The Galveston Daily News. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 43, No. 34, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 27, 1884 Page: 3 of 8
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THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS. SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1864.
Party Sentiment and Opinions,
Arranging tlie Machine for Chicago—Items
from the Convention—'Tlldeii ami
McDonald In Kentucky.
Meat Virginia Grcenbacker**.
.Charleston, W. Va., April 2<>.—The (Jreon-
tftck purty of this county met hare to-day and
chose delegates to the Btato convention May
21. The delegates po instructed for Dr. A. R.
Burbee for governor. There is strong talk of
fusion between the Greenbackers and Repub-
The Amendment Carried.
• New Orijcans, April 2I>.—It in now regard-
ed certain that the first nmrndmeut to the
state constitution is carried. This auiendinant
provides that interest ou state bonds, wllicb
Lad tecii 4ixed by the constitution at 3 por
cent, for fifteen years from January 1, 1883,
and 4 per cent, thereafter, shall be raised to 4
lereent. from January 1, 188-5, for the whole
erm of thirty years. This is believed to bo
the first instance in which a State, by a vote
of the people, raised the interest on a public
debt. The City of New Orleans, according to
returns published, gave mora than 18,000 ma-
jority for the amendment; some parishes, Ton-
fas, Assumption. Iberville and St. James, over
N*w Yohk, April 28.—A sub-committee of
the Independent Republican conference com-
mittee met again to-day. Among those pre-
sent were Carl Bchurz, ex-Governor D. H.
Chamberlain and Generals Francis C. Bartow
and Henry E. Tremaine. A paper prepared
by the committee in relation to candidates at
the ccming election was discussed and ordered
printed. General Barlow said he thought the
preference of the organization was tot Ed-
LOpiSTJUB, Ky., April 20.—'The Democrats
•of Kentucky held conventions all over the
State to-day. Resolutions were adopted unani-
nmusty demanding a tariff for revenue only.
McDonald and Tilden divided about equally
Ibe expressions of preference. In spito of Mr.
"irson's refusal to be a delegate at large
to tne Chicago convention, quite a number of
counties have instructed for him.
_ Instructed for Arthur and Lincoln.
Bai.kioh, N. C., April 20.—The Eighth Con-
gressional District Republican convention
elected delegates to Chicago. They aro in-
structed for Arthur and Linoolu.
A Beautiful l)uy and Fine Racing on tlie Mem-
Memphis, April 26.—Another beautiful
morning as regards the weather, with the
track still in improved condition, heralded the
third day of tho spring meoting of the Now
Memphis Jockey club. Being Derbv day, the
•entrance whs free. The attendance numbered
JTlie lb stliace—One anil one-sixth mile, handi-
cap, Manitoba, favorite, 1; Al»ck Anient, 2;
Potonia, ;>. Time—B minutes. Voltaire, War-
si^n. Joerllaily, Fair Count, Col. Hepburn and
Little Joker aiso ran.
Second IInee—Tennessee Derby stakes for
tbree-year-olds, one and one-half mile; 10
St like, favorite, 1; Zampa, 2; Jim Carlisle, 3.
Third Race—Fairview stakes, for two-year-
olds; five-eighths of a mile, Ten-3trike came
in first; Bcrsand, second; Freeman, third;
Willie C'lar'.., fourth; Rico, fifth. The three
first were owned by Morris, and Patton was
the rider. Willie Clark claimed foul in that,
while leaving, just after the send off he was
crowded into the fence by the rider Sax or
Bei.'and. Willie Clark showed a cut on the
left flank. Foul was sustained, and the judges
favo Ihe race to Willie Clark; Rico, sesond.
his disqualified Morris and Button's entries
for that race, and suspended jockey Sax dur-
ing tbe remaining of tho (lav's meeting.
Fourth Race—Steeple chase; about two
miles. Carter Harrison, first; Captain Carry,
tecond. 'lime—5.44'4. Judge Burnett, Favor-
ite, and Bagdad fel! at the first hurdle.
London, April 26.—At Sandown second
fpring Meeting to-day the grand international
steeple chase handicap was won by Saville by
three lengths, Roquefortssecondj CarfcMvin
third. There were six starters.
Tbe Princess of Wales free handicap raeo of
SCO guineas, was won by Southampton by three
lengths, Walton's Deceiver second, Quebada
third. There were eleven starters.
The race for tho Esther stakes was won by
the Lambkin by three-quarters of a length;
Acrostic second,'Walton's Hopeful third. There
were eight starters.
Minneapolis, April 26.—This evening n
hotly contested glove fight took place' between
Professor Duplessis and a local celebrity
named Lewis. Only three rounds were fought,
when the referee called time.
Fourth Round—Duplessis came to the
scratch, but Lewis was unable to meet him,
and tbe former was awarded tho victory.
Both mm were very weak in tho last round,
but neither was badly disfigured. Duplessis
issued a challenge to Professor Donaldson, and
it is expected the match will soon be arranged.
Cincjnnatj, April 26.—A glove fl^ht took
place at Robinson Opera-house to-night, for
|6C0— four rounds—between Bob Farrell, New
York, IMS pounds, aijd Charles McDonald,
Cincinnati, formerly of Canada, 170 pounds.
Farrell was decidedly superior, and the de-
cision wns in his favnr,attho end of tbe fourth
round, by Referee Tom Royan. He was ap-
plauded by the large audience.
CRIMES AND CASUALTIES.
Sentenced to be Hanged.
Sandwich, Out., April 26.—Luke Phillips,
charged with shooting his wife on a ferryboat
the 19th of last August, was found guilty of
willful murder and sentenced to be hanged
Sentence* ot Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, O., April 26.—Unusually severe
sentences have been pronounced against re-
cently convicted prisoners by Judge Matthews,
of the Common Pleas Court John Walker,
who went into Schmidt's drug store at night,
and w ith a drawn revolver compelled the clerk
to deliver up tbe money, was sentenced to ten
six years: Frank Hogan, same, seven; John
Kerwin, same, five; Fred Nye, a noted horse-
thief, fifteen years. There were a number of
sentences for shorter terms, but there were
peculiar circumstances warranting mercy.
Lodged In Jail.
Foiti Wayne, Ind,. Amil 26.—Sheriff Me-
Griff, of Adams county, arrived here this
evening, and lodged in .jail two men, giving
tbp names of James Cruikshauk and Christo-
pher Beekeuhauer, who were arrested ou sus-
picion of having murdered Ame3 Bockstoe,
near Bei ne, Ind., yesterday. They were given
a preliminary hearing at Decatur to-day, and
Were bound over to await the June term of
court. The Adams countv jail having burne l
recently, they wore lodged in jail here for safe
St. Loi is, AVil 26.—The Post-dispatch
Boonville (Mo.) special says: Marshall Smith,
at Pilot Grove, tvvelvejniles south of thiscity.
arrested a counterfeiter giving the name of
Arlington. He was brought to this city and
lodged in jail, awaiting a preliminary hearing.
O11 his person was found a large amount of
counterfeit gold coin.
Penalty lor.l iimercnnllle Conduct.
Cincinnati, April 2(1.—The sentence of in-
definite suspension against Nelson, Perin &
Co., prominent grain-dealers, was pronounced
to-day by the Chamber of Commerce 011 a
chaige of unmercantile conduct.
Railroad Collision at Hoosac Junction.
Troy, April at—Two Boston, Hoosao Tun-
nel and Western trains collided this morning
nt Hccfac Junction. Fourteen freight cars and
two engines were wrecked. A brukemau was
New York, April 26.—William J.Phillips,
of the Produce exchange, who failed yester-
day, has absconded. He bad forged warehouse
receipts for large quantities of flour and done
other fraudulent acts.
What is Going on in the Old World.
London, April 26.—James Itiissoll Lowell
j resided at the monthly mooting of tho Brown-
ing society lust evening. He spoke in high
terms of the poet, to whom, he said, ho owed
ft I01 g-stiipdir.g debt of gratitude. " There is
ro poet," he declared, " who has given greiter
variety or show n more originality. He is of
all others tho masculine—the virilo poet."
Scllxiitloil 111 Berlin.
Rerun, April 26.—A sensation was causo-l
to-day by u statement made to the auti-social
ist committee by Ri liter, that anarchists had
placed sixteen pounds of dynamite under the
statue of Geriiiutiia, at Niederwald,shortly lo-
foie 1 lie unveiling of the monument, and a ter-
rible cntaslropbo was only prevented by the
fort urate riicnmstauco that tne rain rendered
the explosive burmless for a time. The dyna-
mite yas discovered after tho immense assem-
blage Lad dispersed. Tho fact was kept seoret
until this time.
AITair. Ill Spain.
Madrid, April 26.—Tho government claims
to have received further information of a revo-
lutionary movement in the provinces. Several
fificers and civilians at Barcelona, center of
agitation in the south, have been arrested.
Liverpool, April 86.—John Daly, a sus-
pected dynamiter, in jail for the past two
weiks awaiting trial, has been transferred to
Birkenhead, where the arrest was made and
where the trial will take place.
Dentroyed by Fire.
London, April 26.—A fire on tho promise! of
W111. "W Iiitclcr, dealer in general merchandise,
in Wcstboui ne, destroyed one building and
damcged four others. Loss, £250,OUO.
Havana, April 26.— A band of thirty-three
Haytian crcoles landed in Cuba to reinforce
London, April 26.—Miss Mary Anderson
starl 1 011 her provincial tour to-morrow. A
fpeci.il train takes tbe actress and her com-
pany to Edinburgh. The railway company
have decorated the Pullman car in which Miss
Andtrscn is to travel.
Occurrences Throughout the Land,
plt'ibrcrgh, April 26.—Tho bolt and nut
manufacturers of the United States havo
foimed a pool for the purpose of restricting
tbe production and establishing profitable
selling 1 nfes. A meeting will be held about
May 1, to revise salts and discounts, and limit
tbe time fixed for the pool agreement.
The Coming Council.
St. Louis, April 26.—It is stated on tho au-
thority of a Catholic priest here that the work
of <be ccming council at Baltimore was mark-
ed out at the late meeting of archbishops at
Rome, and that it will refer largely to secret
societies, mixed marriages and divorce, all of
which will be utterly condemned as anions the
greatest enemies of tho church, especially se-
cret societies and mixed marriages, It is al-o
stated that Ihe tenure of parish priests will he
fixed to continue during good behavior iu-
stead of being at the will of the bishops as
New Orleans, April 26.—The Times-Demo-
crst's Canton (Miss.) special says parties in
New Yoik, Philadelphia, Chicago and St.
Levis bold bonds of Madison county issued
t(n years ago for a railroad from Canton to
Vitlisburg. 1 be road wen never built. Tho
I ends ui re never legally issued. Tho present
beard of supervisors have engaged counsel.
A^ninxt Drcsxed Beef.
New Yohk, April 26.—Tho Eastern Butch-
ers' Protect! ve society met to-night, and re-
pelled assurances bad been obtained from a
luiinbu' of retail butchers tlioy would not do:il
in Chicago dressed beef. It is proposed to can-
vass tfce city and furnish the different trades'
unions the names of tliose who refuse to aid in
tbe movement, and have boycotted ail trades-
nun who persist in purchasing shipped dressod
Lc.t'isviLi K, April 26.--Two benefits, given at
McAuley's theater to-day by the Roland Reed
company, for tho benefit of the homo for
Confederate soldiers, at Richmond, Va., did
not realize over $1000. The attendance was
Death of Thomas tiolT.
Cincinnati, April 26.—Thomas GofT, of
Aurora, Ind., one rf the largest distillers in
(he eounti y, died of apoplexy, in this city, yos-
teiday evening, aged 74 years.
Nrw Yohk, April 26.—Buttman, Tompkins
& Co. assigned. Preferences, ^55,0UJ. Caused
by tbe wheat excitement yesterday.
J'npcr Dealers Failure.
Ei.kiiai,t, Ind., April 26.—Irwin, Lane &
Co., paper dealers, assigned. Liabilities,
ft0,CC0 ; essets about the same.
New Tork, April 26.—Gold shipments to
Europe to-day, $17,580,000.
Washington, April 26.—Representative
Reogr.n is better to-night, and his physiciaus
now Lope for ultimate recovery.
Zietclier I'ashu Making Trouble.
London, April 26.—A Cairo correspondent
telegraphs tbe Times the following: An Eng-
lish officer of great experience in the Soudan
assures me that he possesses abundant proof
that Ziebeher Pasha is intriguing in the Sou-
dan, and that he is responsible for the reeeut
tif rising north of Khartoum. Tho Times re-
ccmmends immediate inquiry into this mattor.
The Advance to Berber.
London, April 26.—A council was held at
the war office this morning. It is reported
the Duke of Cambridge, Lord Wolsely and
the Marquis of Harrington advised against an
expedition to Berber at the present time, or
any advance whatever until a full force shall
be equipped to relieve Khartoum in the au-
tumn. Nubar Pasha is pressing the govern-
ment to come to an immediate decision as to
the advance to Berber. Tbe Egyptian troop3
at Assouan and other stations in upper Egypt
are disaffected and declare their intention of
joining El Mahdi. Numbers are deserting.
The French Policy.
Paris, April 26.—The Gaulois says France
will urge tbe conference to establish dual con-
trol qf Egypt. Should tbe powers be inclined
to assent Earl Granville has prepared a counter
proposal placing tbe finances of Egypt under
general European control.
The Proponed Conference.
Paris, April 26.—The Rcpublique Franea'so
says that at tho proposed conference of tho
powers concerning Egypt, not tho whole
Egyptian question but simply tbe financial
situation will be submitted to arbitration of
the pGv ers.
King of Abyssinia.
London, April 20.—Advices from Abyssinia
state that King John has agreed to Admiral
Hew ilt'js proposals to invade Soudan to relieve
the Egyptian garrisons, and assist thorn to
withdraw through Abyssinia.
'tlit' Khedive Threatened.
Cairo, April 26.—Tbe khedive is receiving
constant letters warning him that he is doom-
ed to a sreedv death unless he abdicates. Tho
number of guards at tho palace has been in-
Berber and Khartoum.
Caii o, Apiil 26.—A reply has been received
to tl.e request sent the British government for
on ex] < dition to relieve the beleaguered troops
at Be'ber, setting forth it is impos-
sible at present to send the relief
demanded, as a sufficient, force could
not I e dispatched before August. This an-
swer has l een foi warded to the Hussian Pa-
sha, who was also informed ho may withdraw
if Hie conditions are favorable to such a pro-
ject. General Gordon's agent at Berber tele-
graphs i hat it is impossible to forward either
letters or telegrams to Khartoum. - |
OHNliUllES OF A QI'KU.V
The Vypait-a lu the l ulled States Meet at Dayton
to filter Their Deceased Female Monarch.
(New York Herald.1
Day ton, O., April 15.-— Gaiinie JolTers, tho
nuecn of Ihe gypsies 111 the United State-!, who
died nt Greenfield, Tonti.. ou March 10, w 11
1 uiinl beie to-dfly. Gypsies are ene impol all
at out the city to the number of about l.TJJ,
Imvir.g traveled by wagon from all parts of
li e country. 'Ihe queon was embalmodanl
laid out in Nashville, Teun., imnedlately upon
her death, ai d then brought to this oltv,
where her tribe own considerable property,
end a large lot 111 Woodland cenipterv, wliare
■lie buried Ihe former king ami queen of the
g.vpsy tribes in this country. She was in it
huncbonifl casket, made of the finest woo-l, and
lined with rich silk ami satins. The mountiuo
were all gold, studded with jewels. The lot, in
Ihe ctmeferv where sho was buried is mark > I
by a lieautifui and exquisite monument,
shipped here from Greece.
Tho funeral procession, which was composed
mtircly of Gypsies, formed in the northern
f< etion of the city and marched to its southern
rxtiemity. where the cemetery U located.
Crowds of people lined the* streets ami
nccctupanied the mouruers to the
ci met cry, where a rope was stretched
around the lot, leaving an eu-
elosuio lorge enough for tho mourners and
friends to stand in. The crowd surged ui>
Against this slight barrier, covered tho mounda
in the vicinity, the tombstones and the treos.
In fact every piaco that would afford au oppor-
tunity of seeing what was going on was occu-
pied by men or boys.
The funeral services woro christian, being
conducted by one of the leading pastors of ta-i
eity and tho choir of hischurcn. The wife of
ihe reverend gentleman accompanied the
mourning husband. Tho gravo, which
was about ten feet deep, was a square
pit about ten by eight feet in dimen-
sions. At tho bottom was a box mule
of heavy stone slabs, and in this box tho colHn
wus laid by ihe side of another, that of a
daughter of the decased, who died iu 1866,
when 10 years old. There were stifle 1
dies and sobs as the mourners gath-
ered about the grave, which broke
out in loud cries as the cofiln was loworod.
The preacher referred to deceased, whom
lie bad known personally iu life, as a goo I
Christian woman. He said the Bible, which
the had worn with reading, was placed at her
ft et, now that she was dead. At tho conclu-
sion ot his remarks the, choir sang, tho Sivjet
By end By, and the services closed. When
the gnat stone was aliout to bo
lifted on top of tho coffins, by means
of a derrick closo at, hand, the sons
end daughters climbed down 011 the
ccflius to take their last farewell. Their soln
and cries were echoed by the mourners that
stcod en the brink of the grave. Tliev threw
llumselves prostrate ou the coffin, kissing; th-r
hold wcod, and it was with great difficulty
I hey were prevailed upon to como out of the
grave. The stone lid was then pub into posi-
tion and the dirt thrown upon it. A lnt^o
mi liumeijt will be erected over the grave, sur-
mounted with a life-size statue of the deceased
gipsy queen. _
TROUBLE l\ IRELAND.
The Government on the Alert.
Lublin, April 26.—Unusual activity has
been displayed by the police of late. It is be-
lieved the government has received informa-
tion which renders it expedient to bo keenly on
the alei t.
Correspondent Cnder Arrest.
Lutein, April 26.—The Daily Express says
Jcmes O'Kelly, M. P., who went to the Soudan
as ctrrespondent of the London Daily News,
after the death of Edmund O. Donovan, has
In 11 token into custody by the Egyptian
authorities. Suspicious documents were found
iu lis possession, among theui lotters from
Fier.chn.cn to El Mahdi.
InvtnciMes Viler III111.
Lueitn. April .26.—The grand master of
Ou1.g11r.cn nt Belfast has received a letter
wtrniug him that the Iuviucibles are ou his
A YYi n:r.n Mortally Wounds Her Two Children
Faston, Pa., April 26.—This morning, Mrs.
Amelia Bamett locked the doors of her house
and threw her two children—one aged two
years and tho other 11 vo months—on the bid
and cut their throats with a razor. Their crios
pave an alfii m, and as theneighbors rushod in,
she <Trew the razor across her own throat aud
threw herself beside her children. All three
r.re mortally wounded. The Bamett family
come here from Pittsburgh, Pa,, several
ii cuti s ago.
■ Stave Factory Consumed.
Paeucah, Ky., April 26.—Farlay's stavo
factory burned. ' Loss, $12,000. Insurance,
Chicago, April 26.—The Inter Ocean's Me-
ncminte (Mich.) special says: The large biy-
shoie mill of the Ludington, Wells it Van
f-hoii k Lumber company, locatod here, burned
to-night. Loss, *100,000; insurance, $60,000.
Hari En's Magazine: A clergymm wis
devcutly nading tho holy scripturos to his
tcEgieeaficn, when he came to certain words
in the lower right-hand corner to which he de-
sired to give great emphasis. So he read with
a loud \ oice, " I am "—turned over two loaves
and continued-*-" an ass, the foal of an ass,"
then seeing his mistake, f'ouild the right place,
and eddid, "that I am," which of course uo-
bedy would deny.
E/ EP.—FFANNER—Sunday, April 13, If a. m.,
nt ti e residence of Ihe bride's mother, Mr. A. Barr
anil Mrs. Louise M. Fiauner, both of Qalveston.-
I.At'MH-McMULLEN—April 10, at iit. Xavier
ohurch, St. Louis, by the Rev. Father Shea, .fames
tauder, of St. Louis,, to Mollie McMullen. of Galves-
I hereby challenge George W. Hamilton to run a
sixly-jauls foot nice with Pecor, of Houston, $50 a
fide, at teach Park, Sundayjafternoon, April 27.
1 have deposited my $50 with Jeff Tiernan, at tho
Two Erothers Cigar Stand. M. S. BODKIN,
Manager for Pecor.
I accept your challenge to run Pecor a sixty-yards
foot if.ee, for £50 a side, Sunday afternoon, at
Perth Poik, and have deposited with Jeff Tiernan,
as stakeholder, the amount necessary to cover
1BXAS WESTERN R Y
Houston, Tex., April ID, 1881.
Cn and after Monday, April 21, and until further
notice, tiains will leave Houston daily, except Sun-
days at 7 b. rn., arriving at tfealy 10:45 a. m. Re-
turrirg, !eave £ealy nt 2:15 p. m., arriviug at
Houston C:30p. in. This will save fort}r miles of
ira\el f.nd two to fire hours for passengers going
Wett ai d North on the Santa Fe, and same dis-
tance and time for passengers going east of llous-
tcr. HENRY HATCH, General Kupt.
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rious tints; and they believe that they can furnish
a superior ai tide at a price so low as it can ba
Lcuglit at the North, thus saviug freight and time,
nnd in Quantities to suit purchasers. We respect-
fully ask the patronage of the public. JAS. W.
RICE, V. J. RAULARD, GEO. W. OUTTERS!DE,
C. C. DEM IS.
LAMPASAS SPRINGS, TEX,,
With seventy-five new rooms, addition to main
building, and Hancock Sulphur Springs, with two
new 30x45 feet. Swimming Pools; also, Hot, Vapor
and Electric Baths. Accommodation for over *40J
WILL OPEN MAY 10,
and continue open through all seasons. Visitors
from many different resorts of health and plea-,
sure say: "Your waters and bathing are un-'
equaled, your climate is most salubrious, your
•cenery and drives surpass all, etc." Many "Rheu-
matic sufferers" from Hot Springs have been en-
tirely cured by our hot baths. Street cars from
deiot ,0 hotel and springs. Pleasure conveyances
for less price than any other resort in this country.
Letters of inquiry cheerfully answered.
WM. tmWftTTH, Manner.
C. H. EDWARDS,
Wholesale Mnsical Merchandise,
733 and 735 Main St., Dallas, Tex.
T?*- LARGEST STOCK IN THE STATE,
pes- Write for prices before von buv.
OFFICE TEXAS COTTON PRESS ANT)
Galveston, April 6, 1834.
From date until the 5th day of May, 1884, at 12
m„ the Texns Cotton Press aud Manufacturing
company invite sealed proposals for the dray age
in or.d out cp all cotton that may be received an I
shipped by scid company for one or two years,
from the 1st day of September, 1S34. A specific
bid per bale is required on both terms.
The company reserve the right to reject any and
I?. W. SHAW.
K0T1CE TO COKTRICTORS.
QFALFD PROPOSALS WILL BE RECRIVED
O for rart or all, up to 4 o'ci< ck p. m., on the 10th
day of May, JFS4, for the erection and completion
cf four cne-storj brick stores for T. V. Murray and
otl < i>. in Caltivell, Tex., on («., C. and S. F. Ry.
Pirns on f>le »t my office in Caldwell, and at the
ot W. II. TVnd&li, archite<"t. Galveston.
Eight wterved to rcjcct any and all bids.
T. V. MURRAY.
0VEO AL NOTXOS8.
'M ere will be a Called Communtca-
cafion of Pannony Lodge No. 6,
MONDAY EVE., APRIL 28,7:00 O'CWCK,'
for work in F. C. 1). Members Tucker Lodge 297
and sojourning brethren are invited.
Py order W. M. )
Wm. Maeom1, Secretary.
VOTE OF THANKS.
IIALL OF WASHINGTON 8TE.VM FIRE I
ENGINE COMPANY NO. 1. f
At a meeting held at their hall, it was resolved to
return our sincere thanks to the following named
ladies and gentlemen for favors extended to the
above company on their annual parade:
Miss Fannie Westrop, Mr. Sl Mrs. Cupt. Cooper,
iss LlfliicL 1). C. Riley, Mrs. Joseph Labadie,
Miss Sue Simpson, Mrs. W. J. Williams,
Miv. Castay, Mr»». John Murnliy,
Mine. Paul'Knell. Mrs. Julius Socna,
Messrs. Tiernan Bros., Mr, Joe Ke-man,
Mr. Jtunes Fad den, Master F. Dufaria,
Mr. Uus Opperman.
Fobeit Webber, „ Daniel MeBride,
Michael Doady, John 'Murphy,
Richard Tienian, .John Pentoney,
Wm. M. ProHch.
All pimples 9 eruptions-* moth patchos,
are remove i by («iles P ilia. Sold bv driugists.
Agents. J. J. SCHOTT A CO.. Gal vest,on.
Made of the Finest Tobacco, positively pure,
A Neat Piated Holder
Given with Every Package. This prevents
staining of fingers.
IOMV 81 FEU MILL - DISCOUNT
IN LARGE LOTS.
M. S. CCNIEt, Kaiuifaoturer.
T. Ratto & Co.,
laxas Land and Loan Co.
Subscriptions to the Capital Srock of the above
Company are now received at the office of the Sec-
retary. Shares S390 oach, payable in monthly in-
stallments of J?S.
I. LOVENBERG, Secretary.
TO U HOM IT MAY ~CONCEItX.
1 N THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF CATII-
X erine E. McClelland, deceased.
All persons having claims against the Estate of
Mrs. C. E. McClelland will please present them to
Finley & Wilson, Attorneys, Goggan building.
MR. HAMPTON YOUNG IS FROM THIS
. date associated with me as partner in the
busiius8 of ihe agency of the Mallory Line at Gal
veston, under tbe firm name of J. N. SANVYEli &
J. N. SAWYER.
iinlvpcton. April U'l. 1RHI.
All ordei-s or complaints, to receive prompt at-
tention, should be left at the office of the Com-
pany, in the brick building, on
Itfcrket Street, bet. 21th aud 25th Sts.,
Between the hours of « and 13 o'clock a. m.
Al'G. BITTTL\R, Secretary.
DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE, )
STATISTICS AND HISTORY. [
Austin, Texas, April 7,1881. i
To all whom it may concern: This is to certi-
fy that the IRVING INSURANCE COM-
PANY, of New York, N. Y... has in all respects
fully complied with the laws of Texas as conditions
precedent to its doing business in this State.and that
said ccmpany holds a certificate of authority fro n
this office entitling it to do business in this State
for nine months from the 1st day o& April,
It£4, to the 31st day of December, 4.
Given under my banckuid seal, at office, in Aus-
tin, the day and date first above, written.
II. P. BREWSTER. Commissioner.
BEEI1S & KENIS0N,
GALVF.STON. - - - TEXAS.
J WILL PAY THE SUM OF FIVE HUNDRED
J. dollars to any one furnishing evidence sufficient
for the conviction of the person or persons engaged
in cutting my fence.
J. C. FISHER. *
Tremont Opera House
WEDNESDAY EVE'G, April 30, '84.
3d Annual Benefit
ON WHICH OCCASION
Miss Charlotte Thompson,
With her finely selected Company, will appear in
the grand Spectacular play of
THE SEA OF ICE.
TICKET'S AT USUAL THEATER PRICES.
Texas fells Fargo fipress
Galveston, Tex., April 23,1834.
N];e<iiil Eatcs for Currency or Gi>lilCi>iu
TO RAILROAD FOIXTS ONLY,
■\V itliiu the Uniieil Statrs and Canada, unless
Regular Rales ur • less:
Paid i>. El.'-, or <'ollecUou» Not Included.
For $20 or less 15c I Over fli"> to $150... 60e
Owr'JMii}® £()e '■ iso to 175... T5-
" -iOto 50 j!3e " 173 to 8>u
•' 50 to TO 80c " 3)0 to 2:5... 90o
" TO to 60 40c " 225 to S50...$l 03
" to 100 4.V " 250 to 300... 1 25
" 10C to 125 50c I
J. C. STUART, Agent.
Faraers os tki Gilf Coast.
In order to meet the wiahes of parties who do
not want to sell
IN THE SEED,
We are dow building another Oin-liouse, anl next
reason shall lie prepared to gin
Which we expect to receive, having ginned nearly-
that number this season.
BAGGING AND TIES
Galveston Oil Company,
J. F. JAQFES, Secretary.
Exerts a pressure on the bale of 5>000t000 Pounds,
the most powerful in the world.
lias loaded the largest cargoes, per ton measure-
ment, ever taken at American ports.
I he whole number of Cotton Compressors in use
in ibis country is 1^0 of eight different kinds, .W of
these are Morse, and ail introduced in the last six
years. In the last three years, SI Morse have been
built, and only four of all other kinds combined.
Over one-half of the American cotton crop is now
ccmpretscd by Morse Compressors. Its use issiviug
Four to Ftve Million Dollars Annually to the crop
in frtight charges.
Several of those erected six years a<*o have now
comi rested GOO,000 to 800,000 hales each, without
bieaka?:e or appreciable wear.
Not a single breakage or defect has ever occurred
in any one of the Morse Compressors, built of Cold
Blast Charcoal Iron.
It has made the business of cotton compressing
the safest and most profitable of any in the Souttu
Those wanted for next season should bd ordered
For \ articular?, address the sole proprietor, «
S. 3. STJSERS,
SE AUTOMATIC EN «M,
Four to 300-horse power, combines simplicity, econl
omy and durability. Over 600 Engines and 10,000
horse power now in operation. Our prices are
moderate. Send for Illustrated Circular and Ref-
ei ence List.
THE TVE8TINGHOUSE MACHINE CO.,
Branch Offlc, 401 lilm 8t„ Dallas. Tex.
JNO. a. HUNTER, Manager.
J. W. llYKNtS,
ROOFING & PAVING
Contractor and Manufacturer of
Cypress Paving Blocks
11YHNES & KERIt,
ROOFING & PAVING
Contractors and Manufacturers of
Mosquito Paving Blocks.
S. F. Cor. 0th and Main st, Kansas Citv, Mo.
CAPITAL, ------ $600,000
I>ireclors—James T. Thornton, Seth Mabry, O. O.
Quintan, A. J. Snyder, George Sheidiey, Nath.ui J.
llall^W. H. Thornton.
Officeis-James T. Thornton, president; Seth
Mabry, vice president; W. It. Tnoratou, assistant
Does a General Banking Business*
IN TWENTY-FOUR HOCKS-"BENTSOX S CAP-
cine Porous Plasters cured my lame back in
twenty-four liouis."'—J. M. C. Pure. Sui*e. ^5c.
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