra j sure to so-
I must not close withou t thinking Pa-
perintendent Backer, In brhalf of the Bt
terv. forthe splendid acco'jioaations haf ir-
niabedthem. I heard many mem hers of
Battery oontraating savoaanmodations they
wera erioving with the inconveniences
thev had endored over other roads. ' I have
known for a long time tt.it among the best
rep-ulated railroad in the countrv, the man
agement of the C. & T. stood A No. I
And the more Itraverover ctber reads
more I am satisfied that tha C. & T. w
and to Bone, f . : ' t ; ? ?' Mc.
Suicide of a Husband on his Wife's
Christopher Beeves, a lumber meroant,
nf Itairnit. was found dead on Saturday
near the s-rave of his wife, at Elm
ivuiwtarr. , Ha had committed Suicide
sho3ting himself throaglt the : head. .
wrote out his will on' hjs wifia's tombstone
beibra committiog the'act.' -.
Hon. Horace G. Maynard, c,l -Tennesfee,
:. . nriMfttA for Justice of 'die TJ. S.
nreme Court, : tv ocspof . to: th
Judge Cutroa. '
The Latest News
LAST NIGHT'S REPORT.
Recognition or Confederate
Men of War at an End.
Confederate Vessels to Leave
all English Pons.
OP BSS BTJTLEE,
Views on ihc
The Gettysburg Celebration.
Jamts Johnston Provisional
Got. of the Former State.
Andrew J. Hamilton of the
CTJSTEE'S CAVALRY IN TEXAS.
France KeToses her Eecognl-tlon
of Bebel Belll?erencj'
Jeff. Davis on Sherman's Hem-orandom.
It Granted more than
South Ever Asked.
Evidence that Davis Ordered
the Mai-treatment of Unloa
It vrlll he Published In a Few
FOURTH OF JULY
Preparation for Its Ctle-bratlon.
BKEIfiNATIOX OF 6ESEBA18.
[Special to the Cleveland LEADER.]
COLUMBUS, June 18.
The 97th and 176th Begiments, number
irs 1,185 men, had a public reception and
dinner yesterday, at Goodale Park. Speech.
a were made by Gov. Brougb, Treasurer
Dorsey and Hon. Peter A dim of Dayton.
In his remarks, Treasurer Dorsey took
atrocg grounds in favor of negro suffrage
in the Bebel States. This shows prcgresp,
considering that four years ago be was a
member of the pro-slavery party.
Tb. I97tn onio, numbering 88 officers
and 798 men, under the command of Col
H. H. Sage, left Nashville, yesterday, for
Camp Ch ase. This Bogiment was recruit
ed from all parts of the btate.
The 104th started from Greenboro, N. C.
yesterday, i )n route for Camp Cleveland.
It numbers- twenty-two officers and eix
hundred enlisted mtn. The homeward
route is by way of Petersburg.
' Iieuten: tnt-Colonel D. Thompson, of the
82d Ohio has been lionorably discharged
on accouxj.tof physical disability from
wound received in action.
The following promotions have been
made in the 2d Ohio C avalry : First Lieu
tenants Asa Stratum, S. A. Band and Geo.
Adams to Captains: SiKSond Lieutenants
Lorenzt. D. Bos worth, ft- Smith, Albert
Capsoa. Md E. L. Joyce .to First Lieuten
ant; Sureeants Edwin J. Lukins, John y.
Vtt Lewis B. Campiiell, Cromwell
II .h .nil John P. Laui don to Second
In the 3d Ohio Cavalry thj following
r.mmniinns have been maae: ijioiiaii.
G. A. Clark to Captain ; Secc Ml Lieuten.
ants M. C. Basset and Alfred T. "Wash
burn to First Lieutenants.
Associated Press Report.
NEW YORK, June 18.
The steamship Sidon, from Liverpool on
the 6th, arrived this afternoon
Ttie Sidon has nearly three hundred
passengers and a large number of emi
grant. Her advices are two days later.
The daily news announces that as the
-war may now be considered at an end, the
Cueen government is abont to refuse to
recognize any loneer Confederate men of
war in British ports. Vessels, therefore,
claiming that character will be obliged
either to depart or assume some other
The Times makes similar announce
ments and Bays Jjhneon'a proclamation
opening the ports is creditable to his mod
eration, and is another instance of the re
spect of law which has guided the United
States OuTfjrnmont in ita deabnp witn
Xjreign nations. It hopes this moderation
;n St Ko .mmwarded. and tnat Ens;lUn
vessels will not attempt to enter Texa
The Times contends that there is not the
slightest ground for expecting a successful
issue in Texas, although disorder may
maintained for a year or two. It expresses
a earnest hope that the Confederate lean
k in a pnnerous .Pint.
Lord Palmerston tendered a pension
150 to Mrs.U0Daen 6'"'"""
Llil'ou. , ull. miibob nn
The Kin g ot Belgium a
easiness. . , m.
There were ntty -wreca.
life from a storm in the Baltic.
Nothing positive was known as
poleon's return from Aigw. .
P The anxiety about the Mexican
., j a ;;r.i.hod in Paris
contmuau uu" , -,.,,
mi., d.ih. mm m. euwH v.
i.tltn the Un.:tid States to obtain volun-
teers are without result
r . ..; iTTarin protested
against the contu'ued recogfliuon ct
r ih- h.ii
.V. ..a ,'h.t tha BDftnish troops
u"'Trjr;; " fc,, san Domin-
are oraerea to wiauui""."'
go at once. .
w . i7 r Dmil in nnanins
Chambers, referred to the Florida affair,
which the United States government
the justice of Brazilian
TjVIRPOOL, June . cotton aaiea
day and Tuesday, were 10,000 bales,
4000 to speculators and for export
The market has been dull, and in
cues 1 a id lower for common descriptions.
American a quiet ana uncnug"-
Et Manchester is generally dull, and
a shade lower. ' c
Breadstuffb Bichardson, Spence &
md Waaefleld, Nash & Co. report
dull and Iflicult to sell. .
-arki nn nnint. Prices nominaL
' -T.i.n Hnrn nnened at an improvement
but declined Vo a79d fo? mixed per
Biglan, Attya Co, nd Gordon,
Bruc-- & Co, and others report beef steady
at later rates. '
Pork dull and unsaleable even at a de
cline. L'irf quiet and rather easier.
B con at small demand and lower.
Sugar quiet and unchanged. '
There is nothing doing in Coffee or
Bice. ... v ,
London Brea-'tuffj quiet but Iteady.
yuuars and other groceries unchanged.
Console, on the 6 h, was firm at 89i$90.
The demind for discount was entirely un
important. 1 '.' . " " "' ...
London, June 6 TJ. a 6 20i 6666J.
Erie 40J 4f J. Illinois Central 75$.
Gbkaf Britain. Parliament remained
adjjurnejfor "Whitson's reoes, and Eng
lisu politics consequently are unimportant
Latherwait's circular of the evening of
the 7th reports less activity in the market
for American securities. On the 7th the
market cWed very firm. United States
5 20i 67aG7l; Eriee, after declining to 48 J,
have re acttd, closing at 49i50.
The Time3' city article say 5-20 bonds
have been in good demand Doth for home
and Germany. Americans who have re
cently been buyers are now sellers.
The Duke of Argyle writes a long letter
to the EJinburg ScoitHoaa, ia- jwapoaae to
some remarks by Lard DaJhouse, to show
that anti-slavery principles have been the
ereat motive for the prosecution of the
American war, ana in " Kr
KVr!h people to help the Americans in
it S "J"r ,J;ii .ham hw the
the htvJ 1 u u wv-iv j
abolition "15T"y- Ti Una.
ine paL -- ": -V. .nirin. f
sell's Inter orawu.B s
the Confederate ail. f
K.r.Wn .rri DUD" u
June and e&ve an a.-oUOT r' .T
in embasty. ile was
Paris on the lXh. . .
The bourse on the 7th
Italy. There has been mmoi.
chances in the ministry, bat iiorenco
: a i,Am
B1UU U (-! 1 II c . -
The journals publish some detai 'S -
rtotiatiKUB with tne rapai voura vj
Tna PnriB. it is stated.' will appoii"
a Ki-hon to the vacant seat but it will be
submitttd to Victor Emanuel and he will
acknowledge him as their sovereign and
recoisniza me tingomoi xtaiy.
The rope consents to the suppression oi
some of the Bishoprics and the Italian
government will have the right to prevent
the return et prelates wnose prescuwi u
may consider prrjudical to public safety.
mspaiw The Minister of Foreign Af-
fnirs had resigned on account of ill health.
It was rumored that ha would oe succeed
ed by Gen. Colon g.
SPEECH BY BUTLER.
BOSTON, June 18.
At the collation which follow.ad the
dedication ceremonies, in low-
ell, yesterday. General Butler responded to
a toast complimenting tne army uu
He ur?ed that the confiscated landf, for
faited by treason, shoula be Riven to sol
diers who h&d put aown me reoeuion.
further connection with the subject the
General said that when we give every
onardon to the citizen soldier, who went
forth from the free North, from Massachu
setts; from Hew England, and from States
east and west, guided by intelligence and
instructed in their political rignis ana
burning for the national honor, shall we
say tf another clats of soldiers, ' a class
that had no instruction, no political rigtts,
hadnoj'y in the past and little hope in
the future, shU we say, I repeal, that
they are not equally as deserving ? What
shall we Fay cf these colored men, who
with lcyalty and patriotism volunteered
with I'S in our detenaet
Shall there be na word of encourage
ment for the negro who stood side by side
fighting for a country which heretofore has
been ui just to him, but who, relying in the
future upi n the faith and the justice of an
omnipotent God, dill stood up and fought
bravely t Is mere no rewara w oe given
to him Shall we fjrget him? Shall he
be denied even the poor honor of partici
pating in the review of the troops who
won these great victories, at the National
Capitol ? I trust that this country will
never be guilty of such ingratitude. If I
may make such a promise, I will never
cease to ure the government to do justice
to the negro, at least to allow him to ap
pear in arms in the capital that he helped
to save by his valor, and I again appeal to
men of Massachusetts to lay whether the
man who is fit to fight is not fit to vote.
Cheers. Whether a man who can carry
a cartridge box is not fit to walk up to the
ballot box. Whether a man who can han
dle a bayonet don't know how to handle a
little bit of piper. I sm ready to admit a
want of intelligence and cultivation in the
negro. I know he is ignorant, but he
knew enough to be right in this contest
to be loyal and that is a great deal more
than bib master Oid. Cheers and laugh
ter This I know from having seen the
rolia cf 10,000 of the rank and file of tne
Confederate army, as prisoners, wherecnly
one in eignt was auro i ""-
this re construction we nave got to trust
to instincv and not to the intellectual civ
ilization of vot-rs. I had much rather
trust to loyal blacd instinct in this matter
than to oislojal white instinct These
were my friends. I think we can ask the
Government to held on and first punish
disloyal citizens ei.her by the lees of his
life, h.s liberty ornisianu, aixuiuiug
decree of the Government, but do not pun
ish loyal citizens who has done everthing
that the ability God has given him would
...n;t tn further the caue of the Union
Lid the Government We further ask of
the Government to wait and sea who ns
friends are ; to deal wun tnose ooiy uiaa
are friends today, not of the lip but of the
heart, not men wdo have fought for it and
those who we nave lougui .gsiu. 6.w
political righuto those who have defended,
nd not to ttose who have undertaken to
overthrow tbem. Let us give the whole
army legu'ars and volunteers, citizens, aut
diers, b.ack and white and grey, who have
fougut for us all thesr due proportion of
incident attending the
exercises was the presentation of an elegant
silk flag, with a silver piate on wt uB
suff bearing the following inscription:
"Maryland to jn assacnuueiva ap" ,
1865. Jlay the union ana friendship of
the future obliterate the anguish of the
Lieut Col. Teison presented the flsg
with an elcquent address, which was ap
propriate responded to by Governor An
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, June 18.
The Herald's "Washington special says
that preparations T celebrating the 4th
of July at Gettysburg, are progressing
rap d y. General Hancock has been or
dered to furnish a regiment of infantry, a
battery and a battalion of cavalry and a
number of horses for the use of the mar
shal! and invited guets. Generals Mead,
Hancock, Howard, Wilcox and other dis
tinguished officers will be present The
President and part of his Cabinet aie ex
pected to attend.
General Howard is oratcr of the day:
General Geary, Grand Marshal ; Bey. B.
Unaer me vra irepartmeu.. geuwo
order No. 108 the fallowing Generals and
staff officers ia General Pope's Military
Division have been relieved from duty
and ordered to their respective places of
residence, and are expected at once to oe
mustered out of the service :
Maior Generals J. H Hunt and George
Svka, U. S. Vols.; Brigadier Generals J.
I. Wagner, J. M. Thayer, A. N. Duffle, C.
J Campbell, J. Edwards, and Thomas A.
Davis, U. S Vols.; Msjor J. S. H- Ham
mond, Msj w V. Van Antwerp, Major O.
Vaughan, CapU. C. H. Garbs, Kobert Gra
ham and J as. Stone.
NEW YORK, June 18.
, The Bichmond Eepublio, of the 15th,
says : The officers of the Federal Court are
now to toa elty,prepriiig m businen fc
term which will be held in October
The policy seems to be to proceed
against the property, real and personal, of
persons included in the fourteen classes
are denied the benefits of the general
amnesty by the late proclamation. Nearly
hundred properties are already em
in tnese proceedings, and tne num
ber is, of course, increasing. It is very
prejudicial to the business of the city
Inch, in many departments, nas neen
brought to a stand still. It is stated that
seventy-five puces cf property in Bich-
have been already laoeiea lor con
fiscation, which is only a beginning of the
proceedings against property itself, the
not being made a party to the
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 13th.
The cars of the Uentral Hacific Railroad
running to supper uap, loriy mues
San Francisco, and will probably go
twenty miles further by falL
General McDowell nas lurnea over to
civil authorities numerous p-uoners
charged with disloyal speeches. Toere are
laws wnicn meet tneir cases expressly.
shipment of 120 gallons of crude pe
troleum, from Humboldt county, has arriv
ed at rjan Francisco. .
There was a large enthusiastic meeting
Sacramento on tne 10th, to evpress sym
pathy for struggling Mexico. Speeches
made by General Wright and others
advocating the enforcement of the Monroe
FROM FORTRESS MONROE.
FORTRESS MONROE, June 16.
Three hundred confederate prisoners are
sent through here daily, en route for
There are about 5000 soldiers at Hamp
ton hospitals at present. These hospitals
in charge of Surgeon Eli McClellan.
At Newport news about 3,500 confed
erate prisoners, 500 of whom are in hospi
tals in charge of Win. A. Smith.
NEW YORK, June 18.
THE HAYTIAN REBELLION.
Advices from Hayti, to the 27th ult, re-
that the rebellion against the
of President Gtffrard was still
progress. Successes on both sides are
reported. The rebels ah ad seized throe
towns. At Plasinao they were attacked,
rlafAatad and routed. Gtffrard had ispued
proclamation effaring pardons to all ax
leaders of consequence. No loldiers
engaged in the rebellion had returned to
allegiance. Martial law had been declared
the rebellious section of the country.
The Herald learns by a correspondent
telegraphts frem a station on the over
.nniA one hundred miles west of
Denver, that apprehensions are extensive
ly entertained, that the Indian Iroubles on
theplains will soon be Tesumed. The Sioux
Chevenns are githering on the North
Platte river and are committing depreda-
. . . i i i. ; i ; , ,l
lions. Several travelers cava ueeu n-
Attacks were made on some stations about
1st r June and considerable stock
The Herald's Washington special says
Snow den L. Hay", prominent Democratic
DoUticia". of Chicago, formerly Mimptro:
of that city, has in appointed by the
Pres:3ert, the third member cf the Coo
missv to revise the Interna'! Bva"ue Bys
tem. ."This completes the Com'DW8'011 and
will Tirnceed at once to orff Viz3 and
j . -o
enter upon their investigation.
The Surveyor General of New Mexi-0
Arizonia. has been engaged in mat
a reconnoisance from Hubal via Pima
villages, Wickmanburg and P'etcott, the
capital of Arizona, the Bio Grande. The
expedition just terminated, the Surveyor
having on May 19lh, returued to Santa
from where an early report is expected
the General Land Office, of the interesting
details in regard to the mining regions
other scatters of interest. ,,
INDICTMENT OF JOHN MITCHEL.
The Times Washington special states
authority, that there is no truth in the
report that John Mitchell has been indict
ed by the grana jury at Norfolk.
Ffty-seven leading rebels of Virginia
were indicted by the grand jury in the
United States Circuit Court, recently
Norfolk. Among the names intended
presented was John Mitchell, but his
case was not investigated. The j iry re
potted bills severally against General Lee
and other noted men among the rebels
lttely residing in Virginia. Shortly after
these indictments were reported, instruc
tions were given to the District Attorney
present the case of Mitchell, but before
had time to do so the jury adjourned.
Mitchell's arrest Is understood to have
been made in anticipation of this proceoed-
ing and for the purpose of securing
the prescence : cf - John Mitchell
within the jurisdiction of the Circuit
Virginia. It is not believed that
those indicated above will be tried
of the leading loyal Virginians
here to urge that Gen. Lee and others who
were paroled by Gen. Grant shall be
of their paroles and informed that
they are at liberty to leave the country,
and that if they don't depart they must
stand trial for treason... Others urge
Lee be pardon ed upon his petition
before the President
The Herald's City of Mexico letter gives
an account of life in that city. During
winter the Empress has given a number
state balls, at which the magnificence
European courts was carefully copied.
dresses of the ladies are in the lastett
isian styles, and jewelry and diamonds
in profusion. ' Military officsers appear
in full uniform, and the most dignified
French c fillers and soldiers do not
Mexico, and it is thought that Maximilian
would be glad to get rid of the French
and French influence. '
The Commercial says Maximilian's
ularity is increasing, and he is display
much intelligence, forbearance, enterprise
and wisdom. He is desirous of friendly
relations with the United Stales. A
time since he it reported to have said :
the United States understar.d me and recog
nize my government and I will open a
for millions of products, manufactures
and inventions. ' For the &qrth to become
my enemy, and break up my
would be to remand Mexico to her
state ol anarchy. The United
should wish for valuable progress and
thrifty neighbor in Mexico," not a
people who can never Ao njtlling
Mexico themselves nor make Mexic
ful to the rest of the world, lha
correspondence says Maximilian haergwen
liberal subsidy to the Vera Cruz andN.
steamship line, and to Hallady's line
Mazatlan to Ban Francisco. The
ican Company has the exclusive
nl boiltog groaning anOrart
the City of Mexico, and for a railway one
hundred and twenty miles long, between
Tuerexto and Guana Juanto.
Agencies for a large number of Ameri
can inventions have been granted, and ho
tels, on the New Tork plan, are now be
There is now ia Mexico about 40,000
European troopt Of these 23,000 are
French, 8,000 are Austrians and 4,000 are
Duka G win's Sonora scheme has com
pletely collapsed. Gwin is still in Mexico
where he has been some months. Maxi-
millian never granted him an interview
nor exchanged a paper or work with him,
and quite ignores his existence. Maxi-
millian is ever talking with Americans
about the Imperial enterprises for deve
loping the resources of the empire.
BANGOR, ME., June 18.
The man who was supposed to be John
Surratt, in Portland recently, has been
here eight or ten days. He is probably
not tha man.
Saturday Night's Report.
NEW YORK, June 16.
The Herald's Washington special bas
the following : The 8th Illinois cavalry
leave for St Louis immediately.
A large numbar ot cavalry nurses nave
been craered to be sent to Little Bock,
Ark&nsu, to be used in remounting regi
ments to be retained in the army.
The resignation of the iollowiog olhcers
have been accepted : Brevet Msjor Gen
eral Cutler, Brigadier Generate Mereditb,
P Jones, Shepley, Vandeveer, O. o. 1 erne,
and Tillson. Brigadier General Aber
crombie has also retired.
The Augusta, Georgia, Transcript says .-
Two officers of the Bichmond banks re
cently started with $326,000 of specie, be
longing to these banks. for Bichmond, with
a guarded only twelve men. un tne way
thev were surprised by some rebel paroled
soiaiers and robbed of about $200,000 of
NEW YORK, June 17.
A commission authorized bv law of
Congress, consifting of Messrs. Davil A
Wells, of New York, Stephen ColweU, of
Philadelphia, and Hayes, of Chicago,
meet at the Uuetcm nouso nere next wees,
to inquire into the sources cf nation reve
nue and tne best metnoa or collecting tne
same. Anv communications can be ad
dressed to them, in care of the Collector of
the Port The duties of the commission
will be confined to the subject till it is ex
hausted. They will remain in Bession the
greater part o' the time until tne meeting
The Commercial's Washington special
sate Gsneral Butler is expocttl in Wash
ington next week, when he will be placed
in an important command or resign.
Many cf the clerks in the Department
of the interior iook iorwara witu irepian
tion for the change to be made July 1st,
under Secretary Harlan's oraer respecting
A he following note was picked np at sea
eight miles ofiLong Branch: "The ship
Brope foundered at sea, March 17th, 1865,
lat 47. lone. 30. All hancs perished.
The Brope waa a foregn vessel, 600 tons
burthen, and was surveyed at Liverpool.
A special to the Post, dated Washing
ton tha 17ih inst. says:
General Geary has gone to Gettysburg
to complete arrangements for the cere-
monies ab luq oumiu" a wuwij)
Fourth of July.
The President has infornred the new
Georgia delegation that he will do all in
his Dower to re-estabiish the civil Govern
meat in that State. It is already under
stood that he has selected the Provisional
NEW YORK, June 17. [...].
NEW YORK, June 17. [...]. WASHINGTON, June 17.
Maesrs. Jerome Buck and Ste.
den. of New York have been retains
assist Charles O Connor in the defense oi
NEW YORK, June 17.
The gold market is Btill influenced con
siderably by speculative operations. The
prevailing tendency of speculation is for
rise, there being no important bear interest
to check the movement This morning
there were considerable purchases to cover
recent short sales, which temporarily put
up the price to 146J ; it afterward fell to
Lateb. Gold closed at 1441.
NEW YORK, June 17. RAILROAD ACCIDENT.
SYRACUSE, June 17.
"When the 7 o'clock train was within
mile of Oneida Station, the two rear cars
ran off the track and were precipitated
down an embankment ten feet ia neight
No one killed.
Thefollowine were iriured:
CoL T. W. Oborn, 1st N. Y. Cav, Wi
tertown, arm broken ; Mrs. Edward Che
nev. Syracuse, internally ; Mrs. J.M. Mc
Allister, Buffalo, cut in the head; M.
Kenney, E. Elenney and Emorson Kenney,
in backs and heads : Mrs. C'ooly, Vernon,
in htad : C. C. Coe. Borne, in the back.
.Others were injured, but none fatally.
No reason assigned for the accident
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
NEW YORK, June 17.
ket The stock market shows an increased
firmness. The feeling appears to gather
strength, and there is a very geneial ex
pectation that prices will go still higher.
The railway list was firm at the first call
of the Stock Exchange, but business was
light Pittsburgh was favorable and took
another upward turn. At the second
the market was generally better, with little
demand generally. Upwards of four thou
sand shares in Pittsburgh were sold at
last board, and the market was still buoy.
Government stocks were steady,
there was scarcely any variation in
State bonds are strong, and there
nnita a rise in Missouri Sixes. Bank
shares and railway mortgages are
but offerings are light The gold
was firmer to-day, and there was consider
able animation in the gold room.
bull combination apparently has tempo
rary control. The shipment of specie
day was $537,760; per city of Washing.
ton $852,990; per New York the
shipments for the week will amount
about $2,000,000. Money is very easy-
large balances on deferred at four per
New United States Sixes of 1895, author
ized by Congress to be issued toward
construction of the Pacific Bailroad,
;ain begun to appear in Wall street
$1,200,000 have as yet been issued.
Petroleum stocks are steady, and bf
in some instances. Sales were waade at
following rates: Cherry Bun, 50; Adams
Oil ; 850 ; Pithole Creek, 975 ; Terrogander,
180; Lamb Farms, 1350; Oceanica,
People's MuluairZorw Excelsior,
Webster, 185; Tack, .65;' HerrTclr,
Buchananan, 600; United States, 2335.
The Petroleum market clotes firm,
inactive at 34 a 35 for Crude; 62 a
for bond, and 71 a 72 for free.
The Post to Iba following weeVy
view of the wholesale market. Most arti
cles have advanced slightly with gold
stocks. Grain at this port wvj never known j
to be so slight
Flour has improved, but closes heavy at
$6 406 50 for extra State; lamilybranis
10 0012 00; OhioBhipping$8 907 10
There has been some demand for export
orders, ttill prices continuing too high for
shippers to operate to a very considerable
Wheat is selling at $1 401 44 for red
Western; $1 601 70 for Amber; "White
is scarce at $1 902 10. Exports have
slightly increased during the week, but
fluctuations in exchange have prevented
execution for foreign orders.
Corn has been in good demand in part
for the army and light arrivals has im
proved it The market closed strong.
Sound corn is Belling at 96 and yellow
sound at $1.
Oats haa been very active, the govern
ment bnying freely. Prices haveadvanced
about 8c, and clows firm at 80c for Western
Pork has fluctuated slightly and there
have been large sales to cover contracts.
Thtre is not much disposition to bay lor
future delivery. The market closed heavy
at $24 75 for old mess; $27 7523 00 new
mess and $20 0018 50 for new prime. ,
Beef has sold more freely, but- prices
favor buyers as the stock is very large.
Prices closes dull at $10 50 to $1 00 for
plain mess, and $12 0015 00 for extra
mess. There has been more doing in
tierce beef. Prices are firm. India mess
is selling at $24 00 and extra India at
$46 00. .;
Lard bas improved and closes very firmi
with light sales at 15tl7c for No. 1 and
ISalOc for fair prime steam,
Whisky has been quiet and unsettled,
the leading holders having been unwilling
to any extent to sell; closes at $2 02 Ja
03 for western.
Hops have been in poor demand for
home consumption. Reports from the
growing district are very unfavorable. Oid
and new crops at 10a20s for inferior and
common; 23a30: for fair to prime; 35a40o
for fair and choice.
Enquiry has been fair for molasses.
Petroleum Business in crude light;
prices close nominal at 243. Banned has
been in good demand and prices firm at
The trade in dry goods has been dull
during the week; there is a decline in the
demand usually experienced at this sea
son, which, connected with the movements
in cotton, produces a weakness in cotton
fabrics. The prices of cotton goods ara
mostly lower than a week ago. Cer
tain styles specially in demand are tolera
bly firm. There is no inclination among
jobbers to take any more goods than they
can immediately sell, and time contracts
are generally declined. Production is gene
rally increased and stocks are steadily
augmenting. T3e movements of cotton
are closely watched, and, among jobbers,
the opinion prevails that the increased re
ceipts of raw material wi'l soon put down
prices. Heavy sheetngs are now held at
28292; fine good', however, sell at pro
portionally high figures.
MORTALITY AT ANDERSONVILLE.
The Herald has a communication from
General Hincks, chief mastering officer at
Harrisburg, enclosing a carefully prepared
statement, which shows that the mortality
among the Union soldiers at the Anderson
villa rebel prison during the year ending
February 2SLh last was 12,790 men ; tt
greatest luonlhly mortality was 2,991 in
At the dotting match, at Hoboken yes
terdav. between l'a7 Anorn, rrana yer
i T J rTM
nonand Stonewall J&C:"h -i"""1
won in three straight heats ; best time
REBEL PRISONERS GOING HOME.
About two hundred rebel prisoners, who
have been confined at Hart's Island and
Elmira, will leave by the steamer to-morrow
for South Carolina and Georgia.
About Bix hundred prisoners still remain
at the Battery Barracks, awaiting trans
The Times' Washington special says
that the Government has received docu
mentary oroofs from Centreville of
guilt of Jeff. Davis in the matter of inhu
man and brutal treatment of the Union
prisoners, that when disclosed to the public,
as the facts "will be in a few dajs, win
astonish the whole world.
A cabinet meeting of several hours dur
ation was held to-day, and was iul'y
The subject under consideration
has not yet transpired. All visitors were
excluied from the President's Mansion,
accordance with the rule jurt adopted.
CABINET MEETING. THE COUNTEROFFER STRAITEN BACH.
Charles G. Steubenbach, who was
rested at St Louis last winte r, for counter
feiting greenback j, and brought to
city and lodged in the Old Capitol,
been released through an in .direct opera
tion of the writ of ASei eat yus, by which
a prisoner charged with- the -crime
counterfeiting Is puntahab -only by
courts. His counsel in &. luouis made
plication to Judge Olia of the Supreme
Court of the District for a ifnt, which
granted and served opon Captain Wood,
keeper of the prison. In the meantime
Wood hastily sent the prisoner to
where he was turned over to
civil authorities. On the day sot for
return of the writ, "Wood made this
known, which ended the c-'ter.
CABINET MEETING. THE COUNTEROFFER STRAITEN BACH. CEREMONIES AT GETTYSBURG ON THE 4TH
Preparations for the grand oeremonie
at Gettysburg on the 4th of July, aie
gressing rapidly under the managercent
of Generals Geary and Day, the
of arrangements. There will be considerable
military display on the occasion.
General Grant to-day ordered General
Hancock to furnish one regiment of infan
try, one battalion of cavalry, one battery
of artillery and two bands of music for
occasion. Generals Mead a and Porter
be present, and possibly General'
anl a portion of his staff. The
will be one of rare interest and will
less attract a large number of visitors.
A LETTER FROM JEFF. DAVIS.
The Herald's Washington special
among the papers captured, with Jeff.
vis' party was one written by Jeff, to
Davis immediately upon the eonclqeum
negotiations between Generals Sherman.
and JohnstenV He ttfbrsar hi wife
have secured in the stipulations more
the South than tbjft ever asked, either
fbre or since tbw commencement of
war. He also states that tie-agreement
fully recognizes State sovereignty,
aiaare3iea, of SiuUj9ra view, on
State B'ghts question. There was also an
other letter found on the person of Hani,
ton, Davis' private secretary, from the reb
el Postmaster General Beagan, in which
the latter goes into an elaborate argument
to show that the South has get in tha
stipulation all she ever asked for.
Brevet Brigadier General Wm. L. Clark,
A. A. G, of the Army, of Tennessee, and
Chief of Staff of General McPaerson, has
been confirmed full Brigadier General, and
takes command in General Weitzel'scorpa-
POLITICIANS IN WASHINGTON.
The World's Washington sped J Bays :
There are a large number of politician!
now here from every section. The Presi
dent is almcst overwhelmed by th-m.
Members of several Bapublican S'ate Com
mittees are in tiTVn, and announce their
determination to Btand by the Presiient
on the question of negro suffrage, leaving
to be settled by the States.
RUSH FOR AMNESTY.
The amnesty oath is being taken by
Southern citizens in large numbers, while:
about thirty prisoners of war are brought
up each day from Point Lookout to take
the oath of allegiance.
ALL LEFT FOR THE WEST.
The 3d Division
ing the last of Sherman's army, left this
morning for the West over the iaiumora
and Ohio Bailroad.
SOLDIERS RETAINING THEIR ARMS.
The Tribune spacial says all soldiers de
sirous of retaining their arms and accou
trements at the reduced prices recently
published, axe required to signify their in
tention of doing so before their term of
service expires, in order that a proper re
be mads on the roils.
THE VIRGINIA LEGISLATURE.
NEW YORK, June 17.
The Bichmond Bepublic of Thursday
. . . -r- - -
says : An extra session 01 tea irgmut
Legislature has been calied, and a number
had arrived in the city yesterday. Both
Houses will meet to-day in secret session.
It is believed that the special purpose for
which the Legislature has been convened is
to remove or modify the disfranchisement
imposed by the new Constitution on tha
masses of the people of Virginia.
MOVEMENTS OF TROOPS.
The Herald's New Orleans correspondent
says: xheBttt Missouri avairy ana .cat
tery L, 1st Ind iana Artillery, accompanied
Gen. Herron toShreveport
Brig. Gen. E. 8. Dennis' Division of tha
3d Corps, with an additional artillery and
cavalry force, will report immediately to
The Division of Gen. Dennis will garri
son Alexandria, dnreveport ana otner
points in the neighborhood.
Gen. Steele's whole corps will probably
go to Texas.
Gen. Osterhaus has been assigned to
WASHINGTON, June 17.
The President has appointed Andrew
Hamilton, o.' Texas,Provisional Governor of
that State, and also Jas. Johnson, of Geor
gia, Provisional Governor of Georgia. Tha
form of th. proclamation is precisely sim
ilar to those heretofore appointing provis
ional governors for North Carolina and
Mississippi, and the duties prescribed ara
the same. They are to exercise all powor
proper to enable the lqyal people to restora
said States to their constitutional relations
to the Federal Government, and present
such a republican form of government ag
will entitle the State to the guarantee of
the United States, and its people to tha
protection of the United States against in-
LETTER FROM SECRETARY SEWARD.
The Secretary of State to day addressed
the following letter to the Secretary of tha
Department of State, l
Washington, June 17.
To Bon. Qidton WtUa, Secretary of ihs
Sib: I have the honor to inform yoo.
that it has been made known to this De
partment by the Minister of the United
States residing in France, that the Im
perial Government ot that country has re
moved all the restrictions heretofore im
posed by it upon naval intercourse with
the United States.
I have also the pleasure to inform yon
tha I bave learned in the same authen
tic mann? that the imperial government
of France has" withdrawn from the insur
gents the character of belligerents, l!ch
heretofore that government naa accorded
to them, and these proceedings by the gov
ernment of France have been prompted by
the desire of reviving old sympathies be
tween the two nations whose interests and
traditions constantly invite them to form
the most cordial relations.
I beg leave to suggest the importance of
communicating these facts to the proper
officers of tne navy.
I have the honor to be, sir,
Your obedient servant,
WM. H. SEWARD,
Sscretary of State.
LOWELL MASS., June 17.
- The dedication of the monument erected
to the memory of Luther C Ladd and Ad
dison O. Whitney, who fell in Baltimore on
the 19th of April, 1S61, which was post
poned from the 10 ih of April last, took
place here to-day, with imposing military,
masonic and civic ceremonies. The fa
mous Sixth and Thirty-Third regiments
performed escort duty, aided by several
other military organizations. Conspicuous
in the procession were the Masonic brother
hood, including the Boston encampment
of Knights Templars. The encampment ef
Massachusetts and Bhode Island, Worcea
tar county encampment and numerous local
lodges and the Grand Lodge of Massachu
setts, Firemen, Odd Fellows, invited
guests and citizens, maJe up an immense
procession, which marched through the
iintinl atraeta to tha fare, in whirh i,n
y r ,
monument a w m erectea. Ana cere-f
monies were mostly Masonic
Governor Andrew delivered an elegant!
.- a -it..: r .n i - tt t
oration, a wubm louuweu innrinting-
ton xtaii. uuvuruur joraaiora ox Alary-
land, who waa unable to be present, waJ
represented by Cols. Tryon, Morris aci
Shiver, three of his Stan.
BUNKER HILL MONUMENT ASSOCIATION.
BOSTON, June 17.
At a meeting of the Bunker Hill Monu.
ment Association held here to-day, prop
notice was taien oi tne aeatb of Preaider
Lincoln, Edward Everest and James
Frotkjngham, a member of the Association
The old board or officers was re-elected.
New York Central, i4K: Eri. t.
Hudson River, 109;,'. Reading, m
Michigan Southern, 6i; Ulint(js c,,,
133: rittBbursrb. 70: Km T.i j 4
tt -T- ' . "3
" najne, ; unio and Miaiiasippi Ce'
tifieates, 25-a; Canton, tS Cnmberlan!
52K; Quicksilver, 2S; Mariposa,!?
Btoek market doll. . '
Gold steady at 144 f
United States. 2t); Buchanan Farm c
Cherry Bun, 40; Excelsior, 638; Mania!
tan, 45; Oceanic, 180. annaj
For eawraey . yw, Mepori w, F.