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Galveston Flakes Semi Weekly Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 21, 1867, Galveston, Texas R7 8emi-weekly it o kit nyx sax a vol. , saturday morning september 21 -1867. No.-47.telegraphic i associated in Mcaa new Yoke sept. 18.�?flour a Shade firmer. Wheat . Oatslc.@2o. Lower. Pork. $24@$25. Lard and whisky quiet. Got ton Dull 24ic@25c.freights quiet. Turpentine Little easier at 59c@60c. Rosin steady common 46�. Stocks heavy and excited. Money c per cent. Sterling 9i @9.5. Gold Strong at 1452. �?T02 coupons 114. Virginia 6�?Ts 50. New Yoke sept. 18.�?Stock Market heavy and excited. Money c@7 Pokrent. Gold u03. U. S. 5-20�?Ts c2c it ocular 9 coupons 14�� 14i Virginia 6�?Ts 49@50. Foreign Exchange quiet at 90@9i Gold Market strengthened by a decline of Bonds in Europe and reports of further troubles in the Cotton Trade. Governments Dull stocks much depressed and almost a panic at close prices tailing la to 2c. Balance in sub Treasury $120,000,000. Gold receipts at the custom House s6g4.000. Gold notes $583. New Yoke sept. 18.�?Cotton steady. Sales 900 Bales at 24j@25c. Flour Active and advanced. 10@20c state $8 40@11 00. Wheat Active lc.@2c. Better Amber Stato s2 00 White South Kern $2 40. Corn Active Western mixed 25�27. Outs Active Western 07c@c9c. Provisions steady mess pork $24 of. Whiskey quiet Bond $30 10. Groceries quiet and Dull. Turpentine 54 pc Wool steady Texas 24c.@29c. Freights steady Grain per steam 7c.@7c. H new Yoke sept. 18.�?arrived, Steamer Granada from Charleston the Hatteras from Richmond and the Moro Castle from Havana. _ new of cleans sept. 18.�?Cotton sales four Hundred Bales unchanged. Low middling 21�c. Receipts 594 Bales. Sugar prime Louisiana 10c. No Louisiana Mol sits in the Market. Flour quiet firm and unchanged. Corn in better demand and firmer yellow Alid White mixed .$115@$1 174 White $1.20. Oats firm at 73c@75e. Pork Dull and drooping at 27cc. Bacon steady shoulders ice. Clear sides 19 be. Sugar cured Ilams 251. Lard firm titles 14jic. Gold .1451. To .145=. Sterling log new York sight in Premium. Cattle Market Texas Beeves first Quality per head $45 Choice Texas cattle $50 to so f second Quality $25 to s 40 third Quality $15 to $20 yearlings $7 to $15 calves $5 to $10. The yellow fever deaths up. To is o clock this morning number 40. The fever is spreading among the towns in the Interior of this state. A coloured judge presided this morning for the first Timo 011 the Bench in the first District recorders court of this City. Balt Mou sept. 18.�?Cotton very Dull. Quotations barely maintained. Coffee quiet Kio sold at 19je. Flour quiet Aud somewhat firmer. Wheat firm prime to Choice red $2-40. White Corn $1 20 yellow $1,28. Oats Cue. Rye prime $1 40. Provisions quiet at firmer rates. New , sept. 18.�?a party of Southern gentlemen gave a dinner to general Beaure Gate at Tho no,.v York hotel. In Tho Tourso of his remarks Tho general stated that he had received Many offers from English capitalists to take tip his residence in England As superintendent of extensive Engineer works in that country but he had concluded upon calmly surveying the different governments of the world their states and their inherent strength that this country possessed Tho most stable government Ofa Nyland on Tho face of the Earth and tha t for his part he was determined to spend his life under Tho Flag of the government that was most and least liable to disorganization. It was nothing Stort of sheer nonsense to talk of another rebellion. If they wanted to raise one they could not. It was utterly impossible and will to impossible for them to do so for Tho next generation. Nasu Tilix sept. 18.�?a delegation from Jackson county arrived to Day Titbit petition for the removal of Tho militia who Are deprecating. Tho delegation includes senator Muise a Radical. Three militia implicated in major Hartman s murder escaped. Washington sept 18�?scenes at Antietam just West of the main stand and within the cemetery enclosure in Limestone Rock some Nix feet Long by two or three High known Lap and wide throughout Washington county As a Lee s Stock from Tho fact that it is said general Lee stood Thero during the fiercest of Tho fight at Antietam directing Tho operations of the Confederate army in ring Tho Day parties of curiosity Hunters were busily engaged in Chipping pieces of the Rock As relics. Mcclellan a position during the fight was pointed out near a red farm House on it position Little less. Commanding than that occupied by general Lee. Tho following illustrates Tho Harmony of ceremonies the loud Ca l for governor Gentry of Pennsylvania after Tho conclusion of governor Bradford showed that Many pennsylvanians Wero present and that Thero was in undercurrent of ill feeling on account of Somo slight real or fancied insult to their governor in his name not appearing in the programme. The outcry for governor Geary for the Timo being tvq3 overpowered by Tho Calls for the president and prevented a word of Tho Reading of Tho poem from being heard. The brass baud essayed to perform a piece with As Little effect and finally after a hurried consultation on Tho stand governor Geary was induced to pres cat himself and ask that Tho programme should to Gono through without interruption when to subsequently spoke after Tho proceedings were ended. To showed considerable feeling. The president and members of Tho Cabinet loft Tho stand while governor Geary wa3 speaking in order to proceed to Keedysville to Tak Otho train and this proceeding was Takon by Somo Frion Sof Tho governor us an intention of slight. Governor Geary opened his speech fellow citizens after All you have Hoard today i had supposed you would want nothing Moro. Tha programme opened and concluded with prayer. Those who have waited must Homo in at Tho last hour. My friends to still have a Placo in Tho hearts of the Puoplo applause when you Homo to Pennsylvania to will lot everybody speak. To want to hear thanks to almighty god for his preservation and Caro of the country. To have no gag. Applause to Havo no programme for this purpose. Renwood applause to Havo 110 gag on our programme. Washington sept. 18.�?Tho president arrived safely at 0110 o�?Tclosl4his-niorning. Washington sept. L-8.g.e.uernl giant or dered by Telegraph this apr thing reports of the sanitary condition of the army in the fifth military District. Advices from Tho City of Mexico sept. 9th, and Vera Cruz sept. 13th, state that Juarez refused to deliver Maximilian a body to Admiral Tel Hoff without a documentary request from Maximilian a Kinsmen. Collector Collicot has Given bail in the sum of $50,000. Revenue receipts to Day $260,000. The Maryland constitutional election is progressing quietly. The adoption of the Constitution by a Large majority is certain. It abolishes test oaths from confederates and admits negro testimony in courts. Edward Spangler writes from dry Tortugas soph ctr that to is Buby Day and night making coffins for his fellow prisoners. Or. Mudd a Tho Post doctor being sick is treating yellow fever very successfully Many clerks of the departments Are framing copies of the presidents proclamation received through their respective chiefs. Underlying Tho levity which the unusual proceeding produces there appears much Earnest feeling. The pastime base Ball club of Richmond was beaten to Day by the National club of this City the score standing 111 to 92. The following officers of the Steamer Laco Njo ordered from Pensacola to Portsmouth in the Feyer died at sea midshipman Robt. N. Griffin we. Gillis Carpenter Nicholas Cassin 3d assistant Engineer. The grand Lodge of Odd Fellows is in session at new York. The first Day was consumed in arrangements regarding non Beneti Cial members. A five Hundred and twelve deaths in new York last week a decrease of forty nine. General Lee is is at Healing Springs Virginia. He has been quite ill but is now Baltimore sept. 18.�?the election on the adoption of the new Constitution passed off quietly in this City to Day. The vote Here stood 16,240 for the Constitution and 57gg against a majority of 10,504 for it. The state will give Twenty thousand majority for the Constitution. Washington sept. 18.�?-Edwin Booth has made another application for the remains of his brother pleading earnestly that his Mother being very aged craves the dead body so As to inter it before she Dies near that of his distinguished father who is buried near this City. The request was denied. 1 Washington sept. 18.�?general Hancock a arrived to night. A a general Sheridan arrived in Cincinnati to Day and leaves in the inor Nin g for washing Newfoundland lines Are working badly. No Cable to night. New yom sept. 19.�?flour quiet and firm. Wheat. 102c. Better. Corn Dull and drooping. Rice quiet. Oats Active 2@3e. Better. Pork mess $24 35. Lard quiet la pc. Whisky steady. Cotton quiet and steady 25c.�? turpentine 59 a. Rosin common $4 00� 4 1c?. Stocks heavy. Money 7 Gold 1445. Sterling 10901091. Coupons of 1802 1144. New , sept. 19.�?Cotton declining sales 700 Bales at 24j@25. Flour firm and unchanged Amber state wheat $2 50. Corn heavy Western nixed $2 40. Oats Active West. Era 70@72j. Provisions quiet and steady. Groceries Dull. Naval stores unchanged. Freights quiet. Stocks heavy. Money 7 per cent. Gold 143j. �?T62 coupons 114jj Virginia Sixes 49@50. Several failures reported on the Street but none verified. Exchange lower sales of one Hundred thousand pounds Sterling made at 108.j. New Orleans sept. 19.�?sales of Cotton a 2�0 Bales Dull Low middling21jc., nominal receipts 116 Bales molasses unchanged tobacco Stock Light firm flour Quot holders firm single extra $9 50 com in request with an advancing tendency yellow mixed $1 22 White $1 25 Oats in demand at 73�75c. Pork Dull 1 asking $27 25, no buyers Bacon steady and firm shoulders jobbing 16c. Clear rib 19ic. Clear 19c. Lard firm prime in pierces 14jjc. In kegs 154c. Gold 1454 Sterling 1560159 new Ork sight i Premium. 1 the a number of interments from yellow fever up to six this morning is 55. Washington. Sept. 19.�?sir Frederic Bruce died at Boston this morning at 2 of clock. A lieutenant who forced a lewd woman to a hotel in general Ord a District has been court Martiale and dismissed from the service sentence approved at Headquarters. Hancock arrived last night. Bruce died of Throat disease. Buffalo sept. 19.�?a fire destroyed a Wing of the Wadsworth House loss Twenty thousand dollars. A woman jumped from the fourth Story. Detroit sept. 19.�?the tug w. K. Muir exploded killing six and injuring five. New Yoke Sopt. 19.�?arrived, Steamer Arago. Among her passengers Are Henry j. Raymond Park Goodwin and Bishop Potter of Philadelphia. Washington sept. 19.�?general Hancock spent1 last evening Vith general grant.1it is riot known when he will Leavo the City. It is stated at Tho War department that his movements Aro a Baltimore sept. 19.�?the City ratified Tho Constitution by 10,000 majority for governor Fenton. General Grant and general Hancock had a prolonged interview with Tho president to i Day. Revised Cotton regulations will be mailed to collectors to Morrow. They Covera pamphlet of 16 Washington sept. 19.�?the , be.-, fore reporte on fire at Newport Hajj been pumped Owoc and is afloat. She is very badly burned Tho Firo having evidently shouldered during the greater part of her passage. Washington sept. 19.�?the Montana volunteers Havo been reinforced by 80 men and one piece of artillery. Tho Crow indians Whilo professing peace Aro undoubtedly deprecating. Two thousand hostile Indian s or rounded fort Dodge and captured five of forty wagons loaded with ammunition stores within thirty Miles of fort Dodge on Tho 10th next Day they attacked another train killing four men and capturing Toul to mules. Two fatal cholera cases a ended at Omaha Quot yesterday. Tho commissioners at North Giatto Are holding a Council with 200 indians including spotted Tail standing Elk Swift Bear and others. A e Jig a f a Amiens Quot. A Jospoh sept. 18.�?an informal meeting of the delegates of the anglican Synod Raif called by the archbishop of Canterbury. Present Bishop Hopkins of Vermont and Oden Heimer of new Jersey besides Many other episcopal clergymen irom the United states. Colonel Kelley Tho fenian Leader has been arrested at Manchester and taken to Dublin. The funeral of the supposed fenian director at Belfast was attended by eight thousand persons. A the King of Prussia will review the military of the grand duchy of Baden next week by invitation of the grand Duke. The cabinets of Berliand Vienna Are negotiating a new commercial treaty. Valentia sept. 18.-�?the Operto for new York has been lost Neaf Madeira. No particulars. It London sept. 18�?noon.�?consols 94-j Bonds 72 London sept.�?T18�?2 p. 31.�?consols 94 13-16 Bonds 72�. Liverpool sept. 18�?noon.�?Cotton steady More doing. Sales 12,000 Bales. Bread stuffs steady. Liverpool sept. 18�?2 p. very Active. Sales will reach 20,000 Bales. Prices not quotable changed. Bread stuff a quiet. Provisions firm pork 71s. Tallow declined to 44s. 3d. London sept. 19.�?yesterday, evening Consols 94jj. Bonds 73, Frankfort sept. 19.�?Bonds 76i. Liverpool sept. 18.�?evening a Cotton closed moderately Active sales less than anticipated Only 15,000 Bales. Prices unchanged. Bread stuff s and provisions quiet. Produce Dull. The water scout at sew Castle. From tie Wilmington Del commercial ,. Sept. C. In yesterday about 1 o clock the people of our neighbouring town of new Castle were thrown into serious alarm by the Advent of a most extraordinary visitor which came very suddenly from the Clouds. It was first observed As an Eye witness informs us opposite the town on the new Jersey Side of the River. From the surface of the water there arose an enormous Cone or Cloud of from forty to sixty feet in diameter at the base very dense very dark. From an overhanging surcharged Thun Der Cloud in the sky there depended a similar Cone and the apexes of the two met. The sky at the same time was not Clear and the Sun was obscured but there was no rain falling nor any general Shower. The water in the two Cones was violently in motion whirling round Aud round with the greatest rapidity and making a loud noise. It appeared to be caught up from the River in great volume and portions which fell Back in Spray shone and sparkled brightly making the whole spectacle most Beautiful though terrifying to the beholder. The spout moved rapidly across Tho River talking perhaps some ten or fifteen minutes to reach this Side. It entered tie town of new Castle on the upper Side and struck first a Frame dwelling on Tho River Bank occupied by a coloured family. The Force of the Shock was tremendous yet the column of water did not envelope the House but rather brushed against it. The weather boarding was torn off every window burst and the Frame studding of the building wrenched out of the Fence around was torn Loose and carried away. After this it passed in across the lots toward the shops of sir. John Churnside tearing up fences and everything that came in its Way fortunately for or. Churnside it passed to the North of his shops the Edge of the maelstrom however reached some wagons drills and mowing machines standing it the end of the shop. A two horse express Wagon was carried several rods and after being tossed about in every conceivable manner was thrown out broken almost a to atoms. Another Dearborn was drawn in and torn to pieces. A Large heavy was gathered rip and set Down on the opposite Side of the Road. Near Here a Little child was carried some distance perhaps a Hundred feet Over the Fence into a neighbouring Yard where it was 6et Down uninjured. As it crossed the Road immense Clouds of dust and other matter were caught up and whirled around with the water. The Hurricane or whatever it might now to called proceeded on its Way up the Meadow of or. Janvier taking up everything that came in Tho Way of Quot its Progress horses and cattle making Good time to get out of its Woy. The storm now appeared to he on the decrease. The Colin Eric funnel had almost disappeared and yet while we stood and watched its Progress up the me Dow a couple of Trees which had withstood the tempest of Ages were torn up by the roots. Tho Sultan sent eleven Arab horses to Francis Joseph. Tho business of the postal Money order department is estimated at Twenty millions for the current fiscal year. The plan adopted by the representatives of three Hundred millions of people and Twenty nations at the monetary conference in Paris makes the French five franc piece in Gold the unit to be nine tenths Fine and to be Deci Mally divided. It is to be a Legal tender in All nations. Good judges of the Cotton crop assert that about one half of the amount of Cotton will be made in East Baton Rouge that would have been gathered had not the worm appeared. In West Baton Rouge about one third of a crop will be made. We learn of one Plantation ii West Feliciana upon which Thero will not to Twenty Bales gathered from three Hundred i owe. Advocate. Tho old town of Salem Quot in Southern new Jersey is still Tho Home of the same old fashioned kind of quakers As were its founders. Many of Tho surrounding farms Are occupied by descendants of the original settlers. Tho a dwellings and the meeting House Are quaint and old fashioned. The ancient cemetery is shaded by one of the grandest Oaks in the United states. Tho people a a thee Aud a a thou each other and. Always use the first name. There is a petition in circulation and already has numerous signers to to sent to general Ord urging him to use military authority to prevent Tho last legislative Cotton tax Law being executed. It is asserted that this onerous Law bears with Especial severity on lessees and freedmen who work for a share of Tho crop obliging them to pay heavily for the Protection and improvement of land in which Thoy have no interest and from which hey derive no Benefit. It Trio involution in Spain. From the u. T. Tribune dispatches from Madrid Are to the 28th of August and of the usual Honor representing that the rebels Are flying and Tranquility restored. The Best opinion seems that the insurrection is really spreading and that it is by no Means yet within the control of tha government. Official dispatches published in Madrid August 25, state that Catalonia has been completely cleared of the insurgents. In Arragon the rebels Are flying in disorder and Many have surrendered. In Saragossa and the rest of Spain perfect Tranquility prevails it is officially announced that the portuguese government has temporarily dispatched to the azores All Spanish officers and emigrants who have taken Refuge in Portugal it the Madrid official Gazette of August 25th says a the insurgents have disappeared from the provinces of Gerona and Lerida. The. Small bands at Barcelona under Contreras have been driven out of Catalonia and have entered Arragon. They Are now not above100 the journalists Lenore Scallons Andruzis have been arrested at Elvas by the portuguese authorities. Official dispatches also published in Madrid on the following Day state that it is believed that the rebel bund of Pierot has been dissolved find that of Prio Rati has surrendered to the authorities. The insurgents have disappeared from the District of Valentia. And on the 27th, intelligence from the same source is to the effect that -1000 insurgents in Catalonia have taken advantage of the amnesty and surrendered to the authorities. Contreras with 100 men forming the remnant of. His band has passed into Arragon. The bands in Arragon which a Short Tim e since numbered 1200 then do not now exceed 400, and the rest of the insurgents under pier Rad and Contreras Are moving toward Belasque and con Frane on the Frontier pursued by the troops. The rest of Spain is quiet. Tho insurgent chief pier Rad arrested at Perpignan is riot general pier Rad As has been stated but his brother formerly a colonel in the Spanish army. 1 dispatches received by the was minister in Madrid August 28, states that the bands of fugitive insurgents formerly commanded by pier Rad Are hiding in the mountains. A Small band of insurgents has made its appearance in the province of Cuenca. A seditious movement in Bejar has been suppressed. election islets to Montreal. R Montreal sept. 7.�?the elections Corilus de Here yesterday. Megoe had a majority of 500 to Start on but Devlin gained steadily on him All Day. At 1 of clock a Row took place in Griffin town in the course of which three men Wero seriously beaten and kicked and were finally taken away for dead. Despite the most strenuous exertions Mcgee kept the Lead throughout the Day and at the close of the polls had a majority of 379. As soon As the polls were closed a mob about 600 Strong rushed up st. James st to mechanics Hall Mcgee a Headquarters and attacked those present at the meeting in Progress. They broke in the windows smashed furniture and completely i jetted the Hall in get at Mcgee and his committee. The citizens thus attacked rallied and defended themselves. Revolvers were drawn on All sides and a serious riot ensued. After the fight had been for some time in Progress a Strong detachment of police and the cavalry Force came upon the scene. The mob could not withstand the repeated charges of an organized body and were completely routed after having made a Short resistance. About a dozen of the rioters Wero captured by the soldiers and police and were Only with the greatest difficulty saved from the vengeance of the enraged citizens who surged excitedly about their captors crying a a Lynch them Lynch them a their efforts to take tli9 prisoners from the custody of the officers of the Law were however vain. One Man killed about 30 serious casualties from clubs and stones used in the fight and half a dozen gun shot wounds Are reported As the sum of the injuries suffered by the citizens in the course of the Melee. No further disturbance took place last night after the attack on Mccready a House. Mcgee a residence was guarded by police during the night. The parties arrested were brought before the police court to Day and discharged no one appearing to prosecute them. Fincham and others who were shot and beaten Are recovering. Several poli Weinen were brutally beaten. The City has resumed its wonted quite Jav. Y. Tribune. An International the Pas sengers who left thin port for Europe to Darby the City of ant Werp was or. David Dud Ley Field who goes to attend the social science Congress which meets at Belfast Ireland on the 18th of september. At. The last session of this body held in Manchester or. Field proposed the formation of an International code to be prepared by distinguished publicists of different countries. The suggestion was adopted Ond a committee was appointed for that purpose composed of some Twenty members of whom one half Are Froin England chiefly members of parliament or men eminent in Law such As or. Denman lord Hobart or. Lefevre and or. Westlake. France is represented by Berryer and Desmarest Germany by professor Mitter Thayer of Heidelberg and other names Well known in the Legal world and Thero Are also representatives from Italy Belgium and Russia. Mrs Field who is a member of the committee has been laboriously engaged upon Tho subject Many months but Tho work is so vast that it is not expected that any report will be attempted for another year. The will meet at Belfast and compare the results of their investigations and organize for further labors. The importance of the work cannot be Over estimated. At present there is no established International Law. The Only authorities Are Tho writing of individuals such As Grotius Vattel and Wheaton names of great Eminence but their opinions Are not recognized As binding. What is accepted in one country is rejected in another. To bring together these divers authorities and the decisions of different Points by treaty or otherwise with a View to harmonize if possible the Rule and practice of All civilized nations would be a great service and would go far to prevent International disputes a a y. Evening Post. Berrimo acc Dent. From the cinc matl commercial Sopt. 18. A a frightful Accident that will never to for Gotton by the tem fled spa a tutors and Ona that will chill the blood of readers when they think upon Tho tragic incidents connected within occurred yesterday party of six germans assembled yesterday afternoon and on the proposal of , resolved to accompany him. To the shooting grounds on Fairmount Whereto red Mon Wero holding their meeting. In pursuance of their Resolution their procured the horse and Wagon of Ono of Tho party a Carpenter named Frederick Oechsle and taking with them Tho daughter of or. Wie Gard started. On crossing tie High Bridge Over Mill Creek the animal became alarmed at some object in the a Oriole that had preceded it and commenced backing in doing so one of Tho shafts was broken and Tho horse plunging Forward and making an Scuto turn precipitated the Wagon and its freight of human beings to the ground below a distance of not less than forty five feet. The scene that followed was of the most melancholy and pitiful character. The Young girl Lena a neck was broken and she Laid quietly on Tho ground suffering greatly. Her agonies wore soon Over for death dealt kindly with her. Her father wac injured badly about the head and was consequently insensible. Tho Carpenter Oechsle suffered the greatest agonies from frightful wounds in the head and body. He was finally taken to his Home on Tho Corner of glitter an<5 Melanc Thott streets where he died a Short time after his arrival. Adam Guitte Manu. Fell upon his left Side and striking his Hafi. Upon a huge Stone received wounds which will surely cause his death during Tho Day. Tho remainder of the party escaped with injuries not necessarily fatal. An sex conf debate general attempts to shoot hrs Whitney of Tho forty first precinct arrested John l. Taylor who was a commissary general in Tho Confederate army during the rebellion for attempting to shoot his wife about half past ten of clock last night. Previous to the War me Taylor resided in this City but about Tho time of its commencement to went Down to Montgomery Alabama leaving his wife Here.�?. When the War closed Taylor returned to Brooklyn and found his wife living in the family of or Broadwell in Bridge Street near Johnson As housekeeper but he could not induce her to live with him again. Finally jealous and resolved to Tako he life let tie consequence be what they might. A on wednesday night to wont to Tho House and seeing her pass Tho window discharged a pistol at her but Tho Ball passed through the Wildow and entered the Wall without doing any further injury. He then made Bis escape. Last night or. Broad Well saw him lurking about Tho House again and went to the station House to get an officer to arrest him. Shortly after Howo ver he was caught by officer Whitney Whilo attempting apparently to repeat Tho deed of the previous night. When searched u. Four barrelled pistol and a Large cd be knife with a a keen Edge were found in his Possession. To said How had no desire to live and had Iio succeeded in shooting his wife would no doubt have committed suicide immediately after. Taylor was brought up for a hearing before Justice Cornwell this morning when it appearing that a numb of witnesses had to be subpoenaed the Case was adjourned until tomorrow morning at ten of clock. Mrs Taylor is lady like in appearance 6ho appeared dressed in Black with an interesting to a her Side the son of Tho accused John l. Savannah Republican. The police of Paris a Paris is a City which owes its usual Tranquility to a system of Policki which is better organized than any other in the world its spies Are everywhere its talons Are upon you in All directions. The very Man who figures As a photograph vender on the boulevards is often a paid spy and sometimes follows people for Days before they detect him. If the surveillance wore discontinued for one Day Paris would be a Whirlpool of All bad passions. Tho a service of surety a which Vidocy created is constantly recruited from All quarters and is of men who Are As bad As the criminals they search but who Are Given their Choice Between perpetual prison and hard work at detecting their former comrades. They often desert and go Back to their crimes but As thei know Thero is no mercy if they Are caught a second time they Are usually faithful. Each of the 20 wards of Paris has what is called air officer of the peace who directs the municipal service of his petion. Each officer Hac under his control 200 serpents it Leville and they have in their turn numerous Auxillia jes. A. More intelligent and Fine faced set of Rae cannot to found in any City of Tho world than the Paris police. The Yare uniform in height and manner always Well informed As to location something which can hardly to said of London policemen. Tho number of Paris police is increased in Oxtot proportion to the increase of population an arrangement which gives Law. Always a double advantage As it is in the adult male Force while the populations increase cannot be dangerous until a generation is grown up. Peog Kess of 1865 the imports into the australian colonies reached �35,000,000, and the exports �30,000,000. Within Tho last sixteen years new South Wales and Victoria Havo yielded �150,000,000 Worth of Gold and now South Wales has produced 5,000,00.0.tons of Coal. has also within the last ten years exported �5,000,000 Worth of the tonnage of vessels which arrived in australasian ports iii 1865 was 2,000,000, and a similar amount of tonnage left those ports during Tho same period. Forty years ago Tho number of Horsey cattle and sheep in Australia was under 400r-000 the number is now nearly 35,000,000. Hissing National aids at nashviwue.�?�, crowd of unreconstructed rebels at recently gave vent to their hatred for Tho government of Tho country by hissing National airs played by the orchestra at Tho summer Street theatre. General Duncan of the United states army commander of Tho District has sent a Noto to Tho managers informing them that if such an insult to our Flag occurs again at their entertainments a military guard will to placed to attend them with instructions to expel All persons so Eagin liner from the House
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