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', . ' ' .' ' ' ' ... .; 7 ;uaS''! 17 Av- .'S' H (. I 1 SWINDELLS & LANE, Pl'BLISIItBS. i'l'lii.IIIKn KVEKY BATIMtDaT MOHNINO, r SWINDELLS C5 LANE. 1 . 1. UiMtM ooi'V, 'r annum, tour lullil' hi' in )vni l.urtr pnrlud in iropofili.n. AM KRTIMNfl-On Jlullur HT .'I'M" or Ira 'nun Im, (ihHilMlyi) for m '' UMrllun, fi t 60 Airueb uuiuju"'l lii rlloo. r.'urt, or produce of nr km ""J.1"? tvn nt the but mrh prli ft,r" ibUor- r elitrin tVf nonotincinr a randMiite fur Si.r. I)in let i ta. nn l for County or I're ia.no lew f.i. imvelile tavaiUMy wlioo ll an In. jBct oenl l wind. I.ate 1Imu-Iics. GALVESTON, JlltlU 13, 16R5. t . u New OrlcHnii pnjicrs of June 1 0 1 It , i ;e tho following summary of news: 'u i, Ctistur In rcportod nt Louisville on tl.r -Iiii en route for New Orleans. .i' Ire Catron of the United Stntci Su 1 1 . 1,.,- Court, died nt Nashville on the 30lU ult. 1 1 If enld the eounlry ha been divided tn; t nr irVaml military divisions, under Gen. Meade, Sherman, Sheridan and Hal lerk. A f fecial dispatch of tho 3rd, from Wash- lium, lnturroa us wot LongHirocts sup. yi.ncd mission to Washington iv to ask for pirdon under the amnesty proclamation, uiiti tlrut his case will probubly be a test case. ':. Tho 4tb Army Corps is rcporlod going to Galveston. Vie have Northern dates of the 8th by i.ii" speoial and exclusive telegraphic dis pulohcii, . The news is of extraordinary in terest, and evinces a most determined fur eifii pulioy ou tho part of the Government. V.'c lire definitely informed that the Mon roe l'uoirino is to be enforced, and thnt V ij'oleoa has beon notified to withdraw i i'Ciic li and AuBtviiin troops from Mexico. iStHtrcoly less important is tho announce ment tiiat Government will insist upon in- mai'in, Ar destruction by Anglo-rebel pi rutea. A formal demand lins been made upon Hie Spanish Government for tho Bur rendur of the ram Stoncwnli. I he occupation of ChiHuuhun by the I-'rcjith is reported. 1 ' ' A portion of the 'Alabama' delegation vfeic nt the White House to-day. They nave r.l andoncd their intention to rocom- irnd Col. Secbold as Provisional Govern or n ud now recommend Mr. Parsons. He is or.posed by Alubuma loyal men, who have reconnr. Siidcd Mr. II. Smith, who wns forced id n an Ion Alabama in ltiOS, on account of iiia Ciii m .sentiments. Tli c: 1 enhessoe Senate, by a voto of 10 to "i, have passed tho bill disfranrhisingrebcl ynijiv.hizers for six years. A bill of sim iinr piDpoirt is pending iu tho House of r.'.j i-' Hcntii lives. New Vdrk, .Tune 4. Ti.o ilcrald's Charleston correspondent rcpor'.s tho arrest of Governor Magrath of Soulh C'aroliua, at Columbia on tho 27th ult. , for liipli treason. He Was taken to IHl'on Head, and would soon be sent North for trial. lie surrendered himself quietly t Li Leek, who was sent to arrest him. Hi.ftwe the arrest of Mngrath he issued a p,- t'.u.Tution nipficnclick liis own functions u Ktoclitivc of the State, slating that tho Ti ar is over, and that it is tho duty of the people to forbear opposition which is uso less, nnd roeoncilu tliomsclvcs to that sub misslcn which the government of tiie Cni-l-cl States shall impom', mid tlicv cannot re- ist. Ilu urces ihcm to resume their pe.ico- ' "ur-inits. and siys he is ready to meet cli.r'W "gainst him at any time and place. (,'... !iv-.f oia is gnmsuned by thpj;aUiXUuo. r. ' mv r. 'jirB'ns were" faking the oath in i row iv The other towns in the interior of the Stvc hatfe ,iecn properly garrisoned. GaV-veston, June la 12 P. M. Tin; urmyi transport, George Peabudy, nrri.oii tbrei days from New Orleans, with Jn. It jod And 800 nnroled prisoners from lee's, Johnston's and Taylor's armic3 on; linnrl. - - S i w i'onK, May 31. The Persia left Liv erpool n the nftemoon of tho 20th and Qiictusown on the evening of the 21st of May and arrived here at 9 o'olock r. n. In tho House of Commons, on the 10th, Sir. Grittith linked Lord I'almcrston 'if his aueniita had been drawn to a proclamation oftorinpr $100,000 reward for the apprehen siuii of Jeff. Davjs, and whether the Xiritish MiDiKters were prepared to make any rep resentations to the Unitotf States Govern ment io reference to the treatment of the Southern leaders. Falmerston said the only rsply he could givo was that Her Ma jesty's Gevernment has no intention of at tempting any interference in the internal .flair of the United States. This was re ceived with cheers. , .. " . Ihe Paris correspondent of the Morning Herald asserts that the news of the opening of fcr ruitingoflicel forMexicu, in New York and Washington, created immense sensa tion. The Moniteur refrains from any al lusion to it. The general impression is that Napoleon will not stand it, and will direct the f roooh sqaadron to intercept any rein force fronts for Jaurei. Strange rumors are currrnvbutjtljough unconfirmed, had a do prte'ing effect.' Tk most prominent one was thit Napoleon had wn urcently re- callod to Paris, in consequent of aproeptot if American aggression upon MexWo. Alto, I thai Maximilias had been shot. - v v jne rans oorresponaeni oi ine uonana Timjr .aye there aie two subjects of disquiet vhiah make the Empress and Ministers long fnr the retura of the Emperor. These are the recruiting offices for Toiunteers tor Mex ico, said to be opened in towns of the Uni ted Statea, and the opposition of the dim. mittee of the CLamber to the delineation of the Hiate forests. New .York, June 8. The Herald's spec ial my t: The arrival of Jeff Davis was prematurely announced. He was sent from "o?tT- Monroe on the monitor Sangus, which got aground eighteen railes below this city, ile was then transferred to the torpedo ooat Cbico, and has arrived in her. It is understood that quarters have been prepared fwr him in tho Old Capitol, and bat a suitable guard will be furnished to ia.su re his safe-keeping. Tribune special eavs i f!l. Waiter 11 T- JZ Oen. Lee's A. A." G., 6urgeoa W. 6 M e, and about fifty soldiers, at pres ent residing in Norfolk, Va, have been iijmmoned to appear before the United Stie District Court, at 10 o'clock this Ts-rvrg. with a view of testifying against "Vi. K. . Lee and other prominent sihcials, n m r aarge of trcaat.a. !w Yotx, Jane . The Herald s Rich ni'ii:d eorresTioadetit bats t-dnr Kmith of V t lia, is in the woodsbaek of fraenton, ! 4fternrtnel tfto it oat if it ukee all j at . tit. Jle (- s 'it g-mrd ff guerillas ' e.im u'lmiiNuTON. Juueti. A fnrinal demnnd hm been made for the surrender of the ram Htoucwnll, untwithttetidlno; Hie Intimations of tne Ilritli-h pres. It la not the intention of our Government to abnndon or abate Its demands upon Eng land for damage to ourcommerco by Anglo Hebcl pirates, Enough of our army will be retained to en oreo any demand upon foreign governments. It is uniliirslfliKl preliminary measures have already been taken for the enforce, mentof the'Monroe doctrine, and Nnpolotn has been notified that wo will not submit to European interference wlih Mexico, and that he must withdraw Frenohand Austrian troops. It is not probablo that, the trial of Jeff Davis will take plnee till Heptember. The following oflicial circular bus Just been Issued: Pr.rAnTMr.xr or State, 1 Washington, .May 2U. Sin A copy of tho President'! Amnesty Proclamation 'is herewith appended. I'-y a clause in the instrument the r'ccre'.ary of Siate Is directed to establish rules and reg ulations lor administering and recording the amnesty oath, so as to insure and guard the Government ngittnit fraud. Pursuant to this injunction, you are in formed that the oath prescribed by the proclamation may bo taken or subscribed to before any commissioned officer, civil, military or naval, in the scevice of the United States or any oivil or military officer of a loyal Stale or Territorv, who by tho laws thereof may qualified forndmintcrlng tho oath. All officers who receive such oaths arc hereby authorized to glveecrliflcd copies therof to the persons respectively, by whom they were miulo; and such officers oro hereby required to transmit the origi nal of such oath, at nn early day, to this department, whero they will be deposited and remain in the archives of tho Govern ni A rcgistor thereof will bo kept in the Department," mm iiilicalion in proper cases certificates will io issued of such records in the customary form of offic ial certificates. I am sir, your ob't sv't, Wm. H. SnwAitn, Scc'y of State. San Fbancisco, May 2a. An examina tion into the circumstances attending tho conspiracy to seize tho Peruvian sleamer Colton at this port, reveals tho following facts: Tho parties on board tho Ilronlcs, some 400 in. number, enlisted ostensibly to proceed to Arizona, but really to land on tho coast of the Gulf of California. A man by the namo of Williams was tho General csmmanding tho expedition, and another by tho name of Hnngei fard. of the army of tho Potomac, was ils colonel. Subsequent to the detention of tho Bron tes by the authorities, Williams and othors concocted a sehemo to seize tho Cotton, run her to scannduso her asa privateer against French commerce. Some of the leading par ties of tho conspiracy were formerly known as rebel sympathizers. The Mexican Gen. Vega, agent of the Juarez Government, mado large advances of money to Williams as loader of the emi gration scheme until ho ascertained tho mohoy was about to be misappled by Wil liams. The men selected by Williams for the en terprise wore sworn to carry it. through, on the blade of a sword in private, and tho duty of one of tho party wan to cut the telegraph wires. Tho scheme contemplated the seizure of tho French transport Phare, when she como down from Mare Island. The parties nrrostod are in the City Pris-r-!iirg irtlr ctJU3Trrrng ta--oti&mit a felony. STANTON AND 8IIEHMAX. Nbw York, Mny 80. The Commercial's Washington correspondent says: Sher man's statemont to tho CViunitteo on the Conduct of Ihe War, concerning his nego tiations with Johnston, is not as hosiile to Stanton as was supposed. It is evident Stanton is master of the situation he has nioro patronnge than ever to use, and of course he will use it in pressing his advan tage. ' New York, May 30. Gen. Sherman had a voty cordial interview with the President on'Sunday. Ho expected to leave Washing ton to-day for Chicago, nnd was to pass through New York. He will probably ar. rive in this city to-night or to-roorrow morning and-will visit a few fr'onds lierc. He will then proceed to his destination. The Times' Washington special says : As far as heard from, tho persons elected to the Virginia House of Detiifiates have been cither active robel sympathizers or outright rebels. Two memberg elected from Alex andria are T. B. Robinson and J. A- Kng lish, who were among those selected last fall by the commander at Alexandria, and sent to nnd from, upon the cars, as friends of guerillas, thus preventing attacks upon the trains. Tho Secretary of the Treasury has pub lished a correct statement ofthe public debt asappcars from thabooks of the Treasurer's returns, and requisitions in thcdoparlment on the 81st of May, 1805. The recapitula tion shows the amounloutstandiug, bearing interest, to be $1,108,113,842; tho interest $01,4811,48'.- 60. The debt bearing interest in lawful money is Jl,nf)3.47C.S71; the in terest being $00,108,384 C2. ' The debt on which interest is ceased is $786,270; the debt bearing no interest is 5172,829,270 5". The total indebtedness is ?2,C35,205, 753 CO; the interest both in gold and paper be ing 124,638,874. The . amount of lcM Under notes in cireulation is $f59,lG0,io9. These include $434!.688.SW8 of the new iv sue, and $100,133,020 of the compound in terest notes, under act of June 30, 18C4. The uncalled for pay requisitions arc 40, 0fT0,OO0, and the amount of fractional cur rency is 24,667,000. The Ti mes' special says : There is rea son to believe the trial of Jeff Davis will take place on orabeutthe 10th of this month unless the defendant can make any show ing of necessity for postponing of hearing for a few days. It is not believed Davis will interpeee any objection to trial this month, bt the facts involved in tile ease are f stent and indisputable. The trial caunot set more thaa three or four days, in empan neling of jnry and presentation of the evi dence. Any further prolongation will de pend oo the length of the arguments of the eonneil. President of Court said ample time bad been allowed ta obtain witnees for de fence, and the request of Mr. Foster woull be granted. A Richmond letter says: A member of the English Parliament has offered General Lee a splendid resideace in London, and a snss of Money, the interest of which would support himself and family frvlife. Ine Wi.kmjiB fperi! tl,t fifj. Tlu.mai will not lake command of the Do parlinentof Virginia. I'residunl Johnson, In view of hi thorough knowledge of the peopleof Ihe Southwest, having dotcnuiucd to assign him to the work of icorganliing lhem. His headquarters will boat Nash- Mr. Mackey has beon appointed Collector of Charleston, as an acknowledgement of his sieadi'ust L'uion course during the ie- bell ion. 1-IIilaiu.viiia, Juuo 3. Jay Couko re ports the sales of tho 7-SO's yesterday at S2, 0,100. The largest Western aulwurlp tion was 240,300 from tho National Hank of Chicago. Tho largest llantorn subscription was 1 1 10,000 from the National Jloik of lUo Kopublio, at Boston, 10(,OOU from tho Na liunal Bank of lioslon, and (10,000 from tho first National Hank of Norfolk, Ya. There wore also $ufi,(nM) from New Or leans, fl.OlHt from Richmond, nnd l,.'.7il in dividual subscriptions. 'I ho total amount for Ihe week was $i'.,0hl,ii00. 100,0110 of 7-;:i) notes, SoOOand 31(100 denominations, wore scut down to New Orleans Saturday, on an order of 1'iiymastors, to tie paid out to soldiers. Tho demand for 7-:J0 s among the disbanding armies is increasing. A letter from Garibaldi is published earnestly hoping for friendship between England and America. Caibo, June 1. N. B, Forrest wns at Grenada till the middle of last week. Ho is represented as having acted fairly wilh tho Fedora 1 authorities in his negotiations. Ho turned over all property in his posses sion, including four hundred wagons and about thirty mules. He remarked that he was now as good a Union man as anybody; that tho South was whipped, and that he was going to support tho Ftdcrnl govern ment as heartily ns any one could. Washington," Juno 7. Frederick Saw yer, a native of lloeton, has beon appoint ed Collector of Internal Revenue 1'orCharles ton, South Carolina. New York. Juno 8. Tho Washington spcofal say-n the President's definite p?1'0? Inwards the rebellious blatcs will ue re served till tho trinl6 nre over. Special to Ihe Paily Tolcgr.inli. G.U.vkstos, Juno 18. 1805. The transport Clinton with the 31th Iowa regiment has arrived. The Mobile .Evening News of the Hih has been received. New Oiit.eans, Juno 13. The opening of Texas and Western Louisiana trndo has given a great impulse to business in this city. Goods aro going out and cotton com ing in vory freely. Nsw Yokk, June 9. President Johnson has appointed loyal Southern men to offices in tho Southern Stales. At the great meet ing hero at. which Gen. Grant and Gcnor.il Logan were present, an idea of the policy of the President in regard to negro sutl'rago may bo derived from the following: The Constitution declares that each State shall regulato the qualifications of its own volors; and if President Johnson has the right to declare by proclamation that all men nre voters, he has a right to declare that while men aro cot. If the States thnt have been disloyal aro not in a. territorial condition, then Prcaidont Johnson has no right to mnko finch a declaration; and if ho die, he does it in the teeth of the Consti tution of the country. The President is laboring night and day on his plan for reconstructing which is universally wise and liberal, nnd sure to speedily reconcile the South. It is to be greatly regretted that fresh difficulties keep springing up in the country which can but tond to embarrass Ihe President. The Times, Herald and other papers are strong In their endorsement of tho Presi dent, and there seems to bo a very strong current of popular feeling in favor of An drew Johnson, and in consideration of those WTiuare etidcnTolg (.vwo Liv-ci ministration. Washington, Juno 9. Prominent citi zens or Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi now here express tho opinion that tho poli cy regarding re-organization in North Car olina will be extended to the other South ern Slates. ?ir.w YonK, June 8. Negro suffrage res olution? wero declared at the Cooper In stitute last night, but were coughed down amidst calls for Grant. General Logan was afterwards cheered throughout for an anti-negro suffrage speech. General Lo gan's speech is understood lu bo nn author ized promulgation of President Johnson's policy. The New York Times contains the fol lowing: Sumner, Chase and Phillipps re gard The right to vote as a natural right, inherent in every human being, and to be confirmed to enfranchised slaves without regard to their ability to exorcise it for their own public good. It will defeat its own object, and there is danger that it may create a reaction in the public mind which will defeat the measures and welfare of their tnds. Washington, June 9. Lt. Parsons has ! been appointed Provisional Governor cf Alabama. j Galveston. June 18. 3 P. M. Four ar- j my transports in all, have arrived with , t o .rs from Mobile. - The steamer Clinton, with Maj. Gen. Granger s etoff. Col. Moore ! 83d, commanding 8d Brigiide 2 d Division 13th Army Corps, and staff: also, the Illth Iowa regiment, bOO strong, Col. G. W. Clark j commanding. The steamer Rise, with the ' 83d Ohio regiment, Lt. Col. Baldwiu com- i manding, 000 strong. The steamer Exact, wlih a part of the l)4ih Illinois regiment,! 250 men, in charge of Capt. J. B. Okcson. 1 he Steamer Shooting Star arrived from. New Orleans with an assorted cargo of pro visions, 'ice and salt. LotisviLtc, Kt., Jun 10th. A dispatch j to the Ciubinnatt Gazette from Lexington . says Jon n C. Breckenridge's friends state thai he has arrived safe in Cuba. Galveaoh, June 18. The parole Com missioners have arrived and the paroling ! of Confederate soldiers will commence to- morrow morning at the Provost Marshal's I office. . I The Federals are quartered in different parts of the city, each rcjriment by itself. AivtsTox, J una iV. liens, o ranger aau Weitxel have arrived; almo, two transports with colored troops, which I am told will eoeu leave for the Rio Grande country. Boston, June 10. The steamer Admiral Dupont, from New York for Fortress Mon roe, was run into and sunk on the night of the 8th by a British ship. She went down ia ten minutes. Some 15 persons were drowned. Four Switr, June 3th. ThcZZd and 84th rebel Arkansas battalions of cavalry came in and surrendered ibis morning. WismxGTo. June Oia. The order for ihe 4iivher-e .f c?r!n printers ?f var. DALLAS, DALLAS COUNTY, TEXAS, JULY 1, 18G5. published yeslurJay, rendnrsa personal up- i pll nl ion for the rcleiuo or prisoners, mi ll ?r the rank or Major, tinueressiry, nnd there Is ftulhority for stating thai tho Pres. idont Is reeeivlnir no orders nt presant fir tho release of nuy prisoner of war ut or above that rank. President Johnson to-day moved his res idence to the Wiiito llouau, of which ho has now tnken possession. Government yesterday dispatched fiOfl men. with Intrenchinont tools nnd cnfliin, to the b idle-field of the Wilderness for tho purpaso of Interring the remains of all sol diers expoiod to view, of which Ihoru is ! quito a number. 1 An Alabama delegation culled nt tho Slate Donartmcnt thismnruln-t for die pur pose of paying their respects to Socronuy ScwtrJ. Tliev wcro cordially received by Ihe Secrotary. csuinlny nnd to-day quite f tnit.,kA- nt' ilin Vfhol ddic'iM-fl confined in t tho Old Cnpllol took tho oath. Secrelnry Soward walked to tho State n.-partmont. Io- Hay from his residence, for the Hi at tiuio sincu he received hia injuricj. Ni:w Yoiik, Juno 0. General Grant left this city nt tin early hour yesterday morn ing for West Point, on board tho steamboat Henry Burton, accompanied by his wife, General Augur, General Williams, and mttn bers of his stuff. Ho reached West Point at 10-30 A. M., and wascnthusiiistically re ceived. In addition to the regular residents and visitors tho pcopl flocked to sec liinH aud shake his hand. Gen. Seott donned full military dress and stood on the portico of his hotel" awaiting the arrival of General Grant. Their interview was very cordial and earnest. During the day Gen. Grant vceeived the throng who called to pay their respects. lie attended for a short time the examina tion exercises in the Academy and reviewed the cadets. Baton Koran, Juno 1 1. 8 A. M., To Ihe editor of tho N. O. Times: The 1'. S. transport Kentucky with about 900 passen gers, principally paroled prisoner nnd fam ilies returning to their homes, left Slireve por; for Now Orleans on Fridny, June Oth. at 0:30 P. M., about. 9 o'clock the name night it was discovered that the boat w.is sinking nnd sho w.as landed and the Btages put out. She sunk in about 20 feet of wator, Ihctim bors breaking and crashing. Tlio loss of life must have been terrible, she being so crowded, and sinking inside of three min utes, lt is supposed that some SO persons wero drowned. She had about 250 horses ou board,all lost except three. Tho pas sengers lost everything. Tho United Stales steamer, Col. Chapin, came to the rescue nud rendered valuable aid in rescuing hun dreds who still cluiiR to the wreck, Mr. A. 11. Isaacson, who with his family narrowly escaped destruction, have returned to Slireveport. Southwest Pass, Juno Hi. The steamer M- tropolis hos again made itiwuy into tho Mississippi river. This time as a Govern ment transport. She has on board two regiments of the first division of the 2-"th Army Corps. Headquarters aro on tho Cir cassian. Major Gen. Giles A. Smith is in command. We embarked from Fort Mon roo on the Gth inst., with inslructions to proceed to Mobile and there to report to our commanding officer for further orders. Wo arrived as ordered on tho 14th, nnd our wants for fuel and wator not having been sufficiently anticipated wo wero instructed to proceed to this port. Wo have had a ve ry pleasant passngo, and the health of tho men has been cxocllnnt. Not a death has occurred on Ihe whole trip out of our com pliment of nearly two thousand in number. Several o'thcr ships of tho fleet are on their way up the river some only require water. Our final destination is Indianola, Texas, where we hope soon to arrive nud disembark the troops and make ready for anAlIioti -. g . Nkw Orleans, Juno 17. Gen. Weitzel and staff arrived hero last evening cn routo for Indianota, Texas. Several vessels of his fleet came up to wood and water. Our special dispatch from Southwest Pass has some particulars of tho movement. Tho Morning Slar and Star of the Union arrived at New York on the 10th. Lee has been indicted for treason ut Norfolk. Gov. Curtin recommends that the coming fourth be jubilantly observed in Pennsylvania in honor of tho return of soldiers. Norlli Car olina is getting moro and more loyal. Tne amnesty proclamation well received mere. Tho rebel forts at Sabine Pass, on the Texan coast, surrendered to tho United Statos steamer Owasso on the 27ih ult. A Washington dispatch says that nn entire nrmv corps broke camp in that city on tho Oth, bound for the west. Too majority against the new constitution of Missouri, as far as received, is isiid. Feliable information from Macon and point, north of that represent the ,u,e of Georgia in a starving condition Lonuo.v, May 2'J. The Daily News hopes that mercy will be extended to Jeff Davis, though severe punishment should be meted out to him. it stated that Buenos Ai res had declared war against Paragua, and the Argentine Republics were inarching a i strong force. Locisviim:, June 1 1, 12 31. New York ndvicca represent the com plction ofthe At lantic telegraph company " cable, mid that Europe and America will to in telegraphic communication next month. New Yonk, June 14. Tho rebel General Slaughter arrived at llavanna from Mata inuros on the 11th. John Mitchell, editor of the Daily News, and recently of the Richmond Examiner, was nrrcslcd this oveniug and taken to Fort Lafayette. Nkw York, June 13. President Jobnsin has issued a proclamation coneci ning Mis sissippi similar to the North Carolina proclamation. Wm. L. Sharkey has been appointed Provisional Governor. The Pres ident has also issued a prsclamation rela tive to the territory F.ast of theMipsi.isippi river, which goes into operation after the 1st of July, also removing all disabilities and disqualifications attaching to Tennes see and its inhabitants. Latest, advices a deline of ef 23 1-4 in 6-2H '. Cotton de clined to 41, and gold to 1 12. f xporls to H mil lo-mnrrnw ?2.2" O.IHh) Dionev eaSV. Call loans four to five millions. The c.api- i .an loans lour w nve mn.ions. juc i.ijm- . tals of five National Banks agcrcrate. ! 300,000,000 dollars. j The Times' Washinclon ereial says the j President will issue protlamation diseon- tinuing. purchases by" government agents . nf th M ihr iniimetionarr Btatei 1 thns removing tne 25 per cent u. The ; World s Florence correspondent ea vs tho ' people will crown Vietor Emani.tl King rf theRnmn. ' The Times' Wa.hintrfnn special fays a strong filing is fSodini xpr-"'ou among many lead t. men. in H'T if an '1 n'r? military governors in theexlreine Southern Nlutcs and keeping llirji uulcr strict mili tary control until thepoople are thoroughly relumed to thoir avocations. Dulcgntious from these quarters aro not meeting with much ciieoui .ieinctit. San Fkaxcisco, June, A large meeting pond York Times, in his letter of May , BCllJrf the following information: The formal delivery of the Stonuwul1 to t!io Spanish, authorities, was mndo in thn fullu iving uinnnci : On the 10th, the cap. tin t roscnleii a memorial to the Captain- tionrial, staling that tin) repairs io mo en- gino would require more lime than ho had CAPcctcd. nnd for that, nnd other reasons, he was resolved to give up tin v.esacl, kii ., . ., n T i" w t..irte,,. l.l.'.llUe UUll-l 11. JUIlk Ul il'.l .il.ljvnit. ,mv r Snalu. ...i.rM .dispose of it. ri.:. ...' i...:.... i.f.i. ,col r-.,, Thi c3"er beinir nccciited the vcsfel w:u received aoooiiling toiiivonljiy, on thc2l)th being delivored up to ('apt. Aguera, aud the crew wcro paid off. Tho Stonewall was then removed to tho navy yard, where it was firmly moored, in tho custody of tho Spanish Navy. The sum advanced by tho IHlVCnilUllIll Itv'L', 1U UlUL'l l J'IJ OU fctiv crow and other debts, amounted to $18,000, wliien was less than firBt estimated, owing to tho refusal of tho captain (T. II. Page) and tho first lieutenant (Robert K. Carter) to receive the least pay. As to whose prop crty tho ship im, that, of course, remains for discussion; it has been staled to belong to private individuals, nnd that a' so the French Consul put in the claims of the constructor as not having yet boon paid. Details of Ute Cnpturc or Ihe CoiiiVd. cmtc Ai'dilvcs at Charlotte. RALHiGn, N. 0., May 15. The archives of the Into rebel War Department lire at this present moment stored under guard in this city, at tho headquarters of Mojor-Gcueral Sciiolield, where they await Iranenortutioa to Washington. When I ho rebels were preparing lo evac ualo Richmond they sent irway the public j archives to pomts in tho interior lor great- er safety. The documents of tho War Do i partment wero sent, to Charlotte, N. C j Last week General Joe Johnston sent a note ' to General Schofield informing him of the fact, whereupon General Sehoficld detailed Lieut. G. P. Washburne, of his staff, to pro ceed lo Charlotto nud obtain possession of I Ihcm. Lieut. Wusburue arrived in Char lotte last Saturday night, and called nt. the houso of General Johnston, who resides in I the town with his family. The General I irii tin! I limnr. n nd T.ipnt YYfi-ililiiirne left a note stating the object of his visit, to which, a few hours later, ho received tho following reply : Sati'udav Night, May 14, ISO.1;. Sin: I have juot found your note of riii o'clock this afternoon. The papers to which, your orders refer aro already in tho posses sion of tho commanding officer of the post. They were informally turned over to him for their preservation, becauso a guard was necessary, and I havo no troops in North Carolina. I will meet you with pleasure if you sttll think it ncoessary, and will be at iho houBC containing tho papers at ten to morrow morning. Most respectfully, your obedient servant, J. K. Johnston. Lieut. G. P. Washburne, Acting Assistant Quartermaster, United States Army. Next morning at the"appointed hour, he proceeded with tho General to a building on the main street where the documents were slored. Most of thorn wero in the cel lar a dark, dismal spot a sino-ul wr taclc Tor tho archives of the late anstoora lic confederacy. Wagons were procured, and the boxes containing tho documents conveyed lo the railroad depot, whence they were brought to this place, arriving at an early hour this morning. Wagons wcro again brought into requisi tion, .and the boxes conveyed to Gen. Scho flclj'a hcuuqiuuiuia at ti.o Governor s man sion. As each wagon drove up, its boxes were unloaded and carried into the building, amid a crowd of curious spectators, whom tho novelty of tho affair had drawn togeth er. As tho wagons filed by I thought of the procession of ghostly kings in Macbeth. Here wero tho literary shadows, the docu mentary reiuuins of tho rebellion, its gene rals, leaders and warriors. Tlio documents aro contained in ciirhty to svnipathic wilh Mexico was held hero on tho uight of tho lat. Resolutions wero . of the following therefore, bv Ihe fulled Stale. passed favoring tho enforcomcut of the S0"ll' .v , , ' ',, ;.", nr and we nominate for the off.ee i Monroo doctrine. II. T. Footo Is reported I V : , , 1 . ', . .' ,.'. ,' ' ,U1P?.". , Hun. .I.,lm lUuoek. of Travis to bo on his way overland to California.- I t, I ". f art., j Tbjl lUo pcopl. 1!o; papers stnic that the miners or lui'tto , '"e'.r" '. , ' .. . " , . i J C- i". htal "c inviltd ta meet iu their mid .MnncU lnve expelled nil Chinamen I ' .r.u'1' conn Has and take action on fiom Il.o mines. f '. braced in the proceeding of this Ihrco boxes, of various sizes, from nn am- )( VCvercnce the powers that be. the Lon ' munition box to a irge clcthcs cheM. such federate Government h&s ceased to cxi.i', ns is used by emigrants, iney nre aiso oi simp". ;T u k.L. . ami mitsy oi . ' " nrmv mess chest. A number of the boxes contained Union flags which had been stripped from the staff nnd folded nwar. A strong smell of cam phor from each box showed that, the rebel were very anxious to preserve the? e memen tos of thoir vainlv won victories and brie-f- lirirl rptifllinn. Mnnv of the flairs had slips of paper pinned to them, slating when and 1 l.JCral hnvonci. lia been londe l en the 1 - '.by whom captured. ! nhorei of Te'ias. There has been no coer-j 7ie j,, o. Pieaiune, says When the I It seems .strange that the?c dx-unvn's !,.;,, or nndignUfcd fear prompting tho pen- c(,mmisjiou came froui thcTrans Mississip nnd boxes were not destroyed, nnd dill y,c t0 their course. It has been the dclib- . pe .,arlmcnt , ff, ;s t-;v, to retoive ani I aiore strange that Gen. Johnston should do ' criitt acl f hrave men, accepting the eon- j .k, nrcw .Is fori su ren ier. Lieut. sire to have them pass into our pos-ession. i i i.ui prouuoiy nc iiuuKS irai i:ir lumi ; history rc'iuire" an account of the great J I "-ebel'iion from both aides. The dcnments. ; 1 menv nf I ii tu nnvi iiii nnv inn nn:iBi re- i i n,r nf l-aiiles. are of "rent importance, ' nn 1 will throw a great deal of light l. pen I iliputcd j oints in our own history cf the The Ra'.eigh correspondent f.f tho New York Herald, drari the following agreeable portrait of Gov. Vance, of North Carolina: "Personally. Governor Vance is one of the most i leas . at appearance. A round, nnwhiiUerr.i face, over which a pood l:t mored smile is always playing; a genial, pleasant voire; a heavy frame, giving ei- ; l .., . 1... hlnlr I.. -i eenbed ba-k from the foteheal without any ; dividing line, and withfil an ea.r (k- al.Ir ! . .... : . ; . .- , ma.ner, constituted a ' I jot look fur in the famou, Governor of ; -o"a yaro..n p i ...c .i , Vm-th t'arnlina. Rcrxrrt bad made himlike most or his brethren, a not-headed, ranting, implrcnb'e. whiskey-drinkine scre'siouist. whose disposition was outwardly vi!ble as that ef a rabid crnine. My visioaary pic ture was totally at variance f... 'eover, I am of what I saw of him. (hat 4inteir-r ff North Camli 'n' teranr:! to 'tr '-r-.!-- VOL. Ill, V). 'thf Houston V.lt:."! llip;. Frrimth. 'i,.i.,..c...v.;i,,,.i1.j io. Ihe meeting Uid i3 this cliy on tho 1.1'h inn ., foi ; il.o purpo,0 of taking into eonsid- eration ili Ycsout and futuro national re alinns or Ioxl,. wa, eonpoed of dolegrtes f? 7",11"'' The cTinmittee I,ntdraf..d o.oluu,n9 ,whi ,h were pub- Burnett. Col. James Wrigleiv of Liberty, Sniii.Miither,of Co;n.iI. W.ll. Fields, of Gray- son, Highsiuilli, of Bastrop, Jntnoa Sor'.ey, i of Galveston, P.J.Wills, of Montgomery, I). N. Palmer, of liurlesou, 0. H. P. Cavcn der, of Leon, W. F. Swain, of Brazoria, A. O. Rogers, of Madison, J. W. Oliver, of Tar rant, J. O, Ci'.nnofoy. of Falls, Col. J. M. M.-Riio, of Jaspor, .1. P. Ostcihoiit, of Aus tin, W. 15. 0:-hillree, Jr., of.M irion, Hon. t 111. .11. IHVtor. 01 not. ston, lion, i ii . i - - , , , fill!....., ,r Gray, ofHarr. and C,. D. U G.bbings. of i Vtashlllgto in c ! on i The Council of the Eniscopnl Church ar.il the Grand Lnjgoof Maeoiu, being inccsiion in Houston this week, were the occasions that called togcalhcr so many intelligent men from different portions ot the siato ; and so being togoa'heg, they have taken I advantage of tha circumstance to express, I in very judicious terms, tho wishes of the people of Texas on tho subject of our nation al relations. The resolutions or) very con servative and show an earnest. desire' on, j ti.o part r.f Texas, to resutno her former relations with the Federal Union, as quietly I nnd speedily as possible. The genllomen composing the meeting comprised tho best intcllieencc of tho State, and from their op- prrtunitios of knowing the sentiment of the j eoplc at large, wo aro bound to consider l tlio tone ofthe reo'ntioiie ns a reflex of the popular sentiment of tho State. They nsk that a civil government, underlhc Unionnnd I on the basis of the constitution and laws of I 18C0, be given lo Tcxa3 as speedily as prac- ! ticable. and nlcdso her to u conscientious performance of her duties to tho national irovornment. This is undoubtedly the feeling fif.nc.irly every man in the Slate, nn 1 ought to evince to the Federal nut hnrit iea that Texas is read- i y to liavmoniio with them, without diffi culty or prevarication. , J lie ormnence ot secession was voted for with griat unanim ity, but the present desire to become a faith fiil integral of iho Union is even more unan imous. The people arc ready to lay aside all the bitterness engendered by four years of sectional strife, and to settle down ami cably under a civil government to tho exercise of peaceful pursuits. If this bolicy is met by a liberal and judicious policy, it can bo moulded nito inoit anything that will subserve the future welfare of tho nation. The resolutions commence at just tho right point. They do not go iu(o the causes and origin of tho strife, but begin by recog nising the present distracted state of the country, nnd tho great noecssify of a per manent civil Govoraincati Foif-lnio pm-p&co representations aro made to tho Federal Government iu a conservative tone, and tho request mado to allow Texas to elect her officers undor the Constitution of 1860, with snffijient respectfulness, but. without r.yco plmncy or fawning. Lost tho resolutions and notion of tho meeting bo taken asa heartless and hollow expression of opinion, put forth as political claptrap, it proceeded to nominate Hon. John Hancock of Austin for civil Governor, to bo voted for whenever tho election is ordered. Judge Hancock is, and always ha3 been, a Union man from principle. To avoid a forced participation in tho war, he left his home nnd became a Union rcfuT- " fuuaity f"1 SuiTbttsin, ho recommends himself to the people of Thx.is for his honesty and admin istrative talent, and to the national admin istration for hi9 politicial views and his consistency as a Union man. The meeting has proved its carncslness ly nominating Judge Hancick for Governor, and we have but little doubt that this vol untary nomination, on the prt ofthe peo ple by their self constituted delegates, will be unanimously ratified and Judge Ifnncock elected without opposition. The peoplccan uot bIiow a grater willingness than ibis, to bury the hatohot of past differences, and to concort oiijicably with the national govcra- MOtlt. I In this connection, it. might he well to ' stale that, on lass Sunday, prayers wcreof- fered for the President of the United State, t This was proper. Our rdigon leaches us nn,) w(! nre under tuc temporal sway oi tne United States Government, and hence the propriety nf obeying the behests of our re ligion in praying for the Icmpor-.l power". There is no wan; of dignity or ousietency in thif, and it is another jtrong evidence of Ihe willingness of Ihe people of Texas to ; return to tiie I niou on fair, linneratiie ami j consistent term". Let u be remembered I mat all tins lias nccn iiran oj - , ,, i ,.r .!, ,.rnr.U ml. that loo. before a . dition as it is, and striving to advance the i interests 01 law. oruer, i'iciv; , iininn huinnuily. ,,.,.., rc iU rcsclu.ioi.s ef (he - meeting Wliicn were cnununoubiy aaoj.iru irwe'rof, Tha'. in Ihe preent circuniitin- crs in which the people cf lexas are placed, : and irrespective oi rasi .aiiieiviicr, -c ,r- rard the re3umpsion of our political and civil relations to Ihe United Stauta Govern i Cnited fctatts t.ovcrn- ment as the proper mode for restoration cf peace, law. order and coed government, un- j dcr the Federal Constitul.iun and laws. J 2 li'ioirca, i nai we rcgaru n our mj people desiring to promote the best intercsta j and future prosperity ot tne Mate oi !-, to conform promptly and in geot '" ' f tin flifl n trfvl rntl.lltloU CI OUT I'Ol.n' tiers, toaid in the rcoi gatina:ion ofonr. ta.a Guvrrnmcnt ar.i Ihe reioriio u . .i . i . in everv wav in '1""?. nd '' '".1eT! ..rl M our m jon r.Ave.nm ' i. f" , . , h. in lll9 .;-itsl - i 1 eiioa for ri vil Staieofficers. be held nf iI.a ii.uuniiani, oi wnnicn, .lu.mu fiusr?, t,. - - I with Ueor'g.- '" " iW:. ) in ' terir t WH inee-ied (he reh-ia, ii bisVapacity cf maaner an4 undr .h ' ".. ' J :'' we ret from . td:T ea.haryr-Mm:y oeeo. nectary r- r-t-. r , Ul -rport-ini-trs cf btco-T t;-...'-- T'-t iv ':!'.- I" t " 42....WH01E XIMBIR, 613. j re pilar civil government for tne State of I Texas. In unison with Federal authority as ,peilv . praetieauie, wo recommend the , election ofOovjicor and oiler State officer, ,,. the people, under tin Constitution and i ,-u.,.e in 1800, to bi held at theuau- a time for .u.-U eleetiou in August next. unless , dido.ont time shall to directed authorities, r.f Ooviraor, c juntv. throughout the respective the matter em- tnciting. Mr. Ilx-Secratary of War. Dana's Cbica I go 'Republican, says that (.'cunt Montholnn, I Frem-H Minister t Washington, la puziled ! nud bmo oilier people ate puttied a I much ns iiic Count Montholou to know what tho Go-ei.Blnanl c,n want wilh thirt7 or forty thoiumj troops iu,Texa.i, now lLa't nil the rebels in tit veion have surrender- cd and gone home. CotinlMontholon, y i tho Republican, Is ainid that these terrible ; cavalrymen who nre gos; to Texas, may no; tie iiioiotginy acquainted wtth the ge ography of that country, an! that seme of them may, by mistake, get on tho wrong sido of the Rio Grande, to the great annoy ance of Maximillian, Napoleon Ul and Count Montholon. Wherefore, remarks Mr Dana, It is said the Count Montholon wil demnnd of Mr. Soward an explanation hi ia always ready to make an expl -. iatlen and the Count Montholun will eti ! rentier what can be the use of so many Ytakvi soldiers in Texas. Picayune. rrora the Tol.;t.'.;di Tut Robbing in tiik Wfst. Mr Milby of this city, arrived at homo from Prowns tillo; nvprland. two dnvfl ftffo. tie In.' I Brownsville two weeks ago lust Sucd'iv, i j company wilh Penrics train. Ho report i having witnessed a great deal of roboer ' on the road. The train in whioli he cuni I having no goods, got off with the loss c f iU t six mules, At. Barton's Bnnehe, 103 miles tl.it bid j or Browne ril'c, a Mexican truin brii"jin. i in croods. according to oncaccount for Blum. j and Uncording to another for Jacobs, con- signed to Rcichman A. Co., was robbed auu most of t.ic goods were taken away, boon jrcro left scattered about there. At King's Rar.cho, Col. Price's train WS4 robbed of 7o0 pairs of shoes, and at Bce ville it was cleaned up mules and nil. H embraced 12 wagons. Just beyond Banquettn, Haskell's train, 14 wagons, was partly relieved of itKfrcV, and was supposed o have been entirely !i ken afterwards. It was reported that. Pool's train, tc wagons, wns robbed between king's Runci. and Banquette, and afterwards mado s clean sweep nf this side ofthe Nueces. Twenty miles beyond Goliad, Mr. Milby overtook FlcwclUn's train, and another it charge of robbers, who drove into Goliuu and unloaded it. It is understood tha I'lowcllen will recover his traifl. Some other robbing of smaller trains liac o:currcd, of which Mr. Milby knows lesi As Extraordinary Hah, STo.ru. Tb Emancipatcur, of Cnmbrsl, confirms th . almost incredible story already repotted b auother journal or thnt town of ihe stopae of the navigation on the St. Quiuten Canal '" by accumulation." of hail stones, of enormoui size. Tho entrance to the canal at Vend huilo is obstructed by a block of Ice of thi size of 40,000 cubic yards, aud 600 workmen employed to break up this frozen m.iss,hav great difficulty in making any improssiof upon it with theirpickaxes. A Governmcn' engineer, Mr. Lemoyer. is on tho spot, nnt Ihe Minister of Public Works and tne In spector General of Bridges and Highway. were expected. , . Mr. William H. Frouse of Galvcstun, win " ' arrived here from Austin yosterday, inform: in that the State Treasury at Austin win broken open, and robbed about 10 o'clock or Sunday uight, i.r from 17,000 to 20,000 dol l.iri in specie mostly gold. Aftsrgroat dif ficulty, some men of Shelby's division who v. ci'O lumped outbide the town, nnd afcwo! the citizens, wcrcathcrcd togpather, when the rodders, sumo Id to 20 in number, du camped with the plunder. One o1- tlieir however, who was behind a deserter, nam cd Campbell was pho.t by the guard am! died Tuesday morning without making aoy conression. The treasury vaults wcia tio broken open, and the money stolen wan tor. taincd in two iron safes, w hich were bt -keo open iu the back. i Mr. Prcttse further states that G, . . ::.ir Murruhloft on Tuesday inorning'm 'lie di roction of mexico. I'x-Governor CIV-rk Lad left a few days before. ' Licut.-G,. -.ruo. Stockdale wan "still at Austin. ' Shelbv's men left for Mexio on 1! jn lay lust. " . It is tho universal belief1 of the ctlie'iis, that the pony who robbed the Treasury had been lying bank in that neighborhood, Air somo time, in order to lay the blame on Shclby'smen when they arrived here. Shel by's men deservo great eredit for their con ,l,,rt u ilie iicmi:,iii Cil. AVai. 6th uit (icR Trvir ,, was then hero and whose influence has a!- aysbeen very groat in that Department, Wis aikcd his opinion, wb'h cr under the circumstances he would adviso the eurrendcr. Gen. Taylor, who possesses gieat quiclinen and felicity in de use of melnphors and ilinviratiens. being asked, wheib-r the I rani-.iiiis?ii pi army ought to be sunendeicl, qukkly repHc'l, "Yes, enrrendtr as oo as possible, t ou arc on- : . with a corp;e I tat on with .. ;. i,iuc, ln4 if Taa delay mucS 0J)r it Wl hocoiue toe offensive for de f TonT rii.Low. Since the war has closed, it has ti-an:-pired thai there was murb mis rpreentati.n in reference to the Fort Pil low affair. It is not true that the rebels lo.k in prijoncn. On the contrary about two wn I.. 9, twel'tndrH were taken priooersana car- I Cmi-h A I'cltral officer assures us ' !mt f ,he mk" n""tri Fort Pillow er'" merearon toey were .. v..ti .,.. 1herav tnai vneti tne e-1 "J:?l VJilri 1