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Galveston Flakes Semi Weekly Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 14, 1867, Galveston, Texas 4 it Semi Weill in yet a 7% it in a a a �2lfi3 it a a Quot a Feir Jolt a i a. A Quot. A a a a Rosr �1u / v v. O a to yol a Galveston thursday morning. September 14,., 1867. Not 45�telegraphic. I associated press dispatch . I new Yoio a sept. .9.�?T�?monoy without perceptible change. Gold excited and advanced told in but receded and closed at 143 rumours and complications made the basis the Advance. Foreign Exchange lower and closed at 10@1092. Stocks firmer at close with recovery from lowest Point. Governments closed weak. Business it the sub Treasury receipts 32,196,978 payments $4,986,968 balance $11,423,677. Reliable advices from new Grenada announce that Trio columbian Congress has extended the Panama Railroad franchise 99 years for one million dollars Cash Gold and annual payments n Quarter a million. Titusville ph., sept. 9.�?the Herald this City Days myer Murks m. S. Marks h. J. Marks and Jacobs were to Day convicted at Warron a. They received he Eavy fines and imprisonment for secreting goods m. Marks for the purpose defrauding h. B. Claflin and others new York creditors . Marks. The ease is highly important. Witnesses re e in attendance from new Orocu Insaad California and numerous parties interested in the suit in different parts the country. New sonic sept. 10.�?arrived, Steamer Manhattan with general Sickles Board. New York sept. 10.�?flour better. Wheat @5e. Corn quiet. Pork steady. New mess $21 80@$25 85. Cotton quiet 2g@27c. For Uplands. Rosin quiet 4a for common. Stocks Dull and heavy. Money �?�1@5 a coupons egg Premium new Issue 05� Virginia Sixes new Issue 52. A Savas nah ga., sept. 10.�?josephs. Caru to ers treasurer Central Railroad Bank ii a icon ded with $8000 $9000 ohm saturday lust. One thousand dolls re Reward has been Tereh fails . Post land me,./sept. 9.�?chamberlain was elected governor yesterday by about 1400 majority. The democrats have in ado gains throughout Tho state. The a Republican loss in Bath is 247. Biddeford gives a democratic majority 240 against 90 last year. The democrats will give representation in some towns but not enough to give them much a Lowrin the legislature. 109 towns gave Chamberlain Over 6000 majority. There is a a publican loss it Over 9000. Havana sept. 8.�?santa annals son is contemplating an expedition into Mexico. Two Cigar makers engaged in a strike have Leen thrown into prison. I. The payment taxes is very slow. Ottenburgh presented credentials to Juarez a minister plenipotentiary the United a takes the 20th. M. Magua prussian minister at Mexico pc eps in seclusion it san Luis. He is supposed insane and disregards the order irom Prussia to leave the country. Tel Goff arrived at Vera Cruz tlio2gtb, and left for the capital next Day. Cut Eugui a telegraphed to Washington utter receiving his his determination leave in september. A new Oble Anh sept. 10.�?sales 175 Bales Cotton at Dull and irregular prices Low middling 23. Receipts in three Days 52 Bales. Exports in same time 2102 Bales. Sugar and molasses unchanged. Flour Dull super iii $8 25. Corn Dull and declined 5c. Oats Dull at 70c. Pork advanced 25c. Mess $27 50�$27 75 Bacon shoulders acc. Clear hides 20c sugar cured hams 25c, All jobbing rates sales to arrive a 15-1 for shoulders 19i for Clear sides. Primo lard in ,11c�?� it. Gold 143@1-13j. Sterling 54 �057. New York sight $ Premium. V new Youk Sopt. 10.�? flour state and Western 15030c. Better chiefly the higher grades Southern firmer do. At $13 00@15 50 common to Eho Ico wheat 5@7c. Better. Corn opened Dull but closed Active at l@2c. Higher. Oats less Active and easier. Pork heavy and lower closed at $24 02. Whisky., quiet and steady sales 100 bbl it 3gic., in Bond. drooping sales 190 Bales at 26c Rico nut Haugck nominally quiet. Money unchanged Gold 143a@14i. Stocks buoyant closed with Good Advance. Government securities steady. Exchange quiet. Washington Sopt. 10.�?Tho official correspondence Tho subject United Statcy claims great Britain Foi spoil nations committed american Commerce by the Alabama and other Confederate privateers shows this government will Ayrice Only to unrestricted arbitration in every ease. sept. 10.�?general Canby has issued the following orderer second Milmak diet duct i Cua no Ixos s., o., sept. 10th, 1807. J Iris my hrs no. 80 it being known that Many persons subject to parole under the terms surrender the Iab urgent armies have since in Lih Day april iaii5, voluntary exiled themselves from Tho states lately in rebellion thereby evading the Oti ligation Lanty assumed and faithfully i Zurc Ishii by Alt others subject thereto and have since Rulu rued to the United states it is ordered Teal All Tsieh persons now resident Domicilia m the who May hereafter become residents domiciled within Tho limits the second military District Tho states North Carolina and South Carolina will be required to give within thirty Days after the receipt tills order at the Headquarters Tho Post District in which Iiley May to resident domiciled Tho parole prescribed Tho 9th Day april 18g5. Tho parole will to Given in duplicate Ono to to retained by Tho person who gives it and Tho other to to forwarded to Tho District Headquarters for record and to to transmitted. Tho Provost Marshall Trio District is charged with Tho execution this Ordor. By cot Marid Brevet major general Canby Louis v. Razor a. A. G. A new Tomt sept. 10.�?gonoral Sheridan arrived in st. Loin last night and was Tho recipient a. Grand reception at Tho hands Tho radicals. Lie declined making a speech and assorted positively that to had no Tasto for politics nor ambition for political preferment. . In Tho evening a Torfli Light procession pm ism id the hotel whore the general was Stuy ing and speeches Woro Nindo by Carl Shurz and go Cruor Smith. Sheridan merely returned thanks to Tho people for Tho demonstration Asser tining again Liis inability to Mako a speech. From 20,000 to 30,000 persons assisted in Tho demonstration. Iio leaves for Leavenworth this. Afternoon. del., sept. 10.�?Tho Este Sivo spice Mills c. S. Fell &bro., doing business in Philadelphia was burned. The Mill was one the largest in Tho country. Los3 Quot very heavy. Poughkeepsie n. Y., sept 10.�?reverend . T. H. Taylor Rector Grace Church new York City died last night at his summer residence at West Point. Philadelphia sept. 10.�?the Boot arid shoo makers halve struck for Twenty per cent a Advance. Itiba reported that a portion the hops have agreed to give the Advance. New Orleans Sopt. 10.�?forty-two yellow fever deaths up to 0 clock this morning. Savannah sept. 10.�?joseph Caruthers defaulting Teller the Central Railroad Bank shipped Hoard the Schooner we. Gregory As mate for Havanna. Tho Schooner was overhauled by the Pilot boat two Miles out to sea. She was brought Back in a leaking condition with five feet water in her hold. Insured in the Western Phoenix. Caruthers says he allowed it Friend to overdraw his accounts but took not u Dollar himself. New York sept. 11.�?stocks very Strong. Gold 144. Money 4 to 5 per _ Sterling 9 to 10j. 62 coupons 14�. Virginia Sixes now Issue 50. Flour 10 to 20 cents better. Wheat 2 to 3 cents better. Corn unchanged and prices quiet. Oats 1 cent lower. Pork $21 37j to $2i 60. Lard and a quiet. Cotton Dull and lower 25 to 26. Turp Eutize -60i. , common $4 80 very firm. Washington sept 11.�?the heavy Radical loss in Maine creates intense excitement. The lower House which last session had but thirteen democrats is now claimed by that party. The great Central states new York Pennsylvania and Ohio Are claimed As certain Imd Trio defeat in Ohio conceded. Sew Yorik sept. 10.�?money 405 Gold 1451 �?T02 coupons 14. Flour has advanced ii icily Low grades. State $80$11 South Orn $11 250$13 75. Southern Amber wheat $2 50. Corn easier mixed Western $2 24. Pork $24 40. Lard 13 a 14? a whisky quiet. Cotton in. Lower sales 102g Bales. Freights firmer. 0 Niew cleans sept. 11.�?Cotton Dull and unsettled. Sales 250 Bales. Low middling 23c nominal. Receipts 234 Bales. Flour Dull triple extra $10-� 75 Choice extra �12 25. Corn Dull mixed $1 15 White $1 17�o01 20. Oats Dull unit unchanged. Mess pork s28 50. Bacon shoulders 15ic Clear sides 20c Choice sugar cured hams 25c. Lard in pierces Luc. A Gold 1443� 115. Sterling 156015�o now York sight a Premium. Yellow fever deaths for Tho Twenty four hours sliding at 5 this morning c7 in Tho common Council last night the election for As instant recorders resulted in the election thirty negroes and Ono White Man. Negroes were also chosen to several other municipal positions. New York sept. 11.�?Tho commercial understands that several fatal cholera cases occurred among Tho troops governors Island. The disease prevails there alarmingly. Communication with the City is interdicted. A Fatui Case is reported West 39th Street. New York. Sept 11.�?the world has Tho following. 1bangor sept. 10.�?the result she election yesterday in Milieu has astonished both parties. The immense Republican majority last year which was 28,000, has been nearly if not quite overcome and it will take some Days to decide certainly whether not the Radical candidate for governor was elected. The counties York Knox Lincoln Washington and Aroostook have certainly been gained by Tho Demor carats and others Are in doubt. Washington sept. 11.�?records in the attorney getter Al a office show 18,000 pardons previous to Tho recent ninety. It is a question whether Tho Brevet rank above brigadier general is excluded from am Nesty and whether the term a a agents a includes those who went abroad to sell Bonds and Cotton. There is no immediate Prospect Cabinet changes though Tho pressure continues. A Washington dispatch says four Hundred soldiers entered Tho Transfer depot drove off Tho guards and got very drunk. A. 11 Evento receipts to Day $272,000. Tab a a Mana Killam again played in pairs. A a Paris letter to the London Star no Tes among Tho incidents the Day Tho Reform which Trio austrian baud has succeeded in electing in the martial Musio trance. For the last sixteen years Tho parisians have had no other patriotic air than a part int pour la Syrie a but Tho other evening at Tho Cirque Dull Imperatrice Tho demand for a la Marseilles was so pressing so violent that the austrian baud yielding to the shrieks Tho people a True up that splendid that most warlike tunes the Melody which wont ringing through Trio House As a spirit moving a train with All its burst Rich Harmony and its Mournful waiting. Truly the enthusiasm the Public was . Thousands people were there exulting a Harmony that Long suppressed song beat iii time to its rhythm and shouting in their full i urged Ness admiration. Tho correspondent says a i understand now Why Tho present government dreads allowing this popular and military liar being played and Sung in Trio streets Paris the towns France. The effect it is most stirring and irresistible. I understand also Why in Tho Crimea As Well Asiu Italy Why it Lual Akolt As Woll As at Solferino Why Oil Tho barricades As Woll As the Battle Field this National tune this exciting ditty produced such exultation among Tho combatants All Tho National songs All March ing airs Nono has a More maddening effect than a la Marseillaise a Nono is Moro appropriate to awake ideas Slaughter vengeance Sabro clashing bullets flying horsemen charging and standards waving. And this May porn maps explain Why most the papers Tho opposition now express Tho Hope that Tho French authorities having allowed Tho austrian band to play that patriotic tune Tho Fauna favor to nil musicians in Elxia Admiral Farragut is received with much Russia. On Tho 15th ult. To was entertained at a banquet by Tho grand Duka Constantino and the following Day the latter visited Tho fing ship Franklin. Complimentary visits have Beon continually interchanged since the arrival Tho Fleet in Eui Sian water�.13 hj115 a Peak Al is x7 A a a a London sept. 9�?evening.�?consols closed at 94 9-16 5-20�?Ts better at 73i Frankfort september 9�?evening. A Bonds closed at 763. Liverpool sept. 9�?evening.�?Cotton, closed Dull with a declining tendency Uplands 9jjd. Orleans 10gd. Sales 10,000 Bales bread stuff s firm Corn has advanced 3gs. For. New. Mixed. London september 8.�?Tho report from constantinople that Tho British captives in Abyssinia had gained their Freedom proves without foundation in fact. The Sublime Porte has again intimated to the european Powers that it cannot admit any intervention their part in the affairs Candia an d therefore absolutely decline to adopt i he project a joint commission inquiry. Southampton sept. 9.�?the steamship new York Captain Ernest which left new York the 29th ult., arrived Early this afternoon and after Landing her English passengers and mails and packages sailed for Bremen. A it a Quot Geneva sept.-. 8.�? the delegates to Tho peace Congress Are arriving from parts in Europe. General Garibaldi has reached this City from Florence uis reception by friends and by citizens in Quot Geneva r was most enthusiastic. He made a Brief speech. He declared his purpose to move Rome was unalterable. And the plan action though deferred would soon be carried into effect. A Paris sept. 9.�?a speech made by the grand Duke Baden at the opening the diet at Coblenz. In which he advocated Alliance with the North German confederation a gives Rise again to feelings uneasiness in political circles. A fears Quot Are entertained this the recent com a a plications will be renewed and questions which will again disturb the Tranquility Europe. A London sept. 10, 2 p. 73q. Others unchanged. Liverpool sept. 10.�?Cotton Dull owing to the unfavourable Trade report the Manchester Market drooping. Breads Tufis firmer. Berlin sept. .10�?evening.�?the second parliament the confederation North German states met in this City to Day. And was formally opened by King William Prussia in person. In his speech from the throne the King commenced by addressing a warm Welcome to the representatives As members the first German parliament which had met under the new Constitution. Alluding to the position the South German states he said their National relations with the rest Germany had been fixed by the treaties the Zollverein which they had signed. To assured the members that the financial condition the confederation was excellent its Revenue so far has been quite sufficient to meet All expenditure. He promised that Bills would be introduced providing for the Complete and equal settlement the terms and c6nditions military service making All necessary regulations in regard to passports prescribing a system weights and measures for the country regulating. Postal establishments and consulates in All foreign ports and to Tho Protection Tho. Commercial Marino the confederation everywhere the High seas. The King concluded his speech with the following a peaceful aspiration and Progress is to be the great principle underlying All Jour discussions. Your work will be a work . Peace and by gods Blessing fatherland will in peace enjoy the fruits your labor. A London sept. 10.�?silas c. Hering new a York writes to the Lodon times from Paris that the commission to which was referred Tho question Between English and american manufacturers As to the comparative merits their respective safes has dissolved without making any decision. St. Petersburg sept 10.�?the Shah Praia has accepted an invitation from emperor Alexander to visit Russia. It is Uncertain whether Tho Shah will extend his visit beyond Tho Crimea. Preparations for his journey Are now being Mude. Florence sept. 10.�?the statement that Garibaldi visited and dined with the prussian ambassador is contradicted. London. Sept. 10�?evening.�?consols 94 6-1g. Bonds 73j. Frankfort sept. 10. A evening a Bonds closed 76 j. Liverpool sept. 10. closed heavy at further decline t american descriptions middling Uplands Orleans Lod. London sept. 10.�?evening.�?the races at Doncaster were inaugurated to Day attracting a very Large audience. Filly stakes won by Oaikena. Glasgow stakes by Donald Boiu. Great Yorkshire Liau Diepp by Seville. In Tho race for Champion stakes was first and virtue second but the former ruled out for overweight and stake awarded to virtue. stakes won by Tripoli. Betting upon the famous st. Ledger the greatest event at the Doncaster meeting is very spirit a i. Slashing race anticipated. A London sept. 10.�?consols 94 9-1g. Bonds 73. Liverpool sept. 10, Dull Uplands 9j. Orleans 10 sales 10,000 Bales. Bread stuff s quiet. Miss Sedge Wilc was not Tho first Romance writer this country. Charles Brocken Brown wrote romances before Slio did and Wos probably the first. On sunday Llev. Div Sprague celebrated Tho forty eight anniversary his ordination As a minister the gospel and Tho thirty eighth his ministry in Albany. At Mevicker a theatre Chicago miss Lotta is Ono Tho first a a stars engaged for those son. Among Tho others Aro . Jefferson Edwin Adams . And mrs. Barney Williams and . And lira. Florence. A private letter from Paris states that m. Alexandre Dumas is engaged a new novel Tho scene which is Laid in this country Tho time being that Tho civil War. Tia understood that Many Tho details and incidents Havo Boon furnished by Tho eccentric Eque Trienne Adah Isaacs Menken Hee Nati what Lse Tho lady a name May to. Mias men Kon is not without literary proclivities a certain order and is reported to have kept a journal in which Aro amassed Many occurrences which Aro to to a worked up in Tho now Romanco after m. Dumas own in comparable manner. 1 Cotton and Ospitale Quot it is a common saying that Cotton is Gold. In Ono sense it is True. Other products Are not Gold that is not Exchange Solo for Gold because they Are not available for Export. Northern writers sometimes boast the enor. Mous value Tho Hay crop. But double treble the yield Hay what could to done with it Tho excessive Quot Supply would Only have Tho effect reducing the Market is too Bulky to Bear exports to foreign countries for Tho Cost its transportation would be More than its value when it reached Market. This has Beon illustrated in our immediate Vicinity with one our own Staples. The time has been when the Price molasses in now Orleans would not repay the planter for the outlay for barrels and transportation nay hardly for the barrels alone. This applies As Well to Many other articles produce. Tho people the United states might be overwhelmed by an excess production and yet from similar Good Fortune among transatlantic. Nations they might have nothing that they could profitably Export nothing that had an exchangeable Worth. Cotton Tho contrary from its Little bulk and Universal value is Al ways unchangeable will always to equal to Gold to pay Lor foreign products which it May be Ouri Terest to import. In this View Cotton is Gold. Gold the product the mine in Gold Tho exchangeable value. But although Gold is Gold it requires capital to product it. Gold May be scooped up Froin the creeks. And picked up in tie diggings., but it requires capital even to scoop and pick up. Tho Miner must have his subsistence his clothing his shelter his tools All furnished before hand. Without the capital for food raiment roof and pick he cannot to brought to the diggings and. Set to work. Gold May exist in never such masses below the surface economically speak Ingilis not Gold until Tabor has Bro aught it Forth and made it available for exchanges. It a is not tie Gold Commerce. \ and so with Cotton. The Cotton states May have the capacity for the production four and a half million Bales. But what Avail is it to them unless like the miners they have the subsistence clothing tools and labor to Oring it Forth. Now All these require capital. Require Gold and without them the production Cotton is impossible. Let us see what is wanted to make available. 100 Bales Cotton even where the Plantation is already stocked Aud furnished with All the necessary implements husbandry mules Gin Etc to Mako 100 Bales will require Tho labor 25 hands. Tho pork com Etc for these 25 hands can hardly beset Down at less than $1500. The food for the cattle would amount to $800. The Wear and tear the machinery and Smiths a work for repairs would no doubt reach $300. Tho subsistence for the necessary servants the overseer planter would be about $800. The wages 25 labor ors at $15 per month for ten working months would be $3,750. New without including rent interest the value the Plantation and Stock Here a a. Total $7,150. The payment this amount the advancing this capital is a condition precedent to the malting the crop. If the planter has his land his implements and machinery and his labourers at hand All ready and in working condition still to cannot cultivate and Picur his crop without obtaining Tho additional capital necessary for Tho purpose. To formerly got it from his. Fact. His Factor contributed a part from his own capital and a part from Bank accommodations. For this there was ample Security. There Vyas the value Tho land and slaves the Reliance which could to placed ultimate production because the labor could be relied the responsibility the planter and finally the credit Tho Factor. All these were available to secure the banker and the capital was accordingly forthcoming. Now there is no slave value for a basis. The labor hired freedmen is notoriously unreliable. Without labor the Plantation is worthless. Therefore the Plantation furnishes no satisfactory Security. From All these causes ultimate production becomes doubtful. Hence the growing crop cannot be relied . With such general unreliability the planters responsibility vanishes. For the same cause the factors credit is diminished. It is not Manifest then that Cotton undeveloped is not Gold any More than Gold is Tho Gold Commerce until placed in the Market by the Aid capital. If 100 Baleto require an Advance $7,150 a crop 2,500,000 will need $118,150,000 the expenses transporting a the crop to Market Tho impolitic and restrictive excise Tho charges Factor age even Tho baling and ties As Well As the rent interest Tho original investment in Tho Plantation Aro All. Omitted in the above because they May be promptly collected from the net proceeds provided the crop is promptly sold its arrival. But wit Liou these nearly two Hundred millions Active capital Are required to enable the South to raise a two and a half million crop. Supposing that a Moiety this sum in furnished from the resources the Trade $90,000,000is still wanted. Hence it is that the South needs capital and that the manufacturers merchants and ship owners Tho North and great Britain Are directly interested in supplying Tho want. Without furnishing Tho capital they will the Orleans prices current. A do Dreyse has invented a now Rifle which thrown grenades explosive bullets and which is shortly to be Trees a Spandau a. It is a Breech loader the system the Needle gun Aud sends the missiles to a great distance and with extraordinary effect. Its indirect fire against fixed covered targets is affirmed to product most surprising results. The grenade when filled and ready for use is perfectly Safe in the pocket and so delicate in its construction that once it leaves Tho muzzle Tho Rifle it will burst in passing through even a Sheet paper. On exploding the fragments product most disastrous effects scattering Over a space five feet by three. The Rifle is Light and easily Gazette aug. 14th. A coloured preacher recently said in a prayer a to lord be pleased to shake your Groat Tablecloth Over your hungry children Dat Doy May to fed wid do crumbs your another preaching at port Hudson used Tho following illustration a de whole gods relation to us am like Tho weel. Do lord Jesus Christ am do Hub do christians am do spokes and do Tiro am do Grace god a binding Mem All together and do nearer we got to do Hub de to go to each Quot Quot a res a i Ikea. The Bonham Fannin county nows 31sl ult reports the number registered Iatha a county up to that Date As follows Whites Lolita. Blacks 488�?total 1502. The Crocket Sentinel 2d inst. Says registration closed in this county a a Satur Day last with Tho following result number coloured voters 770, Whites 517�?total 1287-colored majority 253 applicants for in Dor. .104. The above report was furnished us by Moore Tho clerk the Bofird registrars and course is Correct. If All persons Quali. Fie to Register had turned out the total would have reached about 1900. A great Many lakes As Woll a Whites failed to Como out a fact much to be regretted. The Cotton worm Havo Como out their web and the a grand army is fully in motion. Spreading devastation and making the Greova i places waste. The leaves Are fast disappearing and the Bare stalks Are left standing like the chimneys and stacks in Louisiana Asmon Zuments the baseness the invaders. From our accounts As Well As from personal observation we would judge that one fourth s i Cotton crop would be a full estimate for Houeston county. 1captain Turner the Schooner Algerine who arrived in this City this morning report having witnessed at about Tho hour i. Of Slotik wednesday night a terrific Antcli splendid phenomenon in Trio descent a immense meteor into Liao Ontario struck the water not Moro than three Hundred i Yards from his vessel. Tho Captain states it that a few moments previous to Tho appear Anee Holiad Como up from his Cabin deck. And was standing Tho main Hatch. The a , a oiling Tongi finely with a Light Southwest Breeze for port. Dalhousie and about twelve Miles folic Niagara Lighthouse bearing Southwest. Pro gently his attention was attracted by a Sudder. Illumination from Tho Northwest a hich Al increased to a dazzling Brilli amp a by. A turning to beheld Largo body fire in. The heavens which needed to to approaching at a descent Abott dirty degrees Anco growing rapidly larger As it Canio nearer the observation time being so Brief is hardly to admit computation in seconds the Captain Turner that certain and Complete destruction awaited a. His vessel and All Board As Tho terrific.-, missile seemed to to directed to strike the vessel broadside. The time for reflection however was Brief and the was so blinding in its effect that Tho Man at the a wheel and another Tho Crew fell prostrate and remained for some time completely stupefied with terror. The Captain himself As he states remained transfixed and saw the fiery body enter the water Wojno 300 Yards ahead his vessel about two Points to the Windward. A loud explosion attended the Contact with Tho water which was Sharp Ami deafening equal to a Thunderbolt close hand and a Largo volume steam and ascended into the air which was noticed for. Some Toome uts afterwards. \ in the confusion the moment was unable to comprehend what Lac ,. Occurred and the Crew Wero inclined to he Lieve that the phenomenon was an explosion lightning the sky being perfectly cloudless at Tho time. Tho Captain estimates As Wol Fasho was enabled to judge from Tho Brief time for observation afforded that Tho meteor Wasa body about Twenty five feet in diameter. A Long Tram -fl�mep.fthe.most.int�iiso Bril a Iancy was noticed As it struck the Waters Captain Turner describes his sensation his faculties for Tho moment were All compressed in the sense sight so overwhelming was the. Light from Tho fiery object but he was so Psi blog a terrific whizzing Bowling noise Sim ii amp to to that made by the steam issuing from escape pipe a Steamer which att led Trio. Meteor previous to Tho grand explosion striking the Waters. Captain Turney arrived at port Dalhouse wednesday morning. A he a assures us that his nervous system did not re -. Cover from the Shock experienced for Ryan Jav Livours afterwards Hamilton Ontario times aug. 22cz. It has been estimated that if Trio Stream Quot burning Coal Oil made by the pouring out a six Hundred thousand Gallons at the Burnita. Of Middleton a Coal Oil stores last sunday night had not been cheeked by a dams hastily thrown up but had been allowed to continue its course it would not Only have greater portion Grifoli Utown Down and. Lit a a Ofifi grub in altogether beyond the Cou tool the lire Dupar lenient but it would have. Passed through Trio red Creek blazing up in spouts a Lume Tovai Rory solver grate for Many feel Zubova the streets wish ii Force that no water could subdue and in f inc there would i amp be been none available eos it until poured out in Trio River making Ziaee this All us put the Point a sheet1 fl.iu-?. Titis would have t�eej�-., a Tractive to shipping up. The a it get is Viiu Nii i tha sewers would Teit airily live been to the nil dish a Iro unti. It Aiu Tjw it that Tho fiery liquid when confined to thu dams Burnt wit i fury for More than six hour exhibiting intensity heat Aud column a. F flame for words to describe. Tilo volume burning flu a Beau Cio bled i it it Tho., 20,000 barrels in he other stores it might Havo been found impossible to it re it its Nia Reli it Ati notion and for five Houim this trembled in Tho Balauch 1 this a How the a Taong 000 Tarrida Coal Oil in a Pineo Chi re if a fire should Kireak out Giuong them and Attoa them to burst they would be in the most position to flow into thu City and bum the greater part it Down. Cool a it Flection Tho terrible c Dimita a averted Showa us in a very Strong it it. The gratitude we owe to the tire Dei Iai Tui it which Ofifi Mikil Tho burning monster to the spot where it broke Gid the a a Tusl 20., a i a. Lobster Lias been in Jones orly Maine which measures two feet five Cheti i length. It Wei i Twenty is Ven pounds my mean fire i about Twenty inches a Rouil Trio Zoiaw weight nine p Iund i. The City Lle Iphis has compromised r claim arising from the ant negro riots c f a ago by agreeing with them Ruthee i a coloured in Orch then destroyed to furnish lumber cult a a maternal for the rebuilding to the amount Ono thousand Dollar i. A �?~�\�5 a a
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