The Galveston Daily News. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 171, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 10, 1893 Page: 4 of 16
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THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1893.
Will Be Closed Monday
UNTIL 6 P. 1. OH ACCOUNT OF HOLIDAY.
ON CENTER STREET ONLY.
Will Be Closed Monday
UNTIL 6 P. M. ON ACCOUNT OF HOLIDAY.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Misses', Youths' and Boys' Shoes of
the very best manufacture.
Boys' Clothing from 75c a Knee Suit
GOSSAMERS, RUBBERS, Etc
Fast Black Ribbed Hose, double knee,
double sole and double toe, 25 cents a
Just received a New Shipment of
Dress Goods, Etc.
Elegant line of Fall and Winter Dress
Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices.
Chenille Portieres and Covers
Everything Greatly Reduced.
S. C. CORSETS.
Complete line. The Best in the Mar-
ket. All Extra Long Waists.
Yon Can Haye a Pair 0130 Days' Trial
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Blankets and Comforters in endless
414, 416, 418 and 420 "ill A TV/Tf^TTQ" 414, 416, 418 and
CENTER ST. JU UlTlV U k) CENTER ST.
VACATION NEARLY OVER.
ANNOUNCEMENT OF OPENING EXAM-
INATIONS 01 PUPILS,
Assignment of Teachers for the New Term
in the Publio Schools—Division
of School Districts.
All the public schools of the city will
open on next Friday morning1, September
15, at 9 o'clock.
The grades and classes will be organized
and lessons will be assigned Friday morn-
New pupils entering the Galveston public
schools for the first time must be ac-
companied by a parent or guardian to the
school building of the district In which
the parent resides.
The school districts are as follows:
I. Or Rosenberg district includes all of
the city east of Sixteenth street.
II. Or K district includes all the territory
between Slxteeenth and Twenty-fourth
III. Or L district includes the territory
between Twenty-fourth and Thirty-fourth
IV. Or West Broadway district includes
all the territory west of Thirty-fourth
All eighth grades pupils will attend the
Ball school. All high seventh grade pupils
residing In the second or K district, that
Is between Sixteenth and Twenty-fourth
streets, will attend the Ball school.
All white high school pupils will attend
the Ball high school.
Sixth and seventh grade pupils residing in
the fourth or West Broadway district, that
is. west of Thirty-fourth street, will at-
tend the third district or L school.
The following changes in the assignment
of teachers announced July 9 last are made
necessary by resignations and the condition
©t the Bath avenue building:
Principal Ransom, Miss Norton and Miss
Beal are assigned rooms on the lower floor,
south end ol' the Bail school building.
Pupils of high seventh and low eighth
grades previously assigned to the Bath
avenue school will report to Mr. Ransom.
Misses Batts, Thornton and Beebe will
have afternoon grade in the second dis-
trict school as follows:
Miss Batts, low first; Miss Thornton,
high first; Miss Beebe. low second.
Miss Buhrnan is assigned to the low
sixth in the second district school.
No assignment will be made to the place
made vacant In the West Broadway school
by the resignation of Miss Sanford until
necessity therefor becomes manifest.
With the exceptions noted above, the as-
signment announced July 9 remains un-
FOR THE COLORED SCHOOLS
the districts are as follows:
East district Includes the territory east
of Tremont street.
West district includes the territory west
of Tremont street.
The central school district includes the
entire city for all pupils above the high
The examinations of pupils entering for
the first time, as well us of pupils who
lulled of promotion on account of deficiency
in a single study, will be held on Friday
and Saturday next, September 15 and 10,
at all the school buildings. But pupils
who have failed to attain the general
average for promotion as well as those
who desire to "skip a grade" must procure
an order from the superintendent before
they can be examined. The examinations
In the several buildings will be conducted
by the principals, aided as far as need be
by all the teachers.
. Parents are urged to lose no time In en-
tering their children. A few days' delay
at the opening may mean failure for the
The following is the assignment an-
nounced July 9 with corrections according
BALL HIGH SCHOOL.
Principal: John W. Hopkins.
Classics: F. A. Hansieln.
Science: L. D. Borden.
Mathematics: P. H. Underwood.
Modern languages: J. C. Richardson.
History and civics: G. E. Folk.
English: Miss Lucy Quarles.
English giades: Miss Willie Traynharn
and Annie B. Hill.
ROSENBERG FREE SCHOOL.
Principal: W. D Stearns.
Vice principal: MUs Mary I. Walker.
Low first grades: Misses Mary I. Walker
and Anna Howard.
High first grade: Miss Lucy Campbell.
Low second grades: Misses Feist and
H!"h second grade: Miss Tierney.
L$v third grades: Miss Johnson and
High third grade: Mrs. Campbell.
Low fourth grade: Miss Hcughton.
High fourth grade: Miss Byrne.
Low fifth grade: Miss Alice Danelly.
High fifth grade: .Mrs. Gallagher.
Low sixth, high sixth, low seventh and
high seventh grades: Mrs. Danelly, Misses
Riggs, Farrell and Helen Danelly.
The work in the sixth and seventh
grades will be specialized in the Rosen-
berg school as follows:
Science: Principal Stearns.
Arithmetic and geometry: Miss Riggs.
Reading, spelling and literature: Miss
Geography and history: Mrs. Danelly.
Language and drawing: Miss Helen Dan-
Eighth grade pupils residing in the Ros-
enberg school district, that is, east of Six-
teenth street, Will go to the Ball school.
SECOND DISTRICT SCHOOL.
Principal: Mrs. Beebe.
Vice principal: Miss Austin.
Low first grade: Miss Austin.
High first grade: Mrs. Williams.,
Low second grade: Miss Maher.
High second grade: Miss Levy.
Low third grade: Miss Grigg.
High third grade: Miss Irwin.
Low fourth grade: Miss Park.
High fourth grade: Miss Waterhouse.
Low fifth A: Miss M. L. Robinson.
Low fifth B: Miss Archer.
High fifth grade: Miss Martin.
Low and high sixth and low seventh
grades: Mr. H. W. South, Miss A. E.
Robinson and Miss Lucy Arnold.
THIRD DISTRICT SCHOOL.
Principal: J. M. Fendlev.
Vice principal: To be supplied.
Low first grade: Miss Kate R. Kauffman.
High first grade: Miss Hallle L. Saund-
Low second grade: Miss Thompson.
High second grade: Mrs. Sturgis.
Low third grade: Miss Davison.
High third grade: Miss S. Campbell.
Low fourth grade: Mrs. McDonough.
High fourth grade: Miss Ella Erhard.
Low filth grade: Miss Hettie Kautfman.
High fifth grade: Miss Clothier.
Low sixth, high sixth, low seventh and
high seventh grades: Mrs. Bondies, Miss
Theresa Erhard and Miss Owen.
FOURTH DISTRICT SCHOOL.
Principal: E. S. Llttlejohn.
ViCv? principal: Mrs. Poole.
Low first grades: Mrs. Rembert.
High first grade: Miss Ella Fisher.
Low second grade: Misses Cameron and
High second grade: Miss Parker.
Low third grades: Misses Languille and
High third grade: Miss Jennie Howard.
Low fourth grade: Miss Braman.
High fourth grade: Miss Irene Saunders.
Low fifth grade: Miss Bell.
High fifth grade: Mrs. Poole.
CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL-COLORED.
Principal: J. R. Gibson.
Science and German: Principal Gibson.
Mathematics: W. D. Donnell.
Language: Miss Bowers.
Eighth grades: E. R. McDade.
Seventh grades: Miss Van Horn.
Sixth grades: Miss H. Rowe. subject to
examinations for grammar school certifi-
EAST DISTRICT SCHOOL-COLORED.
Principal: W. N. Cummin^s.
Low first grade: Mrs. Mabson.
High first grade: Miss N. Rowe.
Low second grade: Miss Daniels.
High second grade: Miss Williams.
Low third grade: Miss Granger.
High third grade: Mr. Cort.
Low and high fourth grades: Mr. Scull.
Low fifth grade: Miss Scull.
High fifth grade. Principal Cummings.
WEST DISTRICT SCHOOL.
Principal: F. J. Webb.
Low first grade: Miss Whittelsey.
High first grade: Mr. Hamilton.
Low second grade: Mr. Watson.
High second1 grade: Miss Ennis.
Low third grade: Miss Richards.
High third grade; Mr. Campbell.
Low and high fourth grades: Mr.
Low fifth grade: Miss Holujt'S.
High fifth grade: Principal Webb. :
Rioh and sparkling California Wines.
The great revivifier of drooping spirits.
Chas. Roberts, Twenty-second and Church,
carries a full stock of the finest t>ra«ids.
Fine case Wines a specialty.
Fakes are not in it. School books, whole-
sale prices at retail. J. E. MASON.
Lower than the lowe3t. F. J. Finnk & Co.
United States Circuit Court.
In the cause of the Omaha and South
Texas land company vs. Mllby & Dow et
al. H. C. Cook of Galveston files Interven-
tion for balance due on account, amount-
ing to $3048 82.
Marsene Johnson, recorder.
The following fines were assessed In the
recorder's court yesterday:
Paul Donahue, disorderly conduct; $5.
Fannie Collins, disorderly conduct; $">.
Charles Bera, charged with an assault
with Intent to murder, was bound over to
the grand jury in J3u0.
THE DEATH LIST.
Following is the death list for the week
ending September 8, as reported by City
Health Officer Fisher:
September 1: Thomas Davis, aged 9
weeks, male, white; pulmonary catarrh,
infant of S. Slaughter, aged 7 days, male,
colored; trismus. Frank Thomas, aged 25
years, male, colored; rupture of spleen.
Ellen Ross, aged 49 years, female, col-
ored; chronic nephritis. Wm. R. Anen-
bach, aged 70 years, male, white; exhaus-
tion. Eugene Pepps, aged 9 years, male,
September 2: Infant of James Mullen,
September 3: Emma Hamburg, aged 14
years, female, white; collapse. Infant of
Mr. Bradshaw, aged 15 days, female,
September 5: Infant of Robert McKln-
n^v, male, colored; congestion of the brain.
September 6: Clause Welhousen, aged 49
years, male, white; heart failure.
September 8: Cornelle Hawkins, aged 2
years, female, colored; inanition. Mrs. C.
I. Honsoket. aged 29 years, female, white;
Annual death rate per 1000 for we<*k
The following marriage licenses have
been granted by the county clerk during
the past week:
Henry W. Barnes and Miss Amanda D.
A. Johnson and Miss Frederlcke West-
R. W. Selpel and Minerva Howard.
Edward Fields and Miss Paulina Bender.
Samuel Shorralter and Miss Jessie Malbel
William Jackson and Miss Caroline
Thomas G. Croft and Miss Adele M.
F. H. Bruno and Miss E. A. Roempke.
Gustave Wachleke and Miss Nora Kerk-
FROM THE GULF TO THE LAKES.
Go via the M., K. and T. railway
(the Katy) to Chicago, St. Louis, Kan-
sas City and all points east, west and
north. Absolutely the only line running
solid vestibuled trains of free parlor
chair cars and Wagner buffet sleepers
between Galveston and above points via
Houston, Waco, Fort Worth and Dallas.
Quickest time, best service and accomo-
dations via the Katy. All information
cheerfully given on application to
W. G. CRUSH,
G. P. and T. A.,
TOM REED AND ROGER Q. MILLS
represent the two sides of the tariff ques-
tion, but Ike Meyer & Co. represent both
merchant tailoring and men's furnishing in
Galveston. Even If you don't want to buy,
it will give you pleasure to look over their
large and varied assortment of imported
woolens for fall and winter wear and their
elegant stock of men's furnishing goods.
No. 420 Tremont, bet. Market and P. O.
While others make a failure of the Cal-
ifornia Wine trade, why Is It Chas. Rob-
erts, the grocer, makes a success? The
reason Is simply this: He handles a first
class article and never attempts to work
off an Inferior grade on his trade.
Fine case Wines a specialty.
THE PRINCE OF INDIA,
By author of Ben Hur, two volumes; price,
$2.50 postpaid, order of W. J. Hancock,
Jr., bookseller, Houston.
DON'T BE DECEIVED
With list sent to you by fakes. They are
not in it. Tne old reliable holds the lead.
Prices are down to rock bottom at
J. E. MASON'S.
Trinity church, Winnie and Twenty-second
streets; holy communion all Sunday9 and
other holy days at 7 a. m. Morning prayer
and sermon at 11 o'clock. Even song and
.sermon at 7.30 p. rn. Baptism of children
second Sunday in the month at 3.30 p. m.
Sunday school and Bible class at 9.30 a.
m. We do all we can to make people feel
welcome at Trinity church.
Trinity chapel, East Mission, avenue L and
Fifteenth street. Sunday school at 9.30
a. m. Service every Friday at 8 p. m.
Trinity chapel, North Mission, Mechanic
and Eleventh streets; Sunday school at
9.H0 a. m. Even song and sermon every
Sunday at 5.30 p. m. Service and lecture
every Wednesday at 8 p. m.
Grace church, avenue L and Thirty-sixth
street. Divine services on Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7.30 p. m.; Fridays at 5 p. m.
Holy communion every first Sunday of
each month. Sunday school at 9.30 a. m.
Baptism of children at 3 p. m. Sundays.
Vestry meets every second Monday of
each month at 12 m. We extend a cordial
welcome to all to worship with us. J. R.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL (South).
St. James' Methodist Episcopal church
(south), corner *of Postofflce and Four-
teenth streets. Preaching at 11 a. m. and
8 p. m. Rev. J. W. Horn, pastor. Serv-
ice of song at 7.30 p. m. Sunday school
at 9 a. m.; S. L. Flnley, superintendent.
Class meeting at 10.15 a. m. Epworth
league meeting Sunday at 0.30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday at 8 p. m.
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper at close
of morning sermon on first Sunday in
each month. All are Invited.
West End Methodist Episcopal church
(south), ihirty-ninth street and avenue I.
Rev. E. L. Shettles, pastor. Services at
JJr a; mv anti 7.30 p. m. Prayer meeting
Wednesdays at 7.46 p. m. Sunday school
J*-} 3 P. m- A. P. Norman, superintendent.
St. John s Methodist Episcopal church
(south), corner Broadway and Twenty-
fifth street. Services at 11 a. m. and 8
p. m. Rev. J. L. Massey, pastor. Sun-
day school at 9.15 a. m.; J. C. Jones, su-
perintendent. Epworth league at 6.45 p.
m.; A. Russell, president. Prayer meet-
in# every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.
All are cordially invited, and those who
attend will find a warm welcome.
The Scandinavian Methodist Episcopal
church and Seamen's Bethel, Seventeenth
and Mechanic streets. Holds regular
services at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m., Sunday,
and <.30 p. m. Wednesday. Rev. C. F
First Baptist church, avenue I and Twen-
ty-second street; A. Whatley Lamar, pas-
tor. Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Sunday school at 9.30 a. m„ W. B Den-
son, superintendent. The Young People's
union meets at 8 p. m. every Tuesdav
Prayer meeting every Thursday at 8 p.
vayer meeting Thursday at 7 30
o clock. Pastor's residence 2210 avenue I.
Second Baptist church, southwest corner
of M'/j and Thirty-seventh street. Serv-
ices at 11 a. m. and 7.S0 p. m. Sunday
school at 9,30 a. m. Prayer meeting oh
Wednesday at 7.30 p. m. Rev, VV. A Gar-
West End Baptist church, in Factory
block. Porty-third. between Winnie and
avenue H. Sunday school at 3 p. m W
H. Jord, superintendent. Prayer meeting
\Vednesday at 7.30 p. m. Sabbath school
at 9.30 a. m. Presenilis Sunday at 11 a
m. and 7.3U p. m. Rev. O. W. Lane, pas-
Sacred Heart church, Thirteenth and
Broadway. First mass, with sermon, at
6 a. m.; second mass, with sermon, at 8
a. m.; last mass and sermon at 10 a m •
beads, followed by benediction, at' 7 00
p. m.; Sunday school at 8.45 a. m. Rev
J. O'Shanahan, S. J., rector.
St. Mary's cathedral. First mass at 6 a
m.; second mass, with short sermon, at
8 a. m.; high mass, with sermon, at 10 a
m.; vespers at 7.30 p. m.; Sunday schooi
at 8.30 a. m. Rt. Rev. N. A. Gallagher
St. Patrick's church. First mass at 7 a
m.; high mass and sermon at 10 a. m •
catechism at 3 p. m.; vespers at 4 p. ni'
Father Lee, rector.
St. Joseph's church. First mass at 7 a m •
high mass and sermon at 10 a. m • ves-
pers at 4 p. na. Sunday school at 9 a. m
Rev. M. Helnzelmann, pastor.
Holy Rosary church, Bath avenue and I
High mass and sermon at 9.30 a. m ; ves-
pers, sermon and benediction at 7.30 p
m. Rev. L. Ph. Keller, pastor.
St. Paul's German Presbyterian church,
avenue H, between Sixteenth and Seven-
teenth streets. Divine services at 11 a.
m. Rev. H. P. Young, pastor. Sunday
school at 9 a. m., Henry Rlesel, superin-
tendent. Cordial invitation to all; seats
Unitarian church of Galveston: Services
at 11 a. m. Rev. Frederick Preston, min-
German Evangelical Lutheran church,
southwest corner of Twenty-fourth and
Winnie streets: Sunday school at 9 a.
m., C. Brandes, superintendent. Service
at 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. All are cor-
dially invited to attend. ,T. C. Roehm,
Swedish Evangelical Lutheran: Services
will be held every Sunday at 11 o'clock
a. m. and at 8 p. m., also on Thursday at
8 p. m. In the chapel on Mechanic, be-
tween Eleventh and Twelfth streets. All
Scandinavians are most cordiallly Invited
to attend. Edward Nelander, pastor.
New Jerusalem church, avenue K, between
Twenty-first and Twenty-second streets:
Sunday school at 9.45. Morning service at
11 o'clock. Evening lectures Sunday at
7.45. Rev. Jabez Fox, pastor.
First Regular Missionary Baptist church,
avenue L, between Twenty-sixth and
Twenty-seventh streets: Services as fol-
lows: Sabbath school at 9.30 a. m., Dr.
J. D. Davis, superintendent. Preaching
at 3 p. m. and 7.30 p. m. Tuesday night
prayer meeting. Thursday night, preach-
ing. On the first Sunday in each month
covenant meeting will be substituted for
the regular 3 p. in. service. The public
is earnestly invited to attend these meet-
ings. Rev. A. Hubbs, pastor.
First Union Baptist church, avenue K, be-
tween Eleventh and Twelfth streets: Ser-
vices as follows: Prayer meeting at 5 a.
m. Sabbath school at 9 a. m., E. P. Wil-
liams, superintendent. Preaching at 11 a.
m. and 3 p. m. Prayer meeting Tuesday
night. Preaching Thursday night; coven-
ant meeting at I p. m. on the first Sun-
day of each month. Rev. M. E. Terrell,
Mount Olive Missionary Baptist church,
Thirty-sixth and avenue I: Services at
Sons and Daughters of Bethlehem hall
on MV2, between Twenty-ninth and Thir-
tieth streets. Morning prayer meeting
every Sunday at 5.30 o'clock. Sunday
school at 9 a. m., J. A. D. Lawson, super-
intendent. Covenant meeting every first
Sunday In the month at 3 and 8 p. m.
Services on other Sundays at 3 p. m. and
8 p. m. Prayer meeting Tuesday at 8 p.
m.; preaching Thursday at 8 p. m. All
are Invited. Rev. E. M. Wright, pastor.
Macedonia Baptist church, avenue MVb and
Twenty-ninth: Sunday school at 9 a. m.;
Rev. H. S. Anderson, superintendent.
First Sunday in each month covenant;
remaining Sundays preaching at 3 and 8
p. m.; Tuesday nights, prayer meeting;
Wednesday nights, teachers' meeting;
Thursday nights, preaching. Rev. A.
West Mount Pilgrim Free Mission Bap'tlst
church, corner of avenue I and Thirtieth
street. Sunday school at 9 a. m., A. L.
Blackburn, superintendent. Services at
3 p. m. and 7.30 p. m. Rev. J. H. Hall,
West Point Baptist church, avenue R. be-
tween Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth
streets. Sunday schooi at 9 a. m., D. C.
Gibson, superintendent; R. D. Blar, mes-
senger for the church. Preaching at 3
and 7 p. m. Covenant meeting takes the
place of regular 3 p. m. service on the
third Sunday of each month. Prayer
meeting Wednesday night. An Invitation
is extended to all to attend.
West Tabernacle, M. E. church, corner of
Twenty-eighth street and avenue 1. Or-
der of service: Sunday morning, prayer
meeting at 5 a. m.; Sunday school at 9
a m., Joseph H. Thompson, superintend-
ent; preaching at 3 and 8 p. m. Sundays.
Regular class meeting every Tuesday
night. First Sunday of the month gen-
eral class. A welcome extended to all.
Rev. W. W. Brown, pastor.
Reedy chapel, A. M. E. church, Broad-
way, between Twentieth and Twenty-
first streets; Sunday school at 9.30 a. m.,
R. A. Scull, superintendent. Sermon at 11
a. m. Y. P. S. of C. E. at 4 p. m. Ser-
mon at 8 p. m. Visitors always welcome.
Rev. L. H. Reynolds, pastor.
Shiloh A. M. E. church, Twenty-ninth st.
and avenue M. Sunday school at 9.30 a.
m.; S. Sims, superintendent; services at
3 p. m. and 7.30 p. m.; prayer meetings
Wednesdays at 8 p. m.; class, Fridays at
8 p. m. All are cordially invited to the
services. Rev. H. A. Wells, pastor.
St. Paul's M. E. church, Eighth street and
avenue H. Order of services: Sunday
morning, prayer meeting at 5 o'clock;
Sabbath school at 9.30 a. m.; J. H. Wllklns,
superintendent; preaching at 3.30 p. m.
and 8.30 p. m. Sundays; Epworth league
prayer meeting at 11.30 a. m. J. S. Oil-
more, president; first Sunday of the
month, general class meeting; every
Tuesday evening class meeting at 7.30.
Rev. Wm. Hartley, pastor.
St. Augustine Episcopal church, Broadway
and Twenty-second street. Sunday school
at 9 a. m.; divine service at 11 a. m. and
8 p. m., and 8 p. m. on Wednesdays. All
are cordially invited. Thomas W. Cain,
CENTER AND P. O.
Crockery and China Store,
Bet. 22d und 23d
WE HAVE RECEIVED from direct import a fine selec-
tion or Beautiful Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets, which
must t»e --een to be appreciated both as to qualities and
prices. You can buy W. G. Plates, Cups and Saucers
in first-class goods from us for the same prices that you are
paying for seconds and thirds in these so-called cheap stores.
All you have to do is to investigate and you will find it to be a
fact. Give us a call when you want to purchase anything la
our line of Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Vases, Toys, Cutlery,
Baby Carriages and lots of other goods needed in furnishing a
house. Fine Selection of Beautiful Goods suitable for Wedding
and Birthday Presents.
School Bags, - - 15c. Lunch Baskets, - - - 15c,
DON'T FORGET TO GIVE US A CALL.
F. F. IIiegel is now with us and will be pleased to
meet his former friends and customers.
J J. BYRNES & CO.,
Importers and Refiners of Asphalt
AND GOAL TAR DISTILLERS.
ROOFING AND PAVING CONTRACTORS.
Manufacturers and Dealers In Roofing 4 Building Felt,
WOOD AND ASPHALT PAVUTO
For Streets aud Sidewalks.
Office, No. 317 22d street, Alvey Building, Galveston.
Room No. 2, Perry Block, Congress street, Houston.
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