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San Antonio Express (Newspaper) - October 18, 1865, San Antonio, Texas Loliuq VCatryimb back _. ?i: for their'tviibk SpoaaabiEazdon. 'onqe'to tlio tliomr if Hhoynrot .dilatory j B'Btora -and nhToblingtyrantji por, has i til otntioiH in, iiio.ro N i i 11" (4 jt P5 timed Wagon.for tlibir nid but nianv b'lrd 1'' .Child-Serfdom in t. H'lllld' no dintricli' It wnmno't nil til n 'tlmt'i lio.pliyricaru'ftecfl'of upon fiirms nrtd nut with In whoro ll Th' moral roMilln nrti 'riurlmitt; Not' on I v children Mneans'oT Mo-. juiwgiillio.ttUMital wiucutioii soitiocewarvtojthwii vrolfiiro, but lullingdeg itid, children to n oP'ivlilch J.-.1T tatoi'ol hV mino'Hiwtlnmi' tho gang-sj-htoin otieo Is i o; get ionisoU'ei, li'oni' UH vill fllld nitoiniilnTiifontforthorii iitiill.'-'Th'oy''iiru .111.' _ f t of! childrun- nndrpu: nf. .1 bf.a-incasuro.wfiicbHvilljtend'ao capcd tlio notice of tbo JlritWi logiHlnturo; nn tbo in by moans 01 tircly of modern ibrigiii, Kor'anany-yeani.puBl It I.I i fof otlVprlngM ol'-laiorinji residing toimdislrie's Imvo'bobn oonditinnod-to a fato strongly rusmnb ling-lh fuaturl-M that -of. tlio nogn n Virginin'n i.ofor tho fall of tbo Confcdurnoy hud sealnd'tlm dooii of tho SoMtborri'dlnvQ power.1 Tlicchildron ar employed ini what wliiol iiro to bo found principally in i'un-lnmlH o _ Kach town or village novcrali of ganpvwhioliiitrnluwlur tint, diroct; charge o tlniGK culled each gang. counting of n.troopjo from ten tu nixtj-, who arc duly. o( twelve month, from tlioir rcipoctivo the wli'j, in: rctiitn, oll'qrs a flxci weekly sum of; tbolr labor.- Tho from bno shilling to HOVOII shillings pop wock, according ,A low of. tho. oldcut, nmy, obtain inoro, but tlio of wages may bo plnccd'lnt 'fnu'r and. i.ujxpuncoi' Tbo gunorally'a.jabnring man iiiniHolf, sub. coiitriicts' with tlio .neighboring' far- more for had ar. uiiltifn.l 4l... "t I___f. il III? .pie-Kciitjitionpf -rf Huill it aiiir.in'un" tnmjilly act pWtt out or crento the liilliio.nw would procure or elm; of I Td lievo that has bueuNhlnei'tlio diitcfyti-w' fail; ihitcai'iHu I do notiroflardt-tliWasIaibuBinow.., w'hloh brokerage is not wmlf to tho ditto ol iH wepq still acting on the. adviincell ofi riJcr'Cl'u'.1 u'tiay, 'nnd'' iiHmuiftif Aynw indicate'thutitl-uyi had almnlr itinuhcd or ijivup 1'bieiil, diiuh poiKtituloH the frontier botwocii' Uriigu.iy' iiiid '''''1 the Uriixilian' I'ro'yiiie'o Tho political iii unabated; 'andi tlib-immieiit-iliu oroM.tho rising.ofi.tho mi tho former who iiro tho.frjands. of uguiiy, .may ho expected., tlleyiwilL hnvc noifurthertroilblo.l tri'AVi be (Hilda by .the alliduvit of tbq, t mill l.y tho written ceil JH ony of motq tlmii ordiniiry.horror, of mi iiiMiuiu wiitniiit, wlioii'inrirptn'tnd'-livilTinuViRV. i killed hur'huslmml'aml1 child; and tlion plimgud bur own soul..into oturnity by.icommiiting'sui- Marston.andi Cora Marston, his> daughter, and was Mu. h'ti-an bis wifo., Thu eiruiim. an 'relat'o'il by of'tliu' principal witnentes at life ICorbtiur's as follows; ir She sayM that about o'clock shownsawnk- oned by. a tiointvwhich, Kouinvd lib) scuf- fling and.a full1 overhead She prw-qntly, tbu of a thu oondiiiiiii 'of 'aUnirs'iit-'-onci', shb iVnitiudiHtolv ci-OKslngoimor tliirfontof tlui stairs in the tiontontrv. llnicv beingafraid to. go.up; stairs, called loudly two.oi toitbe doctor, but'from him slm rocoived.no pospotiHo, for at lliatliHio.hu was probably howcvor, iippcnred at'tlio'liciid'of the stairs without a light, nn'd in totio, whioh seemed to. Indicate: inotbodl.in her. madness, ordered' to go to and lonally ,of having her brains blown out. Tho couhl'liut'obey, ami nftbr hastily' throwing on 'her clothing shb werit'out'iii'iiueHt help. _ 'j.. drislrjyipltiVncwspa. 'flit IT VIII it rifl n ft Iii t.. tiuu til buiitu, to. which. U'liiod Cuiinlii.'Nn'timiill' Aiio .i. ioior.' HUH t in t'u-nifi in-' ttiBimii.'r.-i5, now now no. lunger atlnni.s .doubt.. There was In tlio( upper of the AVg. mini Hopubbc a'grout deal ofuWallsfiiotlon tlic pur, curryingjt joiir bar. IVon tho; manufacturing 'dUtriqiii'wuro of a' Tavor'nllh uliiirnctur." n- '''MM o- ol, noii-intorvuntion iliiUHtion.., i Oct. Tho' numbc'r of'.'pi.r granted t'liin wct-k probnhlv tbrbvtiino great iw any 'pruccding Will probu bly reach MX 01 HUVOII; hundred. A'KW YOIIK, Oct. the DuiniiiiciuiH'wuro'culohriitiiig tboir HO cond nnnivorwiry oflndepoirdunce. JJuHinu was reviving, notwithstanding an ominous' ru'moi that cupturo Somalia. Tho alluirH, of tliailliipublic. wore brightoning TIIOVIDKSCK, 15. Uuv. ing, latb rrcsidcnt ol1 Ill-own wan prostrated by ;a tcrdiiy.i.'-. .n ,i In tho olinrgt ngaiust Mayor Guntluir, Judge JSmnicit said that >f Arriving 'with1 several neighbors lad given tho alarm, tbu party Won ibr nmnyyoa'r.i'tlioiiKlit r bci'i'lioiiiio'luid1 her .time pruvioUHitonb'o' trngmly. c-n. hur conduct.; tho administration of uso pistol. Thu'ba'so Mtill imllur llltistrnte'd mini; Kxuniimn'yoitr body mnl your and no longi.-r; III' you ai-n rdrrithod.'biii no longnr; wlnm th 'd-bucomcs; got. oliocinMaiiupH ormit; iwlintiingain natuio cnlli lion 'runt, .follow. or ami .regard not.tlm timu or, n custom .but .whoij .nickiiuKn imtnro twill not "bo bo'altb.'iiovoii or eight' lionro ulcup onerally Htilllciuiit; 'a deposition in ibcd oyond tbo iiHiial -lio'upH. gonurnllvi''arlnWfrom onto dcrmigcmont ol'.tho digontivu; orgnng. In iuknuM, if. the -iiiitiutit ..liivoifd _f KO, roiiovnto and" restore :rongtli wlion.'a niirso bur piitiunt in'.' linod to way, no mat- er what' tiimt A' pariii'nt oi'nr bo.awnkoiiiiil medioiiiu no modi. ino can.bq.Ho an is- tbq nlm ofiOiluad'of thin Htatii .of mimr i.nd -body boy oml any bibop ibig. 'Sleop'in'mvoyt, BOiiiHluiid'ruirbsbiiig, no- ordinjj the 'nlimontary organs nro-caJv; quiet nil 'it.h .v H mini inn his answer entirely cleared Gtinther'of all ucliia ollicml Tho stage road'from tho icily -of Muxicoto Pu cbln impnwablu on rnins, Oct. steamur ilazo m in with 0.'. papers' of 'the Gib.'with onb' dnv later. Oct. .tho Coiiiidctiout olec- Norwich gavq a considerable minority agiiiiist tbo negro amendment.' ._...-.-. Oct. special Lawrence, to.thq- Democrat, savs- that an important treaty, thq om Indians, one hundred miles south of L last.'. >Thuy'ceded for Which L.oyernmunt pays three'hundred 'tliuusnnd dol- lara.; Iho aottlerV treaty, tho KwYoitK, pet.' lias an upward tondoncy.. Jbirty.fivo huiidrud bah-s wuro sold a U4 1-e. i'lour-lms.aii nt from.Cc. to lOc. Jiijjhor. 'Sugar, at roin lit Naviil stores quiet: petroleum jhor. 'J Oct. oflicial'ntnteiiiont ft if tho public debt shows of twelve and a halt, million siucu.tho 1st of August. _. Arrests of Feniaiis.iHtcontiiiued in No little exeituinont prevails in Ungland in cnn- icquence. J ACKaoK.Oct. from one of tho nading counties in thu, State, show .thnt Briga- lior (Juni-ral Humphreys will-'.undoubtedly bo ulucted by'an 'overwhelming liiajbiity; Times says it will bo soon by onr'special1 dispatches, that-gold'closed in-Now lork yeotorday.nt 145.IM, ctiyoat40 l-2c for luiddling.'.. Xwr favorable intbl- deem ncoemuiryiiito miiltiximr 3 s P cr Ibo' l.-, i. o Idcnto 'Pfoi I uiiatlon'of tbo I ,1-vjooH 'ni i- '..-r.. r- l-i'-il hits not otignged in or wrongs 'iijimi'miy bjJsaiiw of .tontliiicutfW'. VJ but have' 'bten-'very wilt breiilts must ultimately i prove too jnticliifontbe ,lo, dt-cido tlio tho'war. t, -i Tliu lleiivy o this war post all 'tbo belligerent, parties nro (lie nioro to bo rogruttcd-nHithnso very Provinces whiohjiiovf constitute .the of.wi.r, wero un> HurpasMcil in Amorica (or riipid ad- vancb in' matcrml' Tlio Kuropenn inimigratlon in'to the Argentine Ubpublfc'liiw been, fur n-inninbcr'of.yoiipH, at thb rate :of'at least lii.pOQ a year, nnd tlioaniiHtruction end railnndx in tho.intcrior, and tho groat imv pnivcnionts in'the navigation of tho rivers, pro- mined u Btundy and rapid'incfnnHo oftlils immi. grnt'oi The same-may Tho-Hnizllian IVovbico of. Jllo Grnndoidul Sur, in.liito, years, re- already onnstitut i r.' culycd n :i epiisu- ing 'miicli on'o-third'tif 'tho entiro 'po'imla- tion of tlio- noar thf a porn Nothing- is needed in the niriuia. 'the rcKtotation nont pcnop, to ,qluvaU all naset In the righu of fruqdinoii arc involved, oither or their prrsoint or property. Tho 'Governor 'bxpreirtes tlio opinion Hint tho atu Constitutional aiiieudmoiit abolishing sl, all lawH'wIiich constitiito'a part of the lolicy: of the system of BhiMcry, and, in declaring hat, tbo negro shall bo nrotqcted in bi.s ntti.nn did piopcity, cstablishus principles nhioh of inselvus entitle tho negro to sun and ho 'nued as .n noceiwary ineiduiit to micb right, thiit lo IH nindo.competent ft witness accordingito ho tho Slate...... No Freudtiien's Court in, thcrofor'p, to bo here- ftor organised'in the those now in xihtcnco will he at once closed. 'I. tbo 17th has joon received at.NowYoik, from Juarez, written t El bu says that ho has not. tbo liepublic of Mexico, and of intend to do -BO." IJo intended' iiow to'ro- rnovp to of tho1 Interim- Mexican cltixciii ingsjliiiW boon iiistitutoil1 liw'propc'ftyf under tbo-lnuV of 1o gtird to.lho.presont.lccjliommid ot vthb jjf rdiivery S.[ Guveriiincht....... much I doom nccotsury, because if guncrahmincHty. there is nothing uji'm 'which th'd'rrbii'dtnt'can base the pardiiirpra'y'e'd'fop.': -t 1 OJ J'rov'uional Ooreruor-of Texas. Mi 'Sw 4 1 Combat BJ itlioHo iuial combats J witnmbd a cumb'ut bolw'cen R bullalo'aiid a thb" buffalo fii'rcu, and of the cominunced-Jtho nttacfcibynmnhing town'nU..iu whichr, arena, where, llndiiift no escape, it sprang upon ,V the Imllalo's neck, llxing its L" hhouldor, and hi ii- manner. It was. however, ,'almbi.ti despatched, galloped lound sure, .dropping.., from its jaws, V stopping, J t II madiloiied fiirr. A Mtrmll- next ground, plunged .forwardi tawnnU'i thb rbinocc- TllM 'ft it I I llu Illlrill 1. _il its bend to mp if about to 'start from their wiokcPi.'' lu wary antagonisfttirnod'to'nvold 'thu'-iihock of this furious ehnrgo; nnd jiut gnzml of' iho bnllalo with born, ploughing skin but doing no serious ttiil snortodjiko u wild hog, nnd o tu-mklo with evident expressions Iho butlalo repented tbo charge, biirf of it's lorns coming in contact ibonldor, which, however, thick a mail-that iression. Thu struck, plungod iu hum with wondurful'activity- Hid rtrongth into the the. and. penetrating to its it lie gored body from thu ground fliid hu (Ikancb of sevend thibaiiglbd'' inimal almbst instnntl; ..Tlio 'ictor tomained with n look of Htern bntthir doop of hin.oVu )w trottcil, into it., and began been thrown to him as u rowa'ril forbis conduct in uiu-qiinl n
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