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Bay City Press, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1861, Green Bay, Wisconsin Jolni 3L.H-VVC, INDEPENDENT IN All THINGJ-rNEUTBAL IN NOTHING. VOL. II. GEEEN BAY, 31, 10. an Press "I W TOIU.HItKI) KVKKY J O H N D. L A W E TovrriM, Yoar1 In Ailva-ttee.' IIATKH Of AUVEIU'l.SrNIl: (Tttefue (fried w wcste n .'.-71'we.) Stiuiuo one vr'eok, two weeks, 150 thruo Weeks', ovory subsequent week ono year, Business cartls per annum 175 25 8 00 fl 00 ue on i'oarly half column, advertisefriet'tf (ft tiie' rates perscribud SlTSINESS DIRECTORY. D.'AGHY! COUNTY Jvuun and Attorney and Counsellor at Law office on Adams Kt., Green Bay, (f.ntu of Huwn Hcckwltu.) ArroitNKY and Counsellor at Law. Ofllce, cor- ner of Duty and Washington Streets. HUM. M. BKCKWITII. l-tf J. II. 11 OWE NOlWilS. Coi'.v.iKi.i.mts uiul Attorneys at Law, and Solicitors in Chancery. Olllco on Washington Street, in the patent brick at thi; old bridg'.1. JAM. It. HOM-K. WM. II. Nouurs, XKV1LLE BKOMLEY. and Counselors nt Law, and Solicitors In Chancery. Olllcu on SViixlmigkon Street, ill Dosnoyor's ninv JJriuk l.nild'mg. JOHN V. NKVIM.K. -___ ATTOKSKY mid Hrick Block, Washin Wisconsin. VAX IK'KKN imOMI.KV. Olliet: in Desnoyet'H ton Street, Green Hay, The Battle. TOAXSI.ATBII XIIO.M TIIK UKIIM.IX OrSCIUI.I.KK IIV IIUMVKK. llcuryauil solemn, A cloudy column, ThroiiKli 'ho groon plain marching onmul ML'iimiiTlvs.s like ti lablo Vnr Ihu wllil grim ilia- of Iho Iron BIIIIW. Ijjuks IHJHI on t-hu altiiklug grouml, llwiris liunt loml with n kiiflllug soutul; Hwltl liy lliu braists that must boar tlio brunt, Gallups tliu muloi- iiluug tho front; And futtorocl tlwy slunil nl Ihoslark command, Anil Iho warriors, alloni, Imltl 1'ruuil In the blush nf morning (flowing, What uu Urn hill tup shines In lluwlngf "Sou you tho founmn's Imnnors, "Wu lueman'H ymvlngV" "flexl bu wlih your elilhlrun ami wlfcl" Hark ly tiio Iruiiip und thu strlfcl Thrilling they aouml, wlih thoir glorious tone, Thrilling through tho marrow anil thu bonol llrothors, (ind when Ihls lifu Is u'cr. In tho llfu U) uoinu tduUwe niuutoticc'iuorol nor more than ninety per cent, of the par value of such so that tlio said section shall henceforth read as follows: "Whenever, hereafter, any person or asso- ciation of persons, formed for.the-purpose1 of bunking under tho provisions of this shall duly assign and transfer in trust to the treasurer of this State, any portion of the public stocks issued or td be issued by the United States or any State stocks, on which full interest is annually paid, such person or association of persons shall be entitled to receive from the bank comptroller an amount of _ um i iiuu such circulating notes of different.de'nbm- they to J inations, registered and and not exceeding in value the amount of money oivtho United all ;oifculatin_g notes, issued ;liy sncli banking presentee! for redemption tit the office of tlie agent of such'liank.or.bnrikifag association, during the usual hours of business of betweer .the lionrs of ten and three, .o'clock, at a rate of dis-r count, not exceeding three-fourth of one per cent. Sec.' bank or' banking asso'fciation who'ie agpnt shall or refuse to redeem its notes.ocLdemand, as aforesaid, shall, on proof being made to the.-bank comptroller of such neg- lect OT'refusal by :the affidavit 'of; the person who' presented'said notes for redemption or payment, and on depositing, hvhis office the notes so. pvo- sente.dy.be, 'penalties, and be proceeded against in the-same manner, as is n'ow law for'cases'where the circulating notes-off-ahy bank or banking association are .pro- tested foivnonrpayment, unless- the comptroller- shall that there "is a good and legal defepoe-agiiius't'the payment of'such notes. banking1 Banking Amendments lo the woi-dsshall indicate he i ote for or against the approval of this act: and th c IMI- lots so cast shall be canvassed., and returned in thu'same manner as the votes oast foi State om cers arc required by law to be canvassed, alift the Secretary of State shall immediately, on the com- pletion of sai'rT a SUL- tho smoko how liiirk! thu guns, thunder! hifflilhtniiii! Is cleaving asunilorl ou jwal, how they boutr. In thtlr nt f.aw unit Notary I'ublie. Oeonto Co., Wisconsin. Oconto, ATnmxKV and 3. .T. Counsellor Oconto, Oconlo fJu., JAUOI5I. ArroiiNKV and Coimwltor at Gi'eun Bay, Wlrfuonxiit. Olllco in Artvoouto I'.locU. jEWKri1 and Gouiiaullovn at f.au-, Hint Solici- tors in Oliancery, Appluton, Outagiiiiiio C'oiinty, Win. JteHurs; J. It. will pay prutnpt atten- tion to tho colluuting of ulumM, uxniniiintion nf tltliw, nml payment of tuxtM. JOHN JKWBTT. JOHN" nTA. MASS.K. Cl.KltK of Oiroiilt Court, Nntary I'liblio. anil Gen- eral fjonviiyuncer. Wilt attend to tlio colU'ot- ing of inoneya ami tho pnyim-nt ol taxes in Urown, Doni'i tvUwititni.H! mid Oconto Oonntics. OtBco in ISixird's UfW SliWTt. DK.VI.KK in and Stntioiu-ry, School Honks, Minnie Hooks, llailgliiLpt, Window 1'apcr, KlitnkM, Cards, Storo tlie lilnuk, Street. _ from host to host, wlih kindling sound, Tho shouted clrckn round; Frouralruiuly hrcnlln.'s tin) breath! Thownr Is waging, slaughlor rngliiK, And heavy throngli 'ho rockliif! pull Thu Iron death dluo falll Nearer they upun squctru to square It gwa, Thov kneel as ouu man from nank to Hank, Aiut thu llro eonios sharp from Iho tVircmosl raiik, Jfauy a soldier lo the rorlh Is sent, Many a gap of Is rent; O'or the corpse lieforo, thu hliutmosl man, That Lho lino niay not :'all, to tho foarless vnn, To tho right, to tho loft, and around and around, Death whirls 111 Its ihincu on tho bloody ground. Coil's sunlight Is quenched In tho llery light, OV..T Ihu hosla falls u brooding night: lirDthers, God grant, wln.'ii this llfu is nvor. In Hie lll'o to uomo that wu ineel once inoro. Tho dead men Ho untliud In Ihn woHeriiiK blood, And llvlncare Ijlenl In the Mood, And Iho feet, as they ru'iilug ruul sliding Stumble still on tho corpse that "U'lial! CUiirlotLO my last farewell." As the ilylnir man murmurs, ttio thunders "I'll are the guns so Ho! sharp to the I'll give to thv Clmrlotte tliy lust farewell; Hl'jep sol't! 'ieath thlekejjt ileseeiu'.eLh In rain. Tho friend llwni Dirwikiwt, thy side may Illlliorururd, reels light; Dark and moro darUly day glnnnw Into night. Itrotlicr. O.id grant, when this ilfo is o'er, In tlie life to comu that wo meet once more! Mru'd tr> tho hoots go! Thu mlJ'jtiHUs The horsemen iireys hard on tho imiuing Too, Their Llinnder Victory I Teri'or 'in Lho dastanls all, And their colors fall! Victory! Ulns'jd in the brunt of the glorious light; Ami thu day. like a ninqiieri'l', bursts on tho night; anil dt'e swelllnj; ulioral alona, Tho trhiliipli already sweeps tun rolling in .song, Karewell, fallen hrulheis; tlunigh tins life be o'er, There's in whlnh we shall meet you morel at Law, 101 Washing-ton Street, (iwur tlio Court llousti) Chieajro. III., will attend to any Imsine.-M uiitnlMtuil to him front Green IJiiy or tlio lumbering dlstt'ltfta. ___ ____________ GKAVJW. ArrmtXKV and CoiiiiHullor nt r.aw. and SnlloUorin Chancery. Olllco in Dostioyer's Gothic Block, Washington street, Groou Hay, Wis. L'KK DKAI.KIM IN STOVKS TIX-WAIIK heavy and Shelf Hardware. Store on Washington Strei.it, opposite Northern Hank, Green 'Hay, 9-ly M. D. GHKKX HAY, Wisuox.-iix. Ofllco and ruxidonco on Adams streets, second door soutli of Cherry street, (near the I'nst F. K. Wholesale and Uetail dealer In heavy and Slu-lt llnrdwaro, Stoves, Nails, Mill Saws, Ac. Now Store, west sido of Washington street, near warehouse. __ _ SUBRWOOD HOLMES, Wholesale and retail dealers in Groceries, and Pro visions, Hoots and Shoos, Domestics in Kui- plro Block opposite U. S. Hotel. General Election Notice for Brown Co. NOTICE Is hereby given, that at the General Kloution, to bu held in thu several Towns, Wards and Kluction I'rooinots in Urown County, in tht> Stale ol' Wisconsin, on Tuesday sucueoding the lirst Monday, boinit the lll'lli (lay of November next, the following olllcors are to be elected, to A KOVKRNOR. in of AloxandorW. Unndiill: A. LIEUTHN'ANT GOVERNOR, in tlio place of liutlor Tl. Noldu A SECK'ETAKY OF S'l'ATIJ, in tho place of Louis 1'. Harvey A S'i'ATK TUNAS I'KKR, in tho place of'Snmue: )X Hastings: AX ATTORNEY in the plitce of James II. Howe: A BANK CO.Mi'TKOL- in thu nlttcoof C-nysbert Vitu Steenwyk A Si'ATE SUl'ERtNTKNDENT, in tho plnco of Josinli L. rickavd: and A STATE PRISON COMMISSIONER, in the place of Hans C. Hogs whoso several terms of oHiee will expire on the 31st day of December, 186.1. A STATE SENATOR, for tho Second Senate District, comprising the Counties of Brown and Kewatinee, whose term of office will expire on tho first Monday of January, 18U4. A MEMBER OJ' ASSEMIiLY, for thu Assembly Districts, coin- ALBEKT T A I O 11 1? B A K U lias on hnnd, a select Stock of Hroad Cloths, Ciis- slmeres, nml Vostings. Keady made Clothing, VuruUihlng Goods Store on Witslilng- ton Struot.folirth door North ofD. Butler's store, Grown Hay, Wisconsin 0-tf M.P. LINDSIjBYi ATTOHSBY and Counsellor at and Solicitor in Chancery. Office in liaird's new building, Vino Street, Green Bay, new Wisconsin. J. F. LOY. t-Y and Solieitor, Umpire Hlock, Washing- ton St., opposite the U.S. Hotel. Legal instru- ments of every ilracription executed, and col- lections made in uwry of Wisconsin. Oflloo 8 to A. M.. and 'i to S> r. M. BAY, Donu On., Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Notary 1'ub- ilo and yistr.ict Attorney for Door Co., State of 'Wlsceanin: will ftttond to the payment of 'I'n.xes, Profession. properly belonging tu JOSEPH HARRIS. Cowsrv TBBASUiiuit of Doois Co., nml Notary Public and Land Agent, Sturgeon Bay. Door Co. Wis. Prompt attention will lie given to tho Payment of Taxes, Drawing up of Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages and Redemption of Lands itold fop Taxes; Land Warrants Located; I're- promptly aocurod. Gov. Lands In iDoor County in Mnrkot to Settlors at 50c. nor jncro. Graduation Laud Claims veil up at my olllcc. "If Ot1' HCItOOTjS, in the several bnncrintundent Districts, as determined by the County Board of Supervisors. COUNTY SUPERVISORS, in the I several Snporvisor and such OTHER C'Olj'NTY OFFFCBUis as.arj )jy law required to be (ilected at such elec'tton. At tlio same election the question will be taken upon approvitl by the people, of tlie ainend- ments proposiid to tlie Creiicrnl Hanking Law, by Uiijjtur i'12 of the Goneml of 1861, ns by Chapter 1 of the General Laws of tlie B.ltra Session of us follows CHAPTER 243. As amended by Chester I, Extra Session. AN ACT to amend tho General Banking- Law, and the several acts amendatory thereof. ffltn People of ike Slate of Wisconsin, represented in Senate and Assembly, do en- act an follows ;c. 1. Sec. 23 of chap. II, of the K. Statutes with the (hereunto belonging amendment, (see cliap. 98 of the General Laws of is hereby amended as fol- lows: by striking out the following words: Said stocks to be valued itt a rate to' be estimated and governed by the average ruto at which said stocks have been sold in the city of New York, within the next Six months proceeding the time when such stocks may be left on deposit with tho By striking out the words "equal and inserting after the words "not the words "in value." By striking out the following words: "but such public stocks shall, in till cases, be, or be made to be equal to a stock producing six per cent, per annum; and it shall not be lawful for the Bank Comptroller to take such stock at a rate above its par value, nor above its current market value in the city of New York at. the time of deposit, bv such person oi1 as- sociation" of persons, and by inserting in lien thereof the following: "and it shall be lawful for tho bank comptroller to is- sue for public stocks which have been public stocks assigned and transferred as and tanking assp- aforesaid; audit shall be lawful for the i 'ixdeeni its circulating-; notes' bank comptroller to issue for public stocks.! as nowiprovlded by law, but in.' .case of which liave been ranging- at or.above par: neglect or refusal to redeem its notes on during the last six months, and up to the presentation at its counter, and of pro- time of deposit in tho Now York market' test therefor, such bank or banking asso- circnlating notes up to the par value of; elation, if riot located -within the city of said stocks, but the Comptroller shall not i Milwaukee or the city not issue for public stocks ranging below par be liable to'the holder of such notes for in said market, more circulation than 90 j damages: Provided, It sliall_ within fifteen per cent, of the current market value of said stocks at the time of deposit, nor more than ninety per cent, of the average market value during- the last six months; and for such stocks as during the last six months have been at and above as well as below par, the Comptroller shall not issue more than ninety per cent, of the average value during the last six months, nor in any event more than ninety per cent, of its market value on the daj' of de- posit, nor more than ninety per cent, of the par value of such Provided, that it' in the opinion of tlio Bank Comp- troller, together with the Governor and the Secretary of State, any stocks offered shall be deemed insecure, they shall not be received as such securities nuclei- the provisions of this act. And fur- ther, that from and after the fii-st day of December, ]861, the Bank Comptroller shall not receive as security for circulat- ing bank notes, any other public stocks than those issued by the State of Wiscon- sin and tho United States." Sec. 2. Any public stocks described in the preceding section, and issued at a rate of interest less than 5 per cent, per annum to be receivable by tho bank comp- troller, shall be made to be equal to stocks producing- five per cent, per aivmim. Sec. 3. Section 40 of chapter 11 of tho Revised Statutes, is by inserting- .between the words and in the 19th line of said section, the words "or to the judge at chambers." See. 4. Every bank and banking asso- ciation now organized in this State, and all bunks and banking associations, that shall be organized before the first clay of j as employed in legitimate December, 1861, except such banks and banking .at'tlie place where the bank is it is hereby declared that tFic bonds deposited with the bank comptrol- ler shall not bo considered a.; any evidence of the existence of capital in any such bank or banking- association, nor of the amount and extent of such capital; and it is hereby made the duty of the comp- troller, before issuing any more circula- ting notes to any such bank or banking association now organized, or that shall be hereafter in exchange for mutilated notes, to satisfy himself by an examination under oath of an officer tockholdor of such bank or banking- days, after receiving notice from the comp- troller to pay the .same, redeem said notes in the lawful money of the United States, with interest at the rate of fifteen per cent, per annum, Provided, That the offi- cer or officers of such bank or banking association, so neglecting or refu- sing to redeem its notes on demand, may endorse upon the bills or package of bills so presented, an acknowledgment of such presentation and refusal, and waiv- ing- protest lipon the same: and such en- dorsement shall be held as evidence of the statement therein made SKC. 13. No bank or banking association shall hereafter receive upon the deposit of bonds, circulating notes to an amount exceed ing. three times cash capital actually paid in, and the bank comptroller is'hereby authorized and re- quired to ascertain what the actual cash capital of any bank or banking associa- .aticm applying for circulation, except in .exchange for mutilated bills, may bo, and for this purpose he is authorized to exam- ine any person on oath, and to compel an- swers under oath, from any officer or stockholder of :any bank or banking as- sociation so applying-, or any other per- son. SEC. 14. No bank or banking associa- tion shall hcrcivftor bo organized in .this State, nor fjlifill any more circulating notes be issued to any bank -nr banking associ- ation in'this' State, unless said bank or banking association shall have a tcmafidc cash capital of at least fifteen thousand dollars actually paid in, which shall re- main in..such b kee'or Madison, and also the circulating notes Of other 'bariks iii such under such rcg-ulatioris'as .may be agreed upon, and to employ such agents and clerks as they may deem necessary to carry oir the -business of snch'; common a'gciicy but nothing in this 'section core- taincd shall authorize the -redemption .or purchase by stich' agency of any- cir- culating notes at a rate of discount great- minister oaths; Provided, That nothing n this act contained shall be so construed is to pel-mil! any bank to issue circulating notes if any.greater amount than its nom- ual capital. SEC. 15. From and after the first day jf December next it shall not be lawful br any bank or banking er, broker, company or corporation, to cir- culate or attempt to circulate, or to pay as money, any bill, note or other evi- lence of de'bt, issued or purporting to lave been issued by any bank, banking association, .company, .corporation or in- Vividual located or residing .out of this said note or evidence of Jebt shall, for the last six months prcced- out, have er than is herein nor relieve such banks from any duty or. liability re quired qr imposed by this act.. ng such circulating or paying o been'redeemable in tho city of New York or Bos- ton in current money of ttc United States, at a -of discount not exceeding three-fourths of one per the decision of the bank.comp- iroller as to tho rate of such discount shall be fintvl and conclusive. Every bank or banking as- sociatio'n, bnnkor-or broker, corporation or com- pany, offending, the provisions of-this, section shall each and every offence the surd of one hundred dollars, to be recovered with costs of suit in the name'and' for the use of any the same and prosecute such suit togndgment in any court having cogni- 'Sec.- iG Ela'c'fi artd every person owning or hold- ing'stbck in any'b'ank 'or' Banking association, -who shall sell, tranter or assign his stock or any por- tion thereof, in any such "bank or banking asso- ciation, shall-be held, ami'remain for tho term of six.mor.tlis from and after srioh oV assignment, as liable to the amonnt-o.C. stock so as aforesaid sold, transfered or assigned by him for. the payment of all the debts 'and liabilities 'of such bank or banking as- sociation, sale, trans- fer ori.assignmcnt.. Sec. 17. Thistact shall take .effect and be in force (rpm and after the.' first day of December, eighteen hmidred and All acts of parts of acts conflicting with, oc in any way contravening the proTisions of. this act, are hereby repealed. Sec; 19: At the-general Election .to be.held on emergency- does not remember the wretched stories of soldiers sleeping in the mud, without blankets or tents; marching with bare and bleeding feet over the frozen ground; freezing for lack of sufficient and good clothing; ill-fed, ill-clad, only not' faint-hearted? Who does not remember that while the sick and woun- ded perished at Scutari for lack of medi- cines and bandages, immense stores of these articles were rotting, "red tape not seven miles away, under custody of certain officials who dared to deliver them only on orders "from Eng- Who does not remember the "job- bing" of contractors, iri which some of Englands great names .proved to be con- cerned the official routine which bound everything with 'that fatal "red which was stronger than many chain ca- bles; tho .millions paid out by the nation, for which the army received no benefit> toe long series of blunders in which pri- vate rascality seemed joined with official bring defeat :and humilia- a'tion upon the British flag? It needed a whole year of vigorous ef- fort tb set matters even moderately straight with the army in the Crimea. It .was out of this bitter England and the world experience that got the watch- exhausting wai prepaiatrons, would weigh down our industiy as it does that of the people of Europe to-day appropriations for the" war purposes for the present yeai, when she i6 it with all the woild, amonnt to over cue inous outlay is necessary only because she has an ambitions and linsertrptilotM? neighbor It was to prevent such evils on this conntinent that our wisest men took measures to'acquire for the Union those territories which disappointed politicians Jare now striving to rob it of. r' To all great national movements', a tain proportion of swindlers and .incapa- bles inevitably fasten themselves, like, .barnacles On a clipper's bottorriv BtfC KkiS? caipot rand but of all good citizens'to -She discov- ery and removal of such1 But it is not less the part of every patriot to discharge the ciroutelnOii' Af1 vagii'e ana- sweeping charges against the constitu- ted authorities. To expose specific in- stances of-misrnanagement and lo push them home to their authors, and' arraign these before an indignant public are acts worthy tlie Best efforts of the press aud of all public spirited men, and affords valuable aid to the gov- wholesale charges Of offi- cial or can; have only the mischievous- effect of weakening" the nation's confidence'in: those who :ad- minister the government, and whose first interest is to see that no harm befalls the public. They dampen the nation's ai'dor' and lessen its hope of great- er mischief cannot be done by oiir worst enemies. A WOMAN OF GOOD follow-' ing very happy and (Squally true sketch' is from the London Quarterly Review: You sec this lady turning a cold eye to tho assurances of shopmen and the reoo- mendation of milliners. She. cares .not how original a pattern may be.- if if be' ngly, or how recent a shape if it be awk- ward. Whatever laws fashion indicates, she follows a law of her own, and is nev- er behind it. She wears very beautiful things which people generally suppose to- be fetched from Paris, or, at made0 by a French milliner, but which as often are bought at the nearest town and made up by her own maid. Not that her cos: tumc is either rich or new; on tho contra- ry, she wears only a cheap dress1 but it- is always pretty and many an old- but it is always good. She deal's in rib" confusion of colors, nor does she effect a studied sobriety; but she either refreshes you-with a. spirited or compo- ses you with' a-judicious'harmony'.- Not a scrap of tinsel or trumpery ap- pears upon her. She puts no faith in vel-: :vet bauds, or gilt buttons, or twisted' cording. She is quite aware, however, that the garnish is as important as the" idress; all her inner borders- and border-: :iiigs are delicate and should anything peep out which is. not' intended to be seen, it is qiiite as much so as'that- which is: After all, there'is'rib great art either in her fashions or" her The secret simply consists in her know- ing the three grand unities of own her own and her own points. And no woman can dress1 well- who does not. After this we need nob- say that whatever is attracted by tlio costuhVe vvill riot be disappointed in the wearer. She inay not bo handsome'ri'or. accomplished, but we will answer. fbrV-h'er being even well informed', tH.br- oughly arid a complete lady.- cated the cilies-of Milwaukee--and! Madison.-, shiill redeem', and'pay on in.the .lavrrul. word "nut the rieht man in the right snau sen. tranter or assign ins SIOCK or any por-; vvului 1JUI a tion in any snch bank or banking asso-; place and the war was nearly at an. end before the abuses were stopped which called out this cry. Let us'have patience then.- H w'fetched. self-seekers here have looked only to-'fill :their purses at the 'expense of our armies and of the -nation, it is a thing: not with- out precedent. Not that this makes stfch acts loss that'we are to strive less' anxiously to- 'prevent 'abuses. But let us not lose courage because-a few men will bo thieves. Let us not despair if abuses arc not cured-at once. Let us not lose this new and cumbrous machinery will not -run smoothly at the This'is the drawback we. pay for our- long .enjoyment: :of :the: blessings of peace; And we may be. sure, that if through discontent at the slow .progress, of "a'flairs; we could.be brought t'o-consent to the destructioniof the'TJniou, .such: as our enemies seek to.force1 upoiv.usy ten -arid twenty years f'rdmuo w .the. mach bt' war wo-nld.rn.ii -smoothly enough with us, .and tlifcnvse .of a. standing army ..and of holding_______ _.. of all officbrs rccniir'od by'law then to be elected, the shall become a law and1 go into effect, or in any manner be in force, shall be submitted to the people, and-'if tbe samp shall. bo approved bv'a majority 'of all .the. v.dtes .cast on the shrtlT'go'ihto it shall not go'mto.eircct.nor "he in.forco.. 'Sec. 20. Tlie votea'.cast on the'subject spccm- ed.in the 'last proceeding' 'section 'shalV-bc ;by. 'soparato- ballot, and shall hayo written print-, or cvnft imrtljntvinlua, or. each nf tlicic, t.hc words: Amendments to tile Well, that's always the way witlrthe' telegraph folks 1" exclaimed Mrs. Mellow, "the good' news'they send' xis one day is pretty' sart'airi to be contradicted'ttie'rieit. Why, there's our Shute, who got a story as hbw her husband had' been killed in one of the battles, and the day after it was all npsot, for it proved to be another man! Gin me the old mail- stage arter continued Mrs: 'twas sartinl" -----------1 RAVAGES OP'WILD BEASTS IN !ring 1859 and 1860, 15 men, 5 women, and cnfFiJfeii Were killed by the wild1 beasts of the jungles of flic PtVnjatiTviii. .northwestern Indiay principttMy by wolves; and 51 men, 3 women, and 114 children were injured During these two years 41 tigers, 365 leopards, 531! bears, 32 hyenas', and 3-, 254 wolves were killed1', for which the government paid ru- pees as rewards. correspondent of the Courier des: Stats- Unis contradicts the statement published in several the effect that Geri. Beauregard is of Canadian descent. According to'the writer, the General is a grandson of the i French Baron de Beatiregard, while his mothe'r is' a descendant of the Italian du- cal family of Keggi'o. ------------1 A process has beeri invented for an im- provement in the manufacture of iron'and steel during the operation of puddling. A small 'quantity of gold is introduced, which diffusion throughout the'.mass, is' said to confer extraordinary advantages. The process' is to be.appliedtb the-man- ufacture of'artillery, ships, plates, anchor cables, and all those portions of railway plant in which.tcnacity is most- essential. Col. Duncan McEae, of ;the: Sixth North who was killed at Bull United States minister at Paris under the Pie'rce Administration, and af- terward "the opponent of the lato G-.OV. Ellis as an advocate of the public land- distribution policy. jie'plie'w of Louis Kossulh is-Adju- of tlie.'Kansas'Volunteers.'-
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