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Galveston Flakes Semi Weekly Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 23, 1867, Galveston, Texas Kos a Gay. Semi weekly a get. Kyo vol. A Galveston wednesday morning october 23, 1867o no 55. To Rny a flour 2@jo.l- Corn mixed telegraphic. I associated press Diapa teries new York oct 17�?cotton�?sales 1700 Bales at 19c. Flour state so 25@$11 25 Southern $10 90@s14. Wheat 3@5o lower daring Tho Day. Com Dull l@2o lower mixed Western 40�43c, easier. Provisions Mead and quiet. Groceries Dull. Turpentine 15i�10ac. In Osin 35�c. Nev. Orleans oct. 17.�?cottoti very firm Low middling 17i@18c. Flour higher grades Lino lower grades declining treble extra $ 1 a 50. Corn lira with no upward tendency while is 38 cil 40, yellow $1 -45. Oats 75. Pork Dull at-$20 25. Bacon shoulders 15j@ 15ie Clear sides 19ic. Lard Dull and lower prime Keg lie Gold 14-1. Clear Bills 55. New York sight a Ca \ per cent Premium. Interments from yellow lever 31. San Francisco oct. 17.�?democratic in Jority 1400. The Union party gains in the Iasi smelt s election. Tai us cd a Rry s prob Abili Quot vote Light a Ciuccio oct. 17.�?fitzgerald and Doony fought. Doony lost by a foul in Tho 19th round. New Youk of. 17.�?time beat Kentucky. He made four Miles in 7 min. 31.j soc., but was booked to do it in 7 min., and had l and horses to run with him at different Points. At tue last half of the fourth mile the weight to earring begun to Tell and he perceptibly shortened his stride. The horse was the favorite at 100 to 60. To walk cr., opt. 17.�?the democrats earned the charter election by a largely increased majority. Washington oct. 17.�?the charge d affairs Iron Haiti was received at the Stato department Revenue receipts for to Day $221,000. St. Louis oct. 17.�?Sherman will return Here by saturday and so me business will return to Washington in Ohe Dit nce to the request of the president. New . Of Quot it. 17.�? the pc st a special a a is six of nine members of the judiciary committee Lavor pushing the impeachment. Boston oct. 17.�?the posts special says tsar expresses his intention to resist Ous pension Der iii tue tri�l7 she old tie arise. A jux a a a Ai us 17.-.mr. Davis is making Rran eur cents to leave fur Richmond York oct. 17.�?stocks feverish. A a t Jet. 1.7.�?iloi.i-v iii Fie Tivo de no 1 us. To the guid Active and firm it ing at 141. Government Sis Grilies offered rely at it Ric a further Heidi god. Private add Felt a Jiu a. I in Rabe reporting the Ileprei-e.?, with he Ivy Sale of Secu the it. Stocks firmer at the close. in sub Tiea Ury one Gnu and an l Liru ten Urjil is h -.,.---Quot a j 1 o Kij t. 17. A Stock feverish Money not a Niitme us Gold 111 i coupons �?Tg2, 1 i 1 u Sterling time he a a a a lit 10�?~j.l. , oct. .17.-�?the a a i Gressional to the. of South it Lair tip arrived and has taken rooms at tie sent to Woal i the political excitement is on the increase. The Are working with much Energy and everything indicates that there. Will be iii exciting election and that while the vote polled tor delegates and against the convention the ticket headed by Murin Aduke a Johnson Vil be voted for by Tho conservatives to a Man. Moderate republicans Aro frightened and it is no w certain will join the under Hau Nicut. A there will be Only two tickets on election Day. The horticultural and Homological exhibition closed to Day with a distribution of prizes. It was considered a great Success. Wise a speech will to published in pamphlet and is looked upon As his greatest Effort. There was a Largo attendance at the concert Given in or. Barrows Church the first Baptist upon the occasion of the inauguration of the great Organ. 1 it was built in Boston has 1,800 pipes and is considered by musicians the Best in the United states. Geo. W. Whiting of Boston organist was Tho performer at the inauguration and is the i Eusa Tion of Tho times. Quot a. The Norfolk journal of Tho 17th concludes a to article on the a Taylor farm Quot difficulty As follows a there was no difficulty at All it being simply u Mutiny in which the subject ensued in All its Points. Fli any diff. 0 pity exists a this time it is unknown to the l Reed ult no a Bureau. Cd Lumenia s. Coct. 17.�? ii. The recent Mission of the Radical convention to Day in Piug United states marshal offered a series of moderate resolutions which were adopted with the exception of five votes. Subsequently. Violent speeches. Were made by Bowen it right Elliot Delorge supported by Pillsbur. By and Mackey. They i heightened Tho delegates from tie Interior irom to hair position. A recon Ido i ution i was thereupon ordered and the resolutions Defeated lipping aban Aoud the convention in disgust satisfied that its schemes were of the wildest character unlit f it to supported by any respectable White or coloured men. Wright who opposed the Resolution most vehemently is a Coal Black african who at a former convention introduced a Resolution insisting that the next Vico president of the United states should be a negro. New. <jr,.i., fans oct. weaker. Sales s00 Bales middling 17i@lho. 1 Lour Dull lower grades drooping treble Corn firm White $1 40. Oats 75c. Toni vev5 Musil Udini daily s26 <f/2ti 25. Bacon Michau ged. Lard Dull and Utica aged. Gold my Sterling 55 to 55. New York sight Yiu. Yellow fever Intel meets .31. The Howard of this City sent 15 nurses to Memphis to attend yellow fever Patieus. Nov . 18.�?Cotton very Dull middliiig.l819c. Flour very quiet except retail lots. Wheat Dull Primo and Choice declined 5., Filer a grade.1 10c., lace its huge. Cum very Dull $1 45. Oais1. Dull 700lj 5c. Citico wry Dull. Provisions Dull Aini nominally unchanged. In v. On. Oct. Is. Cotton easier sales Itsjo is i c. Flour Dull Stato $0, 10 and 11 Southern 61t 75f<i,14 75. Wheat Amber state 2 75 White Michigan $3&Quot 35. Mixed Corn 37i-ci/two. Pork s22 31. Lard 13a�14ic. It governments Dull. Naval stores quiet i n rights heavy. y01 oct. L st cd very Money 7 per Ceuta Gold 111. Coupons of 1802111$. Virginia to s -15�4a. Nit Yoi a oct. P. A coupons of 18g2 111 a hew Issue 1001-. A Gold. 1-1-1 Tones shoo Gas til. Money a Active at a per cent. Sterling time 109 sight 1091 lower. Wheat l�2c. Dull and declining. Cotton quiet 19c. Richmond oct. 18.�?Tho congressional Railroad committee Are at work and have had several Railroad officers before them today. General Washburne of the congressional committee addressed a meeting of radicals in the capital Quot Square to night. He spoke for More than an hour and gave Good advice to the negroes and related Many anecdotes which pleased his hearers very much. Wilmington. Acct 18.�?arrived, the Steamer Fairbanks from new York and the Schooner Ida Nicholson from Savannah having lost her Bowsprit put in for repairs. The republicans have nominated general Abbott s. S. Ashley White and a. I Galloway coloured for the convention. Five of Tho negroes Aro dissatisfied because there Are not two of their cd Lor on the ticket. Havana oct. 17.�?santa Anna is sentenced to eight years banishment. Pier no. 5, on the North River andi.demolish-. Cd a building and carried itself into the River it killed two persons and wounded five More. Boston oct. 18.�?some benzine with which women were cleaning furniture ignited and. Burned two women to Day. Oue of them is dead and another terribly burned. , vt., oct. 18.�?a premature explosion ii a slate blast injured seven men three fatally two kegs of powder were poured into Tho Crevice and exploded it is supposed from fire remaining from a previous blast. Washington oct. base Ball convention met at Harrisburg a. Twenty clubs Wero represented. The Fythian club coloured of Philadelphia was excluded. There was a full Cabinet meeting today. Customs Lor the week ending october 12th,. $2,038,000. Silas d. Wood Deputy collector has been directed by the Secretary of the Treasury to act As collector of internal Revenue for the fourth District of Texas until the arrival of judge Evans recently appointed. of the Treasury has made a demand for reclamation on persons from Whom = the Treasury has recently receive div about eighty thousand dollars Worth of alleged. Seven thirty counterfeit pots. The department claim it a that in course of business understanding until the notes etc., ave Jiuu by examined Here thy Are at the risk if parties transmitting them. Should the l a ties to make satisfaction for the counterfeit unto Tho Treasury will take the advice it f the Alt Mien general in order to a determine its action. A the Revenue to Day was two Hundred and fifty four thousand dollars. Arch Bishop Spaulding arrived a per Sec iii ship Persia. The retrenchment committee is overhauling the printing Bureau of the Treasury eleven a Hundred thousand dollars Worth of questioned seven thirty notes have been traced. The suspicion is that these notes Are not counterfeits gains following special Post office agents were a appointed a in Mississippi Charles Gowen in Tennessee James White. Washington oct. 9.�?ina Well authenticated conversation the president expressed him self to the following effect regarding the impeachment he apprehended that the Radical leaders would become Moro desperate than Ever and hesitate at nothing to accomplish. Their revolutionary purposes. Referring to his suspension before conviction to said he would resist with All the Power which the Constitution furnishes for its own Protection. In Tho Cabinet circumstances necessitated a Shauge before the meeting of Congress and a change would be made. He will neither consult nor be governed by party cliques but draw around him men of ability nerve and patriotism alluding to general Sherman he will be Here Between the 10th and 17th of a november in ample time for the discharge of any duty however responsible which May devolve Ripon him. 1 Richmond oct. 18.�?wtith a View to making general Schofield defendant in Tho Case of mandamus and to exhaust remedies under the reconstruction act general Imboden under advice of counsel appealed from Tho decision of the registration Board. The following is the commanding general a reply 1st Mil. Dist.-, Richmond ya., oct. 18, 1807. F my a. 1. In Iliili n sic in reply to your communication submitted to Day appealing from the decision of the Board of registration of Rich mond City in rejecting you As a qualified voter l am directed by the commanding general to inform you that the decision of the Board of registration is sustained. Very respectfully your obit serv to s. u in a. A. G. A the conservatives Iuse full of Hope. Never has there been Intro Energy shown in a canvass than is. Now Liyung displayed by both sides. Each is Sanguino of Victory and both Aro doing their Best. Tho moderate negroes Are dissatisfied with Tho democratic no Nina tons. They say if Stu Dovaht and Evans Wero dropped and two negroes substitute Don Tho ticket it. Would carry and a Torch Light procession would1 Crown the but As it is they will Voto for Hunnicutt a party. Thero is a grand i Hunnicutt meeting being a held 111 the Square now and being addressed by him. The conservatives Are holding a meeting and Are confident. San i Vancisco oct. 19.�?partial returns from Twenty one counties show that Sprague democratic has a majority of eleven Hundred anti sixt3�?~-six. His election is conceded. St. Louis oct. 19. Thero is a dose Quarantino below Cario. Baltimore oct. 19.�?twelve or were fired from a,.negro military company and a White boy was killed instantly. Ti10 coroners verdict states that death was occasioned by a Musket Ball fued from Tho rear rank of a negro military company supposed to be Tho Butler guards and that it was totally without Cavise or provocation. I Zakle Iton s. C., oct. 19.�?arrived, British ship Scab nov from Bahia sailed British a Schooner Novitz for st Johns n. B. Schooner David Faust Lor Boston. Nit Yoni oct. 18.�?Money easier up to Tho close of the Elay. Tho Supply exceeds Tho demand. Tho relaxation is supposed to to caused by a return to Tho streets of the bal ances lacked up for several Days past. First class names no freely offered in Tho streets at 8�10 discount. Gold Aloyed weaker at 141 �144g. Governments Dull hut without special. Change. Stocks closed heavy with a general decline in Choice sub Treasury. Balance $114,000,000. A st. Louis oct. 18.�?wm. Murphy sentenced two years ago by military commission for ten years for burning steamboats on the Mississippi during the War and confined since in the Missouri Penitentiary was discharged today by Justice Miller. Miller decided that Murphy occupied the same position now As though he had not been tried or sentenced by a constitutional tribunal and on motion of the District attorney was recommitted until to Morrow. All Opportunity to renew the old or prefer new charges if any existed to be adjudicated before a constitutional tribunal. A Justice Miller was appointed by Lincoln and ii a Republican. At Pittsburg Tho United states authorities seized a Quaker Oil refinery. The detective having charge of the matter has successfully worked up facts against the claimants and the evidence show More sales by one firm of to via a a paid t o Iho government. A full expose will be made. Washington oct. 18.-commander Young of the Suwanee died at Manganilla. Washington oct. 19.�?seward will return on and Stec Smau were at the we Hite House to Day. Revenue receipts to Day $253,000. Receipts of the week $1,083,000. Receipts of the fiscal year to Date $05,500,000. National Bank circulation $299,000,000. Securities held for National Bank circulation $340,500,000. Deposits $38,250,000. The Flat head indians of Montana have renewed their depredations. It is reported mrs. Lincoln is about pub. Lishing certain private correspondence deeming herself forced thereto in self defence. The National base Ball club will Start northward to Morrow. The Atlantic club of Brooklyn won the prize at the Troy tournament. Smith of Tho athletics won Tho throwing Belt. To threw 270 feet g inches. The reported seizure of the Quaker City Oil refinery is denounced As a slander. A new military depot has been ordered by Grant at Jeffersonville ind. Synod now in Quot session Here. Laid on Flie table by a vote of 45 to 20, a Resolution that it would be expedient to unite with the new school. A report was made by a select committee taking the ground that present Union would be unfortunate. Richmond 19.�?it is understood that the supreme court of appeals of Virginia will on monday announce an opinion declaring tie stay Law unconstitutional. The question came no in the proceedings in the of Franklin Stearns. Judge Joyns who a was a Metner of Tho legislature when the Law was passed did not site colonel Stanton paymaster of this District received to Day $50,000 towards paying the expenses of Regis stat Ion in Virginia and $70,000 to pay off the troops. General Schofield Anu ounces tonight that he will give no office ii opinion As to the eligibility of individual candidates for the state convention until after the election. 1 Havana oct. 18.�?advices from Tho City of Mexico the 13th, and from Vera Cruz the 14th Are received. A Juarez had received a majority of the votes for president in the City of Mexico but the proposition for an amendment to the Constitution was Defeated. The general result of the presidential election is not yet known. A Quet Arayo the companion of Marquez in his flight had been discovered on the texan Frontier by a party of soldiers but had sue Cee Dedin again escaping. The roads in Mexico a a infested by Banditt and Are very unsafe for travellers. Or. Plumb Secretary of legation of the United states had arrived at the cite of Mexico. A the bolivian minister had been received by president Juarez. By the Steamer Louisiana a number of distinguished persons banished from Mexico arrived Here in for Europe among whom Aro the widow of Miramon and her a family and the Imperial Quot ministers of the Marine and of foreign oct. 19.�?the Atlanta opinion resumes publication this morning. A Savannah oct. 19.�?opposition to the convention is growing in this state. The recent letter of governor Treharn is having great influence. Baltimore oct. 19.�?the Board of police have issued an order forbidding processions or assemblages of armed men whether by Driy or Ottawa Canada oct. 19�? ten petitions bearing 0,000 signatures have been presented to the a Overheir general praying for the release of father Mcmahon. Several of the largest whisky houses in the City have been seized by the Revenue officers. Important results Are expected. New 1�?Toitk, oct. 21, los. Stocks Strong. Sterling time 108� sight 109. Money 7 per cent., in fair demand. Coupons of lti.g2 104g. Nev Issue Logaj Loloa 100q 7-30s 10 1 i. Virginia 0s 17i. Tennessee of $1,5.�? flour 15�25c. Lower. Wheat 2�3c.toweiv�? Corn a Shade lower. Pork lower $21 37i@. 21 50. Lard Dull 134@14ic. Cotton firmer 20c freights quiet. Turpentine Rosin rather More Active strained common $3 00 5,3 75. The report recently telegraphed that Colo Nel Gilbert had been tried and fined and reduced in rank for participation in the destruction of an Arkansas newspaper is unfounded. Major Pierce is the name of the officer tried. The sentence has been approved ahead Quad ter. Norw York oct. 20.�?a special cablo1 dispatch from Florence describes the Lio Inan situation As More serious a eight ironclads has been ordered to Tho coast. It is reported that a revolution Broko on in Rome on Friday and the excitement at Florence was very great. Washington oct. 20.�?the restoration of a picture by the Postol Lico. Department has led to the facts regarding Tho disposition of Booty from the army during the Anarch from Atlanta to Tho sea. Military orders Wero issued preventing its transmission by express. It was placed in Tho mail which waa Over Bur thened and it was dropped in Tho dead letter office whence it was transferred to Tho for amp a Many a Bureau and sold at auction. Only. Tho one picture on account of its rare Beauty w As returned. Tho articles filled Over u dozen 1 Largo boxes and Tho inventory covered a a Kindred pages of foolscap. This Envoi Story. \. J embraces a description of the articles whence sent the name of Tho sender and of Tho person to a whom it was addressed and Tho articles themselves were disposed of nearly three years ago. The chronicle Days in connection with the alleged change in Wilson a views regarding the impeachment that Wilson has written a letter stating he has expressed no opinion outside of the committee room. To has nth to been in the committee room Sinco Tho close of the session where it was understood he was averse to impeachment. Judge Redfield of Vermont sails for England to consummate a settlement of Trenholm Frazer amp affairs Quot on the basis adopted by Tho government and the american partners. General Grant has ordered the trial of Captai u Sharp. A mexican Grant in California called the Sobrane de san Jacinto is confirmed to Maria do Rosario de Aguirre wife of Don Jose Antonio. Aguirre. Tho tract contains -18,000 acres and is within 18 Miles of san Francisco. met it Nhon omit. 2i a arrived Schooie. Or Peacock from Galveston with four cases of yellow fever during the passage. One died the others recovered. "eukope1�kew�. London oct. 17.�?consols 93 9-10. Bonds sex coupons 08 Sugar firm at 26s. Lrvekpooj., t it. 17. A evening. A Cotton closed firm Uplands 8gd Orleans 8jd sales 15,000 Bales. Bread stuffs provisions and produce unchanged. London oct. 17.�?Tho specie decrease is �850,000. A Large amount has been shipped from London to Paris and the current continues that Way. Vienna oct. 17.�?the emperor of Austria has referred to a Council of ministers an address from Tho Bishops of the austrian Empire protesting against Tho new concordat. The emperor reproves the austrian Bishops a for Tho adoption of a paper so liable to create Public excitement when Tranquility is indispensable for the restoration of the country and lie rakes this occasion to remind them that the emperor of Austria is the constitutional Prince As Well As a True son of the Church. , oct. 17.�?a Council of ministers was held yesterday at Saint Cloud the emperor presiding. Tho result of its deliberations Inq n Racop fjord lately intervene for Tho settlement of the roman question but without acting longer in conjunction with Tho Lillian government. A Dublin oct. 177�?Tho Catholic Bishops of Ireland have issued an address denouncing strongly Tho established Church National schools and Fen Ian ism. Madied oct. 17.�?general in Sundi declines Tho of Cuba. It is reported that Chili wants to treat with Spain for peace. London oct. 17.�?the police Are in search of Tho fenian Captain Kilby in this City. Florence oct. 17.�?late advices from the South represent that Many fights have taken place Between invaders and papal troops with various results. Paris oct. 17.�?evening.�?specie in the Bank of France decreased four million francs. Rentes still declining. The Patrie argues for French intervention to save Italy from anarchy. London oct. 17.�? it is reported that the King of Prussia and emperor of Russia have demanded Tho cession of Crete to Greece. London oct. 17.�?the times says rat Ozzie must order National troops to Rome and anticipate Tho arrival there of both Garibaldi an and regular troops and declare the boldest policy is Tho Best for Italy and advises her to seize Romo and treat with France Tho fenian alarm continues additional precautions against an outbreak Aro being made in Scotland. A prize fight Between Mace and Baldwin is to come off in France. Vienna oct. 17.�?the reply of the emperor Francis Joseph to the austrian Quot Bishop was received with cheers in the diet. London oct. 17.�?later advices from Rio Janiero report that general metro remained Idle before the paraguayan position. The brazilians were disgusted and the Allied Fleet Wero by Tho Paraguay ans. The peace party prevailed in Brazil. Peruvian general a Guiga is reported dead. The Garibald ians have taken Possession of the town of Nevada where they have entrenched themselves and await the arrival of other bands. Increased numbers sufficiently enable them to make further Advance. Ltd Liverpool oct. 18.�? Cottor. Unchanged. Sales 15,000 Bales. A Liverpool oct. 18�?2 r. firmer and More Active quotations unchanged Esti matched sales 18,000 Bales. Manchester advices favourable. Biea stuffs heavy and nominal. 0orn 40@49. California wheat 1g@23 Western 14@ 10.london oct. 18�?12 11.�?consols 93.�? Bonds g8i. London oct. 18.�?tue> times urges Italy to seize Rome and then treat with France and declares the. Boldest policy the Best for Italy. London oct. 18. 93g. Bonds of Frankfort oct. 18.�?evening.�?bonds 73. Liverpool oct. 18.�?evening.�?Cotton advanced cd. Middling Uplands 8jd. Orleans 8yd. Sales to Day 20,000 Bales. Copenhagen oct. 18.�?Captain Bille late danish legation at Paris has been appointed minister to the United states. Florence oct 18.�? reinforcements of volunteers which h id been recruited in France Anil Spain arrived in Rome. When last heard from Menotti Garibaldi with considerable Force had succeeded in reaching Tho Vicinity of Rome and was still advancing. Pairs oct. 18.�?the reported flee of transports and ironclads at Toulon had already received orders to sail for Rome but its departure is not yet announced. Florence oct. 18.�?Tho troops of Victor Quot Emanuel Aro still guarding the Frontier states of the Church and prevent All Garibald ians passing Tho Boundary line. A. It is reported that a. Plan of insurrection within Tho Walls of Rome has been exposed and the leaders arrested and imprisoned. London oct. 18.�?at a Public dinner at Manchester Given to Tho Cabinet Derby spoke in defence of the Reform Bill. Stanley said i10 hoped the peace of Europe would be preserved and alluding to american affairs said Tho Alabama controversy was still open but time had soothed the irritation Between the two countries. Farragut received Tho Lorda of Tho Admiral Ity at Portsmouth yesterday of Board the. Franklin. London oct. 19.�?it is understood arrangements have been made which will reduce the Cable rates 50 per cent., to take effect november 15. London oct. 18, following dispatch has been received from Florence direct dated to night a it is reported that general Garibaldi has again escaped from Caprera and that he left the Island on Board an american ship. The Garibald ians have appeared in Tho Western District Between Romo and Tho sea. A they have taken Possession of the railway running Between the City of Rome and the seaport of Ostia and. Torn up Tho rails preventing All communication. It is still believed hero in l Lorenco that the governments of Italy Quot and Franco have a perfect understanding with each other and Are really acting together in Tho treatment of the roman question. A a i. I 6iie,oct.21. Tho to portion Fri boy announce a fierce fight at Verlo during which the papal troops recaptured the town and the Garibald ians suffered a heavy loss. Pauls oct. 20, Tho official journals say that within an hour Raly must announce her determination to support the revolutionary movement on Rome to execute a convention and France must decide peace or War Accorti Ingy Frankfort oct. 20.�?bonds 73j. Florence oct. 20.�?a petition signed bar 12,000 Romany has been presented to the Pope by the roman City Council headed a a senator of Rome praying his holiness to allow the italian troops to occupy Rome. Liverpool oct. 20.�?Tho Steamer Britannic arrived. Special to the new Orleans times. Washington oct. 19.�?i learn from official sources that Jefferson Davis will certainly 3js tried in november even if chief Justice Chase shall for any reason fail to preside. These is now nothing known to prevent him in Tho Case but the determination of both sides is to urge trial at once though it should us ult farce or the a hearing before that superficial lawyer and political mount Bank Underwood. It will be recollected that Captain Shaff not -Fesg-5 �s2turfccrea-mi3iroppai>lin�?othefer-senal at mount Vernon ala., under the most outrageous circumstances. Shaff was Rieol merely for assault and Battery. The proceedings of that trial have been set aside by order of the government and an order issued that Shaff be tried for murder. Texas Tiesis. the Board of registrars for Hunt county have closed their labors. registered 803 Whites and 15fi Blacks. Total number registered in the county 955.on the 3d inst., there were one Hundred cases of yellow fever at Lagrange and an average of twelve deaths a Day. General a. B. Norton has purchased the commercial bulletin newspaper publishes in Tho thriving City of Jefferson in this state. The Cotton have refrained from making any remarks in regard to this years crop of Ootton from that it has Beer threatened with destruction worm ail danger being passed we can safely state that the crop of this and adjoining counties is better and will yield More to Tho acre than any crop for several years past. We Are of opinion that there Are less acres planted than prior to the War but Tho crop being so much better thin usual the yield will be a fair average for these it courier 12th. On last monday a Young Man by Tho name of Smith was arrested near Sherman by a Paris who pursued him from Ellis county. To in charged with murdering a citizen of Eric county and after throwing his body into a Well took a Fine horse Tho property of tiie murdered Man and attempted to escape to Missouri but was overhauled and arrested near this place. He was taken Backo to Ellis courier. Tic late epidemic Anions the military enll3tmcnti at Galveston. Headquarters District or Texas Gal Valston oct. 14, 18g7. Elinor of Flake s bulletin sir at the request of Tho enlisted Mec. On duty at these Headquarters i have the. Honor to place before you Tho result of the late epidemic among us and As the publication of Tho same May relieve Many a pared or relation of Tho anxiety manifested on 00-Casions of this kind you will greatly oblige us by giving the Samo a space in your columns. I have the Honor to be sir very respectfully your obedient servant William Busic chief clerk office a. A. A. General died. Corporal c. private c. Bannister. A a w. G. Curtis. It A. Clark. A a j h Dougherty. A a t. . Private w. N. Haines a a w. Murray. A a Mettelman. A a c. Rohl. A a g. Smith. A a h. Worrall w Burk. A a t. W. Clark. A a c. Cunningham. A a b. F. Wonlah. A a Connor. A a a. Denny. A a h. Ii. Grant. Privato p. King. A a Mcclain. A a j.,Mcginty. A a B. Shear Riff a a a F. Stokes. A a Szokoly. T. E. Turner. Privato e. P. Wheeler. Escaped. Private h. Albrinck. Private g. Williams Sergt. Alvin Mcalistor. American securities in Consul in Frankfort in writing to Tho department of state says that a leading financier it that City remarks rather strikingly that Trio unceasing demand for american securities in easily explained by the circumstance that amp a a United states Aro making exception from All the states of reduced Carresi by for while Tho latter Aro obliged to cover deficiencies by the contraction of new loan under More and More onerous conditions Ancl Are thereby More and More embarrassing the air finances the United states Aro successfully working for a reduction of their Public debt and a consolidation of Tho same by paying off their obligations at Short maturity
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