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Galveston Tri-Weekly Civilian (Newspaper) - October 18, 1872, Galveston, Texas t 1 I I. f - y ' I ' 11hi ix no Air at If I in i 11//7 u 11 1 ' hn mi n. 1/ 1 hi ml a f in 1 1't, r 11/0/mo-. uh C oil U a. DO I s S M M 1........... ......15 New Null Ii West 5 V on lias lit Inst 1 shall lie lo or latino on tin* ol any by of da 11- of 111 is en net mi in L J 11110 1.-11" and leave reader to why lia so cnl ly over in of hern blacks lias only as il awakened to to Indiana have Hut against the possibility Indiana hi the probability of carrying 5 3 ' 3 This within reach without or in this country make continual of to catch I but although the publics of sums o never kill of a of led Im miln 1;' iron on I he of a soldier of ihc SS lien a more means of to 1.11 ii a 1 r n t * 1 I ' * 11.1 N 1 mil I o III I 11 I - 11 1 lii ir 111. -a Ii if - It had ' I I o Alt I lis I iic and w ell ot I hem at least having and the 0. lilies had only latter proof ami their back and pursued The frightened by the noise of the lire stampeded in the direction of the who closed upon them and succeeded in running them the Jn the that two Indians were one was and three of their horses were as well as haversacks Idled with jerked buffalo new which the writer thinks had been recently nt the reservation at Fort * tit r i 1 pi 1 Hi t .i li i t 1:1J - 1' 1 i d in ci I 11 nl 1' 1 n prominent lawyer and an old resident 011 the Lower publishes a letter in the Sentinel addressed to L. Collector of Customs at in which he states that his testimony before the United States Commission to investigate on the coast between Valparaiso depredations committed by The character of 1 1.......... I liv ' the 1 a aie nut more than four and or I in uies ha vt - been for the last twenty years as to what have caused so a but no one was ever curious enough till the last few days to make any examination of the interior of these A few days one of the engineers of the opened 0110 of them and found remains of and a more thorough of others revealed other curious evidently the work of human hands in in every mound that has been opened there is some curious relic of a long-forgotten race The theory now is that this prairie was the cemetery of the people who inhabited the country in Specimens of the pottery have been sent to Professor and it is that he will make a visit to the place and make a thorough examination J. United States Consul at states that the prevails in epidemic form at many ot the seaport towns inn Mi * -a ta r. 1 I - Ml IV It u ' 1 n u - I 1 i M ' * I V I US K I M 08T-IT4L Ttl V. f liar r nuns ami nl i is 11 ami mil On the 11. 11. 111 Mill I ill v l. of this city is in is NEW on 17. Two 1(iii^�hi>rt'iii(!ii uro 011 iv per mi tins A ot tho whilo to tho to join ilrod at liy J. iu of one of tbo struck on bead with n cans 011 tlie has been garbled by Mr. I lay who seems to control the columns of the * paper published in 11 ay lies is charged with obtaining the testimony of rowers by illicit with publishing and using the same 1 in 1 among tho element to and murder through the aid or the Texas iu in ' ' ' United Slates Senate lio made -i 1 frill in- powerful and apparently and to put a slop to lifter pursuing criminal and branding sailors mid lives for several years with seems that the law has been 1 the idea of 1 using the advertising Columns ot to the to in I their Nichols began the A traveler by a tale !! ulf steamer says he saw a young man leaning over railing the upper and with considerable violence giving to I he winds and the sea tin of 1 I I lie boat in a pi 11,1 11 sir 111 I'm doing liir oil said business by in the Sydney journals for a companion to ii lady in the Numerous applicants presented but only those were selected were well provided with were engaged and one after another into the they were robbed of all 1 hey serving a I iii lor became acquainted with who serving a term for and when the t wo gard Col. has assumed an att of hostility to the United States Government of which ho is now an Mr. I lay ties is also charged with the he is more preni than ordinary and much more destructive of The Letter In one hospital at out of fifty eight patients entered in one week 17. Internal Collector L. for of Kcv of on tbe of ut HOITH October 17. Tbr State is nnd Rooney nml V. nro several to tlic ou October 17, A lotter Hon. Tone bis to and says wan simply stay at bonio vnto of liis party luat liim and tho thought was of Ilia and over led a and there are eight or ten such to stay away from the hospitals in that city you can con- u nii mid e by him e ot its The in thU disease is its way steadily to Wo have ninny cases not of epidemic form in the The entire which prevails among the authorities iu all Spanish - American arraying himself in interests 1 towns in sanitary affairs gives of the thieves and who | this disease and yellow fever a have devastated the and field to spread over than - against the objects and of the which is to remedy the Judge Cowers contends that at least one hundred Mexicans of both sides of the river have as he a of tlie Texas territory hail been devastated by from The Judge ends bis letter by charging Collector with without proper cause they otherwise would have if tlie necessary precautions were a fold iu tho of all good October 17. At Mr. of a looking to plan for tlie protection of Catholic upon their arrival in thin Mr. of moved a vote of to President Grant fdr tbe interest taken iu behalf of | in tbe midst If 0110 acquaint himself of the heated political lio with the laws of life and such a motion not to bo i and could not bo and ja accordance With escape most of the diseases and ties with which the race is Even such as National nf ihe poor discharged they soon as he could recover and try Uy got hold of young The yield of iu ( nia IS slow I a mi i Win le I en gi lice IS tin in I lie silver 1 I N and il ii in not ci l ih I or - 11 The laee of In r ins and ile s v than W ei ii n lit lie bowels of her far Western Stales cannot depend for permanent on 1 em pi sonic took man who had him a the river and murdered A lew days captured and murdered another and might lave with their work if I heir last crime had 11 I n The bot Ii of 1 hese eases were broughl oiu on trial of the who convicted and promptly New October 17. Tlic Hoard a resolution of Hie Hoard of to the effect Vellow often thai if any proposition is entertained by touch a perfectly healthy looking to national those m aid ot any i V in it to hi m in tlie to become easy j be shown that such was to 1IIJ1IK 111 111.11111(1 aild ambitious j ready to all over such - tradu banks to s in incut brains a i - report in the young winds | and and a touch injurious to national Ol fever CUts Off the of objected to VANTED 1 And The Home of t in ur il w. AGENTS KKW 1J00K nun 1_TjL A to on no unc take one people will Jon in in a time to ami all read iliin bunk will time has For in MAP AND 41 New M. tiro 00� 1. r. St i T. M. I lii J. J. A. P. J. L. In Cornor of nnO W. and Gin furnished nt d. O. * AND BRASS FOUNDERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF STEAM SAW MILL AND OIN BRASS IRON 4e. fa for Iron null lor AIL JOB WORK And SATISFACTION and 32d most to point foolish and ambitious M to the Tui of the i rue aim or Tlic committee on the Texas frontier and n t ev for their lingers and tin ir | and show Und willinS on l to such loans to parties The in an article on the culture of We lind by the Agricultural and from the lives like buds before they bios Precocious children may be everywhere seen in our wind mid doubted whether could stop as it mid gambling will always on- Several objected to sys business of j The of life pursued tern of in by there I nil only mi can ( Il will be remembered lhat some A golden w j was and robbed u wealthy planter in Hour was from a whom he had by In whose they Downey lias since leaving a anil tnd honey ' a-1 Conn. The New V oik Ti lues says On last two provincial arrived iu ibis city and on board the canal boat which plies between this ami had a interview with John a which resulted iu his leaving his work and tile lo New stated to I a friend before leaving that he i 1 was in trouble about the 1 the which was found beside the deceased (i M tide has still a 1 been to his in 1 he as is but that he could tl ' W unci iu 1 J | lit si in I low jn Ill also diei hi and ehi 1111 in t r 111 i s - 11 i 11 1'i.r l lie purpose i to a of as well .is i 11i ' 11 111111'. i III a ] e made t ors ly | - il l a i ion v. h hi Is 1 11-a in ill 1 i 111. 1 11! and ii ill le - t (i I he 1111 prove he hud received it from a man named some nine and had sold il shortly after to a man w lie believed to be now residing in Since left the direct heaid from but private sources it has been a mined that lie and s are on the track of the last of the weapon u cut short the eccentric raising sumac and preparing it. j by many parents tends to the the trade is meat this glowing rapid it being found we can raise a superior article iu regard so if not of quantity to that produced in the source of the principal supply of the world of this valuable and tho merchants of engaged in the Minnie trade have given instructions their agents in the States to purchase that raised iu Virginia to supply the of the supplies heretofore obtained from The analysis is sold in one eome an there is in tho majority report A of the two varieties is the managers of ing the of the | sou of Tom The Sa club of London gave Mark Twain a brilliant A private letter giving mi account of it forty were including some of the most brilliant literary tho with Twain and iin M. P. on the guest of Mr. editor and Near Ki. October 13. by sat Watts the I Andrew and October 17. A who pat in Communist in has to tho and made a that bo was tin accomplice of who murdered an entire family near An examination bowed man to be of sound U. Ax 0I.O3B, BRO. & GALVESTON STEAM ENGINE WORKS BUck 18, AND 19th and keep on roBM 10 to 100-horbb IRON AND BRASS SHAFTING AND MILL HEARING SUGAR AND SORGHO ETC. Especial Attention givon to or Flouring Repairing of nil Of Machinery promptly done at 30nabk Anil attention to crockert cra w. f. principle in as | tho artist 8and....-...... 80 Vegetable 0P.50 in trade in has been of late and is an im revenue into the Since the war there has been at least sixty thousand dollars year Henry hi other of Rose The Lotus Club of New York whs represented by Henry Arthur and one or two On the of Tractarianism into Hie full choir service had been established iu mi church Will Mil tin's in i; M Till I that hope ol a ' e V H 11 i t ( ' In I heir dies or sections roots j musical at the the The cultivation is simply to keep down The roots should be planted iu the and when the leaves are mat say in and the leaves dried in the air i i 111ni:iii' care they do not gvl letter tho en route evv there had then been - - J I In and I 1 | ol let VI cen I h Ile Oil ' l t t line ut whom were buys iu from nine tn twelve and conic to i rv ider the I of t heir i to lie line manly set ol teli after their intended l. celt ill for m. have w ill l I a to the w illi all I I iu the A 1 to In- seni out i ( a tii i in a ' la v with nee t iin e ' In lii hi el i 11 a ui l. ha v i i i 1 aiv civ part of the Tbe Liverpool have announced their decision as to the hours at which public houses j be Tin up was very anxious tt a favorite female servant of the a of the Old should have an opportunity of hearing Accordingly she very kindly took her down to church in the ou asked her what she of the etc. it's verm verra but eh my it's fin way of spending the Two lines i of steamships will soon between one two tuc hours should he t a. and the vessels i to 11 v. m. ou week days 1 to i y. m. and ii to on This is the first fruits of the new i acts in The C - The Indians number and in fee best land ' the on tbe in the lianos Stales .in 11i. 11 aic an- Siaa le i than I I hey will and will stop at ami other Future colonists to Liberia will have lo -o hy 1)1 tlie lino of road from Fort to ou tho Gila about 400 18. Cotton Orleans und export 14,(K)0. NEW October 18, Gold cloned at 113. Good 18}o, Low Middling Middling Texan 20c; sales for export 1044 to spinners 1U1U sales for future delivery 1'utureu for October November 18�(j. New October 18 to 75, family to Com 64 to Oats limit 10; Hay Pork 2& for 8J, Vi to 10c; Lard 9 to 10c, Hi to 111c; Molasses new fair 05c, 14^ to W AD YE s IN with an order of Hit ot nt tho 1S72, I hereby lo Unit I will sell nt in frunt of in un the DAY OF 10 A. in 148, with a rnr lire to ol an I nro soM for tbe R. A. of Francis 1)1(1 way of her s -i tlic i is a perfect rapid A the No. 20. The nf nil persons in A ni of iho of K ECK tur tho of LOUIS Filial | fur in the of I will he nn at the tonn f snid on tho I 1S72, j in the city of 1 ttt time in lied to secure nml malic Clerk the I ' i. in v 't u I t f I ii I at lav nl A. t- 1*. c e 1V-' S. Dcp av I v ii 11/ W. Finn and MA JL KINK on Liberal any other good and if ram AND TRUST or CI CASH A 1JV1NIS.S. upon by without 1JIIYS AND 1 X HODS TON other in nml n NEW NKW and nt lowest of T. H M K. K of J k A Civ. N. at J. Jockos of W. A J. M. 4 Co. V. L. of A F. of F. A W. A S. S 4k Co. A. of Kory A Bro. A. Morgan h. uf uf A it. ARTHUR T. ' B. R. LAW I 13. 3. K. T. to applications from partira In tlic rlor of Local anJer the of tbe THE LARGEST STOCK EVER to too South now in store und at the lowest possible Assorted Crates for the Country Trade on 1200 90 And other Goods in our Goods fully A. C. A nov 19tf A. H. A. A. BALDINGER & Cr ruer Mechanic and Silver-Plated LAMPS AND Wood und Willow 0YS AND FANCY ARTICLES Have always on huud a full STONE and WAKE for Hotel or Pressed and Cut niJd Lard and Lain of nil janl TEXAS MUTUAL No. 172 AUTHORIZED Capital paid up and 31)9,* 1 of Units A B. R. of IS. R & Gal. JAMKS J. M. President Bank of M. V. of T. 11. JL 4 Co. A C. of J. L. A. C. McKoen A HENRY A. J. of Dewey * 1). of A 3'. V. J. V. E. Uf A T. ot A having in witb tbe trW of is A 1S78. are noir are solicitous of The Directors are in the munity for their and which is a lie will ht oh thai of those it will be well taken JAMBS li Vive SAMUEL BOYER D JOHN E. General Stale No. 173 MOUND CITY CO MP Att V OF ST. MO. JAMES 3. 0'FALL0X,...i...........PT�.si1R.i,ti A. M. A. n. C. Q. S. W. y. W. E. James H. A. A. A. B. M. C. S. A. en of i ' into the ot I; is 1 of every - worth i. lur - eil vv h. ' 1. L.s. BATHS AT HOUSTON MERCURIAL etc intended to visit the Hot imun Iv Dr. M. PERL'S It IAN and Ho of and traveling of tUC for 25'.h the will In open for Ladies exclusively on TUESDAY and Till OA from 1 of une 1110 0|iiiii
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