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Galveston Flakes Semi Weekly Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 5, 1867, Galveston, Texas R>/7 Semi Wegelt Ken by �?.idbv i Quot Kay 7 0 Axxe a Ltd Kyo vol. A Galy Estoni wednesday morning june 5, 1867. No. 16.telegraphic. Associated Prena dispatches. I Washington May 28.�? a Omaha dispatch reports a Light near Pirio Bluff Between Tho White men who Are engaged in cutting Railroad ties and Tho indians one of the former Aud ten of Tho latter killed. General Joseph e. Johnston was in this City to due and left for Baltimore. Tho president and generals Grant and Thomas Hud u prolonged interview to Day. The Cabinet session afterwards continued until 2 o clock. The presidents no Minoo for austrian minister having been rejected by Tho Senate to appointed John Hay charge do affairs. The Revenue receipts to Day were $430,000. Ban Fiu Cisco may�?~25.-Tho Steamer Sierra Nevada has arrived. , May 17.�?Tho american settlers Are leaving main Teliin and pros Ida the Cotton crop having failed for the lust three Yeats advices from Liberal Headquarters May 1st, spy if my Xiii lib a is captured Juarez Dure not save him. , May 28.�?the Side Aud front a Walls of a Bride building on Market Street Tell in to Day burying Lour workmen in the ruins. One taken out dead two severely bruised and the other slightly injured. May 28.�? Jefferson Davis remains so secluded tiit no one Hus seen him to recognize him on the streets. Feu Iau a Uuiorn from the Borders Are officially declared unfounded Richmond May 28.�?the mayor to Day closed the investigation of Tho recent riot Aud sent of for indictment two coloured men and two White firemen. Washington May 28.�?colonel a. K. Long of Tho president s household was before the judiciary committee of saturday. Credited reports of Bis evidence falsify detective bakery a allusions to the president. Newyork May 28.�?Tho steamship Scotia. Arrived from Europe with dates to Tho 19th. Tho cattle plague had. Broken out in London. Oniki Ingros s. C., May 30.�?iu the United states District court to Day a Bill of complaint was filed by the District Atto Ruoy Corbel against k. Prist -.�, Theodore d. Wagner jus. Pulemau . Trenholm g. Trenholm and j. B. Lafitte member of the firm of j. Frazier co., charging them with a violation of the Laws of the United states in Blo Kudo. Running operating and claiming that in other respects they Are no countable to the government. Tho judge upon hearing the Bill granted injunction re pc training the parties from of any real estate now held by them. General Sickles leaves Charleston to Morrow for Raleigh to meet president Johnson. Richmond May of a general Brown of the forced runs Bureau has issued s. Circular directing Tho of fliers in View of Tho hostility which May exist Etc eau voters to see that the forced then Are instructed is i their rights and to to registered and vote. Judge Kelley t a it so in Danville Virginia to Day. A Washington May 30.�?the Republican convention of Vermont nominated j. B. Pago for governor find unanimously adopted the reconstruction measure. May 31.�?flocr wheat nominally lower. Corn 12 cents lower. Pork Teudy. Lard quiet. Cotton Shade firmer middling Uplands 271. Freights Dull. Stocks Fiat. Muncy 0 per cent. Gold 137�. Sterling co Days sight 10j. �?T.02 coupons loiijj1094. 31.�?yesterday�?Ts edition of a the nationalist Republican newspaper Here. Wus super cried by order of Tho commandant of the Post and a guard placed Over the . The future publication is prohibited until the proof a diets have been submitted to Tho . The order for suppression Hhas Tho paper is held answerable to the last paragraph of Tho general order of May 19th, prohibiting the publication of articles inciting to riot Aud violence or Tho Public use of i Ceu diary . The article referred to was the freedmen How and when to firearm to. Wak Vincion May 31.�?a report of the Mobel riot published by general Pope says everybody apprehended a. Disturbance during Kelly a speech and net wares the mayor for not being present with an adequate forces he removed the mayor and police not Only for criminal misconduct but because he had no Confidence in the 1 Security of the City while they retained office. Swayne says the affair was not apprehended or deliberately planned. Shepherd a peaking of mayor Withers says he believe the on Lyman in Tho City qualified to Taii a Ier with proper discretion it is official act. New Yot amay 31.�?stocks Dull. Gobi 33 a. Quot Money g per cent. 1802, registered 10g4 a 100j a coupons 101 4 Cotton firmer Bales 1800 Bales tel 27c. Flour Dull state $9 70�12 75 Southern lower $12 00016 50. Wheat Dull Aud declining Corn steady and on Tho decline Western raised now is 18 a 1 25 old $1 2h%, 1 30. Pork heavy at $23 25, lard quiet. Whisky Fleady. Rice and sugar steady Coffeo firm sales 1500 in Bond 114 Gold. Naval stores firm. Turpen Tino g1@c2. Eliosin $4 08. Cotton to Liverpool per steam Dull at 3,@.7-30. A. Kew Obue Anh May i it la Cotton Eti fsr sales .3,800. Bales Low middliug24�25c. Receipts a for Tho week 4,382. Exports for Tho week >18,285. Stock on hand 80,040. Sugar Dull. Good fair i3c. Molasses no Halo. Flour a super Lino old Stock s10 50 now $11 25 �?�,�>11 .50 Choice extra $18 25/� 18 75. Corn lower yellow mixed is 12i0,l 17i White $1 22j01 25, Oats firm 95c@sl -00. Lard steady Aud firm i prices 13.10. In kegs 144�14ic. Pork Dull $24 25 Bucon firm retailing shoulders 9j rib ,12i Olen Side 13j <5ju3ic. Gold 13f>3._sterling 1470151. New York sight i percent pie ilium. New Yorik May 31.�?Money very Active up to Tho close. All Loans brought 7 per cent and in some instances this was paid in Gold. Gold 130j. Loans Rangod from 3 to -7 per cent for carrying. Sterling steady. Government securities Dull. Stockt showed a general tut not a marked recovery from Tho lowest Point of Tho afternoon. Washington May 3i.�?the president will attend Tho Boston masonic Celebration to take Placo on Tho 21st. Of june. Internal Revenue receipts. To Day Nino Hundred and eighty one thousand. Martino do out ass Tho new Portugal i Huju it wins presented to Tho president to Day. The president leaves Richmond for Raleigh at 3 of clock in the morning instead of monday afternoon. New Oklean May 31.�?mayor Heath has appointed two negro policemen to Day. New York May 31.�?the presentation Hose Carriage for Columbia firemen is completed Aud will be forwarded. New Orleans May 31.�?advices Are received from Havana to May 28, As follows Captain general Mansano has notified Tho consular agent of the Juarez government to. Quit the territory of Tho a a Ever faithful Islow within eight Days. Tho causes of this unfriendly act do not appear. It May be in some Way connected with Tho triumphs of the liberals or a just remonstrance against the open help of Tho Imperial government by shipping men arms munitions and provisions. Tho american bark Ocean Home has been appraised at 815,000. A sugar and molasses warehouse Otma stanzas Waff destroyed by fire on the night of Tho 26th. It was insured in a Liverpool and London fire insurance Compaq Lynfort 45,000 query pounds or dollars ? in the event of a rupture with Tho colonial government the r. It. In Lerwill be brought to this port the Frerick Steamer see Ora arrived to Day from Vela Cruz and confirms Tho Telegraph of the 17th about the surrender of Maximilian Aud his generals. Tho commander at Vera Cruz is Only awaiting official notification from Tho Field to surrender the City to be Rouida. Advices from st. Domingo of the 12th says the Harbor of san Pedro has been declared a port of entry. A decree was issued exempting for a period of five years All foreign vessels from the payment for pern its which May be cleared to any port of entry of the Republic for the purpose of loading Salt provided they. Take nothing but . Another decree abolishes for the term of fire years the import duty. Tho British Brig Kuro from new York was wrecked off the Southern coast of Sardinia. The Captain Crew and passenger or. Gedding were saved. Part of Tho cargo was also saved. The Brig Freetly from Boston for Jacomel with an assorted cargo was wrecked of the Northern coast of Crew and part of cargo saved. Richmond Mav 31.�?judge Kelloy arrived Here to night and leaves for Washington to. Morrow. A san Francisco May 25.�?the government of Japan hah agreed to open the ports of Yeddo Osca nud Bogata from the first of january next Quot Quot new Tomt May 31.�?Tho Southern Relief committee dispatched the steamship purveyor on tuesday with Twenty nine thousand bushels of Corn for Charleston Savannah and Mobile. Richmond May 31.�?to-Day was observed by the ladies decorating Tho Graves of the Confederate dead stores were closed. There were about ten thousand persons in holy Wood this morning. New a Obe Juno 1.�?arrived, we. Taber. Flour 25 events Power. Wheat Dull. Corn steady. Pork Tinner at s23 30 3 23 35. Lard steady at 13$. Cotton advanced middling steady at 28c. Gold 13gj. Sterling 00 Days 110 sight 105,v 18i52, registered Logg coupons 109j@109i. Washington june 1.�?the Secretary of the Treasury has forbidden the publication of the weekly disbursements. Tho completed registration shows 9792 Whites and 8212 Blacks. Dubo at., Whoso name was rejected on account of avoiding the draft Tore out and attempted to Swallow two pages of the Register and filed papers. A Richmond merchant who escaped the Confederate service by furnishing a substitute had his registration refused. Considerable excitement and much dissatisfaction but no trouble apprehended. Judge Barnard of new York recently rendered a decision holding that the provision in the state statute of 18g2, which gives the state courts Power to enforce a Lien against ships and vessels Aro in contradiction to the Constitution of the United states and acts of Congress which vests Tho Power to enforce nmn Timo claims exclusively in the United states courts of admiralty. This decision overturns a Long settled course of proceedings in Tho state courts to enforce claims by seizing and subjecting vessels to Sale without Tho Long delays attending actions at Law against the owners or agents. New you june 1.�?Tho Hibernia has arrived. Cotton firm. Sales 1700 Bales at i7i o 28c. Flour heavy state $9 50 5 12 50. Wheat 3@5c. Lower. Corn unchanged. Whisky Active Western in Bond $2 34 a 2 35. Pork heavy at $23 30�23 35. Lard heavy it 124 i 13jc. Naval stores quiet and firm. Groceries quiet und steady. Freights Dull and unchanged. New y Ouk june 1�?evening a Tho evening express Bays Money is less Active to Day Market rules easier at g@7 per cont on Call prime discount 7@7� per cont. Other grades Dull. Bank to turns All in except City bunk showing decrease in Loans of 33,100,000, de Creane in Deposit of $310,000, decrease in Legal tenders of $2,100,000 and an increase in specie of �4,750. A jew Yoke. Juno 1.�?specio shipments $347,-.000, Tho remains of Artemus Ward arrived and go to Maine for interment. New Yoke june 3.�?flour 25c. Lower. Wheat Dull and nominally lower. Corn steady. Pork Dull at $23 25. Lard Dull. Whiskey Money c@7 per cent. New , Juno 3.�?cotton�?sales 1,850 Bales Low middling 25jc receipts 2,goo Bales. Sugar and molasses no quotations. Flour Dull Doublot extra s13 50 Chico s18 00 trifling sales. Corn firmer yellow $1 15 7ix 1 18 White $1 20@1 22. Oats in Good demand at 95c. Com a peal Liln dried s5 75. Pork Dull at $24 25. Izard firm tirces 13io Keg 14j 3 14ic. Bacon in Good demand shoulders o4c rib sides 124c Clear sides 13jc. Coffeo 24i@25io. Gold 13g4. Sterling 47@51. Never York sight a Premium. Jacob Barker proposes to creditors of the Bank of co Morco to forma joint Stock company capital Ono half million dollars build houses and stores Stock to be paid for in checks on Bank of Commerce. To propose to turn onto to Tho company All real estate and personal pc Phi As Well no the assets of the bunk. 1 Richmond june 3.�?president Johnson and party left for Raleigh this morning at four of clock. Weldon n. C., june 3.�?tliefresidentand party left Richmond this morning on their arrival at Petersburg they were met by Tho mayor of the City and gemeral Stoneman. They breakfasted Here. The mayor expressed Tho pleasure of the citizens in having them for guests and said to the. President a that they would be much gratified if Tho party would on their return remain longer in Petersburg Thau of this occasion in order that there might be an Extension of Hospital ties. The president expressed his thanks for the reception and hoped he might in future to Able to reciprocate. Weldon was reached at ten . Washington. June 1.�?the state department has received official information of the unconditional surrender of Maximilian. The amount of fractional currency issued during the week $17,000. Securities held for National Bank circulation s34,000,000 Public deposits $39,000,000 total National Bank circulation s29$,000,000 internal Revenue receipts to Dav $1,108,000 receipts for May $10,971,000. The president leaves for Richmond at i Oclock ill a special Steamer. Custom receipts for the week ending May 25th, �2,930,000. A splendidly executed counterfeit 810 note 011 the third National Bank of Philadelphia is in circulation. Dakotah advices to May 1g, represent the indians quiet on the upper Missouri. The correspondence Between James borgs foreign Secretary of Paraguay Aud Havlen a. Washburn american minister is published respecting the mediation of the United states in the differences Between Brazil and the other Powers Aud Paraguay. There is a letter narrating the continued aggressions on the part of Brazil and announces Tho determination of the Paraguay people to save them. Selves by Triumph since the enemy persists in his efforts. To prosecute the War with the maj Guity of demons. New York june 3.�?arrived, Saratoga a Lemarle und general Meade from new Orleans. The Henry Chaunce has arrived from Aspinwall with nearly $4,000,000 treasure. A proclamation has been issued declaring the Steamer Rarie alias Cuyler colombian property. Washington june 3.�?the election is progressing quietly. The judiciary committee Are investigating Tho circumstances connected with the Pardon of Tho Alabama lawyer Gayle who also offered a million dollars for Lincoln a assassination. Fran�3 Neon tic second auditors Osco. Tron tie Washington chronicle May 22.1 at the present term of the United states circuit court for the. Southern District of new York John h. Trapp agent of new York City was convicted of fraud upon the Rtse cond auditors office. Trap is it lawyer vend at one time was somewhat noted As o. Democratic politic Ian of the 12th Ward of new York City. He was Idso a Law partner of John Graham Haa been a school commissioner and came near Quot being elected to a judicial office. He has at various times been involved in broils having at one Timo 6hot Thomas h. Ferris a noted politician of the tenth Ward at Tho Bank Coffee House and at another time at Tho same place shot another person. Both tuese cases were compromised through the influence of politicians. But in this Case he received his just deserts. The auditor is thoroughly investigating the frauds Ripon this office and is determined that Buch characters As Trapp shall 110 longer practice their frauds upon no already overtaxed government Aud Uii whip of that Justice they so richly deserve. The trial of Trapp developed some facts involving a certain commissioner of deeds in new York who Fias just been indicted for fraud and forgery. A a 1 or. French has designated one of his clerks to travel through the country to Aid in the investigation and prosecution of fraudulent claims and secured the co operation of a detective Force. It is believed that he will speedily arrest the practice of fraud in pay and Bounty claims and save to the government Many thousands of dollars annually. E uis a be am mews origin of the team first perfumes were obtained by a combustion of aromatic Wood Aud Gams hence the name per mum a through smoke a and the first use primitive nations made of them was to offer them on the altars erected to their gods perhaps with the Mystic idea that their prayers would reach them sooner wafted on the Blue wreaths of smoke or for the less poetical purpose of counteracting the smell of the flesh burned in their sacrifices. Modern incense derives its Sweet Balsamic smell from Benzoin which also formed one of the chief ingredients in pastimes and fumigating papers. A Liim Mcl of Fiji Rirs end their uses a cite the Bead Galveston May 31, 1867. Editors fake s bulletin l while other Southern Statos a raising Money Ana having the Graves of tue in soldiers appropriately decorated is it not a a lame that Tho Rem joint of the soldiers but de near Virginia Point West of the Railroad rack Are allowed to be cashed away by the Tach is of the Bay ? would not. Some of la Morey sent to Alabama lately been More useful at Home ? perhaps there is enough left to have a decent cemetery Mado out of 0 tangled mass of Brushwood. Who will head Tho list ? yours in haste Schoeler. Never having Leisure enough to stroll As far As Virginia Point we have never seen the latter complained on. To did not know that it existed. But this we do know if it exists it is an outrage upon decency and an offence for which to ought to Blush. Ave have Ever thought that Tho Congress of the United states should Havo buried Sido by Side Tho Confederate and the Loyal dead to would have every Bol dior no matter what his color or Tho Side on which he fell to to decently buried and if possible his remains designated. This has not been done and Tho peo Loare called on to remedy Tho omission. We Halo that this outrage on decency will not to permitted j to exist Ai Ibber week but that the bodies of these dead Are decently Bat quietly buried out of our sight. Let it be done >7ithout delay. London May 28.�?at the close of the session to night All the sections of the Reform Bill had passed the House of commons except the amendment providing for Tho redistribution of seats. In the House of lord the Bill suspending the writ of Hareas Corpus in Ireland passed. Cork May-25 a of Brien convicted of treason and sent a fed to death will be commuted to imprisonment for life. Baden May 28.�?the bavarian government has officially denied that Prussia is strengthening her fortifications or increasing her armaments at Hastadt. London May 28, , 93j Bonds 72a. Liverpool May 28, Market quiet prices unchanged estimated sales 1000 Bales. It London May 28, , 93j 5-20 a 72. Liverpool May 28, continues quiet and unchanged. Uplands lid. Orleans hid. Sales 12,000 Bales. Manchester advices favourable. Corn declined 3d provisions generally unchanged. Lard weaker closing at 49s. Go. Turpentine declined 34s. Rosin steady common 7s. 3d. Fine 13s. Tallow 43s. Go. Frankfort May 28.�?Bonds 77j. London May 30�? closed 94i Bonds 722. Liverpool May 30�?evening. A Cotton closed Strong at go Advance middling Upland la jul Orleans Llyd sales 15,000. Frankfort May 30.�?Bonds 11%. Paris May 30.�?francis Joseph emperor of Austria is expected by the 1st of july. London May 30.�?fresh Schleswig Holstein complications Are rumoured. The fall of Maximilian creates painful anxiety throughout Europe. London May 31�?noon.�?bullion has increased to seven Hundred and fifty three thousand pounds. Rat of discount 2. Consols 95. Liverpool May 31.�?Cotton, opens firm and Active sales for the week 82,000 Bales including 27,000 for Export and speculation estimated sales 15,000 Bales Uplands 11 cd Orleans a Lect Stock on hand 11,000, of which 444 is american. London May 31�?2 p. Advance quoted a 051 Liverpool May 31�?2 p. continues quiet and Strong quotations Are unchanged. London May 31.�?la the Case of United states is. Ridlon the Appeal of the latter has been admitted. A in the House of commons to night a division occurred on the Reform Bill and an amendment was proposed by the liberals requiring that a Borough shall have a population of not less than ten thousand in order to be entitled to sit in the House of commons. The division resulted in a Victory for the Liberal party who carried their amendment by 427 majority. _ Berlin May 31.�?in the prussian parliament to Day a Bill adopting the new Constitution forth0 North German confederation. Passed its second1 Reading. Cork May 31.�?the trial of Condon before a special commission resulted in the acquittal of the prisoner Madrid May 31.�?the owners of the steamship Tornado have succeeded in obtaining a new trial in the Superior court of Spain. London june 1�?noon.�?conaols, 964. Bonds 73. Liverpool june 1�? activ6 and firmer estimated sales 20,000 Bales Upland llj011gd Orleans Laid. Bread stuff s firm. Corn 39s 3d. Flour 29s. Provisions a unchanged. Pork a 82s 6d. Lard 49s go. Rosin common 70s 5d. Turpentine 34s go. Tallow 49s 3d. Queenstown june 1.�?the China touched Here. London june l-j-2 p. reduction of Bank rates expected. Consols 9go. American securities firm general Advance. Bonds 73>. Paris june 1.�?Tho Bank of France has reduced its rate of discount. London june 1, 9g Bonds 73�. Liverpool june 1, firm sales 20,000 Bales middling Uplands Llyd Orleans Llyd. Paris june 3.�?the Czar and two sons arrived saturday Nap Oleon received them quite enthusiastically. The flags of the two empires were United in Tuil series. The King of Prussia is expected immediately Tho Sultan Victor Emanuel emperor of Austria. Viceroy of Egypt and other rulers soon afterwards. The horse Fer Vazquea won Tho emperors cup after an exciting contest magnificent attendance including the Czar. London june 3, 94j sex. Dividend Bonds 73 j. T live Pool june 3, firm middling Uplands 11 go. Orleans 11 cd. Estimated sales 15,000 Bales. The Kentucky election. Official reining of the vote of every county in Kentucky cent Letchor have been received. Tug total vote of the state is 113,473 of Arnet jo4 014 last year. Tho rebel majority Over a a republicans is 40,042 j Over the third party 72,724 a Over both 41,353. The following is Tho a to by congressional districts a a Bern. 1st district9,790 2d District. 8,5g2 3d District. 7.64u 4th District. 8,199 5th District. 7,1 -9 6th District. 9,488 7tli District .9,7.33 8th District. 7,790 9th District. 9,177 rep. ,1,780 2.816 1,201 2,376 2,816 n,b39 1.653 7,168 7,827 3d party. M55 508 730 35 1,396 805 77,419 31.471 4,089 within strange Mur Der has just been committed at Fussey France a a Farmer named. Emard thirty four Cara of ago having without any reason whatever killed his wife a woman of thirty. To has confessed the crime and states that they lived on Good terms three mornings Back when to awoke the idea occurred to him to destroy her Whilo Sho slept. He accordingly seized her by the neck and in spite of her struggles strangled her. He afterwards went out to an oat House intending to commit suicide but Lis courage failed him a Emard when arrested made a full avowal As above and made no attempt Rou want a kiss Telic it. There a a Jolly Saxon proverb that is pretty a Mali Liko Thibo that a Man is half in Leavon wih ii to has a woman a kiss a danger in delaying and the sweetness May fora Ako it sol Tell you Laufili Ful Lover if you want a kiss Why take it. Never let another fellow steal a March on you in this never let a Laughin Maiden see you spoiling for a kiss there a a Trovat Way to Kissir and the Jolly ones who Mako it have a motto that is winning if you want a kiss Why Tako it any fool May face a Cannon anybody Wear a Crown. But ?. Sian must win woman Quot lifted Havo her Lor his own would you live the Golden a up of Trio tree and Shako it if to life the iii is Worth Trio Havi Nir Quot and you want a Kies Why take it. Who would Burn upon a desert with a Forest smiling by 1 who would ulivo his sunny summer for a leak and wintry sky f of i Tell you there is Maic and you cannot cannot break it for the sweetest part of lovin is to want .1 kiss and Tako it. A rocks during 1800. From the Long Branch news. J the Lloyds in London have made it report of disasters at sea in nil parts of Tho world during 1866. By of this report it appears that accidents happened to 11,711 vessels More than one half of which occurred in january february March and december. Of these 98 vessels Aro still missing and the other accidents Aro divided into 341 vessels abandoned 1,958 that had come in collision of which however 492 escaped without material injury and 198 were sunk 530 foundered 3,381 stranded of which 1,672 were got 6ff, 36 captured 18 suffered from piracy 173 from fire 605 by bad stowage 1,197 Leaky 743 loss ,. Of anchors or chains 194 exclusively steamers machinery damaged or Short of Coal 349, Mutiny 2,048 loss of sails bulwarks,�?z&c., and 40 waterlogged. Out of these 11,711 casualties 2,234 involved total loss of the ship and 1,946 total loss of cargo. Tho total number. Of lives reported lost is 2, g14. Of these lives lost. 989 occurred during the second Quarter of the year when the general casualties were at their minimum while Tho average of each of Tho other three quarters was Only 531, and the smallest number was Between january and april when the disasters Wero at it their Maximin an anomaly to to explained perhaps by the crowd of emigrants that their departure in Tho Spring months and thus Render any Accident at that period peculiarly fatal to life. It is further shown that of tale casualties reported 10,627 were to sailing ves. Sels and 1,084 to steamers and that in the lat. Ter Case one third were from collision while the collisions of sailing vessels comprised Only the proportion of fifteen per cent of the casualties. No Steamer suffered from piracy but the proportion of damages to steamers by free was about twice of great As to sail instances of Mutiny appear to to almost its frequent in steamers As in sailing vessels. It is from leaks loss of anchors or. Chains or sails that sailing vessels exhibit a great preponderance of mishaps. This is the first Complete annual record of Tho Marine disasters of the entire world yet issued and As Tho London Lloyds intend to keep it up it will become very valuable when it extends Over a series of years. Ano tbsp i evolution. From the Ranchero 30th. Captain Castanzo of the Schooner Brietis from Tampico the 27th inst., arrived in our City yesterday. General ascension Gomez who pronounced some time ago for Ortega was heroically resisting general a Van whom Juarez had Sefc. Down from san Luis Potosi to quell the Captain Castanzo crossed tile bar outward bound the fight was raging furiously. The Roar of Cannon and rate of musketry was incessant the Captain gave it of his opinion that Gomez would be Ablo to hold out but a few Days. He reports Canales at Tula with a Small Force and it was unknown that lie was trying to Render Gomez assistance but it was under stood that he was in the Ortega movement Philadelphia special dispatch to Tho Cincinnati tir Philadelphia May 28.�?hon w Jav has telegraphed to his Friend be Ethi the coming Home. He returns if in Sai j to make Ceram representations to ll0 leaders of a he Republican party which. Not Tho Homo of the determination of ome of the radio leaders to bring upon Tho s a a it indecision of can Racket i cd Federal parties Days gone by. Iua Tho East it a he try to me proper being and interests of the or Safe pacy Oflia Coin look to you of tie West to counteract the powerful influences brought to Bear by such rear cart leaders As Greeley and save us from injury if not from ruin. The Post office is doing banking business in a very met w in. Few Aro award of Fife extent of what is known As the Mono order a system and Many Aro entirely unacquainted with the Way in which business is Condo Tell under it. A Money order can to obtained at any Post office in the United states made pay Noble at any Posto fico in the United states for any sum not exceeding fifty dollars. Ten cents is charged for any order not exe be Dir Twenty dollars and Twenty five cents for All Large sums. Only three orders for fifty dollars each will be issued to. Any one person at onetime. A some Paris surgeons mutely experimented with the head of a Man who had been Guil Lontine. They injected into its arteries Freak arterial blood from a dog and shortly afterwards Tho head gave unmistakable signs of life. The color returned to Tho Cheeks and Lipa tha eyes opened brightly and gazed upon those around the lips moved us if attempting to speak and Tho entire face bore the semblance of Active life. So soon As the operator Censed to inject Tho life blood of the dog Tho appearance of death rapidly ensued. The tobacco crop in this and adjoining counties we understand will be almost an entire failure. The Worms Ere destroy my a plants in several neighbourhoods to Euch an extent that it is impossible to procure a Sun. Client amount with which to Plant the ground shield 18th
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