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Galveston Tri-Weekly Civilian (Newspaper) - February 10, 1873, Galveston, Texas 2iA I W. H. J. H. * 0�. font eeri Wfit east attat tow a ily 4lx erery fly Mail Out ft. 4* 0/ Mf oar he if er Off mXm wheat IM teWf be tmi I mi tHe ud many twit of do not white trot Mi have to Mis mentors of Art about toe or to df have tiff w * FEBRUARY 8, 1878. ITT ON k 4,. The In tbe Senate before there wits a long discussion on the subject ut the investigation conduct of Col. the State School the question being as to whether the by the committee should bo private or Yesterday the Senate engrossed a repealing the law allowing parties to testify in their owu The Finances constituted the leading question in the House of this There was quite an animated on the reported from the Finance requiring the Treasurer to receive State warrants from sheriffs in the settlement of their indebtedness to the in which Messrs. Anderson of Smith of Colorado and others Finally the was in definitely The paucity of funds in the Treasury appears to embarrass * a good prospect conld be seen of immediate The Finance Committee reported a in favor of raising means meet the liabilities of the Slate bonds in New The Finance Committee reported a substitute for a enforcing settlements of accounts by The special order wus the report of the Finance Committee as to the payment of accounts at the by paying in State Yesterday the resolution was laid on the which defeats it for the A message was received from the enclosing a report from the International and Pa. informing the that they are proceeding to meet the requirements of their W. of made a powerful speech against railroad and denouncing the of conferring extraordinary powers and privileges on private n not tut ii a to t hope that that will tarn a of in. ii eitr to the appeal snd is greatly hae been to it ii Ws The knut 1 point tiw atul mada to lhal from to she T KT i A P If ffi which the i. ' and have during the Ukst and Cape the on she brought by the - The Cubans in the Eastern ami ly to are be aver Oie mmm m af but they no longer Jostle each or the halls and lobbies of the it is well thai it is no to attempt to use money ns a means of procuring But this is 1191 what we started to We intended to that our regular Austin is engaged in preparing a brief Mog of the leading members for the Many of them are men Who have served the state in past whose names and deeds deserve to on We publish the first of the series brief notice of Hon. D. K. M. the veteran Speaker of the House of short account of Hon. John Henry a gentleman well remembered by many poet in a few days to have a similar notice of the distinguished Speaker of the to be followed by until we have given all at least a The of tbe newspapers of the country afford the best material for the coming and it is the duty of the press to place on record such regarding men and as may enable the coming generations to read aright the history of Tli o Tensas J 0 u rual i a forms ns 1 list a rare sight for this latitude was observed on the Mississippi from Thursday morning till Friday at ten Almost the entire surface of the river was covered with cakes of floating some of them pretty Vessels arriving report ice in the Gulf thirty or forty miles from the mouths of the At Philadelphia the city council has appropriated half a million in aid of the centennial A for u million more is pending iu the Pennsylvania - The old war correspondent of the now one of the editors of the is now on a visit to Galveston in the interest of that lively Eli T- of and Albert M. recently Collector of Customs at have been appointed special Treasury Judge Sabin and Mr. Isaac who have been sick for some are Bishop Wiley has selected a location at Austin for tbe erection of a college for the benefit of the colored in Iowa has Fly with a a lowu named rold mine in it. Shoo Thomas F. had the pleasure of meeting the veteran Texan who bears this well known during a flying trif greatly saddened disease and time hare left their marks on his robust frame Mr. McKinney was one of the founders of and the enterprise and perseverance of the firm of which he was a leading did more that any other business establishment in building up and sustaining the infant Many men still liv who d their early success business to his generous many have passed upon whose wants and sufferings bis charity fell like But it was not Galveston slone which first felt tbe influence of his energy and boldness as a public-spirited and influential To the Arm of & more than to any other establish the infant Republic of Texas was indebted for and in the desperate gle with which terminated in the of Texas That firm crippled and well bankrupted itself by turning over to the young government all its menus and Many years afterward some of their claims was made by the Govern and the actual amount of their claims was made by the gov and the actual amount oi their advances liquidated in which were of but little value because they were forced to part with them at nominal Mr. is now infirm and in straitened The interest of the advances to the between the time they were made and the settlement by the government would have amounted to some sixteen but was never The last legislature attempted to an act him the interest on this say six dollars a year during the continuance of his but the finally failed to become a Without regard to the business and equitable character of his he deserves the fostering care of the State in his old age for the valuable service he rendered to the government in its early straggle for Many still live who remember both the benefits he conferred and tbe losses and disasters be sustained in He is now in in need of and a grateful people should see that his last days are not embittered by both want and lie I cannot long iu any 1 in etery direction tmd annoy the Spanish the she took out W Bay a number of ing house who took their shanties and supplies with This etort to reform the islanders does riot appear likely to be so well The Tribune has private advices from the West Indies of a new movement of the insurgents in San which it may prove not only to President Baez but to the infant colony of The two revolutionary have hitherto been hostile toward each but have now a conference at and it is their with the assistance of the to begin a vigorous and united campaign against The Samana Bay Company is warned that jf it soon hears bullets whistling along its boundary there be no taken with the United States Prisoners iu Northern Texas are rather fastidious iii regard to The Cleburne Chronicle says that a man named who had been tried and convicted of murder in Collin and whose case had been taken to the Supreme on the 3rd of January broke jail at went to gave has been in jail since that time at He did not like the fare at the McKinney and concluded to try some Jail are getting to be rather particular as to where they should The Danbury says of is in the Bridgeport A nice he is. Here Danbury has gone to work at great expense to build a handsome brick with hot and cold and and put a pinnacle and French roof on and done everything possible to furnish it with tbe comforts of a and this this man who pretends to be a Dan. and liave the interest of bis town at goes off to a rival That's a brilliant way to encourage heme that 1b ba February 7. The 0100110* in of 1 in Ion in John Forts the Liberal tharo are unit 21 tbe There ninch A curious ease came before the Supreme Conrt in last One J. was brought up on and it appears that he had been committed on execution judgment having been obtained by default against him of a promissory It was amply shown that net also called was tbe At the same time tbe declared himself Why did not tbe prisoner who received the and defend when the action was As be did not do he was suffering the consequence of his own The said that he would try to think of some way legally to release the wrong John We hope he but at present we see of 00 way of getting him out except by an act of the The Abbatte Franz Lisst a visit to bis native The farmhouse in which he first saw the light is still The Abbatte retains a vivid recollection of his and pointed out to those who accompanied him tbe in which he let off some gunpowder he had stolen from his a freak by which he scorched his face He also pointed out the room in which his piano Ou this instrument he learned not being able to span ten notes with his little played with his nose the note he ould not otherwise The once little village lad has certainly fulfilled the prophecy uttered by a rustic who ou will Franky will be a great iu a carriage some In the ahe mid with the great will for ihe of OU tbe eaat of Af are with bur of the of tbe Czar toward will arbitrate between England aud Portugal relative to the of sooth coast of ia proper to basteo the payment the Alabama When tie reading of tbe Queen's the Earl of rose and the in He their on the removal of the luna standing with the United 8tat�s. Iu to tbe Eastern declared the would deal with It decisive and at the tine because England with regret the of whose further movement would tend to a diminution of the harmony which has long prevailed between the two Lord seconded tbe motion for the address jo a short Tbe Earl of denied that the Government should congratulate itself ou the the San aud Alabama and maintained that there woe a vast difference between what was contended for iu 1864 and the absolute surrender of 1ST*. Earl Granville the course of the Government in bringing about the settlement of the Alabama and Cairns d discussion on the Geneva the latter held that the rules ns adopted were aud liable to The Lord Chancellor deprecated tbe course the debate had aud defended tbe rules adopted by Geneva - to tbo spirit the it liad been He observed that the speech from tbe throne made uo reference to the This was especially to be regretted at this when desertions were more frequent than The motion for the to tbe was It ia SUB and i will afford lo visit and tber If the programme tbe will be tbe largest ever got np in this 11m February 6-l�oon. frem the of the and El Paso ia State 10 ur say ml AN la aid PR A H u. \i of 11.0 o. Vf R. an o I t ilo 6fit IW 12 mi uf land ia BarrU inbA JiTi of laad ta of imm to j. of a far of a this yoo lo tie If aay they befers Ihe Term of to be at iba Coast 0 Virata at 1 the Slates Mall and Kx at with Iba H. a S. A. H. 11. for end the W at t at 9.10 a. Train I to pa at and Mixed at SilO a. fur at all Train at 1 P. ' Taking from arriving at Houston at 4:60 Laava at A. Taking from H. A T. connecting at with 0., H. A 8. A. R. arriving at at 11 a. connecting with the Morgan 8ta*msn. Train at T. M Taking from the and 0root and Ihe H. a T. C. R and arriving at at 10:15 r. Train at ailO r. with the H. A 8. A. train at ny Train leave at 10 Bensten Union Depot at 8:30 P.M. ' for Honiton and Northern R. R. take the 7 a. a. from P for and the via 0., H. A 8. A. R the 7 train from and the 8 a. a. train from leaves for n. at 8:30 B. fobS If - 7. Tbe editor of a newspaper baa been sentenced four article entitled Battle with God's February 7. The Sub Credit Committee's investigations show a profit on contract so far as it appeared on tbe books dividend of 139,664.960 96 on atook and bonds at 94, 8W. 135 48. It is tomorrow will the before the Com in it te ou and The Impression that tbe tion will be decided by a new Tbe report of tbe on to lbs bUl to relieve tbe passed and goes to the Tbe relieving ft T. 0/ The on to tbe bankrupt law to Senate with a few verbal Tbo tbe report It provides fee the build eight not to exceed C. thai contestant of from South gets for ' Thirty thousand dollars have appropriated fur tbe investigation 0/elections ip Louisiana ani The hill for bridging the at Memphis wm The appropriation was Au amendment excluding the carrier system to cities of twenty sand inhabitants waa INTERNATIONAL AND 337 COMPLETED AND IN OPEN TO ALL THE GULF To and tha all rail route to the Stats of OP Oa and after FEBRUARY 18Ti, 8 TWO TRAINS a Will leave Sundays EXPRESS A 13* For Wa } As. at for aad this train slose with J train for THIRD MONDAY IV 187S, A D. application will be hy Slid Io JOHNSON Clark of Coart of hereto mj and aSs the baal of said of A. D. 1873. Clark D. O. By E. S. Deputy A lioe 1 Sharif By P. i m I j tab the IN Of of the existing City approved January 1171 and the action of tbe Board of an FOR MAYOR AND TWELVE ALDERMEN Ii hereby ordered to take in the City of 00 tbe THIRD MONDAY IN 18T3. Every not by who have attained the age ol twenty-one aud la entitled to vote lor ot the Legislature this and it duly shall have resided within tbe of for twelve months next thall ba entitled to rota for Mayor and Alderman ot that no person belonging to tha army or navy of 0nited thall be no Tha raid Election aball be bold la each cf tbe four wards of oa the day above and the Polls be opened from 8 a. a. to If o'clock end from 1 o'clock r. to o r. n at the ing and under the following named Pi eliding Ward J. C. Presiding Second Conrt F. Presiding Third I. Presiding Presiding There be by tbe tame votert who elect the three Aldermen from ward of the and every qualified vo ter io the ward where ha be entitled to eatt 01.0 ballot for three csn or two or three any one candidate for City Tide Art. 8, 1.] ALBERT 80VERVILLE, fob i Dtf FOR 8ALB. o NE SHAKE GALVESTON CITY CO To be in Fractional SAM MA Dtf Rea Batata MORGAN una TO 9:30 it ACCOMMODATION At 8:0*1 P. M For and Intern rjIT at 7:00 a. for and NBW 7. Two firemen were fatally and seriously by the falling walla of A King's Nkw 7. At a meeting of the Chamber of meroe acknowledging tbe success to science by the Into Com. and expressive of sympathy with his ware 8tarra. Vicar General of the Dio is Tbe recovery of ex-Mayor of is who killed ia still at He ia guarded and will be taken to tbe if well The District Attorney has taken measures to prevent the release of Simmons ou An amusing not down ou the recently took place at tbe Hartford Opera Two of the actors came upon the one of them ire first upon the February 7. Preparations for the festivities have been wade on an extensive scale by the mystic The Memphis tbe and the Grand large been rj 7. The block occupied by the Union and tbe Mutual Life wus The printing y A Pi y. St. February 3. a letter from City to fress Now and te aad UNION Stigos connect at Crockett at for Athens list st Troupe for at NEW ORLEANS BRASHEAR Ann AND TEXAS SIX MAILS A WEEK THE following new and Iron leave Salvation at Steamer MONDAYS aad at 8 P. M. Steamer and at 8 P.M. 8teamer CITY of Matter BUND AY fc and at 3 P. M. Carrying and and connecting in New Orleans with routea North and on flan tr at- FALL AND of tba Latest la as aad LINENS aad WHITS 000D8,X and aad aor and RAX Stf EL aad at te them Tbe tbs A Mo. Iff L New CORNER OF and Retail Dealer la FOREIGN AND D DRT 000D9 PLANTATION MATTINGS AND CURTAIN AND RETAIL 197 MARKET bai a rau or maom to HATS AND BOOTS AND CARPET TRUNKS 6 1 9, W. sod Gin at Low mill LEE I- for for st Jewett for at Marshall for Jefferson 1 at for Butler and For rates and further apply to 1 H. M. Goal Goal Freight tf No. 71. Stars or Io the Court 1 February of J A. D. 1873. Batata of ALLEN The State of to tbo Sheriff or any of YOU are hereby commanded to give notice to all pern one In the of tbe of ALLEN by of thia writ at leant onoe a week for three weekt in a newspaper printed lo the that B. R. Davit and John the Executors of taid have Sled an account in tne Court of which will be acted on at tue next term of laid commencing on the THIRD MONDAY in 1873, at ihe Court Houte in tbe city of at time all interested in Estate uay appear and mike objection Herein fail spd due return make of thil how you executed tbe JOHNSON Clerk of tbe District Conrt of 1 Given under my hand and teal L. 8. V of taid at this seventh J day of February A D. 1874. JOHNSON Clerk D. C. U. C. By S. S. A true 1 JOB Sheriff OF GALVESTON held fjr tale by owners or inak nj Purchasers Bud it to their interact by applying to SAM tf Roal I AND NBW TOI REGULAR CONSISTING of tbe lag named Si CITY OF Rowland Captain CITY OF Captain W. Captain CITY OF SAN Capt One of the above Steamers leave New York for regularly every and for New York every or sooner If Steamer OF Will sail direct on 8ti, 1879 J. C H. A 00., US New * 00., I BON AUD BRASS AND MANUFACTURERS OF STEAM SAW r. AND OIN ind IRON attention te far Iran Frame aad far ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK Aad SATISFACTION aad 3sM maris THE REGULAR la this Ia will commence on tbe Third with full corps of Students ean at any Lectures and Private Instruction 11 be given free until the regular coarse 00m For further apply to tbs GREENSVILLE M. Dean of Avenue L and 224 St. thb No. 13. OP ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN tha Guardianship of tbe Estate of HOB RBT a DAVID Guardian of ths Estate of the minor has filed hit Annual in the Court of which will be acted on at tbe next term of taid commencing on tbe THIRD MONDAY IN 1873, at the Conrt Honss in the of st which time all perrons 1 io taid may appear and make objection A JOHNSON Cle k of ths District Court ol Galveston f - K ander my hand snd Seal of eaid at this 22d day - A. D. 187.1 JOHNSON Clerk 1'. G. C. Per K. S. Deputy A true I Jug 6herifl of W. of A STEAM ENGINE WORKS Black BETWEEN 18tb AND and keep on hand 10 to IKON BRASS ANaV MILL SUGAR SORGHO ETC. attention Us eon off Flouring of all kindt of dene at * P. THIS LINIMENT has a where H let been most eases require an seoh as sad af the pain and la the bask bitat of eld sores fever swelled palely ef white all suit sore We dally hear ef the Most on by this snd nothing in that there bos bean Its canal as a for We assert that 1� will euro any ease ef tweeny In or big wind tors snd bos never failed to care poll ring bone snd When ased in the according to snd given internally with tbe It harmless bat certain remedy for not fail to give it a only a order to protect ths against all the genuine will have a private United S tales revenue stamp graved expressly for which stamp will bi found on the wrapper tbe cork of every It represent a horse held by a imd is encircled by the F. Brown's Young For tale Wholesale by R. F. And all in noSO DAw 4m at PURCHASE A QUANTITY OF T t STEAM Inquire at PRESS dtf A. P. A PUTS 0OTTAOB, AND oa affording for for ou sear litb fur SAM jelO f cal Estate Bisbe
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