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Galveston Flakes Semi Weekly Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 24, 1867, Galveston, Texas <55j away v a it a it hemp a week in f a a 1lry it r a let. A a a a vol j a is a s.ail\cftj,s- 11 Quot a a Quot s of tl5it i t or Quot i i it a a a a amp a it wet fld or a 7 pros. Vol. . Saturday morning August 24, 1867. To. 39.teleg1aphic. Lase of Watcil i ifs dispatches i log Cuta a. August 19.heavy showers of rain yesterday but Clear to Day. Sof Artas heard frown the recent rain have done no Herious damage the the crops. Ponisi Orabie feeling is caused by general Popes order no. 49, and his letter to Grant. It is believed to have injured the cause of re construction. The press Are agitating the Call of a state convention for the purpose of making an organized Effort in opposition to reconstruction tinder the tin Litara Bill a number of papers Are in favor of calling a convention county meetings Are being held in Alabama to elect delegate., to to conservative convention to be held at Montgomery in the 4th of september the Corn and Cotton crops in Alabama arc better than in former years. The yield of Corn is in Jocose and the Cotton Prospect flattering. The worm a As yet excites but Little Applebe Eskra acid time from Texas Louisiana and Eonta. Era Mississippi Are visa Lrons Worms and overflows half the crops. I judge 3. W. Chix a prominent citizen of Sumter county ga., was murdered by a party of freedmen five of a Hota were arrested by the military and imprisoned a it Macon four of whom confess to a participation in the crime. Radical or Jse Jab i attn organizations Stab listed in every City 7mu town throughout the South preparatory to conducting a vigorous Campaign in favor of reconstruction under the military Bills. A new Yore aug. -20.Stock Dull and 405 per cent. Gold 141a. Starling time 9i�9u. coupons 30j flour firm for old Hiravy for now. Wheat Anict and Fine. Corn a. Better. Oats Dull and reclining. Pork $ 23 25. Lard . Cotton quiet at 28�c. Turpentine easier at., 58i@c9c. Rosin unchanged at 414c. 1 Dover ,.aug 20.eleven Persona started for an Island in Bon Lake to pick berries. The bout capsized a is females drowned. \ Bah Francisco August 20.the sacramento., Abr Panama of hoses out $287,000/ it in to anally ii shipment for the past two years. Grain and wheat is still coming in freely indeed. Troubles in Idaho and Arizona continue. Wilmington aug. 19.Tho registration in. The first Ward to Day Wero 58 Whites 213 Blacks. Tho Board of registration re sueing to allow lawyers and Many others to Register who Are almost unanimous Ely considered entitled to registration. Chari Iton aug. 19.registered 400, of whom 279 were Blacks. A weather hot and dry Tho crop accounts daily score encouraging. A a Angalet 19.general Blunt of this District has been relieved and colonel a. W. Moore of tb6 burial it Rpy appointed to the place. Tho Buas of Ono Iron red and fifty thousand dollars was received Here to Day to pay Tho expenses of registration in the state. New Orleans aug. 20.twelve deaths from yellow fever on sunday eleven yesterday. Cholera a couple of cases daily on the average. Aat new iberiala., there has been41 death a Cioce Tuo appearance of Tho disease out of a population of 400. A a Aizak ton. Aug. 20.registration in 4th a urd continued ,85 Whites and 60 Blacks. Total for two Days 143 Whites 281 Blacks. Weather Clear and warm. Plantations on the Cape fear River Are again overdo a cd greatly damaging crops Columbia h. C., aug. 20, Hundred and two register�?42 Whites and co col ored. A a a a. Acci Cota aug 20.weather hot and. Cloudy. It positively stated Thath. S. Fitch United states District attorney will at Tho nest term of the United court for Georgia. Prosecute for perjury the Southern loyalists who it is alleged have taken the tint oath contrary to Law Tod facts. New York aug. 20.�?-Tbo commercials specials say that a a Grant a of. Tho War depart Mentis astonishment by his rigid Economy trend dismissal of super . A lateral Revenue receipts to Day two Hundred and Twety three thousand dollars. Net Yoke aug. 20.arrived, steamship Arizona from Aspinwall san Salvador and Wyoming from Savannah. of the a iii acc take Ujj Neearis office Washington aug. 19,1807 Gosewi. Obdens no. 77. 1st. The following have been received from Tho president executive mansion. Wasni Mioton aug. 19,1867. J major general George b. Thomas is hereby a a signed to the command of the fifth military District created by the act of Congress passed on the second Day of March 1807. Major general w. A. Handcock is hereby assigned to the command of Tho of the Cumberland. The Secretary of War and interim will give the necessary in earn Tiona to carry thut order into effect signed Ahdrew Johnsoh. 2d. In Purs Tianco of the foregoing order of the president of Tho United states major general g. H. Thinas will on receipt of Tho order turn Over his present command to the officer nest in rank to himself and proceed to How Orleans la., to relieve major general p. H. Sheridan of the command of the fifth military District a /. 3d. Major general p. In. Sheridan being relieved from the c6mmand of the fifth military District by major general g. H. Thomas will proceed to fort Leavenworth Kansas and will relieve major general a b. Hancock in Tho Elia mad Oxx the depart sent of the Missouri. 4th. Major general w. S. Hancock on being re loved of Tho command of Tho department of Tho Missouri by major general p h Sokir Iclyn will proceed to Loui Evillo ky., and will assume command of Tho department of the Cumberland. 5th. Major general g. H. Thomas Voll Continuo to Ese Cuto All orders he May find in Force in Tho fifth military District at Tho time of Hia assuming command of it unless authorized by the general of Tho Amy to annul alter or to modify Thorn. Ctr Sheri than before re 17. The it Osta quote Ca Init a be commenced at an Lieving major general Hancock will report in person at these Headquarters. By order of general Grant. E. D. Townsend adjutant general. A new of iveans aug. 20.Cotton sales c5o Bales firm Low middling 26ia receipts for three Days c45 against. 611 exports same time 3125 sugar no sales of importance fully fair Louisiana 154@15a Cuba no. 12, Boses 12fcc. Cuba molasses variously quoted 49@55c flour asking Advance no sales us Perhne $8 75 Corn Dull Light Stock White mixed $110@112a.joats firm,70o pork quiet and firm at $26. Lard quiet jobbing,>14ie. In barrels 14jc. Pierces 14@lcc. In kegs Gold 140@140a Sterling 153@155 new York sight 4 Premium. New Yoke aug., 20.�? Cotton o Shade lower. Sales 1000 Bales 28@28. Flour firm a Southern $10 50@s14 other descriptions unaltered. Wheat term and quiet a White Southern s2 50. Corn Active and firmer mired Western is 12@1 13j. Oats heavy. Lower Southern 81�91. Pork mess $23 @$30. Lard firm. Groceries quiet and steady. Naval stores unchanged. Freights heavy. The posts financial says the loan Market is still Over supplied stocks Dull and drooping governments hardly sustained Well Light new Yoes aug. 20.Money closed easy at former rates Gold declined under official contradictory reports of Treasury frauds and closed at 141j. Cash Gold plenty and Loans made Flat foreign Exchange Dull and inn a Tive 109u�109. Government securities Lell off close on account of reported decline in Eastern markets. Stocks generally better at close. Quot new Yolk aug 20.the Steamer Arizona,., from Aspinwall brings�?T$9445 California treasure. A construction of oceanic Railroad will Early Day. A general get Erie president of Colombia reached Panama from England on his Way to u. S. Steamer so Issue Hannah arrived at Aspinwall. At the Barbados Miles 132 pounds of Gold were taken out in three mining in the Interior of Cania has been very Sucee is Fol. A Battle occurred at Kio Pocha Bette Cibb a and of columbian governments Vitia out result two Hundred killed and wounded. Official relations Between Peru and Brazil Are interrupted. A general Harvey american minister opera has gone to Chili it is believed with the of. Jet of facilitating negotiations for peace with chilian minister returned from Peru showing the Best relations to exist bet Ween the two govt Rai tents. The port of Pisco near the Chincha i Lucas has been declared open. A decree Wab issued 22d of july prohibiting Entrance by spaniards into Spain. Australian advices june 1st, say a most de Vasti iting calamity had visited the Colony. A live Days storm had flooded the country and carried Hundred of houses away thousands of live Slock destroyed crops ruined and Many lives lost. Hundreds were rescued from the tons of Trees haystacks and roofs of houses. Numbers were almost starving horseless and naked. Four schooners were wrecked and several seamen drowned. The Cotton crop at Queensland is Large Over 200 Bales have already been shipped. New zealand advices to the 9th of july say heavy gales have caused the wreck of several con amp Tere. No lives lost. The British soldiers will soon have left Auckland. A Washington August 20.�? a letter has just been received from the Hon. J. H. Keagan a announcing Hia Pardon. He regards negro supremacy in the South Fig unsuitable. New Yoke aug. 20.stocks heavy. Money a 4 s 5 per event Gold 140g. Sterling time 9j @9u, sight 9&@10j. �?Tg2 coupons 13�. Virginia Sites new Issue. 50j. Cotton Dull at 28@28ic. Freights quiet. Turpentine �5$. Denver pm aug. 21.election returns show a ii publican majority in both branches of the territorial legislature Washington aug. 21.regarding statements thut Gen. Magruder was disrespectfully treated at Tho new York Stock Ese Hange Mugruder publishes a card. He never was at the Stock Ese Hange Don it know where it is. Mccurl Loci writes to the assistant treasurer at new York flatly contradicting recent statements of Treasury August 21.All the official journals declare the peace of Germany As now secured. London August 21.it is stated that Gen eral Prim still Heads Tho Spanish insurrection and is supplied with funds by Paris Bankers. Or Minooi August 21�?evening.�?, Cotton has declined l-16@ad. Middling Uplands 104d. Orleans 111-Lgd. London August 21�?noon.Bonds 73j,other unchanged.liyeeroox., aug. 21.noon�?Cotton quiet. Sales 8,000 Bales and provisions quiet and steady. St. Laurent arrived. Shaugh Ai advises say Tea is very Active and the new crop going off rapidly. Be kick aug. 20.Tho prussian government decrees free Trade in Salt London aug. 21�?2 73l Consols 942. I. Liverpool aug. 21--2 of clock Cotton rather More Active sales will reach 10,000 Bales. New Youk aug 21�?Cotton a Shade lowest quoted at 28c. Gold 141 Money 4�5 per cent. �?T62 coupons 13 j. New ogee and aug. 21.Cotton Dull sales 350 Bines Low middling 2cjc. Sugar and molasses nominal and unchanged. Flour holders firm superfine $8 g0�9 00 treble extra $12 50 Chico $14 00. Corn quiet is 12�1 15, whole range.1 Oats quiet and firm 75c. Pork quiet and firm $26 00 Bacon Shouldiers Clear 18c. Lard jobbing 144@14ic, in pierces. Gold 139201,40. Sterling 53055. New York sight i Seton aug. 21.the Post master general Lias ordered the mail route Between Vicksburg and Mobile to opened for Competition the contractor having forfeited it. The route is 37g Miles twice a week in Good boats. Signor Marcella Cerrati the. New italian minister has arrived. Half a dozen Volunteer officers ranging from captains to colonels have been mustered out to Day also two chaplains. A general Howard has had no intimation of his reported removal. Tho ref we a informed Howard View that he daring a recent inter had heard nothing of it. The Quot president visits the Baltimore so Hutzen fest to Morrow. According to the official returns of the Kentucky election Helm beats the Radical candidate 56,000, the third party 74,000, and majority Over both 43,�?T000. The business portion of Plattsburg n. Y., is Sci lies refusal to obey the executive order restraining him from interfering with the processes of the supreme court was discussed in cabinets esterday. Ther Isrea son in stating that be will be superseded unless he obeys. New you a aug. 21.Money unchanged. Gold closed steady at 141 g Cash Gold plenty. Sterling Dull and inactive at previous rates. Governments closed Dull and weak. Stocks a heavy and declining. Mobile aug. 2i.cottonmarket Flat and Dull with Only nominal figures factors show More disposition to sell no. Transactions today quotations nominally lower., seventy it five Bates changed hands yesterday at private figures. Eleven Ojales of new Cotton received up to Date. Charleston 21.number registered to Day 235, of whom 140 were whiter and �5 coloured. Tion inactive sales 9 Bales quotations nominal receipts l. Bale. There Are renewed reports of the Caterpillar in the sea islands but Little damage done As yet. A a. I Columbia s. C., aug 21.the total number registered is 57�?Whites 35 coloured 22. tse Oto a. Y., aug. 21.the Church Bank two printing offices Twenty five Resi a Trice a iii five s Tores burned. Loss $750,-. 000. New Yobe August.22,�? flour jo015.cents. Lower wheat Dull nominally Luw or Corn slightly favors buyers Oats quiet pork 23i lard and whiskey quiet Cotton. Dull at 28 cents turpentine 58�@c0j Robin quiet. Washington August 22.tn compliance with go no ral Sickles request executive order no. 10 is suspended by general Grant until Gene Al Sickles can give his views on Tho Yobe August �2.Gold 1414. Washington Matig. 22.sicblcu telegraphs to Grant asking Abr the revocation or suspension of the executive instructions suspending his order no. 10 in its application to Federal court processes until sic Ilies can argue the. Matter. 1 Punta Egea fla.-, aug. 22.the Havana and key West Cable is spliced and is working Well. Philadelphia aug 22. Sex president Buchanan is Here very sick. Sam Francieco aug. 22.34 vessels Here re Loam acc with wheat Cost for England. A Siw a of iii a. 22.cokou big Udy Miles 300 Bales at 28c. Floor Dull state $7 500 a i 75 Southern $10�$14. Wheat Dull declined 203c ambre Southern $23005240 White 45c. Western raised Corn 11013. A Oats lower Southern r 8o085ic. Pork. $23 50. Lard 12i@�z3c. Sugar steady at a in fair demand. Other groceries Dull. Turpentine unchanged. Crude turpentine $4 75. Rosin quiet Low no. 2 $4 25. Tar quiet at s3 14. Gold 140-j. �?T62 coupons 134. % Newon cleans aug. 22.Cotton unchanged. Sales 40 Bales. Low middling 25c. Receipts 61 Bales Sporta 1033 Bales. Flour quiet. Common s6 50 Trible estra $11 85. Corn in Good demand holders claim 10c Advance. Sales of White mixed at $1 20 mixed yellow and White in lots at $1 17a01 25. Oats in fair demand at 70c. Bacon Light Supply. Holders ask 134014c for shoulders and 18c Abr Clear sides. Lard Choice in kegs 14$c. Gold 140. A Sterling 53055 new York sight i Premium. Yellow fever of a very virulent Type prevails at Corpus Christi. Sheridan has not complied with the request of the City Council to remove certain officials declared by the Council to be ineligible under the reconstruction acts. Special order no. 122, annul la certain con tracts awarded by the late Council and declares the same to be null and void and the City of new Orleans released from any obligation resulting therefrom. The yellow fever deaths from the 19th to this morning As reported to the Board of health is 37. Washington August 22,Revenue receipts $522,000. The president and Grant refuse the Public. Cation of the correspondence relative to Sheridan a removal. It is Well understood that Grant remonstrated warmly. Ii ear Admiral Palmer with the Susquehanna Monongahela and Saco Are at Aspinwall. All Well. Al Moore the presidents Secretary telegraphed to the Baltimore Schuetzer fest that Public business required the president at his Post to Day. All additional paymasters Are to be mustered out to take effect 1st of october. Sheridan telegraphs to Headquarters that yellow fever Lias assumed the epidemic form in new Orleans. Several of his officers Are ill with it the suspension from the War department of orders relative to sick order no. 10, was issued it is said on the 17th. The governor of Washington territory telegraphs the discovery of Kunesh Custable Coal mines. Savannah ga., August 22.the train from Macon met with a severe Accident. The Culvert Between stations 12 and 13 was badly wrecked. The engine passed Over Safe the. Tender fell through throwing the train from the embankment. The cars were crowded with passengers but none were Hurt except the express messenger who is badly injured. The freight express and smoking cars Are a Complete wreck. The passengers arrived at 1 30 p. H. Per Steamer Hunter. The Livingston from new Worls waited Boas to cause no detention to through passengers. Texas maxis.there Aro two regular mails per week Between new Orleans and Texas via Brashear City and Sabine pass about Kovendy five bags Aro sent each trip. In addition to this the steamers leaving by the Rivers about once o week carry mails direct a to Galveston. To learn from1 messes of a Whitney amp co., that the Clinton which bails this morning at half past eight will Lana Ber mails on wednesday night while those going by Way of Sabine pass will not reach Galveston until Friday. There is also an Interior mail route by stages but Only letters and other Light matter can be carried.jst. O. It. Eusy Peai Meg. New Yobe August 20.arrived, Fulton and Paris. Scotia advices to the Lith have arrived. Three regiments in Ireland have been ordered to Canada. Duke Montrose expressed a Hope in the House of Early daily mail communication with the United states official re ports show from january to july sixty three thousand three Hundred and seventy six cases Rand thirty two. Thousand seventy four deaths from cholera in Italy. Sid. By suffered most by Hie Cable. A a Liverpool aug. 19�?evening.Cotton closed with a downward tendency though quotations unchanged. Middling Uplands Loic. Orleans 11 pc. Sales 10,000 Bales. London aug. 19�?noon.the daily news in its City article to Day says Trade is in. Proving and the Money Market firm. Cotton very Dull owing to the unusually Largo receipts from America. No reduction in Bank rates As was expected. Consols 94. Bonds 73 i. A Quot. A v i. A Liverpool aug. 19�?noon.Cotton Dull sales. 8000 Bales. Prices unchanged. Other articles unaltered. London August 20�?2 o�?Tclock.consols, 94 j. Bonds heavy 73j. Liverpool August 19�?2 o�?Tclock.Cotton unchanged. Bread stuffs unchanged. Lard 51. Provisions and produce unchanged. Oats advanced to ils. The City of Baltimore has arrived. A London aug. 20�?e vening.consols closed Strong 94 Bonds 73�. Frank Point. August 20�?evening.bohds 77. Liverpool August 20�?evening.Cotton Market heavy and prices have declined l-6@ a a id i middling up ads i0id. Middling or leans 11 cd. Sales 8000 Bales. Advices from Manchester Are unfavourable. The Market for goods and yarns is Dull with a declining tendency in prices. A Rome aug. 20.the Mission of the United states at the holy see having been discontinued the american legation at this City is closed. London aug. 20.-�ord Monck does not return to England but will remain one year longer in Canada at the head of the new government. A a London aug. 21.evening.Bonds 73g. Live Pool aug. 21.-evening.Cotton closed quiet and steady. Middling Uplands 10d. Orleans lid. Sales 10,000 Bales. A live Pooh. Aug. 21�?evening.Oats 2s. Lid. Lard 51s. 6d. Pork 75s. 6d. Bacon 43s. 6d. Tallow 44s. 9d. A London aug.�?~21,evening.�? sugar Dull at 25s. Go. A Fean Kofoet August 21.Bonds 774 London August 21.parliament prorogued. Queens speech read by a commissioner. Says there is no longer apprehension of a War in Europe. The treasonable conspiracy in Ireland has proved futile. The revolt was suppressed almost without bloodshed by the valor of troops and the vigilance of the police and the loyalty of the people. The Law was vindicated without the sacrifice of human life it refers to a satisfactory postal treaty with the United states and congratulates parliament and the country on the passage of the Reform Bill and the adoption of other beneficial measures. It is reported to Day that the revolt in Catalonia Spain has been suppressed. Florence August 21.italian parliament prorogued. A. Garibaldi a a preparations for a movement t on Rome Are again suspended. Liverpool August 21.an important suit of and Pacific steamship company versus Williams amp Union resulted in favor of the plaintiff with damages of one Hundred thousand pounds. The suit grew out of the Nitro Glycerine explosion at Aspinwall in 1866. brought suit against the. Shippers claiming that they were guilty of deception in shipping Espoo five mixture under a false name thu exposing thereto great loss. The judgment rendered is understood to definitely Settle that the plaintiffs Are entitled to damages and that they cannot recover losses from underwriters but the question whether the present defendants who also plead ignorance of the character of it shipment Are ultimately liable or whether plaintiffs must look to original shipment Hamburg As the originators of fraud goes to higher tribunals for argument and decision. Pakip aug. 12.semi-official press by of this City declare that the conf rence of the emperors at Salzburg insures Long peace for Europe. Another gathering of sovereigns is expected Here. _ it is reported that Victoria and Francis Joseph will meet Napoleon in october., London aug. 21.a constantinople dispatch says the Sultan. Has resolved to Lorrn a new Council composed of equal numbers of greek and turkish members. London August 22�?nopn.consolb 94g, Bonds 73. Liverpool August 22�?noon.Cotton quiet steady sales 10,000 Bales. Strong land August 22�?2 p. M.consols 94. Bonds 73�. Liverpool August 22�?2 p. M.weatli�r throughout England Beautiful favourable for crops. Of Eanett it aug. 22.Bonds 774. Liverpool aug. 22�?evening.Cotton closed heavy Uplands declined cd. Middling Uplands 10d> Orleans 114d. Bales 10,000 Bales. A Vienna aug. 22.the Organ of Baron von by ust asserts that a defensive Alliance Hab been formed Between Austria and France. Paris aug. 22.it is said one result of Tho Salzburg conference is that France and Austria will insist of the formation of a South German confederation under Tho head of austrians. The emperors also agreed regarding the Eastern question. V. I Gold disco ebs a pay tras county. or. Cha3. A. Arundel yesterday brought into this City and exhibited specimens of Gold found on his farm which is South a run about ten Miles South to Ion on the Orange and a a Esandrio Railroad. The lumps woo about the size of a pin s head and of being tested Wero found to b Oruro Gold so pure indeed As to Havo the appearance of having gone through Tho refining process the Here about thirty cents Worth was washed out a single hand Ful of Earth which indicate that the diggings. A -,.titerary. Or. Henry White a London journalist of considerable reputation and ability and Tho author of several historical works is about to bring outa. New a history of the massacre Oil st. Bartholomew a based upon a critical a a. Animation of All the printed authorities Kiki an immense mass o f unpublished manuscript a documents and old archives. While it will. Not be a religious history it will contain an account of the Rise and Progress of Tho Huguenots and of the religious wars As Well of the papal and Spanish intrigues which led to the great catastrophe of August 1572. The first part of the second volume of Bishop Percy Soho manuscript will contain an Essaya on the revival of Ballad literature in England in the eighteenth Century a the writer of which will attempt to show How Tho Way was prepared for the Success of the a or Eliques a by the revival in question. Tho third volume will contain a life of Percy by Rev. John Pickford of Alve Burch with a tracts from the Register of Percy a first Paris which Register Percy himself copied and annotated As was his custom in such matters. Or Jaines Smith writes to Tho athon Cecunj from Melbourne thi get the remains of the Lato Charles Whitehead Tho author lie in the Mel Bourne cemetery without any Stone or other memorial to Mark the spot and suggests thac a subscription be started in England for raising a Monument to his memory. Or. White a head was an author of some repute Twenty or thirty years ago the work by which he Best known being a novel entitled a a Richarch Savage a the hero being the Friend. Of Johnson and it is now believed an impostor Gen a a really. V. A a or. Joseph Lilly dealer in old books announces an edition of the famous collection of. Old Black letter Lei lads of flip time of Elisabeth Forn Erly belonging to the Lato a amp a go Darnel the antiquary the Sale of Whoso Library a few years since produced the astonishing sum of seven Hundred and fifty there Are seventy nine of these ballads ail of the highest interest and curiosity Aid the collection which is now in the Possession of or. Frederick Huth of London is supposed to be unique.1 r a a. Kentucky.a Cincinnati paper Public Nea the following in the Vicinity of Lebanon ky., a Lew Days since a coloured girl was sent on an errand to the House of one by throw whose wife was at the time repairing an old dress. After Tho girl had returned Home mrs. By throw Dis covered or rather Thour it she did that one breadth of the dress skirt was missing and the conclusion was at. Once arrived at that mrs. Dorsey a servant girl had taken it. The husband Norman by throw immediately went Over to Dorsey and accused the girl of Tho theft. She denied the charge and protested her innocence in the strongest terms Tho House was then searched from roof to cellar but the missing article was not found. By throw not being satisfied however Quot the Mother of the accused girl offered to the property supposed to be stolen the value of. Which was about 30 cents. By thro w refused her offer at the same time declaring that he a a would take it out of her did no one being present who was Able to resist him he took a plow Lino and tied it to the girls wrists took hold of one end of it himself got on his horse and Rode off at a brisk Trot com Pelling the girl to follow on loot. In this Way he pulled and dragged her two Miles out into the Woods joined by Liis -.brother,"and the two men fastened one end of the rope around the girls neck after havin ? stripped her naked then threw the other end Over the limb Ofa tree Drew her lip go that her feet barely rested on a log which they had placed there and in that position whipped her until they had worn out a in Oceen Green Withes. They took the girl away Ocoro her Home Early in the morning and Sho Dir no. Come Back until late in the evening. Persons a who saw her Hay she was bruised and scar Seil from head to foot. The by throws Woro Day arrested by United states of cow and brought before the District court. This act though one of the most barbarous that robot i abolish invented is not isolated in Tho last two weeks no less than sixteen arrests have been made in that state by officers of Tho Fred men a Bureau of White persons charged with whipping Anil beating negroes. A tei grape jose.Tho red Bluff Cal Independent offers this new to Tho comic Literl thru of telegraphy a. A May irishman called at the Telegraph office Dustin a Tho heavy storm of last week and desired to Send a message to Shasta. Lyon told him to would have to wait a few hours by fore it could be transmitted As the line was temporarily Dis arranged by the storm a a what i Fierens does that Jilie a says Pat. A a Why Tho \7ir� is Down under the water and we have to wait till it is put up a says Lyon. A a under Wather is it ? a said the fenian a that done to Binder it at All. Shure its Only 45 a Ailea from Here to Shasta aha its 5000 Mues Feria Here to Ould Ireland. And Begum i read in the Sacramento Union yester ii a Thole lot no late news from Dublin and Corr a about the Fayn ians and More about Louis Napoleon writing to the of Donahue to Bony the Lori of Bonn s Black Thorn shtick to Bate pm Baldy and restore the Poap. And that Kom All Tho Way anther Wather so it did. To the div ii with yer Ould fresh Wather Telegraph that can to spake 40 Miles. A tennessee.the state of Ceru Aud congressmen elect Are As follows governor William g. Brownlow superintendent of John Jaton. Members of Congress District 1�?b. By a Butler. District 2�?horace Maynard. District 3�?wro. A Stokes. A. District 4�?james Mullins. A a District 5�?john Trimble. District 6�?s. M. Amell. District 7�?i. R. Hawkins g. District 8�?d. A Nunn there is no office of lieutenant governor a. Tennessee. Tiie German lotteb�s.aq order from. The prussian government orders that the lotteries of Hanover on Abrucci and Frankfort on the mail be suppressed after Tho termination of the Recoba drawing of those of this year. The City of Frankfort loses by this step resources amounting on in Srp matk
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