The Galveston Daily News. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 134, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 27, 1878 Page: 3 of 4
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A. H. BfcLO & CO., Proprietor.
Among the list of bankrupts in New
York is noticed that of C. W. Tayleur,
the dramatic author and manager, who
is well known in Galveston.
Is tiie Chicago Tim?8 hitting at Hayes
or Tilden, or both of them, when it
says that "it would be idle to attempt
to elect.Tilden again. Even if the per-
simmon should be knocked down for
him, he wouldn't pick it up if there
happened to be a Republican cur dog
anywhere in the neighborhood. He
A Very Wicked Kelleciiou.
When Grant becomes King Ulysses
I, by the grace of ? it will seem funny
to pick up the court journal (the New
York Herald) and read: King Ulysses
drove out this afternoon, accompauied
by Count Zichariah Cdandier, Lord
Bibcock and the Hon. Miss Gail Ham-
ilton. Duke Casey and Biron Orvil
spent the afternoon at the palace and
dined with his majesty. The royal
family were all present, also Count
Schenck. In the evening Lis majesty
gave his second grand lawn party. The
Iioyal Little Rock band, under the
leadership of Sir Jim Blaine, 13. F.,
discoursed fine classical music, includ-
ing "Johnny Morgan" and *' Pause,
Emily." The guests were received at
the palace by the Hon. M;ss Agnes
Jenks and L*dy Eliz* Pinkston.
Among the distingu'shed personages
who graced the occasion by their pre-
sence were II. R H Prince Secor; II.
R. H Prince Belknap; the Right. Hon.
Grandfather Taft, lv C.; Lord Shep-
herd; Count Jacob Rehm; Duke De
Golyer Garfield: Very Rev. Parson
Newman; Lord JLandaulet Williams;
tie Richt Hon. JamebGordon Bennett,
C P. P., and the royal family and nu-
merous others. [Boston Post.
During the eclipse the Pueblo In-
dians of Taes. N. M , were much agi-
tated. The chieftain of the village
came forth in great excitement and de-
clared that some one had committed a
* great sin and the destruction of the vil-
lage was immiceat—or, at. least, the ex-
tinction of the sun. Three trusted
rLe.-sengers were therefore sent at once
to the priests to conjure them to keep
the eternal fire on the altar burning at
its brightest, while all the women of
the village were ordered to strip them-
selves naked and run in pairs around
Jhe racecourse where the footraces
place. Thanks to these simple pre-
cautions the ellipse 50011 passed off.
The custom of lisviDg tne Vomen run
these races in a nude state is universal
with the Pueblos on occasions of this
kind. They have a tradition that Mon-
tezuma was betrayed into the hands of
ttys Spaniards by his daughter, and it is
Uiojgiit probablp that the requiring of
females to humiliate themselves as
penance f°r the original crime commit-
ted by one of i^Clr sex against this dig-
nitary grows out of the tiuCfjtiPp,
The Philadelphia Times, speaking of
the action of the Texas Greenbackers,
says: The Greenbackers of Texas are
holding themselves down with great
calmness. In making a platform re-
cently they only demanded the issue of
$2,000,000,000 in paper money, when it
would have been just as easy to demanu
sixty times as much. Then think what
flush times we'd have!
&?porfce«3 for the Nsws by Jozies & Borden
LItc Stock Commission Merchants.!
Beevoa Yearl'gs 8heoj>. Hogs,
ttecelptd— Cows. Cal'fts.
This day 76 of>
This season.. 124h^ 7124
Stock in pens.. 40 17
Two-Ykar-Olds—In request at per
Yearnings—In demand at $6(7? $9 T>«r head.
Calves—Market fair. Selling, $4 50®6 50
Mutton—Few on market, carload expected
to-morrow. Selling, for choice 3@3>£c.; com-
mon $1®1 50 per head.
THE GEN£»AL IftAllKKT.
(.Quotations represent cash prices for large
lots, and are not applicable to small orders
unless so stated.!
Apples—Green scarce at 85 CO per barre\
Kacon—Is quiet and easy. Short clear
8^-3; long clear 8f-4c; shoulders, none; break-
fast bacor, 11c. ror choices, c. c.; hams,
choice 15^16c; ordinary 11012c. Grocers
are tilling orders at a small advance on the
Bagging and Tie*—'The demand contin-
ues active. Light heavy 13^e. Ties
$2 50 per bundle with usual discount on large
orders. Baling twine, per pound.
Bolter—Stocks light. Choice western
is very firm. Gilt-edge Goshen 25@2t>c.: choice
northern 20c.; Kansas choice grades 16@18c;
common and medium ll<&13c; Texas selling at
13<aiSc., according to qualify.
Brau-In full supply at 62>^s. per cwt. in
large lots from the mills.
OofTee—Stock light, demand good, and
prices firm. Choice, 16££c.; prime, 18|4c.;
<ood 17^j. fair 17$£c.; oruinary.
extreme range, 14V^(2^19c. Stock in first hands
(at quarantine 3500 sacks.) Afloat from Uio,
including above, 14S00 bags.
Corn—State nominal at 30@35c. for weevil-
eaten; western from store 57Vi@58c. Demand
fauoed Goods—The demand has been
active. Two-lb goods are selling on small or-
ders at annexed prices; job lots are lower:
Strawberries, $1 40; pineapples, $1 85; pears,
pealed, $1 75; pears, unpealed. <1 60; peaches,
$1 75; (do. 3 lfrs, $2 25); blackberries, $1 65;
red cherries, Si 60; gooseberries, $1 40; peas,
marrowfat, 52 00; Lima beans, $1 65; string
beans. $115; corn, $1 50; tomatoes, $1 00; do.
3 lbs, $1 35.")
Corn jJleal—Is selling in round lots at un-
changed prices: State kiln-dried, $2 6P@2 75;
western $3 15; cream $4 25perbbl. Grits $4 50
Egxs—Countrv scarce at C0c.; receipts
trivial. Island 30c.; bay 25c.
Flour — Demand good at unchanged
prices. Stocks small. Quotations revised:
Double e*tra 84 63; trip'e extra $5 25; tboice
family $£ 85; fancy $6 25. SmaU orders
Fruit—Lemon a in fair demand at $10 00®
12 00 par box for Messina. Oranges none.
Peaches ecarce, 50®65c. for one-third bushel
crates. Apples $5 tO bbl.
Hides—Are firm aud uncharged. Dry se-
lected 13c; pickled 14c; stack salted 12c; dam-
aged half price; kips, 14c; damaged kips, caif-
kins and glua stock, 5c; wet salted, as they
ran, 7V6c: selected, 8^c: butchers' green,
'according to weight.
Hay—Is quiet, and quoted from track:
Prime Western $19^20; choice $21 50@22 00
Lard—Is firmer and in demand at 9J4c.
for barrels and tierces; kegs 10j.; small lots
Onions—Are in fair supply at $2 50®2 75
per barrel, in job Iocs.
Oats—Are easier; strictly prime state from
track at 33@34c.; prime Kansas 33c.; weather-
beaten and musty are weak and nominal.
Potatoes—Western firm at 35 per
barrel; sweet 60©?0 per bushel.
Poultry—Chickens in fair supply at ?3 00
Petroleum—In demand. Grocers are now
filling orders at 17@15c. pe«* gallon in barrels
and 20@21c. in cases.
Blee—Louisiana none. Rangoon firm at
7H<&Sc. Carolina 9<&9>£c.
Malt—Coarse held at $1 50. Fine $1 75 per
sack. Stock In first hands 13,0 0 sacks.
Sugar—No Louisiana offering. North-
ern in moderate supDly and weak. Cut loaf
11(2^1114c: crushed. 10^@llc: erranulated and
powdern«l •: standard A
ofT Vs 9££<&10c fcjitra white C, iMc; white
C, 9c; excia C, 83£e; yellow Cs, 8@8«^c.
POUT OF tfALVESTON.
Nkws Office, Monday Evening, Aug. 26 —
Business in alj departments has been satisfac-
tory to day. The shipments would have been
more liberal had the steamship City of San
Antonio not been delayed in getting to her
wharf. The weather Las been too rainy,
however, for the outdoor handling of goods
that would suffer from a slight moistening.
Orders continue to come in from all sec
tious of the state and stocks being in better
shape, there is now less delay in completing
In the hide market a very steady feeling
prevails, but business has been limited by the
In the general market an easy range of
prices for hog products has been noticeable,
but no modification of quotations caa be
made. The coffee market is very firm. It is
as yet undecided what shall be done with the
Christine Elizabeth and her cargo. It trans-
pired to day that, if not allowed to land her
cargo, she may proceed to New York instead
of going to either New Orleans or Mobile.
The News special from New York to-day
says that it is probable that a compromise
has been agreed upon between the Central
and the International railroids, and adds that
the rates are to go into effect on the 1st
Steam freights to New York, and to other
ports via New York, were revised to day, the
advance to take effect on the freight tasen
by the next New York steamer that arrives.
Exchange declined to-day, and rates on
domestic bills were marked down Com-
mercial sight on New York is now quoted at
Yx discount. Offerings have been more liberal
since the movement of the new crop began.
In the cotton market there was a fair de-
mand at unchanged prices, the market clos-
ing steady despite the advance in freights
and the decline in exchange. Advices at the
close were not favorable, but in the New
York market August deliveries were held up
and closed at 12.01^12.02. Other months de
clined. Spinners bought freely of spot. The
Liverpool market for spot also remained firm.
No telegrams were received from Providence
or Fall River, out these will probably come
to-morrow, when the Manchester semi-weekly
advices will also be due.
There -was a fair demand to-day, and sales
reached 333 bales, taken at unchanged quota
tions, the market at the close being officially
Liverpool was firm during the day, but
closed easier for arrivals. Futures closed 4
to 6 points lower for all months but August.
whicn is held up at 12.01 to 12.02. New Orleans
is reported as firm.
Class. This day. Sat'dav.
Good Ordinary 10J4
Low Middling 10% 10%
Good Middling 113^
This This Last
Dav. Season Season
Net receipts 450 444150 489452
Receipts from oth.ports '-2044 3248
Gross* receipts 450 446194 492700
Expt. to Great Britain 173481 190092
To France 26971 24774
To Continent 11291 25412
To Channel ports 12684 1^50
Total Foreign exports 224427 256928
Exports to New York 89825 92161
To Morgan City 116257 106260
To other U. 8. ports 22336 39358
Total Coastwise 228418
Tok.R.i Exnort8 • • • • 49500'
Stock 1670 .... 3(
NET RECEIPTS AT ALL U. S. PORT8.
Total last "year 494
Total this year..
NEWS OFFICE, August 26, 1578
Name. From. J>ue
Esfelle Indianola Aug
City of Houston New York Aug 28
Morgan City New York Sept 2
Estelle (U S M) Indianola Aug 28
City of SanAntonio.New York Aug 28
Lone Star New York Aug 28
City of Houston ...New York Sept 4
Steamship Lone Star, Forbes, New York (with
freights for interior points onlyj
Schooner Emma, Antonio, Brownsville
Steamer Estelle, Loyd, Indianola
EX PORTS—CO AST WISE.
NEW YOKK—Per steamship State of Texas
—1866 bales cotton, 59 sacks wool, 98 bales of
hides, 4 barrels beef tonic, 75 boxes tin, 29
sacks horns ajjd bones, sacks wheat, 266
sac is bo: e meal
RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
HOUSTON—Per barge Katinka—211 bales
cotton, 1 bale hides, 66 coils rope, 48 barrels
oil, 205 sacks cotton seed cake, 38 cases ba-
con, 1 crate hams, 1 bo* hamb
GALVESTON, tiOUSTOJN & HENDERSON
RAILROAD—89 bales cotton, 135 barrels ap-
ples, 57 barrels potatoes, 54 barrels onions, 8
barrels krout, 16 crates cabbaare, 1 cars bones,
25 bales hides. 16 % 100 % % 150 kegs beer. 40
barrels beer, 2 cars wheat, 300 barrels flour, 2
boxes beeswax, 103 barrels whisky, 23 half
barrols whisky, 2 cars stock, 2 cars cattle, 4
bales hay, 273 cases salmon, 1 car oats, 2
sacks wool, 1 bundle hides, 13 bundles w a
List of Veisejs
Up, Cleared and Sailed for Galvcstjn.
Steamship City of Houston sld Aug 20
Steamship Morgan City. Forbes sld Au? 25
Barkentine Marion, Nickerson eld Aug 6
Schooner Franklin, Gibbs sld Aug 10
Schooner Emma Heather, Hudson.Idg Aug 14
Brig Lizzie M Merrill Idg Aug 14
Bark Florri M Hulbert, Lawrence.. idg Aug 14
Schooner Washington, Jordan Idg Aug 14
German Rark R C Bulgin, Coop sld July 31
German bark Artillerist, Giese sld July 19
Norwegian brig Azba sld July 20
Ship Lancaster sld Aug 10
Brig Cavaliere Scardelli, Reed eld Aug 1
BritL«h bark Inveresk sld Aug 13
Nor. bark Neptuae eld Aug 16
Bntigh bark Kalema eld Aug 16
Nor brig Rana eld Aug 23
Schooner Nellie Star. Polond Idg Aug 6
Bark Valentine sld July 14
Nor. bark Agder, Bie sM July 18
Nor. brig Mira sld Aug 10
Bark Herbert C Hall sld Aug 2
rio de janeiro.
German brig Minerva Idg July 18
Nor. brig Nicoline Aug —
Norwegian bark Dux sld Aug 10
NEW YORK CITY—IT I.afayette Place.
CAPT. HILDItETH bejrs to Inform his pa-
trons in Texas that he continues to care for
and welcome the traveler. jya 8m
b. sorley, late of
Galveston, Proprietor. The
Palace Hotel of
Whitla & Pepper, Prop'tors.
CLERKS—John J. Wheadon, G. W. Good-
man, D. J. Healey. jylO tf
SOIIfi LAKE HOTEL
Open for the Season of 1878.
J. A. MERCHANT,
The attention of
_ public, particularly those In need of the
HEALTH GIVING QUALITIES of the SOUB
LAKE WATER, is respectfully called to the
fact that the HOTEL IS NOW OPEN FOB
THE RECEPTION OF VISITORS.
The building has been
RENOVATED AND REFUKN'ISHED
SOUR LAKE HOTEL
is situated abotlt eight miles from the line of
the Texas and New Orleans Railroad, over
which the trains run each way daily. A LINE
OF HACKS run frqm Spur Lake Station to
the Hotel, carrying passengers and baggage
at REDUCED RATES.
Passengers leaving Galveston or Houston in
the morning arrive at the hotel in the after-
noon for tea.
There is an abundance of game in the conn-
try surrounding Sour Lake, including bear,
deer, wild turkeys, etc.; also fine fishing, and
the scenery is picturesque and attractive.
The terms of the hotel will be in keeping
with the times.
There will be a GOOD PHYSICIAN in at-
J. A. MERCHANT,
ap2 6m Proorietor.
Any and All takers of
Fire and Burglar- Proof
that the safes of
TERWILLIGER & CO.,
OF NEW YORK, ARE THE
Best in United States
No Exception, and they are tn«
CHICAGO FIRE, BOSTON FIBE,
NEW YORK EXPLOSION,
NEW YORK BOND ST. FIRE,
GALVESTON 1870 and 1877.
Merchants who send n orders at once will
receive the full agent's discount, the largesv
discount ever offered in this country. This
to save traveling agents' expenses.
ISfT'Send for Circulars and pr ces.
G. A. VINTON, Gen'l Agent.
Also, Agent for
Office and Ware rooms :
At R. F. George's Drugstore.
IN PRICE OF
LEA & PERKINS'
J") XL M. PERL,
can be consulted at the Texas Hygienic Instf
fcute, corner Travis street and Texas avenae,
Specif attention given to cbrcnic diseases.
TURCO-liUSSIAN BATHS open at all hours
a'.ngle Bath, |1 50: 12 Bathe, $12. 1a20tf
of a LETTER
from a MEDICAL
to his Brother at
"Tell LEA &
their SAUCE is
in India, and is, in
my opinion, the
most palatable as
well as the most
DISH. that is made."
THUS GIVING THE CONSUME!!
NOT ONI.Y THE BEST, liIT
TJBE MOST ECONOMI-
to be thk
" ONLY GOOD
And applicable to|
EVERT VARIETY O]
Signature on every bottle.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
9 College Place, and 1 Union Square
d»18Tu New York.
View of Marriage!
MfgfSJjC A coufldcnjial Treatise on Marriage anC
£ the Physical Life of Woman, for the mar-
ried and those contemplatingmarriajre^a
yinrtTuJV pages, illustrated, price50 ctg. A PRI-
VATE MEDIC AL ADVISER on Youth and Manhood
heir diseased, and the best moans of cure..224 pages, i'lus-
ratcd, price SOets. A CLINICAL LIJCTURE on the
bove, and Chronic Diseases, price JO cts. Ail three
ooks, over 500 papes. mailed on receipt of 75 eta. I
DR- BUTTS. No. 12 37 8th St. 8t- Louis. Mo
Anti-Periodic or Fever
An infallible cure for
Chills and Fever and all Diseases aris-
ing from Malarial Poisoning of the Blood.
Warranted to cure in every instance when
used according to directions.
For sale by all Druggists.
F1NLAY & THOMPSON,
f65*78 12ro So'e Agents.
[s absolutely odorless,
and chemically pure.
It is snow-flake white.
It is susceptible of the highest and most
It possesses greater strength of body than
other trade brands.
It is packed in pound parcels, full weight
It costs less money than any starch in the
It is manufactured in the heart of the great-
est cereal region of the Globe.
It is sold universally in America by grocers
Its annual consumption reaches twenty.mil-
ay Erkenbrecher's world-famous Corn
Starch for Bood. W. S. FELL,
fe6 tu fr 12 General Agent. Galveston
Galveston Wharf Co.
j » ate of wharfage of THE
GALVESTON WHARF COMPANY,
June 1, I8TT.
'WHARFAGE ON ALL GOODS LANDED BY
VESSELS, WILL BE COLLECTED FROM
Anchors and chains, per 100 lbs....
Barrels, wet -
Barrels, empty, wet
Barrels, emptry, dry
Barrel staves, per M
Bacon, par cask
Bacon, per case
Bags or sacks in bales, per cubic foot....
Bagging, per cubic foot
Bagging, per 100 yard rolls, each
Bagging, per 50 yard rolls, each
Baskets, per neat
Ballast, per ton 35
Bales over 5 cubic feet, per foot 1
Bedsteads, common, each 10
Bedsteads, boxed, per cubic foot
Bellows, per cubic foot
Bananas and plantains, per bunch
Breakfast bacon, per box
Boxes, liquor, cheese, soap, candles, etc.
Boxes, extracts, coffee, ink, bluing, eto.
Brooms, per dox
Rrocm-handles, per H
Brooia-corn, per Dale
Brick, fire, per M
Brick, common, per M
Bran, per sack
Bran, per ton of 2000 lbs
Blinds, doors and sash, per cubic foot...
Boilers, steam, per 100 lbs
Bones and horns, per ton
Bone-dust, per ton..
Bone-black or bone-iqesl, per sack of 100
Bolts* and*8*pi"kes, rivers, nuts and wash.
era, per keg
Buckets, per doz
Buckets, well, per doz.
Butter, per keg
Butter, per firkin
Building stone, rough, per ton
Buggies, boxed, per cubic foot
Carboys, each, fulL
Casks, hardware, per 100 lbs.
Casks, merchandise, per cubic foot
Carriages, boxed, per cubic foot
Castings, hollow or solid, per 100 lbs.....
Cattle, grown, each
Cattle, two-year-olds, each,
uattle, yearlings, each
Cattle, calves, each
Champagne, in baskets
Chairs, per bundle (2 each).
Charcoal, per sack
Cotton, per bale, landed
Cotton, per bale, shipped
Cotton, per sack
Coal, dumped in carts, per top
Coal, dumped on wharf, per ton
Coaches, stage, each
Corn, per saok
Corn in shuck, pe? bUl
Cotton seed, per ton of 2000 lbs
Cotton gins, per cubic foot
Cotton planters, each
Corn planters, each
Corn mills, per cubic foot
Coffee, per sack
Codfish, per drum —
Cordage, per 100 lbs
Cotton ties, per 100 lbs! - *
Copper, per 100 B>s
Copper, pig, per 100 t>s —
Canned beef, per case —
Coal oil, per case
Cocoanuts, per 100
Collars, horse, per doz
Crates, crockery or merchandise, per
Demijohns, full. ^
Demijohns, empty —
Dry goods, in case, fier lob lbs
Filters, boxed or otherwise, per cubic
Fishbars, plates &pd cfea}?8, *er iiO its.
Flour, per sac*
Flour, per half sack
Fustic and other dye woods, per ton....
Fertilizer or guano, per ton
Furniture, boxed, per cubic foot
Groceries, dry, boxed, per 100 Its
Grain, in bulk or sacked, for export, per
Grind and mill stones, ppr 100 5i*
Gunny bags, in bales, per oubfb foot....
Hardware, per 100 fits
Hames, per dozen
Hams, per cask
Hay, per bale
«laves, per M
Half barrels, wet
_ .. empty
errings, per box
cop poles, per 1000
Horses and mules, each
Hogs ..•••..••.»• >
Horse shoes, per keg
Household goods, per 100 fi>8
Hides, loose, each
in bales, per 100 lbs
grenn, in bundles of two each....
Ice, in nogeads
Ice, as per invoice, less 30 per cent, for
waste, per ton :
Iron, boiler, plate, bar, hoop, wrought,
sheet and galvanized, per 100 lbs
Iron, railroad, per ton..
Iron, pipe, gas and water, per 100 lbs....
Iron shutters and wrought fittings, per
Iron, junk and scrap, per ton..
Iron, pig, per ton
Iron safes, per 100 lbs.
Junk, in bales —
Laths, per thousand
Lemons, per box
Lead, per 100 lbs
Lumber, per thousand
Leather, per roll
Malt, per sack
Marble, per 100 9>s
Marble dust, per bbl —
Machinery, per 100 lbs
Mineral ores, per ton
Mowing machines, each —
Moss, per bale.
Matting, per roll
Nails, per keg
Oakum, per bale
Oats, per sack
Oil Cake, per sack
Oranges, per box
Ordnance Stores, per 100 B>s
Oysters, per bbl
Paint, per 100 lbs
Pails, per dozen
.. Flour, per nest
Paper, printing, per bundle
wrapping, per ream
Pecans, per sack ...
Pianos, boxed, per cubic foot
Pine Apples, per 100
Potash, per 100 9>s .._
Post, fencing, each.,
quarter kegs '
Raisins, per box
per half box
per quorter box
Rags, per bale
Refrigerators, per cubic foot
Rubber belting, per 100 lbs
Roofing slate, per ton
Rope, per 100 lbs
Salt, per sack
Sand or soil, per dray load
Sewing machines, each ...
Sewing K. D., per 100 l>s
Sieves, per package 2 dozen.....
Sawdust, per dray load.
Shot, per 100 lbs
Shingles, per thousand
Shoots, box, per car load
Shell, per dray load, 5 bbls,
Shovels and Spades, per dozen
Spices, per sack^...».......»..^H
8toves, per cubic foot
Sugar, per hogshead...
Difference 500 251 251404
Exports thus far this week: 1000 bales, all
to Great Britain. ,
gtor:k at all United States ports: This day,
42,712; this day last year, 127,790 bales.
exchange, gold and silver.
[Official tlgures of the Cotton Exchange.!
Sterling, 60 days —
Mew iurit sigut Mdis J4pr
New Orleans sight nom 1 M or
American sliver 88 ,«o
MATi/uin atlvar ™
,This day. Sat'day.
Gold closed in New York 100H 100^
New Orleans.....100^ 100J
Com'l Sterling in New York 48'4£ 4£2J
. - New Orleans—481U
Silver at London 52%
Cotton to: Steam.
Liverpool, direct......... n ■■■■
Liverpool via New York. 9-16d
New ifork iff-
Boston, per bale and 7Uc
Providence, per bale and 75c
Fall River, per bale »0c
Philadelphia, per bale.... Mc ana 80c
4000 BAGS COFFEF,
Per Uric Necollne, from Rio.
Will be sold at LOWEST PRICE from Wharf.
av.ti. giklick & CO.,
aulB lim 1G5 Strand,
16,000 Hacks Coarse and Vine
per bark Herbert, now about due from Liver
pool, and for sale by
jyl9 lm C. W. ADAMS & CO.
Now Landing! in Store.
7000 fob's. Ro-edal" Cemont;
500 bbls. Assorted Portland
500 bbls Plaster Paris.
For sale at lowest market price by
r. W. ai»A!t»S A- no
JULES MUMM & CO.'S
jylleod4m A cents for Galveston*
JOHN C. LLOYD,
Commission merchant and Mer«
101 Wall Street, New York City.
CONSIGNMENTS Solicited and advances
made. Orders carefully and pr
filled. Purchases made of Grocerlei
per bbl.. .
WM. D. CLEVELAND,
No. 37 Main St.,
And 9, 11,13 and 15 Franklin St,
Large Stock of Fancy and Staple
CIGARS, WHISKIES !
WOOD and WILLOW-WARE
Bagging and Ties.
Agent for the celebrated Bill Li. I ANT
and ELflON Oils, the purest and cheap-
est oil in the market. Also, for JOHNSON'S
"DEAD SHOT" Cotton Worm De-
stroyer and patent £prlnltler.
Made on consignments of COTTON, which 1
handle exclusively on commission and give
my special attention.
Superior advantages in freights
to and from this point make it the
cheapest and best market for all
classes of merchandise, and enable
us to realize as good prices for cot-
ton, with less expense and in less
time than any other market in the
State. WM. D. CLEVELAND.
G. C STBEET.
Houston Bone Works
STREET & CROSBY, Propr's,
jyjANUFACTURERS OF FINE
Agents for Other Fertilizers.
OFFICE AN1> FACTORY,
n. b. Highest Market Price
paid for bones.
Do not depend on wire-
grrass companies. Order your Ice from
the undersigned and save disappointment.
Orders in any quantity from a single block to
a car-load promptly filled.
Boston, Ice, Houston, Texas.
JOHN W. ROSS, Prop'tor
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO
WIN A FORTUNE!
Grand Monthly Drawing, 1878
At New Orleans, Tuesday, Sept. 10.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
This institution was re-
gularly incorporated by the Legislature
of the State for Educational and charitable
purposes in 1868, with a capital of Si,000,000.
to which it has since added a reserve fund of
$350,000. Its Grand Single Number Drawingt
will take place monthly. It nevsr scales or
postpones. L*>ok at the following distribution:
CAPITAL PRIZE 830.000.
100,000 TICKETS AT $2 EACH; HALF
LIST OF PHIZES.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE $30,000
1 do do 10,000
1 do do 5,000
2 PHIZES OF 2,500 5,000
do 1,000 5,000
do 500 in,OOO
9 Approximation Prizes of $300
9 do do 200
9 do do 100
1857 Prizes, amounting to $110,400
Write for circulars or send orders to OT. A.
DAUPHIN, P. O. Box, 692, N. O., La.
t^~For further information, apply to
J. D. SAWYKit, ualveaton.
All our Grand Extraordinary Drawings are
under the supervision and management of
Genls. O. T. BEAUREGARD
and JURAL A. EARLY.
Capital Prize, S100.000. Whol# Tickets, S10
Orders carefully and promptly
chases made of Groceries, Pn>
visions and all articles in Eastern and North
| ern markets. References:
Sheldon, Banks & Co.;
Wright, Gillies & Bro,
Diimnnd Jtr Garden.
>New York city.
> fri til* 12m
The Hews Bindery challenges comparison
of work, both for quality of material and ele
gftD'" of ""'«h with any done eUewhera.
Ruling and binding—the
facilities of the News Bindery for execut-
ng first-class work of every description is un-
surpassed in the South An examination of
j*1om will prove his.
Smokestacks, per 100 S>s
with bbls. Inside
Tin plate, per 100 lbs
Tin pig, per 100 lbs
Tobacco, In boxes
Tobacco, half boxes
Tobacco, quarter boxes
Tiles, per 1000
Trunks, filled with mdse., or nests
Tubs, per nest
Trucks, railroad, pei 100 Its
Wagons, spring or cane
Washing machines, each.
Washboards, per doz.
Wire, per 100 fts
Wheels and axles, railroad, per 100 Sis..
Wheels and axles, log carrier
Wool, per sack
White lead, per 100 lbs
Zinc, in rolls, per 100 lbs
Goods not In above list will be charged la
proportion, say: Less than fort? pounds to
the cubic foot will be classed as measun-
ment and charged one cent per foot; forty
pouuds and over to the cubic foot will be
classed as weight and charged five cents per
All goods to be removed from the wharf the
same day they are landed, or they will be
liahle to an additional wharfage for every
day or part of a day they remain on the
wharf. Same wharfage to be charged on all
goods delivered from one vessel to another,
provided either of such vessels are fast to the
wharf, or to any vessel fast to the wharf.
Vessels landing without cargo will be
charged wnarfage at the rate of ten cents per
reeister ton for each landing, and after forty-
eight hours Ave cents per ten for each subse-
Vessels discharging in the stream will not
be permitted to occupy a berth at one of the
company's wharves without the permission
of the agent of said company. Vessels to
leave tne wharf or change their berths as
soon as requested so to do by the wharfinger,
or they will be liable to be charged twenty-
five cents per ton per day for every day, or
part of a day, they remain.
Vessels loading cotton, or other cargo, ont-
ward must pay wharfage on same, unless no-
tified by the wharfinger that the wharfage has
been paid by the shipper. Wharfage to be
paid as soon asms vessel completes her load-
Ut. myll TS lfta
FROM NEW YORK.
qwing to the rigid QUAR-
antlne against New Orleans and Morgan City,
our TEXAS and NEW ORLEANS LINE are
Our NEW YORK SHIPS will arrive from
New York weekly, and sail for NEW YORK
from BOLIVAR CHANNEL.
No Freight for Galveston.
All Freight brought for the Interior, and
Return Freight for New York received at
aulO , Agent
Texas Mail S.S. Line
r|ne of the above steam-
L/ ERS will leave GALVESTON for the
above port, on
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at
4 p. m.
During the continuance of quarantine mail
to Morgan City is discontinued.
For Freight and Passage apply at oSce on
Kuhn's wharf. jyll 3m
ON AND AFTER
MONDAY, MARCH 4th,
nprns COMPANY WILL RUN A
X train carrying passengers and freight,
twice weekly, from
Gal veston to Areola Junction and
connecting with train on Columbia Division
of the L and Q. N. R. R., for
Columbia & Intermediate Stations.
Train will leave Galveston MONDAY8 and
FRIDAY8, at 7.30 A. M.
Returning—Leave Cluar Lake and Areola
Junction TUE8PAY8 8ATURDAYS ®n
arrival of I. and G. N. train from Columbia.
Train leaves from depot corner of 3Sth and
Received at the Depot Dally
For Columbia and all points on Columbia di
vision L and d. X. R. R.
GEO. a NICHOLS,
mh3 tf Superintendent.
GRAND UIVfRlBI' I'lON !
Coimiealtli DistriMii! Co.
By authority of the Commonwealth of Ken-
tucky, supervised by Hon. R. C. Wintersmith,
ex-Treas , Gens. T. A. Harris, Geo. E. H. Gray
and other prominent citizens, will give their
FIFTH POPULAR DRAWING
In Public Library Hall, Louisvil'e, Ky.,
On MONDAY. September 30, 1878-
NO SCALING ! NO POSTPONEMENT I UN-
$115,400 IN CASH PRIZES,
And Tickets only $2*
READ THE LIST OF klZES :
1 prize.... $30,000 100 prizes $100 each $10,000
1 prize 10,000 300 prizes 50 each 15.000
1 prize 5,000 500 prizas 20 each 10,COO
$1000 each 10,000 1000 prizes 10 each 10,000
$500 each $10,000
0 prizes $3 0 each, approbation prices. -$2s700
9 prizes *200 each, 44 "
9 prizes $100 each, 44 " 900
1960 prizes. $115,400
Whole Ticket*, $2; Half Ticket*. $ 1;
27 Tickets, $50; 55 tickets, $100.
Remit by postofflce money-order, registered
lotter, bank draft, or express. Full list of
drawing published in Louiaville Courier-Jour
nal and N. Y. Herald, and mailed to all ticket
holders. For tickets and inrormation address
Commonwealth Distribution Co., or T. J. Com-
merford, secy., Courier-Journal Building,
Louisville, Ky. au6 d$W
Royal Havana Lottery.
GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAWING SEP-
TEMBER 4, 1878.
ONLY 18,000 TICKETS.
1st CAPITAL PRIZE $500,000.
2d Capital Prize, two of $100,000 each
2132 prizes and $ 1,250,000 distributed.
Whole Tickets, $70 ; fractions in proportion.
Send for plans to
168 Common St., New Orleans. La.
N. B.—Ordinary drawings. Class 1,023, on
September 19th. Ordinary drawings, Class
1,024, on October 4th.
Price of Whole Ticket $70 OO
One-half of Whole Ticket. 3 5 OO
One-fifth of Whole Ticket 16 OO
One twentieth of Whole Ticket 4 OO
NO PRIZES for LESS THAN $1000.
jal3'78 tu tl sa 9m
HAVANA LOTTERY I
EX.TRAORDINABY DBA WIN 91
ONLY 18,000 TICKETS!
To take place on
SEPTEMBER 4, 1878.
b8end for plans to
BORNIO ic BROTHER,
Oldest and Bast Known Agents, 77 Qravier
street. New Orleans, La. je30
INFORMATION of the Where-
aboute of JOSEPH C. COULT, who came
to this state from San Diego, Cal., about two
years ago. Some fourteen months ago wi
in Galveston, Texas, exhibiting a model of
cotton compress. Mr. Coult is an American,
about sixty years old, of stout build, weight
about 170 pounds; large nose, hair and beard
gray; occupation, carpenter. Anyone inform-
ing tne undersigned as to the whereabouts ef
said Coult will be suitably rewarded. Should
Mr. Coult see this notice, he will hear some-
thing to his benefit by communicating with
WM. N. STOWE,
aul d&Wlm* Galveston, Texai,
LC.and Santa FeR'y.
Galveston and New York
Consisting of the
STATE OF TEXAS Capt. Nickerson.
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO.. " Pennington.
RIO GRANDE " Boiger.
CITY OF HOUSTON " Stevens.
Freight anl Insurance at Lowest
One of the above named steamships will
leave New York every 8ATURDAY and Gal-
veston forNe»\ork every WEDNESDAY and
on Saturday when the trade requires.
Steamship CITY OF SAN ANTONIO,
Will Sail for New York o*
Wednesday, August 29, 1878.
For freight or passage, apply to
J. N. SAWYER, Agent,
54 Strand, Galveston.
C. H. MALLORY 4 CO., Agents,
m!4'78 ly Pier 20, East lliver, N. Y.
Royal Mall Steamships
LIVERPOOL, BOSTON AND NEW
Fboposkd Sailings from Niw York:
'Russia Wednesday, Aug 7... Noon.
Scythia Wednesday, Ante-14 - •• 3.00 p. M.
Abyssinia Wednesday, Aug. 21. ..10.30 a. m.
Bothnia Wednesday, Aug. 28 .. 3.00 p. m.
Algeria Wednesday, Sept. 4.. 10.30 a. u.
'Russia Wednesday, 8ept. 11...3.00 p. If.
•jcythla Wednesday. Sept. 18...9.00 a. m.
Farihia Thursday, Sept. 19 10 00 a. k
Abyssinia. ..Wednesday, Sept. 25. ..3.00 a. m.
And every following Wednesday. With a
view of diminishing the chances of collision,
these steamers take a specified course at all
seasons of the year.
Rates of Saloon passage, >80 and >100 goid,
according to accommodations.
Steerage Passage to and from Galveston by
all rail or steamer to New York and to and
from Liverpool, Queens town, Glasgow, Bel-
fast, Bristol, Hamburg, Havre, Antwerp. Am-
sterdam, Bremen, Gothenburg, Christlania,
Copenhagen, Paris, or all other parts of En-
rose, at very low rates.
Steamers marked • do not carry steerage
J. N. SAWYER, A (tent, 54 Strand.
CHAS. G. FRANCKLYN, Esq., Ag't,
ap5 '78 ly 4 Bowling Green. New York
On and after SUNDAY, April 14, trains will
be run as follows:
LSAVS GALVESTON. abb. at houston.
(4.35 am Dally 7.25 a.m.
2.00 pm Daily 4.S0P-K.
lkavs houston. atb. at oalvbhtow.
9.0S a.m Dally. 12.OO m.
9.35 p.m .Daily 12.35 a.m.
The 4.35 a. h. train from Galveston and
9.35 p. M. train from Houston connects with
the H. and T. C„ and G„ H. and S. A. Rail-
The 2.00 p. m. train from Galveston and
the 9.05 a. m. train from Houston connect
with the I.- and G. N. Railway.
The 4.35a.m. train connects with trains on
the Columbia Tap on Mondays, Wednesdays
Sunday excursion train leaves Houston
7.45 a. m.; leaves Harrtoburg 8.10 a. m.
Returning, leaves Galveston 10.50 p. it.
O. (1 tflUKKAY, Ueu. Pas. Act.
J. M. MILLER, Ticket Agent.
THE FAST TRAIN
(LOSE STAR ROUTE)
C. C. D1BRELL. "
..1.58 p. n.
6.20 A. M.
5 p. ra.
i p. ra.
8.15 P. ra.
H.50 p. ra.
Te^arkana 8.15 Next raornlns.
JVlalvern 1.10 Next Evening.
Hot Springs 2.40
Little Rock 3.25
Lonlsirllie 3.25 Second Eve's.
St. Louis 6.33 Second Jlor'j.
40 Honrs 37 rain, from Galveston.
48 Honrs 5 rain, from San Antonio
37 Honrs 35 from Houston.
41 Hours 35 rain, from •* nstln.
38 Honrs 20 rain. Irom Hrarne.
T^ST. Llll ls.
And a stm Greater Saving in Time to All
Points in the Southeastern States.
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
Au -tin to Palestine and Houston to St. Louis.
At Little Rock with Sleeping Car Lines for
Memphis. Louisville, Chattanooga, oto.
WestlnKbouae Air BraUe.
• miller's safely Platform.
Pee that your Tickets read via Palestine.
For TicWots and Fall Information, apply at
Company's Ticket Offices, Austin. BooatQp
and Hearne, anil at
116 Tremont at., Galveston.
H. M. HOX1E,
General Passenger and Tichet Agent.
Jan "78 ly
OPEN TO SAJ* ANTONIO.
Galveston, Harrisburg & San An-
Only All Rail Route to San Antonio.
Onand after April 14. 1878, trains will
run as follows, commencing at 12 o'cl'k noon:
Leave GALVESTON daily, (except
Sunday) at 4.33 A. M.
THROUGH EXPRESS WEST
Leaves HOUSTON dally, except
Sundays 9.30 A. M.
Arriving at SAN ANTONIO 8.30 P. M.
Trains leave San Antonio daily, except Sun-
day, at 6.20 A. M.; arrives at Houston at
4.50 P. M„ Galveston 12.35 A. M.
Cheapet, Shortest, Quickest & Best
Route to all Points West.
Elegant New Coaches equipped with Westing
house Air Brake and Miller Platform
attached to all trains.
Only Line In Texas Runnlms Par-
TICKETS POR SALE
at all principal Railroad Ticket Offices North,
South and East.
II. B. ANDREWS, Gen. Manager.
JAS. CONVERSE, Superintendent.
C. C. GIBBS, G. F. and Ticket Agt.
T. W. PEIRCE, JR., Asst. G. P. and T. Agt.
General Offices—HOUSTON, Texas.
United States and Brazil
MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE.
Sailing MONTHLY from New York.
Citj of Rio de Janeiro
WILL SAIL FOR RIO DE JA-
Friday, September 6,1878,
Touching at St. Thomas, Para and Pernam-
CITT OF PARA will follow October 6, 1878.
For freight and passage, having elegant
scommodations, apply to
C. H. MALLORY 3c CO ,
Pier 20, East River, New York,
ap3 ly Or to J. N. SAWYER, Galveston.
North German Lloyd
FOR SOUTHAMIPTON & BREMEN.
fT^HE STEAMERS OF
X This COMPANY will sail
EVERY SATURDAY, FROM BREMEN PIER,
foot of Third Street, Hoboken.
RAT 28 OF PASSAGE TO
LONDON, HAVRE AND BREMEN.
First Cabin, $100; Second Cabin, $60 gold;
Steerage, $30 currency.
For Freight or passage, apply to
OELR1CHS & CO., Ag'ts,
8 Bowling Green,
or PET) H. ERHARD, agent for Galveston,
Texas. mnl om
Ballinger, Jack & Mott,
Attorneys & Counselors at Lair
Ro. 132 Post jfflce Street,
kobt v. davidson.
0*0. W. FULTON, JH
Davidson & Fulton,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Moody and Jemlson Building,
GALVESTON, ..... TEXAS.
Attorney & Counselor at Lan
Ho. 132 Postofflce 8treet,
Till Connecting Link Between the
Trunk Lines ol tbe
NORTH AND EAST,
Gull ot Mexico tbe South.
GREAT THROUGH ROUTE
Maia Artery of Commerce and Trade
TO AL.Ii POINTS,
and oilers the beet ronte, on qnlck time, with
more comforts, better accommodations
and greater security than any other Line.
Two Throngb Express Trains Sal-
ly, Each W»T) between
St. Louia and Chicago.
Buy your Tickets and ship your Freight by the
HOUSTON AND TEXAS CEN-
Pulluiai Palatt Dri .wlng-Rooaa
and Sleeping Cars Ran Through
Bonston to St. Louis and Chicago
and but ONE change to all prominent points
NOKTH AND EAST!
Trains Leave >• Follows:
No. 1 St. Louis Express leaves Houston dally
at 7.30 a. m.; arrives at St. Louis daily at
6.80 a. m.; arrives at Chicago daily at 6.55
No. 3 Chicago Express leaves Houston dally
at 6 p. n. and arrives at Chicago at 7.30 p. m.
No. 2 leaving St. Louis daily at 9.35 p. m., ar-
rives at Houston at daily at 9.30 p. m.
No. 4 leaving Chicago daily at 9.05 p. >., ar-
rives at Houston daily at 9 a. m.,
In effect April 14, 1878.
F. L. MANCHESTER,
Eastern i-assenger Agent,
417 Broadway, H. T.
northern Fassenger Agent,
101 Clark street, Chicago.
E. E. SCOTT,
Ticket Agent, Central Depot, Houston
GEO. IN. JALONICK,
(Successor to Isaac Jalonick & Co.)
COTTON and WOOL FACTOR
General Commission Merchant
au21 d&W3m GALVE8TON. TEXAS.
IF YOU ARE GOING
FROM TEXAS TO ST. LOUIS
Or ary Point North or East,
Set Your Tickets, Baggage Checks
and Sleeping Car Berths
Over the International and Great Northern,
Texas and Pacific and St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Hallways,
Texas and St. Louis
It is 140 Miles the Shortest and 12
Honrs the Quickest Route!
Pullman Sleepers Houston to St. Louis (819
milee), without change.
For particular information call upon or ad-
dress K. W. GILLENP1 Ka
Southwestern Pass'r Ag't 8t. L., I .M. ana S,
R'y, Houston. Texas. mh31 tf
New Orleans Railway.
TRAINS RUN DAILY,
Leave Honston, • • ■ 9.30 A. M
Arrive at Orange, ■ • 7.30 P. M.
Leave Orange, ■ ■ • 6.30 A. M.
Arrive at Houston, ■ • 5.10 P. M.
This road tape the " Long-leaf Pine " region
at Beaumont and.Orange, where the best lum-
ber and heart cypress shingles are manufac-
ture^ . O. A. BUBTON. Supt.
J. F. UKOSBY.
Vice Pres. ami* Qen'l Manager.
WM. O. DIBBSLU
C. & W. Dibrell,
QA1VE8T0W% TEXAS. W
BAGQIIVG AND TIES
Furnished to PATRON8 at the LOWEST
FREE OF COMMISSION.
LIBERAL ADVANCES made on consign-
ments of COTTON, WOOL, HIDES, WHEAT,
COBN, OATS and other Produoe, In hand or
Bill of Lading therefor. au23 d£W tf
J. W. HINSON,
J. D. CUMM1NOS
Hinson & Cummings,
General rommtstion Merchants,
113 Water at., New York.
Consignments of Qraia solicited.
C. M. ■ OWN LEY, Tela.. myl46m
Hodges & Co.,
COB. 8TRAND and CENTER 6TS.,
au8 3m Galveston. Texas.
john d. rooebs.
J. ▲. ROBERTSON.
John D. Rogers & Co.,
COTTON FACTO IIS
Gen'l Commission Merchants,
NO. 61 STRAND,
aplO'78 ly QALTESTON. TEXAB.
Adoue & Lobit,
Bankers and Commission Merchants
Buy and eell Exchange on
PARIS, LONDON and LIVERPOOL
anlSTny STRAND, GALVESTON, TEX
C. JH. DUSEL.
for thk sals or
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE,
Flour, Meal, Bacon, Butter, Lard,, Potatoes,
Fruits, etc. In Store: Hay Grain and Feed
Stuffs. Agent for Excelsior Cotton Gin, Man-
ufactured at Macon, Ga,
No. lO strand, Calveaton, Texas.
Manila, Russia and American Cordage, Patau
and Oils, Flags and Bunting, Anchors.
Chains and Wire Hope, Oakum, Pine and
Goal Tar, Pitch, Boats and Oars, Blocks an*
Sheeree for Ferries, Presses, etc. Canvas
and Duck for Sails, Tents, Tarpaulins and
Awnings, eto. [aptl 12ml 208 STRAND.
CHAS. KBLLNBB. W. J. FBKDKBICH.
J. Frederich & Kellner,
Office: Corner Mechanic and 23d sts. aulS'ly
W. K. McAlpin* Galveston.
Jas. R. Baldridgk. Washington, Texas.
Jos. Baldridok Washington, Texas.
jyj 1 ALPINE, BALDRIDGE & Co.
HENDLEY BUILDING, Strand,
jyl 6m GALVESTON. TEXAS.
JOEL &B. F.WOLFE,
/CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON
vy and Wool solicited, upon which we are
prepared to make
Liberal Cash Advances.
General State Agents for
Celebrated Improved Revolving-head
Price Reduced to 84 Per Saw.
Also, Latest Improved
Feeders & Condensers.
JOEL & B. F. WOLFE,
No. 179 Strand, Galveston, Texas.
OILS AND GLASS,
Tarnishes and Artists' Colors,
PURE PARIS GREEN.
Cotton Worm Destroyer
FOH SALE BY
RICE & JBAITLARD
NO. 77 TREMONT ST..
laK'78 «at mi tu V2m GALVESTON. TEXAS
Lee, McBride & Co.,
Cotton and Wool Factors
General Commission Merchants,
SI 4 STRAND,
G. H. Mensing
Cotton Factors and General Com-
Ofllce, Cor. Strand & Cant* Sti.,
an!9'77 ly GALVESTON, TEXAB.
Wolston, Wells & Vidor,
Commission & Forwarding Merch'ts
T3 Strand, Lear tie's Building.
au4":8 ly GALVESTON, TEXAB.
W. G. Nelson & Co.,
la.tb of mxubon * sadler,
FRUIT AND PRODUCE
and Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Flab, Freah Oysters and Game.
Solicits orders from the country.
138 Center street, GALVESTON, TEXAS.
Jas. Hickey & Co.
Opposite Passenger Depot,
no2G 9m No*. 5 and 6 WATER ST.
WATER* 8. DAVIS,
Somerville & Davis,
PATENTEES OF THE
DAVIS HOOK TIES,
The best and easiest adjusted Tie now in nse
and Importers and Dealers In all kinds of
COTTON TIB* * DOMESTIC JCTB
f62473 8m STRAND, GALVESTON, TEX
Murphy & Brockelman,
STOVES A TINWARE,
Gas Fixtures, Plumbing Material, Iron Pipe,
and Flttinm, Brass Goods, and
all kinds of
Practical Gas Fitters and PI ambers. Copper
Smiths, Tinners and Sheet Iron Workers.
Special attention paid to the Manufacture
for Residences and Graves, Ofllce and Baloooj
Ballings, and all kinds of
OBSAMSNTAi, IRON WORK
Drayage and Storage,
R. P. SARG1HT & CO.,
JJAVING SUPERIOR FACIU-
ties, are prepared to
first month. Including drayage, for 9c. per
Succeeding months, Sc. per sack par
fW~ Special rates given on lots of CO sacks
All kinds goods stored at very low
A PAPER FOR THE MILLION.
The WEEKLY NEWS contains full re-'
ports of the world's doings: accurate market
reports, besides other valuable information on
agriculture and other leading topics.
Subscription price reduced, so that It to
within the reac"* *'
sead for U.
a —»nthfl for 50c.,
The Backus Oil Co.,
Railway Oils % Car Grease
AND ALL KINDS OF
FINE MACHINERY OILS,
jy20 2m CLEVELAND, OHIO.
jJ(JL Works, Established in 1863.
Manufacture all kinds of Locomotives, am'-
have recently purchased of the A mostr**.
Manufacturing Company all the pattern*
patents, and the good will for the manufacture
of their celebrated Steam Fire Engines a»-i
Fire Apparatus, and are now prepared to iv
ceire and execute orders promptly. Bend fo'
descriptive circular. AJtETAS BLOOD,
ao23 12m Agent, Manchester, N. B.
H. HIRSCH & CO..
Payne dc Sons, Frlck & Co., Eclipse.
Baxter, lioadley, Godwin,
Blake's Patent, and Pulsometers.
STEAM INJEOTOBS and EJECT
ore, (Rice's Little Giant and Friedman's,)
Hall's Qins, Feeders and Condensers, Faught
Patent Gin Gearing, Doable Quick and 8cno-
field's Presses Straub's and Nonpareil Mills,
Victor and Bell Sugar Mills, Cook's and Scant-
tin's Evaporator, Wood Working Machinery.
MacNeale A Urban Fire-proof Safes, Milburn
Wagons, Belting, Railing, Steam and Water
Fittings, etc., etc.
^-SENI> FOR CATALOGUES, jyll 3m
LEE IRON WORKS.
C. B. LEE & CO..
Irom Brass Founder;
KILL AND GIN GKiKINU,
Shafting, Pulleys, Brass and lr«-
Pnmps, Etc., Etc.
Particular attention glTento orders for i r<*
Fronts and Castings for Buildings.
All Kinds ol Job Wort
Corner Winnie and :Wd su.
(Near Uallroad Depot),
LinE - - LinE -. i,im;
P. C. TAYLOR. Austin. Texas.
Manufacturer of best
Austin LIME, dealer in CEMENT, PLA8
TER and other BUILDERS' MATERIAL. All
shipments guaranteed. Prices low as any
Quality equal to any in the world. Order-
promptly filled. Responsible agents wanted
at *very Texas town. f«19 12ro
SO, 82, 54, 66, 58 A 60 N. Paters St
NEW ORLEi LA.,
Keeps constantly on hand a lar^r and selecte-'
stock of BARRELS. HALF-UaRRELS and
KEG3, all sizes. Also, Hoop Poles. Price;
moderate. Satisfaction guaranteed. ap3 6m
B. 0. Bowers S Co.
121 Front st, New Tork.
/CONSIGNMENTS OF all Texas
products solicited (cotton only excepted)
Liberal advances will be made and account
sales promptly rendered. Refer by perm la
sion to Ball, Hutchings & Co. myl9 6m
TURNIP, CABBAGE, BEETS, Ete.
Just received and for sale low.
A. FLAKE A- CO.
JNO. A. BUCKHOLT8.
b. h. Gardner
Buckholts & Gardner,
Attorneys at Law and Land Agents,
BRYAN, BRAZOS CO., TEXAS.
Special attention paid to collections; Land*
bought and Bold; Taxes paid and Record* ex
amined. mylo tf
JOHN K. DONNAN,
Ueneral Agent and Collector,
715 Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas. Refers
by special permission to Hon. R. B. Hubbard,
Governor; Hon. Stephen H. Darden, Comp-
troller; Hon. A. J. Doru. Treasurer: Hon. H.
H. Boone, Attorney General; Capt. W. A. Pitts,
Chief Clerk ComDtroller Office; Major Rhoads
«Tsher, Chief Clerk General Land Office; Hon.
Richard Coke, U. 8. Senator, Waco; Hon. Geo.
Clark Waco;Hon. A. J. Peeler, AUBtin;Me-ars.
Egglescon & Bro., Austin; and all business
men of standing in Austin. jy28 lm
IN ANT QUANTITIES.
Highest Market Price paid, and Backs
olahed to responsible parties.
Cask Paid oh Delirerj.
U. M. NEBLETT & CO.
U. A. NEBLETT & CO.
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The Galveston Daily News. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 134, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 27, 1878, newspaper, August 27, 1878; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth461868/m1/3/: accessed February 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.