The Galveston Daily News. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 53, No. 104, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 5, 1894 Page: 3 of 8
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THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS. THURSDAY .(ULY 5. 1894.
THE DAY AT HOUSTON.
Grand Celebration on the San Ja-
cinto Battle Ground—Union
A Special Council Committee to Look After
Gambling and Bawdy Houses—Water-
melon Fete on the Roof.
iHouston, Tex., July 4.—There was little
demonstration inside the city limits to-
day in celebration of the Fourth of July.
Dearly this morning a few bunches of fire-
crackers anil an occasional skyrocket were
exploded, but it was not enough to create
"enthusiasm, but rather had a depressing
effect. The patriotic citizens got out of
Itown early this morning and celebrated
after the fashion of "ye olden time.." The
lUnion Men's Social club took a good crowd
cut to JEagle '.Lake over the Southern Pa-
cific and they got back at a late hour to-
night after having had a good time. The
excursion of the duy, however, was that
1o the battle ground of San Jacinto down
uti the bayou, given by the Daughters of
the Republic for the enlargement of the
flund to bui.d a monument on the battle
ground to the memory of the heroes who
i'ell there in the struggle for Texas inde-
pendence. The first boat that left the
wharf was the steam launch iBoston, carry-
ing by special invitation most of the dis-
tinguished visiting veterans, including Gen-
eral McCulloch, Hon. .Frank Lubbock, -Gen-
eral Gano, Mr. Winters of Frio county, .1.
YV. M/oH-orse o»f Leander and Mr. .1. M.
[Hill of Austin. The crowd went down on
the tug Eugene in tow of the barge i'oyle
and others left on the Magnolia belt train
•at. 9 o'clock to catch the barge at the park.
The trip down was very pieasant. The
first stop made was at Harrisburg. where
they took on a number of excursionists.
[From there down the ride was enjoyable,
though quite warm. At the grounds the
veterans disembarked lirst, having arrived
there ahead of the others. They found a
,wagon waiting their arrival and on it rode
over the ground to establish the exact lo-
cality of the fight. There was a pretty
general agreement on lines, though it re-
cjuired a good deal of searching to find spots
upon which the consensus of opinion
agreed. The entire party enjoyed the sights
and appreciated the honor of being upon the
soil made sacred to Texans by the shedding
of the blood of such heroes as won for
Texas her independence. Beneath the im-
mense forest trees the veterans and the
young folks alike enjoyed themselves. An
excellent barbecued dinner was served
shortly after noon. There were a number
of the good people from th.e surrounding
country in attendance and. extended a very
cordial • welcome to the visitors.
The union men's social club took out a
lai-ge number of pleasure seekers to Eagle
3iake to .spend the day in outdoor sports.
There were many ladies in the party and
all had lots of fun.
This morning the members of the black-
smiths' union with many of their friends
went down to Magnolia park and had a
regular Fourth of July celebration beneath
t'he great forest trees of that lovely sub-
urban resort. They had all sorts of
amusements, that is such as would be sug-
gested by a picnic in the country. The
trains ran to suit the convenience of the
The colored people did most of the cele-
brating insiide the city limits. The Order
of Pilgrims, very popular among the col-
ored people, celebrated their fourth anni-
versary by the installation of their recent-
ly elected officers. T'hey had a street par-
ade at U o'clock this afternoon, in which
the Sheridan guards and the Packard
//ouaves in uniform participated. The lat-
ter company was composed of boys, of
whom there were thirty in the parade,
under command of Captain John Ses.wms.
They gave an exhibition drill at the park
and attracted a great deal of attention. The
installation, ceremony was quite impressive
and there was a large crowd present. The
festivities were closed by a dance that last-
ed nearly all night.
The United Brothers of Friendship and
the S. M. Ts., companion organizations of
colored people, laid the corner stone of
Kev. Booker's new Baptist church in the
They went over from the "southside"
and at the church several hundred people
were In attendance. The services were
BAWDY AND GAMBLING HOUSES.
The proposed ordinances introduced at
the last meeting of the city council to reg-
ulate bawdy and gambling houses are be-
ing very generally discussed. There is a
good deal of difference of opinion on the
subject, but there is unquestionably a
Ktronger sentiment to let them remain as
they have been. Some think that a change
might be beneficial, but rather than risk
doing worse they are opposed to a change
other than that it should regulate these
social evils. Everybody wants to see the
city continue to grow and flourish. Some
think it would do so by stamping out these
evils entirely, and they believe It can be
done. Others think that if.it could or
would be done that business stagnation
would result and the city go down instead
of prospering as in recent years. These are
willing to let good enough alone and are
opposed to the passage of the proposed
It has leaked out that in the caucus that
followed the meeting of the city council
last Monday a committee of five composed
of one alderman from each ward was ap-
pointed to take the matter in hand and
make a report at the next meeting. Alder-
men Bailey, Packard, Aubertin. Sonnen
and Freund were named as the committee,
and it is learned that a majority ol them
are against the proposed ordinances and
will so report. They are opposed to them
because they do not believe that such or-
dinances can stand in opposition to the
state law. This will leave the control of
the bawdy and gambling houses in the
hands of Marshal Pruett, and some say
he will close them, while others say he
will not. It remains to be seen what will
The interest that Dr. Rankin has taken
in this matter has shown him that there
is a more metropolitan view entertained
liy many good citizens than he pel-haps
Thought. The doctor has been earnest in
his work, and is still confident, as is learn-
ed through those with whom he has talked,
of accomplishing a good deal in the way of
Th-e death of Mrs. 'W. H. Parrotit, 22 years
old, occurred ito-day at her home on the
A. J. Slaverts of Galveston tihis evening
wedded Miisa Hell Perry of Houston and
left for Galveston.
Nearly all of the offices in the court
house closed at an early hour to-day and
there was nothing new to foe learned there.
.Market "Master Miller to-day hoisted the
' stars and stripes above the tower of the
market liouse in honor of "(the day iwe cele-
To-day Herb's light guard band in full
force went over to Richmond to furnlsn
music for the barbecue given by the patri-
The remains of 'L. C. Man love -reached
here this even tap from Llano and were re-
c-iVdi by the Knights iTemplar by whom
the funeral will be conducted.
•The city board of appraisement had a
lively time yesterday and came near having
two or three fistic settlements on the dif-
ferences of opinion on valuation. The mem-
bers have now all gone to training with
gloV< s, Indian clubs and dumb bells.
Mr. Abbott Oockrell last evening had a
valuable whip and lap robe stolen from his
new -buggy while it was hitched in front
of a house on Main street, near Jefferson
avenue. Thieves doing that kind of work
hive been annoying the people of that lo-
cality for some time.
To-morrow (Thursday] night the lady
friends of the Houston light guard club
will be entertained by a company drill in
the manual of arms, after which a gran I
watermelon fete on the roof of the armory
will be indulged in. The latter part of the
entertainment will 'be an innovation and
novelty that will doubtless be grea'tly en-
loyed. The company had a drill this even-
ing and will be ajjle to make a very fair
Lieutenant ©pencer Hutchlns of the light
tuard and one of the best known officers
I VH a tut* mlUtia lit* mtlYtd the
Ited advancement to the rank of inspector
general of the First brigade. Texas volun-
teer guard, under command of General
Openheimer. 'For many years Mr. Hutch-
1ns has held with credit the place of first
lieutenant of the famous Houston light
guard and passed successfully through
some of the most difficult drills ever done
In the fnited States. He will be respected
There were large crowds this afternoon
and evening at the Houston Heights the-
ater to enjoy the operatic treat 1 urnishea
by the Spanish op^ra company in 4 their
rendition of the ever popular operas Mas-
cot" at the matinee anil "Maritana in
the evening. In the evening th<> crowd
was much the larger and the performance
was much more enjoyable on account of
the more ghiiiil temperature. To-morrow
evening they will give the sparkling opera
S. C. lAitton of HallettdvLlle is at the
B. K. Coffman of Fort Worth is at the
iMrs. Fly of Ctoaneyvllle has returned
from a trip to New Orleans.
M. A. Ellis of San 'Antonio is registered
at the Capitol this afternoon.
Colonel John Lang of Sandy Point reg-
isterel at the Capitol to-day.
Mrs. M. \H. Arm!stead, daughter Minnie
and brother, 10. H. Humble, and John G.
MIcKeever left thi'S evening for New York
and Canada. (TOu-y will take the steamer
Comal at Galveston in the morning.
J. D. Reed, San Antonio; J. C. Grune-
wald, Columbus; W. F. Millan, Waco; A.
T. Schmidt, Terrell; .1. S. Smith and wife,
Mexla; John Fox, <St. Louir*; J. S. McMar-
ray, Houston; M. <\ Johnson, Nacog-
doches; \V. C. Shefpard, New Orleans;
Richard Carey, .Sabine Pass; S. L. Hain,
San Antonio; M. Grumbach, Galveston;
J. G. Claiborne, Gulf, Colorado and 'Santa
Fe railroad; C. Al. Beck with, Texas; D.
J. Chandler, Chattanooga; S. L. Cameron,
Chattanooga; P. J. Monlton and wife, Chi-
cago; Milton Davis, Wabash; Miss Ida
Walker, Jennings; Abe Lecowisky, Rich-
mond; John G. Freeman, Lex.ngton; Morris
Wainwright, Pueblo, are at the Grand Cen-
S. C. Pat ton, 'HulleHtsvil'le; J. W. Cun-
ningham, Palestine; Al. W. Ivempner, St.
I^ouis; Henry 10. McLennan, Texas; John
Lang, Sandy Point; Chas. Carton, 'New
York; John \V. 'Henderson, city; J. T.
Hampton, New Orleans; Jim Jones, Gal-
veston; L, B. Mitchell, St. Louis; M. C.
Nicholson, New York; 15. K. Coffman, Fort
Worth; James Al. Harbou, J. Harbou, Kil-
leen; M. A. Ellis, Wan Antonio; Sam 'Laz-
arus, Sherman: S. B. F. Morse, New Or-
leans; John Wharton, city; C. W. Rein,
city; H. B. Wells, St. Lou.s; A. De Costa,
Cuero; H. Friedman, city; It. N. Martin,
New Jersey; W. N. Barton, New York;
Yal iBelser, Oincinnaitii; S. Tuttle, San An-
tonio; E. K. Russ, New Orleans; J. M. Boy-
len, Taylotr; J as. M. Hill, Austin; J. W.
McHorse, beamier; Geo. »A. Hill, Waco;
J. Dane, Lagrange; T. A. Warden, Galves-
ton; A. 'Weischler, A. R. Lyons, New York;
W. J. O'Reardon, iNeiw Orleans, are at t'he
H. D. M'cLellan, Velaisco; J. D. Dingle,
Velasco; William Eisaruman, Indiana; L.
J. Cox, Texas; W. S. Brooks, R. M. Broiwn,
Wharton; S. L. Sparks, Rockiport; Frank
Keith, 'Mark Weiss, Beaumiont; R. L. God-
dard, G. R. G'oddard, Texas; Hugh Burns,
E. 'H. Hauke, Taylor; J. N. Jones, St.
Louis; Fred James, Ausflin; C. B. Martin,
Cold Springs; M. Hackiwald, Calvert; Joe
Sackman, New York; J. C. Underwood and
son, Columbia; C. V. Flymen, Memphis;
W. J. Nevi'lle, Galveaton; M. "M. Crowe,
Taylor; Lester Br'oiwn, Lake Oharles; L.
Miller, Orange; M. Kaiser, New Orleans;
John Foster, Kansas Ciity; T. C. Sears,
Shreveport; Alex Erwin, Sour Lake; G. W.
Burkitt, A. Lindsay, J. R. Burnett, Pales-
tine; T. H. Wheeler, Waco; Mrs. F. L.
Lot our, D. King, Texas; Mrs. G. W.
Bland, Miss Lilian Pevoto, Orange; H. C.
Pickett, R. M. Williamson, New Orleans;
L. D. Levers edge, Texas; W. T. Wads-
worth and »wife. H. D. Crooker, Ailvin;
R. S. Fife, G. B. Wiles, Texas; R. John-
son, J. W. Hammer, Texas; L. Seim&heimeir,
Galvesboiri, are atl tile -new Hutehins
C1ARD FROM BRAZORIA GRAND JURY.
Brazoria, Tex., June 30.—To The News:
It having been brought to the attention of
the grand jury of Brazoria county that the
peoplte of Alvin feel somewhat aggrieved
by the fact that certain subpoenas were
served on them through the Instance of the
sheriff of Brazoria county by a negro bail-
iff, in view of this fact we, the grand jury
of Brazoria county, take this occasion to
assure tlhese people that no insult was in-
tended and that we are satisfied that at
the time it was almost impossible for the
sheriff to obtain white bailiffs who wore
willing to serve at the small fee allowed
fo-r bailiffs, and for further explanation we
refer to the letter of our sheriff, ft. M.
Yerby, of recent date to the Galveston
.News, and fully indorse that letter.
I. P. U'NtDEiRIWOOD,
Secretary Grand Jury, Brazoria "County.
The above resolution was adopted by
nine of the grand jury, and 1 was instruct-
ed to request the Galveston News to pub-
lish the same. Q. P. UNDER WOOD,
Secretary Grand Jury.
WOMAlN'S SUDDEN DEATH.
Marquez, Leon Co., Tex., July 3.—Mrs.
Callie R. Foster died suddenly last night
at the residence of her husband, J. H.
Foster, seven miles northwest of this place.
She retired In her usual health, and be-
tween the hours of 12 and 1 her husband
was awakened by hearing her groan. He
attempted to arouse her, but found that
she had expired, and all efforts at resusci-
tion proved ineffectual. The cause of death
is unknown. She leaves several small
children and in a few days would have
given birth to another. The family have
been in this section but a short •time, re-
moving from Williamson county, at or
near Georgetown, to their present location.
A PECULIAIR LI'GHT.
Colmesneil, Tex., July 3.—Wight before
last a bright, silvery light was visible about
10 o'clock on the horizon east of here, last-
ing about five minutes. When first noticed
it was a dim light, growing to a clearer
white, then fading away as rapidly as it
11 i 1 ootme, r< sembling, wh-en at its height
of brightness, the northern lights common
in winter. ILast night about 9.30 o'clock a
similar, though less bright spectacle, was
visible in the same direction. Its appear-
ance has been remarked upon by many
here, none of whom has ventured an expla-
nation of the cause.
SHOT IN THE ABDOMEN.
Newton, Tex., July 2.—Lee Tooks accl-
dently shot George Shankle through the
flesh part of the abdomen about two Inohes
below the breast bone with a buckshot
last Saturday evening. Tooks had been
hunting and had returned to near the
road and fired his gun off across the road
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a5* Shank!#* was passing along. The shoot-
ing occurred near Holly Springs, In this
county. Both parties are colored.
The 'Prospects Bright for a Large Fall
Trade, Giving More Employment.
Orange, Tex., July 3.—Mr. H. J. Lutcher
of the (Lutcher & Moore lumber company
reached home this morning from a trip
through Nebraska, Kansas and Oklahoma,
wln r • ho .went to .study crop conditions end
the lumber outlook in those states. On
account of an increase in the number of
establishments in the west engaged in the
manufacture of agricultural implements,
cars. v.j-.ins and furniture, his company
have determined to turn their attention to
hard woods and will hereaCter keep their
band saws running on oak. ash and wal-
nut. Of the latter the supply is less plenti-
ful. but there is no lack of good oak and
ash. They will also cut yellow pine and
cypress on circulars and on band saws.
The crop pro-spect in the west is unusu-
ally promising right now, and if the rail-
road strikes do not Interfere all the mills
in Texas will enjoy a heavy fall trade and
give employment to as large a number of
men during the coming fall and winter as
have ever been engaged at one time.
Governor Hogg's Nicaragua canal talk at
Philadelphia, printed in The News of to-
day, has been commented on here as evi-
dence of a broader statesmanship than has
heretofore been accredited to him. It is
a matter of the deepest concern to those
looking after deep water and naval inter-
ests <>n the north coast of the Gulf of
The genuine Angostura Bitters, mfd. by
Dr. J. G. B. Siegert & Sons, imparts a dtli-
cious flavor to cold drinks and prevents
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet-
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
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Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug-
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The state of Texas, county of Galveston:
The St. Louis Brewing Association [In-
No. 17.0C7, vs.
Charles Dalian, Defendant.
In district court, Galveston county, state
of Texas.—-By virtue of an order of sale
No. 17067, to me directed In the above en-
titled cause from the clerk of the district
court In and for Galveston county, Texas,
dated the 29th day of .Inne, 1894, and num-
bered 17,%7, I have levied upon and will
proceed to sell for cash on the second
Wednesday, that being the 11th day of
July, 1894, at public auction, In the "Fox
building," Center street, between Mechan-
ic and Strand streets, In the city of Gal-
veston, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. ni.
and 12 o'clock p. m., the following described
personal property, consisting of wines, li-
quors, etc., to-wit: Five cases G. H.
Mumm's champagne Iplnts], :i cases do
[quarts], 5 cases Louis itoederer do [pints),
U do |quartsl, 2 cases Italian vermouth,
4 crises French vermouth, I case "Old Tom"
gin. il cases Holland gin [white boxesj, 2
cases do |green boxes], 17 cases Chateau
Boullc IquartsJ, G cases do IpintsJ, 12 cases
Irish whisky, !> cases Berliner kumrnel, 1
case Janhenheimer white wine, 2 cases
Zetllnger Rhine wine, 3 cases Haut Sau-
terne [quarts], 4 cases Sauterne [quarts],
0 cases Ponte Canet [quarts], 1 case do
| pin ts I, 11 cases Ballon bitters, 2 cases
Boker s bitters, 1 case Arac Coa, 3 cases
Angostura bitters, 1 cases Chartreuse, 2
cases vinegar, 2 cases Scotch whisky, 1
case Maraschino. 2 cases Hungarian black-
berry juice, 1 case absinthe. 4 cases Ben-
edictine "C. C. L.," 3 caSes do, "D. O. M.,"
1 case Curaeoa. 2 cases gin, 1 barrel Schuyl-
kill malt whisky, A. A. Meyer, proof 11*6.6
17 gallons out]; 1 barrel Schuylkill malt
whisky, A. A. Meyer, proof 115.6, [16 gal-
lons out]; 1 barrel Schuylkill malt whisky,
A. A. Meyer, proof 112.9 (14 gallons out];
1 barrel Schuylkill malt whisky, A. A.
Meyer, proof 112.5, [15% gallons out]; 1 bar-
rel Schuylkill malt whisky, A. A. Meyer,
proof 113.5 114V& gallons out]; 1 barrel Mon-
treal rye, proof S8.r>, [1 gallon out]; 1 bar-
rel Montreal rye, proof 90.3, [2 gallons out];
1 barrel malt "A," proof 98.5 [lgallon out];
fd barrel T. VV. Harper rye, proof 99.9 [1
gallon out|; 1 barrel W. Keller & Co., proof
99.9 113 gallons out|; 1 barrel grape brandy,
proof 102.7 [9Vb 1 '
rel Swan gin, .
superior Zinfandel, from Koehler & Froeh-
ling 12-2-Ms gallons out]; 3 barrels do, zin-
fandel, from K. &. F. [1^-7-1 gallons outj-
3 barrels I. DeTurk's Bottg. Zinfandel [3-3-2
gallons out]; 3 barrels Hock white wine,
K. & F. I6M.-12-12 gallons out]; 3 barrels
Reisling white wine |luVi-6-131^ gallons out];
1 barrel Malaga sweet wine, "k. & F." [lty
ns out |; i uarrei grape brandy,
gallons out]; 1 barrel grape
>f 92.4 [3% gallons out]; 1 bar-
n, proof 92.1; 3 barrels claret
gallons out]; 1 barrel Angelica, K. & F.
13 gallons out|; 1 barrel port, "K. & F."
jl',fe gallons out |; 1 barrel Madeira [2 gal-
lons out]; 3 barrels sweet Catawba, Kelly
Island, (Jhlo [2l-3-2Va gallons out].
Sale at 10.30 o'clock a. m.
PATRICK TIER NAN, Sheriff,
Galveston County, Texas
Galveston, June 30, 1S94.
U. i MARSHAL'S SALE.
UNITED STATUS DISTRICT COURT
Eastern District of Texas at Galveston—
Nils Nilsen et al. vs. Dredge Boat Ambler
Her U.iiit's Tackle Apparel and Furniture'
—No. tit*! In Admiralty.|—In obedience to
an order made and entered by said 'court
in the above entitled and numbered cause
I wtil sell on Monday, July », 18M, be-
uveen tlie hours of 10 o'clock a. in. and 4
o'clock p. m- of said day, at the north
j<lor of t'he new United States custom
house building, In the city of Galveston In
the state of Texas, at public auction, to
the highest bidder, for cash, the .said
dredge boat Ambler, her boats, tackle, ap-
parel and furniture, as she now lies in
Buffalo bayou at Harrisburg, In the county
of Harris and state of Texas.
Galveston, June lli, 1891.
J. S. WILLIAMS,
Unite.1 States Marshal, Has tern District of
By \V.\t. P. OVVIONS, Deputy.
UMIXISTRATOH'8 NOTICE _ All pemoui
having claims against the estate of F. W.
Hinriclis, docease.t, are requirud to pronont the
gaum to in® within the iliue prescribed by law, 1
having bsen appointed Administrator of said
Estate by the County Court of Galveston County
on May 21,1894. Oal»eston,'loi.. it my residence
Ud postoffies address. JOH.nI C. WALKER.
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Notice is heiVby given 'that the under-
tfurmnl truste-'s will make public sale for
cash to the lustiest bidder on the flrat
Tuesday in September, baing the 1th day
of sail month, A. D. 1894, 'between the
hours of I') o'clock a. m. and 4 o clocK p.
m in front of the court house duor of
OaLveston county In the state of Texas,
all otf the /uElowlng described property,
"^"Thait certain piece or parcel of land
lvlne and belnK situate in the city and
countv of Oalveston, state of Texas, known,
designated and describeU on and according
to the map* and plans of said city as the
southenst ouarter I i.e. Ul of out'lot one
hundred an I seventeen 1117], >tog*tiher with
all and singular the rights, memibers.
urivlleKe-i. tenements, hereditaments, buitd-
tnla improvements and appurtenances un-
to tiie -J"ie in any manner or wise 'Inci-
dent and belonging, and also all and sin-
gular tli" ti.>te-l. furniture, engines und
fixtures of every description contained In
and used upon and about 'the said prop-
1&e ulbove sale will be made by virtus
of the pott -rs Vested Sn said trustees under
and liv v et ii' ■ of a certain deed of trust
executed ' the Hk'ach Hole! and Seaside
Improve!!!.-iit e unpany to the undersigned
trustees !1 • secure the .payment of one
hundred and twenty |1201 of the bonds of
the silil I' i''b Hotel and Seaside improve-
ment company of five ihiwidred dojlars |$500|
each payable on the first day of July,
1893 and 'which said deed of trust is record-
ed in book I'' Pa«fe 171, of t)he records of
Oalveston county, Texas; all of said bonds
bavlw matured and the interest thereon
not 'having been paid, eind detfault having
been mad.- in said bonds, and due present-
ment ma b' on sa'd bonds, the said 'bonda
and Interest coupons being still mnpaid
and the foolders of ewild bonds
having. 1" accordance with .the
terms ' of said deed of trust, demanded
tuij terms of said deed of trust, demanded
the unders'lgn^d 'trustees 'to enforce tlhe
same, the trustees will, on the day and
date mi. eille.l. on, to-wlt, Tuesday, the 4th
day of September, 11894, make said .**ile and
ai«>"v tlie proceeds as direct'd In said deed
of trust. Such tltlie will be made the pur-
chaser as the trusitees ape by the deed of
trust given authority to make.
A. J. WIALKBH,
Star Shirts, Dry Goods, Jeans, Shoes,
THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1R1>4.
AI Our Nulesrooin, *4210 PoHtoftico Street,
< ommtnoiag at 10 a. m.
Wo will sell in lots toanit trado about 500 <lnz.
of tho celebrated STAli Shirts, Shirt Waists, Uu-
dorweur, etc., all of the latest styles and A 1
condition, together with a tine aHHorliuent
of Staple rind Fancy Dry Goods. Cheviots,
Jeann, Prints, etc.; 2000 pair of fine Sample
Shoos, Boots, Slippers, otc. Goods carefully
packed for shipment. Sale positive and without
FRITTER & ROGERS, Auctioneers.
TO-DAY AT 10 A. M.
At Our Salesroom, 2210 Pontofllco Street.
In addition to our SPECIAL TRADE SALK, as
adverti-ed, wo will sell 2 cars Hay, .r»0 Hack* Oats,
2 tine Horses, one Phaeton, 2 Piano Box Hu«i:i«>K;
also u Isrife lot of Phonograph Caws, Type-
writer Stands, Safe, seven fine Show Cam>8, otc.
FRITTER & ROGERS.
On Premises, S, W. Cor. of 28th and Winnie.
ON Fill DAY, .IlILY O, AT 10 A. M.
One Parlor Set, Emerson Piano, Oak and Wal-
nut Uodroom Furniture. ChdToniere Lounge,
ShadoB, Cornices Lace Curtains and Portieres,
Matting, Car nets and Kngs, Sideboard. Table*
and Chairs, Gasoline and Cook Stoves, Kitchen
Utensils, Sewing Machines, Lamps, etc.
J. C. CHAMBODUT & CO,
Tiff AT>"DTXTWI? °P1uuj and Whisky
171UliriliilXl9user cure thyself at
home for $5. Wnio for proof, references, tenti*
mouial*, etc. Cure guarantied. TUB U. WIL«
HON CHEMICAL. CO.. Dublin, X».
riUSXAS LAND AND IjOAN COMPANY
—Notice of Dividend. At a meeting of the
board of directors of this company held oil
the 21st instant, a dividend of 3 per cent
wan declared payable to stockholders ot
record as such on this date. Dividend pay-
able on und after 10th of July, prox. Stock-
holders will please call and receipt for
ohecks. J. P. ALVEY,
General Manager and Secretary.
Galveston, Tex., June 30, 1SH.
TEXAS GUARANTEE AND TRUST
COMPANY—.Notice of Dividend. At a
meeting of the board of directors of this
company held on the 28th Instant, a semi-
annual dividend of 4 per cent was declared
payable to shareholders of record as such
on this date. Dividend payable on and
after July 6, proximo. J. P. ALVEY,
Galveston, Tex., June 30, 1891.
DISSOLUTION OF PAUTNERSIIIP-
The partnership heretofore existing be-
tween the undersigned and Charles A.
Schroeder has been dissolved.
The undersigned will continue tho busi-
ness us Broker and Keal Estate Agent at
the otllce of the late Arm,
G A. MEYER.
Oalveston, Tex., June 15, 1891.
si'm l.vi. noticks.
I'TRST NATION AL HANK OK GALVES-
TON. 'PUNAS. -June 30, lS'Jl. At a meeting
of tlie board of directors held this day a
semi-annual dividend of
SIX [6J PER CUNT
was declared payable on and after July 12.
1891, ti. stockholders of record as such June
W N. STOWE, Cashier.
THH 11MPROVMM KNT AND LOAN
Company, 512 Tremont St.—A semi-annual
dividend of four per cent has been de-
clared on the paid-up stock of this com-
pany, payable on und after July 10, 1S94,
and also a dividend of four dollars per
share on the second series installment
stock, available now to those pacing up
euclt atock In full.
(DIVIDEND NOTICE—The board ot di-
rectors of the Oalveston national bank hava
declared a dividend of three  per cent,
payable on and after July 5.
T. J. GROPE. President.
RUPTURE ** PILES
pllDCf> Without th« KNIFE or
i fistula, I'luurr, l it'*ration
of the Urcium, il.Titioi'cis
and Varicocele. No Curs
ao Pay, and No Pa* until
Cured. :send stamp for descrlp-
ve pamphlet, contaluiug cer-
tiflcates from many proml-
neut people, some of whom
you mny know. Address,
DR. F.l. DiCKEY.395 Main St.,Dallas,Tex.
BCPTUBK AND HECTAL
1 tfiiaruntet* to euro llupture. Piles, Fistula
In Auo, Ulcerated lleotum. Hydrocele auiA
Yuricucele, wituout tuife or detention from
business. NO V\\ UNTIL CUUKD.
Why wear a truss sad sntfer wUen a care la
offorod you on sucli fair t*»nus. Hundreds of
cos»M» tri-ntod in and arouud Waco the past threo
years. Some you may Icuow. Writs for referenda
list. OtHcw: Rooms .Hp, *J, Wl, Provident Jtiuiid.n*
~W~ ACQ T FXA8.
maTTTTCir .Horpliiue Habit Cured in 4
UrlUld weeks. N > pay till cured JDr«
K. 3. Liuscouib, Lwokout ttuoQtaia. Tmui.
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The Galveston Daily News. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 53, No. 104, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 5, 1894, newspaper, July 5, 1894; Galveston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth468988/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.