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' 3 W. Gi WEBB, Proprietor.
■? Cfioe on Main street, between Franklin and Com-
uteres streets, Hoaatcn Texas.
batbs o? M7BS0ai?r:05, is co;a:
One rttf Is ad ranee.;...... -••• |
Six monih;, " ■•••••• *L
Turee months, " .i
One month, " ■
Tae Weekly will contain ail tie viewi, &c-, of the
dailies for the week- - - "1 i ,.
^ i [Associated. Press Dispatches. 1
Lv "New York. May 27—The Gsate*
t mania insurgents have purchased the
* Btoamar tAral ShArman With ft
argo of war material.
\j" The CoIaiBian Government
purchased the ewamer Virginias.
No correspondents or civilians are
allowed with the Yellow Stone Ex««
The captains of the ehipa Norveo
and E W. Messers, from Rio Ja«
neiro bound to New Yori. both died
of yellow fever on the voyagd.
Tcpeka, Ivan , May 27—Die*
patches froai Eoiporia, say the
"JSeasfco river tias overflowed,
canaing extensive damage to the
track of the Missonri, Kane as and
Texas Baiiroad. Trains are delayed
at the bridge across the Big John
Creek eonth of Council G;ove, the
•water rtrag around both ends of the
bridge driving away tbe embank'
meat. Cotton Wood Valley is com-
*• pietely. oveifhwed and the track
inundated. The bridge at Cedar
•0rove isjgone. Damage immense.
Hhlifax, May 21—The schooner
■1 Annie Brown, chartered by the New
'"York Wrecking Company to carry
goods from the wreck, was seized
by order of the Vice Admiral of
New York court, ict the suit of
j Edward Ryan and others of Pros-
f pect, who claim $8000 compensa«.
J tion for saving life and property at
1 the time of the wreck.
-I Sajt Francisco, May 2T—The
Captain of Company A. 1st cavalry,
; Gen. Crook's command reports the
killing of five Indians and the cap
taring of the supplies immediately
after the action. The 1st cavalry
has been ordered to the Modoc
.< country, leaving Arizona exposed,
te CiNcnwAri, May 27—Two negroes
' fought on an excursion train be-
tween Lexington and Winchester,
-one cut" the other's head nearly off,
and threw the body from the train.
St. Locia, May 27— Mambranous
Temple, a famous stallion, is dead,
i London, May 27—The Alabama
^■Claims have been diecaeaed in the
jHoase of Commors. Brutweck de-
slared that the policy of the govern-
ment was humiliating and degrading;
the government should brake
llatlon, when no sense of
would have been lent Eng-
that the arbitration was the
'merest monument of human folly.
|. Sir Stafford Norttcote admitted
f that during the negotiation treaty he
ilLad minutely examined the conse-
foqaftneea for British subjects or fixkg
? the end of the war at Lse'a surren-
Gladstone said that the advance-
j meat of indirect claims by the Ameri-
; can government was a gigantic error.
Ie all other respects he defended the
l coarse the arbitration had taken.
1 The debate then closed and that
* item was agreed to.
Washingt6n, May 28—In the mat-
Mr oi Madame Attache against the
cited States, resulting in a jadg-
ent in her favor for ovir two hun-
dred thousand dollars, it appears*
s Mr, Attache, a naturalised cifci*
of the United States. wa3 ex-
illed from Mexico in 1345 His
im was rejected by the commia>
won under the treat; of Guadalupe
Hidalgo* but was referred to the
Court of Claims by a special act of
Congress in 1845. Counsel for de-
fendant Mr. Javin and P. M. Clark.
A special dispatch says Delano
aa written Governor Davis, cf
' (Xas, another letter urging the
ae of Big Tree and San tan ta,
tribes having complied with the
k, produce, cotton and other
oge will be closed on Friday,
aration day, it being a legal holi-
Advices from the city of Mexico
pay that the people are dying eft like
ap with the smallxpox. In the
11 village of Igulia, in the State
Igo, there have been 190 deaths.
Indian chieftain, Lasado, at
accounts was being hotly pur-
' by Gen, Car bo.
lany officers wich their commands
' coming down from the mountains
id surrendering to the government
It lis stated that a subterranean
irtmect was discovered near Tam-
i In which Lasado confined aod
tared his prisoners. Among those
ly discovered and released was
rican, who had been impris*
; for fourteen years.
^•Washington, May 28—The Pres-
^"terian Assembly was received
the members of the Cabinet in
Bine R)om of the House at
secretary Fish, Beiknap.
^ aao, Ricbardecu and Attorney
^nerai Wiltiatns welcomed them
thalf of the President Rev
S- J- Mehal?, of St. Loais, the
rmer Moderator of the Assembly,
the absence of Dr. Drosley, ad-
ressed the Cabinet. He said they
jgretted the absence of the Prea-
' sat, we can, however, match your
land with our Oliver, as our es-
;med Moderator is not withms.
Officially, we ackaowledge allegi-
ice to but* one, our adorable Lord
fauv Savior, bat as citizfen^, we are
' "tlad to. give cur" allegi&ace to the
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THURSDAY. MAY 39, 1873.
The Weekly has a circui tioa ia
every portion of Texas, and in nearly every
State and Territory in the Onioa, audi
an excellent advertising media m.
powers that be. I o&n assure you
sir, tnat I but speak the common
sentiments of the General Assembly,
when I say that the one pr yer is
that the spirit of truth,, righteous-
ness ani peace may ever prevail in
Secretary Fish in reply said:
Mr. Hodefator and gentlemen, in
the absence of the President,, we
are charged by him to express his
regret in not being able to person-
ally welcome you to the city, we
are also charged by him to express
the interest with which he has
watched the deliberations of the
body you compose and rep:esent,
and controlling snch a iar^e^por-
tion of the christian denomination,
He welcomes you here, and con-
gratulates you on the harmony, wis-
dom and prudence which has con-
trolled your long and important
Mr. Wilson, of Philadelphia, then
introduced each delegate to the
members of the Cabinet, and after
the usual handshaking the dele-
gates withdrew, passieg from the
blue parlor to the red room and
conservatory. They subsequently
visited the other department build'
ings, where they were received by
the officials in charge.
Washington, .May 28—The Presi-
dent has returned.
Sheridan has detailed Fred. Grant,
of bis staff, to accompany the Yellow
The treasury paid a half million
to-day for the Philadelphia postoffice
Mr. Bliss was appointed postmas-
ter at Columbus, Ga....
Charles A- Page, formerly the
Washington correspondent of the
New York Tribune, died in London.
The Light House Board gives that
au iron Beveon 35 feet above low
water has been erected on Bebecca
Shoal, in the Gulf of Mexico. It con*
sists of an iron ehaft surmounted by
a circle cylendrical cage of hoop iron b
feet and 2i feet in diameter, below
which is number one, supported by
brackets projecting from the shaft;
the shaft and cage are painted black;
the number is painted red ; the
Beveon can been in ordinary weather
seven noutical miles.
New York, May 23— No general
strike of the carpenters is anticipa-
ted. Work is very slack. Fully
forty-six- jours are idle and caa not
Twenty weight thouaand dollars in
Uniten States bonds was found on
an arrested burglar. He ia held for
A dispatch from Virginia City eays
that the Spruce Mountain Indian
scare is groundless. The Indians,
who were drunk, have gone home
and resumed their usual avocations.
Stephen Johnson, of Atlanta. Ga.,
is dead. He died of small-pox.
New York, May 28.—The resi-
dence of Colonel Potter at Liudon,
New York,burned. The family barely
eecaped. Alighted fuse leading to
the barn under which fifteen pounds
of powder had been placed was dis-
covered just in time to preveat aa
The boads fouad on the burglar
Brady are proceeds of the Glean
Falls bank robbery.
Wall street is intensely dull. Ap-
proved mercantile paper waated at 7.
to 8c. Southera bond business has
continued good. Forty-five thousand
dollars #orth at a fraction concession
were disposed of to-day.
The burglar Reuben Nichols has
The steamship Iowa took over half
a million dollars.
The heat hdte is' excessive for this
season of the year.
The temporary bridge excavation
in Fifth Avenue fell in to-day while
a Sunday school procession was pass-
ing over it. Three persons were
Two unknown schooners were sunk
near Hell Gate to-day. It is believed
no lives wete lost.
New Orleans, La., May 29.—A
dispatch from West Station, on the
New Orleans, Jackson and Great
Northern Railroad, announces the
burning of the business portioa of
the town of Virdea, Mississippi, at
I o'clock this morning. Loss esti-
mated at $75,000. The insurance will
cover about $35,C00.
The non-arrival of the steamship
Cromwell, from New York for New
Orleans, leaving the former port on
May 17, causes uneasiness. She was
due here on Sunday last.
Philadelphia, Pa., May 28.—The
Aldermen convicted for receiving
illegal fees have been sentenced to
a fine of $100 and nine months im«
Boston, Mass., May 23.—Isaac
Bayard a negro bar-keeper had a dis«
pate with two men about paying for
the drinks which he settled by shoot-
ing both hia customers dead.
Milwaukee, Wis , May 28—A
large silver mine in thie vicinity yields
$40 per ton.
Ia a proclamation to such effect,
Governor Washburne eta fee that the
Milwaukee, aod St. Paui Riilroad has
forfeited the St Croix land grant
San Francuco, Cal , May 23.—
Wm. T. Coleman has been elected
president of the chamber of corns
The jaM here ia crowded with
Chinese boardiagahouse keepers con-
victed cf resisting the law against
the sleeping regulations. They re*
fuae to pay the fine and prefer to be
kept in juii.
Baltimore, Md., May 28 —The
assembly will not send delegates to
the World's Evangel cal Assembly
commencing in New York on che 22d
day of next month-
Nashville, Tenn,, Miy 2= —Ned
Allen won the purse in the firs: race
to-day. Time—4;7, 5:1, and 5:7.
The second race was won by Little
Mac. Time—4:2$, 4:1J, and 4:4$.
San Francisco, Cal., May 28.—F
company First cavalry leave for the
Pitt river country to iatercept Cap-
tain Jack, if possible, this, evening.
The command has been instructed to
ascertain tlfe temper of the Pitt river
Indians, Twenty Warm Spring In-
diana go with them as scouts.
A Modoc warrior with a equaw and
four children came into the camp in
th' lava beds and surrendered, yes-
West Station, Miss, May 23,—
The besinesa portion ot the town of
Virden, Mississippi, has been destroy^
ed by fire. Loss over $75,000.
Raleigh, May 28—Two negroes,
sentenced to be hung on the 30th,
for an attempt to murder a white
man, have been respited to the 6th
of June. The Governor ia con-
sideiing a petition to commute them
to life imprisonment.
Burlington, N. J., May 28.—The
Episcopal Convention, by a vote,
decided to divide the State into
Camden, Me , May 28 —The cor-
roaot's jury brought ia a verdict
stating that i)r. Baker came to his
death by a pistol shot in the hands
of Lucy Ann Mink.
Philadelphia, Pa, May 28—Two
drunkards, confined in a cell; one
cut the other's throat fatally. The
victim is aged 60.
St. Louis, May 28. —The bank at
Geneva, Mo., was robbed of $3500
by two men, who entered the bank,
overpowered the oashier, and forced
him to open the safe, and afterward
made to accompany them to the out"
skirts of the town.
A*party of armed men have gone
Havana, May 23.—The Jadge
took Price's declaration- Price is
now allowed to see his family asd
London, May 28.—The Epacm
meeting commenced yesterday. Tae
fun for the De'ffcy "occtirs. to-day.
There is good prospects of fine
weather. All the means of con
veyaace are engaged, and thou-
sands are going afoot.
Later,—Doa Castor won the Der-
by; Kaiser, second; Forward, tfrird.
Madrid, May 28—Gen. Neuvellas
has received reinforcements and
marched for Colof, sixty-four miles
northwest of Barcelona, in pursuit
of the Carlists under Tristany. The
Carlists are backing Maorissa in
the province of Bareelona, Work
is suspended in the town, the Car-
lists having cut the canal which
furnished them* with water power.
London, May 28.—The contest
for the second purse, between Gary
Forward and Kaiser, resulted in a
War Department, )
Office Chief Signal Officer. >
Washington, May £8. )
For the Gulf anc^South Atlantic
States and Tennessee southeast
winds, rising temperature, cloudy
weather aud rain, clearing to-morrow
in the western Gulf States ; for the
Middle States aud lower lakes south-
west and northwest winds.
New York, May 23 —Noon.—Ar-
rived—Steamships Italy and St.
Gold firm, 118i Money quiet 6 to
7. Exchange—long 8f; short 7f.
Governments dull and steady. .State
bonds dull, steady.
Cotton dull; sales 1223 bales ; Up-
lands 19£c; Orleans 19|c.
Cotton for future delivery opened
for June 18 7-16 to 18 15-32c; July
18 21 32 to 18 ll«16c; August 18 21-.
32 to 18 11.16c-
New York, May 28 —Evening.—
Cotton—dull,- salea 1331 bales; Up-
lands 19£c; Orleans 19|c,
Gold 118J tollSf,
Government bonds—81s 22J; 62s
16*; 64a 16i; 65a 18; new 18£; 67s
21i; 8a 19i; new 5s 14i ; 10-40s 14*.
State bonds—Tenn 6s 58|, Va 6i
43 ; new 50; consols 53 ; deferred 12;
La Gi 40; near 40; ieves 6s 40 ; do 8s
50; Ala 8a 80; oi 5-5: G-a 6i 74, 7*
90; N C 27i; new 15; special 15;
SO 21; new 17; Missouri 6j 93J :
St Joseph 90£,
Cotton—net receipts 335 bales j
do gross 2590; siles lor export to-
day 500 bales; sales cotton for ex-
port laat- evening — - bales ; sales of
futures 8 400 bales; the market
closed as follows: May 18ic; June
18 7-16c ; July 18 11-16 to 18 13-16c;
August 18 11-16 to 18fc ; September
17£e ; October 17£ to 17 5-16c; No-
vember 17 Il l6o; December 16f-c.
New. Orleans, May 23.—Flour
dull; XXX $7 25 to $8 50; family
$9 00 to $10 00 Corn supply fair;
j ellow 57c; white 57 to 58o. . Oats
quiet 5Gc. Braa firm 75c. Say dnli,*
held higherr; prime held at $24 00;
choice S'^3 00. Park no mdlfementi;
held at $17 50. Bacon firmer 7f, 9$,
9|, 9£ to 10c. Hams dull, 13 Jo 13£c.
Lard dull; tierce 9 to 9£c; keg 10 to
10ic. Sugar and molasses aothirg
doing. Whisky dull; ordinal^ West
ern 82 to S5c ; La. 943. Coffee quiet,
17£ to 20c.
Incesant rain retards business.
Sterling 28£. Sight fs premium
Gold 117f. *
Cotton—sales 1500 bales fc. Good
Ordinary 15ts; Low Middliag 16£ to
17c; Middlings 18 to 18ic; Middling
Orleans 18i to 18|c; receipts 2523
bales; exports to Great Britaia 6110
bales; stock on hand 103,003. I [
London, May 28.—Noo&*--Cob
sols 90|; 5a 89i-
Paris. May 28—Rentes 56f.;
Liverpool, May 28.—Nooai-Cot-
ton opened quiet; Uplandi 8fd;
Orleans 9| to 9Jd.
Later—Cotton dull and unchanged ;
sales 10 000 bales : for speculation
and export 2000 bates. Sales jester*
day included 6500 American. :
Later—Cotton shipped from 8avan
nah and Charleston for May deliverv
Liverpool, May 28.—Evening.—
Cotton closed unchanged; sa'es of
American 6000 bales; shipped from
Savannah and Charleston fat July
and August delivery 8 15-16d; from
New Orleans July delivery 8Jd.
Common rosin 8s. Turpentine 38s.
Pvris, May 23—Evening.—Eeates
closed 56f 55c.
General Beauregard has e!
rooms at the Montgomery Whj;
phur Springs for the coming sj
The new courthousa at C
Courthouse is nearly finish
will be ready for occupancy in ?June
Newcastle, in Craig county,.fe be-
coming quite a handsome li"
with paved streets and other
Col. J. H. Chaffin, the eel
Virginia dwarf, died on the' 2L .
of April, in hie 43 th year, at hiphome
in Bedford connty. He w«^ the
smallest man in the world. IF
There are 1100 men at work &n the
Valley Riilroad on the twe®y-six
mjjes between Harrisoab^L and
Staunton, and this part of theTEad itf
expected to be fi&i;hed by the first of
The granite shaft erected by the la-
dips of King George county to the
memory of the soldiers of that coun-
ty who fell ia the late w*r, is to be
encloeed at an early day by a sub«
stantial iron railing.
The Piedmont Virginian says: From
all that we have seen aad heard, we
are glad to say that neither the fruit
nor vegetables in this vicini-y were
damaged by the late frost to any
It is said that Judge Underwood is
inclined to resign his position of
United States Judge, and is only pre-
vented by the persuasions of his son,
who is clerk of the District Court.
Governor Caldwell has received aa
invitation' to attend the Congres-
sional Convention, which assembled
ia St. Louis, Mo., oa the thirteenth
The aame of Boon Hill, situated ia
Johnston county, waa;- changed to
Priacetowa oa Thursday, the first
day ot May, 1873. "
The Charlottese are troubled with
thieves, who are cute " eaotgh to
steal haraesa from buggies in front of
s ores on the priacipal streets of that
The Raleigh News is responsible
for the assertion that " at Cary, six
miles west of Raleigh, oa the North
Caroliaa Railroad, lives a man who
haa five brothers-ia'law, all of whom,
as well as himself, were bora on the
same day of ihe same month—we be-
lieve on the seventeenth day of Feb-
The military post at Spartanburg
is to be discontinued in a few days.
All the rivers and streams in the
up country are much swollen from
the recent rains.
They have a building and loan
association in Spartaaburg. W. K.
Blake, President; H. E. Heinitish,
Vice President; George Gofieid,
The Fair grounds ia Columbia are
being improved. A good mile track,
requiring con&idorabie filling in, has
been made, and a substantial board
fence placed aioand it.
There i& a movement on foot
among the varied employee* of Colcm«
bia for the purpolss ot forming a pro-
tective onion,- ^hich will combine
featnree of great importance.
The Cuban gentleman, who has
recently purchased St. Catherine'^
Island intends making BUgar cane
culture and the products arising
therefrom the leading feature in his
planting operations. Arrangements
are also being made to place quite
a number of cattle on the nevera
failing glades which cover a con-
siderable part of the island.
The Treasurer informs the editor
of tae Atlanta Constitution that
$400,000, or .one-third of the new
boude, tiave been sold. - This is
gratifying. At this rate every
bond will be sold by July-
Mr. George W. -Kendall, of New
Orleans, will soon visit Georgia for
the purpose of exhibiting the won-
derful spiritual manifestations of iiis
two littie daughters, aged respec-
tively thirteen and seven. He will
visit Savannah. ~
Columbus has .built six cotton
factories since'"the war, and con-
sumes seven thousand bales per
annum. Three new factories are
under way, and will be built, the
San says, before 1875.
The Masonic Female School in
Morristowa is in a flourishing condi-
The prospect is that the fruit crop
in Grainger couaty will not be eo
large this year as last.
Rev. D. F. Smith, recently of Me
ridian, Mies., has accepted an iavita-
tioa to become stated supply so the
Presbyterian Church at Athens.
Notwithstanding the severe winter,
the wheat crop ia Lawreace county
promises to be much better thaa was
hoped for a few weeks ago.
The next meetiag of the West
Tennessee Fair Associatiba will com
meace in Jacksoa oa the 28th ot Oc-
tober, and continue five days.- The
grounds are to be extensively imx
Wheat crops in East Tennessee
are reported good.
A large tobacco factory has just
been completed at Paris.
Two mad dogs were killed in Som-
erviile last week.
Meniogitia is still prevailing to
some extent ia Fayette county.
Knoxville is considering the erec*
tion of water-works and a public
Red foxes are killing young
lambs in Marion county.
Judge M. k T. Carpenter is an*
nouncei as a candidate for the
Senate from the Shelby countv dis-i
There is a good demand y$t, in
Bourbor, for two year bid 'fisulea
this spring, with few remaining.
Horses are active. .
The county jail of Harrison couaty
has been tenantless for more than
Mt. Sterling is about to erect a
monument to the memory of her
illustrious Confederate dead.
Maysville claims the rising man.
He made arrangements to go .up in
a balloon, when aa ill-natured ac*
quaintance remarked that "a man
who wouid ride in that way was an
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Chew, J. C. The Houston Telegraph (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 29, 1873, newspaper, May 29, 1873; Houston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth235042/m1/1/?q=chaffin: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.