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Galveston Flakes Semi Weekly Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 20, 1867, Galveston, Texas V a seek weekly if by x \ Quot Quot so Tyg it of in also say vol. A Zzz. Galveston saturday morning july 20, 1867. No. 29.telegraphic 1 Esq Chatea picb3 new Youk july 15.�?bacon unchanged. Money very easy. Gold firm at 139g. Sterling firm to Arlo. Governments quiet. Stocks closed Strong. Washington july 15.�?sixty members were present at the National Republican congressional committee. The member Are jubilant Over Tho returns from the canvassers in the synth which they say indicate that All the Southorn states Are thoroughly Radical. To members individually pledged themselves to spare no efforts to Malco Tho Assur Anco doubly Bure. Buenos ayus May 27.�?tlio question relative to Tho value of Gold and paper Money was More troublesome and exciting topic in. Commercial circles. Cholera has disappeared All restrictions imposed on Commerce to be removed in forty Days Tho epidemic Cit ried off 16,000 persons. General a8both,.jjnjted siiitfesjiyiim8tei- id dangerously ill. A Congress had not yet convened for want of a quorum. The feeling in favor of peace with Paraguay a in rapidly becoming uni Verhul. New Youk july 10.�?slocks steady. Money go. Gold 1-lo.j. Sterling time 10 sight 10jj. Flour 10�20c. Lower. Wheat 2@3c. Lower. Corn steady. Mess pork drooping at $22 75. Lard firm at 12@13g. Cotton quiet middling Uplands 2< 6 turpentine drooping at 57�58c, Kosih at $3 g2 tor a common. A new july 1c.�?stocks Dull. Gold 140. 1862 coupons 73 Cotton unchanged ales 900 Bales. Flour Dull state $7 000 12 50 Southern $9 75@17 25, wheat heavy new Georgia Amber s2 75@2 80 White s3 20 @3 25. Corn scarce mixed Western $1 05 a i. 07. Pork s22 co groceries and naval stores quiet. New Orleans. July 1c.�?Cotton firmer sales 1450 Bales Low middling 23@24o receipts for three Days 419 Bales against .050 exports for the week 4308 Bales. Sugar and molasses quiet mid unchanged. Flour quiet super Iuo i Jap 75�11 00 double extra �12 00 Choice family $17 o0@lflk8&. A Corn quiet and firm yellow and mixed is 25@1 32 White is 37 @140. Outs firm 9�?~2jc. Hay prime to Choice 27�28c. Pork firm �2-1 75 Bacon in Good demand shoulders 12c. Clear sides 14i@15c dry salted shoulders 11 a. On Landing. Gold 140. Sterling 151@,153i> new York bight s Premium. Tho City currency is Tho absorbing topic All seeming to agree As to its eventual it dem Tiou. Tho liability of the City for its various schemes will bring it Back to Par. It was rumoured evidently speculative that it was Tho purpose of general Sheridan to Issue a a order regarding it but the general declines a interfering with it. Washington july 1g.�?our Consul Octveia Cruz under Date of Juno 28th, writes to the state department that Tho City of Vera Cruz and the Esastio of st. Juan do Ulloa a ire in quiet Possession of the mexican National general . Washington july 1c.�?gen. Grant bus official advices from Custer. Dated july Goth. Detroit july 1g.�?the supremo court decided that Telegraph companion Are not common carriers Aud that conditions heading their Blanks hold in Law whether Tho sender of u message or. Not Tho came from Trio lower court where Tho Telegraph company was cast in damages for an error against which Tho heading disclaims liability. Ravi Pond says to never applied for Tho austrian Mission and would not accept if continued. New Orleans Juno 1g.�?we Havo Havana dates to Trio 3d. Tho bulletin commercial quotes no. 1 sugar at 8.012renin. Exc Haugo on Tho United states 20 discount Loudon 13 Premium Paris Law a Premium. Tho Steamer hero done two and u half Days froth Tampico arrived this morning in Chargo of an acting master of the u. S. Navy. So wan seized by the u. S. Authorities and awaits orders from Tho Treasury department. Her officers report that Gomez had issued a pro Nuu Diamonto declaring Tamaulipas a Sovereign slate. Gomez Aud Orlando and Canales Are raising troops. They had captured Tampico. They utterly ignore the government proclaim either themselves or Ortega. They report that Santa Anna was taken out of Iho Steamer Virginia but Tho mexican Olicer placed his sword under Tho american Flag. Washington july 1c.�?Senate.�?-the Bill relieving certain deserters passed. The priv indent sent a message regarding Tho russian treaty Aud asking for an appropriation to carry it out also Tho convention Between Tho United states and Venezuela providing for u settlement of claims of citizens of Tho United states against Tho government of Venezuela. In executive session in Tho afternoon Indian affairs Scro discussed. Senate adjourned. introduced two Bills on reconstruction Ono entitled a a Bill to enable. Tho inhabitants a of Southern territories to form state . A ordered to be printed Aud referred to the reconstruction gom Mitt. Adjourned. Tho president notified Colfax that Bis veto would he sent in on thursday. Wasiqi Suton july 16, Largo amount of evidence was offered by the Tje Ronco hut wan ruled out. Lewis j. Garland testified that Wei Ehnen told him that to was troubled about i evidence Aud if to had been left Lono it would Havo been different with mrs. Surratt. James g. Gifford heard an officer say to Wichma i unless to More he would hang him. Tho actor .mu.hews, gave -. Testimony by Garsting Booths letter similar to that 1/. Loro the judiciary committee. Washington july 1g.�?charles c. Harris presented his credentials to Day As minister from Tho Sandwich islands. 0151 Ial advices were received opening Tho port of Tampico for Tralo by a decree from a fun Uva. Foit tithes Monroe july 1g.�?arrived, gunboat Peoria six Days Irma st. Thomas West indies no fever. Business Dull. The liar by in is Freo of shipping. The town of st. Kitts has by on destroyed by lire. The Cano to i is p Oil Issue. New Youk continues superabundant. It is impossible to loud temporary employment for All capital seeking Caplin Merit. In Wall Street note s ure unchanged. Gold closed firm at 140 to 140�. Sterling a fraction lov7er, but closed firm. Governments quiet and lower. Stocks a Little lower but no pressure to sell. Treasury receipts $2,333,000 payments ,094,000. New Yoek july 1c.�?flour 10 to 20c. Lower. A wheat 5 to 15c. Lower. Corn pork steady at $22 90. Lard and a whisky quiet. Cotton steady at 26ac. Turpentine 67�58. Eliosin quiet at $5 00 common s3 50 �3 g2i. New , july 17.�?stocks Are generally steady. Goods Dull Aud heavy. Money 5 to co. Gold sold at 40a, now quoted at 40j$. Sterling on time 10�� 10.j. Sight a �?Tg4 109�?Tc5109� now Issue .73 7-30s 1st series 7i others in. Tennessee Sixes g9g. Neva Issue a pfc. A Washington july 16. A late Arizona advices say the Colorado River has flooded the country and Only two building a in Arizona Are no injured. Tho quartermasters warehouse at fort Fuma was destroyed by fire loss $300,000. Tho Arizona mail courier was killed by indians. Augusta july 16.�?ex-gov. Johnson has written a letter in which he advises the people of Georgia not to accept Tho terms of the military reconstruction acts. After reviewing the situation and die terms proposed for the reconstruction of the Southern states he says a i never will approve or consent Toad. Cent the poisoned chalice offered our lips nor will i advise my follow citizens to do so. If permitted to Tuke in View or turn off evils we should Register,., and i Hope every Man in Georgia who can will do so with the View of defeating the scheme for our a predation Aud the overthrow of Republican government. Mobile july 1c.�?sales g50 Bales. Factors claim full rates. Closed firm. Low middling 21 receipts 600 Bales. Charleston july 1c.�?Market somewhat improved sales 91 Bales middling 25c. Arrived steamers Champion and Saragossa from now York Schooner e j Palmer from Baltimore sailed Schooner Lilly Boston Schooner Daniel chaos a Northern port. Washinton july 17.�?persons hero to secure Relief on levee question Are much discouraged. J it is understood that Cotton cases involving the reclamation by Loyal owners was decided i Aist Tho government by the court. The claims will a ibo appealed. Tho amount involved ii three millions of dollars. The number of deaths on the Island of Mauritius is two Hundred per Day and quinine is seventy five dollars an ounce. Washington july 17.�?the veto message 9 Wili probably be delayed. Instead of a form no veto and protest on grounds already argued an elaborate and carefully prepared Quot state paper will be sent in. New Yoke july 17. Firo commenced this morning at North Point Jersey City opposite. Entire loss now $800,000. Still raging not so fiercely. A new Yoke july 17.�?Cotton Active Aud very firm sales 3,000 Bales at 2gj. Flour Dull state s7@$8, Southern $9 g50s17, wheat Dull. Corn scarce firm and unchanged. Provisions quiet and firm. Pork mess $22 Fco groceries quiet and steady. Texas Wool 21c. Freights Dull. Stocky heavy. Money 5@gc. Gold 130�. New Obleanis july 17.�?Cotton sales 1,700 Bales Low middling 23e. To-24c. Receipts a 41u Bales. Louisiana sugar fail strict in prime 15c. No my passes in Market Cuba Stock Light arid held firmly fully fair to Picinie 14c. Molasses Large Stock nominally 47c. To 50c. Flour firm superfine $11 it voice extra $1g 50 to $19. Com firm and scarce yellow Aud mixed $1 25 to $1 3�o White. $1 40. Oats Stock Light 93c. Pork quiet and firm at $24 75. Bacon rib sides 13 in. Clear 15c. No shoulders in first hands. Stock of All kinds very Light. Gold 139-�-Sterling, 51 to 54, new York sight j Premium. New Orleans july 17.�?Tho Consul at Sintiago de Cuba writes to collector Kellogg that no epidemic contagious or infectious diseases prevail in any parts of his consular District. General Rousseau and Ord Are Ira Tho City Tho former on a visit to friends. The common Council has adopted an ordinance providing common schools for the education of coloured children and appropriating sixty thousand dollars for Tho maintain Ance of Tho same. Joint meeting of Tho City Council tomorrow night for the purpose of taking Steps for Tho withdrawal from circulation of the larger denominations of City notes. Mobile july 17.�?sales 150 Bales firm Low middling 21 i. Receipts 8 Bales. Washington july 17.�?mathews�?T evidence regarding Booth s letter was ruled out. Nothing very important transpired to Day. The defence gave notice that they would close its evidence to Morrow. Tho amount of Gold in Tho Treasury is $93,-000,000. The receipts of the internal Revenue to Day is $705,000. Washington july 17.�?Senate.�?mr. Wilson proposed Tho following amendment to Tho no distinction shall be made in Tho United states nor any state thereof among citizens in them in their civil or political rights on account of race or Colury to be printed. A 1 Tho Bill Lor carrying out the convention with Venezuela was passed. A Bill that no person shall be disqualified by la Sou of Raco or color from holding office the District of Columbia was passed by 25 to 5 nays Bayard Buckaloo Davis Henderson and Johnson. Ludic a affairs were discussed up to adjournment. Secretary of Tho Navy submitted a communication showing that Faria gut Aud Goidl Borough Are the Only naval Olli cirs fifty five years in servie.-. Jbutler arose to a question of privilege and made a allegation regarding prisoners. A colloquy ensued upon Baldwin it asking Eldridge whether he 1 expected the to Tuku general oulds statement against the testimony ived statement of Union officers. Eur Didgo believed general Butler himself would not deny that general Ould was a highly honorable Aud conscientious Man. Lymui Liisu laughter on Tho Republican Side Butler remarked Beloi e the War to thought Geu. Ould a highly conscientious Ami honorable Man but when a Man com knitted treason to was. Liko a woman Lallen from virtue ready for any crime Rand from hour no 0110 knew Vait to to find him. Eldridge reminded Bui or that in making that statement he had Lor gotten the eminent men who Hud gone into rebellion Hancock Adams and Washington. one of them had been called a rebel and every one of them had been a rebel continued hisses until the rebellion became a Success. The following was introduced and passed under a suspension of the rules by a strict party Voto that the doctrine avowed by the president that Tho abrogation of the rebel state Bonds by the nation to pay their debts incurred prior to rebellion a at War with the principles of International Law and a Stab at the National credit and opposed to every sentiment of loyalty and pleasing Only to traitors their allies and sympathisers by a whose Agency alone the governments of said states were overthrown. The Senate Bill conferring on negroes the 1 right of holding office was to amended As to include the right to serve on juries. Referred to the committe on the judiciary. A Resolution requesting the president to Issue a proclamation directing All proper officers to prevent the invasion of Mexico was. Referred to the committee in foreign affairs. New , july 17.�?teddy Burns and Charley Cummings fought this morning near Hudson City. Burns won in 20 rounds. Newyl in a july 17.�?the, suit against the new York Central Railroad for extortion in demanding Gold tor fare was decided against the company. It new Yolk july 18.�?Little More demand for Money but Market abundantly supplied at four to six on Call prime six and a half to seven. Gold broke Down to 139a on exaggerated rumours of sales by government. Total shipments of specie to Day $9290. Sterling Dull 10 of 10� for prime Bankers. Governments firmer at the close with increased demand. Stocks closed heavy and lower. New your july 18 a at Tho commencement at Haviland College to Day George Peabody of London and Benjamin Pierce received the degree of d. D. Augusta july 17.�?ex- a Viator b. H. Hill delivered a speech at Atlanta yesterday and takes Deci led grounds against restoration orders military Bills and advises people to reject the proposed terms. Richmond july 17 a governor Pierpont leaves the cd to to Morrow to make speeches in the South Western counties for the re pub a lican party. A Large number of the most prominent citizens Here Are getting up a. Call for to appointment of delegates to the Republican convention.�?---<5��.s Jefferson Davis repeats his speech to the . Jefferson Davis paid a visit to Lennoxville where his son is at College last week and was received at Tho Sherbrooke railway station by a Large crowd of people who cheered him heartily when the train arrived. Several persons entered the train to explain to him the object of tie cheering when or. Davis presented himself on the platform Aud was received with another round of a heeding Oil Trio subsiding of which he replied gentlemen i thank you kindly for this Hearty British reception which i take As a manifestation of your sympathy and Good will., for. One in misfortune it bespeaks Tho True instincts of your Trust you May Ever remain 11s Iree a people As you Are now Aud that under the Union of your provinces you will grow great and prosperous As you Are free. I Hope that you will hold fast to your British principles and that you May. A ver strive to cultivate a close and affectionate connection with the Mother country. Gentlemen again i thank you. Or. Davis then retired within the car. Three cheers More and one for mrs. Davis were then Given and the cars moved away to Ward Lennoxville where he and his family alighted and were made the recipients of a Hearty reception from the crowd awaiting him. 1 Ato is ravages of wild beasts in returns show that in the division of Bhag ule India which includes the Zanthal country one thousand five Hundred persons have been killed by tigers in the last six years. In Assan seven Hundred and thirty three have been killed and four thousand four Hundred and seventy four tigers have been killed by Hunters in the same period. The commissioner a of cat tuck noticing the destructiveness of wild elephants in the Gurjant districts remarks that they roam about in herds from eighty to two Hundred but notwithstanding that a Reward of two Hundred rupees Haa been offered for the destruction3 of each the natives will not and dare riot shoot them. My. And lbs. London correspondent of the Neva York times stumbled across the Prince of Wales and suite As they were trying and examining the arrangements of a Carriage and chair specially designed to give the Princess of Wales her first airing after her painful Aud dangerous illness. The f blowing extract will to of interest to affectionate wives and Dutiful husbands Quot it would by difficult to say to what extent she is endeared in the popular imagination and there Are few people in the country who have not be t her illness As a grief Aud anxiety to themselves. Much has been said about the apparent carelessness of the Prince without i think foundation. A he is extremely fond of her and we May be sure that if he rides and goes to Paris and goes about As usual it is by her most express desire. The unselfish Little soul would feel doubly strip Ellen in Bur illness were to confine Quot him also. Besides she has All the pleasure and freshness of looking for his return. Let us Hope that the Days of her recovery Are rapidly approaching. Sle be amazed hit thu reception Sho will receive. I. Doubt if her Mii Jesty the Queen will to equally pleased. A a judge Havo received a letter from an old texan alluding to the refusal of Tho registration officers of Texas to permit judge c. Watrous to Register. To ays Tho judge was refused because to is a consistent Union Man and As Mich abhors the Radical party that the people of Texas wish to Send him to the United states Senate with another la Ike him that neither of them will be permitted to Register because they can take Tho test oath and would be elected and so the radicals would Havo two votes against them where they aim to obtain two votes in 1 their favor. In our opinion our correspondent hut Quot hit the mail on the o. Thus cd Al i. Noah is probably Tho first Persou who Ever went to sea for tear i being drowned. London july 15.�?baring Brothers amp holing or have purchased the russian Railroad from st. Petersburg to Moscow. Palub july 15.�?benezouzoswhi, who attempted to assassinate the russian emperor was found guilty Aud sentenced to hard labor for life. R m. Rouker declared in corps Legi latiff today that France was indifferent As to German Unity. A a Berlin july 15.�?prussia is building a Fleet for the Baltic. Fean Kofoet. July 15.�?Bonds 77�. Pakis july 15.�?the regatta on the Seine of the Western club from st. Johns new Brunswick was two International prizes. They contended with three. Oxford and two Loudon Crews. Dublin july 15.�?the inhabitants of Tho counties of Mnyo and Connemara District Are suffering from famine. London july ,15. prominent fenian supposed to be general a Well was arrested Here and sent to Dublin. A Man named Silvera claiming to be a citizen of the United states was recently arrested at the request of the portuguese government Aud sent to Lisbon. The american minister demands his release and return to Paris in a portuguese Man of War. Live Pool july 15�?evening.�?Corn advanced go mixed Western 36s cd. Lard 47 �47 6d. London july 16�?noon.�?consols 94$ Bonds 73. Live Pool july 1g�?noon.�? Cotton firm sales 8000.Bales middling Uplands Loed Orleans 10id. Corn 36s. Pork 73s. Live Pool july 16�?evening.�?Cotton unchanged sales 10.000 Bales. Manchester advices Are unfavourable. London july 16.�?minister Adams with other members of the diplomatic corps. Waited on the Saltan to Day. The delegation principally americans now in London also had audiences. The Reform Bill finally passed the House of commons., Florence july 1c.�?reports received hero from Rome represent that the papal government in much to armed by the Pope has appealed to prance for Protection. London july 1g.�?the Reform Bill was read a first time in the Voiiso of lords this evening and the second Reading assigned for monday next. Pams july 16.�?in response to an Appeal from the Pope for assistance against Garibald Dias Napoleon has notified Garibaldi leaders that the defences of Rome will to composed of restored batteries of France. London july 17, 2 o 94i Bonds 724. Sugar quiet. july 17, 2a firmer sales will reach 12,000 to 15,000 Bales prices unaltered. No other changes. New Yoek july 16.�?this morning the Steamer Sylver Stream from Harlan truck a Rock and soon sunk. All saved. London july 17�?noon.�?consols 94. Bonds 72�. Live Pool july17�?noon.�?sales ten thousand Bales. Uplands io3. Orleans 10 j. Bread stuffs produce Aud provisions unchanged. A jugs july 17.�?the Moni eur of to Dav. Auto Fitiles that Chivian Duperu have accepted with certain restrictions Tho mediation of Tho United states in the Spanish War. London july 17.�?reports front Madrid say that the Spanish government had declared martial Law in Catalonia where general Prim had landed. A a the Telegraph Quot from Plymouth reports the Sloop of War Macedonia with a Large number of midshipmen on Board would proceed to Spithead to witness the grand naval review. London july 16�?evenmg.�?consols 9-1.5 Ugar steady at 25@26s. Frank foot july 17�?evening.�?Bonds 7gj. Live Pool july 17�?evening. A Cotton has been somewhat firmer but without alteration in prices sales fifth ii thousand Bales middling Uplands Loid. Orleans Lodi Corn 36. Wheat 13s. A Sale of Paganini a shoe violin a the Paris Figaro announces the Sale of one of the most curious violins Tho musical world Ever possessed. Ii Fanti i Perla Misica will find at no. 9 Rue Vivienne a violin of paganini�?Ts0 which on first sight merely presents tin appearance of a misshapen wooden shoe. The Story thereof is curious. During the Winter of 1838 Paganini was living in a Maison de Sante called los Neo thermes Ruo Delavic Torie no. 48. A Large Box was brought to him by Tho Normandy Diligence on opening which he found two inner boxes acid carefully wrapped in several folds of tissue paper a wooden shoe and a letter stating that the writer having heard much of his Genius begged As a proof thereof that he would perform in Public on a instr mint made out of Liis Sabot. Paganini Felt this to be an impertinent satire and mentioned the Story with Soine annoyance to his Friend the Chevalier de Baride. The latter took the Sabot to a violin maker who with wondrous ingenuity converted it into a musical instrument. The Chevalier insisted 011 Paganini trying the Sabot. He not Only did so but performed on it some of his most exquisite fantasias which fact in the handwriting of the great musician is recorded on a a lip of Papor now to be found a a posted on the Sabot violin for Sale in the Rue Vivienne. A mpr a Mit. Bingham and the Surratt a alack a the Washington correspondent of tie Cincinnati commercial referring to the Surratt trial in a late letter says a John a. Big Liim has been in Washington since Tho trial �?~commence.? i called on him at Liis rooms yesterday find finding the tables and chairs covered and heaped with criminal Law books Quot i asked him if to was not helping the prosecution of Surratt. To replied that he was doing so in a quiet Way to vindicate himself from butlers assault and Tho accusation of having Hung a eau innocent woman that he had already cleared up the Booth diary mystery and he would Clear up everything else before the trial was Over. Or. Bingham does not go to to court room at All but to evidently furnishes All the brains for the prosecution and. Maps out its conduct in every particular. The committee on elections is considering Tho propriety of sending a sub commit too to a. Kentucky to take testimony regarding Tho Eon tested a elect i is a it Congress. A a a pros Seal -. From Tho London mercantile Gazette Juno 20. Foiled in Tho Luxembourg business Prus. Sia has been seeking another quarrel at Tho Hague. It seems that Somo 1 13 a compromised As it is alleged in a conspiracy against Tho prussian government were compelled to take Refugo in Holland. In the late crisis when the relations of France and Prussia were Darker than at present these fugitives kept As near As possible to Tho prussian. Frontier to to ready 1er certain eventualities. Count Bismarck has that by a pact with the German but dated 1825, he has a right to demand the extradition of these exiles. This demand Lias actually been made to the dutch government. The latter Lias however decidedly refused to comply the prussian government having continued to insist upon it and Tho Cabinet at the Hague having resolved not to yield Tho latter has been compelled to order the refugees to quit the soil of the Netherlands. This breach of the hospitality of Hollandia. Wholly duo to Tho pressure of its High handed neighbor. The affair has aroused intense indignation in Holland and has been the subject of interpellation in the states Gene a Ftp. The French press make significant comments on the growing arrogance of Tho court at Berju. Berlin june 25�?evening.�?Tho Semi official North German Gazette of this evening publishes a article in which it combats the explanation Given by. Lord Derby and lord Stanley in reference to Tho Luxemburg guarantee and declares that an Appeal can indubitably be Trade to the guarantee month Zocca Bou of any violation of Tho treaty. It adds a we believe that lord Stanley Enid favored in the. House of commons to represent in As insignificant a Light As possible Tho violation of the principle of non intervention which was a committed in undertaking Tho guarantee. This View alone can explain the statement of the English minister that in the last resort of the House of commons through it right of. Withholding supplies was the judge As it it whether War should be made or not. It is Well known that the British Crown has the right of declaring War. And the parliament finding itself confronted by tar is essentially bound to prosecute it from feelings of patriotism. Front this Point of View the statements made by lord Derby and lord Stanley Are explicable but it is impossible for us to look upon them As seriously meant to to a limitation of the treaty obligation hitherto considered to have been undertaken in a general and extended a very Petit link Case of sixteen years ago last wednesday James Bay then a resident of Pontiac was bitten by a Rabid dog but experienced 110 serious effects from the bite until Ono year from the Day on which be was bitten. He then Felt some symptoms of the terrible disease which soon developed into a most frightful attack. A a for six weeks he was a raving maniac and All Hope of his recovery was abandoned but an Iron Constitution and skillful nursing brought him out from the Shadow of death and he rallied the disease finally passing off. He pursued the even Tenor of his Way until the second anniversary when he was again attacked but with less severity than on the first occasion. The 2gtb Day of june in each succeeding yehajr.be1- 11 the occasion of a hydrophobic fit Tho last of which attacked him one week ago yesterday at Sandwich where he was employed As a Brick maker. Tho 1 usual symptoms were Felt daring the Early part of the Day and Bay requested some of his friends to tie him in order to provent personal injury. Being frightened by his Pei Sonal appearance they refused to do so and he continued at his tto Ork All Day and Ulii Midnight his usual time for quitting. Going to a neighbouring barn a he tried to. Sipeo ii the dreaded attack. After a while his a Coin Anions heard a noise in the barn and Fons ing that it was As Bay had declared went to a his did. An appalling sight greeted them. The poor victim was foaming at the Mouth biting at various objects and to All appearance suffering Trio most horrible agony. Al amp soon As he caught sight of them. With eyes glowing like fireballs and uttering an unearthly yell lie made a Rush for them 2che-party at once retreated leaving Bay alone in the gloomy Hay loft wrought up to the pitch of maniacal frenzy Aud battling with an enemy that no mortal Man can subdue. In one of his convulsions he lifted a portion of the roof completely of which evidently exhausted him As nothing More was heart1, it and when his friends finally ventured to loot. A alter him he was found a a sound sleep. To was at once secured Aud taken to a Safe place where he was kept for several hours Aud when to awoke nearly All traces of Tho previous nights awful experience had disappeared and with the exception of the it produced by his great sufferings rats a amp Woli a a free press july a dangerous , Tho lion Tamer at the circus at Rochester on Tho 4tb, entered the a age where four Lions Are kept to a go through with a performance closing with feeding the beasts 011 raw beef. One of Trio a Imus a Bulky brute refused to go through with his part whereupon the Tamer lashed him with his whip. Trio animal sprang upon him and in an instant had imbedded his ugly Teeth in Whites shoulder raising him up Anil shaking him As a terrier would a rat. Another lion thereupon a Prang of the it enraged beast Afati endeavoured a to pull. It 1 from sir. White. Al he roaring of the Lions and the a tragic App Taranco of the scene in Tho Cage caused great excitement under Tho canvass White was rescued from Tho Cage in a faint pm condition hero were eight Largo, through the front and Divo 011 the Back of the shoulder. Tho Collar Bone was broken As was also the shoulder Blade. The wounds Wero of a terrible nature for the Teeth a the animal were Blunt and the incisions Largo enough to insert a Finger. The lion also clawed him with its Sharp claws cutting open the flesh fearfully. Quot Tho chances for his recovery Aro very slim. Bank of officers of the Batik of England said the other Day that a in All its dealings with Tho United states the Bank Luv never lost a Dollar by an the largest Quot a piece Oil Ever discounted by this Bank was a Bill for .�800,000, and the largest amount in Ono Day was �2,500,000. This was during Tho panic of May. 1800, when Tho whole City of London was Rushim to t aug a
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