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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - November 19, 1867, Galveston, Texas ESDA ST NOVEMBER CITY fii'sd iu this clay's paper Till vessel nnd tho theatrical com- of the Messrs Las at last we wiil Thore a number of p who were brought tip to steain lighter of lire curious people new in i ilay or two Tho gns works ftt nre to lipht tho city un- folks retire to their beds t notice that tremendous arc made to prepare thu works for all hands with light from to rosy morn or foggy inorn limy be S S Clinton in In- bay got aground at the The lide was very low and so until lute in tho nt the was still motionless probably be up to tho wharf this will leave for REVIEW Monday IS 18117 have been paying Stilling at ISO The has gold fit the close bo Qt SI rate with bankers U n light enquiry at THE ING OP THE AKD OF COTTON UNDER OF DING previous Sight New OH mis Huw Orleans AMI inclination to fish and tine opportunity for fin and we of clucks nud fat in by It is for Uli in these waters THK -t up to Market in the cm her Captain assisted by liis small crew succeeded in for- her back into water and hns aud repaired her and she is now new as ever and On thu of this flu snUs lor Tuscan ar chance to visit mails for New as advertised by tho iu tbe Bulletin will bo matte 1 M ou Sundays nnd Fridays tho of Mr on Market street was f d Ironi the by burglars and a gobbled up by the Taking tbe plunder into back yard they inspected each time and only one worth taking Tbe rest were left open in n where the examination had been Tiii POLICE Edward new military to of of Police of this uity was installed Sunday cr morning lie makes police force is Us appears to bo a and ve i not if be lias a fair share of tlie vim cT bis predecessor will be generally trnst the of the Police inspired in tbe minds of rogues and generally by Chief Perry will be fully maintained by the new Chief shall pleasure in recording his success Josiah Tuylor a merchant of our city returned on Sunday Also Mr Clinton Wells of the firm of Yesterday Mr Kory of the clothing of Finberg and Kory returned wife Also Mr J L Nov S S S Gulf City Stewart Now York Sloop Sun Air Sell Dexter Suh Amos Somora tit in Fort S S Sinclair Orleans Steamer K Henri Sinclair T 11 Co on the Ship Neptune Bremen BARKS Samuel WalUT N V Hark Bremen O W N Y Parker N Y Hark Jasper Avury New York Herbert Smith W at anchor in the outer roads Hark Add held St Thomas N Y Kirk Palace ing for Liverpool at Galveston ley Eclipse Klq Janeiro Williams Kio de Janeiro ifc co Mclutosh Liverpool T Aco Mary 12 Y Hicks Alice Scott Liverpool a New York J s A Co Internal of Cotton For the more convenient ton for oo classified nij it ct prom ct prom j Class A consisting of all cotton upon a tax ia cotton from N of to another district tiis Class C cotton removed from j one point to another in Iho district of tion before payment of tax Cotton should ho 1 described by these designations in hills of ing and permits to fee producers or Cotton Each Assessor is required to keep an account with each producer of cotton in liis district Cleared lo tho nccoiinf kept will manufacturers Sav S Atkinson 706 produced hy them WH I Account will bo debited with number Sloop Sun Air 13 and weight of bales of cotton weighed and 277 for ouch or owner and must also tlic number of bales and weight of cotton transported under permit without payment of Lux Stirling in such ease tlic weight as ascertained beforo shipment j ho credited with tho quantity transported beyond tho limits of the district under bills of lading nnd permits granted by tbe Assessor oc re- moved upon payment of tho tax us also with the quantity if any sohl and Lo any or company for consumption in the Places for Ac 321 The places already designated gi TEXAS I Pass i tion Chappoll Hill Lake East In- -157 i San Austin Creek Jcfleraon shall Under ho proviso to section J tho owner of tho cotton havo it weighed and marked wherever it may bo iii tho district provided ho pays tho necessary traveling of Die who do work It is Unit those expenses can bo upon by parties but in case of nn mny bo taken to Commissioner In no cnse must an or delay to do tho work because of such disagreement When cotton is weighed at such services of a regularly may bo dispensed with provided the of tho cotton provides for tho performance of nil the labor and marking Jn all cases the ant Assessor must see tho cotton weighed and marked and must keep a record of tho weights marks and mime of tbo owner or person go for whom it was weighed I Assessors Collectors as well as producers owners or of cotton will note thut the weighing and marking of this article as herein j provided does not tho tax to accrue and become payable immediately thereafter Cotton can lie held within the of district bales toother copy of Manifest j or wny far ai the to account of- must by as Section 4 13 ro- quires without the to of at its point of joct to hia any necessity of be i from of the permit Assessor fer the removal of the granted by cotton Tux Is District Commission and Cotton factors Strong 74 street Norton co Stock ftT Kice Sb st ft cr 133 r at and Liquor Merchants d Vt Dry GoodB W at Hunt Boots and shoes 43 Old Levee at i York NEW YORK HOTEL t Broadway A CO of the St O Proprietors J J JAMESON Vf iff in Mary Cedar Keys D Same N co Agent a Anna B Glover Cola ton co Agents H McMahan eg in the late storm Cook New York Sch Winona Daniel Susanna Packard T D Wilder Heathers Philadelphia ton Wm York Xorton Paiton Jt CO When owners or holders of cotton to pay the tares on the from tho district in produced they will bo required to have tho sumo weighed marked and tugged in tho manner prescribed Tho weigher will make fa is in form 110 and will send one copy to the and tho other to the of tho district The owner or holder will then make a to Iho Assessor or tin Assistant Assessor of tho Upon of this return tho Assessor or tbo Assistant Assessor to it is delivered wilt proceed tof assess tax upon tho cotton mentioned therein and Trill at once certify the thereof to tho Collector and make tbe required entry in hU monthly Hal receipt of tho Assessors tho Collector will at once collect the tax and will thereupon his of payment mud permit for tbo removal of tho cotton which permit must state amount and payment of the tax tho time and of payment and the marks numbers and gross of tho nr packages BO that tho same may at all times bo fully identified Bros Jt co b Hotels Hotel 1 Broe co Billiard Tables 43 St A CarpuE st Importers of Goods Y and Grist Mill cor SI and W L Hewing Machines Krull Books and Stationery Foundry Quintero Joseph A Notary Public George Sash Blinds and Boore ol GaB Nos 80 and Leonard west of Broadway New A son commission and for stand V B and ing Merchants and Cotton and Wool and 3 L co Junction of and White Oak Bayous A Co T M Houston and Win ft Lubbock V K sou Main et Smith V W A co Main at S L A co aud auctioneers Main et Miscellaneous Chew 1 T 11111 Hill Building Section 5 of the Act of July renders j Foundry OAK COOK BUO BROS BURTON to Wm E D Brown Till Copper unit Workers on hand a Jarpe stack of the Charter Oak and of Also Hall Stoves Lift ami force Pumps Superior TIN WARE wholesale and retail Tremont Street between and Church Miscellaneous Trees etc 80 varieties of Tines Strawberries A Catalogue WATSON Washington Co Texas i r JL i A in iv BOV E formerly AND AT LAW TN the Supremo Court United States M the Courts of tho the Court of tie Executive and Committees oi Congrees 281 Q Jan ST JAMES W CORKERY of Hotel mond Va and ID Rotunda of MERCHANTS MUTUAL I ANNUAL STATEMENT IN conformity with the of their charter the Company the following Total Premiums for the 11 nt: Firo Premiums Inland Trans SO 11 Railroads nWK X alo K on lats Koai alon of 0 H at Hod wilt lam ItUr trg at 8 Fridays with view to ers and Passenger will W at la lo trips will always DC I down ton mauwt B B B X s will always DC Indue tor On Ivatt moron in TO JT Tork mil liable teave Cairo MM Less Return Unearned Net earned Premiums LOUSES Inland Trans Losses CO f 00 Reinsurance and Profit ana j JL evening oh of aad Orleans to X For ticket to W 1 O IL A H i 1L mnd em ia first bedding oo Galveston under HoteL Common Depot Sew also of Central Cairo JL General 1 B B G GEO IT DEWEY Of Wilmington Y it unlawful from and after tho 1st day of tember for tho owner master supercargo agent or other person having charge of any or for any railroad or other tion or for any common carrier or other person to convoy or attempt to convey or transport any cotton the growth or produce of tho United States from any point in tho district in which U shall havo boon produced unless each bale or package thereof shall hare Jo or accompanying it tho proper marks or evidence of tho payment of tho enue tux and a permit of tho Collector for anch removal or this permit of the Assessor as in before provided Any cotton upon which the tax has not been paid is liable to a penalty of one hundred lars for each bale of cotton so convoyed or transported or attempted to bo conveyed or transported or to imprisonment for not more than one year or both LIST OF I Jt Chenoworth Land and Collection l agency A L dealer and general u Eutt in Guu co Curler i Gruy it ci and Building Agent tons from New Jachin Levy Blakely 101 where produced without payment of the tax becoming due at tho option of the owner un- less sold for consumption in tho jo 935 i for of lading or upon payment of the tax can bo nt any time weighing and marking 5 jr find Marking Lewie us dud family Mrs taid child nud brother Marks Buct l-'ell Pis McClelland Mrs McNair Car nud lady Vance Goodman and others ALS PALMETTO HOUSE J H K AW len Ky E Million John Martin N U Jno Hart De M JE Mrs city U an J P Campbell N York lady A V do Wm son Austin John L do C E Peterson do Wm Hook New Orleans John I y city zV darkey got himself into trouble in last week man's corn to his own uses He bays lie took the corn because Le thought tlie man might get in debt to him at some future time Tiie first locomotive train of cars passed over the Kansas river at Lawrence day on a temporary bridge HUB splendid Dye la the best In the world The only TUCK and harmless able No di su p point men t No ridiculous tints black or brown edies iLe ill of BAD Invigorates the hair leaving it soft and The C H Pis and several i A All others nre mere find be avoided Sola all and Perfumers Factory SI Known The town seems to be Jail apain and tlie cry is still they Barclay street New York Let come say for they welcome THE B will B U 0 COMPANY running their nnd through to Col on the west B the meeting of the stockholders of City Railroad Company yesterday B Rush re-elected c-f the Company by a very large The following Is the Board of Di- F B Hush Kobt Boyco J S Leclerc the and The Board has arc for ia branch of the Cojorddo river on Monday next Nov 18th The stages for Aastin and San Antonio will leave Columbus immediately after the arrival of S S 4 on Sunday with mails Berwick morning The S S Morgan arrived from the place leaving in OQ her return We are to have four mails weekly by line in future The City entered yesterday ing arrived at the inner bar on Sunday being the day for a regular meeting of the City Council the bell was the roll and there being no quorum the failure was announced The present were at those who were absent Some said in future a fine carriage should be sent ior the ab- Others said meet again nest Friday Mayor Williams said an earlier dav would ba that the Council might receive the report of Tipton er Esq about tho reconstruction of tho bridge mists of doubt enveloping iLe prospects of sundry aspirants in our city for municipal honors is equaled only TO Steamship Call All for the of the 50 per cent required In General Average will be at such goods fire for the protection of the which premium of insurance will he ad- ded to storage and labor nod must bu paid be- fore tbe coods are delivered Wil CO Ex Bark Fortune from Bremen Es Iris from Ex Ship Alice Scott from Liverpool ET BATK Gal rest on from New Ex Sen Amos 4000 bars Iron 1300 bundles best 600 alaba slabs Tlow Steel GOO bundles of Sheet Iron 300 casks of Ox and Log CO casks of Truce Chains DCO boxes Tin Plate a rm tago Mouse Anvils 150 i olid Vices C casks 15 doz Jackson's 1000 Assorted 1000 doz Planters trice Hoes 1 2 3 1500 Nails assorted ISO Parlor aud lied Koom Slate 330 tons and cases Hazard 200 Colline Co JJaM Spcer cast wrought steel Plows 2M Wilson Wagons Oils Turpentine Dubs Spokes Rims Habber Packing Tinware Tinners Tools Tho for and marking cotton including tho lahor of inserting the tag will be twenty-five cents per bale until wise ordered In special cases may prescribe a different fee if circum- stances urgently require it Tho fee ns fixed cover nil expenses of ing tho cotion and in no case where a duly weigher is employed will the owner holder or producer of tho cotton bo required to pay more than the established fee where a regularly appointed weigher is nut employed tho owner must ns hereinbefore directed vide for tho performance of the manual labur connected with the weighing under tho immediate oversight Assessor cr Assistant Assessor who cnn receive no feo and no except fur trar elling to places not and except a fee of five cents for each metallic tag which he will collect from tho owner of the cotion If RH Assistant Assessor receives this fco he will hand tho money to Assessor will pay over all money received hy him Concerning the Use of Metallic Tbo use of metallic tugs for the purpose of marking boles cf cotton will hereafter be re- quired in all cases Assessors roust ace that the tage arc used and inserted at he time of weighing ami except in the hereinafter mentioned Collectors whenever the tux is paid on ton previously weighed marked and tagged will murk or to bo upon each bale with brush and ink or paint m large tors the words Tin under Bills of Lading It having been found by experience that the furnishing of increased facilities for tho I val of cotton without prepayment cf ax is consistent with increased security to tho ury it is determined to substitute shipments to revenue under bills of lading for the bonds required Accordingly the owner or other of cotton which iic desires to remove from tho of to another district out of the tax will hereafter bo required to obtain a of lading in duplicate signed by a we'll known regularly established and responsible transportation company con- signing tho cotton to the Collector of tho dis of destination for delivery to tho factor or agent of the after the tax The trans p or company signing such bills of lading will be required to furnish to j tho Assessor of the district in which 13 the ro- port or point of destination ately arrival a copy of their Manifest or Way so Tar as it relates to any cotton trans- ported by them stating therein the cotton ia class A B or C as hereinbefore required Application fur Permit Beforo the cotton is shipped owner or holder will apply to the Assessor or the nearest Assistant Assessor of the district in which the cotton was produced for n to remove This application must describe the cotton by the marks placed upon bales and give the weight of each and must also state by what to transport and the name of of the tation with name of the Collector i to whom it is to be consigned and of the factor or agent to whom it is to be delivered on payment of the tax Upon receiving this application tho Assessor or Assistant Assessor granting the mit will havo the marked and tagged as hereinbefore directed and the weigher must issue bis certificate in duplicate The not weight be by ing four per centum for taro from the gross weight Ono copy of this certificate must bo trans- mitted to the Collector of tho district and other copy must bo delivered to tlie Assessor If however the Assessor or Assistant nor is satisfied from tho location of the or tho distance of the or place of shipment from his own resilience or that of the designated weigher or that the ing and marking cannof be done inconvenience or extra tbo officer may take tbe weight by the owner oF the oc by freight agent at thu place of shipment and will deliver to the Forwarding and and Cotton and Austin Wm T Co and Houston Batls Dunn A Strand George W Brady J T Win Ceo co t men II M Strand co Wootters Strand W A Commission Merchant and Dealer in li th St near strand G Com ifc Forwarding merchant Strand Edoy II co Strand Co Strand CO Johneton Parker ft co Jt McGar S K ib co Alfred Moody Bradley Co Com Strand T co and Flood J L A.L Norton Vaston Co Shropshire it Co Petit i Hawkins Cotion Strand Ranker co Sellers J S A co A co A Co Cotton and Wool Factors Sorley Com Merchant Strand co Strand Smith J C S H A co A Davis Sorley James Taylor A White Co While Mechanic street T a co Strand A Vidor Walker Kent co cor of Centre anJ Strand A PA Garden BOSTON j Gardner Doiter co merchants Boyco Wm lawyer G street CITY LA co and stock dealers TORE Commission Merchants Cotton and Wool Factors Converse WP A Co 54 Fine st George B Diddle co Itf Park Place Gal way A at Bacon it co Reid A L Pearl fat Dry Owls Clothing Hatf Shots Ac Browning W C 323 way co hats and fib arri street Zlnn Co 80 Leonard tt west Broadway WORTH CO COMMISSION MERCHANTS 188 Tearl Street NEW YORK to pales of Cotton and Qc eral Produce with quick CLARICE SCHENCK and -11 STREET I crime u JOB an HEHLE CO to C Co COMMISSION MERCHANTS For the Bale of Stock Landing ClTYOP.lElTBUSOK Loss lass Discounts SO 53 Net 07 The Company have the following Stock Notes payable on demand f 00 Asylum of fte Sisters of Charity 1607 IT thla Institution private on ami Ihu IBL of April Urn T B Lancton J Sf and been appointed and will a trend Jtic on own can cubage cither or physician thoy please 00 14.015 07 for will ho two dollars per diem and ii deposit of thirty J F Wil be required For anil apply tc Dr near SONS Commission Merchants AND COTTON FACTORS 153 and 101 Front Street IV IE TT O It 1C Walking Shaw stationery INae tau struct Hoover co saddles Brondway Lawrence machinery S vr and I Fai A 128 William at 27 North btt ri xt b Lathrop J ancy Gooda W the Alps 2 dc American Store 103 ill York n M co Broadway Phelps Jewell co Canal Wolf Towneend A cu Saddlery st Whitney Kice Jewelry ISO Western Noa a t 15 at White's Founder and st SCHNAPPS are coed for nil kidney and bladder complaints Liberal advances cu made oil aH consignments to our address by mir J L A C ifc Co Texas HELPING CO and 80 Lombard Street LONDON E C Dealers in Exchange V S Bonds and att American Orders for American or European Products Executed i Liberal on in cuts Circulars published weekly Forwarded ou Direct Co SPECIAL NOTICE IS given the Houston Direct gation Company as done con- receive Cotion from Uie here and at and deliver at for Per Bale in Currency To include intermediate expenses as From these rates no deviation will be made No charges will be made on freight at Houston Tor thu JOHN II Superintendent Houston Texas Oct BASTRO V MI LIT UTE Stock in tlie Houston aim Wharf nod m course liave resolved a Scrip Dividend of Twenty-Five per cent OK the net owned the IsL for will be issued on and the let day of ber a dividend of Ten per cent lo the stockholders of the Company which will be to them and endorsed ou Stock Notes J S President ii Vice Hoard of J T A J Wani J 1J Josiah Taylor J C ti J M Swisber J C M K S n Chax Vidor JE T Dentow insurance this Company will have the option between return In cash of or a participation in the annual dividend A M n n cox 110 B Y It POST 170 POST No FACTORS ALL to the above wili Passenger Agent QL Southern s P F of Tor DaHas ut with I Joe Anderson aud tri- Itoe to ton Tyler and with Go railroad train fur Chappell HiU Bie Thence by daily tUce to Tcp La S Butron Connecting at Auion wim te aud Co New aud dally A St Sundays arriving in ton i it with trua tor chucked OIL road MeWIe Great plication for Maun it Co Is BEN STONES COTTON AND WOOL Receiving Forwarding and General Commission Merchant Co Texas ree with tho permit a number of me tali tags equal to the number of bales named in Banica J S J S Strand Grocers Produce and Liquor chants Gary Co ifc Bro street Gco C liana Gentler Hart tit Donovan Strand Chas C A Js Co Grocers Wallis it co Dry Goods Bros co Market street td Tremont Market Co Tremont Et Dry Gooda and Clothing M IT corner Strand and 21st Smith J C S R co Strand and Shoo it Strand Let John NcN Dennis cor Tremont and Market Lumber Macling Market st B S co Mechanic street Insurance Agenda Ac Bailey J E Co Advertising and Collecting Agency Street MDU Heal Agents Tremont at JIutnal company of De Blanc Secretary Union Marine and Fire Insurance company of Beers Secretary George Batter General Insurance Agent i Holland DP Mutual Ins co Hartford Ct Mania Gibson Newspaper and Collection cy St Mutual Life Insurance E Pollard John S Keal Strand Texas State Insurance Sessums Strand Agents H M Tax Agent Tbe of New York Sorley Bankers ana Exchange Brokers Crawford G W co Strand WmB Da via Samuel Boyer P 310 ifc 213 Strand and Medicines Duffan Davidson Compound IroE Paint Strand Dial Byrne Labadie Bars tow Market Lyons Periodical Drops at Dial Byrne's Transportation B B B 4 C C B R Schedule Morgan Line steamers via wharf G II schedule Mobile G M S Jones ticket agent Central Office on Central Wharf New Belize Honduras Mall D Dowd Now Orleans Jackson G N B Mi Central Railroad Steamship Lino to H t Hayden To my place miles from and per acre or and A primary also wiH be Twenty acre tracts more or lees can be E GAY ITT W C CO WHOLES AXE WA li Broadway Nsw York H Exercises of Una will be re- d of J j u iVE on hand a full assortment of Fall mid Winter Clothing aud arc prepared to cute aa low iw other house Late Reid ifc Tracy COTTON AND SOUTHERN No 188 Street ME J H BROWN WATKISS SHAW i Late of Pratt Oakley Co and Civil i eminently practical by thu and tlie the and In- eli ro ihc tion to English brandies whose parent d ii cun remain nt the Institution thu summer vacation ao pro rata chunks For ho Jen dent QW uli j Dry and EUdes Wool Tallow foot of Street AM prepared lo pay IN CASH J WILLIS It St P J WILLIS i BRO WHOLESALE IN WASHINGTON HMF BOSTON Inx DISTANCE A DATO leave New tuc connection at trains o tiie aud Great roa All Points SLEEPING CARS on and the EXPRESS Morgan tt earns hJp Central O L PITCH Mobile and Una Direct Iron market price for above my houses in Hoaston and A P GENERAL MERCHANTS No Strand Strict Attention given to Cotton Wool Corn Jtc wDi be to orders for Groceries Ac Advances made on Billa of his or Produce being in baud of Tote Effect May 1807 O O leave and at M on cT Crom from Houston will take the Top irain and connect a junction or take tie cars or to Thia train connect to mid tt stamen to Gonzaled tud u removed onr office to CORNER BUILDING Boom No 5 VOIGT SCHNAPPS are pnt up in and bottles with tho pro on bottle cork and label I 1 n n cl O 11 y Hotel TEXAS J F The undersigned have formed a ship under name of WHITE ft SHIS For the of and IVF WHITE LaLe While A M W SIMt Of Galveston Oct 1st T IIK B ifc Co having expired by be by A M Campbell and P n under the name and style of bell All the unsettled business of the old urm will be by the r VON VON II ART EN to A WHOLESALE GROCERS And Dealers in Western Liquors Wines and Cigars 206 Brick Tsx 125 Nassau street Now York Importers find of mau nud Domestic from the country promptly act ended to Vista FOR LADIES HERS J E Principal Near Hempstead Austin Co Texas session commence on tho first JL tiny In and will in of ten months The locality ia healthy and retired Teachers of acknowledged ability will be engaged Divine service vrill be held in the Institute by of denominations By the untiring effort of the Principal to make in every instance an adequate return for value re- she hopes to meet sufficient agement to maku the Institution permanent Board instructions in tlie English branches and per month able five mouths or half iu ad- 30 00 3 600 a JfO C Each pupil will be required her lights towels and bed General Commission H Nos 31 A 33 St HOuSTON TEXAS Are now receiving their WINTER STOCK PRY GOODS BOOTS AND CLOTHING LEWIS Factors and General Liberal adv vices on for wOe or U out Meada in New York or li Antonio also tb lor La Grange and leave uid at A M with cars mid Tot with or to will bo taken tra charge at as in from lugh water Uic delay acd at their owa tick and JNO A WILLIAMS will please as above TO Strand WM X COTTON WOOL And ami E French Lessons on Piano Learns on on Washing of Shelf Hardware which we offer at the lowest cash prices Jt LANG Strand t dense fogs have over ners Material Stoves Ac cnr bay and island tbe Jast few mornings Together complete and full assorted stock vessels The Matagorda do laved H Sunday morning tlie yesterday by tbo fog causing baggage cart drivers porters and tribulation but so impatient as tlie expectant officeholders Those stern loyal men are waiting for their turn are mystified We saw one of them yesterday much puzzled over a little dispatch stating that Major had been unpointed t doubt not Major Perry has Homo nent but not requiring hie presence here W P M JACK M T MOTT JACK AT LAWj No 120 TEXAS JAIL TUB JAIL Tbe people in the North may form some idea of the fierceness of the we have passed through when vrt dtate that army in the men's Bureau voted litre on Tuesday although they have only a temporary dence But this was net the worst The here under the Bureau and the halt Jame anu if such there were came hobbling to the to vote the Mongrel ticket Bad as his was there was still a deeper depth Prisons were unbarred and parties resting under charges taken to the poils and voted in this election district LUMBER 1 BEST QUALITY ol PlMO Of good sizes nnd for all Bridge Md expected lit schooner Clua from For sale low b B S CO The Mound City Kansas Sentinel says that at Twin Prairie some persons noticed that the prairie was on fire and rallied for of putting it out when their the Attention s called 10 a man who WOLFE'S arc good Goat SCHNAPPS shoald bo In Vao of T CASH Mado on Cotton Wool and cd to onr ta How Boston and Ba riding along road dismounting and i Hope and TiM at the fire to tho prairie in different places some a mile or mile apart The neighbors went in pursuit and cap- tured and hung him Francis Train knows a family of their brothers from every time their Brothers did table Susie would to George pass me that damn butler or that damn lowest market prices T D WILSON CO All and cs Is cred by our open policy of IOM by fire upon delivery to Railroad 3 that damn an j would other Lent cake contrary br 1 VOIOT tho permit which must be carried with the on and delivered the com- at of as hereinafter If tho transportation company named n the application is to tho Assessor or Assistant Assessor to bo responsible ho Trill grant a permit Assessors Permit for of The applicant received the permit must it together tho tags tho latter are not fastened to D the transportation company and said must carry and deliver said tags when and as directed The consignor of the cotton shipped tinder permit must obtain from the ion company duplicate bills of lading in sub- the form viz OF 188 permit Assessor of Internal Revenue for the dis- of the State of of cotton i weighing pounds marked and bearing or by as the case may be metallic tags marked Letter P No New Orleans Professional Lawyers ct Country John K st G W Strand Chaa Jones John B G A Tremont et Phil not U V Ryan P attorney Strand Thompson Leslie Postoffice Waul TN Strand Brj an Louia A physician Tremont st Dr Dr L Dentist drag etore Banna cor A Tremont numbers to to to bo delivered at Collector of Internal of tbo district of the State of t together with tho said said Assessor tbo accompanying metallic tags if the said Collector to deliver eaid cotton to j on payment of tho tax id thereon Signed Agent It will be tho duty of tbo consignor of the cotton to obtain tbo duplicate bilU of and bind or send to the aor who issued the permit and said will one copy and immediately mail the other copy to the Collector of the district to whom tho cotton is consigned the consignor fail within a time to Assessor with the bills as required tbo said Assessor will ascertain tho of tbo failure and if he ahall find that the cotton may the OD j acd unless a of irill thereafter issue permits tb io in C Vf and A S Ambler co Saddles Bridles Asylum of the of 0 Market at C G and machinery Strand 113 East Market at Medical Dr M D Editor Dorian Exchange corner Tremont and D fitter cor Mechanic A H G Wharf and co Kates at Louis 5 at McNeil co Real Brokers and tst Penitentiary Texas T H Aco agta Peel movers and Strand U Bath Barber mont at and jewelry mont et Rice etc it Robinson Walter S stationery Wright's Cotton Iron Poet McMahan T II Jk co Cotton Gins Norton Paxton A Dealer B S A co agents Co India James wagons c J A Shaw Strand on cotton wool and SHROPSHIRE CO COMMISSION a-l 20 StronC be nt all times to make TT Advances on Consignments of Cotton Wool Tor sole or shipment octa in the world All of which are purchased for in the beat markets and which yre to t low prices for cash orders for Goods In the above Hue will receive prompt In to the above we have opened a WHOLESALE GROCERY V L A CO REAL BROKERS AND BUILDERS on Market street between Batli and C A 3 R Smith Co Garry Co veaton W T Austin Hoaston John Ewing John Speak Now Orleans Phil Jefferson Texas in county in any for sale at alt times K Secretary President Gooda for sale hy all the Dealers in tbe Mississippi Valley The St Lonls Life Ce Of St Louis Mo Over D A JANUARY President Jas H Vice Wm T Secretary W N Beaton General Agent established an Agency in Galveston with I rl the view of malting it a Brazos Bottom Homes VOn IN COUNTY undersigned has Torrent or a tation of cleared land tion ol tho city and State and as tbe patronage of an appreciative public Ail Policies issued are Policy holders constitute the Company elect UB officers and arc tbe recipients of all the profits Terma as reasonable aa those of any company represented in Texas Bud reliable and prompt In paying losses as any company In America Has polices in force iu Texas held by some of the moat prominent merchants and eminent professional gentlemen in the State At- tention is called to the following In view high reputation Upon it fs an Orchard of peach trees plenty of corn and the place and oxen Ac The place will be rented inr 0 reacy or of the ccop White For While A Mms D DGreer John D at of the must permit of to J of whom consigned same to of my v if any tl to the W 1C T M ni T TIES we Cotton Factors rokers and rvcotn- on account of Lta superior Cotton Brokers and rvcotn- c TIN OK Wt the Tie eta i the Impo OC Tie eta BOOTOM l CO Om or inch citizens afl S 1C Stackpole CO Sanders ft A AttomejB at Law I Q John Bdi tor Texas Advocate Hill Attorneys nt Law C C ple Proprietor T K President lit Ittri Wm N Cook lat Bank Houston Refer by permit flion to B snd Hon J W McDule Slate Senator Tables of rates and may to you Agents la western and southwestern Texas Correspondence ly on between Post once street Texas i W Agent B 7 T hi all tlw let Comer of Tremont and Strand will be found a stock of goode in ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTEND JSD TO COTTON OU SENT TO US FOR SALE OU At either or Houston WILL RECEIVE OUR BEST ATTENTION Advances made on STEEL COMB BRUSH S Cotton Gi i n i PATENTS of Planters the that ar- willi the Hardware for making my Cotton Gin under my snpcr- and those wishing to buy that y Mill be found and nh to any he of the Steel Oln ortt ail of her t conceded and tlie lint the other Gins make than a to the to 3 cents per pound That all supplied he tent The Company also ready to all Rinds or Gin m- prompt tkc Steel UMi received bj T H CO V c AKD AT TOM ORLEANS k Great i ONLY DIRECT ROUTE NOUTE BAST or TWO Depot JL that we will reopen our office in the city oi 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