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THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 188S
THE BAYOU CITY'S BUDGET.
BANK CREDITORS CALLED TOGETHER.
Why They Tied Jeff Salter-City Mail Ser-
vice—Town Notes-Personals-
Minor Matters.
Houston, September 2.—The cotton mar-
ket closed steady. Bales, 746 bales. Quo-
}\ Cations: Ordinary, 61816c; good ordinary,
1 13-16c; low middling, 8 7-16c; middling,
815-16c; good middling, 9« o; middling fair,
8 lM6c.
Visited the Cotton exchange and board of
trade: Hiss A. W. Elliott, New Orleans;
Hiss F. R. Miles, oity; F. M. Poland, city;
Hiss Frank Graham, Waco; Miss Minnie
Taylor, Waco; Hiss Cora Morris, city;
I.ewis T. Tnne, city; B. P. Morris, oity;
Wm. Crotty, Galveston.
meeting of dsp03it0rs.
Soring the past month a few depositors
In the Savings bank have been agitating the
subject of having a meeting of depositors.
Through this agitation a number of deposi-
tors, representing various sums, held a
meeting and decided to make a formal call
for a general gathering of depositors. The
Just what is to be the line of action
of those who meet is not stated in the call.
It is reported that Receiver Dr. Stuart, a
gentleman of high character and probity,
as now on hand over $30,000, which will be
distributed among the depositors during
the coming term of the District Court. Be-
sides holding this money he has posted for
sale all the property of the bank. It will be
knocked down under hammer in a few days,
providing the bidding will justify the sales.
If sold, the proceeds will be added
to the money already on hand and dis-
tributed fairly to all depositors. If the de-
positors desire to assist the receiver, they
«an do so bv resolving to encourage capital-
ists to bid liberally on the line property
that will be sold at auotion. One thing is
certain—the law will have to take its oourse.
the ladies aid society.
The Ladies Aid Society of the McKee
Street church will hold a meeting to-mor-
row (Friday) night at the residence of Mrs.
r. B. George, in the Fifth ward.
witness attached.
Yesterday, by order of Sheriff Fant, Con-
stable John Bolmer, of Precinct No. 2, at
Harrisburg, attached Osey J. Menard, who
Is wanted as a witness at Wallisvllle,
Chambers county, in the case of the State
vs. T. J. Dick, who is under indictment tor
the theft of cattle. Mr. Menard gave bond
ior his appearance before the proper court
on the 6th instant.
left for san marcos.
Judge Gustave Cook left the citv for San
Harcos this morning. He will not return
to the city until next Saturday.
married last n1giit.
Last night, at 8.30 o'clock, the Rev. L. C.
Kellie united in marriage D. A. Middleton
and Miss Dora Owen. The ceremony took
place in the parsonage of the Fifth Ward
Baptist church. Only a few friends of the
parties were witnesses of the affair.
the city mail service.
The total amount of mall matter delivered
and collected in the city, for the month of
August, is as follows:
Delivered—Registered letters, mall let-
ters, mail postal cards, local letters,
local postal cards, and newspapers 124,702
Collected—Mall letters, mail postal cards,
and newspapers 00,695
Total $185,897
why he was tied.
Since Jeff Salter, colored, was knocked
down and tied with a rope a few persons
iiave criticised this action on the part of
the officers. It was just as neoessary to tie
Jeff as it was to knock him down. Whea
Jeff is sober he is a very quiet and peace-
able man. When Jeff is drunk he is not
only powerful, but he is dangerous. He
took possession of a street car and fright-
ened women and children. They jumped
out of the car, and the driver was
forced from his stand. Officers
•were called for. Those who
responded to the call were forced back bv
Jeff, who flourished a brick. Deputy Sheriff
Gaston Ashe arrived upon the scene. He
was asked to assist in the capture of Jeff.
As he advanced upon the negro he was
struck at, and suddenly struck back with
the butt end of a riding whip, partially
stunning Jeff. For the safety of the officers
and also to keep the negro from fighting
and being beaten he was tied and taken to
jail. If Jeff had not been considered a
peaceable colored man when sober the offi-
cers would have used him in a still rougher
manner. His friends should be satisfied
that he got off so lightly.
much ado about nothing.
Considerable excitement was caused
about 9 o'clock by the arrest of Captain
Hike Hennessey. Policeman Credo stepped
up to Hennessey while he was standing; in
front of Usener's and said that he nad
"heard that Hennessey was armed with a
pistol. Hennessey declined to be interfered
■with unless a warrant was produced. As
le said this he stepped inside of Usener's.
Credo was reinforced and followed him in-
side. Hennessey was overpowered and
taken to the station-house, where his pistol
Was locked in the safe. He was released
on a promise to appear before Mayor
Smith at 9 o'clock to-morrow morning.
Hennessey says the arrest was made
through political malice. The police claim
that they are doing their duty. The trouble
grew out of the recent action of the board
of aldermen in taking away from Hennes-
sey's men their police powers.
the waterworks question.
. The city council met in special session
to-night on a call from Mayor Smith, for
the purpose of considering the resolution
passed by the late citizens meeting in the
investigation of the cause of the insuffi-
cient supply of water during the late fire at
the Howard Oil mills.
On motion, the contract of the water-
works with the city was read by City Clerk
Bringhurst.
The council adjourned and held a joint
conference with the citizens committee,
composed of H. 8. Fox, D. P. Shepherd, Dr.
L. A. Bryan and J. M. Cotton. Mayor
Smith was elected chairman of the com-
mittee.
Considerable disctission took place, in
which Dr. Brvan, Alderman Underwood, J.
M. Cotton, Alderman Bering, D. P. Shep-
herd, Alderman Flynn, H. S. Fox and Al-
derman Cronin participated.
Dr. Bryan moved that the city council
meet and appoint a committee to confer
■with the citizens commute, and investigate
the waterworks matter.
Mayor Smith suggested that to investi-
gate lully, and learn whether or not the
-waterworks had furnished an adequate sup-
ply of water, that the committee be com-
posed of two from the citizens committee
and two aldermen. The mayor's sugges-
tions prevailed. Adjourned.
the weather gauge.
The day has been very sultry. At 3
O'clock black clondR came from the north-
west and covered the city. A slight rain-
fall followed. The clouds are leaden and
threatening. The thermometer ranged as
follows:
8 a. m so
9 a, m 8 2
12 m 84
1 p. 88
Sp. 87
no foul play.
Not long ago a man named Pate, of Wil-
low creek, arrived in the city with a'team
and wagon, and a load of cotton. He
brought with him his wife and child. After
selling.the cotton he left the team, wagon,
and wire and child at Macatees, and came
across the bavou accompanied by another
individual. Pate had in his possession
about $100. Since the departure of Pate
and the other party neither has been seen
in the city. The owner of the team and
wagon came to Houston, claimed
lis property, and drove back
With Pate's wife and child. Owing to
Fate's previous conduct in the Willow
Springs settlement, it was believed by his
foully dealt
still alive,
neighbors that he had been
with. It turns out that Pate is .
A gentleman who knows Pate, and who
read in The News of his supposed fate,
wrote to a friend in the city that he saw
Pate at Ayres, a station on the International
and Great Northern railway, on the first
day of August. He also stated that Pate
was a Kentuckianjand not a Tennesseean,
as published by the newspapers when giv-
ing an account of his sudden disappear-
ance.
suit filed.
The following suit was filed in the Dis-
trict Court to-day:
J. J. McKeever, Jr., vs. W. O. Ellis et
al., for wrongfully seizing and converting
to their own use property, real estate and
personal property. The property lies on
Spring creek, and consists of a sawmill,
etc.
the schuetzen verein.
Next Sunday the Schuetzen Verein will
hold its general meeting. At its close
there will be a prize snoot at Merkle's
grove.
real estate transfers.
Wm. J. Cocke to Matthew Williams and
wife, lots 9 and 10, in block No. 282, south
side Buffalo bayou, Improved, for $1400.
Augustus Miller to _Rosina Suter, the un-
S, H. Werlein to L. Megget, lots 6, 7,8,12
and 25x60 feet off of rear end of lot 11, in
block No. 282, south side Buffalo bayou, for
$1300.
J. M. Sam to H. N. McElrov, all interest
in block 9, Chapman's third addition, north
side Buffalo bayou, for $50.
justice breeding's court.
Patience Kuffln, disturbing the peace; $5
and costs.
John Weis, rudely displaying a pistol: $5
and costs.
John Weis, assault with intent to murder;
dismissed.
F. Stein vs. A. Silberstein, forcible de-
tainer; contlnned until Monday.
justice li,.iljjv's court.
Willis Yell, rudely delaying a weapon;
$1 and costs.
Frank Glover, obscene language; dis-
missed.
mayor smith's court.
Thomas Mulhern, drunk and down; dis-
missed.
notes of the town.
Wholesale and other business houses did
a rushing business yesterday.
Tomorrow (Friday) night, at the resi-
dence of F. C.Wagner, on the corner of
Pease and Austin streets, the Merry Con-
cert club will give a dance.
Emil Clede, accidentally shot in the
nose yesterday, in Victoria, is a brother of
J. J. Clede, of this city, Emil formerly
lived here.
The Light Guard members have not yet
determined where they will locate their
armory. It will no doubt be fitted up in
club-house style. Heretofore the company
has occupied the eallery of the Armory hall
for an armory. It was not arranged for
social gatherings.
personal.
Ed Lelaup. superintendent of the Balti-
more and Ohio Telegraph company, was
in town from Galveston to-day.
G. J. Oooch returned from Dallas this
morning.
W. L, Wheeler, of Victoria, is quartered
at the Hutchins.
R. A. Brown and A.Breyer, of Galveston,
were among the Hutchins arrivals to-day.
T. J. Lewis, of Austin, is booked at the
Hutchins.
G. W. Kidd, of Beaumont, is registered
at the Hutchins.
W. L. Dunlap, of Fort Bend, is at the
Hutchins.
O. P. Murray, T. A. Murray and Oscar
Williams, of San Saba, are quartered at
the Capitol.
J. T. Murphy is at the Capitol from Dal-
las.
E. G. Gray, of New Orleans, is stopping
at the Capitol.
W. S. Rigsby, of Beaumont, is among the
Capitol guests.
Mrs. ualareto Piazzine, Galveston; Miss
Mamie Dawson, Corsicana; W. G. Buching-
ham, Miss Clara Buckingham, Chappel
Hill; C. Piazzfne, San Antonio; G. R, Wil-
son. Huntsville: M.C.Johnson, Trinidad;
M.B.Adams, New Orleans; J. Wise, St.
Louis; P. Wolff, Galveston; F. W. Hunter,
Palestine; C. G. Jaqua, Cisco; Miss Dedie
Goodwin, Columbus; Miss Ella V.LeTulle,
Weimer; Mrs. Ed Williams, Mexico; T. L.
Nicewamer, Galveston; P. A. Vahey,
Lafayette; H. O. Lynch, Nebraska; Mrs. A.
C. Caswell and family, Miss Emma Cas-
well, Miss Sadie Caswell, Beaumont; Mrs.
B. Milton, San Antonio, are at the Hutch-
ins.
D. G. Duffy, St. Louis; W. J. Burke, Gal-
veston; S. A. Brown, J. S. Seymour, New
Orleans; O. L. Brown, St. Louis: Sol Kahn,
Atlanta. Ga.; D. F. Kirk, Schulenburg; J.
R. Williams, St. Louis: Ben Durham, New
York; George Tyng, Victoria; Thomas H.
Boyd and sister. Temple: S. C. Hargis,
Dallas; Mrs. E. McCormick, Galveston; 8.
E. Uttey, San Antonio; H. C. Prickett, M.
Stoval, Terrell; E. M. Brown, St. Louis; H.
Anglin, Austin; L. 8. Marmeon, Wharton:
E. D. A. Bush, Chicago; E. T. Murchinson,
Terrell, are at the Capitol.
Extending Their Lines.
The Texas Express company has com-
menced service ou the Kansas and Gulf
Short Line railroad, and established offices
at the following points, viz: Alto, Bullard,
Lufkin and Rusk.
COLEMAN.
Central Texas Presbytery—An Estimable Lady's
Death—Crop Conditions.
Coleman, September 2.—The Central
Texas Presbytery of the Bouthern Presby-
terian church, met here this morning and
was opened by Rev. L. Tennev, the retiring
moderator, in an able sermon, after which
the presbytery elected Dr. R. L. Dabney, of
the State university, as moderator. The
attendance is small, but from the reports of
the different churches it appears they are
in a good spiritual condition. Dr. R. K.
Smoot, of Austin, is here in attendance at
the presbytery. Dr. King, of Waco, is ex-
pected to-night. Our people are expecting
an intellectual treat from the preaching, as
all the members are intelligent and highly
educated men.
Miss Evie Perry, daughter of W. C. Perry,
one of our most worthy and popular citi-
zens, died this evening. She was univer-
sally beloved and respected, and her death
has cast a gloom over our town.
Donations for the needy of our county are
coming, and being distributed by the county
treasurer.
Wheat and other small grain, planted
since the rains, are coming up, and farmers
say that stock will winter well on the green
mesquite grass. The creeks are full of
water, and stock of all kinds doing well.
Mexican Items.
El Partido Liberal published the sentence
in full of the deserters of the San Lucas
hospital. One of them, Private Augustin
Flores, was condemned to death, and Pri-
vates Catarlno Nunez and Pedro de Jesus
are to suffer ten years imprisonment.
A band of highwaymen, under the com-
mand of Mauricio Cruz, was defeated on
the 8th instant at San Antonio Mojines,
Nuevo Leon, by the federal troops. The
bandits had eleven killed, while the govern-
ment troops suffered a loss of five men,
among them Lieutenant Alberto Morales.
Four of the fleeing bandits were oaptured,
and were to be tried and shot on the spot.
Some explorers are said to have discover-
ed about sixty miles from Magdalena, So-
nera, a virgin forest wherein tney found a
pyramid having a base of 4350 square feet
and a heighth of 750 feet, which makes it
double of the celebrated Cheops pyramid.
The top may be reached In a carriage,
along a spiral-shaped road. The exterior
shaped walls are said to be made of granite,
perfectly put together. Not far from that
monument is a small mound, the Interior
whereof contains hundreds of rooms from
ten to fifteen feet long by five to ten wide.
These rooms have no windows or doors, but
entrance therein is effected through the top.
Their walls are covered over with paintings
and hieroglyphics. Some stone utensils
have been found within these rooms.
The Two Republics says: There will no
doubt be very many people who consider
the liberation of Cutting by the Supreme
Court at Chihuahua as a backdown, but,
strange as it may seem to hot-headed ob-
servers, the decision of the Chihuahua Su-
preme Court is in strict conformity with
the law ruling in Chihuahua, and another
proof of the care with which the Mexican
authorities observe their own laws.
The Spanish minister to Mexico has been
instructed by his government to closely
watch the progress of the Cutting case on
account of the question of extra territorial
jurisdiction involved.
The Brownsville (Tex.) Cosmopolitan
says: " It seems to us somewhat remark-
able that the Mexican government does not
fend a sufficient force at once to this fron-
tier to stamp out the few revolutionists,
and bandits masquerading under the guise
of revolutionists, who are molesting the
northern part of Tamaulipas and Nuevo
Leon. There are not over 300 or 400 men in
arms against the government all to-
gether, and a little active work would
soon restore peace. These disorders on
the frontier States do much to weaken the
prestige of the government at home and
abroad
lity. 1
boldly say that the government can not
and give an idea that it lacks stabi-
lity. Prominent revolutionary agitators
stand, and that by February Diaz will be
driven out of the capital, and that the troops
can not cope with the revolution, which is
constantly on the Increase. The move,
though not of much moment, greatly In-
jures our business and should be stamped
out at once."
The Matamoros Cronista savs that 250
recruits for the Fourth Infantry will soon
arrive,
The City of Mexico Two Republics savs:
" nortaiity for tne weekended
„ mprised 239 deaths.
A rich opal deposit has been discovered
in the Astillero hill, Tlaloujahua, Michoa-
can.
The Spanish residents of the republic are
subscribing liberally to a fund wnloh Is to
be devoted io the purchase of a man-of-war
to the Spanish government. The subscrip-
tion lists already foot up to the sum of $48,-
527.
Tie American minister publishes in the
Two Republics a notice to Americans that
foreigners who have acquired real estate,
or have had children born to them within
the republic, will be considered by the Mex-
ican government as Mexioan citizens, un-
less they officially declare their intention
to retain their own nationality, and to that
effect obtain from the department of for-
eign affairs a certificate of nationality on or
before December 4,1886.
The Two Republics says: It is very unfor-
tunate that most Americans who get them-
selves into trouble with the Mexican
authorities and become the object of inter-
national issues are no credit to American
citizenship, and owe their misfortunes to a
total disregard of the laws and customs of
Mexico. The Americans residing in the
City of Mexico are as patriotio as any
Americans to be found north of tne Rio
Grande, but at the same time their resi-
dence among Mexicans has taught them to
respect the laws and customs of Mexico and
to get rid of the ridiculous idea rampant
among a cer.'.t'n class of northern editors
that Mexico is in a state of anarchy and
semi-barbarism.
Three doses Red Star Cough Cure cured
my cold.—Mr. H. Maddock, Detroit, Mich.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
AT GALVESTON,
IN THE STATE OF TEXAS,
at the close ot business,
AUGUST 27, 1886.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts $700,105 08
Overdrafts 240 22
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 50,000 00
U. S. Bonds to secure deposits 75,000 00
Due from approved reserve agents... 17,304 53
Due from otlier National banks 21,094 72
Due from state banks and bankers... 3,924 00
Keal estate, furniture andflxtures... 10,000 00
Current expenses and taxes paid 1,781 30
Checks and other cash items 19,770 79
Bills of other banks 28,180 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels
and cents 731 05
Specie 34,991 50
Legal tender notes 33,874 00
Redemption fund with United States
treasurer <fi% of circulation) 2,250 00
Total $1,029,247 19
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in $300,000 00
Surplus fund 60,000 00
Undivided profits 76,188 62
National bank notes outstanding 45,000 00
Dividends unpaid 636 00
Individual deposits subject to cheek. 270,043 87
Demand certificates of deposit 9,605 12
United States deposits 60,651 01
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers... 7,783 58
Due to other National banks 66,483 09
Due to state banks and bankers 27,919 00
Notes and bills re-discounted 106,936 30
Total $1,029,247 19
State of Texas, County of Galveston, ss:
I, J. E. BEISSNER, cashier of the above-named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above state-
ment is true, to the best of my knowledge and
belief. J. E. BEISSNER, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 2d
day of September, 1886.
WM. R. JOHNSON,
Notary Public for Galveston county, Tex.
CoiTCCt—Attest:
GUST. IIEYE
JULIUS WEBER
ALB. WEIS,
•I
Directors.
Proposal for Building at San
Antonio, Texas.
headquarters depabtment of tews,)
Or hoe of chief quartermasteh, >
• ■ - - ■ -,1886.)
San Antonio, Tex., August 31.
SEALED PROPOSALS, in triplicate, subject
to usual conditions, will be received at this
office until 12 o'clock, noon, on the 30th day of
September, 1886, at which time and place they
will be opened in the presence of attending
bidders, for the construction, at San Antonio,
Texas, of twelve buildings, according to plans
and specifications to be seen at this office.
Blank proposals and circulars giving full In
ftructlons as to manner of bidding and terms
ofrontract can be had on application.
[•contract can be had on application.
The government reserves the right to reject
ly or all proposals and to waive defects.
Envelopes containing proposals should be
marked: " Proposals for Construction at San
Antonio, Texas," and addressed to the under-
signed. A. J. McGONNIdLE,
Quartermaster, U. S. Army,
Chief Quartermaster.
wanted;
5 O
TO WOBK ON NEW
STATE CAPITOL BUILDING,
AT AUSTIN, TEX.
Wages, $1 50 to $2 Per Day.
Washing freely with Glenn's SuLPnuu Soap
parts affected with skin diseases which have
usually been dressed with offensive sulphur
ointments, will effect a certain cure without
leaving behind any disgusting odor. Of all
druggists.
Hiil'i Hair & Whisker Dye, Black or Brown, 80c.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN that the power of attor-
ney of Mr. A. Bornefeld has been withdrawn,
and that
MR. FRIEDR. FRISCH
will sign for onr Galveston firm by procura-
tion.
STRAUSS A CO.
^Liverpool, 15th August, 1886.
Removed to 110 and 112 Strand, next
to J. S Brown Hardware Compauy:
GEO. M. STEIRER & CO.,
Storage, Drayage. Moving of Machinery, Safes
and Merchandise carefully and promptly at-
tended to.
Notioe—A meeting of the stockholders of
the SILVER TWIG CONSOLIDATED MINING
COMPANY.will bo held at 54 Stiand, SEPTEM
BEU 6,1886, at 5 p. m., to arrango for the fur
tlier development of the company's property.
HAMPTON YOUNG, Secretary-
JsroTxaiHJ.
The Galveston Gas Company
All orders or complaints, to receive promo*
attention, should be left at the office of the
Company, In the brick building on
Market Street! Between S4th and 85th Street*.
Between the hour of 8 and 12 o'clock a, m,
AUG. BUTTLAU, Secretary
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED BY TIIE
Commissioners Court of Polk countv for the
building of a
Jail Building at Livingston, Tex.,
until 12 o'clock noon, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
lc, 1886. All pioposals must be filed with the
County Clerk, and must be accoinpaaled with
a certified check of $300, payablo to F. F. Meece,
Countv Judge, conditioned that the bidder will
furnish a satisfactory bond and enter Into con-
ti act within ten days, should the contract bo
awarded to lilm.
The plans and specifications can be seen at
the office of the County Clerk, at Livingston,
i r ut the office of Eugene T. Heluer, architect,
Houston.
The right is reserved to reject any t>r all pro-
posals.
By order of the Commissioners Court.
F. F. MEECE,
Countv Judge, Polk County.
COTTON FACTORS.
jho. d. booeks. j. a. bobbkmob
JNO. D. SOGERS & CO.,
COTTON FACTORS
and
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
GALVESTON. TEX.
E. s. jemison,
New York.
T. J. Gaooa
Galveston.
JEMISON, GR0CE & CO.,
COTTON FACTORS
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
GALVESTON. TEX.
LAMMERS & FLINT,
COTTON FACTORS
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
STRAND GALVESTON.
1MB 4 m
WHOLESALE
GROCERS
AND
We call especial attention to our
Candy Department. Our Fall Stock
will be the Most Complete Assortment
of Confections ever offered in the
State.
As we manufacture only PURE
CANDY and put it up FULL WEIGHT
we are confident our goods will give
satisfaction wherever used, and con-
sidering WEIGHT and QUALITY, as
low in price as any in the United
States.
1. batto k i
159, 161 and 163 Strand,
GALVESTON, TEX.
STATE AGENTS FOR
Carolina Tulu Tonic.
"^/"ITHIN THE REACH OF ALL,
SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS FOR SIX MONTIIS1
Delay not. Keep posted as to the markets
full and accurate reports In each Issue of The
Weekly News.
AUCTION SALES.
S. M. FENLAND & CO.,
AUCTIONEERS ft COMMISSI * MSECHAHXI
200 ant 804 Strand.
SCHOONER ELLA ELLIOT.
E WILL SELL ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER
6, at 10 o'clock, on Ivulm wharf:
Two Boats, Running Rigging, Blocks,
Sails, Etc.,
taken lrom the schooner Ella Elliot.
Immediately after the above we will sell the
wreck, as she now lies at San Luis pass, In-
cluding Masts, Jlbboom, Bowsprit, Anchors,
Chains, etc.
By order J. MOLLER A CO., Agents.
S. M. FENLAND & CO.,
Auctioneera.
Trustee Sale of Land.
IN pursuance of the terms and requirements
of the deed of trutt executed by J. L. Bel-
beze, recorded in the office of the clerk of the
county court of Galveston county, state of
Texas, in book 68, on page 236 thereof, I will
sell the said property conveyed to me in trust
by said instrument, in order to pay off and
satisfy, so far as can be done out of the pro-
ceeds of sale, the claim that was secured to be
paid by said deed of trust, to wit ■ All those
certain lots of ground in the city of Galveston
as described on the map of said city, and In
said deed of trust, as lots number two (2),
three (8), four (4), live (6) and six (6) In the
northeast and northwest quarters of the north-
east block of outlot nam bored ninety-live 015),
together with all the Improvements thereon.
Sale to take place on SATURDAY, the
eleventh (11th) day ot September, A.
D., 1886, at or about 12 m. of that
day, In front of the conrt-houso door of Gal
veston county. Terms, cash, to the high-
est and best bidder. The amount to be paid
out of the proceeds of sale Is one thousand
dollars, with Interest from date of advertise-
ment, and costs of sale. I will make the sale
and conveyance under the said deed of trust,
soiecorded as aforesaid, and will glvo sueh
title as will thus pass, to the purchaser.
N'. WEKKKS, Truateo.
Public Sale.
Houston, Tkxas, August 1,1886.
By virtue of an order or decree of the Dis-
trict Court of Harris County, Texas, made at
the last March term thereof, authorizing and
empowering me, as RECEIVER OK THK
RAILROAD, REAL ESTATE, BUILDING AND
SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF TEXAS, to sell
all the real estate, stocks and bonds of said
Association, subject to confirmation by said
court, I will sell the hereinafter described real
estate, stocks and bonds, at public sale for
cash, at the Court House door of Harris
county, in the city of Houston, ou the
FIRST TUESDAY IN SEPTEMBER, 1336,
to-wlt?
Lot 5 and half of lot 4, block 14, S. 8. B. B.
city of Houston.
Lots 1,2, 6, 8,», 10, 11 and 12, In block 22, and
Improvements, Houston.
Lots 1, 2, 3, 6, 7,8,9, 10, 11 and 12, in block
219, S. S. B. B., Houston.
Lots 3, 4 and 6, in block 505, S. 9. B. B., Hous-
ton.
Block 423, S. S. B. B„ Houston.
Lots 4, 5, 6, 7,8, fl, 10,11, half of 3 and half of
12, block 405, S. 8. B. B., Houston.
50 by 100 feet In block 68, with two-story
brick building, Houston.
Lots 8 and », part of 11 and 12, block 130, S. S.
B. B.,Houston.
Quarter block 159, with two cottages, S. S
B. B., Houston.
Fractional part of 5 lots In block 283, with
two story residence, known as the Shelton
place, Houston.
Lots 2,4,6,7,8,9, 11 and 12, block 398, S. S. B.
B.. Houston.
Blocks Nos. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,12, 14, 15, 16, 70, 71, 72,
73, 74, 75, 76,77 and 78, Turner addition, to the
city of Houston.
BX acres, subdivision of lot G, Obadlonco
Smith survey, Houston.
Block 1, subdivision lot 16, O. Smith survey.
13>„' acres, O. Smith survey, Houston.
720 acres Turner tract, Harris countv
1613 acres Amos Barbour survey, Harris
countv.
620 acres A. C, Reynolds league, Harris
county.
One-third interest In the W. B. Walker tract,
city of Houston.
41 acres, lot 30, D. S. Smith survey, Harris
county.
Lots 17,18 and 19, block 11, in the town of
Round Rock.
820 acres, Eli Dial, In Brown county.
S20 acres, E. McNeese, in Eastland county.
200 acres In Limestone county.
640 acres, Francesco Acosta, In San Jacinto
county.
1280 acres, J. J. and A. J. Dull, Pccos county.
Also the following stocks, to wit:
19 shares Mcllhcnny Co. stock, par value $500
per share.
28 shares Houston City Street Railway Co.,
par value $25 per share.
30 shares Houston Electric Light Co., par
value $100 per sliaie.
1 share Young Men's Real Rstate and Build-
ing Association, par value $600.
1 share Houston Cotton Exchange and Board
of Trade.
All sales will be made subject to confirma-
tion by the District Court of Harris County,
Texas, and a deposit of twenty live per cent-
um of the amount bid will be required to se-
cure each bid, which will be forfeited If the bid
is not compiled with after confirmation by
said court, and will be returned to bidder if
sale be not confirmed.
D. F. STUART,
RECEIVER.
HOUSTON ADVERTISEMENTS.
KING IRON BRIDGE COMP'Y
CLEVELAND, OHIO.
Wronght Iron Bridget:,
.Combination Bridges.
OLIVER & ALEXANDER,
General Agents, Houston, Tex.
E. P. TURNER,
Attorney and Counselor at Lav,
No. 30 Congress Street, Houston, Tex.
Practices In the State Courts at Houston;
Supreme, Appellate and District Courts at Gal-
veston.
DR. M. PERL,
General Practitioner,
HOUSTON, TEXAS.
LABADIE
Is selling this week Four and Six Quart l»ro
serving Kettles at only 10 Cents Each.
We have Just received per Brig Belle of the
Bay, Crockery that we are selling
verv low.
Parties seeking Bargains would do well to give
us a call. We are selling very cheup
In order to make room
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Our Ten-Cent. Counter embraces several Une3
such as
TINWARE, WOODWAItE,
OLASSWARE, CROCKERY,
BASKETS,
and many things that are absolutely neces
sary in furnishing a house.
L-A-IDIES, C-A-XjIL..
E. O. lwch.
albert behrends.
LYNCH & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND
GENERAL GRAIN DEALERS,
Galveston, Tex.
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