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   Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - November 19, 1867, Galveston, Texas                                ESDA ST. NOVEMBER ri'KE CITY. fii'sd Udo'.plio WolfVs nclvcrliscmcnls iu this clay's paper. Till' vessel yor- tt-rtl.iy nnd tho theatrical com- of the Messrs. Orcenvrali Las at last -.-rivi'J. To-morrow1 fligbt we wiil Jiavo Thore wa? a number of p r.r. who were brought tip to by.thu steain lighter Lovalist. Sj-no of lire curious people. new retorcls in ;i ilay or two. Tho gns works ftt vrt'.-i'nt nre sufTicient to lipht tho city un- (.Ttlin.iry folks retire to their beds, oth- t u-iiHake notice that tremendous cflbrts arc bi-inj: made to prepare thu works for all hands with light from iJt-wy t-ve" to "rosy morn" or foggy inorn iliL1 c.ise limy be. S. S. Clinton in onter- '.In- bay yestorday got aground at the The lide was very low and so until lute in tho eveDiog, nt wlii'.-h tin-1-' the vi-jfcjiil was still motionless. probably be up to tho wharf this invraitiK. will leave for Indianoln tliis REVIEW. ttALVKUTOS, Monday, -Nov. IS, 18117. have been paying Stilling at ISO. The ilamaiid has iiotbceit apirUoJ nnil gold ir.ay fit the close bo quotcd.cflsy Qt 133X. SI rate with bankers. aclUuc atUTc.' U ouly n light enquiry" at" COTTOflf COKCIiUlS'EKO THE ING. OP THE ASSEB5UKKT AKD OF COTTON UNDER B11.L8 OF LA-' DING'. i: previous nitce: ttewYork Sight New Nuw OH mis Smiic, (cur'cy) Huw Orleans AMI Tvlio I'.ud inclination to fish and tine opportunity for Tifd-'S Eiud. Icffffod fin rniuisifion. and we obsorve mlH-rs of clucks, vlniap nud fat, viiiriit in by wmiry huntsmou. It is Mht-u-.'-e ti'.ts.Hi for caJcbinir sheep- (Uli in these waters. THK r-Vn-.v-.vKi. ?AN vw-' -t' c.irrit-il up to Market in the "cm her Captain assisted by liis small crew succeeded in for- her back into dt-t-p water, and hns overljfU'.U'il aud repaired her thor- '.'.L'Uly, and she is now new as ever, -Mi-.nch and On thu of this flu.' snUs lor Tuscan, awarding'nl] ar. (.'xcellcul chance to visit mails for New Or- as advertised by tho iu tbe Bulletin, will bo matte 1 oV'ook M., ou Sundays, Mon- vl.-.y.-. nnd Fridays, nijjht tho ftincy of Mr. on Market street, was f d Ironi the rt'ar. by burglars, and a i.: gobbled up by the enter- ropiifS. Taking tbe plunder into back yard, they inspected each time and fjund only one worth taking R-n-'.iv. Tbe rest were left lyiDg1 open in n :nv where the examination had been Tiii. Niiw POLICE Edward ttit1 new military nppointc-o to oflice of Cbicf of Police of this uity, was installed Sunday cr 3Ionday morning. lie makes nochnuge th- police force, "vvliicli is driili-d t-ilicient. Us appears to bo a s-j' [-possessed ijentlenian, and, ve ;i not, if be lias a fair share of tlie vim cT bis predecessor, will be generally ac- Crftable. trnst the of the Police inspired in tbe minds of rogues and niglit liRwks generally, by ex-Police Chief, Perry, will be fully maintained by the new Chief. shall pleasure in recording his success. Josiah Tuylor, a prom- :aent merchant of our city, returned on Sunday. Also, Mr. Clinton Wells, of the knon-a firm of "U'oJston, V-Jor. Yesterday Mr. Kory, of the clothing of Finberg and Kory returned ac- hyhls wife. Also, Mr. J. L. Nov 18-S S MalflRonte. Alklwon, S S Gulf City. Stewart, Now York Brariienr Sloop Sun oftho Air, OchlglcwlcU Sell Dexter HurkncsB, Suh Amos Somora, tit in Fort. S S Stirtla Ifarlha, Sinclair, JNCW Orleans Steamer K Henri, Sinclair, T 11 Mcilahuu Co, on the llats Ship Neptune, Uerdes, Bremen BARKS. Iloro, Samuel, L'rcrnool WalUT, l.ibby, N V Hark Diar.n, Sclgnur, Bremen, IfjjrkJris, ScbutlL-, Brcinon, Vurtuna, UrLincii O W Itosuvclt, lliimmou. N Y Galvtwtou, Parker, N Y Hark Jasper. Avury, New York Herbert, Smith, W Atlams, at anchor in the outer roads Hark Add held, Klilere, St Thomas Hosnmond, Uaimnon, N Y Kirk Palace, JleJmyre, ing for Liverpool at BI.I03. Galveston, Mcrrymfm, Iluiid- ley Jtco, lujudto Eclipse, Bnrtlctt, Klq Janeiro JyjaratL'la, Williams, Kio de Janeiro ifc co ajjrouud Jces'ca, Mclutosh, Liverpool, T I! McMtihim Aco, Mary 12 Ltii'.d, Mom-ll, Y Lcuisnrd Hicks, Uoston Alice Scott, Liverpool ;a, New York, J s dcilcra A Co Asimu. Internal Ktueti; ...Waeblngtoii, ticpLembei ClmsIffCaUlon of Cotton. For the more convenient 'co't-. ton for. tmnsportation, it-niuy 'oo classified nij it ct. prom, follows: ct. prom, j Class A, consisting of all .cotton upon Trhiclii a tax ia P0l'd; P'nsB cotton roioovcd from dia-- N trict of proiluction to another district without- paymout'of tiis; Class C, cotton removed from j one point to another in Iho district of produs- tion before payment of tax. Cotton should ho 1 described by these designations in hills of hid- ing, uinnifests, wnybills and permits. ArronniM to fee krpt wlili producers or Cotton. Each Assessor is required to keep an account with each producer of cotton in liis district, Cleared shniJnr lo tho nccoiinf kept will) manufacturers Sav S Mntngordn, Atkinson, Urnahear 706 produced hy them inonlhly. SSMorcitu, Luwif, I3nwhuar WH I Account will bo debited with tlio number Sloop Sun oftho Air, OchiglcwicU 13 and weight of bales of cotton, weighed and 277 mnrfccii for ouch prodr.oor or owner, and must iocludo 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 irntl shnH 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 delivcml Lo any m.-inufueturcr or inannfacturing company for consumption in the dislriet. Places for Ac. 321 The places already designated r.re n? follows: gi TEXAS. Pirst Cnlveston, Sabtne I Pass. Sceund Widkcr's Sta- pg- i tion, Urenham, Chappoll Hill, Allcyton, Kiiglu Lake, East Uornarcl. Matngordaj Luvuca, In- -157 i diaucln, Ifcmpslead, San lrolipo, VicU-rin. Loclcliiirt, Uaalrop, Austin, Caldwcllj Cnmeron, Tourth Creek, Jcfleraon, Mar- shall, Ilethuny, !Magnolia. 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 o.vpcnsojj of Die oflicors who do tlio work. It is pn-sutncd Unit those expenses can bo rondily ngruod upon by tlio parties, but in case of nn r.p- penl mny bo taken to :Jic Commissioner. In no cnse, Lowovcr, must an Dtliccr dcclico or delay to do tho work because of such disagreement. When cotton is weighed at such tlio services of a regularly npnohitod ivcigher may bo dispensed with, provided the of tho cotton provides for tho performance of nil the irmmial labor conuecicd ircigliing' and marking. Jn all cases the Assist- ant Assessor, must see tho cotton weighed and marked, and must keep a record of tho weights. marks, and t'uc mime of tbo owner or person go for whom it was weighed. I Assessors ivcd Collectors, as well as producers, 8-1 owners, or hokk'ra of cotton, will note thut the weighing and marking of this article, as herein j provided, does not Ciiuso tho tax to accrue and become payable immediately thereafter. Cotton can lie held within .the li-.iiUs of district bales, toother copy of thilr Manifest j' or wny far ai the to oitton :m account of- wbleh must btr-hcpt by Assos- as hiirbinbcfore Section 4 of'Jaly 13; ro- quires that.cottpii remoycd without pnpajmcnt the to. the'ipollector of arriral at. 'its point of 'duUutimr awlUhmll, reibwin lubj- ,joct to hia any necessity of 'Liavo bconvpaid be miide .i' from the.dute of the permit Assessor fer, the removal of the ititbin. granted by t! cotton. Wken Tux Is District Commission. and Cotton 'factors, Strong, 74 Carondclot street. HcwlttL Norton co., Stock Laadluc, ftT Kice, Sb Natchoa st. ft firoth cr, 133 QraTio r at and Liquor Merchants. d. WJtco -BatSwrt, Vt Dry 'GoodB. W Oomuion at Bead'afc Hunt, Boots and shoes 43 Old Levee at Halltr, i yillot Ne-wi York. NEW YORK HOTEL, t 72i! Broadway; -NK--W YOR-K-, A CO., lorm'criy of the St. .'O., Proprietors.. J. J. JAMESON, Jauics Vf iff. Ilickman, Judlftiioia, in dbtrcsa Mary  Bockmnn st scmcvAin: SCHNAPPS are coed for nil kidney and bladder complaints. CONSIQKMENTSorCotton, Wotl, llidee, solicHud. Liberal advances u-ill cu made oil aH consignments to our address, by mir fricnda J. L. 4ft A. C. Slcliocn ifc Co., Galvcator, Texas. HELPING, KEITIIl CO., Amcrlcnn and 80 Lombard Street, LONDON, E. C, Dealers in Exchange, V. S. Bonds and att American tieciiritiest Orders for American or European Products Promptly- Executed. i Liberal Advftncc-s Mnac on Approved1 Consiffn- in cuts. Circulars (published weekly) Forwarded ou Ap- IlOHSton Direct Co. SPECIAL NOTICE IS bcrelty given, tlisit the Houston Direct Navi- gation Company, as fmretoJ'ore done, con- Hr.ueto receive Cotion from Uie nuilrondf here and at Ilarrisburg, and deliver iliu aainc at, Ual- vualun, for Per Bale, in Currency, To include c.ll intermediate expenses, sncli as Jdljor, From these rates no deviation will be made. No charges !'or drnyasu will be made on freight dclivort-d at Houston Tor thu iJitenor. JOHN II. STEifRETT. Superintendent. Houston, Texas, Oct. 21.1S67. ocldldiwljm BASTRO V MI LIT AIIY IN'STIT UTE. Stock in tlie Houston aim GalvtiaUu Wharf nod PiCFdCornDtiny, Prcrahims m course ofcoUection, 1'urciturc, TticUoanlorDircctoiB liave resolved todocltrc a. Scrip Dividend of Twenty-Five per cent. OK the net owned parifcipatinjr prcmiamc the ycmr endinj; Bvptembiir IsL 18C7. for wldch eertilicateB will be issued on and nfler the let. day of Noi'tan- ber, 1? a dividend of Ten per cent, lo the stockholders of the Company, which will be creti- iicd to them and endorsed ou Uieir Stock Notes J. S. SKLLEHfl, President, ii, Vice Pre'clQcnt CiiAH. Secretwy. Hoard of Directors: J. S.Sellers. T. Jiradv, A. J. Wani, J. 1J. atiropshire, Josiah Taylor. J. C. ti J. M.. Swisber, J. C. M. Koppcrt K. S. Uolliac, n. wnif. Chax. Vidor, JE. T. Dentow. r-arlied elTeclini: insurance ivith this Company will have the option between return In cash of Fillevn ceau or a participation in the annual SCIJD dividend. HcnaOdtwly A. M. nojjBir........B, n. POBT..........i. n. cox. 110 B Y It POST, 170 filrauS, POST IIOBBV, No. 1S3 Grarlia- NEVT OmLSiire, COSCailSlON AXD FACTORS ALL busincps to the above bonsce wili uieet oct-24 Guncral Passenger Agent. QL aplOdlj- Gsn'J Southern ,.s. 00CST6X PASSEKGKK nwwtMfc dfcj-B P. M_ MU- F. of BtAftCF Tor Ikvonrnie. UJtrlia. Wmeo, WaiflSatclilc, DaHas, JklcKlnney-atKl CUckrriUp. ut fTta-wota with "diUy >twe I Joe Anderson aud UnntcviUc, byJSe tri- weeUr Itoe to I'alcftims licodtt- ton, Tyler. Mmrehali, Jcffcrvon and CoottecUns with Go. railroad train fur Chappell HiU tuid Bie Thence by daily tUce to Bcnnd Tcp, La 'S Butron, Connecting at Auion wim te Gcorpjtouu, Jtclton aud ffaco, itwrailiK Co New I5rauufele aud t-an Autoulo. Retazninp, MUlian dally A. St. (Sundays arriving in ton i it with trua tor BBf- chucked ffoio. OIL road. G.JL.BUBTTUX, MeWIe Great Rwllerm plication. dtw3raTV2t (AgcaL for Maun it Co., Xcw DEALEII Is BEN STONES, COTTON AND WOOL FACTOH, Receiving, Forwarding and General Commission .Merchant, Brculin.ro, "iVnsIiliiston Co., Texas, ree, junlSdtwCm plicaot. with tho permit, a number of me tali Vo. any at placo of destication as hereinafter lircctcd. If tho transportation company named n the application is kaotrn to tho Assessor or Assistant Assessor to bo responsible, ho Trill grant a permit. Assessors Permit for Ucnoral of Coll-on. The applicant, havlug received the permit, must dclivsi- it, together ivith tho mctalio tags, Iwhen tho latter are not fastened to D the transportation company, and said toin-i jaoy must carry and deliver said tags, (when pcrmitt and as hcrci.naftor directed. The consignor of the cotton shipped tinder :his permit must obtain from the transporta- .ion company duplicate bills of lading, in sub- stantially the fc'HowiDg form, viz BILL OF TiADING. ...............................188 Jleceircd permit Assessor of Internal Revenue for the dis- trict of the State of of cotton, i weighing......... pounds, marked and 'bearing or accompanic-J by, as the case may be, metallic tags, marked Letter P. O.Box, No. SS51. New Orleans. Professional Cartlt. Eallingor ,Iact, Lawyers, PoetofUco ct Country. John K Blnrket st Cmwlord, G W Strand Chaa Jones, John B G A JWof, MnrcoB lavn'cr. Tremont et. Phil not, U V ,Ryan, Tdos, P., attorney. Strand. Thompson. Leslie Postoffice Waul, TN Strand Brj an, Louia A., physician, Tremont st, DoivuiJ, Dr GreensyiJle 30th etrect. Dr L Dentist, Tiemont 3t tow'a drag etore, Towacy Banna, pnyeicians, cor Poatofflce A Tremont. numbers to.... to to bo delivered at Collector of Internal Kevonuo of tbo 'district of the State of t together with tho said perroitof said Assessor, [and tbo accompanying metallic tags, if the said Collector to" deliver eaid cotton" to j on payment of tho tax id chargr.? thereon. (Signed) JVetght Agent. It will be tho duty of tbo consignor of the cotton. to obtain tbo duplicate bilU of Indingj and bind or send UK'TI, to the Ausca- aor who issued the; permit; and said Asswsor will fcecp one copy, 'and immediately mail, the other copy to the Collector of _ the district, to whom tho cotton .'is consigned; IShoald the consignor fail, within a .roasonaWb- time, .to'. fnrniBh.tbo Assessor with the dnpliicatc bills -of as required., tbo. said Assessor will imme- diately ascertain tho of tbo. 'failure, .and if he ahall find that the cotton djgr trict, b.e may immcdiatcly-'akaess the OD j. acd unless a aatiafiwiory pianatiori of irill thereafter issue permits tb 'th'erifersori io in C Vf, aicchaaic Btreef, t5blppins and Gcner.il lEcrchimt. A S Ambler co, Saddles. Bridles, Jtc.- Asylum of the Si.tera of Ulimrity. Casacl, 0, eowing machlcea. Market at l-'orahfy, C G, ngines and machinery, Strand Fl'jnriihins KesLaarant, 113 East Market at Golvuetou Medical Dr Greenaville Dowcll, M D, Editor Dorian, Exchange, corner Tremont and Ilarrar, PranJc D., jraa fitter, cor Mechanic A H G Wharf and Prfcsi co Kates, Poetofflce at LCLT, Louis (5, paintuig, aiBt at McNeil, D.L. co.. Real tetate Brokers and Baildcro, Marfcet tst. Penitentiary, Texas, T. H. Aco., agta. Peel movers, rrapcrs and culUTa- Strand Heyband, U., Bath Hovae aa'd Barber Tre- mont at watchee and jewelry, Tre- mont et Rice Banlord, painte, oila, etc, Tremcmt it Robinson, Walter S, stationery Wright's Cotton Iron Poet. McMahan, T II Jk co, agenu QulletCa Cotton Gins. Norton, Paxton A Dealer, B S A co, agents linproTed vooflng tfc Co., India Uflsi Soriey; James, wagons, c J A, WstchimaJs_____ .Shaw, :M..t Watcbea dfeJtwclry, Strand. Jamea on cotton, .wool. ''WUllaiiu. Irrtafc lUeMnery. and" -AV-- SHROPSHIRE CO., COMMISSION TOEItCIIANTS, a-l 20 StronC, GALVBSTOS, TKXAS. be nt all times prcnorcd to make Libenil TT Advances on Consignments of Cotton, Wool Uldea, Tor sole or shipment, octa liqnor munufticturL-d in the world. All of which are purchased for caah in the beat markets, and which yre ofl'er to wholctale huyera, ,t low prices for cash. SaUsfaclo-y orders for Goods In the above Hue will receive prompt ut- eiilion. In to the above we have opened a WHOLESALE GROCERY -AND- V. L. A; CO., REAL ESTATB BROKERS AND BUILDERS, GalvcKton, Texaa. OIHce on Market street, between Batli Avcnat and %th utrcct, HETEKENCEB: C A 3 R Smith Co., Al.'ord, Garry Co. veaton. W T Austin, Hoaston. John Ewing, Ercnbam. John Speak, Now Orleans. Phil. Crnmpt, Jefferson, Texas. NGSheLy, in Baatroy county. in any quantUy for sale at alt times. UHARLES K. VICKIERS. Secretary. TOOMA3 RICEESON, President. Gooda for sale hy all the princlpul Dealers in tbe Mississippi Valley, octlMtvrly The St. Lonls ffntna] Life Insarnute Ce. Of St. Louis, Mo. Over D. A. JANUARY, President. Jas. H. Lncaa, Vice Prceldent, Wm. T, Sellcy, Secretary, W. N. Beaton, General Agent, TTAS established an Agency in Galveston, with atwtiin I rl the view of malting it a vaauxrav inBtitu- Brazos Bottom Homes VOn IN EURLE30K COUNTY, TES.AS. undersigned has Torrent or lease-, a PUnV tation. containlnir acre3 of cleared land. tion ol tho city and State, and as Bticii toJjciti tbe patronage of an appreciative public. Ail Policies issued are non-tor feitablc. 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. Jeaaeolvect Bud reliable and prompt In paying losses as any company In America. Has UOO 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 endorsement: Antit, 1S67. In view ottb.0 high reputation, anetained by-tae Upon it fs an Orchard of bearing: peach trees, plenty of corn and tooiaforcnrrylneon the place. Stttlca and oxen, Ac., dealred. The place will be rented inr 0, reacy or of the ccop. White tcriMla; nreferrcd. For fortherparticolara addreSB While; A Mms. Gmlvetton, SIMMB.' D DGreer bxolun, i! John D, cotdolstiom Upon-UiDiarrivnrof the'cotion at th'e-placw of deatiaatioEj. the traiiaportatloD coropaDj must deliroriCtogetberwitn tJbV permit of tbeAasefl-' ,to J of whom, consigned j- same deliifcr to of' districli tbejaccompany my v. if any tl tmaitaehed to the W. 1C HoALrr.f.. Jjt9. T. M. BAGBT Facttn ni T rrrutroHN's cofioy TIES, we leidlng Cotton Factors, rokers and Planuzay rvcotn- on account of Lta superior Cotton FmraMiL Brokers and Planuzay rvcotn- c thte TIN. OK bcilftr ivlth whleli Wt fnrnlah the wltaa-mpert ttnt Tie eta.' i the loweit Impo to'tbe wUcb OC Tie eta.' BOOTOM. port- l., rfm- WHBUBB CO., (Om. __ ________ _f or inch citizens afl S 1C Stackpole CO., ASeflsuma 'Sanders ft A Tcrla; AttomejB at Law; I Q John, Bdi tor Texas CurJBtiai) Advocate; QaJ- Tcston: nil!   BALTIMOHB, Pm NEW TOHE. Two UuucBi Silniai TrxJa. Kew Orleau daUjr, catrj-uis Northern ibrometi This 1; the only mote Dem Sour Ortmx Vwfc Feny oc Omiitbm ctmoxm ana is IIS tliaQ vta. LoniavLUrCiii- dnuntj. and f au HaiidJo rouu: ahmtcr tliao vU Atlantic Great vtaasra UouU-lM abDtbr thdn via the JjadlanapQlbs au4 New S' Cairo and Chicago Route. Ckttkeit TkTMfk to all Sleeping on all Sight Taint Eaasdiigert by this Bmlx ieac', sir- teen hoorj qnjckcr thaa via Xoblte aid Urea) rtortnern Lme. by this Line conacctiaiu at.llecauirlot JSattrUle, LsnUrule. CbKiuutl. 1 will1 trains tor Sstar.inh and all pohjie In Ueoiju raur. M bour u Offlcra of lie Q. II. A IL H K. HOEM, BonHcn Union ufflce N. u., I. K_ BaUroad, Cenuiil xVhaif, .Jalveinm, au4 I mil aud oildet Oer aVW TOLIDS HATDaOT. Ireneral Bowkaim AH "atOBQAa LDIX." VI. atarwleki. TOWMH, CUB, iUTk noBal OX WUMB, mar-tun IKatMtabi   

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