Southern States Mails

Mails Stopped.   We believe we are, at last, relieved of the duty of paying the postage expenses of the Seceded States, which have been costing the government at the rate of $600.000 per year.  The mails to those States have been discontinued, and the rebels must hereafter disseminate their treasonable writings at their own expense, if they consider them worth the tax.

(Liberator, May 31, 1861, pg 3)