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Galveston Flakes Semi Weekly Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 28, 1867, Galveston, Texas Vol , thursday morning september a 28, 1887. No. 49telegraphic a associated pros new York sept. 23.�?Cotton drooping 21c. Flour 10 to 20o. Lower in Low grades others unchanged. Wheat scarce ranges from $2 50 to $2 75. Corn in fair demand Ntim us Vinco. Oats 1 to 2c. Better. Rice and Coffeo firm. Pork $21 to $24 25. Lard heavy. Whisky quiet. Freights slightly lower. Stocks heavy. Money 7 per cont. Gold 142�. C2 coupons 14g Virginia Sixes new Issue 47. New York sept. 23.�? increase of Loans $630,000 specie $130,000 circulation $42,-000 decrease of deposits $7,480,000. Legal tenders $7,400,000. A jew named Scheimer committed for burning his store killed himself. Chattanooga sept. 23.�?j. J. Nelson treasurer Mills Valley Railroad died at Trenton ga., on saturday 21st. Tho merchants Union recovered the Money from messenger crazy. To wrote Tho superintendent a limit be had done and fully returned All he stole. Troy sept. 23.�?a million feet of lumber and two houses were burned at Freeman son amp co. Is Yard. Washingtonsept.-23.�?a dispatch from Lancaster says Stevens is very sick and supposed to to dying. Washington sept. 23.�?counsel in Case of United states is. Frazer Trenholm if co., endeavoured to close the matter. Cushing u. S. Counsel gives a dinner to opposing lawyers. War department has a dispatch from the dry Tortugas it says major stones wife. Or. Smith s son and Lieut. Orr Are dead. Maj. Stone sick. Fever not abating. Reve nuo to Day half a million. Comma Doi Geo. W. Young commune aug Suwanee is dead buried at sea. Register of Treasury Colby is dead. It Boston sept. 23.�?lvhe pall bearers of Tho funeral of sir Froderick Bruce will be tomorrow governor Bullock m. Bart Beney French minister Stanton Sumner h. J. Pratt of Stuto department Jioji. Sam Hooper Henry w. Longfellow Richard b. Bayard Quot and mayor Norcross. A san Francisco sept. 23.�?arrivedi steam Phliip Sacramento from Panama. Among her passengers arc general Ross no w. S. Dodge United slates Revenue collector for Alaska who sails on the John l. Stevens in a few Layn. A detachment of troops ii the now territory and sever Paui families a to on the Stevens. Much attention is being paid. To Alaska by Tho Euter pricing citizens of Sau Francisco. Washington sept. 23.�?generals Sheridan Sickles and Hancock were serenaded to night. By Tho military organization known As Tho in rail army of the Republic upon which occasion speeches w re made by All three of the go Cruls. New Yolk sept. 2-i.�?istoeks excited and a heavy. Money 7 per cent. Gold -124. Sterling 10920110,. Coupons of Luyi a 14. Virginia Sixes new Issue -18. Cotton Dull at 21c. Flour common $10 lib. Low wheat firm. Corn 101 pc. Better. Rye firm. Oats better. Mess pork $21. Lard freights and Wonsky quiet. Turpe Noluo Dull at 58<c. Washington sept. 2-1.�?the cont Derato Secretary of the Navy Mallory has been pardoned. General Sickles responded at length and generals Hancock and Sheridan very briefly to Tho be readers. A general Hancock will not assume Coli Rand until to arrives within the fifth District. Thad Stephens is better. Wainui Niton sept. 24.�?commissioner Taylor telegraphs Tho Indian Bureau from Omaha that Tho prospects for peace with Tho a id Ifrid fee Iti Drc frn Tifrit Gutaj ii by Tonij previous Tho Council with them it North la Jatto being perfectly satisfactory. It. G. Norton editor it new York is dead. Washington sept. 24.�? five cholera deaths at Omaha yesterday. Spot ills from North Platto reiterate that a the Confor Euco is very unsatisfactory India off i it in Aro threatening As Ever. A two hours Cabinet meeting to Day. Stevens still improves. Re venue receipts to Day $281,000. Sheridan had a prolonged interview with Grant. Our Consul at Malaga writes that the Spanish government has declared the states foul and yellow fever. All vessels arriving to Ienco arc quarantined. Washington sept. 21.�?Hancock was serenaded to night at Tho metropolitan hotel which Ivas brilliantly illuminated blazing Vith lir is expected Tho president. Will . H co Csc to intended to operate not l or partisan purposes but for his country and he to listed for Tho Benefit of the people entrusted to his care. New York sept. 2-1.�?Cotton fully half cent to yer 23j02-1. Octvee steady. Sugar Good demand. Turpentine $5 89. Rosin �18c. Flour s150s15. 25. Wheat Winter Scurco and advancing Spring 102c lower. Corn has Boon Active at. Noon a Advance. Oats Active. Pork $23 5o0$23 &7. Lard heavy,-13f,@14&o whisky quiet. Stocks Active. Money 7. Gold 143. 02 coupons 14j. New Orleans sept. 21.�?cotton�?sales 250 Bales Dull and easier with Low middling at 21021ic. Receipts for three Days 1155 Bales exports for Tho Samo period 2207 flour firm and in Good demand sup Orfino and lower grades of extra has advanced 25050c. Corn held for higher prices sales at $1 35 for Whito Oats scarce at Goe. A pork quiet and firm at $27.�bacon quiet nud unchanged lard firm at 14i@14.i for prime in pierces. Gold 143j0 1 11 Sterling 1560158 now York sight 4� j. Orleans sept. 34. In Termont from fever up to this evening 86. Letters from la Grange Texas to to Laid be Coro Howard association hero Stato that Tho number of citizens remaining in town is barely 500 yet interments reached 24 in two Days. Avo Rago of mortality eight per Day those attacked Aro almost euro to Dio Tho disease proving fatal in Nino cases in ten every House is filled with sickness and death Wlizlo families Havo been swept away in Somo cases no Ono to Bury Tho dead. The disease is spreading in Tho country. No provisions in town Tho country people will not Vuturo in with prod co. On Tho 9 the not Ovon Inola could to had to Mako Gruel for Tho sick. Business ceased entirely stores closed newspapers be aimed publication. Tho jail has been emptied of its inmates who fled in terror from the scene of desolation. It new Yolk sept. 24.�?Money in Active demand at 7 per cent on Call prime paper 7@ 8, Exchange Dull at 9i09�. Gold stronger and clo Singth a at 143. Governments Dull. Stocks generally declined ��@1 per cent towards the close of the Day. Business at the sub Treasury to Day receipts $3,338,000 payments $2,932,000. Mining shares quiet. Washington sept. 24.�?the following is Hancock a speech citizens of Washington i thank Yon for this testimony of your approbation of my past services and Confidence in my ability to perform my duty in a new and different sphere educated As a Soldier in the military of our country Quot and on Tho Fields of the mexican War and. American rebellion i need not assure you that my course As a District commander will be characterized by the Samo strict soldierly obedience to the Law then taught me As a Soldier. I know no guide or higher duty. Misrepresentation and mis construction arising from the passions of Tho hour and spread by those who do not know that Devotion to duty has governed my. Actions in every trying hour May meet me but i fear them not my highest Pride will be to perform the duties of my now sphere Notin the interests of parties or of partisans Tho Benefit of my country the Honor of my profession and i Trust also for Tho welfare of the people committed to my care. I ask then citizens that i May not be judged in Advance and that time May be permitted to develop my actions. Judge me when i act by the deeds i May perform and conscious of my Devotion to duty Aud my country i shall be satisfied with your verdict. And if a generous country shall approve my Vetious in Tho future As it has in the past my highest ambition will have been achieved. As a Soldier i am to administer the Laws rather discuss them if i can administer them in a spirit with due Charity to the governed and to the satisfaction of my country i shall indeed be Happy in the consciousness of a duty will performed. I Jam about to leave your City the capital of our country bearing Tho proud name of Washington. As Aii american citizen the rapid development and increase of its wealth Beauty and Prosperity is a matter in which i too am deeply interested but far far beyon4 this citizens of avas Lington. I rejoice with you that in the trying hour of Tho rebellion the capital of our nation contributed As freely in proportion As any Stato of the Union to the Bravo Volunteer Quot army which Lias demonstrated to the world the strength and invincibility of a Republican form of government. I shall carry with me the it collections of this occasion and when Riu turn May i not Hope that none who Are Here j resent in person or in spirit will regret their participation in Tho honors you have done my to night new it Ftak sept. 25.�?flour, common l6k lower. Wheat a Shade firmer. Corn to. Better. Itye steady. Oats firmer. Pork 4t21 1>. Lard and whisky quiet common Dull at $2 40. Freights quiet. Turpentine 58 0 58j. Rosin quiet. New York sept. 25.�?stocks Strong and improving Money 7 per cent. Gold 14 i j g2 coupons 1140114. Virginia state 45c. New Yolk sept. 25.�?stocks Strong Aud improving Monty .7 per cent Sterling 109� 11 011oti Gold 1435 �?T02 coupons 11-Lj. New Yolk sept. 25, Manhattan arrived with the Georgia in Tow. New York sept. 25.�?rcotton declined la. Sales 1300 Bales at 23c. Flour $7 75 Southern $9 8o0s13 75. Wheat quiet. Corn Western mixed $1 30@$1 33c. Pork heavy a $24 07. Freights firm. New Orleans sept. 25.�?sales of Cotton 250 Low middling 21c. Receipts 415. Tobacco Stock on band Light firm a amp Dun do iii h Cuba molasses quoted at 52 a. Flour Market Bare of superfine and lower grades extra tending upwards superfine $9 75 treble extra $11 75. Corn scarce advanced 5c. And tending upward mixed $1 35c. White is 40c. Oats scarce and firm it 78c.08oc.�? pork quiet and firm $2g 75. Lard firm in pierces 14j@14.5c. In kegs 15.5016c. Whisky Louisiana and Western 35040c., in 1 Bond. Gold 144j Sterling 15601o8j new York sight j Premium Texas cattle Choice s45 second Quality $30040 third Quality $15020 per head cows with calves $20. New Orleans a sept. 25.�?deaths yellow fever to Day sixty eight. Washington sept. 25.�?thad Stevens has dropsy of Tho Chest. A dispatches Froni Nashville to the president Aud general Grant Stato that Tho City authorities intend holding City elections under the charter in define co of Brownlow. Tho state authorities Aro equally determined to hold an election under Tho franchise Law. General Thomas Lias been ordered to Nashville with instructions to maintain order but otherwise not to interfere. Secretary Seward writes Tho u. S. Consul at Toronto to Day returning or. Luke Blackburn s oath of allegiance. Tho letter concludes a Tho president s proclamation offers no immunity in this it is understood that the Stato department is not despond out of a fair settlement of Tho old claims though delayed by Tho death of sir Frederick Bruce. Receipt of Revenue to Day three Hundred and ninety five thousand dollars. Gon. Hancock had an interview with both thei president and general Grant. Depredations attributed to the crows,.have been perpetrated by Tho Arapahoe. A go ueral Sheridan left to Day for made hero to Day of three to four thousand dollars on Pennsylvania going Den. Socratic. Key West sept. 25.�?o�?Tloughlin, a one of Tho conspirators died of Tho fever. Tho conspirators have All been very attentive to Tho sick. / Boston sept. 25.�?Tho Steamer Iti Pou hence for Charleston put into now Loudon with machinery disabled Aud was detained two Days. A a new Yolk sept. 25.�?Money easier. Sub Treasury disbursing freely on recent purchases of 7-30 a Over currency sent West yesterday and to Day. Gold firm. Sterling Dull. Governments weak. Stocks a Xci Tod with wild fluctuations. Tho great feature was a heavy Rise in Michigan Southorn. Market rather off at last Board but closed Strong. Mining a shares steady. Receipts sub Treasury $2,097,500 payments $1,324, 488 balance $122,029,661. Receipts include customs $650,52. New Yoke sept. 25.�?stocks excited and 1 per cent lower since opening. Money 7. Gold 143j. Sterling unchanged. Virginia Sixes 49. Flour drooping. Wheat Dull. Corn. Quiet. Rye Dull. Oats Active. Pork $23 80, lard quiet. Cotton Dull at 23c. Turpentine Dull at 58058ic. Rosin quiet common $3 87j. A a Washington sept. 25.�?the following letter was dispatched to Day department of state sept. 25, 1867 j d. To avstriesq., u. S. Coii6iitoronto Canad sir a your dispatch of 17th september no. 223, ha3 Beon received with an accompaniment which is an affidavit containing an oath of allegiance subscribed by j. P. Blackburn and verified by yourself. I remit that paper to your care with permission to restore it to the affiant. I assume that the paper was made and delivered to you with a View to its being filed in this department under the provisions of the presidents proclamation of Pardon issued on the 7th of september. The affiant is understood to be the person who is called or. Blackburn. Nothing is known by the department concerning him As having directly or indirectly Paralitici rated in the late rebellion. All that is known is that he lies under Tho charge of felony in this that to conceived and put into execution within a foreign jurisdiction a plot to disseminate contagion and pestilence in this and other cities of the United states by clandestinely transmitting for an unsuspicious Market Here masses of auction clothing taken from the corpses of persons who had died of the yellow fever in the tropics. It is not easy to understand How an offence of that character which is a detestable crime against Mankind can be supposed even by Tho Felon himself to be entitled to be regarded As an act of in. Surjection rebellion or civil War. The presidents proclamation offers no immunity in this Case. I am sir your obedient servant we. H. Seward. A Washington sept. 26.�?advices say Nashville is More quiet in consequence of the Federal provisions to suppress both parties probably will hold elections and take the question to the courts. General Hancock wont go to new Orleans until the subsidence of the fever. In the meantime general Mower is responsible. New York sept. 26.�?the constitutional convention adjourned until after the election. Philadelphia sept. 25r-Xtke Atlantic a of. Brooklyn played a match game of base Ball on the Camden grounds with the Keystone club. At the end of the ninth innings both had scored 12. A hailstorm coming up stopped further play. Iii Ladelthia sept. 25.�?Sheridan arrived hero l rom Washington on the evening train and was escorted to his hotel by a committee of the City Council and civil and military organizations. He will be. Formally welcomed at Independence Hall by the mayor to Morrow. New Yoke sept. 25.�?the Republican convention at Syracuse nominated general my keen for Secretary of state Calvin t. Hurt ird comptroller and Theodore c. Gates for new York sept. 2g.�?Cotton heavy and declining sales 1500 Bales it 23c. Flour Dull and declining Southern $9 8o0s13 75.�? wheat firm advanced3c. No. 1 $2 30. A Corn declined la. Mixed Western $1 30�$1 33.�? Oats Active and firmer Western 75075�c. Provisions quiet Aud steady mess $23 90. Groceries quiet and Dull. Naval stores quiet. New Youk sept. 26.�?stocks improved sin of last Call Money 7 per cent. 62 coupons 131 Gold i43g�143.1. New Orleans sept. 26.�?cottonj sales to bivte6, dirt ii / mi5 doing 20<r. Receipts 41 Bales. Flour quiet and firm superfine $10 Choice extra s130$13 50. Corn Good demand and upward tendency White $1 40. Oats scarce at 80c. Pork quiet and firm at $20 750s27 Bacon retailing at 15ic shoulders 19�c Clear sides 25ic sugar cured hams and lard firm prime pierces 14ic014. Gold 144. Sterling 1560158. New York sight i Premium. V. New Orleans sept. 26.�?the interment of. Yellow fever to 6 of clock this morning Are 57. 250privates and 7 officers Are now under treatment for yellow feet at Jackson Barracks. In Tho 1st regiment United states infantry there have been at the Barracks and at military hospitals upwards of 100 deaths from yellow fever. A Washington sept. 26.�?gen. Mower telegraphs encouragingly regarding the health of the military in Tho fifth District. Hancock and Sickles left. $46,000. Cincinnati sept. 20.�?flour firm full rates. Corn Dull at $1 of. Provisions unchanged. A Cincinnati sept. 26.�?the Queen City Dis a Tillery burned. Loss $g0,000. The citizens have subscribed $6,000 to Aid Tho sufferers from yellow fever. Topeka Kansas sept. 26.�?the German convention have resolved to support none unless they oppose Temperance and the sunday Laws. Washington sept. 26.�? the Tybee Island Lighthouse at the Mouth of Tho Savannah River has been re established. Light will be exhibited on the first of october. Quot Havana sept. 27.�?bolonagado has been sworn in As provincial Captain general. Manzano died of typhoid itus a pie a Hiwa. A the new of a Western paper tells this yarn about an incident in mrs. Lander a performance of Elizabeth Tho audience had been in Tho habit of de Rauding a repetition of Tho tableau at Tho close of the drama but of Tho night in question it was supposed the House had emptied itself with Tho encore. It seems it had not however and Tho curtain Roso suddenly discovering the Queen of England restored to perfect health sitting up on her cushions Aud talking glibly with Essex who had survived his decapitation and was standing there very complacently with a Cigar in his Mouth and a Cotton umbrella under his Arm. A Bur Leigh a Tho venerable prime minister had removed his wig and was drinking a Glass of lager Beor Whilo a lady Howard was Waltzing. With a sir Francis Drake a to Tho regular puffs of her historic husbands Cigar. Tho brazilians Aro employing balloons for recon loitering and Aro said to have obtained important information of the enemy a movements by that Manchester sept. 23.�?Tho funeral of policeman great who was killed by a mob on Friday took place to Day and was largely at tended by the citizens. Arrest of parties implicated in the riot continues. Paris sept. 28.�?the annual Paris Jacob Over Long champs course took place yesterday. The attendance was very Large. The great race of the Day for the grand prize of Paris was won by patrician. Florence sept., 23.�?Garibaldi has made his appearance at Arezzo forty Miles from this City. London sept. 23.�?late advices from Rio state that Tho Allied forces made no further Advance since their recent Success and were lying Idie before the paraguayan fortifications. General Mitre is in command of the combined brazilian and Argentine armies. London sept. 24�?eveniug.�?consols 9-1 a a Bonds 734. Liverpool sept. 24.�?yesterday�?Ts sales 12,-000 Bales. Middling Uplands 90 Orleans 9o. A bread stuffs and provisions unchanged. Arrived steamers Hansa and moravian. Frankfort sept. 24.�?Bonds 7g�. Liverpool sept. 24.�?evening�?Cotton Dull and lower sales 10,000 Bales Uplands i Orleans 93. Manchester advice3 Are . London sept. 24.�?evening.�?consols 94 7-16. Bonds 73 1-16. A London sept 25�?noon.�?consols 94 7-16 Bonds 73. Liverpool sept. 25�?noon.�?Cotton Dull and unchanged with sales of 10,000 Bales. Bread stuffs quiet. London sept. 25�?2 unchanged. Liverpool sept. 25�?2 unchanged. London sept. 25�?evening.�? Consols .94 7-16 Bonds 73. Frankfort sept. 25.�?Bonds closed at 76o. Liverpool sept. 25�?evening.�? Cotton Dull middling Uplands-9�d. Orleans 9jd. Sales 10,000 Bales. It is rumoured that Kelly and Cleasy sailed. From Liverpool in Steamer. A special commission trios the Manchester rioters. A collision occurred at Limerick Between. The people and the soldiers. Seven of the former were Bayonet do one died. The soldiers Are condemned. A Florence dispatch says Garibaldi was arrested by the italian forces while crossing the Frontier. Bismarck declared in the North German parliament that it the German nation wish to unite there is no Power Strong enough to prevent their Union. Serieno has resigned the presidency of Tho credit Mobilizer. A special Florence dispatch says general Garibaldi is confined in the fortress of Alles Sandria. His italian companions Aro prisoners and his munitions have been seized. The excitement is immense. Toulon sept. 25.�?transports and War vessels Are ready to assist the Pope if necessary. Florence sept. 25.�?when it became known that Garibaldi had been arrested Bis parti Zans Here made turbulent demonstrations of sympathy which finally developed into a a riot but the disturbance was suppressed. All volunteers on the roman Frontier Havo been compelled to retire by italian troops. The King of Italy in another proclamation asserts that the the government pledged in its treaties with foreign Powers exacted of it the painful duty of arresting Garibaldi. _ is said the italian government offered to Send Garibaldi to Caprera if he would give Bis parole. Paris sept. 25.�?official journals Praise the decision and firmness of the King of Italy and says Tho conduct of the italian government is another guarantee of peace. London sept. 25.�?the session of the pan anglican Synod commenced yesterday. Bishop Whitehouse of Illinois preached the opening Sermon. Divorces. Groin the now York times it was once supposed that while it might be very easy to to fooled by the Bey cupid and be made As Blind As he is and to become subsequently entangled in the Silken Bonds of Matrimony there would always be no endow trouble in getting out again if the bargain did it suit. A lingering scrap four College Virgil tolls us Jac Ilis de census into a scrape sed the bother is to get out again a number of enterprising gentlemen of our City who Are in Tho Law Trade seemed to have turned their special attention towards simplifying this business of getting ont again so far As the marriage question is concerned. A wre constantly observe the publication of notices to the following effect a absolute divorces obtained in any state. Drunk esp desertion neglect to support sufficient cause. No fees until divorce is divorces legally obtained in new York and states where desertion &c., is sufficient cause. No publicity or charge till divorce very Many of these divorce Quot Sui a Are conducted in a manner so exceedingly confidential that Ono of the parties most interested is not informed of the proceedings at All until astounded by the presentation of Tho decree. We Are cognizant of a Chise wherein an estimable lady innocent of All wrong and Igno rant oven of any dissatisfaction on the part of her husband parted with him affectionately at the Steamboat Dock As Sho started on a journey to Seo some friends some hours after in the privacy of her Stato room. Sho found Leisure to examine a paper her husband had handed her at Tho last minute and discovered it to be a copy of a Deere of divorce rendered by an Illinois judge. Before the Steamboat had been six hours gone her late husband had married another woman. Numbers of these confidential divorces Are obtained for unworthy purposes by Tho most rascally Means. Disappointed a a Stone fleets sunk in Charleston Harbor during the War does not appear to have Dono any injury. An English vessel drawing eighteen and a half feet bus entered Tho porec loaded with railway Iron. Tho deepest Laden vessel that had previously entered Drew but seventeen feet. Tho frantic alarm which led to lord rub3ell�?Ts impertinent interfere no in that matter was As groundless As it was injurious. Spall and its rebellions. A Scarlet on writes to Tho Boston journal a Isabella ii., the present Queen is the last remaining Bourbon Sovereign in Europe. All the rest have been bowled out in one Way or another. Whether Isabella is to go out at the present time remains to to seen. This movement has been planned at Burrell by general Prim who has been plotting a there with other refugees during the past year. In All other insurrections and revolutions there has been no thought of upsetting the Sovereign but the ministry which had direction of affairs for the time being. General Prim in his proclamation does not aim directly at the overthrow Quot of Isabella but we Aro informed by the correspondents at Madrid that such is Tho cry of Tho peasantry in the disaffected districts a cry never before heard in Spain. Tho Queen is now about 37 years of age having been born on Tho tenth of october 1830. Sho succeeded to the throne when three years of age on Tho death of her father was proclaimed of age when Sho was 13, and was married when 16 to her Cousin. Sho Lias five children. The oldest a daughter Isabel was born in 1851, and is consequently 16 years of Oge. Tho Queen it is said is very desirous of making a match for her with Prince Humbert prospective King of Italy but there is Little probability of such an Alliance. Isabella a year ago had an Able Man st Tho head of her ministry of Donnell who was moderately Liberal. There was an insurrection As your readers will remember which he at once crushed. But the Queen believed that Austria was going to win Tho War then commencing that absolutist ideas were again to to in the ascendant that Italy would be broken up and Prussia humbled and though. Of Donnell had Given her such signal service and was acceptable to the people she dismissed him and put Narvaez m his place. The world knows very Little of what and then we had accounts of the execution of an individual but in truth there was the counterpart of what is going on in Mexico at the present. Time. I met not Long since a gentleman who was in Spain at the time. He said that for several mornings in succession he heard reports of musketry and at length took occasion to ask what it meant. A to it is Only the soldiers shooting the Fellows who were in the insurrection Quot was the reply Given with As much coolness As if it was Tho putting out of the Way of a score or two dogs. Hundreds wore shot condemned after a mockery of a military trial Tho priest brought in confession Given Tho sacrament administered Tho marching out to Tho Square a a Volley of musketry and so morning after morning dispatching a half dozen at a time before breakfast. ,. The people of Spain Are not ready for a thorough revolution. The masses have not Felt Tho despotic Power of the Saeou directly that has fallen rather. Upon prominent individuals. Some of Tho Nobles have been shot though there Aro enough left. The entire population of Tho kingdom is about 16,000,000, but of these there Are 82 Dukes 722 Marquise 588 counts 74 discounts and 67 Barons. There Are about 500,000 persons belonging to the nobility All of whom Are too proud to work. Some of them Are very Rich but More quite poor and not ashamed to beg of for Eigners. By the census of 1857 there were 3,800,000 Able bodied men in the kingdom-r-125,000 of them priests 241,000 belonging to the army 478,000 of the nobility who had 260,000 body a servants to wait upon them. It required 28,000 men to collect the Revenue and there were some 60,000 students lawyers and other professional men making a total 1,200,000 Able bodied men living apart from All Mann Fustur ing or agricultural labors. Yet notwithstanding this multitude of drones the country hag been rapidly advancing in the Alt As might be shown from the statistics of the last budget. A Quot a a a a a a the san Antonio a and Monterey stage Texas correspondent knowing the. Interest we take in All that concerns the a do Ings and welfare of our his state a Calls our attention to the Enterprise shown in the a Tab. Lish ment of a regular monthly stage line Between san Antonio Texas and Monterey Mexico. This line is our correspondent states Baa. Beon leaking regular monthly trips since last. May leaving on the 1st and returning on the 22d of cach month and proving to be a reliable conveyance for passengers and express matter its Success and repute in this latter respect is the More to the credit of Tho proprietors in the fact that they have to rely solely upon their own Energy tact and capital having nonfat government contract or Large mexican allowance to prop their Enterprise. Next month the stage will Mako semimonthly trips leaving san Antonio on the 1st and 16th, and Monterey on the 8th and 24th, and running through in seven Days. The Lino has already Dono much towards restoring traffic and travel Between Texas and Northern Mexico. Messes. Knapp amp Munzenberger of san Antonio Are the agents. Horrible Machias me Union gives the particulars of a Case of suicide which Are harrowing to read. It seems that a or. William g. Foster a worthy citizen of Mill Ridge me., while Labouring under excitement caused by business losses shut himself up in his barn am deliberately hanged himself. A Young daughter noticing her fathers actions suspected that All. Was not right an Ltd Bent a Little child to the barn to watch her father. The child returned saying a your a is standing up straight in Tho Burn floor in a minute Tho daughter was at the barn Aud beheld through an opening in. The door her father miss Udod by Tho neck. Forcing an entry co through Tho door she at once tried to release the body but her strength was insufficient. Running into the Street Sho raised an alarm and then overcome Tho poor girl Sank to the ground senseless and in that condition she has remained since with but blight Hopo of her recovery. The body of her father was taken Down but life was extinct. In Egypt Tho government is persecuting by imprisonment Castinado and Tho imposition of labor the converts of the american Mission the largest steel works in this country Aro located on the Susquehanna River Noar Harrisburg. The steel Trade is said to be Verv Dull in England and even the Bessemer Stee i works Aro reported to be in want of now orders a
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