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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 16 August 1865

I ...1 íltlí ,r JÍ the limmefliat Cm COÜBT, The Corporation va. C. C. Huctching. In this cane the fiicWTás disclosed by the mony,. Ptem to be' as follows : Mr. Hatting owned or had control of lot Jvv. building which was on the corner of said lot torn down to save the neighboring property destruction; and Mr. Hnoting, a few davs moved one of the other Buildings on the Mime IqI fronting on Trenmnt street, from its position tbe corner now left vacant—a distance, as one, ani __ testified, of about 4qML,, for many years k ffl-eiftati, and '.AMvWv from Houston- Houston. Houston. Owe* AHMTAWT fip^BTIWMAW. 1 Galveston, August 16th, 18o;j. j Tha fallowing letters roniain in my office un- cled for. Maraes to whom they aré addxessed, Capt. & A. Q. M. i/FlWkéOlíJiaf Mister* * * Marga- ;ed by one tit tho assistant engineer of the fire department, testified >„■ „ #i'that there was no moro danger to any other build- V P inas from this bnilding where it now stands, than Mrs Man lWmstadt o um...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 16 August 1865

TELEORAPHli ^ ~~fXfVTTV AT8"Ti"A TE 'V1'W :*• *****^yfT<MpraN. August foth, 189.1. ¿áVe ^w dr^s P^eífa of thá'Mtí, llth ¿ad 12th, írotti whieh we extract the followiug : "5*# Ton*, Adj^kst ti 5 p. it—Oóld closed at %S;$& and' heavy* .Sales ,0OQ b#M attó ^N*w Yp t, Aug. 8, 6 p. M.~*Cotton dull and heavy. Sales 4000 bales at 46o. • i ... Gotd'dull but very Arm. It oponed at 44 and d03Viu! August ftffrtfh foUqwipf is the vote fo camber*,of the Cowmtion iu Pike county: Qu.nn 380; Jowoll, , J82; Hppkrn^ 24 jn Wilkimoa. county: Brandon, flftd 836, Ven- tres*, 135. New ■k,o**,'Aiig«t 9.—The Times Washington speoiftl wy« the ¿resident is in goal health and *§¡f. Internal Revenue ycceip'tfyostOidyiy nintitih'fc- ai to uuwaida of a quarter of a million Tae Treasurer has sufficient funds to pay all its indebtedness to the army. Che Herald's liiohmond correspondent says the ^lotiott of the officers of the' Freedmen's Bureau «^re,: iinUer the induction's from the Chief of the {jtirqau at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 16 August 1865

m> 85 111 -mWrn WZm V'/ V ^;¿^i isT'.:^' i President. Secretary pro fem. _____ Urownuville, Lexaa, Inly 24th, I8Cfi Sealed propoaols, in^duplicata. will be i1 is office unt# Notice to Tax Payers. OFPlCii OP \88Bh80 AND COLLECT/* Oalvkoton. July 10. i«65 NOTICE is hereby given to the Tax Paver* „ „ * cHtnn. that the Taxi' Tor 18(16 are no. a... 01 ( *i. 12 o,clock, M., for I, ID^ QUUIICttVii. nui MW w iivitva ID iioiowj gifvu v mv tttATiyth AP A > ant# August 20th, 1865, at veston.thut the Ta*e* for i««6 y« now du, ¡, ¡¿J supplying the ^; °The" Boll will be kept open for jol|e«tlon. - . to suooeas- íu* the^cfty oAiew'Or- |0 adjoining parishes, organized, and have ra fe, i herewith. We i and eWfct members r that oar labors may be organization effect- k to you not only in be. \ of Mew Orleans, bat in sens of oar whole and love of conn- . Let them be ¿veto inculcate peace, harmony and good feeling amongst ail. Let as unite in one common effort to restore our distracted country to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 17 August 1865

n o v-i \i.vksn THURSDAY, M GUST 17, 1865, Wm..B< SORLEY, CtmnfMlon and Shippiiur IQerchunt AND COTTON PASTOR, Strand, Galveston, Opposite Bulletin and Civilian Offices.-©# .ugld3in. A. M. LEA, Bookseller and Stationer, MASONIC D UILDING, p#«t Office street, hear Tremont ««.teston, Texas, K*eps on baud u lull assortment of every thing in ki* line, including Pianos, Guitars and Music. awgJdly ■<#HS wolston, O. 0. wel1.S, OB MILES VIDOR. WOLM'rON, W'KLLS to VI <*OK, tiUXERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Stmud Ouivcstoii, Will receive Cotteu and AfJKer .produce for sale or Hiiipment. VVillexecute aiders for Pluutation nnpplies, « hon accompanied by cash or secured bv consignmait r ;-prr d«oe.. Instructions will-be implicitly oheyed. A ¿count stiles promptly rendered. and proceed* of a le« always rea'.y when called for. je36-tl6m ~ B ALLINÜ 12 R & JACK, AttoÉ^kvs at Law, Galveston, Texas. •fcJT At their old office, Po^t Office Street. -Ufimd KONSITLUrAÑN & CO., BOOT AND SHOEMA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 17 August 1865

ijíi> Tu tlfiij i >íiliittfii" lÉaTllMÍ' '*• ,-.5. mm the loliowiug: , Aug. 16th. tfsw Yoai, Aug. ll.-Thé Republican Conven-" áon, assembled at Racine, auopted reeolutions . ,,,, «vi«l«nn ahowad tüat tne nrisonei "not seo how the fleet without seeing IGENCE Rsoobdeb's CouaT,—-Judyt Oolt Presiding.— The first case called was that .of Artliur McCar- 1« «rita <** « th.. o pmoner ----- , y ^ny ®r month. t Min. HfttdinnnV, ou the f ubllc Square, to the PwaicUuits h *jf y* to a hype... ¿he truth, until reoonstracftion wm UP to WM& üí ,the sid® w^' ^ wtf on the point of striking a drayman when urreaieu. Demo- Arthur knew nothing about it, in íaet he never re- member l e dW when drunk, rewamoeib Middling cot- W well when sober, , To refresh his meiuoiy mo Auaoung Judge tirid him $3 00 and cost. Judge M>i<j re- marked thut it is not necessary for the Marsual to 3fc i wsv£ £¿ "• • *• «• "•* ■ . ~n«t.iicuuU i« Ti Th8 offlQer who made the ears. here* nrrniy to his policy. keú...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 17 August 1865

• • **± Additional from tHe Nortl washisotoji, Aug. 4.—The commissioners ap- nomtedWlfc the President, consisting of Judge Ooolev Superintendent of Indian Affairs, Judge Edmunds, Commissioner ol' the General Lund leueraey, and" u Don't give tlem a «ma «ay: to eat to-day. At one time lie took eight of the United Statu* barely time to jump iber, all non-oouimi - sloop before she sunk. I woned ofiioers, and upon out reining to take the mas?, sail and compass, oath and to parsuade the privates todo su, tied boüed rice, which the crew, had l£?SI a provision of had cooked for their contemplated interview wnn tne Anoians wuo affiliated with the rebels, for the purpose of ar- ranffinii for a permanent peace. It ia expected that rep.e-entatives over 40,000 rebellious Indians will be in council. The follow- inrr tribes will be reprvsented ; Cherokees, Creeks, ¡Seminóles, Choctaw, Chickasaws. Milchawaws, jind other affiliated tribes wiihin v.fytt is technic- ally called the Southern Superiuteu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 17 August 1865

gIViMMa.M July 24th, in daplicaU< until August! iáB ock, M., for supplying the U. H. forces at < «{•« Draioa Santiago, Brownsville, Ringyold bar- A s raixut rack . Fort Mcintosh, Texas, and all Posta. W|J] 12 o,clock, Notice to Ta> rayen, OFPiCtf OF ASSESSOR AND COLLECTS i (Ulvkstcn. July JO, I*6fi. .7- NOTICE i hereby given to the Tux PMÉa 0r f, | it 20th, 1865, at vestnn, that tbe iwe for 18(S are nowWli at will be ri Tlie Rolls will be kept open for JOlleuUotu „« •, Lugust 20th, utter which tlute all delinquent proum ___ .rill be advertised end sol , an required hy aw • *2 ide big ones HuiDitála and camp in the vicinity drawing sop Payers will save this additional expenso tiy prompt!, plie therefrom, wiih l''resh Beef, until l)ec«inbur 7^"''* WteuiSlttB 1, rohn Bright 31 at, 1865. I o decide to Separate bid wni be received for each of the „>lkliM — tendered to John Bright the nee of a steam lí gate, should He decide to Separate —-,T -—i-,- . üit tTs country. above nam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 18 August 1865

Wm. b. sorley, CMariMloo and Shipping merchant and cotton factor, Stbanp, Gai.vkston, jty Opposite Bulletin and Civilian Office8.-©8 auglaám- .i a. m. lea, Bookseller and Stationer, MASONIC BUILDlM,. rest office street, near Tremont Ga.veston, Texas, Keep* on 'wind ft full,assortment of every thing in ■ tin*, including Pianos, Guitar# andMusic. his togSdly j#BV WOL8TOK, O. 0. WE1<i.8, CHARLES VIDOR. WOLSTON, WELLS Jk V! OK, QENEliAL commission MERCHANTS, Strand Oalveston. Will receive Cotton and other producé for sale or shipment. Will execute order# f<rr Plantation supplies, U linn accompanied by cash or secured by consignment ; produce. Instructions will be implicitly obeyed. Aínount sales promptly rcnderéd, and proceeds of i, les al ways rea1.y when called for. je36-U6m ~bTE"LIN G E R & JA CK, Attorneys at Law, Galveston, Texas. aegr- At tlieir old office, Post Office Street. • 1 lürad KONSUOIANN & CO boot and shoemakers, MARKET ST., NEAR TREMONT. ' (Formerly Ahren'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 18 August 1865

150 is Chief Engineer, and Engineer. Company * ' /well organ- eighteen to a, and are, to a certain extent, in a te, the wfcole fb*ee amounting to anoea of áb £ ninety firemen; and of these, only about ; revolu- oneífourth «íe holders of property in real estate, 1 who This state of things should not exist * ought to be at least three i the I ■■ , BjP'T!h«jfl .... „ „ wwa„ hundred ftrawen in this to testify it oit« aud wo trU8t that ere long some steps will be of, * i Such ™?n taken tó imnrove the fire department. £| Th.Hooiandltód,™, together with the truck, SeS^SE ¡H^thS53% the" . complete ■is ® TSuílSTthe ftSÍT eSV" P?oS¿6d ton * pacnltarly «poeed &om the tot «at <? « tinto amnesty lo all tiwpiEbod enemies half the huildrngs we built tí ^m4A Aort i oí um dvuastv He required no oath, attached no 411316 smce we advised the purchase 0t a steam nre leonTtion Vfi't thereX hun^eS who üle Vio- engine, and we repeat it now. The tnval expense editorial review to Hu aud Louis Rlaniy p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 18 August 1865

► were received Ib no oewíntion in whieh are pour- íaral a office. Two imndrea mtu uxfifj «•,« ¡he promiseofalarge number on Monday, signóla are perfect. and cot with _■■■■ ,&►* vpntv of the applications received were from Mis- fssiupi. recommended by Gov. Shurkey, and lifty Vircimiins, yeooramended by Governor Pierpoint, ArnOÚH thouv wfcoaq peuiteno.e in vouched tor by ♦he latter officer eye «ome of the rabid secessionists who were member of the. convention which dmt'- Ced Virginia into'eecesHiou. Daring the week ending to-day, nine National flanks were established, With on aggregate capital of #2 180.000. The only Western bank authorised m# the Merchant' , at St. Louis, wit • uipital of *7'fhefollowing banks háve been designated de- stories of public moneys : First National Bank, of tawrenceburg, Iowa 5, National Bank of Law- rence, Pennsylvania. . ■WasxQTOwm, AuS- 6-—During the week ending yesterday there were issued lrom. the Treasury s-t(i,000|110 in National Bank' earreuoy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 18 August 1865

X V the sad con.se- paroledby MgSBST [ i duplicate. Will bo re itil Aagtwt ÍOih, 186 , at rtü U.s. forceé at i Office, the war a good _ íat route. They r at ttM landed jr, and in twenty- ar fiat shipment, the Opehrasaw noil- revived, if «nit- '" WM , and 'New Or- «* h beet' at rates much f ruta&Texas has plen- ome Cotton left. The iatmow urn ibwi mi— ... ris, how are they to be brought'to —. the completion OÍ the New Orleans acid Texas railroad becomes a Question of SSSESÜ&&S9S ■qyesti ,The 1 _M graded. From New p the Sabine, Jstanoe is 116 on 108 .Hiles, where it will railroad system of Texas. . .j New i Orleans to Houston i but 347 miles, and by completing the gap be- tween New Iberia and the aSiné/business con- nections will be made and facilities afforded, the ntogea at which eaniscaioely be over-eBtimat- JVith the imperfect facilities in existence pri6rlol86(V Texas sent annually 80,000 beeVes to the New Orleans market; what then must trade bo when eattle eaa be sen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 19 August 1865

ALVKSH Wm. B. S0RLK1, OíyaiiilMioniiHd^üippiiu Merchant ANUCOITON FACTOR, Htkakü, GAI.VKHTON, Opposite Bullotii^and Civilian Offices.-®| agld3m. A. M. LISA, Bookseller aid Stationer MASONIC BUILDING, P«at Office street, near Tretuont Ua.Teston, Texas, Keeps ou hand a Full assortment of «"very thing in Mp line, including Pianos, Guitar* and Music. asgHly #®f WOI.8TON, C. O.'WBU.S, CUA11I.B* Vinoii. WOI.STON, WtiLI*« iV VI <*OIt, 4SSKRAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, St.and «¿aivcston. Will receive Cotton and oilier pr >duce for sale or • iipnieiit. Will *.\eeiite orders for Plantation supplies, alien aceMvipunii'd by cusí or secured l y consignment i\ iprodnce. Instructions will bo implicitly obeyed. s *ioiuit sales promptly ruidaieil, and proceeds «if • 1m al wayar* *y when called for. je3G-dttin "BAUÍNtíKR l JACK ATTOWKVS AT LaW, G(dv«8ton, Texas. '"•65P* At their old office, Post Office Street. ;1I6md KONSlILIHt^ & CO., • HO T AílD SHOK M AKE R 8, It AII ICE T ST., NEAR TREMO NT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 19 August 1865

w< liÁ & letter ie favors "armed iutervon- Mexico. New York, and H^^amrt-beenforced IKKip mmmm cürlMVflientered into an the European ol hontihties betw have enunciated a Central America. troaty both offensive and twocn the eiujnre jthe Oriental conl empire tiou u; < doubt of ^dvod'T, lío- í.fta^tod NejSl. eituated on the corner o zu: ket and Tremont streets, In érder to make it more na* convenient to hiwsetf and lady, ho /emPTflfO P«V- tition from the upper floor down to the next lower story. All this Was done with the coiisent of Dr. Lubadie, who was the aetím agent for Mr. Rich- other in ca These Slal >otrine fjrSou <*> ider tLutther^ult 9f hepeuc? ^ stated, breagi j with^lto6¿tfajr bé't^glve corder> May oloj and acted as liú iaaerenaded at Elmira ceaa in tho war not guilty,' Quid Nunc objects to a regí- before Img become a renubl c, oroviVled ^larahal" in* th«*meantlmo. which is said to be en route Utifc tUo other tí tutea have the wisdom t> a&unie a,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 19 August 1865

¡raixuitAi'iuc T1I8EE DAYS °LATElt NBWÍ. Uu/nuToií, Aug. 18, 18CB. We ha*e Kew Orleans pipera to the evening o! AfgUHtiStli, contaihiua the following tolegnuiu : Kew York, Auguat 14—The Heraldo Washing ton cjrroapondüut nay the negrees about Murtins- burg Va., are committing depred aron* not witli Geu. Ho 32X2! Btau Jiuy the prt*¡ouo¿1 of i v ñau interrupt tho negro troops. i-otfeediu¿s ou uutuorúy u« to wW The wlntoa faar to interrupt t^ie, p.-ocei tóconutof themilitary toro , aud^tate ¿nd üov. JPierp at are much exofuiuoU > sh*J be dono uith the m groea. •j.'he Tuaca'a JJeaororfc spocial siiy :'Governor Perry' speech at Ureenviile baa disuffóctüd the loyal men, Wiio «ay bo in not the man for the TjjLp, We the vf^itt a, the bitter benfc to House und inloiuitd t^e commandant oi itary of the waiter, und on Wednesday a a forte was iseut down to capture the plotters. fcJowe o* tniise blacks attempted to r fbught desperately. In the melee in them, one wa killed Outright, and two d* _...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 19 August 1865

jéiyrwewwn Üve denial da compra „ é *, 6,F*iixed , lüüO prime yellow at ,--1 06 per 192 auOma bold at 70c., and 7 at if ¿3 .Ü( j at $33 50 ^ bbl., and writing there does not appeat to i in commercial oiréis. There nent in cotton, but not ■ in market or for Bale. i wua alho a m jre liberal supply of exchange about the samo as jester, day. The heat ot tue sun with the dust renders it aluioat intolerable on the levee and tb« landings, ft is almost us much as a maa's iile ia worth to uu- , _aaa on the levee tor tour or live hours j is souia addition to business at the tJppet ftatnai and New Buhiu. The stock of lumber isin- aramiiig, and a lower range ot prices must follow. . Tac water ui tue lako* is exti«me\y low at this time, and must continue until the wind changes «fc tLeeáfct.Viud. The üola market opens quiet, with rates in- TeZiU, hily 24th. 1866 . tt«áied oroDoaols iti duplicate Will be re j* #^U ceivedat t is office until August 20th. l8Gf>,at u y(iry 12 o,clock, M., for supp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 21 August 1865

¿ALVIÍSTOJÍ, MO\ Wm. 13; SOR LEY, C«aiii ÍMl«ii a«4 Shipping ftlerclmut AND COTTON FAUTOR, Strand, Galvkston, j£T* Opposite Bulletin and Civilian Offices.-®® augld3m. .. ■ ~ . A. M. LEA, Bookseller and Stationer, MASONIC BUILDING, fcm Office street, r enr Trenton t Galveston, Texas, m Keeps on hand ii full assortment of pvery thing in .^ii line, including Pianos, Quitar and Music. ^ aug2ily lomn woiston, c. ti. wkli.s, cuakmh vido . WOL8TON, HELI.S A VI.IOK, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, StJiitid Galveston. Will receive fiott<>a and nitiu'r produce for sale or ►'lijinient. WilH xechte orders for Plantation supplies, i\ hen aettosipanied by cash or secured bv consignment c produce. Instructions will be implicitly obeyed. a «>«ount cales promptly réndeíeí, and proceeds of i 1m always cea ly when called f«h Je36-d6m "¿A LLI N O E 11 & J A.CK, Attornbvs at Law, Galveston, Texas. MOT At their old office, Tost Office Street. ; It 617$ ; KONSlILfflA^X k CO.* BrOT AND SHOEMAKER...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 21 August 1865

*Vi of that county all men glance t of renunciation of allegi- , s i - ~ nev^i diarfgibg federate States, eeb H| HI 6tyy, minas a few favorod "exceptions. had been conscribed into or as supporters afrtbe armies o( the Confederate States; and «any onder and over those ages had|either volunteered or been hired as substitute * and all these had taken the iron clad oath of allegiance to the newly created Government. Tbus there was not an officer in all Texas sworn to support tht> Consti- tution of&he (Jnited'Btates, or if he had been, ho had unsworn his adherence to this para mount law. Uen. Lee and his subordinates surrrtüdered all the armies, flags, arms, war ma- .. vessels, archives and records of these Confederate States, The President and Vice President and the less nimble footed cabinet officers were captured, and the President is awaiting his trial for the highest offence*known _ to) the law ;| the senators generally fled ; the Representatives have generally Bued for pardo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 21 August 1865

«1—-- Xdditional from the North. \ 1" •* «< f- I o tin SK?±áT.%JL4!?,í?}- <* y** u-^hinotok, Aug. 9 —The President wns liter-¡ other word*, be leturned to slavery ,i -werWhelmed with visitors to-day, the crowd in defence of the plan, that the necroSa ^ than during any previous day for two i,„ u . , groes llS The largest portion were Southern- ers anj [ offl atap; uged to view. or oñ pardon missions. The r in exoellent health, and man- ive nearly all who desired an inter- Ion, within a day ialhat of Herschel v. dontsoi, or ueorgia, «i.n was formerly a candidate for Vico President 1 the Douglas ticket. His application for pardon JJg presented to the Attorney General by Mrs. ^'"Alfred Ely/a ex-Congressman from New "Xork, ú here. Itis understood that Mr. Ely, Maj. Gen. Wilcox, and CoL Lee, of Boston who were asso- iotes in the Bichmond prison, are summoned here to testify Nfo#the Military Commission about to be convened for the trial of the Xndersonville prison keeper, who also ac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 21 August 1865

Tvrif HBÜv lirm In tba gold i toa oÍ apon ■■■ condition. .itoléfthBE __ has tailed, tout it need* ■■ labilities are two Another xejÉkt will pay fifty cents on the r he fled, used a cheek dollars. It ia not t involved the firm The i foot up over a million. The failure of Ketch am <fc Co., caused a perfect stock speculators from the watering of Hew England bankers is also t that they will suffer severely. [ «100,000 of the forged cer- tificates. i detectives are on the alart to catch young i rumor of another fcil- .*m New York is Peter B. Mumford, reported as having failed on Monday, was arrested to^y, charged with defcl- «Atñrn to Greenleaf, Morris & Col, with worthless checks amounting, two hundred and eighty thou- sand dollars on the Exchange Bunk. Bnnuxo, Me., Aug. 18.-11 safe of Stephen Pation was blown up by boiglara and robbed of a quarter of a million of dollars. Loatbhwobth, Xaxaas, Aug. 16.—The Kansas River and another bridge over the Stranger River have been earned a...

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