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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - June 11, 1878, Galveston, Texas the y but thM jf im u upon reappearance and the Kin Sheriff I county summoned a pursuit I i Elm i tb led Bus CCIt within mile from Den wher ho TUESDAY r went to ID the i did Super r treated me in yo li on Kind to tho n June 10 courier new yesterday to the 200 under PW mile 0 Nsw Mj af r a engagement completely them making hones etc are reported killed ami on sides details There was great rejoicing in redo on receipt of the above news The BELL AM EtV ar Wool and w INDIAN f Vermont Of aa of iAO port by of who U In thai miles from town Shortly they were ma by South town marshal and half Dd eft while dismounting After of shots were exchanged oir in a southerly encounters occurred no numerous reports Saline titUe from Mason to night of the 7th y a made a the merits to take up hart through creek f he securely eared into Tarraut ro aud camped in nick dry to the 1 fence immediately the bering h Brewer whe wuu ucu By and were re- referred tiona and to cents elected stock S to n pound U JA cents selected knife SO to -0 Pounds to T dry sailed to yo Stock of dry and Texas western and on th 15th iu from Philadelphia tho sales of 5000 pounds of wool at 30 cents gold sevens in Gold Cotton TIIE Won Meridian on and a Fu fur Cupt Ilarrpnt- a Storm De county met tLe cour t aud organized with Geo H- E precinct WHS tent 40 delegates to stats convention instructed f: H E Hubbard governor Jos Bayers lieutenant governor Stephen comptroller Rufus Y L Smith of -ed general land Geo of Colorado P X choice and A T RELIEF Of THE ORPHANS BAYLAND Don't Fail To Attend Tim PICNIC T0 BE FOB THE r -n -t 3 A r A I u r the i Berne from ser gation 7 f te the lo eyer rn ihs revenue of slate anc of preferring on to Aft aad four months of a policy aim preten where they bv who at gsc Bnd t 111 us loW while at cu t DOt t i IS completed aod hut About THE INDIAN WAR Tho excused on th Second w neck and a quarter Ba Bell third Time D contrive to a th the mur the District venire ed for ic at the Abac charged About way of for attack the South CORPUS to 10 Calling i on f 1 dj tho m in the he house ia o te vil Appropriation up j debt which It b Wig of and J w and refe oi Massachusetts for industrial classes for of public protection of the fr depredations marine and I of a earner picked up two doors The sir v a H Jones which arrived here on YOKK June the administration Prevailed hero last very larger than I hen are fluent ever Corn in roasting ears large and heavy tbe of osque Conner Convention Telegram to the New SECOND od It Mrs Cook THIRD TAUtu FOURTH li J John Mrs KIM VK SIXTH Mr hy EIGHTH TABLE T Crea j lief of the and for tho from Indian We near Cold for s to in latest the state convention all for and so instructed W Revenue to rep till t Percent on state baaks -is is still possible the morning in in the of thp general the authorities and of K f will arrive in the middle of the week effec The Bennett Ocean Sub the Ne regularly race will be Tie NINTH S ij i Dlock H Itat o M ut it the Trinity fa wore free fight which a Or ed i n J P r ai ed Alderman la AFFAIRS AT AUSTIN the i V I J CTG m the t Dc grade sheen with PI J of ten of Telegram to tha New i o went ashore on Felipe Keys Club but A to the Kews ot June 10 clary ofThe to day llla captain reports eight feet of m the hold Assistance font Tno Our will frr and both The Columbia will not enler for pairs in the foregoing races wi 11 TOE SALE Etc A T SCHMIDT'S vnn LONE STAR All on at n r s 3 from taken ien Iw Committee on OK Itc Cherry Bed I New SE Hook Th 5 ia precinct Circuit court I large tract in Leon The decision Special Telegram to the Kewa 1 June pi the it to be some of rm fe June 10 have made no com- maue no on Mr Condition i lesting a quite itc so badly blaten p Worm Destroyer C ill Todd W M Robinson John J J E J N Savver J M Another In o O TRY in Jell Ip 1 J S- C T J COM E ON FINANCE Tne Oregon On June state ticket was f p for K im j PRESSES FOLDING MACHINE Tor Cash AT OFFICE OF THE A Web Perfecting Press two in w-a a- i Taj I or Small in Perfect Order I Machine in Excellent Condition for ii CO BLESSING BRO to e County Convention l to loo The German Em and appetite Iu aa first Bee County Convention to the J T J T- T minister died herb to-day Hall ter at GIVES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO and to ary Street J S J H A d W w Jan Thori L C Fither A Robin Wm ii R J Sic F r H Chairman r L Les j A L OS PHOTOGRAPHERS for Europe Saturday press em- ver ui QI je AND USEFUL Gao a-e is A S in collusion removing liquors distillers iu Commissioner Ranm their employment days authorize a by the currency of the HI iie e tiie trade to IN i CO open to to J hotel en haj been thrown Cane 3 ater German Suiter Janos A T A i J E -j B M Welch k D H w Wilier Hon J E r Hon A COL w rVv i- Kcw BA no A i s Clayton Lynch a co Gates Open at 3 O'clock P Admission the E Karl
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