The Galveston Daily News. (Galveston, Tex.), No. 397, Ed. 1 Friday, January 16, 1874 Page: 4 of 4
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concession for the construction of an In-
ternational Railroad, ire unable to begin
the Work for want of funds, and credit at
home and abroad.
Leon Guzman has resigned the Attor-
ney Generalship, because, it is alleged, of
ill health. He condemns President Ler-
do's policy, because the latter disap-
roved of Guzman's action while in
Serious disturbances in the City of
Mexico have ceased.
' GMtogress approved a continuation of
the subsidy to the Alexander Steamship
President I^erdo has summoned all the
State Governors to the National Capital,
to discuss State affairs.
New Yon*, January 15.—Noon.—
Gold opened 11 If. Stock* active. Money
6. Gold 111*. Stejiing Exchange, long
$4 83, short <4 Government bonds
strong. State bonds strong.
l^Hton ckiii, sales 1218 bales. Uplands
16fc>> Orleans 171c.
The market for futures opened at:
February 15$<216c., March 16&@16
April Vt., May 17f@17 7-16c.
Naw V#l*aj<»». Jan., 15—Evening.—
Corn in goixl demand and higher, white
73@73S., mixed 75@77c, yellow 78c.
Oata firmer at 50@58c. Hay dull, choice
$24. Pork firm at $16. Sugar in good
demand and firmer inferior *4@5c., com-
mon 5+<36ic., fair 6K«j7c., good fair 7i@
7fc., fully lair 7|(jS8c., prime to strictly
prime 8J(J8ic. Molasses—receipts small,
demand good fair 57c., prime 01064c.,
strictly prime 64@05c., choice 68c.
Flour, firm, treble extra $7®8, family
$8 25(^9 75. Bran dull. Dry salt
meats dull, none in first hands. Ba-
con active and firmer at 8i, Sli®9fe.
Hams dull, new 12c, Lard quiet, tierce
8f(<j91c., keg 9|@10c. Coffee active and
higher, ordinary 28@25c., fair 20i@27c.,
good 274<a28c.t prime 28@28Jc. Corn
meal firm at $3 25.
Cotton,demand slack and prices lower.
Sales 6900 bales. Good Ordinary to
strict Good Ordinary 131@14fc., Low
Middling to strict Low Middling 15(3
15jc., Middling to strict Middling 16£@
17c., Good Middling 17i@17Jc.
Receipts, gross, 6790 bales, exports
coastwise 1250 bales, continent 600 bales,
Hamburg S676 bales, stock on hand to-
day 367,023 bales, ootton unsold to-day
Gold lllf. Sterling exchange, bank
$5 33». Sight exchange, bank * per
New York, January 15.—Evening.—
Money eaay, at 6(g7 per cent. Ster-
ling exchange dull, but steady. Gold
quiet at 111J01111. Governments strong
and active. State bond* quiet and
Cotton, net receipts 635 bales, gross
receipts 4277 bales.
The market for futures closed steady
at the following quotations :
January 15Jc., February 15Jc., March
16Jc., sales 20,800 bales. Cotton weak,
sales 1618 bales at 16}@171c.
London, January 15. — Noon. —
Erie 45J@45J. Bank rate 3J.
Pakis, January 15—Noon.—Rentes 83f.
Liverpool, January 14.—1 p. m.—
Cotton quiet and unchanged. Sales 12,000
bales, including 2000 bales for specula-
tion and export.
Cotton to arrive, l-16d. cheaper. Sales
of Uplands, not below Good Ordinary,
shipment in December and January 81d.
Uplands, not below Good Ordinary ship-
ment in February and March 8 3-16d.
Sales of Uplands not below Good Ordi-
nary deliverable in March and April 8id.
Uplands not below Good Ordinary de-
liverable in March and April 8Jd. Up-
lands not below Low Middling shipment
in December 8 3-16d. Sales to-day 6700
Liverpool, Jannnry 15.—Evening.—
Cotton, Uplands Bfd., Orleans 8}@8}c.,
sales of Uplands not below Good Ordi-
nary shipment in January and February
(tyd., sales of Ordinary Orleans not below
Low Middling deliverable in March and
London, January 15.—Evening.—Bul-
lion decreased £80,000. Street rates on
Government securities 3}.
surprised at what we may already
foresee. Communism is hydra-headed,
and its venom has been and is now
being disclosed in places where it was
not suspected. Society has numbers
on its side, but numbers without or-
ganization are chaotic and inefficient.
Communism is constantly gaining or-
ganization, and has all the desperation
of those who have nothing to lose and
everything to gain. It is time that
every State in the Union should go
earnestly to work to prepare for.tne
onset of the followers of Karl Marx,
for they mean business—not m Paris
and Berlin merely, but in New York
COTTON SEED Oil. CAKB
Among the receipts from the interior
yesterday Is noticed the items of five
hundred packages of cotton seed oil
cake and forty barrels of cotton seed
oil, from the manufactories at Hemp-
stead and Bryan, consigned to C. W.
Hurley & Co., and J. N. Sawyer.
Taken as the receipts of a single day,
it indicates the importance which this
branch of trade is assuming and in-
spires the hope that a larger amount
of capital may soon be invested therein.
The most of the shipments from this
port, so far, have been made directly
to the Liverpool market, although a
lively demand reaches us from New
York and other Northern ports.
Affray In Nigger Run.
Napoleon Smith, colored, who has
been confined in the county jail for some
time past for stealing a lot of corn sacks,
upon regaining his freedom, returned to
his old haunts in that odoriferous pre-
cinct known in police circles as "Nigger
Run." Yesterday afternoon he had an
interview with another colored individ-
ual, who handles freight on the steamer
Diana, and answers to the name of John
Bird, during which Napoleon received a
severe gash in the right hand from a
broken bottle, and a stunning blew on
the right temple, the said implements of
warfare being, it is charged, hurled with
sledge-hammer force by the Baid Bird.
Napoleon—who is "childlike," if not
" blaud "—appeared at the Central Mar-
ket Station last night, roaring and bel-
lowing like a bull-calf deprived of it*
maternal protector. His wounds were
dressed by a physician, after which he
was permitted to seek his "little bed."
The great Frogtown case, wherein
it is charged that Mrs. May threatened to
beat the brains out of the head of Mary
Murphy, is set for a hearing before Jus-
tice Hancock to-morrow morning, at ten
o'clock. We hear that most of the in-
habitants of Frogtown have been sum-
moned as witnesses, therefore a good
deal of miscellaneous swearing may be
anticipated. The public is informed that
no extra charge will be made for re-
Communism In the l ulled Slate*.
A number of leading journals ex-
press alarm at the agrarian demonstra-
tions in some of our large cities. The
apprehension Is iiul confined to the
great cities of the North, where the
most threatening demonstrations have
been made, but has extended to the
larger cities of the West, where there
is a large proportion of vicious agita-
tors. The St. Louis Republican meets
the danger, if danger exists, in a calm
and argumentative way, which must
have weight with reasonable men of
all classes. That paper says that when
money is easy, work abundant and
wages liberal, there is no inducement
for the laboring classes to rebel against
the established order of things. But
whenever times change, the agitators
find in the troubles of the people ma-
terial on which to work their perni-
cious doctrines and schcmes ; and
whether designated as the Interna-
tionale, Labor Unions, Protective
Unions, or Workingmen's Societies,
the fundamental principles are the
same, and the ideas promulgated are,
as near as may be, identical. The
Republican is reminded by the temper
and utterances ol the meetings recently
held in New York and Chicago, of the
Jacobin club of the French revolution,
and of the fierce clamors of the faction
which ruled Paris during those gloomy
months which immediately followed
the downfall of the second empire. It
adds that thcjCommuns is to-day what
it was in 1792 and in 1870; it is in the
United States what it was and is in
France; and there is no reason to sup-
pose that its chief characteristics will
ever undergo any important modifica-
tion while it exists at all. The same
Human nature is the same every-
where. The prejudices and passions
which rouse it into activity in one
country and one era, will rouse it in
another country and another era If
certain sharp points are, by a combi-
nation of unfortunate events, driven
into the consciousness of a people who
own the ballot-box, they will respond
as quickly and respond as bitterly and
as unreasonably as if their necks had
been galled for aires by the yoke of king-
ly tyranny. The fact that they are their
own rulers, and can make and unmake
laws to suit themselves, does not al-
ways induce them to guide their zeal
by the dictates of discretion. They
only know that something is wrong,
that they are pinched in the stomach
or in the pocket, and forthwith pro-
ceed to inaugurate measures of reform
without stopping to inquire whether
the remedy proposed is not as bad, or
worse than the disease.
Although less dangerous in this
country than in the old world, it is
alleged communism has an organized
existence and active emissaries here, as
well as there; and even in Galveston
efforts have not been spared to develop
the germs of this social distemper.
Here there has happily been but little
pretext for its manifestation, and no
real danger has been felt; but in St.
Louis the good citizens are tjld by
their leading press that they can not
avoid the danger which threatens
aociety elsewhere, but that they should
be prepared to meet it, and that, if the
lesson* of the last three months have
not taught them the need of this pre-
paration, then they richly merit the
hsnh experience which the future as-
suredly has in store.
The Chicago Tribune speaks in the
same strain, aud says:
If the struggle must come, it should
not find either Government or society
unprepared for it. Organization must
be met by organization and force by
force. Men who have accumulated
property must be prepared to defend
it as well against domestic as foreign
invaders. They must fight for it, if
necessary, with a better organization
and in a more determined spirit than
those who would fight to wrench it
from them. We have already had the
first warning. If it be allowed to pass
unheeded, the second will be lost
upon us, and some day we shall be
Home Insurance and Banking;
We take pleasure in calling atten-
tion to the advertisement of the Home
Insurance and Banking Company, which
has become one of the most popular in-
stitutions of the city, and, under the judi-
cious management of its managers, who
are among our most active and responsi-
ble business men, it is destined to a still
further extension of operations and use-
fulness. The names of officers and di-
rectors will be found in another part of
the News this morniag, to which we re-
fer for particulars.
City Railroad Office.
Persons having business to transact
with the City Railroad Company, will find
the obliging secretary in his new quar-
ters, corner of Centre street and Avenue
I, to which the office of the company will
be removed this morning.
Phillip Killey was arraigned before
JuotVoo Ur«.tl. Uaucuck yesterday upon a
charge preferred by Edward Welch,
wherein it was alleged that Killey did
threaten |and assault the complainant.
In his defense, Killey attempted to es-
tablish that at the time the assault was
alleged to have Occurred he was not at
the place specified in the indictment, and
so clearly did he make out his case that
the magistrate ordered his discharge
Look to It.
Complaint is made of the condition
of the crossing of the bayou on Forty-
third street. The road, or street, is al-
most impassable, and work on it, unless
protected by planking, will be thrown
away. Persons who use that street, in
coming into or returning from the city,
will be much obliged if the Superintend-
ent of Streets will see that the necessary
repairs are made.
A crowd of workmen are busy on the
Public Square, and are laying it off in
beds, round, octagnal, diamond, square,
etc. Evergreens are arriving and the
workmen are planting a species of palm,
orange, [magnolia, umbrella China and
The Broadway esplanades are being
filled up rapidly, and several blocks will
be ready for paving in a very short time.
Ornamental shrubbery is to be planted
along some of them by the owners of
property along the street, which is cer-
tainly commendable on their part.
All that is asked by those who pur-
pose to decorate the esplanade in front
of their residences is that the city au-
thorities will prevent the destruction of
plants and shrubbery by loose animals.
If the planting of shrubbery will have
the effect of securing the enforcement of
the ordinance regarding loose animals,
numerously signed petitions in tavor of
ornamenting every street in the city will
be the order of the day, for every other
effort has, so far, totally failed to prevent
the dangerous nuisance of animals at
large in the streets.
United States Court.
Before Honorable Amos Morrill, Judge
presiding; C. Dart, Clerk; D. J. Bald-
win, District Attorney ; Tom. P. Uchil-
tree, Marshal. The following proceed-
ings were had in the above court yes-
United States vs. E. Wilson, charged
with embezzlement of United States
funds belonging to the Postoffice Depart-
ment. Ordered that defendant be held
to bail in the sum of $2000, and in de-
fault, that he be held in custody.
The following cases were set for trial :
Labatt vs. Houston and Texas Central
Railway Company, for January 22d;
United States vs. Houston and Texas
Central Railway Company, for January
Before Hon. R. M. Tevis, Recorder;
John H. Westerlage, Chief of Police ; C.
C. Allen, Clerk. The following cases
were disposed of at the morning session
of the above court:
M. Scott, drunk and down—fined $2.
Ed. W. Ferguson, running a dray with-
out proper numbers—dismissed on pay-
ment of costs.
Ed. Murphy, drunk and disorderly—
David Olson, fighting—fined $3.
Geo Davis, fighting—dismissed.
James Bothurst, drunk and down—con-
John Polly, running a dray without
proper numbers—dismissed on payment
George St. Clair, theft of wood from
John Hibbert of the value of $10—jury
and verdict of $50 fine and ten days' con-
finement in the county jail.
Walter Marshall theft—continued.
Jack, theft of a hat belonging to Mike
Branagan—bound over to the Criminal
District Conrt in the sum of $200.
For the accommodation of our patrons,
Our Price Current will be delivered
on Saturday, at 8 o'clock. A. M., which
will afford ample time to prepare them
for the mail.
Orders left at our counting-room before
0 o'clock, on Fridays, will be promptly
The Opera House.
" East Lynne " wai produced at the
Opera House last night to a small audi-
ence, the inclemency of the weather pre-
venting people from turning ont.
This evening has been set aside as the
occasion of a benefit to Miss Ada Gray,
who will appear in a favorite character.
On Monday night, the Fifth Avenue
Combination Company will make their
first appearance. We understand that
the manager has been at an expense of
$4000 to bring this company to Galves-
ton, for seven nights, During thet#' en-
gagement the most attractive pieces now
holding the boards will be produced—
" Divorce,', " Man and Wife," " Alixe,"
"BajW Garrick," and other favorite
merchants' Insurance Company.
It is always gratifying to notice the
prosperity of our domes^i*! institutions,
such as the Merchants' Insurance Com-
pany, which, under the management of a
Board of Directors and officers,-chosen
from our best business men, has attained
a position' of popularity and solvency
second to none tak the country, whether
home or foreign: The Secretary, Mr.
Henry Sampson, is one of the oldest mer-
chants of Texas, and whatever business
our readers may have with him in his
capacity of an officer of the Company,
will be pleasantly and satisfactorily
transacted. The card of the Merchants'
Insurance Company will be found under
the-head of new* advertisements this
The citizens residing near the corner
of Sixteenth street and Avenue M, com-
plain of the condition of said thorough-
fares, and ask that the Street Commis-
sioner take a turn in that direction.
The improvements at the postoffice
will, we learn, be completed by Saturday
night, when wo presume the Twentieth
street front will be opened without delay
for the convenience of the public.
E. Wilson, the ex-Columbus postmas-
ter, was admitted to bail in the sum of
$3000 yesterday afternoon. The names
of his sureties are: J. Gottschalk, E.
Kauffman, and Sam. Levy.
Messrs. Gallagher & Nelson are hereby
thanked for late copies of " Bell's Ltife "
and the " Sporting Timea," of London.
The name of the Norwegian who met
with an accident Tuesday evening, by the
explosion of a canister of gunpowder, is
Galveston has a Chief of Police whose
fighting weight is 220 pounds, and a Re-
corder who will tilt up the scales at 200
pounds. Can any other ci.y of equal popu-
lation match us 1
The alarm of fire yesterday morning
was ca.ised by a burning flue in a build-
ing opposite the City Hotel. Star State
No. 3 wiis the only steamer, we believe,
that got to work, the alarm not having
baen sounded at Central Market.
To be inserted in Our Double Sheet
Weekly will be received up to 6 p. m.
on Fridays, at our counting room.
Tiie Waltham Watch Company.—
The watches made by the Waltham
Company have attained a popularity
never accorded to any other make, and
for the very excellent reason that all ar-
ticles sent out from the manufactory are
as near perfection as the very best of
material and most accurate workmanship
The watches made by the Waltham
Company embrace every description,
size, price and design, from the cheapest
to the most expensive. The cheapest
watches are accurate time-keepers, and
the works will wear as long as if a
higher price was demanded.
Watches are manufactured at the
Waltham Works expressly for use of
engineers, conductors and travelers.
These watches are perfect in all their
details, and can be depended on in any
No other watch company makes a
complete article, and purchasers should
always ask for the Waltham Watch, a
full supply of which are always on hand
at the establishment of
M. W. Shaw & Bro.,
Corner Tremont and Market streets.
W. W. Carre & Co., of Houston, are
now offering their stock of dressed Yel-
low Pine and Cypress Lumbers at prices
to suit the times, and will fill at the
shortest notice all orders for rongh ma-
terial of any kind, size or length.
Schenck's Mandrake Pills.—These
pills are composed exclusively of vege-
table ingredients, and although they en
tirely supersede the use of mercury, do
not leave any of.ite injurious effects.
They act directly upon the liver, and are
a valuable remedy in all cases of de-
rangement resulting from a disordered
state of that organ. Liver Complaint,
Bilious disorders, Indigestion, Sick Head-
ache, Typhoid Fevers, etc., etc., all suc-
cumb to the free use of Scnenck's Man-
drake Pills. For sale by all Druggists
and Dealers. .
The Indianapolis Journal says:
"Like the two Democratic Governors,
Allen and Hendricks, Speaker Con-
verse signalized his affection for the
government, during the war, by mak-
ing speeches at anti-draft meetings,
and counseling his Democratic hearers
to shoot down the drafting officers.
In this latter respect he has a better
Democratic record than either of the
others, for they never went quite so
far as that.
The Journal is barking on a trail that
is getting cold. All just and reason-
able people at the North begin to re.
alize the fact that the war is over, and
no longer proscribe men either for op-
posing it at the outset, or espousing
the Southern side, when forced to
For more than three years, says the
Coal Gazette, a fire has been raging at
No. 6 mine, Summit Hill, Pa. The
company have heen using every means
in their power to put out the flames,
but without any good results as yet.
Indeed, it is only lately that the water
which had been dammed up, at the
expense of much labor, was turned on
The Democrats of Delaware are
discussing candidates for the next gov-
ernorship. The most favored gentle-
men appear to be Mr. Victor du Pont,
of Wilmington; Attorney General
Charles B. Lore, William R. Lynam,
of Christiana; and John W. Hall, of
A cross-eyed man cast a gloom over
a Detroit street car recently by asking
one of seven men and strangers on the
opposite seat "if he had any chewing
tobacco handy." First the seven
strangers looked at each other; then
the seven hands went pocketward; and
observing this motion, each of the
seven supposed his neighbor the one
spoken to, and the seven hands re-
turned empty. The eross-eyed man
cast a ricochet glance of indignation
along the line, and with the remark,
"A sweet-scented lot of generous
roosters," took a chew of his own to-
At the meeting of the New York
Chamber of Commerce, on Friday
evening, Mr. Stevens read a proposed
memorial to Congress on the subject of
collisions at sea; the use of electric
and other lights on sea-going vessels,
and praying for the establishment of
an international commission of the
maritime powers to consider the whole
subject of ocean courses and passen-
ger travel on the Atlantic. This was
adopted and ordered to be forwarded
Twelve conductors on the New York
Central Railroad were summarily dis-
missed lately. Several of them were
among the oldest conductors on the
road, and they complain bitterly of the
action against them. It is understood
that they were dismissed upon com-
plaints made by detectives who were
put on the trains to watch them in
their working of the duplex tickets.
The Georgia papers have New York
advices that a pool has been formed of
all the disputed Georgia bonds, and ten
per cent, subscribed to effget favorable
legislation in their belialf.
— i • —■
nlng, January 15,1871, at Trinity Church, the
tUr. 8..M. Bird officiating, Jlr. J. Worsham
to Miss Carrie Kesnan.
The happy couple hay* «ur bsst wishes for
thsir propsrlty and happiness.
Montgomery Prm and Huntsvlll* Item
, Brooks, for
At the request o( the legal holder of a
note executed Dy J, W. Brooks, dated Febru-
ary 5th, 1873, for the sum of $3853 #8, payable
to the order of Hobby ft Post, due on the first
day of January, 1874, with IS per cent. Inter-
est from date until paid, and by virtue of the
authority in me vested by a certain trust
deed, executed by the said J. W.
the purpose of securing the
i in date
. Mitku.„ . .
city of Galveston, to the highest bidder, for
cash. on the SIXTEENTH day OP janu-
ary, a. d. 1*74?-between the hours of m a. it.
and «.p.-jf.r all that certain tract of land, be-
ing two hundred and twenty acres of land
more otjUaa, situated oa the Waters of the
survey made fofaal|^.^&rook«of476£»
acres, Dec. Sd, 1868 ; jUU»4#.north 45 deg.
Te#t, 1815 varsa, to the saat One of a survey
m the name of W. W. Wardlow; thence with
said line north 45 deg. east, 684 varas, to a
stake In the northwest corner of a survey
made for E. Gurley; thence south 45 deg. oast,
1815 varas, with said Gurley's line to his
southwest corner ; thence 45 deg. west, 684
varas, to the beginning; containing ISO acres,
~ ™ *' "er, December 23d,
; reomrded in Palls
the purpose of securing the payment of said
note and bearing even date therewith, I will
sell, in front of the Courthouse door, in the
. and being a part of the survey
owned by J. 8. Hanna and L. Gh
surveyed by R. F. Alexander, December 23d,
1868; Scogln sold to Brooks; reoorded in Falls
County Record of Deeds, Book K, pages 361
: Bald sale is toad# to
Kalning unpaid on"sa)dno'
a balance re-
the following payments and credits: Febru-
ary 5th, 1873. $5lf 90; March 4th, 1873, 13;
and In accordance with, the terms of said
trust deed, which is reeoroeaoa Fails'County
Record of Mortgages, Book a, pages 21, 22 ana
28 J. Z, A Scdrfi Trustee.
Galveston, January 6th, 1874. jaQtds
DISTRICT COURT OF THB 0. S. )
for the ra0terx district of texas. f
Ik the Matter or a. Sessums, Powell * Co.,
Notice Is hereby given to all Creditors in
the above entitled matter. Including Credit-
era of the firm of A. Sessums *Co., and to
all other interested parties, that we have
filed in the United States District Cobrt for
the "Eastern District of Texas, a petition that
we be authorized to settle and compromise
>UJ matters of difference between the estates
we represent, and the firm of J. H. Brower *
Co., of New York, and all said oreditoca and
parties in interest, are hereby notified and
required .to show cause, if any they have,
why the prayer of said petition should not be
granted, at the Halted States District Court
Rooms, in the City of Galveston, on the
TWRNTY-FIRST DAT OF JANUARY, 1874.
ROBERT G. STREET,
BRANCH T. MASTERSON,
8E LAZARUS & MORRIS'
They never tire the eye and last many years
For sale by S. T.EAVF.CK.
130 Market St., near 22d, Galveston, Texas.
For Cleaning, Beautifying and Nourishing
the Human Hair. A Clear, Cleanly and Harm-
less Fluid for the Toilet. Restoring Gray or
Failed Hair to its original oolor and beauty
with little trouble. It nourishes the roots of
the ~ air, removes Dandruff, and, in a word, is
one of the purest Hair Restoratives to be ob-
tained anywher?. Its price is J1 each bottle,
to be had at DR. GOODALL'S Drug Store,
Nos. 209 and 211 Market street, Galveston,
And Costive Cure
NAUSEA OR GRIPING.
NOT UNPLEASANT TO TAKE,
amd preferable to
All Other Purgatlres.
It cures diseases of the Liver and Spleen,
removes Mercury from the system, thereby
cures Neuralgia, Sick-Headaohe and Rheu-
matism, and a pleasant laxative for delicate
females. PURELY VEGETABLE,
TEXAS CHJ.L TONIC
A CERTAIN, SAFE AND SPEEDY CURE FOR
Chills and F«yer,
NERVOUS HEADACHE, NEURALGIA
AMD GENERAL DEBILITY.
Guaranteed in Every Case if Directions
are Followed. ' -
FOR SALE BY BKUGOIST3 GENERALLY.
TRADE SUPPLIED BT
R. F. GEORGE, Wholesale Druggist, Galves-
Ana at uiy urug store, navasota, Texas.
J. P. BARNETT, M. D., GALVESTON, TEXAS
R. If. long,
LATE OF H.D.N. CO.
*7. J. HOLBfcOK,
LATE STEWARD B.D.S.CO.
Cor. Main St. and Texas Avenue,
LONG & HOLBECK, Proprietors.
Travelers by Early and Late trains can al-
wsys get their muals before departure.
Watchmaker and Jeweler
63 MAIN STREET,
Yun Alstyne's Building,
WATCHES, CLOCKS awd JEWELRY CARE-
FULLY REPAIRED and WARRANTED.
FINE GOLD JEWELRY,
Diamonds, Ladles and Gentlemen's
Gold Watches and Cbains,
And a large supply of SILVER WATCHES
always on hand. Also sole agent for the
p. w. a rat. w. b. botts. JAB. a. bake*.
Late of Huntsvllta.
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BOCK * WHISHT, JHutafltCSBMn
780 and 788 N. Mala street, St. Louts, *0,
saarlS-gu-W »J-Fri Wly
At the request of the legal holders of three
oertaln Tpromissory notes, executed by W. P.
Quigg, all three bearing date of September 1,
1870— one for the sum of nfteen thousand dol-
lars, due fifteen months after date; one for the
sua of fifteen thousand dollars, due twenty-
seven months after date; aad one for the sum
of twenty thousand dollars, due thirty-nine
months after date—and all of said three notes
P. Quigg. for the purpose of securing the pay-
ment of all three of said promissory notes,
and bearipg.jdate.of SflptsmbetLI&70.1
County Courthouse door, in
ity of Galveston, to the high-
est and best bidders, for cashiu American gold
dollars, on the SEVENTEENTH Day of F eb-
ruary, A. D. 1874, between the hours of ten
a. m, and ft. v. m., all of the following de-
scribed tracts or paroels of land, to-wit:
All that certain tract or pareel of land situ-
ated, lying and being on Oyster Creek, in the
County of Fort Bend, State of Texas, con-
taining one-fourth of a league of land, being
a part of the land known as the Morton Grant,
and the same oonveyed to Wm. W. McMahon
by John V. Morton, by deed bearing date of
the twentieth day of August. A. D. 1839, and
reoorded in the County Clerk's office of Fort
Bend County, and by Jesse J. Bell, by deed
dated the fourteenth day of February, 1848,
aad duly recorded in said county, and bound-
ed as follows; Commencing at the northeast
oorner of the John Fitsgerald tract on the
Brazos River; thence, following the original
line of the league granted to William Morton
G060 varas to a stake In the prairie; theuoe,
west 1285 varas to the northeast oorner of the
land owned by Handy * Lusk; thence,
south 3530 varas to tbe corner of J. J. Ed-
wards' land;- thence, south, following the
line of the satd Edwards; thence,east 44ti varas
to east corner of Edwards' land 8530 varas to
the east and west line of said Fitsgerald land;
thenoe, along said east and west line 788 varas
to the plaoe of beginning—containing eleven
hundred acres; more or less, being the land
conveyed to Wm. W. McMahan by J. V. * W.
P. Morton, and by the said W. W. McMahan,
through the sheriff of Fort Bend County, to
Thompson H. McMahan,by deed duly recorded
in said County of Fort Bend. Also, that cer-
tain otlfrr tract or parcel of land, containing
two hundred acres, being the same oonveyed
to Wm. W- McMahan by J. J. Bell, and bound-
ed as follows; Beginning at the southeast
corner of a 'quarter surveyed for Wm. P.
Morton at an ash; thence, ea*t 446 varas'to
an ash twelve Inches in diameter, marked E;
thence, north 2530 varas to a hackberry,
about six inches in diameter, marked ;
thence, west 446 varas to a stake, and wild
peach six inehes In diameter, and to inter-
sect the east boundary line of a quarter of a
league belonging to Handy A Lusk; and
thence, south' 2530 varas, with said line of
Handy & Lusk, to the place of beginning-
containing, say two hundred aores, more or
less. Also, that certain other tract or parcel
of land, consisting of five hundred and sixty-
one ana a half racres of land, originally grant-
ed by the MeSican Government to Jane W1I-
klns, Iytag and being situated'on Oyster Creek
in Fort Bend> County, and bounded as fol-
lows: Beginning at the western boundary
line of said league at a point od said Oyster
Creek, in Fort Bend County, where stands an
elm six inches In diameter, marked X; thenoe,
down the bed of said creek with its meanders
892 varas, on a bass line, where stands an
elm twenty-four inches in diameter, marked
VX, from which a hlckberry twelve inches In
diameter bears north 87 deg. east, 7 varas dis-
tant, marked X; and a hackberry ten leches
In diameter bears north 40 deg. west, 7 varas
distant, marked III; thence north 3247 varas,
intersects the north boundary line of said
league at a post In the prairie; thence, west
with said boundary line 892 varas to tbe
northwest oorner of said Wilkins' league
thence, south 3844 varas to the place of begin
nlng: being the same tract of land conveyed
to Wm. W7 McMahan, by E. Varney. and by
the said Wm. W. McMahan, through the Sher-
iff of Fort Bend County, conveyed to
Thompson H. McMahan. which said convey-
ances are duly recorded in the said County of
Fort Bend; all of whioh said traots of land are
now comprised in and known as "Harlem
Said sale is made to satisfy and pav off the
full amount of said three promissory notes,
whictt have l(>ng since been due, and interest
due thereon and, in accordance with the
terms of said deed of trust, which is recorded
in Fort Bend County, In Deed Book No. I,
Pages 650, 651, 652 and 653.
J. H. McCORMICK,
A SSIGKEE'8 SALE OF VALUA-
Jr\- bio and. desirable Merchandise.
By virtue of an order of sale from the Hon-
orable District Court of the Uuited States for
the Eastern District of Texas, to me direct-
ed as Assignee of the estate of Steussy &
Blum, bankrupts, I will offer for sale, at their
old stand, tbe entire stock of goods of the
said Steussy it Blum.
Cambrics, handkerchiefs. Napkins, Table
Clctbs, Bedquilts, Table Covers, Casslmeres,
Cloths, Cottonados, Linseys and Linings,
Lace Shawls, Woolen Shawls, Boulevards,
Hoods, Woolen and Cotton Hosiery, Shoes,
Corsets, Undershirts, Drawers, Ribbons,
Laces, Embroideries. Gloves, Perfumery and
Fancy Goods generally, in such a variety and
quality as few other establishments have had.
The said sale to begin on Tuesday, the 13th
day of January, 1S74, and continue for ten
consecutive days thereafter, at private sale,
at the expiration of which time, the balance
of cald goods remaining, will be sold at pub-
By rirtua of power in me rested as trus-
tee in a deed of trust d&ted August 1, 1873,
executed by Mathew Bullock and Michael
Brannagan, conveying the property herein-
after described in trust to secure the pay-
ment of two promissory notes executed by
the said Bullock &Brannagan, co-partners, in
SHBWiV iftaf rtWffr,& oY wVtkk 'AStes fefSg
for the sum of $1132 80, and the second for
$lt80, and due, respectively, six and twelve
months after date, both of said notes being
unsatisfied in full; and, whereas, Thomas
Norman, on the day of January, 1874, pur-
chased the entire interest of Michael Branna-
gan in the property hereinafter described,
subiect to said trust deed, and the said Thom-
as Norman; Michael Branagan and Mathew
Bullock having united in a waiver in wri. ing
of the fact that said notes are not yet due,
and having requasted me to sell the property
mentioned in said trust deed, for the satisfac-
tion of said notes, without delay, and to avoid
additional expense; and at the request of all
parties interested, 1 will sell on SATURDAY,
the Twenty-fourth day of January, 1874, in
front of the Courthouse door of Galveston
County, at 12 o'clock M., to the highest due
bidder for cash, the following described prop-
One Large Fine Open Carriage with Yellow
Runninggear; Galveston License No. 36.
One Laodeau-Carriage; License No. 21
One Closa Carriage; No. 46.
One fine Laundeaulet Carriage; License
Four sets ,Double Harness.
Two Chesnut Sorrel Horses.
Two Bay Horses,
One Black Horse.
One Gray Mare.
Also, One fine Buggy and Harness.
Together with all the Impiovements, con-
sisting of a Frame Stable Building located on
the following parts of lots* (leased ground,):
Forty by eighty-five feet on the north ends of
lots numbered eight and nine, in Block 506, in
the City of Galveston.
Said trust deed is recorded in tbe records
of Galveston County, Book (10) Ten, Pages 386
Said sale will be made to satisfy said two
promissory notM^3j^ullock^& Brannagan.
At the request of the legal holder of a
certain note, executed by Nicholas Murphy,
dated January 25. A. D. 1870, for the sum of
One Thousand Five Hundred Currency Dol-
lars, payable to H. M. Brown or his assigns,
due and payable on the twenty-fifth day of
January, A. D. 1871; and by virtue of the
authority in me vested, by a certain Deed of
Trust, executed by the said Nicholas Murphy
for the purpose of securing the payment of
the saidnote, and bearing even date there-
with; said Deed of Trust being of record in
Beok (Liber) 3, Pages 17 and 18, Records of
Galveston County, and conveying in trust for
said purpose, Lot No. 11, in Block No. 442, City
of Galveston, I will sell at public auction in
front of the Courthouse door of said county,
to the highest and best bidder, for cash,
Twenty-second aay of January, 1874, between
the hours of ten a. m. and four p. m., all and
singular, the following described property,
That certain Lot or Parcel of Land lying
and being situate in the City and County of
Galveston, and known and designated on the
map or plan of the said City of Galveston as
Lot No. Eleven (11), in Block Four Hundred
and Forty-two (442), together with all the im-
provements and appurtenances thereunto
belonging. Said sale is made to satisfy the
said sum of Fifteen Hundred Dollars, the
principal of the said note; the same being
wholly due and unpaid. And I, as trustee,
will make suoh title thereto as is vested in
me by virtue of Deed of Trust.
R. T. WHEELER,
jalO td Substitute Trustee.
By virtue ot powsr in me vested, as trus-
tee in a Deed of Trust.dated October 30, 1878,
executed by £elim Rinker, conveying the
property hereinafter described, In trust to
said account'being due and payable to said
Breedlove ft Chadwick sixty (60) days after
date, and showing a balancce of three thou-
sand, four hundred and nineteen dollars and
nine cents, ($3419 09) In gold coin, with a
credit thereon of one thousand and seventy-
two dollars and fifty-three cents, ($1072 53) In
United States currency, and five hundred
and sixty-seven dollars and thirty cents
($567 30) la silver coin; and said balance of
account being due and unpaid, I will, at the
request of Breedlove & Chadwick, sell, on
FRIDAV, the1 16th of January, 1874, in front
of the Courthouse door of Galveston County,
to the highest bidder, for casb, the following
described property, to wit:
The west half of the northeast quarter of
Block No. 156, as known and desorlbed on the
map or plan of the City of Galveston, being
one and three-fourth lota of land, and Is the
same property. In part, bought by said Sellm
Rlnksr from the Galveston City Company.
Said Trust Deed Is recorded in the records
of Galveston County, Book 10, Pages 55S and
553. Said sals will be made to satisfy said
unpaid account and interest.
J. H. McCORMICK,
ja4 lit Trustee.
^TAXUABLE CITY PROPERTY
Under an order of the Hon. United States
District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas, made in the matter of Denis Neil.
scribed property, i
veeton, Texas, vis:
Part ot Lots number • aad 9, in Block SOS,
47 feet by 85 feet 8 inches, corner of Postoffice
and Tremont streets, commonly known as
"Denis Neil's Corner." Also, the Lot number
t, and the weat half of Lot number 3, in Block
■umber 628, la the city of Galveston.
The sale is made'to satisfy encumbrances,
and the title oonveyed is believed to be per-
feot. J. Z. H. SCOTT,
Assignee ot Deals Nell, Bankrupt.
JOB PRINTING OFFICE
la on squalid |n ths State.
U » thg last mils
AT NEWS JOB OrilCB.
FIRE ANBfc MARINE
PLANTERS' INSURANCE CO.,
A. 1. BURKE... - President
C. 8. LONGCOPE........... — .. Secretary
HOUSTON INSURANCE CO*
. C0CNTBI BISKS,
Bisks on Dwell ton, Merc hi
Cotton and Warehouses,
J. c. SMITH A CO., Areata,
de!7D8m Ostennan Building, 131 Strand.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
1 ♦ Street...." <t 4
Guarantee to Policy Holders..$3SO,524 85
Surplus, May 31,1873....;. 18,813 SO
J. P. Davie, Hardware Merohant, Galveston.
Jesse Baits, of Batts * Dean, Galvsston.
J. M. Brown, of Brown ft Lang, and Presi-
dent of First National Bank, Galveston.
A. C. MoKeen, of J. L. * A. C. McKeen, Gal-
Henry Sampson, Seoretary Merchant's Mu-
tual Insurance Company, Galveston
George F. Alford, of Alford, Miller * Veal,
N. B. Yard, of Briggs ft Yard, Galveston.
T. C. Jordan, Banker, Dallas, Texas.
Herman Mar-vits, Grocery Merchant, Gal-
Ex-Governor F. R. Lubbock, Galveston.
C. E. Richards, of Richards ft Hawkins,
S. G. Etheridge, of Lee, MoBride ft Co., Gal-
B. R. Davis, of B. B. Davis ft Bro., Galveston.
J. P. DAVIE rresident.
GEO. F. ALFORD .Vice President.
B. B. RICHARDSON^....Secretary.
8. M. WELCH, M. D., Consulting Physician.
LIVE MEN WANTED AS SOLICITORS,
FBANK FAB J,
Fire Insurance Company
173 TREMONT STRiET 1T3
Insures property for any term not exceeding
Dwellings and Isolated Property
T. A. LEMMON
I^EXAS BANKING AND INSUR
-L ANCE COMPANY.
CASH CAPITAL $300,000 OO
THE BANKING DEPARTMENT
Will give particular attention to collections
in the interior of tbe State, and all parta of
the United States, without any uharge except
customary rates of Exchange.
Will buy and sell Gold and Silver, Exchai
on Liverpool, London, New York, New I .
leans, St. Louis, and every important point in
the State of Texas.
Will receive deposits on open aeoount and
issue certificates of deposit, and by special
provision of Its Charter, wlD divide pro rata
among its depositors from one-fourth to one-
half of the net profits of its business.
First-class paper discounted on application
to the Cashier.
THE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT
Will insure property against loss or damage
bf Fire, Marine and Inland Transportation,
charging the lowest rates of Insurance.
U.S. WILLIS .President.
M. QUIN. Vice President.
N. O. LAUVE. Secretary.
ALPHONSE LAUVE Cashier.
S. H. KIMBALL .Asst. Cashier.
WILLIE ft CLEVELAND. Attorneys.
Board of Directors t
R. S. Willis, of P. J. Willis ft Bro.
D. The Avers, of D. The Ayers ft Co.
J. E. Waltis, ot Wallis, Landes ft Co.
F. R. Lubbock, of F. R. Lubbock ft Son.
M. Quin, of Quln ft Hill.
fe. 87 Jemlson* of £oody'£?emisen.
A. C. Baker, Supt. Texas Cotton Press.
Geo. Schneider, of Geo. Schneider ft Co.
T. A. Gary, of &arr ft OUphlnt.
L. Klopman, Jr., of Klopman, Fellman ft Cc.
J. S. Grlnnan, of Grinnan ft Duval.
W. K. McAlpln, of MoAlpin ft Baldridge.
Enoch Morgan's Soils'
is a substitute (or Soap for all Household
purposes except washing clothes.
for cleaning your house will save the labor of
one cleaner. Give it a trial.
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No removing curtains and carpets.
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cleans Paint and Wood, in fact, the entire
house, better than Soap. No slopping. Saves
labor. You can't afford to be without it.
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is better than Soap and Sand (or Polishing
Tinware. Brightens without scratching.
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Polishes Brass and Copper Utensils better
than Acid or Oil and Rotten Stone.
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(or Washing Dishes and Glassware is inval-
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Removes Stains (rom Marble Mantles, Tables
and Statuary; (rom Hard-finished Walls, and
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Removes Stains and Grease from Carpets
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a new and wonderfully effective
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HAND S A P O L I O
as an article for the Bath,
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tint to the skin.
North, East and West.
Houston and Texas Central Raiiwsy.
CHANGE OF TIME.
CONNECTING WITS THS
Missouri, ¥an»a» * Texas Railway,
BED IMYEB CITT.
Givingan ALL-BAIL LIKE to
WON. CHICAGO. CINOiWNA'
ORK. PHILADELPHIA, ST. LOUIS,
WASHINGTON CITY, and all
Prominent Points. North, oast and West.
On and After Sunday, Now. IS, 1873,
WILL BUN AS FOLLOWS:
atSiOO A. H.
Arriving at Austin
7:00 a. m.: Red River
City, 10:90 a.m.; St.
Louis, 8:40 p. m.:
Chicago, 6:80 a. m.;
Louisville, 7.-00 a. m.;
Indianapolis, 3:26 a.
m.: Columbus, Ohio.,
10:36 a. m.; Pittsburg,
6:00 p. m ; Philadel-
phia 7:16 a. m.;
W ashington City,7:8S
a. m.; Baltimore, 8:40
a. m.; New York,
Red River Cit>. 5:00
p. m.; Austin, 10:30 p.
m.; arriving in Hous-
ton, 1:30 p.m.; and
Galveston, 4:30 p. m.
Arriving at Austin
at 6:60 p. m.; Waco,
8:10 p. m.; Red River
City, 7:45 a. m.
Red Rlvsr City at
-7:16 p. m.; (Saturday
excepted), Waco, 7
a. m; Austin, 9:00 a. m;
arriving in Houston,
6:30 p. m.; and Gal-
veston 9:30 p. m.
Pullman Palace-Sleeping Cars
Are attached to Express Trains between
Houston and Austin; and Houston and
Passengers for Waco must take ACCOM-
MODATION TRA^N, leaving Houston at
9:00 A. M. "C \ • V
At Hearne with International Railroad
dally (Sundays sxoepted).
At Dallas and Sherman with Texas and Pa-
ciilo Railway, and El Paso stages for all
points of note in Northern Texas.
At Waco, with dally stages to all points
At Mexia, with line of hacks for Fairfield
and Butler, on Mondays and Thursdays.
At Ledbetter, with dally stage for Lagrange.
At McDade, with dally stage for Bastrop.
At Austin with daily stage for San Marcos,
New BraunfeU, San Antonio and El Paso.
Through Tickets sold at Houston, Austin,
Hempstead, Bryan, Calvert, Waco,Corsicana,
Dallas, McKinney and Sherman, via Red
River City and Galveston, to all points of
note between the Atlahtlc and Pacific oceans,
within the limits of the United States and
Canada. Also, via stage lines to San Antonio,
For Through Rates, apply to Station
Agents, or to
J. Wiito, General Freight and Tloket Ag't.
REAT JACKSON ROUTE.
Departure from New Orleans 5:55
P. M. and 7:50 A. M.
FASTEST TI1SE ON RECORD.
Arrive in St. Louis, Chicago, Louisville, CI 1-
clnnati. New York and all Eastern Cities
6 to 13 Honrs In Advance
of any competing route from New Orleans.
'ST. LOUIS,- 36 hours 20 minutes.
ttm e to . CHICAGO, 60 hours 6 minutes.
LOUISVILLE, 36 hours 15 minutes.
NEW YORK. 68 hours 81 minutes.
NO OTHER LINE CAN MAKE IT AVOIDINu
departure. Only 1Jrum
New Orleans to New York. The first and only
line that has ever offered the benefit of a
Double Dally Line of Pullman Palace Sleep-
ing Cars, with the very latest Improved Luxu-
rious Smoking Saloons connected with each
car. Every train fully equipped with the
Westinjrhouse Air Brake.
Call on WM. BEDELL, Ticket Agent, Cen-
tral Wharf, Galveston and secure room on
shady side of steamer and berths in Pullman
E. D. FROST,
°amcel_ E. Carey, General Passenger and
J. H. SMITH, lien'l Agent for Texas.
^HE LONE STAR ROUTE.
Great Northern Railroad
3 9 O HUES
Completed and In Operation.
THE ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTE
FROM THE GUIJF
MARSHALL, JEFFERSON, SHREVEPORT,
All Points in Northeastern Texas.
On and after Monday. Nov. 17,187!,
AN EXPRESS TRAIN
Saturday exc'pt d
AT 8:00 P. H.
1 For Willis. Waverly,
Phelps, Huntsville, Dodge
Riverside, Trinity, Love-
Palestine, Neches, Jack-
sonville, Troupe, Overton,
Kilgore, Longview, Tyler,
Returning, 'arrives at
Houston at 12:15 A. M.
Making connection at Longview with
Texas and Pacific Railway for Marshall, Jef-
ferson and Shreveport, and at Mineola for
Trains Nos. 3 and 4 will have a coach at-
tached for the accommodation ot way travel
on Houston Division. Train No. 8 leaves
Houston 7:30 A. M. Train No. 4 arrives at
Houston 6:15 P. M,
Connecting at Palestine westward foi
Douglass, Oakwoods, Keechl, Jewett, Mar-
ques, Lake, Englewood and Hearne.
Making olose connections at HEARNE with
Houston and Texas Central Railroad for all
points North and Northeast.
PASSENGERS FROM NEW ORLEANS AND
Going by this Route change cars at the
UNION DEPOT, HOUSTON.
Crockett for Nacogdoches,
at Palestine for Athens, at
Jacksonville for Rusk, at
Overton for Henderson, at
Jewett for Centreville. at
Oakwoeds for Butler and
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Cleanses and Beautifies the skin,
instantly removing any stain or
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face. - •
is without a rival in the world for
curing or preYeating roughness
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HAND S A P O L I O
removes Tar, Pitch, Iron or Ink
Stains and Grease; for workers
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HAND S A P O L I O
costs ten to fifteen oents per
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Don't Fall to Try These Goods.
Soy It or ronr merchant, if he
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not. then write for onr Pamphlet:
"All abont Sapollo," and It will
be mailed free.
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS.
SO PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.
Or 78 Gravier street,
New Orleans, La.
BERING * McNEIL,
No. 73 Tremont street, Galveston,
Agents for Texa
julySODsu- wed-friW eowiy
The Avsry Spiral Knife Stalk Cutter,
The Hawkeye Riding Cultivator,
The Advance Walking Cultivator, -
The Tunnard Cotton Planter,
The Tunnard Corn Planter.
Also a large stock of
Steam Engines* Corn and Wheat Mills,
AND MILL SUPPLIES GENERALLY,
At" very low prises.
OWENS * ENGLISH,
ja7 lm in aad 1M Strand, Galveston.
OT TOR FANCY STYLES—
raws ros oitic*.
Freights received at Houston from con-
necting lines, forwarded promptly.
Claims for loss, damage or overcharge ad-
justed on presentation of proper papers to
General Freight Agent.
For rates or further Information apply to
H. m. HOXIE,
General Freight Agent.
S. SI. MIIiLBSJ
General Ticket Agent.
Houston, Nov. 17,1871. feblD-TW-Wly
ouston and Henderson
Change of Time.
OK iVD inn
MONDAY, NOTESSER 17, 1873,
Trains on the Galveston, Houston and Ben-
der, on Railroad will ran as follows:
Leave ) ARRIVE AT HOUSTON,
MSA. M. ) At 8:45 A. K.
„ Leave 1 ARRIVE. AT HOUSTON,
1:00 P. M. ) At 3:4S P. H.
1:06 P. M. j
M0 A. M.
*:00 p. M.
6:45 P. X.
ARRIVE AT HOUSTON,
At 5:48 P. M.
I ARRIVE AT GALVESTON,
! At 11:15 A M.
| ARRIVE AT GALVESTON,
I At 4:55 P. M.
) ARRIVE AT GALVESTON,
1 At 9:37 P. M.
Passengers for the International and Great
Northern Railroad and the Galveston,
Harrisburg and San Antonio Railroad,
take the 8:15 A. M. train.
For the Houston aad Texas Central Railroad,
take 8:15 A H. aad 1K» P. H.^trains.
The 1:05 P. M. train from Galveston, aad the
8:80 A M. train from Honston, are mixed
trains, and stop at all stations.
On Sundays, Accommodation Train leaves
Galveston at 10:00 A M., aad leaves Hons-
ton, from Union Depot, at 3:90 P. M.
O. m. NICHOLS,
LIMITED. „ -
The following new, first-class, full-powered
Clyde-built Screw Steamships are Intended to
sail r»KUlarlybefweCff NEW ORLEANS and
LIVERPOOL, and GLASGOW and NEW
— — . Flint
- ———/ANIA, SSOOtons register, Boilding
VIRGINIA, 2800 tons register.... Building
GEORGIA, 150U tons register. Building
Return Tickets issued available for TWELVE
MONTHS, at reduced rates, and Through
Tickets to all parts of the United Kingdom
A Stewardess and Surgeon are attaohed to
eaoh steamer; no oharge is made for attend-
ance and medicines
Money-orders granted free of charge.
Prepaid Immigration Tickets issued here to
parties desirous of sending for their friends.
These vessels cross the bar at all times
For freight and passage, Having superior
accommodations, apply to
A K. MILLER & CO.,
20 Carondelet street. New Orleans.
ROSS, SKOIiFIELD & CO., 9 Chapel street,
LEWIS T. MURROW A CO., S5 Great Clyde
street, Glasgow, Head Office and Managers.
Through bills of lading signed to Liverpool,
and tickets issued, by
, FOWLER, AOIKT.
LACK STAR LINE OF PACKETS}.
Will have quick dispatch, loading entire
cargo from wharf.
For freight, apply to
del8Dtf C. W. HURLEY A CO., Agts.
The following first-class ves-
sel Is now on the berth for Liverpool:
American Sblp FREEMAN CLARK
R. BOSWORTH Commander
For freight, apply to
QUNARD STEAMSHIP LINE,
TO AND FROM EUROPE.
J. W. LAWRENCE, OF AUSTIN,
For the Entire State of Texas.
Only first-olass steamers on the line. Infor-
mation given on applisation to the Agent at
Tickets,.first-class, $130 gold: Second-class
980 gold; by steerage, from $80 to 138 cur-
rency. - jali lm
WALTHEW & CO.,
GALVESTON AND NEW YORK.
Regular Weekly Steamship Line.
Consisting of the
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO..Capt. Penningto
CLYDE 11 Kennedy.
CITY OF HOUSTON " Deering.
CITY OF GALVESTON.... " Rowland.
CITY OF AUSTIN " Eldridge.
GEO. W. CLYDE " Cole.
CITY OF DALLAS " Jones.
CITY OF WACO " Bolger.
One of the above named steamships will
leave New York every SATURDAY, and Gal-
veston for New York every TUESDAY, or
sooner If full.
STEAMSHIP CITY OF WACO,
Will saU for New York on 8ATURDAY,
January 17th, 1874.
For freight or passage, apply to
J. N. SAWYER, Agent,
54 Strand, Galveston.
C. H. MALLORY & CO., Agents,
mhl4Dlv 153 Maiden Lane. New York.
TO NEW ORLEANS.
Tla Brashear and Morgan's Louisiana
and Texas Railroad.
The following new and splendid Iron
Stealers leave Galveston as follows:
Steamship WHITNEY, Capt. Forbes, Sun-
day and 'Wednesday, at 2:30 p. m.
steamship JOSEPHINE, Capt. .Lewis, Tues-
Hopkins, Monday and Friday, at2:30 p. a.
Steamship CLINTON, Capt. Tripp, every
Thursday, at 11 a. h.
Carrying passengers, connecting in Nev
Orleans with all routes North, and West.
Tickets Tor New York, Philadelphia, Bal-
timore, St. Louis, Chlcaro and all points
North and West, can be procured at the
MORGAN LINE Ticket Office, Central Wharf.
Morgan Line for Indianola.
Steamship ST. MART, Capt. Staples, every
Saturday, at 4:30 P. M.
Steamship CLINTON, Capt. Tripp, every
Monday, at 4:30 P. m.
Steamship HUTCHINSON, Capt. Talbot,
every Thursday, at 4:30 p. m.
Carrying Mail, Passengers, and Freight,
connecting at Indianola with the Gulf, West-
ern Texas and Pacific Railroad.
Tickets, by this route, for San Antonio,
Gonzales, Seguin, Belmont, Yorktown, Cuero,
Sutherland Spzingsand Lavernia, can be pro-
cured at Morgan Line Ticket Office, Central
NOTICE—Consignees of Freight by all
of the above steamers are notified to remove
same from Wharf before 5 P. M. on the day
of arrival. Otherwiso, the same will be
stored at the risk and expense of consignees.
CHAS. FOWLER, Agent,
oc7D-TW- Wtf Office on Central w^arf.
PETER BRANDT ..Master
REGULAR TRIPS to SABINE PASS
Signing Throngh Bills of Lading to
BEAUMONT, CONCORD, AND BUNNS'
For freight or passage, apply to
ja6 Sm HOBBY & POST, 179 Strand.
pix & BURNEY,
r. a. bubnbt.
ITS STRAND ITS
Star Line New York & Texas Packets
E. M. STACKPOLE, AGENT,
octl9Dly 181 Pearl Street, New York.
And San Antonio Railwaj.
This road is now completed and
RUNNING to SCHULENBERG
28 Miles weat of Columbus, and 107
miles from Harrisbnrg.
Trains leave Harrisburg and Schulenberg
DAILY, making connections at Harrisburg
for Houston and Galveston, and at Weimar,
by stage, FOR SAN ANTONIO, and all West-
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE
Sohulenberg, 6:30 a. u.
Weimar, 7:00 a H
Borden's 7:2i1a. u.
Columbus.... 7:50 a. m.
Alleyton 8:10 a. u
East Lake... 8:50 A m.
W. Bernard. 9:25 A u.
abrivx at harrisburg at two p. h.
E. Bernard,. 9:55 a. u.
Randon 10:35 a. u.
Richmond.. .11:15 a. u.
Walker's.... 12:00 u.
Stafford's... .12:30 p. X.
Junction 1:15 p. K.
On Alternate Days, Going East,
Schulenberg, G.30 a. k. |RIchmond... 12:50 p. u.
Colnmbus, 8:20 a. k.
arrive at harrisbcrq at pock p. x.
ooixq west daily (sundays excepted) leave:
Harrisburg.. .8:30 A M.jColumbua 3:30P. M.
Richmond, 11:16 a. x.
ARRIVE AT 8CHCLENBERO AT 5:50 P. K.
Passengers taking the Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday Trains arrive at Galveston at
4:45 p. M.; arrive at Honston at 8:45 p. 11..
mating connections with ?.he Central Rail-
On alternate days, arrive at Galveston at
t:4t p. H.; arrive at Houston at 6:46 p. M.
GEO. B. NICHOLS,
jalO tf Superintendent.
rHE NEW 8' FACILITIES
FOR JOB PRINTING
Are not surpassed in ths 8outh or West.
DIRECT NAVIGATION COMPANY
^HE NEWS JOB OPTICS HAS
. Tn Latest Sttlss or fin,
Five Steamers, Twenty-two
Barges, Three Tug*.
Reoeive and forward all freight consigned
them at GALVESTON HOUSTON
HARRISBURG and LYNCHBUBG.
All COTTON and other PRODUCE covered to
GALVESTON by their OPEN POLICY
OF INSURANCE, without Ex-
pense to Shipper.
All Losses and Damages Promptly
Adjusted and Paid.
Consign to HOUSTON DIRECT NAVIGA
TION COMPANY from all points Inward and
JOHN 8HEARN, President.
W. J. HUTCHINS, Vloe President.
Direct Navigation Co.'s Boats
at 5 P. M. Daily, Saturday excepted,
SUNDAY at 0 A. M.
Making olose oonectlon with all passenger
trains at Houston and Harrisbnrg.
Fare - - - Cabin, (4, Currency,
Including Meals and Berth.
Fare on Deck ... $2, Cnrrency.
DIANA, CIPT. Christiak.
Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday.
CHARLES; FOWLER, Capt. Oohner,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
Frelgi-t boats with barges, dally.
Goods consigned to this Company are for-
warded promptly, free of commission or dray-
Ta3Dlv J. AIKEN. Agent.
LACK STAR LINE.
Liverpool and Texas Steamship Com*
pany's Steamers i
SAN JACINTO, (1200 tons,) A. C. BURROWS,
SAN ANTONIO, (1200 tons,) JOHN REA, Com-
SAN MAHC >S, (2100 tons,) building.
FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT
Will sail monthly during the season of 1873-4.
Prepaid tickets oan be procured from the
Agents for passage from the following Euro-
pean ports to Galveston, viz: Liverpool,
Bordeaux, Havre. Antwerp, Amsterdam, Rot-
terdam, Hamburg, Bremen, Guttenburg, Co-
penhagen, Christlania. Also, Sight drafts for
£1 sterling, and upward.
C. W. HURLEY A CO., Agents,
C. GRIMSHAW A CO., Agents, Liverpool.
CLASS No. 917. ..
CLASS No. 018....
CLASS No. 919....
CLASS No. 930....
Draws on January 8th
Draws on January 28th
Draws on Febr'y 17th
Draws oa March 9th
Capital Prize $100,000
Second Prize 50,000
Third Prize 25,000
Fourth Prize 10,000
450 Prizes from $5000 to $300 eaqh
Prioe of Whole Tickets, $20, Half Tlokets,
S10; Quarter Tickets, $S. Address all orders
to MANUEL ORRANTIA,
jalDlm 188 Cummon St., New Orleans.
L. D. SINE'S
THE ONLY RELIABLE GIFT DISTRIBU-
TION IN THE COUNTRY.
IN VALUABLE GIFTS!
TO BE DISTRIBUTED IN
Ii. D. SINE'S
16STH REGULAR MONTHLY
TO BE DRAWN
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1874.
TWO GRAND CAPITAL PaiZBfl OP
<5,000 EACH, IN GREENBACKS,
Two Prises, each $1000)
Five Prizes, each 500 >- In Greenbacks*
Ten Prizes, each 100 j
One HORSE and BUGGY, with 3 liver-mount-
ed Harness, worth $600; One Fine Toned
Rosewood PIANO, worth $5&0; Ten
Family Sewing Machines, worth
$100 each; Five Gold Watrhas
and Chains, worth $300
each; Five Gold Amer-
ican Hunting Watch-
es, worth $135 each,
Ten Ladies' Gold Hunting Watohas, worth
1000 GOLD AND SILVER LEVER HUNTING
WATCHES (in all) WORTH FROM
$30 to $300 EACH.
Gold Chains, Silverware, Jewelry. Etc.
Nduber or Gifts 7500.
Tickets Limited to 75,000.
Agents Wanted to Sell Tickets,
TO WHOM LIBERAL PREMIUMS
WILL BE PAID.
Single Tickets, $1; Six Tickets, $5; Twelve
Tickets, $10; Twenty-five Tlokets, $S0.
Circulars containing a full list of prices, a
description of the manner of drawing, and
other Information in reference to the Dls
tributlon, will be sent to any one ordering
them. All letters must be addressed to
Ii. D. SINE, Box 86,
• 11 1 " •
101 W. Fifth street.
Missouri State Lottery.
Legalized by State Authority and
Drawn in Public in St. Louis. „
GRAND SINGLE NUMBER SCHEME
Class A, to be Drawn Jan. 81, 1874.
6880 Prizes amounting to $300,000
1 prize of $50,000
1 prize of
1 prize of
1 prize, of
4 prizes of
4 prizes of
SO prizes ot
SO prizes of
40 prizes of..
COO prizes of
9 prizes of...
9 prizes of...
• prises of...
9 prises of...
86 prises of...
36 prizes of...
180 prizes of...
5000 crises of...
Tickets $10. Half Tickets $5. Qsts. $9 50.
Our lotteries are chartered by ths
State, are always drawn at the time named,
and all drawings are under the supervision of
IST- The official drawing wUi be published
in the St. Louis papers, aca a copy of Draw-
ing sent to purchasers of tickets.
We will draw a similar scheme the last
PRESS. Send for a circular. Address
MURRAY, MILLER * CO.,
Postoffice box 9440, St. Louis, Mo.
raay30D-Fri-Sun-W ed-W ly
H take ^pleasure in Informing my frlenda
and ths public that I have removed my
stock to MY NEW BUILDING,
ON MARKET «T., (North side,)
Between Tremont asd *4th, where I shall M
pleased to meet all order* intrusted to me.
declJDtf MRS. F. GBOTH.
I. C. LEVY.
Dealer In BOOTS and SHOES,
HAS REMOVED TO
Oorner of Twenty-second and Market IHrssts,
(formerly oecupled by D. WenarJ
Where he wlU be pleased to see bis old Cus-
tomers and plenty of new ones.
A Large Assortme
For Men, Women, Misse
GOODS AT FANIG PRICE*.
■ and Children.
AT.RSW8 JOE OFFICE.
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