GUAM. AUGUST 6, 1871.
Miguel Blas, husband of Maria Asuncion, went looking for his bull (toro). Word got to him that the toro got loose and was freely roaming. He never returned that day to his worried wife. The next morning, people were sent out to look for Miguel. They came back to inform Maria that she was now a widow. The toro had gored poor Miguel to death. (P. Aniceto's Chronicle)