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Galveston Flakes Semi Weekly Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 29, 1867, Galveston, Texas Or Semi of rat a. I a by Seine Syo a yol. . Wednesday morning May 29, 1867. No. 14. Telegraphic. A a a Ai Sarto Ciatur paths to a nil Ittoli new , May 23.�?money Market very a nov 40�. per cent. On Call. Gold closed 13�>v�. 138,j on rumours of lower quotations on Bonds in Europe. Exchange weaker Bankers 1u 1& a a. The failure of a dry goods firm is reported. Several blinks Are named As Bellis in trouble but the report needs confirmation. Stocks Dull Aud lower. Receipts the i Taury �2,4118,000 payments<5, l 1 5,-Oou. Custom receipts 3ti,0jo. A a iii Nixon May 23. The of no. South. In men Are uni dug the list of the Wisconsin. A special dispatch to the new Volk time Alan Lilii to tin Santiago a do Cuba disaster says unusual occurred. Until tin Steamer Quot the on o clock Oil tuesday Usu Miira Suhena slight shoe fell by the persons on deck which gave i hem. Hot impression thut the., Steamer had truck ground. The officers however,.deny that such the Case As Tiu Oduy evening a site foggy but after Midnight . A Clear with a Schooth sea. Running. Tue vessel strip a Oil the Atlantic House about i Quot or a. Ain Ilie morning. Tie passengers attribute the cause of the Accident to fat Roks negligence i the part of the Captain and officers. Rumours arc Illus that opposition had something to do with and is thought by some that the whole affair. Was brought about through bribery the san tag Quot de Cuba Bertig on the opposition Liiv no Lorah were made. To. Launch . Boats till seven o clock Aud thirty minutes tiit hour the life boat got ready and capt. Kelly and a number of lady reached the Shor m safety. Another boat then launched of which capt. Bolton took command. This boat reached the Shore without Accident. Ono of the boats returned Quot to the Steamer and took a line to the Beach Blit for some reason the line not made tight and could not be used. Soon after the other boat took Oil i passengers. When within fifty Yards of the Shore the boat capsized and four ladies Aud two officers were drowned. When assistance reached Tho boat two ladies were discovered clinging to the in. Nor Eros piece. They were nearly exhausted and almost speechless but recovered on application.of1 Tho proper remedies. A rail wan also sent Oft from the Steamer which a worked to the Shore in Good order. When going Buck to the vessel one mull washed overboard Ami drowned. The remaining men a a lung to Tho pieces of Timber and were saved. Nothing More done to save the passenger till the wreckers appeared. They Limo Diatel set to Wrork under the supervision of capt. Townsend and by two o clock this afternoon All on Board were land. Nov Vojir. A. Stocks weak. Money live cent. Stilling unchanged. Dol d 137,. ii 11#a it1 l Lour steady. What Dull. I 3 to 5 cents better l Ork #23 1 1. Whisky steady. of lit 27c. W \-.nrcoton. May 21.�?the president leaves Oil the first to by ill Kili Egli Oil the fourth of a Pine. A. To Ige Ltd has granted a writ a or in the a no the United states is. Joseph a ruin a arise or i i y a Quot by judge i i a. Re. Lil and s.3.1 during the Wai. The Uril a i Gimli. Led on that in 1 1 District i a a in i a a ill a a to p Luv Are and up . Which , be Quot i d In. I tiie v or Quot a Quot ii Quot j v. A a. I h endemic Quot lick a. F. R to Quot of ii Eli party Camhi not i. 1iii Ltd i1 but with iii iii a a. A a in i oct a Thev icel 1 a Sile i i by libel. V . May 21. 1 is 11 a agile a re in a , n Pon n a j i i Uri by n1i<� i. Of up Tiai a a the a tur a Quot a a Quot to. In ring Hora Quot a Reedy a baking i. Vivis a a Lut Iofik of re kure pre Quot tel i re. I 1. But a i i a a Solitt n Cou the baiting but not deeming pro a ii r to Quot a stigmatize a Mai is for Sueh acts. I Ting violent and i . I a. A i of m v j i a ii luge Albert Mason the alleged Southern a Ecie tary. Ami Misti cited Quot being Louii be l with the As a sea Tous a in Tho charge of a Dot text be to testify in the Surratt Case. New Yozie fifty 2i.�?Cotton, firm l of d a Rand sales la to Bales 27. In incur to Jiries unchanged. Wheat Dull and drooping Corn scarce mixed Western new. ¿1 2i in 1 2t�. Provisions term Musi pork. í.2d 37. Rich. A nil to. Sugar closed activ-i1, .�?Tuuscovado,--11 j., a Coffee Dull. Molasses quiet. Navy stores Ipi Iet turpentine �2 a a Rosin freights Dull and drooping.-. New yuck. May 24. Storks Dull. Gold 137. Registered a 2, Loii coupons hj.1,&Quot. , May 21.�?Cotton a Sale s a a a you Bales a unsettled Low middling 2 /�.20c. Receipts tor the week -1,20 Bales against i is h Bales exports for the week 20,71 sugar and Molas re nominal and Tino longed. L Lour no Market to Day. Corn Juiet and firm Al 17 1 22 and nuked. a s l 25 for White. Oats Small transaction tar re to a. Pork Dull f2r25. Lord a pitted 13c. For prime in pierces and 1-1 in. For half Keg. Gold 13&>a. Sterling Bufu 50 new York sight or j discount. A Wasiw is a ton May 21.�?the president Stan-., ton and Stanbury had a prolonged interview this morning. The custom receipts from the 12th to the isti., nearly three millions. Internal reve receipts to Day five Hundred and Twenty to Quot a a a Quot appointment of treasurer Lor a we a . Still Haie s fir. To. ,v.he� of Inch Chish regarding . I supposed that he judicial a Quot is n. T a will adj. Irn Oil a Quot 1st . The i 11 -. Luent pro a -id.11are regarded a d . By a i Ore i Eble a Lull be i Oij a a Ideres l the. In Ltd iii i general ? legs has six month Liiv. Of a a. In on in eos iii o a ill of Alth. 1 tic of. Ai v ii Quot for april says tie pro. For Mio Viliy li.- -orop.i, of Wii cat e a Ming a Orabie s a a a ,.t inlay 21 Lerner Ai their i Ciary Cvinar. Ill .1 the i oration of 1 to Quot i a e. Gig Oil ight. A be of the a. i Calfo before the Emmitti in. A a. G i Quot . Lil Dieng. And id Jit during his w. A i a a. N a Ltd v gig . 21 --fa�?T.a. S a. To in. Faulting president of Tho first National Bank of Selma confined in the chaw but jail escaped yesterday lunged into the River and drowned. Tho mayor of Mobile has been petitioned to appoint half the policemen negroes. Win in ii Canada West May 2-1.�?four German emigrants were killed Sev Orul injured and the ears badly broken Here to Zuyi a a new Orleans May 21.�?the following platform adopted by the Republican party of this state for rebuilding the levee s by National Aid the abolition of the Cotton tax and the sugar interest of the state to be protected and fostered. New Yoio a May 2-1.�?a special to the Post says additional so views show that the government has no Security in the Frazer Tren Holm in co. Failure. New Yoi a May 2-1.�?money easy on Eal a if to percent. Prime discount ii Percenta old 137,. Sterling Dull prime Bankers a 100. Governments securities closed quiet. Stocks heavy and decidedly Low. The a feb treas Ury receipts have been .�?&-$5,. Payment he too Jook balance $130,000,0000.receipts of the customs have been $203000 Gold Ami $150, 00 York mry 20.�?flour Dull and unchanged. Wheat Dull and drooping. Corn quiet without decided a change. Pork firm. Lard quiet. Whisky steady. Cotton quiet middling Uplands 27c. Freights Dull. Gold 137. Sterling go Days 97�?T,. Sight Loi. 18g2-coupons �o�3.f,<dt3,% Virginia Gas g7f re New Yoi ii may25.�?arrived, Ocean Queen. From Aspinwall with 300 passengers and half a million of dollars in treasure. Yellow fever broke out Guayaquil and Buenaventura. There great alarm among residents who Aro going Inland. Niew York may�?~2-1.�? Tho Jerome Park races to Day the lira race of one mile and a Quarter won by ruthless time 2 154. The second heat one mile an three quiz raters won by monday time 3 11. Third face two Miles and three quarters won by fleeting a time 5 09j. Detroit mich., May 24.�?Tho constitutional convention refused to incorporate a clause in the new Constitution making eight hours a Legal Day s work but left for the legislature to bottle. Sax Fua Cisco May 25.�?idaho City has been destroyed by fire. Main Street Burnt from hear run to Moore a Creek including the express office of Wells Fargo co. / new York May 25.--Panama news of the 14th says general Alante has made a in extensive tour through Tho country Aud cordially received. Peruvian affairs Are unsettled and revolutionary outbreaks prevalent. The american Crew of the Layno alias. Cuyler released from by a the efforts of Captain Foster of Tho gunboat Osceola. Ai ,. May 1.�?the Vintage is the largest Ever known. Parliament meets Early in june. The americans Sidney passed resolutions expressing a want of Confidence in the Consul there. There has been an increase of Gold this year compared with last settlement. Lower i. In Queensland nearly destroyed by a . Thirty thousand tons of bread stuff sent to England this year. Of Hundred and five thousand tons More available for shipment. No you May 27.�? Cotton term Sai. Sof. 1 ii i 1.ah s 27c. La Lour Dull Anil declined 10 p.-2oc. Wheat i dined 2 a 3c. Corn steady. Good demand. Provisions quiet and unchanged whisky quiet. Sugar adv Good demand. Uli be steady. Naval stores quiet. Spirits c , Rosin fir. ?8. Freights . Kiriu a Iole dosed 1 3g.�?~f a 37. Governments quiet and aug hanged. Stocks a dosed la i slightly adn v. , May 27,--cotton�?-Sines 1-750-Bales. Low middling 2i �?Tu-25 receipts 277& exports 1200. Sugar Louisiana 11.�?T Choice 1 a Cuba no. 12, , molasses nominal. I Hiner Dull and unsettled superfine quoted ill i 11.75 Choice extra $1s. Com in g Odulf ii and advanced 26 to 5c. Mixed yellow i-1 20,vi1 22. White $1.25f<r,l 30. Oats firm 1 2c. A Iacono shoulders 4c. Rib 12c. Clear sides 12�?~c. Pork Dull i2-l u 24 37ie. ,, prime Tierce 13e, Keg 14,i.&,1-1 be. Gold 130. Sterling 4g a, new York Iglitz a. Discount -. I Vii hot e. R. Imay 27.�?the will of Huball Hutchins a leading merchant of this City who died last week a gives Tun thousand dollars for Tho Aud improvement of negro s in the South. A Washington special of the 22d to the o. Tio publican says John s Walton formerly new Orleans City treasurer yesterday appointed assistant treasurer vice Whittaker but Tho appointment suspended or revoked this morning. Or. Whittiker s resignation has been duly received Ali o Treasury department but Quot not yet accepted and is Asse Good authority that Thore will be no haste in making an appointment. A lion. Charles Chase of Indiana a member of the thirty filth and thirty sixth congresses wherein lie served committee 011 invalid pensions and territories a lawyer if experience and ability Lias been appointed receiver of the first National Punk of new Orleans. Or. Chase is already in new Orleans where he lately employed As agent of the Treasury department. The Quot president to Day telegraphed an order to in. Geo. J. The. Mas to come to Wash a iii ton Ifni edit a. There is Good 1 c is i for b. A Levi that he will relieve Ien. Sheridan and that tic latter will be Transfer to Quot the 11.1 r1 11e 11 of the Cumber a i ini.111,1 of a i a Quot 1 Quot Siili ili h dec ill i la d has fully determine s."1. Quot in the ii of .1 Une. g i i i 1�oos i Gigli in. Lives i Ladlar 1 threatens. To deliver Liis. o a a the i rivalry of the South Quot in i i a Ann Rica a the there is no militia re d . J a ii a Ion Hab a i s Uit by Mia . Nor. I 1 i 1 -1 -. 11 i 1 Quot 1 .1 o lie o 1 Veri e in 1 if / iii a. .1 Loi d 1very up to cute go j a. In Aniie. Of Siniue Parish of of. Fred j i1 Quot \v-iii-1 a i Oli ili Ilia Marivia a a a a a a i re d with the murder Vii Alfred a a -i-�?T.Iti Engineer of to tie e us a p lakme . A a London May 23.�?her majesty the Queen has issued her Royal proclamation declaring the Union of upper Aud lower Canada Nova Scotia and new Brunswick under one government to be called the Dominion of Canada. Appended to the proclamation is a list of senators appointed by the Queen to the upper House of Tho new Canada legislature in accordance with the provisions of the Bill of confederation recently passed by the British parliament. A . Petersburg May 23.�?the ice in the Nev. Has broken up and is fast disappearing and the River is now open to1 navigation. A Vienna May 23�?evening.�?the austrian a minister Washington has been instructed by his government to enter into negotiations with president jul rez Rof Mexico with a View to Tho safety of Maximilian in should. A Lento tire hands of the liberals. London May. 23�?evening.-�?the English a government has made representations to leading Powers of Europe urging general disarmament. Livehpooi., May 23.�? Steamer Denmark from new York the 11th, has arrived. , May 23.�?u. S. Bonds closed 77q. Glasgow May 24.�?Tho steamers United kingdom and now i arrived. London May a 24, 2 p. 11.�?consols Aud Bonds have improved a a. Tallow has declined 3d. Cotton quiet middling Uplands lid Orleans,.114. Sales .10,000 Bales. Provisions steady. London May 24.�?evening.�?consols, 93,i. Bonds 724london May 24.�?evening.�?sir Archibald Allison the historian is dead. The Oaks race which took place to Day Dover won by Lippia. Coke May 24. Mcclure on being arraigned for treason pleaded guilty. Paw May 24.�?Tho frigate Jean Bart of Tho French West India Squadron Hab been ordered to new York to take the Monitor Dunderberg to France. Liverpool May 24, from Hong Kong report that the United states gun boat Ashu ital had bombarded a town in the Island of Formosa the natives of which murdered the ship wrecked Crew of the american bark Rover. Southampton May 24, steamship Teutonia from new York has arrived. Vienna May 24.�?the Rumor of the death of Maximilian has prevailed but has been of scially denied. Fkankfop, May 24.�?United states Bonds closed 77c. London May 25.�?noon.�?consols, 03j. Bonds 72j. Liverpool May 25.�?noon.�?Cotton firm Uplands lid. Orleans 10,000 Bales. _ Corn has advanced to 39s. 3d. A common Rosin 73s. Others unchanged. London May 27.�?consols, 03.j. Bonds 72i. Liverpool May 27 a Cotton closed quiet Uplands lid Orleans 11 id. Sales 12,000 Bales. London May 27.�?sugar firm 24s, 3d. The question whether the death sentence of fenian convicts shall be carried out or not engrossed Public attention. The press of England generally urge that the sentences be commuted.�imprisonment for life. is said Adams will intercede to save Mcclure from the scaffold. Veil Orleans financial troubles. Fio i the x f. Tin is. The management of matters connected with the sub Treasury and first National Bank of tins City has created a Good Deal of comment in counting Rosius and 011 change within the last few Days. Indeed Public opinion has assumed very free forms of expression and our Sohd men have shrugged to Weir shoulders and wondered. That the Energy displayed by the senior c his arrival of such very Short duration. Depositors and others whose financial interests were jeopardized by the mismanagement of the Bank complain bitterly of delays of the gingerly manner with which certain parties have been dealt of the a a a specious form Quot but doubtful promises of assignment of in Short what is regarded As �11 attempt to cover up delinquencies instead them Aud their authors. We Are however satisfied that the scheme so cunningly devised in the premises by certain parties in interest will prove abortive. A third commissioner has been appointed who acting in conc Ert witly a East one of his associates will see that the investigation is thorough and that what has been done amiss will be forthwith undone. In a Dew Days we expect to be Able to place before our readers a full re Iose of the affairs of the sub Treasury and first National Banks to show what Becam i of the immense amount of missing Nio Nesto designate the parties into whose hands found its Way and the purposes for which used. Never since the Days of Alladio and his wonderful lamp wore stranger unfolding made of sudden wealth and mysterious disappearances than those which Are to come from this same sub Treasury and first National Bank. Let solvent institutions stand from under Stewart of new York posts $20,000 per annul by shoplifters. what time of Many a life does his horse most desire to devour him Why in the hey Day of his existence to be sure. A Young lady of Montgomery who re caught smoking a Cigar gave As her reason or Fth Quot Al a a that made smell As though tl..__y.is a Man a a a a Wal you ii Pinch of snuff or. Songs a Quot no i thank you if my nose had been intended for. A dust Hole would have been turned the Side in the Garden of a certain Nob Lennna a country House Liei i happened to be fixed up Diffeuj spots painted boards with this a a please not to pick Tho Flowers without a wag got a paint Brush Aud Kuldo 1 a a a the la word. A voting or Noher who had Juste started on his travels itinerant 0110 evening holding Torch 011 the deluge and after describing. Trio ii,.�?~imer in which Noah built the Ark and filed with animals of every kind by pairs,.do de in a solemn Tono thus a you ,1, Kutovy lev Der hearers that an Arduo ii 1 i in Lor Noah and his sons to get a Quot of whales into the g from men cd. A. From private dispatches Filos of the Rio Grande courier Aud a Augliero and official documents kindly furnished by colonel Marshall United states Consul Matamoros we compile the following late intelligence fall of jul Pietaro. San Luis Potosi May 15, 1807. To lieu Rizal my my esl Wheil of ritual Viva Lapatria Queretaro has fallen by Force of arms. This morning 8 of clock Maximilian. Mejia and Gastello surrendered unconditionally. This dispatch came through tl.i wires. Yours. Are. B. I Auk. Camp before qui i Etaro i May 15, 18g7, 4 p. minister of War 3 o Loci tins morning Larua taken by our forces which surprised those of the enemy in said place. Soon after the Garri son. and Tho City occupied by us whilst the enemy with Tho remainder of his Force fell Back upon Tho Campana where he beaten by our artillery causing him to enter into confusion and finally surrender 8 of clock. Maximilian Mejia and castello have surrendered unconditionally. A est Oviedo. Brownsville May 21st. 9 p. M. To major general Charles Orlf Liuz Galvo stun -. R have just received official information through general Barri Ozabal and the Tho United states Consul or. Marshall in Matamoros that Queretaro captured by the liberals on the 15th inst. Maximilian Megia and Castillo Are prisoners.1 J. Reynolds Brevet major Geneal. Matamoros May 25th, 1807. Tho Liberal forces which took Possession of of Queretaro have already started for the capital. Commodore D. Payen Moxica Navy has been ordered by a Irizabal to command an expedition to Vera Cruz Carmen a and Campeche to terminate the struggle. Moranion made a prisoner by Cortina a Short distance from Queretaro. The liberals have taken charge of Steamer general Sheriden for naval purposes. A denial. Per contrary Al Mexicano in an extra yesterday denies most positively that Queretaro has been Takon and All Imperial sympathizers Here and hereabouts Are firm in the conviction that the fall of Queretaro is a very sell. Retrospect of events before the fall. From the Kanclier May 21.1 a by the mail from Monterey we Are in a Possession of dates from Queretaro to to Heath inst. From periodic oficial of Monterey of the 15th, we translate in could based form the following Geu. Escobedoe a official report says nothing occurred Queretaro 011 the 4th but that on the 5th the imperialists were Defeated half past nine in the morning in an engagement which lasted an hour and a half Gen. Escobedo says the Liberal lines Wero attacked with great vigor by desperate men but were not shaken. On the night of the 5th, an attack made 011 the advanced line of the liberals 011 the Hill of san Gregorio which repulsed. On the Goth All quiet along the lines. Private letters state that on the Goth Tho heavy guns from Monterey were planted Aud opened fire on the Imperial fortifications a Queretaro but they give the lie to Escobedoe a report of a. Fight on the morning of that Day by stating that nothing occurred. six of clock in the evening these letters say a fight came off which lasted two hours and resulted in the defeat of the imperialists. Just fifteen minutes before the fight ended the heavens were n a clouded and followed by a terrible tempest of rain and wind. Private letters received Matamoros state that the liberals would have Possession of Queretaro by the 20th instant yesterday. President Jui Irez sent a congratulatory letter to the army Queretaro in which he hoped that the Victory Queretaro would be As glorious As that won of the fifth of May Puebla. Maximilian to be shot. La sombre de Zaragoza of Han Luis potosi0 no. 10, after narrating the particulars of the surrender of Maximilian and Mejia says that the Secretary of War forwarded orders to Escobedo 15th instant to immediately a Shoor mix Imilia loud his generals Maximilian said to i1e executed. A a 5 of clock yesterday there arrive Eden this City an officer of Maximilian taken prisoner Queretaro. Who afterwards made his escape. He said that Maximilian taken out 7 of clock 011 the evening of the 10th, together several of his generals to be shot and that he Tho prisoner during the excitement made his escape. He also said that since that time he had Stolon and Ridden Down fourteen horses arid reached Here last evening. Fearin As he i alleged that a demand would to pig on our authorities Lor him am that to would be Given up he made tracks last night for Brazos Santiago. You by 110 Means vouch for the truth of the above and Hope in nil sincerity that there s no inundation for the statement. All we know about the mutter is above stated Ai inst messes. T. P. May and w. Ii. . Knox the agent of the United states Treasury department having made tin affidavit against these gentlemen concerning their financial relations with the government they yesterday both appeared in the United states District court us gave bail in the sum of $25,0u0�?~each to Appe amp a the november trip. Messes. John Burnside Aud a p. Juan became Security for or. May 1 Aud Ile Sass. Friedlander William Mcduff a. E. A killings. J. H. Cornell e. W. Burbank and. J. A Fellows Lor or. Whitaker. will be observed that among Trio fumes of the Are some of the wealthiest residents of new Orleans. Several other gentlemen of High standing volunteered to Joon the Bonds but. The names Given above Are undoubtedly amply sufficient. By. O. , May 29j. A Gray eadi.ii/siii.v-.vir . Reece shot on the 3d inst., on l inning Mountain n. C., a one of those Noble Birds which measured Over seven feet from the lip of one Wing to the tip of the other Aud weighed about thirty Cal intelligence. A suicide or a night about 10 o clock a suicide or n murder of erred tie House of pleasure kept by Madam Vic. Morton the present writing is impossible to Tell which. A few Mii Iules after ten a Carriage drove to or. Asli Oitt a drug store with a Young Man named a. B. Smith who in the agony of death or. Stone present but impossible to prolong life the Story of the Friend who accompanied the wounded Man that lie had shot himself �?ovic., Morton a in company with the of icons to went to Tho place an let found a girl Ida Howard. Miss Howard states that the deceased his Quot Friend and herself Wero the Back porch. A seemed Low spirited took a Small Remington pocket pistol from the hand of his Friend and shot himself no then got up went into the Hall and met by the Madam who asked him a who did Quot to answered a a Well i did .�?� his Friend tells the same Story and says Smili a Lover of. Tho girl Ida that he perplexed about Money for her wants and that the occasion of trouble Between them. On the Way to the House Smith told his Friend this his last visit that to never would go there again. The Friend had Tho pistol in his hand playing with Smith said give to me i am going to commit Susan Side he took and shot himself a this boy for he is Only eighteen has been led off by designing persons and induced to Tasto his Means on this Young woman a we ethos he killed himself or killed is a matter of doubt though the former is the most prob. Able. Hois represented to have been a Well. Disposed but weak minded youth. He Leams a Mother and Sisters in this City. We can bub lament his Fate and condemn those who worked his ruin. The inquest is in Progress As we go to press. ought to have stated that the Ball lodged in the heart. Quot singular juries Are getting somewhat famous for unique verdicts. That of the Coroner s jury on the body of the unfortunate Young Man who shot himself on Friday night a a that Tho deceased came to his death from the effects of a pistol shot in his own hands and believed by the jurors to have been lamentable death of a promising Young Man a Brothel in thin City on Friday is an incident that ought to attract attention to the system of spurious morality with which to rna Nago this unpleasant topic. May be safely assumed that in a licensed House under police surveillance Sucie an incident could not have occurred for the habits of this misguided youth were known to his relatives and Only the night before his death lie made the most solemn assert action of his intention to castoffs his unlawful attachment with the girl Ida. But seems that her fascination too great for bin weakness to went to her Sido once moronic proved to be a fatal visit. A like the foolish Moth he in utter d rotund and round the glittering Candle of unlawful Beauty till he dropped into a premature grave to say Coda not have happened had Tho House been subject to the police As such places Are in Tho Continental countries of Europe for being under age to would Havo been excluded lest the licence should to revoked Aud the nefarious traffic ended to simply a weak minded Young Man who drifted with the tide in which he floated. Had he fallen into virtuous association to would have lived on in respectability ame Honor As he submerged beneath the first breaker of iniquity and drowned before he Learned to swim against the Tido of ivies. No matter by what Means his Deanii compassed whether to , hand or by that of another by intent or Iff Accident he murdered by the false notion of a heartless morality that we must ads control what to cannot prevent of visiting the scene of death a few moments after its occurrence to found Gulatsi going in and coming out As usual the bedecked in All the paint and Daub of har Lotry pursuing their vocation As if violets death an Ordinary occurrence in a a a hour or of one or two seemed saddened a the girl Ida for whom the unfortunate dieq3f pouted a Little but the others went about the Parlours with Brazen effrontery Aud exposed persons laughing and chatting As usual a on Tho step where i10 eat when Tho shot waa fired Only a few moments before Gath its de a crowd of the inmates one seemed Tota Toring with weakness-1 of the verge of the. Grave. She Rose on our approach her dishevelled hair. Hanging Down her Bac i Aud with profane lips slowly ascended this stairs in search of her room. In the course of a somewhat extended reportorial life to Havo seen Many homicides in similar House but never saw so Little feeling inmates As on Friday night. A exhibited by the. they seek seclusion put off the Gaudy decorations of vice and Ojo he themselves with Niobe modest Gannett but not so on tbi.-3 occasion. These unfortunate women Aro certainly sunk in Tho scale of Dereli Tion than to in most of those who follow their unhappy Trade. L be probabilities Are thai Thi Young Man who , had a in a. More Vii turns promptings and in j inn Quot nut , ass do i i Sion a. Of clv.-t� re a manhood thy sue Imo the snares of and Ivo the first victims of up sure. Go i Vic
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