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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - June 7, 1871, Galveston, Texas 1849. GAJLVESTON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE t, 1871 IK M i! na w Mill. Tiki 'ran lrtj (or raura Tho aM ArrmU Gun la opt upM tka i-ijTut L Muiaeli arm t jJl TBITCUVC ml (MFAl. before iu ap- pointed n committee to pcrnqnaHy acune intri tisu state of affairs in South and other BtatCT. They ___ were to see hear fur themselves, j AJH? MPBa IN TIlXAfl, They were, ao to speak, to aee tie j uejfro whippings their own ej'ii.i, .mil to heat the with their own wars, bvt not with those ot i They werw-to come. They were a visiting committee.- But coming they are not. They prefer to lit oil the of a conp'ea- sicnal room and luar rc- from the various States oi the .Sciuth. JTcw wo do protest agairuit thin aofa travtlinR. which, fix: it as we may, i-i a fraud on the alleged design of the committee, Were it pOKsi'ale for tho committee, :irtd wo r.re not smre hu.t it utny be attempted, to inspect ami South by roeaiiH of tcle- acoftaa, the committae mifht have fur remiiining in Washington. But not otherwise. We consent to a telescopic but we must protect against sofa THK New York Tribune in mudi by Senator Conkliug's per- .'istent cxertionn to puaivh the 4'rt- for Kfmjnff to answer the question how they got pw> j wsniou of a copy of the treaty, tliat it iiu unmercifully. Witness owing: Jhagiy j In order to Atfiuiro endaring f; (A miut uaaally havo traoacendant gcutui TT' i mfSeitat ot it to UK Tfmmrr UVftrttamx ol crnte jfa, power 'of ajnbition. au> m by jfow, Mr, Oon'kline Iiaa one of thsic qoal- all' ft I in mhnott lufcUnt development to M tlio amouct o. the other No ..I i i i i tilU cmn if anybody cau ap- r? proach him, without being cocagioui thai Ly, to KjEUtOl if thui are i ia w t guaran- I am ammint to paui Ctiuy. Bin ft preant flAd one graaj aiece. propoaitum tkat Mr. TJarly to the fpv- Itr whkh UM latter awing the hiire o( yearly kmg .u any K. LU4 JJBTtrB" Low with re- DTA.TK O? TEXAS. itF. Educitior. (jinr- Urly, viz: the ihirty-flrrt dayuf March, 1 lie tlilr- leth of June, the tliirtlrth c-f nd llle tlilrty-Bnit da.v trf at 12 o'ciocit t., at the office ol the Kuperlnteiirfent of p tutructl'm, or xuch other yttecen and tJrat; the iu thU State befcn r.he Ward of trxjuclnatfon at Board insy direct; awl i or before other for ,lied by any intmbtr o( tlie j examination, UK May by tlie (Super- actwl lolioiriny order; 1, 'Hie reading of ihurecorfl of tlw 2. The all commtmicallont directed to he Board, or which may be Hit attention miutatoniQnt of UM t. It U uid ttmt a fivor thai for the .Tirfi and atvo the pro- M. Thienr M f'hfe-! i n tin two r tntfc. iltntw. Uu.J C- Conkliag .binwelf u of it., lie walki u a of it. If bad been Couklixig waea fco da- f-om mouat. and tbo Ji Maikad: turn what ho saw there, ho wouM' huve promptly replied, ling ot tin I TEK CAMON OF TUB YELLOW great fulls art nt the heat of one oi the most remarkable canons ift the gorge through volcanic rocks fifty miles long, and vjwyin frotu KtOO to nearly 5000 foot in depth In its through this wonderfu chasm, tlia river lalli almost 3000 feat At one point, where the patntift lias W ifctir if accuwd b tneil by tlie Con- Onait an FrAh citizen, and not taW few an a Chuteae. Besides, Hi.u.Her in that country don to good terma with the tievflpEakadKt, wiueh. witb i full knowledge w4 tte condition of France, does noi kis fcCaUCM. Tho Oov- nuMSttt cotintUaioiier to KrMMC kMt JMT; Mt nott Lug wu done iu ths 91117 of MJvttaf difficulties, the with IVauia. bu framed a to from the roca- from some j ncMit publications tiM Thfct CioTert.ment was fttMoA luJf a million dollarv for ol resultuig irvm the iBrtftrbmees last June. A Sister of JtT killed at that time WM believed W U [risk birtfc, Vat a c-Iaim Crom an alleged tajiflag tkm4 ahe is on American, fckat U to the indemnity fi. Mifj BOARD OF 3SDUCAT1O.9T. i wr djty actually ii.ch i feiT ivili wnt-'-tu to licj fnt, of j rjrJtral tho Uwrd of If their STU! thcj' JAD( iuch exxniinatlnn, aad am by the boan.1, will then rcteirt a ol tht; firnt claw., aorl to duty a VA- Iti-jLK pertoa by a Supervisor for ii IK the kccooU ur Ukird aotl been- rcjecMd by hbn. to to if autii itppeal comidwM, may Iw ordersd Board at Austin, Ttxaj, or belore other antJiwity, for lion, u may be designated by Uioriiy to orier any of a Public Prw Bcnool Wn-DKlitTS OOLUMir FACTS! NUMBER SADVBBrS.! LOTTERY It bo KWi ful u The 8U OF THE Altt THt CUALLES T. HOWAED KKCU xnmnt IAITTTXI. tfLEtfD'.V OSLl' HVJITJKKK. CARDS VT A- ELLIS i CO.. u. 101. "SI JIK! D-TW-Wlr TO BK JIBM> HOWARD, SlMMOSSl 4: CO., SCI1 EME' I' O M NT. 1 R H I 9 K E C A T. 3. lltportH Supervisor- i'f i, or the Lie-lion c AU of tba -.1 niiut roLt on all quartioai. the ircw mod nnys recorded if demmiided by out m iJter a JJUMOII re- MI appoEutnMoi o( a judicial dhlrlct, Uutll at pnoe to oath of office, u required xaciiun one, article twelve, of tw Cuuiituttoa ot TOXM, tlws ottli to for- warded through .the office ot the Superintendent to the at BtAte. HK'iCLATiox appoint- mentt oC School will forward, copies of .he to Buporinteridcnt for hbi approvil. 3- When a peraon nppltemtion Bupcrvisor for examination an teacher, the juperruor shall, 'before wucli Iwfore a board ot axamiEMtHXi, f urukfc to a copy of the and jovernloK Public Hciiooh fu tiila ttUte; if Mid applicant tin board, he or must, before taking the teach- oath, HU Used be to tho abovo rui cocttinue their Hftbon lor another year, no ttuit their oertlftcateH may ba renewed. SLKVLAUOX upon rccen-i In- formation from School Dtroctortf, or otherwise, thai any teacher in dUtriet ban treated a pupil in harsh tr cruel Tnauntr, ithaU at OHCQ direct the bctioul Directors in wtuMO dUtriet fccurrcnto took place, to Inquiru Into tbc facti of the case, and forward Uieir wport to him to tlic Suptrt.atendcnt. fiBttCLATtox Whoa an application (or a leave otabMuce U received by a teach- er, and cutlowxl by the Frevidaut o( the Board of School Directors of the Bchool dUtriet -whom such teacher is on duty, tho will forward the with un of approval or din- approval, othur facts as he tiny deem ap- Kzat-LATioy Immediately after rwcivirs tho last quarterly rtportt toacbcrs of tholr duxricU the end of tho year, Suporvisord will rjonsolidato uuch repurtx and forward them to tho or licforo tho thirty-firbl dityo! July. Bupurvinn will consoiidatc all rc- pirta madt to ihum by Bchool Directors, la obedi to K-lo 10 oi Hcttool Dincton, altar they art received, and forward them to the SiiporintoiKient. RKOCLATIOX 0 Supcmaura, upon receiving check UM different their fu- dlcwl will forward to tho Superintendent tho names of ail peraoDg of scbolastic ago who huvo not attended Kltool for four inonthc, aa provided hi soction SLI: ot "Ar. act to organize anil maintain a Hera of Public Free Schools in the State of lieu: there arc ir-oretlitnthreenchooU i in one or whenever daamcd noc-ei- nary by thelluperiolendent, he may appoint- priu- whose duty it ihall bo to auntinG diffar- ei.t at Jeairt OIKO a month, and the Tisnilt of Huah ciaminitlaKi to the ViapdrintiwicDt .Did Supervlnor; t-he principal tn to have charge 1 oi.' the i.choolJ'iouw. tut grounds, and nil crtv bo _ -LI 16- pwrniltted, wjtfc the ipprural of the Superintendent, to de- Internal ipavwnnMttt of their ichoolx, provided eudh gayer! tcn-Mit U not contrary lo lha ruio-i ifwi mrulKttorM at Uu B-Mnl cnt Bdumtkio, and to Act to awi. nutataia E ['iilsllt- Pri-in In this (Ukie of Ttrxma" 1 ptlze oi U 1 prim of 1 urita of U..... V.OOO 8.000 U .K.. 7.000 i 1 price uf 1 C OW 6.UM of i'uljtic Free In the State of IK'fj; 17 PrincijiaU of achooli, jihalUubwrriba to loUtmlnf oath of afflc BOAR-DS OF DIEECTOR3. RirtK of Bchool district.., before cj.t.r- cUinfe the ot their office, will anbacribt to, the oath required br wsctioa ona art-lcle t-velvu of tbe Cons it u ..loir of tho State of Texas, attd -Coward the sajr.o to tho Superintended t. Board Cif Directors of .each school dUtriet ithail, tmmddtately after they have trans- mitted their oath of oflice to the Superintendent, organize hy electing fl. president; ami secretary, for- warding tbo luuaca of tho persons eluctcd through tho supervisor to the SuiXTintcndont for -RcM tlia lor. of tho Board of, Directors has been offactcc! they will proceed lo tliu tax M in suction fivo of "An act to orRanize and inaintwii a system ol Public "Froo jL ,u.oli In the State of Teicaa f.CL.1 tax levied by School "Directors, of district of the different coi.ntio.. shall worn through a mountain- range our hunters assured us it was rfcore than a vertical mile in depth, aud ttn river, into rapids and appeared no wider tfum a ribbon. The brain reels1 as we gaze into this pro found and solemn solitude. We shrin. from the dizzy verge appalled, glad tc feel the solid earth under our feet, anc venture no moro, except with forma extended] and faces barelyjprotrudin over the edge of tbe precipice. To stiUncss is horrible. Down, down Ucuvn, sec the rivor attenuated U a thrtiku. tossing its waves, j of'rach and (lashing, With puny Strength, the him deposited with the county treasurer, subject Walls which inipriSOn ib. AU to LUc order uf the School Dlnctors in whoso dU- aiiuess to its margin is denied, and the dirk gray rocks hold it in dismal shadow. 'Even the voice of its ws.tcrs in their convulsive agony can be heard. Uncheered by plant or shrub, obstructed with massive boulders and by jutting points, it TU Kites madly on its solitary coui'se, deeper and deeper into the boirala of the rocky firmament. The solemn ..graadeuy of the scene surpasses description. It must be seen to be felt. The sense of danger with, yrhich it impresses you is "harrowing in. the oath ol afflce: "I solemnly s-vsar (arafflrm) Uut I will haiwatly ami faithfully ftuppoii the Coiutitutiu'i aud lawi of United t.nd of tbe BUta Tern; thct I will endeavor to In llw ralodj of youth Fifliittmenta of jiitrJotian and loyalty to tke (lovarn- meatol the aodtrf ami wilt fully, faititulrv uid tho dutlwiotj.nriiifllpaf tbe of my ability; KO help me 07x3." oatii w lie to tho oflioe of tho kt'LB teacJiKT Iholdt a of the- j UnTd claaa uSall Tn.uei.fe for every labor tbe second ninety dullarn, and tho rlnrfc eljam (9110) one hun- dred and ten rioUarn. i HULK prlneijttl nhatl for imry itionth'H labor j Jrom (9tL5) hundred and fifteen i iiollars to liitndrod and flfty do.ian, ac- cording to (ho number olBchoohi under or her direction. lenchcm arc paid Iroin the 3taU> TronBury, thay will forwird their i'ouchcrj with a letter of trausmitta., the President of the Board of School of their itspective ditttricla, and Huperriior ol! their Judicial district, .If the vouchera are oorrrct the l-'rcatdBiit wiilso certify on the voueheni. Should there bo atiy ufahist tt teacher or pT-loci- pai forwarding his voiichtra, or should he or, bo tiuspeudcd such time, tho Sujwrviwr will w stAto on the letter of! EL'LE Bupenriior (hall have authority to yunpend atoachcr, but will imiaediately after mch truflpcnsiun. report tho of to Super- intendent for his action. county treasurer will a re- port at tho end of each Kholaiitic yctr, through the Hupcrviaor to tho Bupcrintondeat, of all laoueva received fcr fines under tho provision ot act to organizo and Mif.lntain ij-it-em of Public Free fc'cliools In tho ot Texas." TKACHEI13. JKEQi'iiAT.'QX peiioit to teach a school in tide State, must apply In writing, to the Kuperrlaor of tho Judicial district where ho' or sho' wunta (.fiteach. It pawed lavoiVbly by the Super- viitor or board of examination, he or can be as- to a school at once, 'but shall receive no pay uutil a tcuclicr's certificate ii to him or her by tho under.his authority. REGULATION teacher uhiill permitted to touch in any pi'blio ichool in ihii State without a toucher's inued by thi BuporlnteDdent, or under bis authority, 'REGULATION teachoriliad teach n, ticliool in this State until lio or aha luu itiibecribeu to HIP following oath: "I do fra-oar (or I will hon- estly and fnilhfivlly support tho Constitution and the United titaten, and nt the Dtate uf Texas; thit 1 will endeavor to inculcate In the minds of youth sentiments ol patriotiim fcnii loyalty, sncl will fi-iiv, faithfully :ind impartially perforni tho duties of a teacher to the bcs- of my'ibUity; so help me KKCI employed for the aclio- lostic year shull hold their offlci EDWAKD STOMACH EDWABD WILDJvB'S aud I of I iiritc of Is of ii.. 1 priK of ii 1 U.. i triM of 1 of l.OtfO 1 prize of l.CHX) 1 prize ot 1 prixt of I prixo of 1 prize of 1.000 1 prize of k 1 prue of 1 priu. of 1 of 1 prize of 1 prizo of 1 of 1.00U I priM of 1 prize oi 1 of U.OOO 1 prlM of i priM of 1 prize oC 1 ptice of 1 price of 1 prize of 1 prize of I SO of 600 817 priiet of 200 Are........ 36 Approximation prizes.................li.O-Xi prices, amounting Wholo Tlckete, !.n Prized without doductiun. Ordcn to be to CliAii. T. Lock Box NEW ORLEA.VU. Poctoffice Uoaey Onllil-, or your Utter frii24r71D-TW-vAv c. A M, w. aa4 '..w; A9TD COM1OSSIOS ZJWnJ adraaeetf on o MT for prmecntioa by tho AttaftMy kere. under a itatute I aa> lawyen are now engaged wanatier raid imiuhKteut ncder this far palljaahr of aad cormp- any inch M it in nov aoaght to briny ii. TW togil aultoiitjr i> ol that pnawnt cannot Iwpaaimtod
S, No. 110 Street, o IOJ-IH. The awards Shirts, Slens1 PurcMi.nt: ami Clotlictf, show more than dotiblG 1o tin; over any and all competitors us fulltnv: 1'IPLOMAS, 5 S1LVKK MEDALS. a MEDALS, Proving t'.id s-iperioritv of Walshe'si M-.-n1. Furnishing Gtoiis, and and C.'iildrunS Clothlnv, TOXS.TIS requested to E. T. WALSH K, 310 Canal Street, Urk-an-. t3T These Eleven First i'rcnuuir.a hfjad the liv. SliirtN, and Menh' and I Litmus anc? Fixture. I In varietyt ai-I Toy-, an.: i Fancv Articlw. r.t AXD liiyHDGii: OriCTITPAIN, "aUJC'i'lO'N M SiiTi-t, (.-all Hit- attention (if Ui-.: Ljiil Ij.i" upenej a Man, (A I'roiljcu ana at Auction or Private Aini.Kin frale 'J'U'II.sDAV.S, THUHHIM VS. an.l SAT'Jlir.AYS. PHOVMIOSS, vr IKKS, iier jftrkvt anii rua OF I Cc And f..r by uf i.i. ,L. J. A. LABARTiiK OCUIUKS. OILS, ri.'in, St., Trial. .ANCKs. liTC. PBOFESSIONAiL L. 1UJSSKLL, A'.'U AI LAW. Ho.fi. o EDWARD WILDEK'S FAMILY PILLS! nol quack ir anj prepared afte patent medicines. tnrnraW with to tho time and place of Joapjwal trein their Bnjwrior offlcera, to the Buper- thctr miMtiDf, also 1 he transaction of thcirgcnoTai Jutenlciit. bujunew, subject) however, to the approval o! tlio i Supervisor of their respective district-s. HUL1C3 FOR TifE GOVERNMENT OI' SCHOOLS. W4W MkVHaiHhl n i i> i 1 Mi', mraci iaar.xi for the arrat oE old gentlemen s head, and ho left ins tfdtJJ. seat KBiid chesrs and laughter, while Jlift of tH Diatrict Banqdo stood waitiug to put in his af fTMMd.xl upon tha ground speech, -which ho did ii! approTtid style, ww eoutempf of qourt. barnng a slight grin at the aljsurdity Dufcaht repliod that .1 that mpom lack ground RrLK Tho scholastic year (hall COUHLCIICO on Uia first Monday in September WH! continue until the 30th dav cf Juno, exclusive of tlie Ormstnias holkltiys, and sliall bo divided into three Icnps, of vMrtec ti each. More new are on hand. Col. W. S. Olcntt has written a three-act drama, illustrating the times and fea- the DUtriet At- propotitios The in a very interesting field, and Rclcd to inform one tc frhich CoL Olcutt has given bo be prweat in great attention. Messrs W. H. Me- to aamr to the Ccrthey tnd John H. Selirya haTe a military play, with rcferecco to the late war, acd called "The Bayonet." Aliu> they have written, for Lotto, a called ______ veteran actor, of kta pvforittmg in New York, WM ummd to the brxuty actreaa. Linie Paveii- wkM W hia hit vitit to Uzilad States, about twelve yean Ac is yomw pnough to b? his. IjtiUrwainaicrre- aftd they are en- caged on another drama, dnetiued for Mi-w Agnes Ethel, of Fifth.iVvenue company. important trial hi civil rights rLatfeVnfilnM. To tbe present j took place at Grenada, Mississippi, ot Vertris I U.tt week. Eain Carter, colored, sued witji I the Miawsatppi and TVnunirr Rail- ejsctiag him and Ira; wife from a ewe KULB school month shall bo f.vcnty-o'ic lr. anort muaths, and twenty-two days in long BiotuhSj cxclnsive tho first r.r.a last tlava o! each week. schools shall have two daily seisionn, the first to at 0 o'clock A. M. mid clone at 12 M.; tbe Mcond atoall .at 1 o'clock r. x. at 4 p. M, A roeew o< thirty minuter shall be allowed during each session, aiid uuring such recets the teacher aluli beheld responsible for anv disturbance among the pupils. National or holidays shall be, ichool holidayB. SttJC shall bo [or the present three grades of ctaQotniaaUd, rc5pcc-tiTcl3-, the first, atcond and thud claw. brunches taught hi tlie third class ahaUbawaUiiiC. r xiinj-j.d writing; in UK second reading, writing, orthography and arithmetic; in kho ftnt elaw orthognpby, reaiiing, writing, vaecrapbr and pecially that of UiuUd States and tie state of Texas, at soon as one of this State cart procured. KCLI Khook. girls, whtiii .ur practte- two halt dan hi week shaft be devoted to teaching in naedle work, tho teacher to authority to name the tlaya. Rcu put4io examination of aU the schools be held once ayear, at nuch time as the Dis- WKJ direct, with tht approTal of applying for. an eflce, or eodocatd, an4 W ntac4e u that of their YetChaile- the protege of Lady trip to with the CounttM __ He kaa teil.H Tily alire who on train to white people It waa kid, m the testimony Mia, Carter, on beimcpnt into a cariMJxnad to ae- heranee "them necroei too motto fer her." Tho whtek firs biacka. de- Kcui qoaUKaatbiiM: end, competency; !a u Sui a SupnaM Baiar. charaeter; MC- tatnfMreU habita; fourth, They are compounded of the purest and finest ingredients. They ire Indorsed by the MED10AJ. PEOfES- 8ION. i Tiiey are recommended by the KEWSPAPEKS. THEy AHE PK.U3ED BY THE PBEACHERS Thev bltve been teitea m tuouiaEdu of hornet. They have heeu aualywd byithe J Wecall tlie parttijular o! tlic I oale Trade to our stoclc ut old IKoui-hoti tbo largest anJ the ol lest :in marliet, ninitly t the ceiebrated bnmd uf J.. A. Milic.r, CHICKKN C'OCK, PAKliS, KENTL'UKY, OL i I I BOUT.UON WHISKIES. i w well kuown to tho trmdo for its nurily unl- i 1 formilK in quality, anl to Improve fasl'.-i- ttiau ur.v j otherafhisky here, and. in the tlncct cooiyjnifje. j bare different for instance one, two, i i four and five yean old, at prices to i 1 Stcwmre af 1 Drand on head of tire HarM, and c burnt brand of the distillery upon tJie otiier, frun Bourbon county, Ky. j Wholesale Dealers, Grocers and arc Tited examine our stock. S. It. A CD'. to A Stranil. G-Jvj, oi. the CASP.IAOES UF ALL KK.'US, An.l rjffer tlifin at JACK Jc MOTf OALVKSTON. ti. EieP.aHKT. Ul.'.TO.I HBEKT i iVAllil-VNT WORK. ayil-DTV.-.Wtf T B. WOOD YAH D CO., L'M fOS KALI' ALBO, s ,1 L i: c it o i: K s, UV Cij Strand, ax-e just x an J aok o and Chen-inR Tuharro, and PL'RK WIU3KY, cliiect Jrum Kentucky. is i. i: s s i .v s 'Jl'B CjtfiTfK, Jll., fii u( LouuiAiA1 X vr. HOLT, pIULUPE CARTEE CO., I.AWl-EBg A CALVfiST, TXXAi. .Sitccial to tod Knus, purfect.nt: titles, cUlra. c< iltnt and minor" r. rut; E. H. I t St-oof. IK. Co! D. Johtnoo, Ark..; Dr. S. P. I Col. JJ. Howard Koil'.a. Audiwr, k Bon. Calvin hheitiyrills, Oiekrcll, Kumter, Al T. CarrcU Cal- 4 Orders lolicited for tne aoovc and u'. promptly and carefully executel for tbe purchs-jc of Cotton, Ic'lia, Flax and Kentucky Baestin-r, Iron j Ties, and Molasaes, Coffee, ISal'., Onin, Hay, i Ete., by COBB, DOLBOUBE 4 CO.. mklTIDlv 90 Hanzine strcilt New tVleans. In. AIVM'.DKM TUB FII'.ST FP.IXE Oil Slyio of Plctffrc I THK BECONO STATE FAIR. A. H. VTILUE VVT L. CLEVELAND, Ko. 4- 4 Jadk't 1 Clalitsion, Texas. TtUly ill-LK Any diUd betorc D-.iliiiL- application for atlmitsloii inilo a public sclicol other ihe ODD in his or her own school district, must apply to tho Eoaril of School DlrKtora to dStrict lie or ate resides, lot a certificate, settinr forth Uut tao hoWer o! such oartiflcato is of scholastic and giving peiTQJAiioc to Buch child to make application for admission into school dUtrte or county; such ccrliflcttc will on tubir.lUed to tho Supervisor for his approra) and decision. Rcw pupil rtadl ho to wlioo, xlart the uiual ttae, evwjrt wten Bick or 011 account of some preying onorjwMy, of which the teacher shall be the judge. 3-Tlie aKlcnen of a pupil.. OT family sick- ness, sliaffbc the onlyialM cxcuia for ance tt school, of the urgency of which cxcuaj tho Icacbor shall bo judju. RLfcK 4 It iliall not lie a good uzcuse for a pupil to bo abunt u a school on .lor tht tit-. ot taking muic, .tarinj- or (UnclnK lewoniT Krai 5-Pupils must always obedient to tbdr tsachers, aad poilto in their Intercoum Tr'th each I otker an-J toward their eMcrs. :rhey mutt be djll- K9U in study, and bo quiet In tbeir deportment during raceiKu, also in comix? to aud tola? tram 1 HrLi ChimlinMs In person and elothioa Is x- o.nired of erery pupil, open to the investigation c 11 .t a I to -jadi. TlnSu- C ETY If APS. CSE NO OTHEB. QEVEN BLUE KU3bO3SfS. Eembcmciia( erery Premium c-ffercd for the BUST AND CHEAPEST SHIRTS IK AMEEiICA, vore awarded At Ute iiusiJT HTATt rAiii oft1 AT HOUSTON. 1 .S, X. M O U U V. Ulgaeit Premiums Lop-stana Slate -J High-Mt Pr-BDiium it the Pari-j Exixji-ilinr. IttT. GET YOaJB SUlHTg VN SEW OflLKANrf AT ft X. S, COliNKK CJLKAL AKD ROYAL STREETS. Trr Six ShirtA for Vlat The largest ic the South oT Undcr- 1 tm.Tn.wnt.1, Hosiery, (Jr-tTa-ta, Gloves, Hmdkerchiefii, I H-td isten'i; Toilet at prices that di.tj-c.on.p-e- T 1 'J> T. U. 'JSKPE A- B. TBOWJELL, 4. M. W. SHAW.HKO. FALLALS, strcvt. 110 -p.J Wu invite attention to ''Ur Sare-i J-.t-Xi.. of WATCHES solid DrAMO.Vpd Electro Silver CASTOHS; TEA SETS; L'KN.S; WA1TKUS; KFao.S..i; FaRKS; CVF'S and GOI3LKTS. OR> HAJK JEWELIiY, bribed and Sr. the Jilfci; 1'xrL.i md i "TT M. TRUEHKART. UE.lfc ESTATE AUKST. GALVESTOX TK.SJJJ. OiKcc, J X. C. M lAMOUL ATTOKXeTH AXXft Xcx. T Wai ..V Seooiui t. HU1CE, AT juts' sTfczsT, y-vurrofc' Ii ICHAKU COOK, nud Beull. j 3H1ETS MADE TO OEKCIt IW mKEF. 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