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ion to the Secretary. Bailey is said to allege that he loaned Russell the bonds under his persuasions and those of a Washington banker, s, the stocks would have been re-purchased and handed back to him. Russell gave him an amount of such accepted drafts equal to the amount of e eventual return of the State bonds. It is further said that Russell obtained from the Bank of the Republic, in New York, on the State ble whereabouts (in New York) of Bailey's alleged confederate — Wm. H. Russell, of the firm of Russell. Major & Co., the great overland pony Russell. Major & Co., the great overland pony express and army-transportation contractors — he telegraphed to Marshal Rynders to effect his arrest; but up to the hour at which we go to pr watch for him, by jumping off thus on the outskirts of the city. Russell is said not to be the only person implicated besides Bailey. A Wa, of this city, dispatched by the department to New York to arrest Russell, announcing that they arrested him this forenoon. A telegraph
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lerk, has been surrendered by his sureties, and is now in jail. The South Carolina Commissioners have arrived. Russell has been placed in jail here for complicity with Bailey. His security was put at $500,000, and his counsel intend to apof Mo. 6's, $357,000 of N. C. 6's, and $144,000 Tenn, 6's — all coupons. The investigation shows that the contract with Russell, Majors & Co., has two years to run. The alleged acceptances of the Secretary of War are said to consist simply of memoranda, stating that so much money would be due on the execution of certain services, which Russell had used from time to time as collaterals in raising money.--Bailey in his letter to Secretary Thompson, said no official had any complicity in the transaction, or knowledge of the fact of the extraction of the bonds. In Russell's case, the Court to-day accepted Senator Green and Representatives Wood and Barrett, of Missouri, as security in the sum of $200,000. The remaining $300,000 is being